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Arrests made afer
‘looting of luggage’

By PAUL G TURNQUEST
_ Tribune Staff Reporter
pturnquest@tribunemedia.net

POLICE have cracked what
they believe to. be a “ring of
corruption” at Nassau Interna-

- tional Airport, arresting threé
people for reportedly: looting
thousands of dollars worth of
items from luggage.

According to Superintendent.
Elaine Sands, officer in charge ,

of the Western District, this
case was finally cracked after a
month of work with various law
enforcement teams ‘including
customs, airport security, and
_ personnel from various local
and international airlines.
A man, who works with a
local airline, along with two
-women cleaners are. expected

to be charged before the courts
today as police anticipate fur-
ther arrests within the near
future.

On display yesterday at the
airport’s police station were a
number of handbags, cosmetic
jewellery, clothes, and shoes

which had been uncovered after

the arrests. :
According to Superintendent

Sands, there is‘no way to tell

when the luggage looting

began, She said it is also diffi- ©

cult to place a value: on what
may have been stolen over
time.

However, she ‘did say. that
their investigations have sug-
gested that a group appeared
to be targeting’ their victims at

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Boy stabbed by another student

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

A BOY is in hospital after he was stabbed:-on St John's college
soccer field by another student, police have revealed.

The attack was just one of a number of violent incidents in
Nassau during a 24-hour period — with one shooting and three sep-

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Police crack airport
‘ping of corruption’

By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
pturnquest@tribunemedia.net

ISLAND Luck, a local webshop had .

one of its locations on Collins Avenue
and Sixth Terrace raided by police
late last night.

Swooping down on the local num-
bers house shortly before 9pm, police
were able to catch customers, and

‘|. employees in the raid who they bused

away shortly afterwards as a number
of family members looked on.

One police Sergeant who spoke
with The Tribune at the scene last
night confirmed that they were able to
confiscate an undetermined amount
of cash, but could not offer any fur-
ther details as the crowd began to
build beyond a level that the limited
number of officers felt they could con-
trol.

three main numbers houses that
remain in the Bahamas after Fanta-
sy, Bowes and Red Hot joined to form
Asue — which stands as the main
competitor to by. far the most domi-

nant numbers house in the Bahamas, ,

FML.
In the recent past, there have been

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$100, 000 from a client

By NATARIO McKENZIE its

‘Tribune Staff Reporter

nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net

A LAWYER appeared in court yesterday

. accused of stealing nearly $100,000 from a client.

Sonia Agnes Serette, 39, of Coral Harbour, was
arraigned before Magistrate Carolita Bethell in
Court 8, Bank Lane, charged with stealing by
reason of service.

It is alleged that between Thursday, October 22,
2009, and Saturday, February 13, 2010, Serette
stole $96,967.50 from school principal Fiordelisa
Bain by reason of'service..

Serette, who is represented by attorney Murrio
Ducille, pleaded not guilty.

Mr Ducille told the court that Serette is
employed in private practice and is not a flight risk.
He told the court that reporting conditions were
not necessary in this instance. Inspector Ercell
Dorsette, the prosecutor, agreed.

Magistrate Bethell granted Serette bail in the
sum of $30,000 with two sureties. The case was
adjourned to June 9 at 2pm.

PRICE — 75¢ (Abaco and Grand Bahama $1.25)

By MEGAN REYNOLDS
| Tribune Staff Reporter
| mreynolds@tribunemedia.net

NURSES who are seven minutes late or

‘| more face a 25 cent fine in a new scheme

introduced at the Princess Margaret Hospital.

Staff have a six-minute grace period before

| ney are hit with a cut in pay imposed by a |

new clocking-in system implemented by the. |
Public Hospitals Authority (PHA).

Nurses claim they were not aware. they
would face a penalty until they discovered
their take-home pay had been cut.

A long-serving senior nurse who has

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Earl Deveaux
criticises ministry
employees again

By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net

STAFF at the Ministry of

‘Environment have again been

criticised by their boss. — this

‘time for not being aggressive

enough in carrying out their
protective mandate.

Environment Minister Earl
Deveaux said he believes the
calibre of officers working for
the Ministry is improving, and
thereby becoming “more
responsive” to environmental
concerns, but “certainly not as
fast as (he’d) like.”

It is the second candid com-
mentary by Dr Deveaux relat-
ing to some of his staff.

At a press conference, he
admitted that he had uncov-
ered evidence-of abuse of pub-
lic funds by some of his officers

SEE page 12

Call for changes to
regulations on secon
home ownership

By NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter
nnicolls@tribunemedia.net

LAND developers are call-
ing for changes to the regula-
tions governing second-home
ownership in The Bahamas.

The call is the latest move in
a tug-o-war between those
advocating more strict regula-
tions, and those arguing for a
relaxation.

Real estate developer Paul
Moss said the minimum thresh-
old for investing in the real

estate market should be

increased for those seeking
accelerated consideration for
permanent residency. Current-
ly the threshold is $500,000.
“The threshold ought to -be
increased to perhaps $1.2 or $2
million. Half a million is typical

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THE TRIBUNE

One-way scheme for Baillou Hill Road and Market Street

THE government has
released a map outlining its
plans for a one-way traffic
scheme for Baillou Hill
Road and Market Street,
announced on Monday.

The new system is a part
of the Government's New
Providence Road Improve-
ment Project that is being
funded by the Inter-Amer-
ican Development Bank.

In phase one of the sys-
tem, which will be imple-
mented on March 30, Bail-
low Hill Road will become
a one-way street heading
north while Market Street
will become a one-way
street heading south
between Robinson Road
and Wulff Road.

He said that in subse- .
quent phases this system
will be extended north to
Duke Street and Shirley
Street. os

The government also .
released future plans for
road-works to be carried
out between Robinson
Road and Soldier Road,
and between Baillou Hill
Road and Carmichael
Road.



FROM LEFT:
Corridor 10,

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THE man charged in the
murder of expatriate
banker Hywel Jones has
been sentenced to three
years imprisonment for
shop-breaking and stealing.

: Franklyn Stubbs, 27, who
is already on remanded
having been charged last
week with the April 2009
murder of Jones, was back
‘in court on Monday.

_ Conaner Your Hunger

Man charged with Hywel Jones murder
gets three years for shop-breaking, stealing

Stubbs, a Moncur Alley,
resident, pleaded guilty last
week to breaking into the
Stag Out Restaurant and
Bar between February 6
and 7 and stealing a bottle
of Hennessy cognac, eight

cans of Bluebird juice and ~

five cans of Vienna
sausages. . -

Stubbs is expected back
in Court 11, Nassau Street



next Monday, when a date
should be set for the com-
mencement of the prelimi-
nary inquiry into the mur-
der of Jones.

Jones, a principal at the
Britannia Investment
Group, was shot in the
head as he exited his car
near his Compass Point
office. He died in hospital
several weeks later.

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Harbour Island residents
voice infrastructure concerns

By AVA TURNQUEST
aturnquest@tribunemedia.net

WHILE limited police pres-
ence was the main concern
expressed by Harbour Island res-
idents at a town meeting on

Monday, it was not the only issue »

raised. Those gathered also com-
plained of problems with the
island’s infrastructure and utili-
ties and said the government
does not pay enough attention to
their community.

» Harbour Island chief council-
lor Darrel Johnson said defi-
ciencies in three key areas —
roads, electricity and water sup-

ply — are hindering the island’s

economic growth and contribut-
ing to the increase in criminal
activity. 3

“These factors are instrumen-
tal to all problems experienced
on this island,” said Mr John-
son. “Harbour Island is essen-
tially little Nassau and big Bimi-
ni. We have all of the activity
going on here. Look how much
the government has done for
Paradise Island. Let’s get seri-
ous and deal with the Family
Island issues — one island at a
time.”

Local entertainer Dannard
Anderson added: “Room rates
here are going for $1,400 per
night . . . so there is no way it
can be normal for there to be
these basic challenges that can

. be so easily remedied if done

correctly.”

ELECTRICITY
- The night before the town
meeting, Harbour Islanders
experienced a black-out that last-
ed more than six hours. One
landlady complained that she
could only ask for half the rent
owed her after having to search
out her tenants and provide
them with flashlights, as the pow-
er had been off since their
arrival,

Mr Johnson said: “What can

you expect? These people are *

paying thousands of dollars to
rent homes for the weekend and
when they get here, their power
is off — and it stays off with
absolutely no explanation.”

Residents estimate the island

experiences black-outs ‘at least
twice a month, for up to 14 hours
at a time. Z .

Mr Johnson said these black-
outs contribute to sudden drops
in rentals and hotel occupancy
and are a huge help to criminals,
who operate under the cover of
darkness.

BEC workers stationed in
Harbour Island and North
Eleuthera said they are not
allowed to speak about the chal-
lenges they face. However; it was

revealed that two of the four .
Caterpillar diesel engines that

generate power for Harbour
Island are not working.

WATER
Mr Johnson said: “It’s embar-
rassing, because of course once

_ the power is off, within the hour

the water is gone as well. By the
sécond hour, there is no running
water available on the island,”
The four-inch galvanised pipe
that snakes through the island

has been the prime method of
water distribution for more than
50 years. Once completely below
ground, the pipe is now exposed
and clearly visible in many areas.
Mr Johnson said that over the
years it has corroded to such a
degree that consistent water
pressure is no longer possible.

Upgrades to the water distri-
bution system have been made,
however Mr Johnson noted that
perhaps because these only con-
sisted of additions to the pre-
existing lines, very little improve-
ment was noticed.

He added: “Further north,
persons are not able to have run-
ning water at all — not even a
trickle. These people instead rely
on alternative solutions. How-

Se
istributes water in the island.



ever these are extremely costly
and while some can afford it,
there are others who simply can-
not. Also, the quality of water
experienced is at times rusty.
This is completely unaccept-
able.”

ROADS |
. The roads of Harbour Jslan
have been in dire need of atten-

. tion for some time. Mr Johnson

said that at one point a paving
contract was signed, but shortly
after arriving on the island the
contractor packed up his equip-

- ment and left after learning that

90 per cent of the water mains
on the island needed to be
replaced before he could start
repaving the roads.

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watt Pastor calls for Haitians in the
Bahamas to rebuild their nation

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FOUR hooded thugs held
aman at gunpoint on East
Bay Street and robbed him
of cash in broad daylight,
police said.

According to press liaison
officer Sergeant Chrislyn
Skippings, the incident,
occurred around 8.35am on
Monday on East Bay Street
near Williams Lane.

Police were told that a
man was in the area with a
friend when he was
approached by four men
wearing dark hooded jack-
ets, one allegedly armed
with a handgun.

The culprits robbed the
man of an undetermined |
amount of money and fled
the area on foot through a
nearby alley, said Sgt Skip-
pings. — -

This latest incident comes
on the heels of three sepa-
rate armed robberies that
occurred last weekend.

Three questioned
after weapons found

POLICE are questioning

_an elderly man and two others
after a search of a home in
Yamacraw Estates turned up

two handguns and an assort- }

ment of ammunition.

Press Liaison Olfiver ;

Sergeant Chrislyn Skippings :
said mobile division officers, :
acting on a tip, executed a
search warrant on a home on

Lyle Avenue around 12.50am

on Tuesday.

After the weapons were }
found, three persons were}
taken into custody, a 45-year- }
old woman, her 27-year-old :

son and a 71-year- old man.

Air Canada’s inaugural flight
to Exuma gets warm welcome

By JEFFARAH GIBSON
Tribune Features Writer

PASSENGERS onboard
Air Canada's inaugural flight
to Exuma - the first ever
between - Toronto . and
Georgetown — were greeted
with a warm welcome at the

Exuma International Airport |

on Sunday.
Through a partnership with
Air Canada Vacations, the
passengers got the opportu-
nity to enjoy the luxury of the
newly refurbished five star
_ Sandals Emerald Bay Resort:
Exumians say they are
hopeful that this partnership
will continue for many years
and increase visitor arrivals
to the island.
According to Ziena
Gideon, CEO of Air Canada
Vacations, Air Canada flights
from Toronto to Exuma are
already booked to capacity.

"This is a great opportunity

for Air Canada Vacations,

Air Canada, and the island of.

Exuma. We look forward to
more flights. This flight has
been 100 per cent full for the
whole munth of March which
looks amazing. If it stays this
way, we are looking forward
to adding more capacity and
more flights into Exuma," she
said.

The route is thought-to be
popular because it is direct;
until now Canadians had to

take several connecting flights

to reach the island.

Adam Stewart, CEO of



‘locals that wish to visit Cana-

-down the cost of the trip con-
siderably.

By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net

THE senior pastor at a popular
Baptist church has called for “ten
thousand” Haitians who enjoy
“comfortable lifestyles” in the
Bahamas to return to Haiti to help
rebuild the shattered nation in the
wake of the devastating earth-
quake. .

Bishop Simeon Hall,:who visited
Haiti over the weekend as part of
a contingent from his New
Covenant Baptist Church, said
Haitians living in this country
legally or illegally “must be patriotic rather
than comfortable.”

“Haitian nationals living in the: Bahamas
and who have amassed a comfortable
lifestyle here in the Bahamas should return
to the land of their birth and re-establish
themselves and help rebuild Haiti,” the
senior pastor said in a statement issued yes-
terday. a

“A major factor in rebuilding Haiti is for
those Haitians who have been scattered
around the world to return home.”

After being struck by a 7.0 magnitude
earthquake on January 12, 2010, Haiti



became the subject of a massive multi-.

national relief and aid effort aimed in the
short term at saving as many lives as possible
from among those left trapped in the rubble
or without homes, food or water.

Billions of dollars have been pledged and
donated by countries and individuals towards
the effort to rebuild the already suffering
Caribbean nation — the poorest in the west-
ern hemisphere. .

Bishop Hall said: “Many nations of the

Sandals Resort International,
told The Tribune that the new
route benefits travellers who -
want to visit Exuma and
once a week.
da as well, as it has brought



John Keating, general man-
ager of Sandal's Emerald Bay,
added: "We are looking at
other destinations. We are
looking to get flights in from
Chicago and Atlanta. So there
are talks going on with other



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airlines all the time to increase
the airlift to Exuma."

The Air Canada flight from
Toronto will travel to Exuma

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world have conjoined to rebuild
Haiti and persons born there
should consider returning to assist
in the gargantuan task which now
faces that beleaguered place.
“One has only to visit Haiti for a
short period of time to recognise
that extraordinary measures must

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be taken to redeem this nation .

which has long been beset by eco- exclusively at

nomic and social woes. a goes “o

“There isa dark cloud andadis- 7 ca
concerting dirge hanging over
Haiti, and while the world is
responding to the recent earth-
quake, Haitian nationals: must be
patriotic rather than comfortable
‘and return to Haiti from around the world
and take up the leadership in the rebuilding
effort.”

However, some might question whether

‘those Haitians who live abroad may be more
useful to their country if they stay put.

Haiti has an unemployment rate of around
70 per cent and lacks economic opportunities
for its citizens, most of whom live on less
than two dollars a day.

Insecurity and poor infrastructure have
hampered efforts to attract investment.

As a result, many Haitians have fled the
country to make new homes in places like
the Bahamas or the United States.

Of these, many remit money to their fam-
ilies in Haiti. Before the economic down-
turn, remittances to Haiti were said to make
up around 20 per cent of the country’s gross
domestic product, the majority of these com-
ing from Haitians living in the United States.

In December 2008, such funds were valued
at $104 million. soe

However, this figure fell steeply as the
global recession took hold.

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THE PASSENGERS arrive in
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MINISTER CATHERINE H. PAYNE
International Director of Women’s Min-
istries from Cleveland, Tennessee, U.S.A,

BISHOP JOHN N. HUMES"

National Overseer of the Church of God,
Bahamas, Turks and Caicos Islands

BISHOP CLARENCE N. WILLIAMS
National Overseer of the Turks & Caicos Islands
BISHOP. BRICE H. THOMPSON
General Presbyter of the Caribbean and
Atlantic Ocean Islands.
MINISTERING IN MUSIC WILL BE: The
Convention Praise Team, National Con-
vention Choir, Tabernacle Concert Choir,
the Church of God National.Choir, Ba-
hamas Public Officers Choir and various
soloists, choirs and singing groups.
The Bahama Brass Band, Bahama
Youth and Junior Brass Bands will pro-
vide special music.
Monday, March 15th, 2010
Bishop Dr. Elgarnet B. Rahming, CMG,
DD, JP, National Overseer and Med

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WEBCAST EVENING SESSIO

The Convention closes with the Annual Pa-
rade and Water Baptismal Service at the
Western Esplanade, and with the live ZNS
Radio and the live Television Channel 55
evening broadcast service. During this serv-
ice, the National Overseer, Bishop Dr. Elgarnet
B. Rahming will delivex the final message on
the. Convention’s « 3

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-EDITORIAL/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

THE TRIBUNE



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

, Publisher/Editor 1919-1972
Contributing Editor 1972-1991

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

Published Daily Monday to Saturday

“Shirley Street, RO. Box N- 3207, Nassau, Bahamas

Publisher/Editor 1972-

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AT LAST Harbour Island — the tiny jew-
el in the Bahamas’ archipelago — is receiving
the law enforcement attention that it should
have had years ago.

Once a peaceful hideaway — at one time
known as a delightful spot of England in
the semi-tropics— residents say that over
the past several years there has been a com-
plete break-down in law and order. From a
harmonious little settlement of pastel
coloured homes and beautiful gardens, local
politics spilled over from Nassau and even-
tually poisoned the atmosphere. Then there
were the illegal immigrants, the current drug
dealing, noisy nightclubs and increasing bur-
glaries. Harbour Island, experiencing a
breakdown in law and order over the years,
is no longer considered safe by its residents,
both foreign and local. As one visitor said:
“People are now scared.”

Residents say that a general sense of apa-
thy held the island in its grip as criminals
broke the law, and local administration
turned a blind eye. There was little response
from the law, and so the criminal element
not only grew bolder, but prospered.

Drug dealers almost operate in the open,
said one local, and drug abuse — both drugs
and alcohol — is a major problem. It is
rumoured that at least one well known citi-
zen is involved in the trade.

’Brilanders had been petitioning Nassau
for more of a police presence until the bur-
glaries got so bad that an experienced officer
was dispatched to the island to take up res-
idence about two weeks ago.

In the early hours of the morning after

Chief Inspector Roston Moss’ arrival, crime *

at Harbour Island escalated to a new level.
For the first time there was not only a bur-
glary, Gut a burglary with violence. This time
it was against a tourist in his hotel room —
another first for the island. The island’s very
economy was now under direct attack.
Edward Bryant of Stamford, Connecticut,
and a male friend had just returned to their
room at Tingum Village at about 2am ‘on
February 25 when there was a knock at the
door and two men burst in. One aimed a
machete at Bryant’s face.:He. instinctively
raised his left hand as a shield. The machete
sliced through his hand, from his thumb:to

his index finger. Bryant’s twin brother, Dou- -

glas, who had flown to Fort Lauderdale to be
at his side, told Governor’s Harbour MP
Alvin Smith, that his brother had almost
lost his hand.

He said it was a good thing he instinc-
tively raised his left hand because he is right-
~ handed and would indeed have been hand-

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icapped if he had lost that hand. His broth-
er believed that his assailant intended to kill
him, because he had aimed his lethal blade at
his face.

Douglas Bryant said that his brother’s
wound was infected and he was there to give
blood for transfusions. He said his brother
was having nightmares and asked him to
stay in his hospital room with him.

Two Harbour Islanders are now in n police”

custody.

What made the attack even more har-
rowing was that the island was experiencing
one of its frequent blackouts. The electrical
supply had shut down —another major com-
plaint with ’Brilanders.

This incident now has the full attention of
the authorities. “We have had petty theft, but
never with violence — is this incident an
indication of where we are now headed?”
residents were asking each other.

On Monday two senior police officers,
Assistant Commissioner Willard Cunning-
ham, in charge of ihe Family Islands, and
Supt Stephen Dean, newly appointed Direc-
tor of National Crime Prevention, with two
senior officers from the Ministry of Tourism,
arrived on the island to assess the situation.

For years ’Brilanders have not only been
begging for more police officers, but for offi-
cers who would have longer tours of duty —
“who stay long enough to get to know who
are the good guys, but especially the bad
guys.”

At last they are to get their wish. Chief
Inspector Moss is there to stay. He took up
residence on February 25 and has been busy
getting to know the people, the island and
the problems.

“Chief Inspector Moss will do an excellent
job,” Mr Smith, the island’s MP, predicted.
“Not only is he experienced, but he is hard-
working, serious and organised.”:

Not only will there ‘be better manage-
ment of manpower — only one policeman,
for example, was put on the night shift, the
shift when most crimes are committed —
but they should also get a proper police vehi-
cle.

“All they have,” said Mr Smith, “is a golf
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Do our leaders
and people have
courage to fight
for this country?

EDITOR, The Tribune.

SOMETIMES I wonder if
our leaders and our people
have the courage and strength
to fight for this country. This
fight of which I speak doesn’t
involve violence; it involves
the will to do whatever it
takes for as long as it takes to
get the right things done. The
strength needed cannot be
measured by our ability to lift
heavy things or how long we
can endure; it’s measured by

our willingness to stand up for |
_what’s right. Our current state

of affairs demands that, if we
are to save our country from

. anarchy, we must exhibit an

unprecedented level of will.

The current administration
exhibited the will to commit
to reducing the financial bur-
den of our people when it ini-
tiated the Unemployment
Assistance Scheme and the
Temporary Jobs Programme.
Perhaps it was out of genuine
concern for our suffering citi-
zenry, or perhaps these were
simply politically strategic
moves geared towards woo-
ing the “masses”; but, what-
ever the reason, no one can
deny that, flawed though they
may be, these programmes
are of invaluable assistance
to many. However, what we
urgently require are solid,
long-term plans for ridding
our underprivileged of the
perennial need for financial
assistance and stringent polic-
ing.

LETTERS|



letters@tribunemedia, net

One of the root causes of
criminality becomes blatantly

‘ evident -if one were to drive

past certain inner city areas
and observe young women
idly traipsing around the

streets. Some proudly sport -

pregnant bellies when they

should: be employed some-

where. I shudder to think
what their children will
become. When I see young
men sitting on the “blocks” I
wonder when they’ll become
menaces to society.

And there is the problem
of endemic, intractable unruli-
ness and indiscipline. Loud

_ Staccato sounds of street

dances continue into the ear-
ly morning hours. Drivers

negotiate our streets as if they”

were the only ones using
them. Aggressive and crass
behaviour vaporise my dream
for an orderly society. When I
hear of so many cruel mur-
ders, I begin to think that we
are a lost people.

Our politicians seem to be

applying cosmetic fixes to vex-.

ing problems and expending
resources and energies in the
quest for power, while skil-
fully side-stepping the funda-

mental issues driving depen-

dency and criminality.
Of course,-we can con-

stantly talk about the need for
wholesome families, for edu-
cation, for employment and
pontificate about gangs ad.
nauseam, but talking won’t
get the discipline back into ,
society or keep our many idle
youth out of trouble of one
sort or the other.

I wish to suggest that con-

' sideration be given to legis-

lating that our youth be gain-
fully employed, enrolled in
and attend an educational
institution, enlisted in the
defense force or be occupied
in full-time volunteerism. Cer-
tainly, a proper database will
be required to monitor and

‘ensure compliance.

Given the dire straits in
which we now find ourselves,
I believe that such “manda-
tory engagement” ought to be
seriously debated. It will be a
massive undertaking requir-
ing the cooperation of gov-
ernment and civil society, in
particular, the church, for
long-term sustainability.

We need to consider. this ©
and other options to get the
idle hands off the streets and
empower our disfranchised.
We are a resourceful and
resilient people. In spite of

‘our numbing runaway crime

and murder figures, we must
summon the national will to
save our country.

JERRY ROKER
Nassau,
March, 2010.

Legislation needed to protect people from tobacco smoke

EDITOR, The Tribune.

The Control of tobacco is a
critical public health need. To
this end, legislation should be
designed to protect individuals
from exposure to tobacco
smoke, particularly children
and young people, babies, preg-
nant women and the vulnera-
ble.

It will also seek to prevent
smoking by young people espe-
cially children and to enhance
public awareness of.the hazards
of tobacco use.

The Ministry of Health,
which has been educating peo-
ple about the hazards of smok-
ing, must now take the bold
step to provide laws to prohib-
it smoking in public places.

Here are some frequently
asked questions: -

Is smoking illegal? Smoking
is not illegal. Legislation could
make it illegal to smoke in cer-



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tain situations and in public
places. No person should be
allowed to smoke or hold a
lighted tobacco product in any
enclosed public spaces. includ-
ing, but not limited to the fol-
lowing: public transport termi-
nals; workplaces; retail estab-
lishments, including bars,
restaurants and shopping malls;
clubs; concert halls; cinemas;

- sports facilities; pool and bingo.

halls; publicly owned facilities

rented out for’events; and any:

other facilities that are acces-
sible to the public.

Restaurants and. Bars,

‘enclosed and covered by a roof,

completely or substantially.
Smoking will be illegal every-
where. Smoking and non-smok-
ing areas will no longer be
allowed under the law:

An enclosed place should be
defined as any space covered
by a roof completely or sub-
stantially enclosed, with the
term substantially enclosed
meaning more than 50 per cent
closed to outside air.

Public place means any
ple accessible to the general

public or place of collective use,
regardless.of ownership or right
of access.

Owners and Managers or
Lessee will be responsible for

‘the enforcement of the Tobac-

co Control laws and would be
expected to exercise reasonable
care and diligence to prevent,
patrons from smoking. Failure
to do so would exposed them to
being charged with a contra-
vention of the law.

The law should prohibit the
use of vending machines to sell
tobacco items, such as ciga-
rettes. The consumer must be
served by an employee, agent

or sales clerk.

The consequences for smok-
ing in a prohibited area should
be a fine or alternative of com-
munity service or imprison-
ment.

Many countries in the world
are enforcing restrictions with
regards to smoking in public
places.

PAUL THOMPSON Sr
Nassau,
March 8, 2010.

AEST STE Ce Phew, vr TT

EDITOR, ‘The Tribune.



Re: Police chief's vow on home invasions. Commissioner says
the.incidents are ‘isolated’. The Tribune, February 27, 2010.

What an enormous difference it makes once things are put into
context for us. Phew, we can all sleep in peace again now that we’ve
been reassured that the home invasions, murder, and double\kid-

napping are “isolated” incidents.

KEN W KNOWLES, MD
Nassau,
March 3, 2010.

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that JAMES PRYCE of #2 TALBOTT

AVENUE,

NASSAU _ VILLAGE,

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 10" day of MARCH, 2010 to the
Minister responsible for nationality and Citizenship, P.O. Box

N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that LUCIENNE PETIT-HOMME
of Podoleo Street, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
| registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and

that any person 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 10‘ day of March, 2010 to the Minister
responsible for nationality and Citizenship, P.O. Box
N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.





THE TRIBUNE

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010, PAGE 5.



Fishermen’s ‘environmental
terrorism’ remark criticised

By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net

FISHERMEN who accused developers
of environmental terrorism on the south
side of New Providence have been criti-
cised for being too strong with their lan-
guage.

Minister for the Environment Earl
Deveaux pointed out how bonefish guides

Clint Kemp and Aaron Bain of Secret:

Soul Fly Fishing Adventures used a
bridge built for the Bahamas National
Trust Bonefish Pond National Park while
pointing out the effect South Seas devel-
opment has on the park.

Mr Kemp said the dredging of a canal
and removal of acres of mangroves at the
site under construction at the entrance
to Bonefish Pond can only be. referred
to as environmental terrorism as the silt
released by dredging smothers the
remaining mangrove. roots and feeding
holes which once attracted hundreds
more fish, lobster and sharks.

Furthermore, the lost mangroves rep-
resent lost habitat for juvenile marine
species and less protection for animals
and the coastline from violent storms,
and this has been done at the Venice Bay
development just west of South Seas also.

However, in response to the fisher-
men’s complaints, Mr Deveaux pointed
out the efforts being made to protect the
environment on the south coast.

He said: “The boardwalk and pavilion
the fisherman was standing on and the
road, were all done as a result of our
effort to protect Bonefish Pond National
Park. .

“They were all completed this year by
BNT with stimulus funding; ‘Never com-

plain about the farmer with your mouth

full’.”
Mr Deveaux also passed on the anony-
mous comments he received following

the publication of Saturday’s Tribune arti-

cle reporting the fishermen’s claims.

The writer said: “These fishermen are
using strong language that is out of con-
text with the development situation. They
are operating like pirates, with an intent
to destroy a growing industry, by quoting
international law. that does not apply to
their own personal situation, they are
attempting to defend.

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“International law is not a personal
experience, it is a global experience.

- Because they are inaccurately applying a
label to a situation that is below the qual-
-ity of their claim, these fishermen have

exposed themselves as ‘not credible wit-
nesses to offer an expert opinion’. They

need to be corrected before it gets out of ,

hand.” -

The writer quoted Kaiiorne Timothy
Schofield’s definition of environmental
and eco terrorism: the utilisation of the
forces of nature for hostile purposes, such
as deliberate contamination of water or
agricultural resources, and the use of the
environment as a conduit for destruction,
such as releasing chemical or biological
weapons into the atmosphere.

But Mr Kemp maintains he was not
referring to the use of environmental ter-
rorism in armed conflict, but the destruc-
tion of valuable natural resources.

He believes the entire southern coast of
New Providence should be protected as
its mangroves and flats are unique to the
area and are highly valuable feeding and
breeding grounds for a wide variety of
marine life. .. « :



Man in court

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By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net



‘A 29-YEAR-OLD man was charged
with possession of dangerous drugs on
Monday at the Eight Mile Rock Magis-
trate’s Court.

Dorrel Smith, 35, of Hunters, appeared
before Magistrate Gwen Claude. He plead-
ed not guilty to the charge.

It is alleged that on March 4, Smith was
found in possession of a quantity of sus-
pected marijuana. at a residence in
Freeport.

He was represented by attorney K Brian
Hanna and was.granted $10,000 bail’ with
one or two sureties.

Magistrate Claude ordered Smith to sign

in at Eight Mile Rock Police Station every
Friday before 9am, and to surrender travel
documents to the Court.

The case was pajournedt to May 31, 2010
for trial. :

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Education Minister 4

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INTEREST IN EVS SPURRED BY FEAR OF FUEL PRICE RESURGENCE AND NEED TO SEE AHEAD OF INDUSTRY CURVE

Electric vehicles could one day
become ‘the next big thing’

BY LARRY SMITH

OLLOWING the
unprecedented

spike in oil prices in *

2008, this column
considered the prospects for
electric vehicles asa way to
cut pollution as well as fuel
costs. At the time, availability
was limited to high-cost, low-
speed mini cars, with mass
production of no-compro-
mise, highway-capable vehi-
cles still a few years off.

The Bahamas Motor Deal-
ers Association's upcoming
new. car show (set for March
26 at the Marathon Mall),
plus recent inquiries from

interested readers, prompted.

an update to this story.

Interest in electric cars is
spurred as much by fear of a
pending resurgence in fuel
prices as the world, economy

“recovers, as by a desire to see
ahead of the industry curve.
So where do things stand
today?

Well, the short answer is
that all of the industry timeta-
bles are apparently being met
— and we are still on track
for broad availability of bat-
tery electric vehicles by 2012
from several start-ups as well
as Many mainstream manu-
facturers. _

And analysts estimate that
hybrids and ail- electric vehi-
cles together will account for
some 30 per cent of auto'sales
in.the US and Europe by
2020.

Mitsubishi's iMiEV goes on
sale in Japan next month with
a $24,000 price tag, but-it will
take the next three years to
ramp up production.

The Nissan Leaf will be’
introduced at the end of this. _

year — and Nissan says it will

Position Av



LARRY SMITH

soon be able to produce half a-

million EVs a year.

Meanwhile, the Chevy Volt
— which has a small gasoline
engine as well as an electric
motor — is also set to launch
later this year, with a $30-
40,000 price tag.

Others are playing catch-
up.

Daimler will introduce an
electric Smart Car later this
year.

Ford will launch two EVs

next year, Toyota’s all-elec-’

tric car will debut in 2012, and
Volkswagen will launch ‘an
electric mini-car in 2013, fol-
lowed by. electric versions of
the Golf, Jetta and. other
models.

In addition, most manufac-
turers will be producing many
more hybrid models — cars
that combine electric drive
with gasoline engines.

At the Geneva auto show

earlier this month, CEO Car-.

los Ghosn said Renault and
Nissan would lead the indus-
try in mass-producing battery-
powered vehicles next year.
And new consumer surveys
show that large percentages
of car owners in the United
States (30 per cent), Israel (57
per cent), Denmark 40 per
cent) and Australia (39 per
cent) want their next vehicles
to be electric.
Nissan-Renault have been
the most aggressive industry

proponents of pure electric

vehicles.

Head of Securities Operations

They are investing billions
in electric-vehicle assembly
lines and battery plants
around the.world to bring
capacity up to 200,000 units a
year by 2012.

To keep the price down,
they plan to sell the Leaf
without batteries.

Instead, owners will rent
batteries and pay for the miles
used, rather like acellular
phone plan.

Model

his is the transforma-
* tional business model
being promoted by Shai
Agassi's Better Place, which is
introducing managed EV
charging networks in several
countries, beginning with
Israel and Denmark next
year.

It will then implement ear-
ly deployment projects in
Australia and select North
American markets.

This switchable battery
solution addresses the range
of fixed battery electric cars —

usually 40 to 100 miles per’

charge.

Drivers will recharge at
home, at public plug-in sta-
tions, or by swapping batteries
at switch stations.

The price will be about
$120 a month in the US for

-battery rental and electricity.

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“Change can be painfully slow in the

Bahamas, but it can also create a band- :
wagon effect. When EVs are more wide-

ly available they are likely to become
fashionable as the next big thing.”



Israel (which has no oil of its

own) was the first country to
sign on to the Better Place
model.

Israel has cut import taxes
on EVs to 10 per cent com-
pared with 83 per cent for
gasoline models.

Denmark offers a minimum
$40,000 tax break on electric
cars — and free downtown

* parking — while imposing a.

punitive tax of about 200 per
cent on cars with internal
combustion engines.

Some people believe that a
gas-powered car's cost per

_ Mile is comparable.to an elec-

tric vehicle.

And since the electricity for
recharging is often generated
by fossil fuel power plants,
they question whether elec-
trification really works out to

. be better for the environment.
. But when you compare bat-

tery to gasoline power, elec-
tricity wins hands down.

A 2007 American study cal-
culated that powering a plug-

in hybrid electric vehicle .

would cost the equivalent of
roughly 75 cents per gallon of
gasoline.

And the US estimates that :

three-quarters of the coun-
try’s small vehicle fleet could
be charged by the existing
electrical grid without build-
ing new power plants.

Experts also agree that air.

pollution can be significantly
reduced by switching to elec-
tric vehicles, and can be cut
even further by using cleaner
electrical sources like wind
and solar.

Even relying on fossil fuel
power plants, overall levels of
greenhouse gases would be
reduced because the entire
process of moving a car one
mile is more efficient using
electricity than producing
gasoline and burning it in a
car's engine.

The US has already evalu-
ated the impact of vehicle
recharging on the electrical
grid.

A government study deter-
mined that if all the cars and
light trucks in the US
switched from oil to electrici-
ty, idle capacity in the existing

power system could. generate
most of the electricity con-

‘sumed. And preliminary indi-

cations are that a few hun-
dred EV's in this market

‘won't crash the grid either.

According to BEC chairman
Michael Moss, our peak load

occurs between 7 and 11pm: '

"Battery charging during
these hours may overload dis-
tribution circuits.

“But system loads after
midnight until around 7 in the
morning average around only
60 per cent of peak load, so
this will be the ideal time for
battery charging," he told me
recently.

"IT suppose most charging
pedestals could be pro-
grammed to provide charging

only after midnight, with a

limited number strategically
located to provide 24-hour
service at higher cost."

Typical American house-
holds used about 11,000 kilo-
watt hours of electricity annu-
ally in 2001.

Battery

+

A« studies show .
that adding an elec-

tric vehicle with 5-10 kWh of

_ useable battery capacity that

is charged once per day could
add an additional 21-43 per
cent per year to the house-
hold electricity load — com-
parable to average central air
conditioning and peerauon
loads.

Another big concern is the
batteries themselves:

The lead-acid batteries cur-
rently used in cars powered

. by either gasoline or electric-

ity are a major source of
ground pollution.
Both sulphuric acid and

lead are highly toxic to.

humans and animals.
But next-generation EV's

will use more powerful lithi-:

um ion batteries, which do not
contain cadmium, lead, mer-
cury and other poisonous ele-
ments. :

They will also be designed
to last several years and can
be recycled for other uses
after that.

Improper disposal of lead-
acid batteries is already a
major cause for concern in
developing countries like the
Bahamas, where environ-
mental regulations are lax.
Used car, truck, motorcycle
and boat batteries are consid-

‘ered hazardous waste and

should be shipped to battery
reclaimers.
_ But most still end up in
landfills where they can pol-
lute the water table.
Unfortunately, this is the
current practice here.
Government landfills
around.the country are sup-
posed to provide special facil-

_ities where hazardous waste

can be stored until properly
disposed of.

But there is also a local grey
market that reclaims lead

| from waste batteries, with the

acid simply being dumped.
But these practices have noth-
ing to do with electric vehi-
cles:

We should also consider the
capacity of local auto dealer-
ships to market and service
electric vehicles. _

Change can be painfully
slow in the Bahamas, but it
can also creaté a bandwagon
effect. When EVs are more
widely available they are like-
ly to become fashionable -as
the next big thing.

Local dealers need to antic-
ipate this and determine what
investment in training and
facilities is needed to lever-
age the trend.

Finally, there is the gov-
ernment itself — the Bahami-
an institution that is perhaps
most resistant to change.

Currently, new vehicles
attract a duty rate of 55 to 85
per cent.

. Hybrids attract a rate of 25
per cent, but no local dealer
imports them because manu-
facturers require special train-
ing.and equipment to service
them. In‘response to recent
inquiries, Ministry of Finance
officials said pure electric

‘ vehicles would attract the

same duty as gasoline-pow-
ered cars, which would make
imports uneconomical.

So, while you shouldn't

expect to sée any EVs at the
BMDA. new car show later

this month, now is the time
to express your interest and
encourage dealers to lobby

, the government for a more
-sensible policy.

* What do you think? Send
comments to larry@tribune-
media.net

Or visit www. bahamapun-
dit.com pundit.com/> ;

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$200,000, so $500,000 is clearly
inadequate for someone com-
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When the programme start-

ed in 1993 under the previous _

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was $250,000, according to Mr
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Bahamas has to offer ought to
pay more,” he said.

The most significant eco-
nomic contribution from the
second-home market is perhaps

government fees, such as the.

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a one time payment calculated
as a percentage of the value of
the sales transaction, and the
annual real property tax, which
is calculated based on the per-
centage scheme.

Under the Progressive Lib-
eral Party government there
was a cap on real property tax
at $35,000, according to George
Smith, Realtor and former Exu-
ma Member of Parliament. This
was lifted by the current gov-
ernment. Both fees contribute

significantly to the public purse.

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on tourism.

Mr Smith is arguing for the
cap to be reinstated: He also
has little sympathy for critics
of foreign land ownership, argu-
ing that there is no shortage of

land in the Bahamas, contrary

to popular opinion, and second-
home developments do create
jobs, just of a different kind to
up and down resort develop-
ments.

“Yes, you do want in certain

‘ areas to build hotel rooms
. because they are more labour
intensive, but the people who

get jobs working in Lyford Cay
and other such places in a long
term way they become greater
beneficiaries because. of the
relationships that are formed
over time. It is nota question of
either or it is a question of both
and location,” said Mr Smith. °

One of the latest develop-
ments exposing itself to criti-
cism along this line is Serenity

Point, a planned high-end 40- °

acre gated residential commu-
nity, targeting second-home
owners. It is comprised of 24
beach-front lots, hilltop sites
and elevated estates on the five-
mile long Schooner Bay Beach,
in Great Abaco.

When asked to respond to
critics of the development, Alex
Nihon II, president of the
development company, Anco
Lands, said: “The (Abaco)
coastline is 130 miles long. We

are only using 850 feet here.
Need I say more.’

Some developers argue, on
islands where there is not a
heavy concentration of popu-
lation, like Eleuthera, Exuma,
Andros, quality jobs are more
important to large numbers of
jobs. In areas, such as Cable
Beach, New Providence, many
rooms and many jobs are more
important.

Real estate developer, Mr
Moss said: “I am not against it,
but I am against it being cheap-
ened and it has been cheap-
ened.

“Half a million for any
wealthy person in the US to
acquire is not significant. A
major deal to put.money into
the economy is $2 million. That
is going to put.real money into
the professionals involved. That
makes more’sense.’

Police crack airport ‘ring of corruption’

FROM page one

fandeni.

“Our investigation’ is ongoing at this time, and
it might reveal some more things,”

The three people in ‘custody are assisting police
with their inquiries, Superintendent Stephen
Dean told The Tribune yesterday.

He added: “The reality is that over the years
many residents and visitors alike have complained
of missing luggage when they have been travelling
to and from the Bahamas. This ‘has been a Hajor

concern for the police.

“So as a result the police over the past years
have put in strategies, working in tandem with

FROM page one

worked at Princess Margaret

- Hospital (PMH) for nearly 40

years told how she has been
insulted by the move.

She criticised hospital chiefs -

for failing to provide adequate

“! parking for nurses, and for fail-

ing to reward hard work.
The 59-year-old, who does

not want to be named, says she .

had 50 cents taken from her
February pay cheque because
she was more than five minutes
late for work on two occasions.

On.one morning, the nurse
claims she was caught in the rain
and unable. to find a parking
space within five minutes of her
8am clock-in time. On the other
occasion, she said, her car hit an

partners at the airport, security at the airport,
and a number of other-entities to develop strate-
gies on how we can minimize such incidents of
theft of luggage. And we think we have now got-

she added.

ten the biggest break in a little while.”

In February of this year a businesswoman com-
plained to. the pslice that thousands of dollars of
her clothing merchandise had been stolen from

her luggage upon arrival at the Lynden Pindling

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mation, the police launched an immediate inves-.

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ered by the team, police believe “other matters”

tions.

Nurses

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and she was delayed with’a flat
tyre.

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culties were received without
compassion from hospital boss- ~
es.

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nurse said.
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working hours but.it seems they

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was focused on organisational
growth and development, but
it is now being used as an instru-
ment of repression and regres-
sion programmed to impinge
upon.and take away. the benefits
‘of one group of employees and
totally ignore the other group.
“Not.to mention the total
- chaos it generates. while super-
visors continuously: struggle

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Inquiries made to the Pubic
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Ster were not answered before

. The Tribune went to press.

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Sadie Curtis
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2

10, 2010





Games will
be spectacular
multi-sporting

event

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

THE XIX Commonwealth
Games will be the biggest
sporting event on the inter-
national calendar for the
Bahamas to participate in this
year.

The event is scheduled for
October in New Delhi and
according to Mohinder
Grover, the high commis-
sioner for India, it will be a
spectacular multi-sporting
event.

In town to promote the
passing of the Queen’s Baton
Relay here over the Easter
holiday weekend, Grover said
Bahamians should not worry

because the global economic’ '

crisis will not have any effect.

“It’s going to be okay,”
Grove said. “There’s no rea-
son to worry about anything.”

Grover said he has met
with the Bahamas Olympic
Association and the Ministry
of Youth, Sports and Culture
and has assured both entities
that they can get the Bahami-
an teams ready to travel to
India.

A total of 70 countries
make up the Commonwealth
and Grover said the India
Olympic Committee, the
organising body for the
games, is preparing to host
everybody.

In preparation for the
games, Grover said the
Queen’s Baton Relay left
Buckingham Palace on Octo-
ber 29 and is‘on a 240-day
journey through the 70 Com-
monwealth nations.

The baton, which has a
message for the athletes from
Queen Elizabeth II, is cur-
rently in St Vincent and the
Grenadines and is slated to

_head to the Cayman Islands
before it arrives here on April
2 (Good Friday).

After traveling from»Free-
dom Park in Fox Hill to
Arawak Cay and then Gov-
ernment House on Saturday,
April 3, the baton is sched-
uled to leave on April 4 for
the Turks & Caicos Islands.

‘ Once the baton passes
through all of the participat-
ing countries, it will be deliv-
ered to India where it will
take a 100-day trek through

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TES



BASEBALL
JBLN UPDATE

THE Junior Baseball
League of Nassau contin- .
- ued its regular season over
the weekend at the St
Andrew’s Field of Dreams
with the following results
posted:
TEEBALL ||
Sidewinders def. Blue
Claws 24-13; Knights def.
Grasshoppers 21-11; °
Raptors def. Sand
Gnats 20-19
COACH PITCH
Athletics def. '
Pirates 13-7;
Cubs def. Diamondbacks
11-9; Angels def.
Padres 16-6
MINOR LEAGUE
Brewers def. Red Sox
29-14; Rockies def. Mets
8-4; Royals def.
Orioles 14-13 :
MAJOR LEAGUE
Indians and Mariners
played to 17-17 (tie);
Marlins def. Reds 11-6
JUNIOR LEAGUE
Dodgers def. Rays 5-3;
Yankees def. Twins 9-4
SENIOR LEAGUE
Phillies def. Giants 7-6;
Nationals def. Tigers 9-4





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Young Freeport
athletes getting
more exposure
playing abroad

THE YMCA’s affiliation

with the Hall of Fame Base-
ball League in Florida is giv-

- ing young Grand Bahamian

athletes an opportunity to get
more exposure by playing in
the US.

Twenty-three boys traveled

to South Florida to compete
against teams in the 12-and-
.under and 14-and-under divi-
sions. :

The trip was made possible
through membership fees and
donations. The Grand
Bahama Port Authority Lim-
ited (GBPA) is also a major
corporate contributor to the
programmes at the local
YMCA.

“The roles of organisations
such as the ‘Y’ are vital in
communities. With today’s
push towards encouraging
youngsters to become more
physically active, programmes
offered by the centre provide
multiple avenues for them to
develop physically through
sport. Therefore, GBPA is
more than happy to lend our
support to one of the ‘Y’s’
newest initiatives as it relates
to baseball,” said Ian Rolle,
president of the GBPA.

Coach Knowles is opti-
mistic about the -baseball
academy’s new thrust. “We
are not a baseball or softball
league. As an academy our
focus is to transfer knowledge,
provide high level training

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| ‘An historic
weekend’ for
the athletes

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net



t’s going to be an historic weekend for Bahamian track

and field athletes. While the Bahamas Association of

Athletic Associations hosts its annual Scotiabank

National High School Track and Field Championships,

senior athletes will be competing at major meets in
the United States and Doha, Qatar.

A-number of athletes will be competing at the NCAA Divi-
sion One Indoor Championships at Randal Tyson Track Com-
plex at the University of Arkansas from Friday to Sunday.

» Leading the way is Auburn Tigers’ junior sprinter Sheni-
qua ‘Q’ Ferguson. She is actually listed in the number three spot
in both the women’s 60 and 200 metres.

In the 60, Ferguson has.clocked a season’s best of 7.22 sec-
onds. The fastest qualifying time in the straight away race is 7.18
by Blessing Okagbare, a senior at UTEP.

And Ferguson has done 23.14 in the 200 for her third place.
The one-lap race on the 200 metre track is topped by Shavon
Greaves, a junior at Penn State.

Grand Bahamian Nivea Smith, another member of the
Auburn connection, is sixth on the list at 23.32. —

Two other members from Auburn University fell short of
qualifying. They are sprinter Cache Armbrister and hurdler
Krystal Bodie. Auburn’s 4 x 400 relay also didn’t make the qual-
ifying cut. aa

. On-the men’s side, Demetrius Pinder, a junior at Texas

.A&M, will compete in the 400. He has ran the sixth fastest qual-
ifying time of 46.01. The fastest qualifying time is 45.03, done by
Torrin Lawrence, a.sophomore from the University of Georgia.

Pinder is also scheduled to run on Aggie’s 4 x'400 relay

» team that has the fastest qualifying time of 3:04.86.

Two other Bahamians, senior Jamaal. Butler and junior

LaToy Williams, are expected to suit up for the Texas Tech Red
Raiders, who have the seventh best time of 3:07.27.
_ And on the field, Rudon Bastian, a senior at the University
of Louisville, is expected to suit up in his Cardinals uniform in
the triple jump where his season’s best of 7.87 metres has him
ranked at No.8.

The-top ranked competitor is Alain Bailey, a senior at
Arkansas with.8.17m. s 3
_. Gerard Brown of Auburn University didn’t make the cut.

Meanwhile at the NCAA Division II Indoor Championships
at the Adams State College in Albuquerque, a couple more’

/ \Bahamians are slated tocompete. .

___ Tia Rolle, a freshman at Lincoln-University, secured the
13th and final spot in the women’s 60 in 7.60. The fastest qual-
ifying time is 7.18 by Barbara Pierre, a senior at St Augustine’s

-College. .

Rolle has double duties, having also qualified with the 12th

_ best time of 24.74 in the 200. Once again, Pierre has the fastest

time of 23.88. ofthe aR aS ete

And Michelie Cumberbatch, another freshman at Lincoln,
has the 10th best qualifying time of 56.16 in the 400. The best
mark is 54.79 by Kristi Buerkle, a junior at Bemidji State.

Cumberbatch is also on the Lions’ 4 x 400 relay team that has.
the fastest qualifying time of 3:43.36. ae

Over in Doha, a 13-member team is set to represent the
Bahamas at the 12th IAAF Worlds Indoor Championships

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GARVIN Tynes’ boys baseball team repeated
as champions of New. Providence Primary
Schools Sports Association. They were.
crowned back-to-back champions with a 4-2 |
decision over Columbus Primary. Michael
Butler Jr (inset) was named the most valuable -
player for Garvin Tynes. Columbus Primary _
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Sadie Curtis girls
clinch softball crown

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

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Sadie Curtis in action against §
Sandilands Primary...



GARVIN Tynes’ boys baseball team
repeated as champions of the New
Providence Primary Schools Sports
Association but it was the girls of Sadie
Curtis who celebrated the most after
they clinched their softball crown at
the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex.

“It feels great because this is.actual-
ly the first time that Sadie Curtis girls
have ever won a championship in any:
sport,” said coach Gail Barrow. “It’s
our first time, so this is just an awe-
some feeling.”

Sadie Curtis pulled off an impres-
sive 14-1 victory over Sandilands Pri-
mary in the game that was delayed
from Friday when the tournament
should.have been completed.

“The girls played very well. They
worked very hard as a team,” Barrow |
said.

She, commended the battery mate
of pitcher Toni Lee and catcher Shaw-
nari Gardiner for anchoring the team
to the championship.

As.a part of their celebrations, Bar-
row said she intends to treat the team
to a pizza party when they return to
Sadie Curtis.

On their way to the championship,
Sadie Curtis knocked off Uriah
McPhee and Sandilands got by Colum-
bus in the playoff games that were held
earlier in the day.

Monty Charlton, coach of Sandi-
lands, said although they lost, he was
still proud of the girls because they
were not expected to play.in the final.

“The better team won today,” Charl-
ton said. “I guess maybe fright got to
them because we only scored one run.
But all of the girls are in grade -five,
so we will be back next year.”

To avoid getting shut out, Sandi-

‘lands Primary got the lone.run in the
third inning when Danielle Curry got
on base on a Single and eventually
scored on consecutive errors.

Uriah McPhee and Columbus played
for the consolation third place.

Also on Monday at the complex,
Garvin Tynes were crowned back-to-
back-champions with a 4-2 decision
over Columbus Primary. As predict-
ed by both teams, it was a well played
game.

_ Michael Butler Jr, the winning pitch-
er, who also did some catching behittd*
the plate, was named the most valu-
able player for Garvin Tynes, coached
by Janice Williams and Michael Butler
Sr. For Columbus, coached by
Lawrence Sweeting, pitcher Javaughn
Taylor w.,s just as outstanding, but they
came out on the losing end. |

Garvin Tynes knocked off Oakes
Field 12-7 in their playoff game on Fri-
day, while Columbus got by Palmdale
15-4. The championship game was

_ postponed to Monday because of time
on Friday.

In the consolation game Monday,
Oakes Field played Palmdale.

° Up next on the association’s cal- .
endar is track and field scheduled for
next month. That will be followed by
the awards: presentation luncheon to

. close out the yearin May.

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FROM page 9 ©

all of the capital cities in Indi-”
a’s 28. states and seven union »
territories and-many other.

cities along the ‘way.

It will eventually end up in
the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadi-
um for the official opening
ceremonies of the XIX Com-
monwealth Games on Octo-

ber.3 where the message in

the baton from the Queen will
be read to the athletes.

“T believe it’s going very
well,” said: Grover; who is
responsible ‘for the baton as
it travels through Jamaica, the

Bahamas, Turks & Caicos ©

and the Cayman Islands.

On March 30, Grover said
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take place at his Pome in



Jamaica where some 300 per-
sons, including former and
curtent athletes, will assem-
ble as the baton is passed
through the island.

Triple men’s world record
holder Usain Bolt, who elec-
trified the world with his stun-
ning performances in the 100,
200 and on Jamaica’s 4 x 400
relay teams at both the 2008
Olympic Games and 2009
World Championships, is
expected to attend.

‘Grover, however, said they
are hoping that Bolt and his
management team will come
to India and participate in the’
games. He said the people of
India w ould definitely like to
‘seé the world’s 8. fastest man in
action. ;

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Young Freeport athletes
getting more exposure
playing abroad

FROM page 9

and international exposure
opportunities for our mem-
bers. Through the YMCA,
organisations like GBPA
have given us a chance to
assist these young people and
we are very thankful,” he said.

The overall aim of the
YMCA’s Baseball Academy
is to prepare the young play-
ers to be ready to accept
opportunities as they become
available in high schools, col-
leges and universities abroad.

The academy has already
placed young men in acade-
mic boarding schools and uni-
versities in the US as student
athletes.

“This is another aspect that
we find most encouraging,”
said Rolle. “Through partici-
pation in such programmes
an even greater avénue Is
opened up for those who
excel to study abroad on,ath-
letic scholarships to their bet-
terment.”

The YMCA Baseball
Academy’s trip to Florida was
termed successful with local
Grand Bahama players

excelling in base- -running
speed, and hitting in the 14-
and-under division.

' Four games were played in
each Wivision, with the Grand

Bahama players winning one

game each per division, bring-
ing their records for the sea-
son in both divisions to 1 and

23;

“Our boys are behind in
terms of experience and we’re
especially concentrating on
pitching and hitting. However,
that’s the main purpose.- We
want the exposure to benefit
the kids. This is a very com-
petitive baseball league which
really demands our attention
and focus to ensure our teams
are prepared and ready to
play,” said coach Knowles.

Additional trips to Florida
are planned for March 19 and
April 23.

“Opportunities such as this
are invaluable for their future
development. We have a lot
of work to do, but we have a
plan, the coaches to assist with
this plan and the resources to
ensure our boys get exposure
to high level training and
game experience,” he added.

‘An historic weekend’ for athletes .

FROM page 9

that will also get underway on
Friday. The Bahamas will be
represented by the following
athletes:

Women - Chandra Sturrup
(60) and Christine Amertil
(400).

Men - Rodney Greene (60);
Chris Brown and Michael
Mathieu (400); Shamar Sands
(60 hurdles); Donald ‘Thomas
and Trevor Barry (high jump)
and Andretti Bain, La’Sean
Pickstock and Juan Lewis are
scheduled to join Brown and
Mathieu on the 4 x 4 relay

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FROM page one

and a “full investigation” was
underway to determine if any-
one else might be guilty of the
same.

Turning to environmental
reports compiled by the devel-
opers of the Bimini Bay pro-
ject, which he recently perused,
Dr Deveaux said his impres-
sion was that the reports
showed that the environmen-
tal officers have not beén as
proactive as they should be
when it comes to following up
on demands made of develop-
ers.

“I’m not satisfied with my
staff,” he said.

“J just looked at (one of the
reports) this morning and I was
disappointed with the lack of
dynamism in the exchange
(between the developers and
the Ministry).

“Nature is not static. When

you approve certain things in
an environment where things
are building it requires moni-
toring. If you are concerned
that a developer or a commu-
nity is being impacted in a neg-
ative way then we have to be
the ones taking the initiative or
being the aggressor to ensure

that what we want is being put:

in place. I don’t think we do
that.” ;

The reports submitted by
Bimini Bay have been coming
into the Ministry of Environ-
ment since mid-2008, when the
Government — mindful of com-
plaints about’ environmental
degradation allegedly wrought
by the development — caused a

second environmental impact

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Earl Deveaux

assessment to be undertaken
and subsequently mandated
that, in order to obtain certain
construction approvals, Bimini
Bay must bring an environ-
mental officer on to its staff and
submit regular reports to the
Ministry.

“T can’t say that I’m satisfied

‘that the inter-action between

what was approved and what
was required is in fact deliver-

‘ing what we want,” said the

Minister.

He denied accusations that
the Ministry is “permitting
destruction” in Bimini, or that
the developers have in fact

“done anything contrary to.

what they were told to do”, but
suggested that it is crucial to
ensure that the Ministry

remains awaré and vigilant of

how construction activities that
Bimini Bay has been permitted

.to do does not “impact on the

part that we have protected.”
Speaking of the relationship
between the Ministry and
developers more generally, Dr
Deveaux added: “I think we are
making progress, we are
increasingly getting a better
group. of environmental pro-
fessionals who know what to
have regard: for our organisa-
tions are getting more respon-

siveness (but) it’s not happen-

ing certainly as fast as I’d like it
or we need it..

“The biggest source of my
dissatisfaction is that we’re not
taking the initiative to ensure

that the things we prescribe
should be in place, such as envi-

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Neptunes

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Abaco Beach Resort

' long been a source of

ronmental manage-
ment plans, are in fee.
in place.”

‘The Bimini Bay
Resort, Marina and
Spa development has

contention between
environmentalists,
local and foreign, the
public and the Gov-:
ernment, over the
extent to which the
large-scale project is
permanently damaging
the eco-sensitive surrounding
environment. Bimini'Bay devel-
opers, The Capo Group, have
denied the resort is having a
detrimental effect on Bimini’s
environment and claim to be
adhering to best environmen-
tal practices.

Nonetheless, complaints con-
tinue. The Tribune recently
received a number of open let-
ters to Minister Deveaux from
individuals who fear that

- despite the Government’s

proclamation that a Marine
Protected Area (MPA) would
be enforced around Bimini, the
environment is not irt fact being
preserved but further degraded
by the activities of the Bimini
Bay developer. .

Alfredo Quarto, executive
director of the Mangrove
Action Project, which has for
years taken a special interest in
the issue of,mangrove and
marine protection in Bimini,
wrote on February 27, 2010,
that the MAP “applauds the
Bahamian government for
declaring Bimini’s MPA, but

. without definite boundaries,

regulations and enforcement

~ the benefits of this MPA will

be stunted.”

‘He expressed concern
about the removal of
mangroves, extensive
dredging and the filling
of wetlands in North
Bimini, questioning
whether it is going ahead
with approval from the
government and asking
for an update from the
government on the sta-
tus of the Marine Pro-

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webshop

- FROM page one

‘a number of raids on local

numbers houses as lotteries
remain illegal in the
Bahamas.

However, a number of

officers last night admitted
to The Tribune that they saw
“no sense” in what they were
doing as the numbers house

would in all likelihood be

open for business again in 24
hours — along with the
countless others throughout

the length and breath of the .

country.

Despite this painful truth,
the management of the Roy-
al Bahamas Police Force has
made the point of keeping
up their attack on all illegal-
ity in the Bahamas and have
vowed to make examples out
of those who would continue
to flagrantly break the coun-
try’s laws...






FROM page one

arate stabbing attacks being
committed between Monday
and Tuesday.

Police said it was around
3.30pm Monday when they
received information of a
stabbing on the soccer field
of the high school's John F
Kennedy Drive campus. Offi-
cers were told that a 17-year-
old St John's student and a
boy from H O Nash junior
high school, which is also on
JFK Drive, were fighting.

During the row, the 17-
year-old was stabbed on his
right side, said police press
officer Sergeant Chrislyn
Skippings.

"The student was taken, to
hospital via EMS where he is
listed in stable condition."

‘ $t John's College Principal
Valencia Saunders could not

message left for the vice-prin-
cipal was not returned up to
press time.

Police are also. investigat-
ing a shooting and another
stabbing that occurred yes-
terday morning.

‘ Sometime around. 9.10am,
a 29-year-old man of Cowpen
Road was shot in the right
knee during a fight with
another man...

Police were told the victim
was on Graham Drive, in Yel-
low Elder Gardens, when he
and a man in a white Ford

Boy stabbed by student

‘ing the fray, one of the men

- where his condition was last

be reached for comment. A’

‘the men brandished a knife

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Escort got into a row.

At some point, the 29-year-
old was shot in his knee. He
was taken to hospital by EMS
where he is said to be in sta-
ble condition.

About five minutes earlier,
around 9.05am, police were
also called to the scene of a
stabbing at Summer Haven in
South Beach. Responding |
officers were told: that a 16-
year-old boy was near his
home when he got into a dis-
pute with a group of men.

Sgt Skippings said that dur-

produced a knife, stabbing the
teen in his chest. The boy was
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listed as stable.

Police said they are follow-
ing significant leads into the
matter.

The Royal Bahamas Police
Force is also investigating an
attack at a convenience store
on Bacardi Road.

‘Police were told that a man
was accosted by a group of
men shortly after 8 pm Mon-
day while at the Century Con-
venience store.

The victim claimed one of

stabbing him in his hand and
eye, police said. The victim
was taken to hospital by pri-
yate vehicle where he is listed
in stable condition.

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FROM page 1B

and it’s a lot better than it was
two to three months ago.
There are more inquiries, traf-
fic and some people have
signed sales agreements, so
that’s a good sign.

“Hopefully, this trend con-
tinues, and if it does, by
July/August - while it won’t
be back to ‘normal’ - it’ll be a
lot better than last year.
Hopefully, we will see a good
recovery over the next few
months.”

Michael Lightbourn, head
of Coldwell Banker Light-
bourn Realty, agreed with Mr

Wong that the Bahamian real
estate market appeared to be
improving, although the pic-
ture was cloudy.

“IT would say.the answer is
yes, but'it’s a mixed bag,” he

told Tribune Business. “In’

some areas there’s things hap-
pening quickly, and in some
areas things are happening
slowly. We sold two beach
lots in Great Harbour Cay [in
the Berry Islands] at the
weekend.”

Meanwhile, Mr Wong told .

Tribune Business that inter-
national buyers “seem to be
taking a closer look” at the
Bahamas, as: evidenced by
.tecently-closed sales and pur-

chase agreements in commu-
nities such as Ocean Club
Estates, Old Fort Bay and
Lyford Cay.

“Prices are holding firm,”
the BREA president added.
“There are no fire sales at
either the high end or the low

end. One of the problems we .

have in New Providence is a
lack of inventory here, so sell-
ers have largely been able to
get what they’ve been look-

-ing for, maybe 5-10 per cent
‘less than the asking price,
because you always put a little

’ cushion in there.”
Rental prices seemed to be

holding firm, too, Mr Wong
told Tribune Business, adding

that he had returned from a
ReMax conference in Orlan-
do where optimism about the
state of the US/global econo-
my and real estate market
appeared to be picking up.

“My colleagues were show-
ing some optimism that things
are improving,” the BREA
president told Tribune’ Busi-
ness. “Once things get better
in the US, it usually comes
over here.”

He added that while other »
Bahamian islands were not
doing as well as New Provi-
dence, “business. is picking
up”, with both Abaco and
Eleuthera seeing increases in
business over 2009.

Almost one in 10 loans non-performing

_FROM page 1B"

tion in top-line income due to the recession.

Acknowledging that Bahamian com-
mercial banks. saw their asset quality
“weaken further in the month of January,
as the protracted period of elevated unem-
ployment and weakened private sector
activity continued to negatively impact bor-
rowers’ ability to repay debts”, the Central
Bank said the first month of 2010 saw a
$16.1 million or 1.5 per cent increase in
loan arrears to hit $1.106 billion, compared
to end-December 2009.

As a result, the percentage of total loans
in arrears increased by 0.3 per of a per-
centage point to 18.1 per cent.

Breaking this down, the Central Bank
said total loans between 31-90 days past
due increased by $6.4 million or 1.3 per
cent in January to $520.1 million, increasing
the percentage of loans inthis category to
8.5 per cent of the total outstanding pri-
vate sector loan portfolio.

In the more critical non-performing cat-
egory, where loans are more than 90 days
overdue, and upon which the banks stop
accruing interest, there was an increase of
$9.7 million or 1.7 per cent to some $586. 1
million of credit in trouble.

This meant that some 9.6 per cent of the
$6.585 billion private sector loan portfolio

is now non pettoiiaitip with close to one in

. five loans now in default.

“The build-up in total arrears was led
by a $25.4 million (10.8 per cent) hike in the
commercial segment to $261 million, due to
gains in both the short-term and non-accru-
al components of $14.2 million (19.2 per
cent) and $11.2 million (6.9 per cent)
respectively),” the Central,Bank report on
monthly economic and financial develop-
ments for January found.

“In addition, mortgage delinquencies
firmed by $11.5 million (2.2 per cent) to
$543 million, owing to growth in 31-90 day
arrears of $4.7 million (1.6 per cent) and
non-performing loans of $6.9 million (2.8
per cent).”

However, “consumer loan arrears fell
by $20.8 million (6.5 per cent) to $302.2
million, reflecting declines in the 31-90 day
and non-performing segments by $12.5 mil-
lion (8.4 per cent) and $8.4 million (4.8 per
cent) respectively”.

As a result, the Central Bank said
Bahamian commercial banks increased
their loan loss provisions by $3 million or

1.4 per cent during January 2010 to $216.6.

million, leaving the ratio of provisions to
arrears at 19.6 per cent.:

Still, the monetary policy regulator reas- .

sured Bahamians that the financial system

“remained stable, with commercial bank
capitalisation “well in excess of the manda-
tory 8 per.cent of risk-weighted assets”,
leaving the reduced asset quality “ade-
quately covered by bank capital posiiions”.

Elsewhere, banking system liquidity
remained strong, with excess liquid assets
standing at $494.05 million, while foreign
exchange reserves were at $796.11 million.

And January saw a $3 million gain in
private sector credit, compared to a $25.1
million contraction in the same month dur-
ing 2009. This was driven largely by a $3.8
million advance in commercial claims, along
with a $0.5 million gain in mortgage growth.

With total tourism.receipts “expected to
remain significantly below ‘pre-crisis’ levels
in the near term”, and the economy still
fragile despite “a more positive picture
emerging”, the Bahamas was expected to
be challenged during 2010 with the global
rebound “expected to be less robust than
previous recoveries”.

Construction activity was set to be
“anaemic” due to the lack of foreign direct
investment, and the Central Bank con-
cluded: “The near-term outlook is for little
improvement in current unemployment
levels, with the majority of short-term job
opportunities accruing from government’ s
employment initiatives.”





‘FROM page 1B

$176.2 million.

The Central Bank of the
Bahamas’ report on monthly
economic and financial devel-
opments for January 2010
revealed that what it termed

“assistance to public entities”
grew to $59.6 million during the
period between July 1 and
December 31, 2009.

That was the principal factor
behind why the Government’s
total spending for the 2009-2010
Budget year’s first half grew to
$805.1 million, again illustrat-
ing how loss-making, financial-
ly strapped public.corporations
are bleeding taxpayers and
exacerbating the Bahamas’ fis-
cal weaknesses at a time when
the Ingraham ‘administration
needs every cent of revenue it
can lay its hands on. °

- A major factor behind the
“assistance” increase is likely
to have been the $30 million
payment the Government
made to Shell Western on the
Bahamas Electricity Corpora-
tion’s (BEC) behalf, paying
down the latter’s fuel bill
payables.

Phenton Neymour, the min-
ister of state for the environ-

_ ment, who has responsibility

for BEC, told the House of
Assembly during the Mid-Term

_ Budget debate that the Corpo-

ration owed Shell some $62.1
million in unpaid fuel bills ‘as

at February 28, 2010.

Of that sum, some $22.8 mil-

a lion came due in February, with

the remainder past due and a
smaller amount to come due in

‘March.
»,. “The pallints (or revenue) for .

IN. THE ESTATE OF LOUISE
“LAWRENCE PHINNEY domiciled

and late of the City of Glenview in the
State of Illinois, U.S.A., Deceased





NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having
any claim or demand against or interest in the
above Estate should send same duly certified in
writing.to the undersigned on or before 8th April,
2010 after which date the Executrix will proceed
to distribute the assets of the Estate having regard
only to the claims, demands or interests of which
she shall then have had notice AND all persons
| indebted to the above Estate are asked to settle
such debts on or before 8th April, 2010.

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

88.9% subsidy rise fuels 30% deficit ras

“January 2010 was $29.1 million.

In other words, we bill $29.1
million and for the same period
we owe Shell $22.8 million.
Essentially, in January 2010,
$0.78 on every dollar collected

by BEC went towards its fuel’

bill,” Mr Neymour said.

Another factor behind the
6.4 per cent increase in the
Government’s spending during
the Budget year first half was
the 36.23 per cent increase in
capital expenditure, which rose
from $59 million in the. previous
year to some $80.4 million this
time around.

This spending, of course, was
directed towards infrastructure
and capital works projects as
part of the Government’s eco-
nomic stimulus programme,
with the: increase widely seen
as socially desirable to soak up

heightened unemployment lev- ©

els and improve the founda-
tions upon which the private
sector conducts business.

The Central Bank data again
indicated that the Government
had enjoyed a measure of suc-
cess in controlling its recurrent

' spending during the 2009-2010

first half. This money, which
covers the Government’s fixed
costs such as rents and civil ser-
vice wages, actually decreased
by 0.12 per cent to $665.2 mil-
lion, compared to the $666 mil-
ljon outlay during the 2008-
2009 first half.




















However, the Central Bank
noted that the fiscal deficit for
the 2009-2010 first half ‘had
grown from $135.3 million in
the 2008-2009 Budget year to
$176.2 million this year because
“the rise in aggregate expendi-
ture outweighed the modest

_ growth in revenue”.

As commented by-both the
Prime Minister and Tribune.
Business previously, the Gov-
ernment’s revenues had bene-
fited from $84 million in one-off
revenues, largely generated by
the South Riding Point sale and
Bahamas Telecommunications
Company (BTC) dividend.

The Central Bank acknowl-
edged this, noting that non-tax
revenue more than doubled to
$129.5 million during the 2009-
2010 fiscal first half. This result-
ed in total revenues increasing
by 1.2 per cent to $628.9 mil-
lion. :

‘ However, tax collections fell
by 12.2 per cent to $499.3. mil-
lion, due to the impact on inter-
national trade and economic
activity from the decline in con-
sumer demand. Taxes related
to international trade and trans-
actions fell by 10.7 per cent
year-over-year, while ‘miscel-
laneous’ Stamp taxes dropped
by 21.3 per cent.

Import and excise duties
declined by 11.74 per cent dur-
ing the 2009-2010 first half,
falling to $262.5: million com-

. pared to the $297.4 million gen-

erated the year before.
Other data released by the’
Central Bank showed that the

.central government’s direct

debt had increased by almost
$450 million year-over-year
between January 2009 and Jan-
uary 2010, hitting $3.32 billion
in the latter month.

With the national debt stand-
ing at $3.9 billion at year-end
2009, Central Bank figures
showed that the Bahamas’ total
foreign currency debt stood at
$1.179 billion as at end-Janu-
ary 2010, some 30.2 per cent of

. the total debt.

The $1.179 billion figure rep-
fesented an almost $323 mil-
lion increase on the Bahamas’
foreign currency debt year-
over-year, but only $703.1 mil-
lion or 59.6 per cent of this
nation’s foreign currency bor-
rowings are held by foreign
creditors. This means that only
18 per cent of the Bahamas’
total national debt is in the
hands of overseas creditors.

The Central Bank said
prospects for a short-term
improvement in the Bahamas’
fiscal position were slim to non-
existent, stating: “Anaemic pri-
vate sector demand constrained
prospects for any near-term,
improvements in the fiscal sit-
uation, which registered a dete-
rioration during the first half
of the 2009-2010 fiscal year.

“The deficit and debt-to-
GDP ratios are anticipated to

’ stay elevated in the near term,

reflecting the sustained effects
of weak consumer demand con-
ditions on tax revenues.”

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Standards adoption may
lower audit fees ‘10-20%’

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

BAHAMIAN accountants
were last night voting on
whether to adopt standards that
the Bahamas Institute of Char-
tered Accountants (BICA)
president said could “reduce
audit fees by at least 10-20 per
cent” for Bahamian small and
medium-sized enterprises.

The vote was taken after Tri-
bune Business went to press,
but discussing it beforehand,
Reece Chipman told this news-
paper that if BICA members
and practitioners were in
favour, the Bahamas would be
one of the last Caribbean
nation to adopt International
Financial Reporting Standards
(IFRS) for small and medium-
sized companies.

The standards, which have
been available for use since

July 2009, were developed by ‘

the International Accounting
Standards Board (IASB), the
global standard-setting body,
in a bid to reduce audit costs
and make the process less oner-
ous for small companies.

“We are doing this seminar
because the IASB would like
to know if the Bahamas is



REECE CHIPMAN —

going to adopt IFRS for small
and medium-sized businesses
as generally accepted auditing
standards for the Bahamas,”
said Mr Chipman, speaking to
Tribune Business before the
meeting and vote.

“Tonight, we’re going to take
a vote on whether to adopt it.
We would be one of the last
countries in the region to adopt
it.”

Government to split
aitfare deal 50/50
with private sector

FROM page 1B

push to get more stopover visi-
tors to the Family Islands.
Bahamian-owned private air-
lines are sceptical about the
deal, however, as the Ministry
did not consult with them
before making the deal public.
Sky Bahamas’ chief execu-
tive, Captain Randy Butler,
expressed concern — that
Bahamasair, which recently
lowered its rates to the Family
Islands, will get top preference
due to those low fares.
However, Mr Johnson refut-
ed that claim, saying Bahama-
sair’s limited routes and inven-
tory will mean other airlines
must be used to move Visitors
to the islands. :
“Their [Bahamasair] limited
route and limited aircraft pre-
sents a tremendous opportuni-
ty for the other airlines,” he
said.

Majestic Holidays has been-
contracted to put together the

vacation packages, which must
include a four-night stay in
order to be eligible for the free
airfare offer to the Family
Islands. é

Philip Lightbourn, manager
of reservations and operations
at. Majestic, said the company
already does large amounts of
business with the smaller
Bahamian airlines,-as well as
Bahamasair.



He said local flights will have
to be booked depending upon
the time of visitors’ interna-
tional arrival to New Provi-
dence. Therefore, each airline,
with their various flight sched-
ules, will be able to benefit
from the promotion.

Mr Johnson added that each

airline would be paid based on °

their existing rate through the
promotion.

. Interested travellers can pur-
chase the packages online by
logging on to Bahamas.com or
myoutislands.com where they
will be linked to a site to tailor
it.

‘Mr Lightbourn said there will
most likely be continuos inter-
action with the guest and
Majestic in order to duly coor-
dinate the promotion, as “a lot
of people still don’t like to do
this online”.

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and. the date of commencement of
the dissolution is 30 December 2009.

Margaret Tatem-Gilbert and Lorna Kemp

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Last night’s meeting at the
British Colonial Hilton
involved a presentation on the
administrative and technical
requirements related to the
new IFRS standards, which Mr
Chipman said should reduce
audit fees and the process fac-
ing Bahamian small and medi-
um-sized firms if adopted.

“I would think it should

reduce the audit fees by at least .

10-20 per cent, because the dis-
closure requirements are not
as’much,” Mr Chipman told
Tribune Business.

Adoption of the IFRS stan-
dards, he explained, would low-
er the reporting and disclosure
requirements associated with
small and medium-sized com-
pany audits, something likely

to be welcomed by the
Bahamas Chamber of Com-
merce and other private sector
organisations, which have long
argued that prohibitive audit
costs have deterred many
Bahamian firms from hiring

' external auditors.

In a letter sent to BICA

members, Mr Chipman and.

Basil Ingraham, head of
BICA’s IFRS for small and
medium-sized business com-
mittee, said the IASB standard
defined these companies as
those that were not publicly
listed, and therefore had no
public accountability obliga-
tions.

In addition, these firms only
“publish general purpose finan-
cial statements for external

users. Examples of external
users include owners who are
not involved in managing the
business, existing and potential
creditors, and credit rating
agencies”.

“It’s for companies that have
no public accountability and
just publish general financial
statements for general users,
potentially creditors and credit
rating agencies,” Mr Chipman

told Tribune Business of the

IFRS standards.
“Tf you have debt and equity

instruments.that are not traded ~

in the public markets, you don’t
have full public accountability
and don’t have full disclosure
obligations.”

He added: “The benefit from
adopting these standards would

be that a lot of small and medi-
um-sized enterprises here are
not public entities. :

“Tf they do not have to fully
disclose their financial infor-
mation and use full disclosure,
the benefits would be reduc-
tions in the cost of audit fees.
There are lots of accounting
requirements that are not
required from small and medi-
um-sized enterprises, as with
full disclosure.”

Full disclosure, Mr Chipman
said, would require the provi-
sion of information such as bor-
rowing costs and how capital
was raised and expensed. Audit
fees would be reduced because
Bahamian accountants would
no longer have to check these
items.



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NOTICE
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
: (No.45 of 2000)

_ BRICK TRADING.
INVESTMENT LTD.

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section

Legal Notice

NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

~ (a) ALMA MANAGEMENT LTD. is in dissolution under the provisions of
the International Business Companies Act 2000.

(b) The Dissolution of said Company commenced: on March 9, 2010 when
its Articles of Dissolution were submitted and registered by the Registrar
General.

(c) The Liquidator of the said company is Zakrit Services Ltd. of 2nd Terrace
West, Centreville, Nassau, Bahamas.
137 (8) of the International Business Companies Act,

No.45 of 2000, the Dissolution of BRICK TRADING IN-
VESTMENTS LTD. has been completed, a Certificate of
Dissolution has been issued and the Company has there-

(d) All persons having Claims against the above-named Company are required
on or before the 21st day of April, 2010 to send their names and addresses
and particulars of their debts or claims to the Liquidator of the company or, in
default thereof, they. may be excluded from the benefit of any distribution
made before such debts are proved.

fore been struck off the Register. The date of completion

Meee of the dissolution was the 30th day of December, 2009.

ZAKRIT SERVICES LTD.

LIQUIDATOR OF THE ABOVE-NAMED COMPANY





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The ‘Book Ship’ to

sail into the Bahamas

By REUBEN SHEARER

Tribune Features Reporter

rshearer@tribunemedia.net

HE largest floating library

at sea will board tourist

and Bahamian passen-
gers in Nassau come March
26. People of the Caribbean
have come to know this large
vessel as “the book ship,”
said Janeen Nakazawa, a
spokesperson for the Logos

Hope.

It’s the ship that boards passengers
for just a buck affording them the
opportunity to purchase a variety of
books, dine in an international cafe,
and participate in an array of activities,
including a riveting cultural show.

Fresh off the coast of a five week
stay in Kingston, Jamaica, the Logos
Hope will be docked in Nassau for two

weeks.

Tickets for the cultural show set tai
Saturday April'3 from 7.30 to 9 pm

are $3 a person

Ms Nakazawa said the ship’s mis-
sion is not to cause’a rift between the
‘book ship’ and local book stores. In
fact, she said that on board the Logos
Hope, one may find a representative
from Logos Book Store (no affilia-
tion) or United Bookshop selling mer-

chandise.

“We give them space on the ship

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Freeport, Bahamas - It’s
back! If you missed the NYC
Comedy Club show last year
put on by the Grand Bahama
Performing Arts Society, you
don’t want io miss it this time.
As the society continues its
pledge to encourage a wide-
range of art forms on the
island, they are pleased to
present three stand-up comics
from celebrated comedy clubs
of New York City who will
perform two shows in Grand
Bahama on March 12 and 13.
Returning from last year is
Mexican-American Ricardo
Aleman who has appeared at

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and say whatever you have that we
don’t have, sell it,” Janeen. told Tri-
bune Entertainment.
Hope’s two week stint in the capital is
a continuation of their world tour.

On deck four of the ship, a cross-
section of items can be found, includ-
ing Christian music CDs, and a selec-
tion of about 7,500 titles covering a
plethora of topics related to science,

- sports, hobbies, cooking, the arts, eco-
nomics, medicine, dictionaries, lan-
guages, philosophy, and faith.

Gerard Vandepol of Holland, a civic
engineer said the purpose of the Logos
Hope was to “bring good education
into the world, and good literature for
countries who don’t have literature to

produce.”

the Edinburgh Festival in
Scotland as-well as being a
regular on the Sirius Radio
show “Four Quotas” and a
performer in NBC TV’s

“America’s Got Talent.”

Ricardo is also the webmaster
for DailyComedy.com, the

- first and only comedy specific

social networking website, as
well as the home of the hit
interactive comedy/variety
show “LateNet with Ray
Ellin.”

Honoured as one of the
“Ten Standout Stand-Ups

‘Worth Watching” by Back

Stage magazine, Ray Ellin is

He spoke of the ‘book ship’s’ benev-
olent efforts in countries like the
‘Philippines, where they discovered ten
university students sharing one book,
and through their own resources, were
able to provide them with more books.

In addition to donating books,
Logos crew members host free clinics
in poorer countries for the sick and
downtrodden. (See this Thursday’s:
Tribune ‘Religion for more informa-
tion on their acts of genuine expression
and international goodwill.)

To date, the Logos Hope has wel-
comed some 45 million visitors, since
the ship began sailing in 1970. ‘That fig-
ure is equal to roughly one in, every
200 of the world’s total population.

From the captain to the newest staff
member, each member of the crew is a

The Logos

and Korea.

comedy’s renaissance man:
comic, television host; actor,

' writer and filmmaker and the
host of “LateNet with Ray —

Ellin,” the first comedy/vari-
ety show to combine both in-
studio and online audiences,
live. The show features A-List
celebrities, top comedians,
and musical guests, and has
included Hank Azaria, Chevy
Chase, Fran Drescher,
Leonard Nimoy, and many
others.

Russ Meneve, a New Jer-

_sey native has been perform-

ing comedy in and around

New York City for the past



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non-salaried vohintoaPiaciuding many
’ serving in their professional capaci-
ties, such as seafarers, engineers, elec-
’ tricians, nurses, teachers and even
cooks who prepare full course meals in
the International cafe.

The crew is made up of children,
adults, and retirees. This opportunity
is afforded them through the constant
financial support of friends, family
members and civic organisations.

Three-hundred-and-fifty persons live
on board the ship, representing 48 dif-
ferent nationalities, including Papa
New Guinea, China, Japan, South
Africa, Barbados, Jamaica, Guyana

Cross-cultural encounters like this
provide crew members with valuable
opportunities to learn: new skills and |



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eight years where he has
honed his skills to an edge as

sharp as his material. Russ

made his debut on The
Tonight Show with rave
reviews from host, Jay Leno.
Russ is a regular. performer

t “Comedy Cellar”, the
“Comic Strip” and “Caro-
line’s.” He is a founder of the
“New York Comedians Coali-
tion” which has over 300 oth-
er New. York based comedi-
ans as their members. The
coalition represents the come-
dians of the city and negoti-
ates better payment for come-
dians performing in the clubs

develop character. The unique living
situation presents many challenges,
and life on board is a constant exercise
in adjusting, adapting and learning to
appreciate the differences of others all
while sharing close quarters. /
Everyone on board has stopped the |
routine of normal life, uprooting them- |
selves from loved ones, to live on the |
sea. This volunteering opportunity
requires each crew member to make a
two commitment to sail around the
world to bring knowledge, help; hope, |
and to do relief assistance and practical |
work.
In a year’s time the’ ‘Logos Hope will |
be able to boast of having one million |
visitors on board. To date, the ship |
averages about 3,000 people a day |
when they dock in international ports. &





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He means funny business!
The Grand Bahama Per-:
forming Arts Society was cre-
ated:to bring professional
artists and performers from
around the world to audiences
in,Grand Bahama. Drawing
from Bahamian and interna-
tional talent, a number of per-
formances are planned
throughout the year. Proceeds
are used for the advancement
of Grand Bahama students of
the performing arts. To
become a fan on Facebook,
search ‘Grand Bahama Per-
forming Arts Society.’

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1. Nassau Institute’s
Presentation with Dr
Lawrence White

‘e The Nassau Institute holds
a three-course dinner pre-

sentation from Dr Lawrence
White on the topic “What
Kind of Monetary Institu-
tion Would Be Best for The

/ Bahamas-a Central Bank

Currency Board or Private
Currency?” on Thursday,
March 11 at 6:30pm in the
Atlantis Conference Centre, :
Paradise Island. Cost: $65
pp. Drinks and parking ©
additional. Contact Richard
(Rick) Lowe, T: 328-6529 or
E: rick@nassauinstitute.org.
See www.nassauinstitute.org

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2. Antique Auto

Show 2010.

e Take a look at antique cars
in this 2010 Antique Auto
Show held in loving memory
of founding member Charles
Johnson. The event will be
on Saturday, March 13, from
12pm-Spm at Arawak Cay.
Show includes a steak out,
with proceeds in aid of
Progress Academy and The
Bahamas Association for
Physically Disabled. T: 328-
1576 or 357-7028. See
www.antiqueautosba-
hamas.com

3. Rotary Club’s 7th
Annual Horse Show
& Steak Out

e The Rotary Club of New
Providence hosts its 7th

Annual Horse Show and
Steak Out, all day at

“€amperdown Stables, Win-

ton Highway, March 13 -
March 14. Steak: $10. Chick-
en: $10. Proceeds in aid of
community projects' fund.
For more information email:
jlvargas29@hotmail.com.

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4. “A Sudden and
Violent Change”.
Art Exhibit

e The Hub hosts a cross-dis-
ciplinary art exhibition enti-
tled “A Sudden and Violent
Change”; March 12 - March
31, 10am-10pm daily. Come
out and show your support
for local artists! T: 322-4333..

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5. Hellenic Ball
2010: “A Night at

the Acropolis”
° The Hellenic Ball Com-
mittee invites you to take
part in their 2010 ball in the
Imperial Ballroom, Atlantis,
Sunday, March 13 at 7pm.
Music by A Night in Athens
Trio and Modern Vintage.
Attire: black tie. Donation:
$250. Part proceeds in aid of
The Bahamas Boy Scout
Association and The Royal
Bahamas Police Force
Dependent’s Trust. RSVP
and tickets: Irene Miaoulis
424-0400 or Kathryn °
Klonaris: 362-5665. E:
imiaoulis@yahoo.com



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
and share your story.












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TRANSFORMING
SPACES - the popular art
bus tour that visits several

art galleries over two days
will take place this week-
end. Patrons will visit nine
spaces: Doongalik Studios
Art Gallery at Village
Road, Ladder Gallery at
NPCC, New Providence
Art & Antiques, Pink 'Un,
Popop Studios, Post House
Gallery, PRO Gallery at
COB, StingraeStudio and
The Hub. Each space will
be specifically transformed
for the occasion and
patrons will experience a
panoply of art forms and.
expression during the 5
hour Tour. They will have
a chance to meet the
artists over drinks and
-, refreshments. All buses
will leave daily from the
NAGB promptly at 10.am.
Tickets ate $30 and are
on sale at the National Art
Gallery, Doongalik Stu-
dios Village Road and the
Ladder Gallery.
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profiles of the spaces in
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New Providence

Art and Antiques

e Lillian Blades will have her first

* major exhibit in Nassau in over twelve

years. Entitled, "Reconnecting", the
show will be held at New Providence
Art & Antiques during Tine
Spaces 2010.

Lillian Blades was born in 1973 in
Nassau,’Bahamas. She received a
BFA in Ait from the Savannah Col-
lege of Art and Design and an MFA
from Georgia State University.

She also studied at the Skowhegan
School of Painting and Sculpture in
Maine and Caversham in KwaZulu
Natal South Africa.

Her work has appeared in solo and

group exhibitions throughout the
United States, The Bahamas,

Trinidad, Germany, and south Africa.
Her work has been commissioned for
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Interna-
tional Airport and The East Atlanta
Library and is in the collection of the

Birmingham Museum.of Art and the ,

National Art Gallery of The Bahamas.
New Providence Art & Antiques
specialises in both contemporary and
historical art of the Bahamas, and just
recently moved to a new location on
East Street,in downtown Nassau.

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A sudden and

violent change .

¢ The Hub.announces their upcom-
ing cross-disciplinary art exhibition, A

- Sudden And Violent Change, sched-

uled for the Transforming Spaces Tour
on March 13 and 14 and open to the
public from March 12 - March 31, 2010.

The exhibition, which is comprised
of both literary and visual arts, is The
Hub's first exhibit for 2010 and by far

‘the most ambitious art exhibition the
gallery has undertaken since their —

inception in 2008. It is also the Hub's
official contribution to the 2010 edition
of the Transforming Spaces art tour.

What makes this project’so exciting —

js the physical transformation the

gallery will be taking on.

The exhibition itself, A Sudden
And Violent Change - featuring the
works of twenty diverse writers and
visual artists - demands the two dif-
ferent disciplines to engage in a sym-
biotic partnership to produce ten dip-
tychs. From this cross-disciplinary
relationship, the diptychs become not
only a space where the literal and
conceptual content or Subjects of A
Sudden And Violent Change are
explored, but also a‘playing field in
which the disciplines themselves can
actively dialogue and critique one
another as relevant and appropriate
forms of communication.

In this way the exhibit chooses to
draw attention to the mediums and

how their nature and relationship to ‘

one another affect our understanding
of the world around us. In particular,
their role in maintaining the past, cre-
ating the present and implementing
change for the future.

“In A Sudden And Violent Change,
we have aimed to. critique society and,
by extension, the tools we use to com-

municate these criticisms; in.this case
through two different yet deeply inter-
twined artistic disciplines - the literary
arts: words; the visual arts: images.
“Therefore, what viewers must con-

sider while participating in this exhib- .
it is not only the affiliation between
violence and change both locally and
globally but, in addition, how the con-
cepts themselves manifest within us

through the. translation expressed by

these specific mediums: words and
images.” says co-curator, Jon Murray.

Potential viewers to the exhibition
may be concerned due to the aggres-
sive and potentially harsh implication
of the exhibition's reference to vio-
lence. However, both curators believe
this association to be absolutely nec-
essary when actively pushing for
change.

Co-curator Sonia Farmer explains,

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-“In the Bahamas,. and even in the

wider Caribbean and world, violence
is part of everyday life. It can be sud-'
den and tragic, or quiet and innocuous
= but it touches all of our lives. And

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out some small part of violence, some

small death within ourselves, or with-
in others, or within the boundaries of
society and the world. \
However, what this theme asks for
is not violence itself. It does not ask-us
to take up arms against those we wish
violence upon. It asks artists to hold
up a mirror to the violence they see
happening at home and abroad - to
themselves, or to their brothers and
sisters, or even to an unlikely
stranger.”
. A Sudden and Violent. Change is
co-curated by Jon Murray of The Hub
and Sonia Farmer of Poinciana Paper
Press. The participating writers and
visual artists include; Obediah Michael

‘Smith, Lavar Munroe, Helen Klonaris,

Scharad Lightbourne, Christian Camp-
bell, Jace McKinney, Angelique V.
Nixon, Kishan Munroe, Keisha Lynne
Ellis, Heino ‘Schmid, Christi
Cartwright, Holly Parotti, Anku Sa
Ra, Susan Moir Mackay, Janice Lynn,

Stevie Burrows, Xan-Xi Bethel, Lind-

say Braynen, Nakia Pearson and Jack-
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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

#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

BBF #512
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 325l, :

5 extra original tires, booming system, fully
customize, led tale lights, angle eye halo head
lights, asking $5,500 ONO serious inquires only
ph# 423-5560 / 392-4516



BBF #517

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

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



2008 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, $8,500O0NO
ph 324-6356/454-7473



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



BBF #534

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
ph# 434-3055 / 677-5230



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




BBF #550.







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







BBF #542
2005 HONDA ACCORD,
Jeather interior, 20” rims, very clean,
asking $14,500 ono

BBF #551
ph# 468-2740 2002 Ford F-150

Double cab, asking $10,000 OBO
ph# 434-6847



2006 HONDA ACCORD,
2dr, V-6, 5- Speed, leather sunroof, asking
$15,000 OBO,
PH# 393-3622-456-4399

1996 Mercedes C230,
A/C, CD Player, Excellent condition, Pwr

Everything, asking $7,500
ph# 394-2122 / 393-7900

IBBF #555







IBBF #556
2003 Honda Accord coupe,

4 cylinder, silver ext, black int, A/C, CD Player,
Pwr Everything, excellent condition, asking
$10,300 ONO
ph# 423-6518 / 454-7507

IBBF #544
2003 Honda Accord, EX,
4 dr, white exterior, w/ tan leather interior, 6 disc
CD Changer, navigation touch screen, alarm
system, asking $10,500 ONO :
Owner leaving Island.
ph# 429-4770





BBF #561

2007 Honda Accord,
2dr, coupe, A/C, CD Player, tan leather interior,
4 asking $18,000 ono

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BBF #545
1991 Mercedes Benz,
A/C, Leather interior, Pwr Everything, Excellent
condition, $8,000 asking
ph# 394-2122 / 393-7900



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2001 FORD EXCURSION,
white ext, tan interior, 3 TV,S Slamming system,
22” rims, new tires, runs great
$18,500 ONO phi# 449-5239

BBF #565
1994 CHEVY, FULL SIZED, BLAZER,
TV + System, tan interior, 4*4 custom paint job,
20” Chrome rims, $5,500 ONO
ph #449-5239

BBF #568
2006 Honda Accord LX,
Silver exterior, black cloth interior, A/C, CD
Player, 45,000 ml, asking $15,500 ONO
ph# 341-2338 / 434-0882

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BBF #569 | 3
2006 Honda Accord V6,

Honda Grey ext, leather int, sunroof, touch
screen, XM, CD Changer, Pwr Everything,
excellent condition,
ph# 427-9199 / 422-3150 / 565-5679

BBF #571
1999 HONDA ACCORD,
right Hand drive, grey exterior, dark grey
exterior, A/C, CD Player, tints, sunrrof,
mahogany trim, AID Factory Lights, excellent
running condition, clean inside out, asking
$5,500 ONO
ph# 425-2207 / 323-4618



2007 HONDA ACCORD,

Black interior, CD Player, A/C, 4 CYLINDER,
clean title, asking $19,500 ONO
Serious inquires only
ph# 328-0002/ 324-5710



BBF #575 ‘
2005 G35 Coupe,
low mileage, clean title, automatic, tip tonic,
leather interior, sunroof, boozing sound system,
spoiler, motivated lady sealer, financing
available, asking $18,000 ONO, two available 1
six speed, and the other automatic,
ph# 395-3057 / 535-1056



BBF #577
HONDA ACCORD
2005 White Exterior, v6, leather, sunroof, XM
Radio, touch screen, CD Change, excellent
condition, Pwr Everything, must see
ph# 422-3150 / 427- 9199

BBF #581
2006 FORD FUSION,
nice condition, must see to appreciate,
asking. $15,000 ONO
ph #426-4565

BBF #586 ;
2001 CHEVY TAHOE,
balck, clean title, third row seats, leather seats,
asking $8,500 OBO
ph# 424-0802/502-2278





1998 Honda Accord,
sunroof, leather interior, V6, Factory rims,
asking $4000 OBO,
Also 1997 Domani Honda needs front repair,
asking $1,000 OBO
ph# 324-6559 454-2395

BBF #596 ‘
2006 HONDA ACCORD Ex,
Chrome accessories, 20” rims, new tires, sun
roof, asking $13,500-ONO,
ph# 454-4853

.2003 HONDA ACCORD
clean inside. out, just land in Nassau 3 months
ago, low miles, A/C, Cold like ice, 6 Disc Cd
Changer, Player on 22” asking $10,500 ONO
without rims asking $9,500 ono
ph# 445-5088 / 432-8719

BBF #597 .
_1998 Honda Accord,
Clean in & out, very cold AC, CD Player, Power
everything, asking $5300 ONO,
431-2930 / 326-6812








2008 NISSAN ALTIMa, BBF #598

Push start, HID Lights, fully loaded, Cruise
Control, No damage, 22” rims, asking $17,000
ph# 356-0339 / 525-2181

2003 Nissan Maxima
, leather interior, 6 disc changer, AC, sunroof,
silver exterior, light grey interior, asking $7,500,
ph# 465-3776






2003 JAGUAR, PVD,
20” rims, everything working,
_ asking $15,000 ONO,
ph# 362-6370 (after 5pm) leave message

BBF #593
1993 HONDA ACCORD,
Automatic, need transmission, asking $ 1,000,
ph# 242-464-3860



2001 NISSAN BLUE BIRD,
Standard Shift, rag top, satellite radio, CD
player 4 dr.,
asking $5,500 OBO,
ph# 556-7171

BBF #595

2000 ISUZU RODEO,
good: condition, asking $5,500 OBO ph# 454-
” 2518 / 525-4827






2004 Honda Accord,

Burgundy, fully loaded, with audio sound
system, asking 11,000 ONO, serious inquires
lonly, Also 1999 Honda Civic, White, immaculate}
condition, runs well, asking 3,500 ONO,
ph# 326-5267 ,556-6499,465-8630

2002 FORD EXPLORER,
22”"rims new shock, new gall joints, fully serviced)
with or without rims,
asking $7,500 w/rims, .
ph# 392-0943 / 426-8323

IBBF #603

1998 Dodge Ram 1500,
V8 engine, Dual cab, AC, Pioneer, CD player,
Kill switch, alarm, Clean title, Clean inside out,
$9,000 ONO, /
2009 Stainless Steel, Brand new Hot dog stand,
bought for $5,200, asking $4,500,
525-9191/954-7035-009



BBF #609
1997 HONDA CIVIC,
fully Pwr, A/C, Excellent condition, asking
$3,800, Also 1992 Honda Accord, asking $1,200
ONO call for further info
ph# 341-7226 / 552-9767 / 544-2187





2001 Lincoln town Limo,

asking $20,000, with 205 front end,
2007 HONDA CIVIC EX,

White, fully loaded, Alloyed wheels, asking price
too low to advertise,
ph# 376-6180 / 324-7068

ph# 457-3016 / 556-7591









BBF #611
2003 ACURA 3.2 TL,

excellent condition, tan leather interior, sunroof,
power everything, 6 disc CD changer, asking
$7,500 OBO, Also 2002 Ford F-150 Double
Cab, Good Condition, CD player, Triton V8,
asking $8,000 OBO,

ph# 434-0758 / 364-2241



IBBF #605
2007 NISSAN TITAN, -

V8 engine, 4 door, fully powered,

backup camera, asking $19,900,

ph# 454-1245 / 327-1888,

BBF #616 ,

2003 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution,
turbo charge, 3 inch exhaust, HTS cams, tubular
manifold, racing clutch, big injectors fully tunes,
upgrade intercooler & piping, aluminum radiator,
fiberglass fenders, wideband.boost gauge, turbo
timer, AC, $19,000 OBO,
day 429-5798/night 324-2178

BBF #607

2007 Chevy Tahoe,
Low mileage, fully loaded, asking $30,000
ONO, serious inquires only,

ph# 425-8675














BBF #617

G35 2003 INFINITI,
fully loaded, asking $12,500 ONO, ph# 565-
7725 / 323-4364

BBF #618
2007 Toyota Tundra 5.7,
clean title, 7.000 miles asking $25,000
ONO, Cherry Red exterior, :
Phone # 468-3204/361 -6354

BBF #619
2004 Durango, .

AC, CD player, 22” rims, sound system, satellite
system, alarm system, good condition, asking
eS 8,000 with rims ONO, without rims asking
$16,000, price negotiable, ph# 436-4222



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



- 1999 BLUE BIRD,
Good Running condition, One Owner, asking
$4,500 or nearest offer,
ph# 455-5711



WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010, PAGE 5

BBF #626
2000 Acura TL 3.2,

Leather interior, Sun roof, Satellite Radio,
Navigation System, clean title, Just arrived U.S.
Model, asking $8,500, ph# 395-9346 / 465-6543

/ 242-533-2076

BBF #627

2002 Honda civic LX,

2 door, silver exterior, black interior, 20” chrome
rims, sound system, original Honda rims,
$6,000 without dvd player and $7,500 with dvd
player must sell, owner leaving island,
ph470-1080/470-1318 0

BBF 511
2000 LAND ROVER,
excellent condition,
asking $9,000 ONO
PH# 322-1137

BBF#529

2000 HONDA ACCORD .
Asking $4,500 obo, -

ph#376 0857 or 324-2406

RIB # 648
3 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



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RIB #251 :

For Sale 2006 Chrysler 300 ©
Champagne exterior, Black interior, 24” rims,
CD payer, AC, HID head and Fog lights, fully

pwr, clean inside, just serviced, runs great,
asking $23,000.00 ONO
contact 454-8806.

2005 CHEVROLET COLORADO
White exterior with tan interior .

Just in from the US, clean title, low miles, AC, ,

leather interior, like new, runs good.
$10,000.00 ono
4 cylinder engine.
Call 341-1124 cell 477-3206 or
395-1878



- 1999 FORD TAURUS
Ac, remote start, alarm, sound system, power
reverse mirror & knight rider lights. |
In good running condition.

Asking $3,000.00 ono
433-6743 or 393-1653

RIB #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 #504

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



RIB #509
2007 DODGE DURANGO
Silver exterior with grey interior
Excellent condition, DVD, sat radio,
20,00C miles. Asking $21,900.00
Call 394-0709



RIB #512
1992 FORD B700 BUS FOR SALE
By owner. Asking $4,500, price negotiable.
Tel# 3771149 Wright

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

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

TRIB #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 piayer, air conditioned Asking
$8,000.00 ono
Call 341-8221 cell 457-1303 or 361-6758






RIB #6
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 exterior with black interior, 4 doors
AC, CD, Just like new, clean title, low mileage.
Just.in from the states, fully serviced
Asking $30,000.00
Call 364-3691 cell 557-1205

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

RIB #677
1997 Green Ford Ranger XLT
A/C, Stereo, clean in and out.
"$4,500 ONO
Tel 225-3666

RIB #672
2007 FORD EXPEDITION, SUV JEEP
Pearl white exterior, PW
$20,000.00
Call 394-6494 cell 429-5344 or 225-9035

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



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







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 #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 #693 :
2008 HONDA EX
‘Dark blue exterior with grey interior. Fully
loaded, 09 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 neg
Call 328-0677 cell 556-1215 in mint condition.

RIB #696

2004 FORD F-150
Tan exterior with tan interior
extended cab.
$15,000.00
call 341-7997 cell.436-6432

RIB #727 :
2008 HONDA ACCORD COUPE
Silver exterior, black‘leather interior,
Serious inquiries only! Owner leaving |
island. Clean title, low miles.

: $28,000.00
Call between 9 a.m --5 p.m 394-0912/6

1991 TOYOTA HIACE
White & red, 7 seater, great for parts or repair,
Need injector pump. Asking $1500
Call 328-4444 -

RIB #702 .
1996 AUDI A 4

Green exterior, black & grey interior, -
AC, sunroof, very clean leather interior & CD

player, no key entry & alarm system

price for quick sale. $2,700.00_neg
must go
Call 558-9963 cell 636-6628



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RIB #704
YALE FORKLIFT
7,000 cap
$12,000.00
Excellent condition, diesel.
Call 377-3191 or 556-5098

TRIB #705

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

TRIB #

‘ 2007 Pontiac G6,
Silver Enterior,A/C, C/D on 22" rims
Low miles, runs excellent

- $11,500.00 o.n.o
2006 Chevy Impala LT
White Enterior, leather,sunroof, wing
L.E.D lights, extra clean
26,000 miles, asking $11,500.00 o.n.o
1 (242) 646-7370



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







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 376-4741

2001 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior, grey interior, ac, cd player, HID
headlights, clean in and out, running in top.
shape, $6,000 o.b.o
2000 HONDA ACCORD
Green EX, clean in and out, leather seats,
SunrooF, $5,000. PH: 636-3001 or 468-7562

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

TRIB #718

1987 BMW 528i
Blue exterior, grey interior, car just like new,
garage kept, 15,000 miles. Must see t
appreciate, $2,500 o.b.o. :
2002 HONDA ACCORD V-6
Extra clean just in from U.S, needs minor parts,
$5,000 o.b.o.
* Ph: 392-3141 or 636-3001

~WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010, PAGE 7

RIB #719
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

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RIB #721
2009 NISSAN MAXIMA
Pearl white exterior with tan & black interior, 4
door, super deal, very clean, low miles, 22”
‘wheels, sunroof, 6 cd player
All the toys, Must see, let’s make a deal 552-
3329 or 454-6484

RIB #723
2004 NISSAN ALTIMA
Burgundy exterior with grey interior.
$12,000.00 ono
Automatic, CD player, cold air, very clean, low
miles, 20” chrome wheels. Nice ride, no
reasonable offer refused. Call 466-4012 or 552-
3329 -

2002 CHEVY IMPALA
With CD player, $5,700.00
1995 FIREBIRD
Black exterior with AC, and CD changer.
$3,500.00 Cell 426-4893

2004 CHEVY AVALANCHE
Red exterior charcoal interior. Fully loded, all
the toys, 4 wheel drive, automatic, 4 doors. Off
road package. Nice truck at a super deal
No reasonable offer refused. $15,000.00 ono
Call 552-3329 or 454-6484





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2004 FORD F-150 SUPER CREW
Charcoal grey exterior, grey interior. fully loaded,
4 doors. $16,000.00 ono
Serious enquiries only.
ph# 525-0831




RIB #729
2000 CHEVY IMPALA
Navy blue exterior with tan interior
$5,800.00 obo
Tints, AC, CD, PW. In excellent condition
Call 482-5634. Seriuus enquiries only.

RIB #729

2008 KIA CERATO
Black exterior, grey interior. March special, one
owner, car in excellent condition, 1 year factory
warranty included. $13,500 O.N.O.
Ph: 225-2494 or 424-3763

TRIB #745

1998 HONDA ACCORD
Black exterior with grey interior
$4,800.00
Black 18” chrome rims.
Call 433-8350 or 456-1148

&TRIB #735

2006 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior with tan/leather interior, 2 door,
sunroof, alarm, power windows, sound system,
automatic. Owner leaving Island.
Must see to appreciate.
call 395-3895

2005 HONDA ACCORD
Black exterior, 4 door.
$8,500.00
Cell 434-1919

1998-F 150 Completely customize,
over 14k invested ‘in after market
parts/accessories, 2006 factory Ford
engine, transmission cooler, hydraulic
shocks, flowmasters, 22’s two alarms,
kenwood speakers and much more.
Save thusands over new.zero down
payment for atlantis & Gov't
employees who have been working two
years or more & can get salary
deduction.

Only $12,500.00
For more pics & datails
dawkinsauto @ hotmail.com
Call 361-3262/395-0183, 24/7

1983 ZIMMER EXCALIBUR |
; CLASSIC. :
ONE OF A KIND IN THE BAHAMAS!
Leather interior, low mileage, fully
loaded,
a rare opportunity,
Asking $35,000 ono.
Cant beat this deal!!

Ph 324-1476 ©
during office fhours- 9:am- 5:00pm










2002 FORD MUSTANG
Grey exterior with cool grey interior
$6,000.00. Leather seats, air condition. Runs

great, fresh on the Island.
Call 465-7051



RIB #740
2001 SUBARU WRX STI7

Silver exterior with black/blue interior, 4 door

sedan. RHD, JDM, 98,000 kms/61,000 miles
276 bup, brembo brakes, 6 speed manual, new

“front rotors, very Clean interior.
$8,500.00 obo
Call 242-422-1271 or 242-4221271

FOR SALE
1999 DODGE RAM
15 seater with TV
$6,000.00 ono
2001 NISSAN CARAVAN
10 seater with meter and remote alarm
$15,000.00 ono
call

323-8440











TRIB #758
2000 FORD MUSTANG
Red exterior with beige interior
$4,500.00
Convertiable. Cell 468-8500















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RIB #743 .
1997 HONDA ACCORD

Gold exterior with champagne interior, 4 doors
$5,000.00. Ice cool Ac, CD player, look like
brand new, runs like a dream, sunroof, power
everything, extra clean, completely customize

_Only one in Nassau. ‘
call 565-6834 535-7540





RIB #743

1999 HONDA PRELUDE,

Black exterior with black interior, 2 door sport
Carbon Fiberhood, Stick Shift, Halo Projector
sunroof and extras. Headlights $6,500

Contact: 448-9643




RIB #744

2009 HONDA ACCORD i
Dark grey exterior with grey interior. $29,500.00!
Excellent condition, mileage 11,000, CD player. |
Power windows and doors. i
Call 364-2800 or 395-0090 ; |

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1997 TOYOTA LAND CRUISER

Black exterior with beige interior

Rebuilt performance engine with turbo, look

and drives great. .

$8,000.00 stereo upgrade with DVD. Brand!

new rims and tires 22” |

3rd row seat, tinted windows, leather
interior. Fully loaded

$22,000.00 obo

Call 363-556 cell 424-9924




RIB #762
_2009 HONDA ACCORD EXL \
2 door, grey exterior with black/leather interior |

Fully loaded, sunroof, fog lamps, under 7k miles, ;

still dealer warranty, clean title. |
Lady teacher leaving island. $26,000.00
Serious inquiries only. Cell 558-0504







TRIB #745




ee #746



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| FOUR DOOR GOOD RUNNING CONDITION

TRIB #748

2001 CHEVY IMPALA
Blue exterior with grey interior, 4 door car,

AC i ,
Call 376-5944

_ 2004 HONDA ACURA YL
Excellent condition, six disc CD changer, AC,
power everything, 20” chrome rims

$12,000.00 ,
Cell 425-2468

2002 HONDA ACCORD

Silver exterior with grey/leather interior, 4 door

: $6,800.00 ono
four door, siver exterior with grey interior, AC,
sunroof, standard shift,
Good condition. Call 341-4435 or 465-6472

eS
RIB #749
1996 VOLKSWAGON VENTO

$2,500.0.N.O.
1996 HONDA ACCORD EX
FOUR DOOR WITH SUN ROOF EQUIPPED
WITH. PRESTIGE ALARM SYSTEM.
$5,000.
_ CALL 424-4844 OR 324-9858 BETWEEN
9am — 9pm



















TRIB #774

2004 DODGE RAM 1500
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, tail pipe. Financing Available
Call 477-0069°

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RIB #750
1998 MITSUBISHI! LANCER
White exterior with grey interior
One owner, Wants $2,300.00,
AC good condition
Call 394-4450or 395-2

IB #752
1997 HONDA PRELUDE JAPENSE
Maroon exterior with black leather interior, 2
door ,RH drive, H22 motor.
$5,500.00 obo
Fast car tiptronic transmission, power locks,
windows, tinted rims.
Call 362-1809 /426-781 1leave message.

RIB #755
2010 FORD EXPLORER XLT
Black exterior, leather interior.
$35,000.00
Transferable 3 years warranty and first 5
services are free. Cell 466-7280



RIB #756
2010 FORD MUSTANG
Light blue exterior, black interior, 2 door.
$25,000.00
A steal, excellent condition.
Cell 423-0636





RIB #778 -
2006 Honda Civic 4Dr LX *
Sold As Is!
Auto, A/C, Power Doors/Windows, Factory CD
Player
Good Condition

Asking: $10,000.00
For More Information: 394-4441 or 396-0700 Ext
‘ 5029
(Mondav- Friday from 9am — Spm)

powers



















RIB #747
2001 FORD EXPEDITION
Blue exterior with grey interior. Clean title, AC

screen, mp3. 24” rims, 3rd row seats
$9,000.00
also 300ZX $4,000.00
Call 324-6537 cell 465-0063

RIB #760 S
2000 MERCEDES BENZ
Silver exterior, grey interior, 19” chrome
custom mercedes rims, fully loaded,
performance tires, 1 owner,CD changer, power
everything, sunroof, In immaculate condition
Asking $18,500.00 ono
Call 427-2125 or 376-5997

2001 HONDA CIVIC EX SEDAN
Silver exterior, grey interior, one owner, clean
title, power everything, ice cold AC, CD player,

anti theft alarm system, always serviced on time,

sunroof, brand new tires, dual airbags.
alloy wheels. Asking $10,000.00 ono
call 427-2125,376-5997

2000 BUICK LESABRE

white exterior, Big body, spacious, rides smooth;

cold ac,’good on gas. $ 4500 ono.
Also rims available for this car if wanted,
ask for Demetrius.

Tel: 565-8612 or 392-5259

RIB #783 ae :
. 1999 FORD MUSTANG
White exterior. $6,500.00 ono
This ia a steal. G.T V8 engine P.S leather
|



interior. Car in good condition.
Cell 4371-2922

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010, PAGE 9














cold, leather. Fully loaded, run good. DVD touch



RIB #753










1994 LEXUS ES 300
cream /tan exterior
Price $2,900.00
Serious Inquires Only Please








Call 448-1421 or 448-1422



RIB #763
CHEVEROLET ASTRO VAN
White exterior with dark blue interor
$5,500.00 obo
- Runs great. In good condition. Excellent work
van, reliable.
Call 323-0664 cell 466-5378 -6r 356-0403

RIB #764 -
1999 NISSAN ALTIMA
Black saa! with brown interior, four door
AC, sunroof,CD and tape player, power
windows, clean in and out. -
Asking $4,000.00 ono
Call 558-7723

RIB #767 :
- 2005. CHEVY COBALT,
Stick Shift, A/C, CD, low mileage
’ 4 cylinders. Clean title, $7,500.00
1 (242) 465-2068

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Silver exterior, AC, CD, excellent.condition
Asking $7,200.00

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RIB #775
2008 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior tan interior. Just in
Clean 15k miles, just serviced like new
Immaculate, must sell will appreciate
Serious inquiries only. $24,000 obo
361-1310 or 425-6384

RIB #776
: 2007 SILVER TOYOTA SUV
One owner, brand new condition
7,000.00 plus miles, fully: loaded
Asking $36,000.00
This is a $54k car. Call 242-363-1270 or 363-
3358 or 362-0347

RIB #778
2005 FORD
FIVE HUNDRED LIMITED EDITION
Burgundy exterior, tan/leather inter,or. 4
door.Fully loaded, sunroof, ice cold AC, fog
lights, coded keyless entry, only 40k miles,
Immaculate condition, garage kept.
$13,000 ono
Call 361-7912 or 432-6682,552-4331

TRIB. #733 L ‘
2005 DODGE MAGNUM
Blue Mortal Combat Custom Design Paint
22 Inch Rims HID Headlights
2 Fifteen Inch Audiopipe Subwoofers
2 6x9 Audiopipe Speakers 4 Microdome
Tweeters 2000W Hifonics Monoblock AMP
7 inch Jensen Indash DVD/CD Player
$17,000 1(242)727-2924

RIB #797
2002 CHEVY CAVILIER
Sports sedan, navy blue w/grey interior,
complete. spoiler kit, integrated tail light in wing,
chrome tip muffler, twin spoke wheels, just
serviced, fuel efficient cold AC. $4,800.00
call 395-01 83/361-3262 24/7. Leave message

RIB #780
1997 Honda Prelude Coupe 2000
Excellent running condition, red exterior with
dark interior, automatic, right hand drive,
sunroof, tinted windows, low mileage (55,300m),
28 mpg in traffic
Price $7,100, Call 357-7139

TRIB #784
FOR SALE
2001 MERCEDES BENZ CLK 430 V8
CONVERTIBLE
BLUE METALLIC EXTERIOR - BLUE ROOF
$17.000.00 ONO
CALL: 424-2863

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RIB #782
2003 NISSAN MAXIMA
Gold exterior. tan/leather interior, clean title, 40k
miles. 20” chrome wheels, HID head lights,
$8,500.00 obo
2002 CHEVY TAHOE, leather, 3 tv's
Call anytime
324-0961 or 422-5113/424-4273

JUST IN FROM US

1997 CADILLAC SEVILLE STS
In good running condition.
$3,500.00 ono

. Call 326-4503 or 465-2432

RIB #810
2004 DODGE NEON
Silver exterior with grey interior. Standard shift
$7000.00 ono
Very clean, cold Ac,
Call 394-1197

RIB #785

1997 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER VAN
Brown exterior, tan interiorAC, good condition
$3,000.00
all 325-9185 cell 456-8584

RIB #786 ;
2006 HYUNDAI TUSCAN
White exterior, grey interior,
under 25,000 miles, fuel efficient,
‘good condtion. $13,900.00
Call 356-4945 or 535-6271

2003 HYUNDAI XG 350L
Silver exterior with black/mahogany wood
leather interior, 4 door, CD, AC, fully loaded,
sunroof
$3,000.00 ono
Needs transmission work
Call 376-0457 cell 341-3546

2003 NISSAN MAXIMA
Black exterior, black interior, 6 disc changer,
lether interior, clean.in and out, minor damage
to front bumper and head, needs radiator.
$4,500 O.N.O.
Phone 324-6435, 456-0572, 636-7339

RIB #828 z
1997 FORD EXPEDITION
Maroon exterior $6,000.00 ono
Just in from the US.
clean title, runs good, Excellent condition.
$6,000.00 ono
* 433-5339/324-9739 565-7177

THE TRIBUNE

RIB #789
1998 ACURA INTEGRA
Red & gold exterior, dark grey interior, 2 dr
coupe, customized paint, fully loaded, power
windows, moon roof, stage 3 racing clutch, H.!.D
headlights , carbon fiber tail lights. $7,000
O.B.O. Ph: 394-4442 or 426-7213

95 NISSAN SKYLINE GTS-T FOR SALE.
65,000 miles: manual transmission: 400rwhp
safely tuned car: major performance upgrades:
extremely powerful and fast car.
Not for the faint of heart. Asking $12,000.
Serious Inquiries call 242-456-3370

RIB #790 " a
2004 NISSAN MAXIMA
: 22” rims,
Multi Media system.
$16,500.00 obo
Cell 426-2897 or 323-3028

2003 INFINTI G-35 SEDAN
: $8,000.00
Serious inquiries only. Cell 376-5405

2000 CHEVY BLAZER
Tan exterior with black interior
alarm, remote start CD player $5,500.00
Call 466-0753 or 556-8292





THE TRIBUNE



TRIB #798
| 2001 FORD VAN E-350
| Green exterior with black interior
. 15 passenger van
Clean in and out Ac cold, runs wells.
$10,000.00 °
1996 FORD RANGER
$6,000.00
Foreign direct, AC, CD, runs wells.
Call 636-5263 or 436-4251



[TRIB #799
1996 FORD RANGER
Red exterior with grey interior
$4,000.00
AC cold. Runs well. Just in from Foreign
Call 636-5263 or 436-4251

TRIB #808
2003 CADILAC ESCALADE
Black exterior with tan interior $18,000.00 ono
Runs’s perfect, just jump in and ride.
Everything factory and working
Call 361-4736 cell 455-2476



RIB #809 TS -

1996 NISSAN SENTRA B13

Green exterior with brown interior

. 4 door. $3,000.00 obo

Stick, 17” chrome rims, AC set
cell 454-9711

TRIB #842 .
2007 HONDA ACCORD

| Black exterior, black leather interior,
r sunroof, xm radio.15,000 miles.

| $23,000.00 ono

t Clean title. “Must sell.”
Phone 325-6306 or 636-0726























811

2005 MITSUBISHI MONTERO SPORT
Green exterior with grey interior, 20” chrome

rims tires, good engine, runs excellent, AC, CD,

Call me now 433-2139, 426-3604
* Serious enquiries only.



2003 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN
White exterior with grey interior $9,500.00 ono
wood grain dash, pioneer sound system, -
custom rear lights.
One of a kind. Must see to appreciate.
> License until January 2011
Call 361-4711 cell 449-9004
or 558-5806

1998 NISSAN CEFINO
Silver exterior with grey interior $7,000.00
luxury, sounds’ system, power everything,
like new.
: Call 393-3355 cell 535-7550

2000 MERCEDES BENZ S430
Super clean in and out.
Excellent condition, navigation,
six CD changer ear over all the
extras. Only $15,000.00
Serious inquiries only.
Please call 727-2886 or
351-8680



RIB #846

2001 NISSAN ALTIMA
Gold exterior, tan interior, DVD screen, clean in
and out, Sound system. $4,500.00: must see.
: Owner leaving Island.
Call 636-2840 or 423-7152

automatic. Everything works. Asking $9,000 ono




WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010, PAGE 11

TRIB #829
completely customized honda prelude
has won numerous tuner car’shows in america
20" chrome rims, full body kit,engine heavily
modified ,with full nitros system,lambo doors
full custom interior,invested over $35k
accepting offers
ph 565-8082.

RIB #830

1995 TOYOTA LITE ACE

White exterior with grey interior, flat bed truck
Excellent condition, low mileage, automatic, AC,
Runs great. Ideal for water.delivery, construction
or landscaping. ° :
Call 324-3458

2001 CHEVY TAHOE,
Low miles, runs great, good interior, cold A/C,
_ tow package, P/B, P/S, P/L, P/W, C/D player,
A steal @ $6,200.00
Serious inquiries only.
Also 24” rims for. extra. $600.00
Cell 436-5065 or 544-6187

- 2001 SUZUKI VITARA
White exterior,-4 door, very reliable, very clean,
5 door, power windows, good AC.
$7,500.0
Phone 434-5341





IB #851 :
2004 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN
Silver exterior with grey inerior. Clean tirle, low
miles, power everything, AC, CD player, no
accidents, Special Edition
priced for quick sale. $8,500.00 ono
Serious inquiries only. 448-5602



































RIB #835
2001 NISSAN MAXIMA
Grey exterior with black interior. :
$6,500.00 ono :
Power windows, AC. Vehicle runs well.
2005 CHEVY IMPALA :
Grey exerior, power everything. $6,500.00 ono
minor repairs needed.
Call 341-2265 cell 426-4433

RIB #836 ‘ f
1997 LEXUS ES 300 :
leather interior and only needs engine
Great buy. $1,000.00 ono
Cell 376-6121

TRIB #839 ?

: Mercedes ML320, '99, 3.2L,5 .

Doors,.Navy With Full Grey Leather. Electrically

adjustable seats, Air-conditioning, Alloy wheels,

‘ Central locking, Cruise control,Original factory

alloys,Extremely good condition, Regularly
serviced, Expat leaving island, First to see will
buy, $11,300, 3631163/3954905

RIB #843

2001 ACURA CL -

White exterior with tan/lether interior, 2 door
Clean in and out, 6CD changer, sunroof.
power everything. $5,500.00 ono

~ Call 362-2125 cell 465-3182

RIB #989
-2006 CHEVROLET EQUINOX LT SEDAN
Silver exterior, grey interior, $17,900.00 ono -
automatic, AC, CD player, all original, ‘clean
title. Special assistance for government
- persons. Serious inquiries only please.
Phone 364-1306,434-6279,636-6859





























RIB #844
2004 FORD TAURUS SES
Black exterior with grey interior, 4 door.

20” rims, 6 disc changer, sunroof, clean inside &

out, low miles. $6,500.00 obo
Cell 454-5219

RIB #848 =
sy 2002 YUKON XL GMC
Burgundy exterior with tan interior
_ $10,500.00 ono
low mileage, run excellent, very well
maintained. Serious iquiries only.
Call 361-5242 or 395-6063

: 2008 FORD ESCAPE JEEP
Beige with tan interior, Must sell, extra clean, 4
door, automatic, AC, AM/FM/CD player. Fully
loaded. $22,000.00 ono. Serious inquiries only
48” FLOOR MODEL TOSHIBA TELEVISION
Theatre style $3800 ono
Call 341-8221,457-1303,361-6758

2002 Honda Accord,
Fully loaded leather, Sunroof, Factory
Rims, Sound System,
asking $6,500 or nearest offer,
ph# 426-9247

RIB #992
2000 FIART 32 VOLVO PENTA
White on white. $60,000.00 obo
Serial # 22041 52431/22041 58263
Serious inquires only.
Call 363-2084 cell 424-3452

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2001 HONDA ACCORD :
Silver exerior. Just in from Japan
4 door, nice color, great condition.
$6,800.00 ono
_ Call 361-3136 or 434-4517

RIB #855 ‘
2007 CHEVY SILVERADO
Pick up truck. white exterior with black leather
interior. $35,000 Truck was purchased brand
new, fold up bed cover, 24” rims, sound system
Serious inquiries only, clean title.
Call 364-7087 cell 395-5738

RIB #857 :
2008 KIA SPORTAGE
Dark grey exterior with light gold interior
$20,000.00 Excellent condition, one driver, clean|
; interior, automatic, low mileage.
Must sell. Call 324-2613(eve) 454-9574)

2004 NISSAN MAXIMA 3.5 SL ~
White exterior with tan leather interior,
4 door $12,000.00
cell 434-2887

BBF #614 . :

31’ BERTRAM FLYBRIDGE MODEL, .
Twin Volvo Engines (2007), Generator and AG
unit, (Diesel) Serious inquiries only, ph# 1-242-

472-8232 / 448-3632 / 558-4122

: sat
RIB #845

RIB #852
1994 VOLKS WAGON GOLF/GL
Purple/qrey 5 door. $3,000.00 ono
Auto, 4 cylinder, CD, good condition, clean,
Must see. Call 565-4908 or 467-5694

2001 FORD TAURUS
Gray green metallic exterior with tan interior
$4,500.00
6 disc CD changer, AC, automatic windows
locks & sunroof. Call 392-6069

RIB #741
2003 NISSAN SE
Champagne exterior with tan interior.
j $6,000.00
Mint condition, factory rims, CD, cold AC.
Sold as is. Call 376-5270

RIB #792:
* 2008 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior. $8,800.00. clean title, low miles
HONDA CRV. Very clean, leather seats.
; $4,900.00
In house fiancining available. call 456-5799

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

HE TRIBUNE

RIB# 801
2001 Nissan Skyline(Infiniti G35)
Blue/beige interior, power everything, 20 inch
wheels, low mileage, $12,500 obo. 20 inch
staggered Dvinci Attivo rim and tires $1800 obo.
3933277, 3931146

RIB #856 : ‘

2007 CHEVY TAHOE SUV(JEEP)
Gold exterior with black leather interior,

In great condition, never damaged, clean title,
24” chrome wheels, sound system. $33,000.00
Recently serviced NMC. Serious inquiries only,
' Thank you. 242-364-7087 cell 395-5738

RIB #793 ;
1998 FORD EXPLORER JEEP
Blue exterior with grey interior, automatic, AC,
CD player, tints, original ford.rims, pwr
everything, good running condition.
Asking $4,200.00
Call 326-7545 or 433-4528

2001 Honda Inspire,
leather interior, 6 Disc CD Player,
asking $7,500 ONO
ph# 395-7670 / 436-1998

RIB #731 :

1974 36FT SPORT FISHERMAN BOAT
Yellow and white, 2-3208 caterpiller 1-8.8 onon
* generator, 100 gal water maker, AC, New fly

fridge, VHF, GPS out riggers, new fuel tanks
in great shape. Bait box and fishing ‘chair.
$60,000.00
call 336-2353 cell 357-0390.











18FT WELCRAFT BOAT, °
130 Evenrude , asking $1,600 with trailor, asking
$1,000 with out trailer (needs Cosmetix UK
sterofoamed Trough out extra gas tanks), No
Good Trade Refused, ph# 364-0359 / 456-4102



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

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 #834-A
~~ » STAINLESS MARINE BRACKET!!
Twin engine with swim platform, will hold 2x250
fourstrokes $3,500 now sacrifice. $1,700 ono |
Call me for anything marine related!!
Cell 436-5065 or 544-6187



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

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



27’ CUDDY CABIN -
$3,500.00 ONO
Cell 558-2950

28’ Sea Fox 2004, 55+ MPH, 2 x 225 HP
Mercury Optimax,-Garmin GPS &
Fishfinder, 200 gallon guel, 45 gallon live
well, Massive fish Boxes,
asking $46,000 make offers,

ph# 424-8240 / 357-3535

RIB #!



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 #743 :

1990 WELLCRAFT COSTAL 25FT
Walkaround caddy twin 1998 mariners
135hp(38mph cruise speed) tops out at 53 mph
boat is water ready 150 gals gas tank.
$7,500.00 obo. Black/white. Lots of storage.

2004 trailer included ‘
call 361-8410,556-7140,457-1309

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

FOR SALE :

26’ SCARAB SPORTSTER WELLCRAFT
White/blue lines. Twin 200hp Yamaha B-Bracket
Mounted
Leaning post/4 speaker stereo system.
Console and engine covers.

Full boat cover when on trailer
Functioning trailer. Price $28,000.00
Contact: 422-5340

KOE

RIB#800
1988 28FT. Mako with cabin - Hull only,
in good condition.
Asking $10,000.00 O.N.O.
Call Ray @ 362-4361



DNESDAY, MARCH 10,



2010, PAGE 13




RIB #807
FOR SALE
21 FT 2002 BOSTON WHALER

Outrage w/2005 200 yamaha
Excellent condition. Turn’key and go in the

water at browns boat basin.

Asking price $28,500.0 ono
Contact 427-2864 cell -
home 393-4732 after 4 pm



90HP MERCURY,
Excellent compression
good lower unit, needs
electrical, low hour
3] engine! complete parts
& service for all major
brands of .
outboard engines!!
$400.00
436-5065
or
544-6187

RIB #832 :
19’ CUDDY CABIN BOAT,
very solid hull, new floor 1 year ago, foam filled,
48 gal new tank, good trailer, rigged for
evinrude.-$1800.00 ono
436-5065 or 544-6187

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

BBF #629
Raymarine C70 Services,

Reference Manual, GPS Receiver, Owners
Manual, Operation Scanner Guide, Installation
Manual, Navionics Map Chips, Negotiable
$2,000, Also Long Range Horizon Intrepid VHF
Radio,8ft Ariel Antenna, asking $4,500, ph#364-]°
0359 / 456-4102,



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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.

2002 40ft Luhrs, sports fishing,
asking $150,000,
Bahamas registry & duty paid,
ph# 394-1606 / 636-1514/ 477-6720

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2002 KAWASAKI zx6r
blue,lowered, full micron exhaust,low miles,fast
looks new and sounds great a steal at $4200.
Also available is 02' suzuki DL 1000 v-strom
sport tourer motorcycle new cond. $4000 firm
. ph. 565-8082

RIB #840
2001 HONDA REBEL ROAD BIKE 250
Blue. Motor bike runs well. Old bike which has
provided good service, some issues. $750.00
Very fuel efficient, great in traffic and handy
commuter.
Call 395-9996





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 $7,900.00 OBO
ph# 477-6763/ 424-7808

RIB #827
SYM _ JET 100cc Euro-X SCOOTER,

#1 SCOOTER IN THE BAHAMAS,
GREAT GAS MILEAGE, RELIABLE,
POWERFUL - SAY GOOD BYE TO TRAFFIC.

; SALE PRICE $2,295.00
Tel:393-0155/394-4823, Abaco1-242-367-
2453(BIKE)

2009 Honda XR650L Motorcycle Trail
is in Excellent Condition.
Asking Price $7,500.00 O.N.O
Contact 376-6001 or 828-2928

RIB #834
24” BLACK STARR RIMS,
Fits suv & trucks, 10 hole universal, chrome and
black with center pieces! paid 4k new, sell for
$600.00 Rims only!!
. Cell 436-5065 or 544-6187

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

2003 KAWASAKI 636
Black Motor Bike $1,000.00
Wreck bike, sold As Is.
Cell 426-6455

2002 Honda 250 motor bike.
House care, Clean, Fully Refurbished, Good on
gas, asking $4,000 or nearest offer, Also 2002
Acura CL type S, asking $9,500 Tel 535-4790
or 392-4745

BBF #532
2006 YAMAHA Ré6 600CC
; $4,900 OBO,
Call: 556-4616








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Spectre,

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RIB #744 :
GRANDY WHITE
$18000.00
Call 361-4195 or 429-5709

RIB #786
2002 HONDA SHADOW SABRE 1100cc
Good condition
$7,000.00 ono
Cell 467-1306



BBF #592
2006 Honda CBR, black on silver, asking
$3,800 , Also 1996 Nissan Sunny,
asking $ 900.00 Sky Blue, CD, Music,
Runs good,
565-2115 / 356-0617

2006 KAWASAKI KLR 650,
platinum and black chrome, .
asking $7,000 ONO ph# # 449-5239








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call for sizes.

HID LIGHTS
$170.00
Call for prices on sizes
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Call 326-8274
ce'! 426-3618



CRANE BLOCK
Used on 50 ton
friction crane or larger
Price $700 ONO

Tel. 397-1050

Honda Projector Headlights $500.00
Honda Fog Lights 03-07 $250.00
Contact: 448-9643

RIB #826
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Call $323.6315

RI #523
For Rent: Soundproof Portable Diesel
Generator Set,
Rated: for 100Kw Stand By OR 90 Kw Prime
Call 427-9531.

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Automated transfer switch

* Propane gas tank

\* 1 year free maintenance

* 3 years warranty

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* Powered by Propane Gas

* Weather protective enclosure

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Call 677-5161 or 449-7324 after 1pm

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ASSEMBLY
Used on 50 ton
friction crane
Price $300 ONO

Tel. 397-1050

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



TRIB #753
1800 WATT AMPLIFIER
Laser lights, confetti machine, like new
Cell 436-8874



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RIB #671
ELKIN CONCRETE MIXER
Perfect for family island use;
must see to appreciate
Price $15,000 ONO
Tel. 397-1050

1-350 KW
CUMMINS GENERATOR DIESEL
Orange &black.
3 phase avaiiable
$32,000.00
Call 394-2135 cell 565-2542




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ITEMS FOR SALE
HID Kits- $150 :
Pioneer Cd Player- $130
Jensen Cd Player- $120
Call 3764701 and leave a message.

RIB #725
SONY PSP Go
black, Download games, music, videos and
photos. Stores up to 16 gb. Has internet
capability and bluetooth. $290.00 O.N.O.
Ph: 636-0331



WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010, PAGE 715

MULTI SPLIT DUCTLESS AIR CONDITIONING.
SINGLE SPLIT 12,000 B.T.U. $500.00
DUAL SPLIT 13,000 B.T.U. $800.00

SINGLE SPLIT 18,000 B.T.U. $600.00

SINGLE SPLIT 24,000 B.T.U. $800.00

DUAL SPLIT 18,000 B.T.U. $1,300.00
3 TON CENTRAL 36,000 B.T.U. $1,800.00

5 TON CENTRAL 60,000 B.T.U. $2,500.00
Condenser hanging brackets. $50.00
Electrical installation kits. $100.00.
email erickdarling@ yahoo.com
CALL 677-5161 or 449-7324 after 1pm

CRANE BLOCK
Used on 50 ton
crane
‘Price $500 ONO

Tel. 397-1050

HEADACHE BALL
Used on 30 ton crane.
Price $300 ONO

Call
Tel! 397-1050



PANASONIC 50’ FLAT PANEL TV
FOR SALE - :
features includs viera link ,full hight defination,
1080 pixels, is 3 weeks old and valve at
6,000.00 dollars; selling price $2,500.00
free wall mount with purchase
Call 341-3379 or 428-1055

NEW PROGRAM
N. FUSION
SATELLITE

Receivers for
sale.

Ph: 324-5467
or
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BBF #606
Brand new pink mini notebook,
asking $200.00, Also 2 Brand new Ipod Nanos,
asking $100.00 each
call 535-0277 or 364-9339

RIB #823
F Apple Macbook Unibody Sale:

OS X Snow Leopard; iLife; 2GB Ram; 250GB
HD; Webcam; Bluetooth; WIFI; CD/DVD Burner.
1 Yr Warranty. Finance / Layaway.
from $999. Call 323.6315.

21
Dell Zino Desktop Special:
2GB Ram; 250GB HD; CD/DVD Burner; USB
Ports; Card Readers + More; Anti Virus;
Speakers NOT included. Finance / Layaway.
from $599.99. Call 323.6315. ;

BBF #522

BBF #585 4
' Anime and-Poyper view movies,
works on all play station and Payper view
movies; works;on all play station and DVD’s
System, Hentai, Naruto, bleach, Gundam,
' detective canon and many more.
Call for more info558-8351

BBF #579
KEYLESS REMOTE,
for $50 with programming for all Ford Vehicles,
F-150, Ford Explorer ETC. ph# 426-4565

*CELL PHONE SALE*
LG Cookie/Shine...$240
Moto Rokr...$170
Moto ZN200 (Photo
shown)...$170
Nokia E63...$330
Moto Razr2 V8...$260

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

Call 341-0460
or
465-0291

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

March Madness
Special,
BRAND NEW !!
SAMSUNG A517

PHONE COMES WITH
FREE 2GB MEMORY
CARD!!!

CALL NOW!!!

RIB #661 =
DIRECT TV SATELLITE,
No dish/no cards, quick reliable peace of mind
installs xxx movie, hbo, showtime, starz, sports
pack, nbatv, espn. Ph# 556-7087, 468-
Call 322-2804 Ask for Don King. 7262-467-6487

HELLO KITTY:
TOUCHSCREEN
Dual sim, 2GB Mp3,
Mp4, FM radio
camera, Btooth for
$200.00
Aiso Iphone style with
tv for $220

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

Router, 4-port Switch, and Wireless-G (802.119)
Access Point & Push button technology.
Warranty Included. Price $89.99.

. Call 323.6315.

Call 341-0460
or
359-0339



Toshiba Laptop with FREE SLEEVE
or 4GB Flash Drive: Windows 7..CD/DVD RW.
2GHZ. 2GB Ram. 250 GB HD. Card Reader.
WIFI. Anti Virus Software. 1 Yr Warranty.
FINANCE ILayaway. Price: $569.99.
Call: 323.6315.

RIB #819 oo
Acer émachine 15" with FREE SLEEVE:
2GB | 3GB; 2.2GHZ; CD/DVD; WIFI; 160 |
.250HD; Win Vista | 7. Finance | Layaway. 1 Yr
Warranty. from $499.99. Call 323.6315.





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RIB #818 °
Acer Laptop With FREE Sleeve
or 4GB Flash Drive: Win Vista | 7. CD/DVD RW.
2GHZ. 3GB Ram. 160/250GB HD. WIFI. Card
Reader. Anti Virus. 1 Yr Warranty. Finance |
Layaway. from: $499.99. Call 323.6315.

RIB #585
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

Clothing Store
Fixtures for Sale, Brazilian
Mannequins, clothing
racks, slat walls, etc,

ph# 356-2878 / 558-8582

B #754
BEAUTIFUL DINING ROOM TABLE

&
: CHAIRS
Leaving the island, must sell. Queen bed head,
side table, paintings. cell 436-8874

BBF #621

Armour — All tire
- dressing,
Special $25.00

ph# 325-5016

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RIB #822
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 Yr
Warranty. Price: $499.99, Add color for $50.00..
Fiannce / Layaway.
Call #323.6315

RIB #817 ;
HP Compaq Laptop with FREE Sleeve
or 4GB Flash Drive: 2GB Ram; 250 GB HD;
2.0GHz; CD/DVD RW; Windows 7 ; Anti Virus. 1
Year Warranty. FINANCE | Layaway. Price:
$559.99. Call 323.6315.

Turbo Jam,
Slim in 6,
Power 90,

Ab Ripper, »

10 minute trainer,

POLO LACOSTE
SHIRTS
$45.00
NBA Caps $15.00 G-
Shocks watch $60.00

A ph# 341-2376 /
557-8665

Call 432-2428

RIB #583 -
OAKLEY SHADES GASCAN
and oil rigs new just $60. Casico G-shock watch
$60 Nba caps $15,
cell 432-2428

Slippers for sale
$10.00, $13.75, $15.00,
ph# 324-2522 for information

RIB #651 ;
100% HUMAN REMY & SYNTHETIC LACE
. WIGS :
Used wigs available starting at $99.00.
Serious Persons only CONTACT: 328-6898 or
designersensations @ hotmail.com

3pc set, brand new, sofa set,
asking $900 ONO, ,
ph# 362-6370 (after 5pm) leave message

Glass Shower Doo
Price $130.00

WATER COOLER Botton
8 more in stock

loading
No heavy lifting
no spills.
$300.00
552-3309

Tel. 397-1050





RIB #824 :
DELL MINI 10.1 LAPTOPS WITH FREE
SLEEVE:
1GB; 160GB HD; Windows XP; WEBCAM;
WIFI. Card Reader. Anti Virus Software. 1 Year
Warranty. FINANCE | Layaway. Call 323.6315.
: Price: $399.99. ey

Most Realistic
Hairline full and front
Lace Wigs Highest

~ Quality!

. 100%
Remy/Brazilian hair!
Put in high pony tail!

Celebrity styles!

Best Prices!!
$199.00 AND UP!
2010 SALE!
SUPER FAST SKIN
BRIGHTENER
TAKES 1-2 WEEKs!
!

call! 3648204

RIB #504
*OWN A PIECE OF THE BAHAMAS TODAY!*

*Finally your chance to own extremely rare
MINT dated coins. *
*You can collect them or wear as pendants.
Coins as low as $85*
*Call now 364-9001 or 558-3269*

HOLLYWOOD WHITE
Skin Whitening Line

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

NEO SOCKET
As seen on tv. Save 20% on your car fuel bill.
thats hundreds of dollars per year. Get yours
today and began saving. $40.00
Cell 432-2428





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IBBF #552 :
Rent To Own Yamacraw Beach :
Luxury 4 Bedroom 3 Baths Split Level House, Stand Bi
generator, Alatm 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

PS3 MODERN
WARFARE 2
and many others.
Call for details.
Also three xbox 360
modern warfare 2
games for sale
Cell 525-5233

Stackable Washer
and dryer,
Brand New,

All white,
asking $1,400 ONO
ph# 456-4213

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

RIB #762 ‘ ,

“Block head pit bull puppies for sale.
Bloodlines include Neil’s Bully and Vesco’'s
Dozer. Puppies are 7 weeks old and have 1st
shot and worming. Call 324-5607, 428-2374 or
326-3100 ext. 5.”

Elizabeth Estates,

3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, newly renovated, tiling,
carpet, asking $150,000 ono deposit is required:
must see to appreciate:
ph# 376-2792

RIB #746 :
WHIRLPOOL WASHER, LARGE CAPACITY,
. Like new. $399.00
Tel: 362-6040

Brand new °
stove, asking
$525,

Also Freezer,
asking $675, Also
Washer, asking

$400, —
Call for more

ph# 392-0646 /
ASS ASNE|

RIB #751
ROTTWEILER PUPPIES FOR SALE °
‘Two males, three female.
$500.00(five hundred dollars)ea
All puppies have been dewormed and have
received all shots. call 362-0703 cell 433-6796

RIB #816
3 FEMALE SHIT-TZU
$350.00 each
Cell 455-2790 or 565-0458



TRIB #465

- 2 Bed Room 1 Bath, Cottage House

Located in Rolle Town Exuma, Private location
far away from all the distractions of hectic
lifestyle. Just a stones throw from a private

beach and a half mile away from Man ‘O’ War
Cay. Perfect for Regatta getaway. Theresa

Bastian 328-5804/326-7141 or Samuel Bastian

, 436-9551.

USED WHIRLPOOL
WASHING MACHINE

Regular and stacker.
White $350.00 and up.

Call 394-2676
cell 436-0983

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

PURE
BREED SHIT-

FOR SALE
4 male, 6

weeks old.
Must sell

j Call 328-6973





RIB #784
PUREBREED DOBERMAN PINSCHER
PUPPIES
Red and black. Male and Female, pick of litter
available. $1,000
Serious inquiries only. 465-7884



RIB #586
AS SEEN ON TV PEST REPELLER
Get rid of those nasty rats and roaches for good.
Just plug into your walls and save thousand of
dollars. Just $20.00 -
ie Cell 432-2428

RIB #780 —
TRUE 3 DOOR BEVERAGE COOLER
LIKE NEW :
Half Price. $3,500.0 ono
Call 362-6040



RIB #387 =
GERMAN SHEPHERD & ROTTWEILER
Mixed puppies, 6 weeks old. i
$550.00 Male, $600.00 Female:
Eor enclosed properties only. Cell 557-2234

; 1 SHIT-TZU ‘
Female white and tri colored, dewormed
1st vaccination.

Call 392-5259 cell 565-8612

PETS FOR SALE
COCKATIELS-Yellow & Grey/Yellow
$100.00 ea .
PIGEONS $10.00 each for regular breeds
$20.00 each exotic breeds
Call 364-1965 or 359-0215



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EXCLUSIVES
ELEUTHERA! A short walk to
Surfer's -Beach,
lot_ is located between the
ridges which gives it good pro-
tection and has potential for
“ocean views from a second
floor residence. Perfect spot for
beach enthusiasts looking for
peace & tranquility. Web Ref:
564368 Price: $17,000

SUNSHINE PARK! 2bd/2bt
home in well established neigh-
burhood needing a little TLC.
This home is’ a gem in the
rough! Great opportunity! Web
Ref: 564496 Price: $115,000

ELEUTHERA! Waterfront prop-
erty in the exclusive and un-

‘spoiled area of Whale Point.
Dramatic rocky shores and se-
rene beaches grace this beau-
tiful area. On the main land of
Eleuthera just across the har-
bour from famous Harbour Is-
land. Web Ref: 564386 Price:
$175,000

FOXDALE! Sbd/2bt family
home built in 2003 in a well es-
tablished area. Features a well
laid out floor plan With. open liv-
ing/dining and kitchen w break-
fast’ bar. Laundry room, tiled,
wall a/c, and wooden. deck in
the back yard. Web Ref:
564459 Price: $215,000
CHIPPINGHAM! 3bd/2bt home
features central a/c, crown
mouldings, an open _ kitchen
and modern bathrooms. And
for the handyman, a swimming
pool is at the rear of the prop-
erty. Web Ref: 564467. Price:
$235,000
VIZCAYA AT WESTRIDGE
ESTATES! New development
boasts a modern twist to colo-
nial style. Will offer gated ac-
cess, pool, playground, cabana
beautiful landscaping.
2bd/2bt condos with great fea-
tures available,. reserve today!
Web Ref: 564111. Price:
$269,900 :
ROSE ISLAND! 1.2 acres with
reat elevations and over 100
eet 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

SALES ,

SIR LYNDEN PINDLING ES-
TATES! Clean, comfortable
3bd/2bt home features Tiled
floors with carpet in bedrooms,
security bars on all windows,
and efficient kitchen. Sold with
appliances. Web Ref: 564382.
Price: $189,000

TURNBERRY AT CHARLOT-
TEVILLE! Enjoy family living in
one of these superior semi-de-
tached homes being built to the
highest standards, with excep-

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-39bv-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs

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.tional fimishings. Each home
has an open-plan living area, a
- spacious covered rear patio
and is completely landscaped.
Make your choice from various
options. Web Ref: 564158.
Price: $350,000+
LYFORD CAY! Unit in perfect
condition features S3bd/3bt, a
living and dining room, kitchen
and laundry room along with a
very expansive private patio.
All top of the line fixtures and
finishes including hurricane
windows and doors. Features
include 2 parking spaces, stor-
age room, gym, swimming
pool, jacuzzi amd nature path.
Ideal for those looking for a
property requiring little respon-
api. wer Ref: 9768. Price:
PARADISE ISLAND! Expect
only the best ai this new & ex-
citing community. Each home
takes full advantage of tropical
breezes & panoramic views of
the harbour & bay. 3bd/3bt lux-
ury ground floor condo offers
all that you need and want in

luxury living....Web Ref:
563211. Price: US$2.385M

Peed FOR RENT

CABLE BEACH! Efficiency

with access to pool, featuring
wood & tiled floors, tongue &
groove wood ceilings. All utili-
ties and cable except phone.
Web Ref: 563457. Price: ‘$900

/m

PEEWARD EAST! 2bd/1.5bt
townhouse in a quiet location
moments from the’ beach and
all amenities. Appliances only
including washer/dryer. Web
Ref: 564489 Price: $950 p/m
WEST BAY ST! Wake up to in-
spiring ocean views. at _this
brand “new townhouse
3bd/3.5bt include . stainless
steel appliances, open
living/dining area, walk-in clos-
ets,. separate shower stalls, a
large master suite & enclosed
yard. Web Ref: 564422 Price:
US$2,500 p/m

CABLE BEACH! Bright and
airy 3bd/2bt condo with incrédi-
ble views and a large balcony
located on beautiful beach.
Web Ref: 564491 _ Price:
$2,800 p/m

WEST BAY ST! Immaculate
guest cottage on private estate
with 2bd/2bt. Wrap around ve-
randah offers incredible ocean
& garden views. Tastefully fur-
nished, private back patio and
a spacious one-car garage.
Web Ref: 564494 Price:
$3,500 p/m

SANDYPORT! Immaculate
4bd/3.5bt newly build home
features a modern, open floor
plan. Travertine flooring, hard-
wood kitchen cabinets and
ranite countertops are just a
ew touches. Spacious deck on
canal! Web Ref: 564481 Price:
$4,800 p/m

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
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KINGS REALTY

GATED COMMUNITIES

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.t 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 - 100' x
300' Residential Lots starting at

only $250,000 build your
dream home today!
SAFFRON HILLS - A luxury

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

INDIGO - Residential and Du-
plex Lots in an exclusive com-
munity opposite Orange Hill
Beach few lots available at only
$190,000

WEST WINDS - Residential
and Duplex Lots in an elegant
and charming community start-
ing at only $120,000

LOTS/ACREAGE

SANDRANIA GARDENS _— -
Large Duplex Lot 9,381 SF
Great ‘Rental Investment op-
portunity only $150,000

LOVE BEACH PHASE 1 -
Commercial and _ Residential
Acres out West starting at only
$350,000 per acre

FAMILY ISLAND

NORMANiIS 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

Phone: 323-8000
Email: info @ kingsrealty.com
Website: www.kingsrealty.com

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NORMANS CAY BEACH-
FRONT LOT - 141' X 235' resi-
dential lot on private island
$600,000

NORMANS CAY ACREAGE -
Four (4) 141' X 235' residential
lots on Exuma Sound $600,000
each or $1,600,000 total!

HOPE TOWN, ABACO - Large
residential lot 24,000 SQF
w/partial Ocean. views a steal
at $180,000

MURPHY TOWN, ABACO -
Beautiful Triplex Townhouses 2
bedroom 2.5 bath fully fur-
nished and equipped great in-
vestment opportunity at
$320,000

LOCHABER, LONG ISLAND -
One acre Lot (43,566sq.ft) near
the water only $150,000

RENTALS
2 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE -
Brand New 2 bedroom 2.5 bath
townhouse near Coral Harbour,
features include security gate,
washer, dryer and kitchen ap-
pliances only $1,500 p/m

3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME -
Well kept 3 bed 2 bath home
for rent, features includes a
swimming pool, all new appli-
ances, central air, wood ceiling,
living, dining and study only
$1800.00 p/m

5 BEDROOM 3 BATH HOME -
Beautiful home located in Coral
Harbour on the canal, tastefully
furnished, central air, jacuzzi,
basement bar only $5,000 ‘p/m

HOUSES/CONDO
CHARLOTTEVILLE - Newly
Built 3 bedroom 2.5 bath two
storey spacious home, central
a/c, large patio, beautiful
kitchen with wood cabinets and
granite counters a excellent in-
vestment at only $610,000 in
this luxury gated community

CHARLOTTEVILLE ; Newly
Built 3 bedroom 2.5 bath single
storey home open floor plan,
beautiful master bedroom and
bath, great kitchen with glass
tiles great investment at only
$595,000

Phone: 323-8000
Email: info @ kingsrealty.com
Website: www.kingsrealty.com

WESTRIDGE -

1/2 Acre residential lot, 125
feet on water frontage, great
deal @$395,000
Ph: 327-1102

FOR SALE
WESTERN AREA, new 3 bed
2.5 bath condo, spacious floor
plan granite counter tops, hard-
wood cabinetry, w/bonus utility
room. Central air, alarm, large
outdoor patio. $320,000. Call
424-5780.

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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 _ bidg, 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

Contact
Tropical Realty, 327-1102.

PROPERTY FOR SALE
EXUMA PRROPERTY
Two Single-Family @

$7,500 and $7,000.

Two Commercial @24K
buyme_2hotmail.com

HILLTOP LOT FOR SALE
Mason Addition, 50x95.
$50,000.

Sold By Owner.

Phone 326-3625, 328-0759

TRIPLEX LOT
in gated community,
Coral Harbour
Quick Sale
Call Larry Adams, 544-3714. -

WESTWINDS: A CHARMING
LOT For Sale. A great single
family lot on Kingfish Street in
Charming West Winds is being
offered at $119,000.
Call:554-9498, 322-4664

For SALE BY OWNER
Residential Lot ;
8,100 sq. ft. :
St. Andrew's Beach Estates
$116,000
Telephone 456-6500.

VENICE BAY: Multi-family
lot, 68x100 with canal view,
gated secure community with
many amenities. $90k Gross.
Ph: 427-9913











16.7 ACRES, waterfront canal
property For Sale. Call Larry,
544-3714.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
on Carmichael Road,
100x200, $250,000 Net.
Call Larry, 544-3714.

LYFORD HILLS
Gated Community
Lot 75x100 @ $125,000
Ph: 325-7692



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



FOR SALE BY OWNER
Newly constructed house in
the quiet neighborhood of
Harmony Estates, off
Carmichael Road.
This 1500 square foot
home, has three bedrooms

a guest bathroom, anda ~
master bathroom 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

HAIR BOOTHS FOR RENT
Ph: 394-7064/425-2695

FOR LE
WESTRIDGE: 1°0148 Acre Lot,
$330K Net. Serious enquiries
only. Call 457-4185 to view.

FOR SALE
Eleuthera: Ocean Side prop-
erty, 5,000sq.ft, spectacular
views, over looking Harbour is-
land; Spanish Wells, gated, 5
minutes to private beach
$80,000. EZ Financing

Serious inquiries only
Ph:242-325-4466

WESTWINDS DUPLEX,
corner lot sold with apfroved
plans for townhouses, $140,00
with $7,000 Down.
Phone:327-1102.



~~ Sf. VINCENT RD
60X100 Lot, $79K
Ph: 325-7692



PAGE ‘26, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010,



LUDEC

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 7

AVOCADO GDNS:._ 3-bed/
2-bath,$199,000

GUINEP ST:Lovely home,
3bed/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
available.

- SAN SALVADOR Preys
i FOR SALE
i Oceanview, 2 bed, 2 bath,

with garage, $249,000.
Tel 452-0180

GAMBLE. HEIGHTS
Duplex Lot $80K
Triplex Lot $85K

Ph: 325-7692



3- BED, 2- ao HOUSE

r Sale
District. Semi-en-
closed yard, efficiency to belt.
Asking $198,000

Tel 362-1487, 525-9105.

TWO HALF ACRE LOTS
MORRISVILLE,
LONG ISLAND. -
1-242-337-0171,
4-242-357-1274.

NMLTI-FAMILY LOT
BLUE HILL ROAD SOUTH
9,397sq.ft., $110,00.00
Telephone 426-35 15/36 1-6084

KOOL ACRES
Duplex Lot, 65K
Triplex Lot, 85k
Tel: 325-7692

LOCAL COUPLE looking to
purchase from private owner 1
of 2 acres on Family Island.
Call 361-5704.
Email:nottage @coralwave.com

OFF PRINCE CHARLES .
Residential lots, $77,500
Duplex lot, $83,000
Ph: 325-7692

Western






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

Bishop Walter S. Hanchell, JP
Broker/Appraiser

VACANT PROPERTIES



OFF FARRINGTON RD, du-
plex lot 64x86, $45,000.

OFF KEMP ROAD., apartment
lot, 64x137, $85,000.

WEST WIND, duplex lot, was
$135,000 reduced to $125,000.

EEN Cc E, near Eight
Mile Rock large _ triangular-
shaped lot, 225x725, $35,000.

BALARA _ BAY,
Harbour, large
$25,000

FOX HILL, duplex lot, $55,000.

Governor's

lot 100x124,

OFF EAST STREET, duplex
lot, 50x100, $50,000.
EA BREEZE CANAL,

boater’s -paradise, huge resi-’

dential lot, $185,000.

WEST TR i
new upscale development, last
available multi-family lot in up-
scale area, almost 10,000 sq.
ft., $130,000.

STEP STREET, huge lot ideal
for 8 unit apartment or a large
store, 65x200, $120,000.

NEAR SOUTH OCEAN, large
multi-family lot 121x121

14,599 sq. ft., $175,000.

OFF SANDILANDS VILLAGE
ROAD, triplex lot in quiet area,
50x124, $90,000.

OFF COWPEN ROAD, duplex
lot 50x140 in new. approved
subdivision, $85,000.

ST_ALBAN’S DRIVE, large

f corner lot zoned for condos or

valued
accept

apartments, 70x286
$280,000, owner will
$195,000 for quick sale.

OFF SUTTON ST.,
lot 64x137, $85,000.

PINEWOOD, Jacaranda St.,
residential lot 10,951 sq. ft.,
$165,000 multifamily lot 23, 305
sq. ft. $325,000.

apartmeni

TWO ADJOINING LOTS
in prestigious Turnberry
Development, 10, 600 &
13, 592 sq. ft. together totalling
23, 192 sq. ft. Lots are slightly
elevated and attractively
located. Selling as a package
for $500,000 net or $250,000 &
285,000 net
roshecuvely ONO.
No Agents
327-8639 or 427-7708.




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

Bishop Walter S. Hanchell, JP

Broker/Appraiser



BUILDINGS

COCONUT GROVE , 2 storey
commercial building with large
fully equipped store, 3 apart-
ments and vacant lot ideal for

supermarket church or any
business, was $525,000, re-
duced to, $495,000.

AMBRI CLOSE, off Springfield
Road large incomplete contem-
porary designed 4- unit town-
house to belt course stage,
$198,000.

FARRINGTON ROAD, Invest-
ment property, 4 unit apartment
complex containing (2) 1 bed,
(1) 2 bed plus (1) efficiency
fully rented for $2,600 monthly,
price, $295,000.

SOUTH BEACH, 8 unit apart-
ment complex, needs repairs,
$275,000.

ADELAIDE ROAD, near Coral
Lakes, brand new 2 bed 2 ?
bath elegant townhouse,
$250,000.

FAITH GARDENS, 3 bed 2
bath living, dining, utility, only 5
years old, $220,000.

GARDEN HILLS, 3 bed 2 bath,
utility, patio, $170,000

NEAR SEABREEZE ES-
TATES, 4 unit apartment com-
plex containing (2) 2-bed units
and (2) 1 bed units, enclosed,
$268,000.

OFF WULFF ROAD, duplex
with 2 bed 1 bath each side,
$120,000.

REGENCY PARK, attractive 3
bed 2 bath house with effi-
ciency apartment, enclosed
wall, excellent condition,
$230,000

OFF WEST BAY STREET, ex-
cellent buy, 1 bed 1. bath
condo, $85,000.

JUBILEE GARDENS, 3 bed 2
bath house, $230,000.
STAPLEDON GARDENS,
rented duplex, $1,700 monthly
income price, $265,000.

OFF: MT. ROYAL AVE., two
(2) year old wooden duplex, (1)
2 bed 1 bath (1) 1 bed 1.bath,
130,000. ,

SANDYPORT, Brand-new 2
storey spacious 5 bed 3.5 bath
canal front luxury house with

indoor pool, stainless: steel ap-
pliances, hardwood floor,
$1,495,000. :

325-7693, 323-5626,
376-6121, 558-8198
RESIDENTIAL LOTS

Pinewood Gdns, 50x100
$55,000
Springfield St, 60x100
$77,500

St.Vincent Rd .60x100 $79,000
Victoria Gdns 60x100 $79,000

Off Sea Breeze Ln 80x100
$85,000

Southern Heights, 7,964 sq. ft

$95,000

Coral Heights East, 80x100
$120,000

Seabreeze East, 400x100
$115,000 .
Lyford Hills :
Yuma Estates, 65x105
$99,500

South Seas 75x100 $90,000
Coral Harbour, 100x140
$145,000

Off Skyline Drive, 90x140
$165,000

Winton HEights $175,000

DUPLEX LOTS.
Kool Acres, 64x100 $65,000

Gamble Heights, 60x100

$80,000
Smith’sville 50x100 $83,000
Hanna Rd, 60x100 $85,000

Yuma Estates, 65x105
$106,000

Off West Bay St, 50x125
$185,000

TRIPLEX LOTS

Nassau Village, 75x100
$75,000

Off Carmichael Rd, 100x63
$85,000

Kool Acres, 7,649 sq. ft
$85,000

Gamble Heights, 7,900 sq. ft
$85,000

Marshall Rd, 72x114 $95,000
Off Bellot Rd, 53x150 $98,000

BEACH LOT
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Flaming Bay, Cat Island,

10 min from PGA Development
110x200, $225,000Net.
Ideal for Condos/Townhouse
Good opportunity.
324-2918, 422-6456.
Beach Lot not ocean view.













VISTA MARINA: Front 77ft
back 117ft sides 130ft,
$280,000

WESTRIDGE

NORTH 120X370, $400,000 °
SOUTH 95X108, $135,000

HIGHLAND PARK: Multi-fam-
ily lot 100x100, $230,000

DOWDESWELL ST: Lot with
approved plans for 3 storey of-

fice building, $260,000 c
COMMERCIAL LOT: 200ft on
Delancy St 75tt deep,
$455,000 :
SKYLINE LAKES: 100x150,
$399,995

14+ACRE

West of Bahamas Human So-
ciety 120ft wide, $600,000

5 ACRES HILL TOP OCEAN
VIEW: With plans for 56 - 2
and 3-bedroom condos, $5.5
million.

SAUNDERS BEACH WEST
OF KENTUCKY: Fully com-
mercial 6.5 acres, $6.5 million.

ST ALBANS DRIVE: 1-bed,
1-bath condo, $120,000

SFAPLEDON GARDENS:
4-bedrooms, 2-baths, on large
lot, fruit trees, $235,000

SANDYPORT:
a. Multi-family lot on canal 5Oft
dock, $485,000

b. New 383. storey, 5-bed,
3.5-bath indoor pool, dock
$1,495,000

‘ORIS SYMMONETT
REAL ESTATE
Tel: 325-8280, or
Eve 325-1961

“SAN SALVADOR
LOTS FOR SALE
Beachfront hilltop,

: ocean view start at $15, polelo jes
- Tel 452-0180

VACANT PROPERTY SALE
Located in Westwinds :
Subdivison. Just before Love
Beach on West Bay Street.
Gated Community. On
cul-de-sac.100 ft x 60 ft.
Asking$118,000.00 NET
OBO

Ph: 322-8956/7,
466-3876,429-6364 or
327-1057





MULTI- FAMILY LOT
5x100

LOCATED IN THE WEST,
$1 See eel eke FOR
QUICK SALE.
Ee NO AGENTS!



24-8594

INDIGO:
7300 sq. ft lot
$238,000 Neg

NO REALTORS

445-5135



THE TRIBUNE



ADELAIDE VILLAGE
Lot on beach $140,000
Ph: 325-7692

BEACHFRONT LOT
FOR SALE, $95,000
IN- SAN SALVADOR
White Sandy beach
et 754-214-2405.

BELLOT ROAD EAST
Triplex Lot. $95,000
Ph:325-7692









BERNARD RD. ADDERLEY
ST, 1.2-Acres Commercial.
Ideal for eats oo reine Cen-
ter etc. $350

Call SDB 7692

BRAND NEW. 2 bed, 2.5 bath
townhouse for sale, ‘Yamaraw
Shores Subdivision. Phone
445-7714, 558-7020.

, CABLE BEACH
Residential lot, 12,600 square

feet.
Ph: 361-7912, 432-6682, or’
552-4331




JACK ISAACS
REALTY
tS EST. 1978
(OE ERR TOâ„¢
. LOTS

LYFORD CAY: Two adjacent
Golf Course lots— Each lot ap-

prox. 25,500 sq ft
$1,230,000.00 EACH Web Ref:
8108



BEACHFRONT LOT — OCEAN
CLUB ESTATES-EXCLUSIVE:
Unique lot with white sandy
beach in Exclusive. Gated
Community on Paradise Island.
Sold together with a 65 foot
dock at Ocean Club Estates
Marina, $5.6 million Web Ref:

35109
JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL: 322-1069
info @ bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.

Cable Beach Lot for Sdle.

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

18 UNIT APARTMENT
COMPLEX

1.6M Net; including two houses
2.1 M Net

Great investment, close to P.I
Bridge in quiet, safe area, fully
rented. Phone 393-6544

HANNA ROAD
Duplex Lot, $85,000
Ph: 325-7692



THE TRIBUNE










Ss
( JACK ISAACS )
\ REALTY ee
SN EST. 1978

Lee.
Sy ee
(VE BAHAMIAN

HOMES

SANDYPORT TOWNHOUSE:
2 bed 2.5 bath home in Gated
Community. Great kitchen,
washer & dryer. 3 community
swimming pools and encloséd
children’s playground. MUST
SEE. $340,000.00 Web Ref:
28909

HIGH POINT MANORS: Spa-
cious 3 bed 2.5 bath town-

S
ee
cy sKor so

house in Gated Community.
New construction. Granite
kitchen counter tops, custom

built Oak cabinets.
Web Ref: 33709 -

LOTS
SAFFRON HILL: Single and
Multifamily lots starting = at
$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
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
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

$269,000

LONG:ISLAND
‘Ocean view.
Hilltop:Lots g

Beach:-Access Lots ~

150x80:
Prices from $25,000
Telephone:436-3170 ©



CORAL LAKES PROPERTY
12,188sq.ft.
For Sale By Owner $140,000
Call. 357-5983, 434-0686.

=a CONDO: FOR SALE
St Albans -Dr,-3:bed; 2'5- ee Na re
3:storey. arotiaoeeen
Well appointed interiors.
Gated property with pool.
$239;000
Bank Financing available.
Tel::325-1325,-422-4489,
“454-2098.



FOR SALE or RENT TO oo

Commercial building, single
storey structure.~ Located Cor-
deaux Avenue store/office
space situated at the front

one bedroom apartmenvoffice,
at the side, fully secured, cen-
tral bea cauipped « . Selling price
$15 OO O.N Tel
436- Bet. ;

ELEVATED.

L ] G HTH O US E
REAL ESTATE
PH:242-363-3958
427-8970/422-1347
WESTRIDGE LOTS:
TRIPLEX LOTS 9400 sq.

ft.-11400 sq ft. prices
$175,000.00-: $290, 000.00

4PLEX LOTS 13400 sqft.
$360,000.00

6 PLEX LOTS 16600 sq. :

ft - 17200 sq. ft

$410,000.00

JOHNSON ROAD: Residential

Lot 10,000 sq. ft. $130,000.00

(OCEAN CLUB ESTATES:
Canal Lot 125x185 23125 sq. ft
Call for details

CONDOS:

PARADISE ISLAND: 3-bed
3.5 bath 1850 sq. ft, newly ren-
novated on beach $950,000.00

RENTALS:

PARADISE ISLAND:3-bed,3.5

bath furnished, 2 units on
beach, furnished 1850-2200
sq. ft. starting at 4000.00 per
month

FAMILY ISLANDS
ELEUTHERA: PALMETTO
POINT, 4.6 ACRES ON DRY
HILL RD. $185,000.00

LONG ISLAND: SALT POND
Line Bay, Elevated lots, pano-
ramic views of both sides, utili-
ties, paved road, lots 20000 sq.
ft, 57000 sq. ft. $14200000. 00 to
$375000.00

SANS SOUCI, Under
Construction: 3 Bedroom
home, 2 1/2 Bath, study, pantry
and large laundry. Being sold
AS IS.

Valued to dated: $418,000.
Being sold for $295,000 net.
16,511 sq. ft. lot
House size 3,000sq. ft.

Call 359-3489.

INDIGO Priced for Quick Sale
7,200sq.ft with partial ocean-
view, $235,000. Call 424-5780.

OFF COW PEN ROAD
72X190. Ideal for 6- on $1 45K
Ph: 325-769:

HOME OFF PRINCE
CHALRES DRICE
3 bed, 2 bath, spacious yard,
security screens,a/c unit in
each room. Serious inquiries

: only.
Ph:376-4245/556-3513
HOUSE FOR SALE BY

OWNER
Coral Lakes Home
2,900 sq. ft Lot size

120X110x100

$420,000 gross
Tel: 454-9421

GLENISTON GARDENS
4-bed, 2-bath house
. good condition.
ideal to convert into Duplex
. _ $250,000
Call 325-7692








We pe and Sel %
“Please call Ludec.
393- 1183 or EY ext




NORTH ANDROS
HOUSE FOR SALE

3-bedroom, 1-bath: Partly fur-
nished, $65,000 negotiable.
Contact Rev Newton,
(242)329-4248/432-7823

GATED WEST:OEF ‘
ORANGE HILL BEACH
GOOD LOCATION,
Batlle yee SINS

BASKETBALL GOURT.
RESIDENTIAL LOT SRECIAL
STARTING @ $92,500.

CALL 457-0581 OR 393-1735

FOR SALE
Brand new Townhouse
in gated community
2-bedroom, 2.5 bath.
Back patio desk
Ph:557-4654/362-0337

FOR SALE
approximately 125’x100’,
situated in the subdivision of
Whale Point Estate, North
Eleuthera. Price $18,000 ono.
interested persons call
242-323-6594. :



Lot,

NEW TRIPLEX
_ FOR SALE BY OWNER
Attractive 2, 1-bedroom, 3-bed-
room, 3 bath, 4,700 sq. ft
$398,000. Ph: 341-5500 or
429-4350



RETAIL CLOTHING STORE:
Fixtures for sale! Everything
must go! (Cashier's Display

Case, Clothing racks, display

stands, etc. Ph: 477-3772
(days), 341-4104 (eve)

1 BED KOOL ACRES apart-
ment, Fridge,- Stove, Burglar
Bars, Air Condition, and Water
included, $625.00 per month,
First, Last & Security Deposit
required. Call 477-1438 please
leave message.

4+ BED, 1 BATH efficiency. All
utilities included. Light, water,
cable, internet access. Fridge,
stove, a/c, blinds. No pets/kids.
$675 p/m.ist & last plus $350,
security. Call 436-1456

WESTRIDGE CONDO. 3-bed,
2.5 bath, private office,granite
counters,jacuzzi tub,en suite,
$2,800 bathroom,furnished,
$2,800 p.m.Contact 425-0878

1-BEDROOM, fully furnished,
efficiency with. kitchen, burglar
bars, light and water included.
Seabreeze. $550/month
Ph:558-7997/324-5716 .-

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010, PAGE 27

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



CABLE BEACH:

Towhnouse For rent
2-bed, 1.5-bath, fully furnished,
gated, $2,500 per month.
Call:424-3797, 376-1064.

GARDEN HILL #2

2-bed, 1-bath second _ story
condo. Private balcony,up-
grade bath, -ample parking,

kitchen appliance negotiable.

Asking $87,00 0.b.0
242-225-0142

Several

CABLE BEACH:

spacious 2-bedroom
apartments, balcony, fully
furnished, equipped. $1,200.

Also spacious 1-bedroom apt,
$900. beach pool rights, near
stores, bus stop. Seaband
Court. Call 327-7785 now!!

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT,
McKinney Dr, off Carmichael
fioad. First, last & sec dep.
$800/pm. Incl: fridge, stove,
water, central air enclosed yard
with remote gate.

Call 361-0814, or 395-5961.

2-BED, 2-BATH, fridge, stove,
washer, dryer, central a/c,
burglar bars, wooden blinds,
ceiling fans. $800/mth, $500
sec dep. Phone 424- 6331, or
362-2218. -

2-BED, 1-BATH, $750/pm.
Fridge, stove, gas tank, A/C,
ceiling fan, security bars, water
enclosed yard. Phone’ and
cable ready.

341-7855, 341 -3357.

BRAND NEW, specious 2-bed,
1-bath apt, High Vista, off The

Eastern Road. Water, b/bars,
jacuzzi, laundry room.
$1,000/pm, first/last plus sec

dep. $1,000. Call 324-2972.

SEA BREEZE EST
100X100, $115K.
PH: 325-7692

ONE BEDROOM APT Waiter,
light, cable, b/bar, phone ready,
in private yard. Ph: 364-0277.

DUPLEX, NEWLY
RENOVATED, 2-bed, 1-bath,
burglar bars, air cond, fridge,

stove, washing machine.
Enclosed yard. Kool Acres,

$750. Water included. Must see

to appreciate. 322-3814,
324-7064 evenings.

2BED/2BATH VILLA - PI pri-

double enclosed ga-
rage, generator, central and
individual a/c units; security
alarm and bars; roll down hurri-
cane shutters; additional water
holding _ tank. $3,500 per
month. Call 457-4185 to view.
Serious inquiries only.

vate pool,

BRAND NEW 1 bedroom apt
semi-furnished, Golden Gates
#2,. $650 per month. Water in-
cluded. ~ 361-3411 or
242-475-5016.

3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATH, un-
furnished, spacious, with ja-
cuzzi in master bath, central
air, ceiling fans, woodn ceilings
and large ceramic tiling, com-
pletely enclosd with intercom at
gate. Located in Western Dis-
trict of New Provience. $1150
monthly, first and last month

plus $800 security deposit. Call,

326-6982

3-BED, 2-BATH
Sears Rd, (commercial).
$1350. Ideal for office/school.

HOUSE,

WESTRIDGE: 2-BED, 2-BATH.

APT (gated), $1350
OFFICE - Upstairs,
850. :

Tel: 327-0667/424-3330.

A ONE BEDROOM APT, fully
furnished includes all utilities.
Electricity gate and access to
the pool for rent. pie per
month. Tel 326-1392

AN. EFFICIENCY FOR RENT.
Ridgleland Park east, $550 per
month,- weekly $160. Water,
light, cable included. Ph:
325-0929

APARTMENT
$550/mth, first, last + $300 sec.
Tel 676-2912, 544-1001.
Light, water & cable included.

APARTMENT FOR RENT near
Calvary Deliverance Church,
East Street South.

Ph: 357-4129,.423-7482

APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Seabreeze Lane, New, $750
per month, water, a/c.
Ph: 455-4339

Isl Plaza.

Fete eT TTY Later
studio apts: St" Albans” Dr;
$175 p.w. Water, ‘a/c; Relat

included. Only $495 to move
Ug Nd peec rsa NP aot rae A
Gate tata ae

BEAUTY SALON $225 wee
Hair Stylist Station, 2 Nail Tech
Station busy area.Farrington
Road. Ph: 323-0664

BEYONG BEAUTY >

Presents

A new beauty salon in the Pilot
House on East Bay Street.
Booth Rentals available for
Hair/Nail Stylists, Make-up/Tat-
too Artists, or Barber.
Call 242-467-8792,
242-425-6416

For more information.

BOOTH FOR RENT
Hair booth $80/week
Nail Booth $70 /week
Tel: 328-6973 serious inquiries
only.





or




BRAND NEW 1 edison
studio efficiency apt. Fully
furnished, light,water, cable,
$165 per week or $750 per
month. Available February 28,
2010 2

McKinney Drive off Carmichael
Road.Ph: 341-1515,376-2768

CABLE BEACH 2-bed, 1 bath
furnished, $1100 per month,
water included, no children, no
pets. Ph: 376-4881

BRAND NEW 38-bed, 2-bath
house for rent, partially fur-
nished. B-bars, water included.
$1,100. pm, first & Ist sec $900.
(H)361-3301, (Cell)455-6037.

BRAND NEW EFFICIENCY for
rent. Light & water
included,$550.Ph:426-1650 or
436-6318

BRAND NEW one_ bedroom
apt, Blyden Rd, off Carmichael

A/C, cable, blinds, security
bars, water. 1st and last,
$650/p m se dep $400.

325-2937(hm), “426- “3883 (cell).

‘BRAND NEW, 1 Bedroom, 1
bath townhouse for rent in Gar-
den Hills. Very spacious, ultili-
ties included. $900 per month.
323-7302, or 557-8875... ~

BRAND NEW, Yamacraw. Hill

Road, © 2-bedroom, 1-bath, 5
mins walk from beach,
$825/mth, unfurnished, water

incld. A/G, & sec screens, first,
last & sec

* 4-bedroom Efficiency. Water
& light included. $550/mth.

Call 326-0077, 427-6587,
323-1658, 392--0725.

CENTRALLY LOCATED
1 bedroom, furnished apt,$675
er month.
Ph:323-5123,326-4136,
558-1366

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY,
Seabreeze. Everyting included.
Phone 364-8508

CABLE BEACH,'3 BED, 3 1/2
BATH, AND 1-BED, TOWN
HOUSE DISH WASHER,
WASHER/DRYER, A/C,
FULLY FURNISHED, POOL,
ELEC GATES, HIGH CEILING,
EXECUTIVE QUALITY,
CLOSE TO BEACH; SHOP-
PING, BUS. SEVERAL AVAI.
$2600 TO $3090.
327-2694, 557-8980.

CABLE BEACH,
HAMPSHIRE
ST WEST, spacious
2 2-bedrooms apt 1/2 bath,
storage area, fully
furnished, cooking
gas, and water included.
Central air, gated, cable
and telephone ready,
laundry facilities,
$1,325/pm, first, last and
$750 sec dep; also iease
- required.
Call 535-0044, or 327-1977
after 8pm. earous inquiries
only.

CARMICAHEL RD, 2-bed, 1
bath apt, $675 monthly. First,
last, $400 secuirty, Couples
only.Ph: 525-9520 -








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ax GING al EEEGEL
* “COTTAGE. ONLY $799;
EXCELLENT SECURITY
- BEHIND GATE. FULLY
Sealand
DRYER, MICROWAVE, 1 TV;
Soney\-18 5 READY, aaias
_COMPUTER. PHONE
PRESENTLY: ON. RENT
._ INCLUDES WATER.
- NO UPFRONT DEPOSIT
-REQUIRED. FEMALES ONLY
PHONE 357-8888.













CORAL HARBOUR,
room, partly furnished apt, wa-

1-bed-

ter, cable, a/c, b/bars, $600
nthl

monthly.
Ph:362-1195, or 395-6954 |

COWPEN ROAD
2 bed, 1 bath , bars, a/c,
fridge, stove, washer, ‘dryer,
water included.$750 per month
+ $500 security depsoit. 1st &
last. No kids, no pets.
Ph: 361-8858

COWPEN ROAD
2 bedroom/bathroom. First, last
$700, security deposit. $400.
Ph: 362-2485

COZY 1-BEDROOM Cottage
Village Rd, central air,washer &
dryer, cable, fully furnished,
$850 p/m. Ph:324-7895

ONE BEDROOM APT. Water,
light, cable, b/bar, phone ready,
in private yard. .
Phone 364-0277. *

DUPLEX APT
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

EASTWOOD ESTATES
RENTAL’

3 bed, 2 bath spacious house

with pool, central a/c, laundry

faciiities,new kitchen, $1,700
p.m. Ph: 327-1102

*

jast month and security deposit
req. 364-8304, 364-8831.

EFFICIENCY: Seabreeze

Lane. Available April 5, 2010.

includes: water, air condiiton,

fride and stoVe. Call 364-1853,
' 324-5094 for more info.

1-BEDROOM, fully furnished
apt, water, gas, central air,
phone. $650 per month. Ph:
364-2704, 424-1802

EXECUTIVE HOMES
FOR RENT.
Houses, Apartments,
e sandos; West, Paradise Island
: beachfront.

Gated communities.
$1,000, $1,500, $3,000.
$5,000 much more!
Tel:393-0868/454-1230

INDIVIDUAL OFFICE SNe
FOR RENT

Central
reception

light, water,

A/C,
area,
wireless inter-
net, call forwarding, profes-
sional environment, 24/7 ac-
cess + more. Immediate oc-
cupancy available. Only
$650.00. Phone:376-7441.



EFFICIENCY WITH WATER}:

ae ste
JAG K ISAACS ) 5

REALTY






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CSTE BT iF aor

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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 HOM

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



Turnquest- arenert

MANAGEMENT & RENTALS

FOR RENT

WESTWARD VILLAS:Fully
furnished two-bedroom, 3-bath
house, A/C, ceiling fans,
washer/dryer, pool. $2,500 per
month.

WESTRIDE EST:Gated com-
munity, furnished two-bed, 2.5-

bath townhouse, central-air,
washer/dryer, pool. $1,600. No
pets. -

MEADOWS ST:Shop space for
rent. with cenitral-air $750 per
month.

TURNQUEST PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT
324-3060

FOR RENT
2 BED, 1.5 BATH
Townhouse Sea Breeze Canal
Fridge, Stove & a/c
$900/month, $500 security
deposit.Ph: 364-5084

FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT. BAcreens. Private en-
trance. 341-4265.

“FOR RENT
FOR RENT
High Vista, one bedrom apt,

furnished, all utlities included,
$850. P: 502-6461/364-3644



HOUSE FOR net Highland

Park Villas, _ $1500.00 _ per
month. Ph: 323-0178,
376-1530



NEWLY BUILT 2 bedroom apt
for rent with central air, security
screen and water included,
$750 per month. Ph:364-7087



FOR RENT
One bedroom apt, light, water,
cable, HBO, fully furnished.
$900/mth. Call 477-0190 NO
KIDS

FULLY FURNISHED 2-bed-
room, Marathon § & Palmetto
Way. Central A/C, water in-
cluded. Bars, ceiling fans, ca-
ble/internet ready, wsher/dryer
onpremises, $980 per month.
Phone 394-1397, 467-3091.

FULLY FURNISHED upstairs
one bedroom apt. Includ all
utilities for rent $220 per week.
Tel 392-4171.

FULLY FURNISHED, 1-bed-
room, +t-bathroom apartment
includes.’ Water, cable, practi-
cally, new furniture, off St Vin-
cent, $700/pm. Ph: 364-7461

FURNISHED 1-BED APt with
A/C, ceiling fan, b/bars, $750
per month. Utilities incl. En-
closed and spacious Eastern
area. Ph: 324-3070

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY
Twynam Heights, Winton.
Light, water, cable. Internet, air
condition, iron bars, $300 secu-
ity deposit, $550 monthly pay-
ments.

Phone 324-1822, 324-7444

FURNISHED ROOMS, all
utilities included,queen size
bed, singles only.

Ph: 322-3914 or 325-0545
GATED COMMUNITY CONDO
FOR RENT
ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
CONDO, FULLY FURNISHED
AND CENTRALLY LOCATED
GATED COMMUNITY.
INCLUDES, BED-
SET, SMALL DI-
NETTE, LEATHER LIVING
ROOM SUITE, STAINLESS
STEEL FRIDGE AND STOVE
A/C ..UNIT WITH SECURITY

BARS AND DOOR.

1ST AND LAST MONTH RENT | |

OF $750.00, SECURITY DE-

POSIT OF . $500.00 RE-
QUIRED TO MOVE IN

FOR MORE _INFO- CALL
324- aoa . 466-0860 OR
424-071

HAIR & TAIL BOOTH for rent.
$100 per week. Ph: 455-3024

HAIR_AND NAIL BOOTH for
rent. Call 362-1281/432-3105

1 BEDROOM APT, $800 per
month. Montague Villas.
Ph: 525-1761/327-1113

HANNA ROAD, spacios 1 bed-
room apartment includes wa-
ter, security bars, blinds, a/c
and wasing facilities $600 per
month, security deposit $200.
Ph: 327-6899

HILLSIDE EST: Unjvurnished
one-bedroom apt with ceiling
fan. Utilities included. $600. No
pets. Call 324-3060.

APPOINTMENT ONLY



PH: 468-1961

JOAN;S HEIGHTS EAST
Newly built 1-bed apt,
fully/semi- furnished
Fridge/stove/water/cahle etc.
$650/$725/pm or $180/pw.
Ph:392-5364

JOHNSON RD ESTATES; 2

bed, 2-bath, semi-furnished

house, $900 p/m, first, last &
$800 security.
Ph:324-2193

JOHNSON TERRACE, _ spa-
cious 2-bed, 2-bath, fridge,
stove, A/C, ceiling fans, water
and basic cable _ included.
$850/pm. Ph:427-0925.

JUST 5-MIN FROM COB. New
two 1-bedroom apt, fully fur-
nished, $650 month, first, last
month + $350 sec. Fully fur-

nished. Incl: water, light,
b/bars, fenced yard. all
392-8822, Ms Aranha.

LEEWARD EAST: NEW 2

bedrooms, 1 bath townhouse,
quiet cul-de-sac, off street
parking, good yard_ space,
$142,000 motivated seller. Call
242-359-1764 anytime.

LOVE BEACH, fully furnished
1 bed apt,water included, $850
month.Ph: 327-8827, 467-6559
EAST OF CORAL HARBOUR,
2.bed-apt, fully furnished,water
included,$1050 per month.

Ph: 327- 8627 or 434-4691

LOVELY FULLY FURNISHED

studio apt. Walk-in-closet, light,

water and cable included. No

pets/children, no smoking.

Must see to appreciate. Quiet

persons, aire p.w, $625 p.m.
Ph: 394-1112

NEAR P. 1, 1 bedroom/1 bath,
semi-furnished at $600
furnished at $700,water
included, no children, no pets.

,j@eh: 376-4881 we

NEW 1-BEDROOM APT.
All utilities included.
Private, security, A/C,
generaor. 1st/last+security. Off
Carmichael Rd. Tel:465-8452.

NEW APTS Deliverance Way
(Malcolm near Kennedy Subdi-
vision): 2 bd x1 bth,~ c/fans,
NS, burglar bars, gated, cable

tel ready, unfurnished,
$700/nth, 1st & last + sec.
Contact Mrs Reece at
376-3880.

* NEW BEDROOM APT
FOR RENT, SUNSHINE PK.
CALL 425-0747 EVENINGS
361-4937
Only serious inquiries.

NEW EFFICIENCY, Fraser Al-
lotment, $700 p.m,1st, last, sec
$350 included. Light, water, ca-
‘ble, stove refrigerator. Small
gas tank. Ph: 394-3555. - Cell
429-4199

NEWLY BUILT 2 bed;1 bath
South Beach, a/c, s/bars & wa-
ter included. $750/pm, 1st, last
+ security deposit.

Call 392- 3216/558-2125

NEWLY CONSTRUCTED_ one
bedroom apartment located off
Charles W Saunders Highway.
$550 per. month. A/C, water,
burglar bars, burglar door,
smoke detector included. Coin
washer and dryer on premises
for tenant use. First and last
month rent and security deposit

of $300 _ required. Phone
393-2455, 395-4348, or
424-4792: .

NEWLY REFURBISHED
2 bedroom apartment, $700 a
month, cable included.
Ph:341-2687, 454-3978

NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
near Bay. Starting at $125.
All utilities included.
325-3939, 327-8271,
Cell 357-4214

OAKSFIELD, DAVIS STREET,
one bed, one bath, semi-fur-
nished, $550/pm_ incl. Water.
Tel 445-0165.

OFF JOE FARRINGTON, one
bedroom apt. .Light, water. ,
fridge, stove, a/c, “alarm, wood
blinds, $700 monthly, no kids.
Ph:525-9099/324-1810

OFF ST VINCENT ROAD:
Fridge and stove, included.
1 bedroom apt,ceniral air $600
~ and sec required.
Contact 423-5228.

OFF WULFF ROAD _1-bed-
room efficiency, all utilities in-
cluded, $160/pw, $700 to move
in. Ph: 392-5364

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
980sq.ft. Adelaide Road.
Call 323-6300.

OFFICE SPACE For Rent.
Phone: 455-3024

ON BELLOT ROAD, 3 bed, 2
bath apt for $1, 000 per month.

‘Fel: 525-4092

ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT, water,no -
kids/pets. Soldier Rd. Fenced
Property,security bars $500,
single occupancy

ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT, security bars,
a/c, enclosed yard,cable,single
occupancy, south Beach $500
ONE WEDDING DRESS, size
10, champagne

accesories included $1300.00
Motorola Mini IPhone - Radio,
TV, Dual Chip $120.00

Ph: 392-5493, 677-5184

ONE BEDROOM APT
$500/mth, first & last.
Located East. St South.
Tel:525-2754, 326-0911,

‘ 431-5055 .

ONE BEDROOM APT for rent
$500, Solider Rd.
Ph: 677-5874, 376-9186 or
525-4979

ONE BEDROOM APT for rent
furnished, with water,
$650/mth, first, last and $500
sec dep. Sea Breeze.
Phone:324-6579, 454-5876.



THE TRIBUNE





ONE BEDROOM APT,
$675/mth. All utilities included.
Tel 535-6322.

ONE BEDRCOM APT,
semi-furnished, light,water,
cable included. Telephone

ready.$700 first & last, security,
Pinewood. Ph:535-8661,
394-8053,380-2248

ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
APT, Sunshine Park, security

bars, fenced-in yard, A/C, light,
water included, cable ready,
$600 per month, security de-
port ade Tel 426-2862,
364-617:

ONE BEDROOM J furnished,

Marathon Road. Light, phone,
cable $400/month.
Tel: 393-2667/434-2756.

ONE BEDROOM spacious apt,
water, washer, dryer, . std6ve,
burglar bars. Phone 359-3931,
362-2153

ONE BEDROOM, fully
furnished Out East. All utilities”
included. 1 bedroom
apartment, fully.
furnished,Moores liane, Wulff
Road.Ph:322-7250,324-3446
or 359-2050

ONE BEDRQOM, | furnished
apt, Sea Beach Estate, 5 min
form beach, ac, light, water,
washer, dryer, first tank of gas,
$850. Phone 395-8733,
429-4680.

ONE BEDROOM, TWO BATH,
furnished apt, Harmony Hill,
suitable for working couple,
air-conditioned, television, ‘se-
curity bars & windows, tele-
phone rental and water in-
cluded. Tel 393-2562. .

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.

ONE FULLY FURNISHED
efficiency off Prince Prince
Chalres Dr. Includes all utilities,
$650 p.m. First & last $300
security deposit.
Tel:324-0891 ,431-1547 or
455-7195

ONE-BEDROOM , APT Sea
Breeze, fully furnished, light,
water, cable. $750 per month,
first, last, sec dep $30. Phone

°324-7985

ONE-BEDROOM, furnished Ef-
ficiency. For rent Light, water
and cable encluded. $70 a
week or $650 a month, $400
sec dep. Pinewood Gardens.
Phone 392-0173, or 392-3178.

PARKGATE ROAD: _ 1-bed-
room apartment includes wa-
ter, security bars,blinds and
a/c, $500 p.m, security deposit
$100.Ph: 327-6899

PARTLY FURNISHED 1 bed-
room apt, fridge, stove, washer
& dryer, a/c & water included.
Located Southwind Gardens
Blue Hill Rd South. $700
p.mist, last & $500 security.
Tel: 427-4846 leave message.
361-5571 after 6p.m.



THE TRIBUNE

he Tribune's _

PRACTICALLY NEW 1-bed-
room, 1-bath apartment, water,
cable, cooking gas, burglar
bars, $60.00, Fox Hill.
427-0363

RENT:
2-bed, 2-bath, gated Westridge
$1250.00 ;
3-Bed,2-bath,Sears Rd,water,
sewer, yard maintenance
$1250 ; :
- Office.Shop Island Plaza’ $800
Ph: 424-3330 or 327-0667

ROOM AND BATHROOM with
private entrance for rent Single
male or female only. Serious
enquiries please 341-2970, or
636-2353

SEASIDE TOWNHOUSE
2-bed, 1.5 bath, a/c, stove,
fridge, cable ready, patio,

$800 pm. Call 324-5897.

SEASIDE TOWNHOUSE
2-BED, 1.5-BATH, A/C,
‘washer, dryer, combo, micro-
wave, stove, refrigerator, cable
ready, patio, $900/pm. Call
324-5897

SEMI-FURNISHED 2 bedroom,
1 bath, light & water ‘included.
$425 per rm/mth. Telephone
393-8264

SEMI-FURNISHED one. bed-
room apt, off St. Vincent Rd,
water and cable, light included.
Ph: (323-7131, 302-3314 ,
361-5918



SEVEN SHOP SPACES. for
rent at #97 Charles: Vincent. St.

For. More Information please
call 322-4260
SHIRLEY PARK/PARADISE

ISLAND, Newly rennovated 3
bed, 3 bath, air conditioned

fans, .large .rooms,washer
dryer, all appliances,fenced ‘in
yard,fully furnished, available
immediately. Must see to ap-
preciate

$2650 per month.

Contact: - 426-1158 or

327-0992(10 -5)
SHOP AND OFFICE SPACE
FOR RENT

FARRINGTON ROAD
TEL:323-0029, 431-2810

SHOP SPACE FOR RENT
Busy area. Serious inquiries
only. 356-7546/477-6163.

SOUTH 1bed, 1 bath furnished
apt, $200 w, $850 month,wa-
ter, light,gas etc.

- $875 to move in. Phone
323-1816 or 434-8379

SPACIOUS 2 bed, 1 bath, tall
Pine Nursery, security bars,
own water,$700 p.m

Ph: 361-5556

STAR ESTATES - 2-bedroom
apt, a/c, fridge, stove and water
included, $750 p/m.

Tel: 324-8054 ©

SPACIOUS 1 BED APT, Main
CowPen Rd, Cable & phone
ready, water included. A/C +
b/bars, $550 per month, 1st
last & £500 security. Ph:
341-2613 s

SPACIOUS |1 “bedroom, 1-bath
apt. Oakesfield, partially fur-
nished, $550 per- month. Call
356-4667 after 4 p.m_ or
434-4627

, 1-bath

SPACIOUS 1-bedroom
out East, Light, water, cable,
$750 p.m, $300 depasit
required.
EXECUTIVE COTTAGE, 4
bedroom, 2 bath, Cable Beach,
$3500 p.m.

“~Ph:425-3003

SPACIOUS 2 bedroom, 1 bath
APT, East St. Water included.
ist and Ist week rent at $170
per week, $500 sec dep. Cell
322-5754, or 364-2228.

SPACIOUS 2-bed, 1-bath apt.
Quiet area, off Fire Trail Road
West, Central AC, 24 hours
alarm service. Water included.
$700/ month, 1st and _ last
month, security deposit $350
Avaialbe April 1. Call after 6p
361-5413. ,

SPACIOUS 2-BEDR, 1-BATH
APT, Carmichael Road, off
Faith Avenue,
a/c,. blinds, stove, fridge and
water, $750/pm, 1st, last plus
security:

Tel: 341-3793/426-0973

SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT, Seven Hills,
Â¥ $550 per month, cable & water
included. First & last month
plus security $300.
Ph:4253398, 341-6037, -
2 364-121 :



SPACIOUS, -SHOP/OFFICE
SPACE for rent on East St.

Water included.-1st and last
month rent plus security de-
posit $600.

Call 322-5754, or 364- 2228.

ST ANDREWS BCH ESTS
1-bedroom, furnished, all utili-
ties included, $800/month, sec
$450. Ph: 364-7829

STAPLEDON GARDENS: 2
bedroom apt. Includes water,
a/c, stove, fridge, security bars
and blinds, $750 p.m,. security
deposit $300.
Ph: 327-6899
TENT RENTAL
ALL SIZES
Andrs Crest, Yamacraw Beach
Estates
Contact: Nelson Saunders
364-2724,436-0248 .
Tables and chairs are available
7 as well
TRAVELING to
Ft Lauderdale ana.
needa quality place to rest?
a

Quest-Vacantion-Homnes
225-2291
Website:

questvacationhomes.com

TROPICAL GARDENS APT f

2-bed, 1-bath, furn with central
washer/dryer &
$1,100/pm. 327-1102.

alarm.

INTERESTING BARGAINS!



security bars, |

TWO 2-BEDROOM APT, semi-
furnished. Water included..Car-
michael Road. $550 per month,
first, last plus $500 sec dep.

Ph 361-5848, 322-2861 . ext
2743/2162 380-148 Pager.
395-4218, Ms M Rolle.





TWO BEDROOM
APARTMENT in Twynam
Heights. a/c, water included,
stove, fridge, washer & dryer,

875p/m.
Tel: 3610828/535-1253

TWO BEDROOM _APART-
MENT for rent. Blue Hill South.
Call Mr Rolle at 324-4309.

TWO BEDROOM APT, Hanna
Road, refrigerator, stove,blinds,
air condition,$700 per month.
Tel: 477-4422

TWO BEDROOM, — spacious
apt, A/C, and ceiling fans in
rooms. Enclosed yard. Water
included. $750 per month, Hirst.
last, $300 sec. dep. el
364- -0612(hm), 477- 25 ehiceil).

TWO SINGLE ROOMS APT
for rent,1 private bath and one
to share bathroom. Ph:
322-6803

TWO-TWO ( 2 ). BEDROOMS
APT, fridge, stove, air
conditioning and water is
included, living area. Malcolm
Allotment, $700 per month,
plus security
deposit. Please contact
242-429-7627

+» UPPER LEVEL.
Office/Shop space for rent.
Located 7th St, one building off
Robinson Road, bottom space

available March 31st. Ph:
328-1929
VERY NICE 1-bedroom Apt.

Gated’ community, 5 min from
Pl. Good area. $675.
393-2559, 454-1230.

WEST WINDS SUBDIVISION
2-bed, 2-bath includes fridge,
stove, washer, dryer, central
a/c, alarm system. °
$1,400 per. month.
Call 457-3232, 376-3232,
424-9399.

WESTERN AREA, new 3-bed,
2.5-bath condo, spacious floor
plan granite countertops, hard-
wood cabinetry w/bonus utility
room,. Central air, alarm large
outdoor _ patio. Unfurnished
$1800 or furnished, $2,250.00.
Call 424-5780

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, Cox
Way, $700 p/m, 1st & last’ +
$650 security deposit, water in-
cluded.

Ph: 426-3515/361-6084

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH_ secu-
rity bars, stove, fridge, $650 a
month, first and last, $300 se-
curity deposit. Windward Isle
Way, Golden Gates #2. Tel
356-2763, or 535-4721.

New 2 bed,2 bath apt..’
Fridge,stove, central a/c,

$1400 monthly, 1st + last plus
‘ $700
security deposit. Ph: 535-1052







WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010, PAGE 29

2-BED, 1-BATH,-: ceiling fans,
security screens. water _in-
cludéd. Enclosed yard, Tall
Pines e/s Gladstone Road. No
kids/pets. $650/month.
First/last & $500 sec.
Ph:341-1775.







2-BED, 2-BATH, waterfront
- home with boat slip. Very
private and secure. Fully
furnished and equipped. Cable
and internet ready. Spacious
garden, new automatic,standby
generator.$2250/month ($2750
inclusive of utilities, monthly
pest spray and gardening
service) Ph: 393-1760,
Cell 525-9160, 324-1457

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
for rent. Located off Farrington
Road & Lightbourne Ave, $650
per month.

Ph: 432-1601/324-4639

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
semi-furnished, Joe Farrington
Water included. 328-2443,
364-0007, 429-4338 cell.

2-BEDROGOM APT FOR RENT
CALL 324-0012

2-BEDROOM APT, Sandilands
Village, A/C, water. Tel
364-4770/323-5649.

2-BEDROOM APT, townhouse
styled, furnished:
Washer/dryer, central air, cable
and telephone ready; water in-
cluded. Colony Village East,
near bus route, private high
school, shopping plaza. Ideal
share for professionals. Tele-
phone 324-6182, 557-2555.

2-BEDROOM FURNISHED
Apt. Well kept (private). Off Jer-
ome Ave. A/C bedrooms/ ceil-
ing fans, $750/pm, $400 sec
dep. Water. included.
394-0967/436-0997. Serious
calls only, mature persons.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT,
Brand new, quiet area. Mal-
colm Road West. Tel
956-7546, 477-6163.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT,
Nassau Village, for rent, 2-bed,
j1-bath Apt,’ water included.
$675/pm. Pines AC, ‘b/bars.
Phone 397-899

WESTRIDGE:

--Fully furnished, 1-bed, 1-bath,

$875 per month.

--Fully furnished, 2-bed, 2-bath,

$1,200 per month

--Very large townhouse $1,500

per month - :
Phone:327-0176, 341-7457.

2-BEDROOM, fully furnished
cottage with a/c, water and ca-
ble incldued. Located in Seven
Hills Est. $900 per month, first,
last months and $400 deposit
peared Phone 361-7659,
466-6213 :

2-BEDROOMROOM, Sandi-
land Village Road, water in-
cluded. Newly renovated.
oo -2443, 364-0007, 429-4338
ce

APARTMENT FOR RENT
2-bed, 1-bath, brand new, Off
Prince Charles, semi furnished,
a/c. Ph:502-6519, 436-4683



ITINTERESTING BOROAING 2 INTERESTING BOBCME

2 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT,
Hanna Close, off Fire Trail
East, water, A/C ~ included,
$700/pm, 1st/last & $600 s/de-

po
B41- 1542(H), 359-1871(C).

2 BED, 1 BATH APT. SOUTH
BEACH, a/c, ceiling fan,
s-bars,washing machine,

enclosed yard,water included,

$750 per month,sec $500. .
Ph: 361-1835/ 324-1644

2 BED, 1 BATH spacious apt,
b/bars,water & alarm included,
’ .$700 p.m.1st, last + $500.
Cable, phone ready.
Ph: 394-7744

2 BED, 1 BATH triplex apt.
Pineyard Rd of Seabreze Lane.
Includes water,sec.bars,
fridge,stove,central air, seper-
ate washer & dryer, $750 p.m.
Contact 393-8343/393-5218
evenings

2- BEDROOM 2.5 BATH
TOWNHOUSE ~ w/open _ loft,
quiet community, off Mt Ver-
non. Safe, gated . property
w/c/ar, c/fans cable & internet
ready. swimming pool washer,
dryer all apppliance. patio
w/storage area. $2,000 per
month. 455-2109/502-2283

2 BEDROOM APT for rent,



$650 per month, water in-
cluded. Fire Trail Raad. Ph:
364-2736

2 BEDROOM APT, Grantana
Subd, cable and phone ready,
security bars, central air, wash-
ing machine and water in-

cluded. $700/pm, first and last,

plus sec dep. $300.
Phone 456-3358,
362-0222.

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH.
St. Andrews Beach
Estates,$850 monthly. Includes
washer, dryer, fridge,stove,
cental air, ceiling fans, security
screens, alarm monitoring and
water. First tank-of gas free.
Sorry no pets. First,last and

- security deposit required to
move in. Available.March 25th.
Ph: 434-9097 -

535-8001,

2-BED, 1-BATH APT, off Glada--

stone Rd, fridge, stove, duct-
less a/c, burglar bars, water in-
cluded, $700 per month, 1st &
last pilus $500 _ security. Ph:
341-7022, 434-6515

2-BED, 1-BATH APT. Carmi-
chael Road. Water, a/c, ceiling

‘fans, enclosed yard $660. Se-

curity bars.
Ph:393-0482/544-2113

2-BED, 1-BATH APT, Hall’s
Close, off Gladstone Road.
Water, cable, bars included.
$700/pm. pets.
Tel:364 -2703, 556-7617,
431-9730.

2-BED, 1-BATH APT, off Car-
michael. Rd/Golden Isles, cen-

tral air, fridge, stove, micro-
wave, washer/dryer, burglar
screens, tiling ceiling . fans,

blinds, cooking gas, & water
incl. Cabie & telephon2 ready.
$800/month, first/last, $600
sec. ~ Contact 341-7305,
429-8023.

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1-BED' APARTME near
SAC, furnished, utilities in-
cluded, 2 persons max, $650
p/m, $500 security.
Tel:565-3753



APARTMENT
Jubilee Gardens, water, light &

1-BEDROOM

cable inclduded, $165/weekly
or $675/monthly plus $300 sec.
deposit.

Tel 361-4723, 341-6289.

1-BEDROOM APT, Blue Hill
South, remote access, fridge,
stove, microwave, sec bars, air
conditioned,- gas °& water in-
cluded, enclosed yard. First &
last plus security deposit. $600
per month. Contact 341-2231.

1-BEDROOM APT, Fridge,
stove, a/c, water, -cable, _ Inter-
net included, *$600/month. 1st,
last +security $500 off Carmi-
Road. Tel: 468-4889,
434-7960, 361-8528

1-BEDROOM APT, fully fur-
nished, A/C, water, no pets/no
kids, $490 p/pm. Soldier Road.”
Tel 357-8106.

1-BEDROOM APT, fully fur-
nished, light, water, cable and
a/c, $700 per month, $400
security. Ph: 393-6295

1-BEDROOM APT, furnished,
A/C, bars in quiet area. Light,
water & cable incl $175/pw.
361-5658/525-8682. 2

1-BEDROOM APT, semi-fur-
nished, fridge and stove, A/C,
water included, security bars
enclosed-yard. Cockburn St,
off Bernard Road, $550.
Tel 323-0029/431-2810

1-BEDROOM APT, unfur-
nished, large bedroom, with
ceiling fan, a/c, light and water’
included, $675 per month. Re-
quirement, $400 security and
first and last month rent. Clavin





.Street, off Soldier Road North -

Ph: 465-9021

1-BEDROOM, 1 -BATH APT
Eastern area. Fully .furnished,
light, water included. $630.00
per month. Phone 544-5978,
636-2413, 324-2792.



1-BEDROOM unfurnished Apt.
Water, light, and cable in-
cluded. Tel 361-8770, or
361-8707, 10am-6pm, . $170
weekly. Two weeks rent re-
quire & security deposit of
$375. Serious inquiries only.

1-BEDROOM APT, — unfur-
nished, water included, security
bars, South Beach area, $550
per-‘month.

Call 324- 8596/341-2228

2 1-BEDROOM APT security
bars, stove, fridge, AC, water
included. $550/month.
Gamble Heights.
558-1246, 341-3875.



WANTS TO SHARE HOUSE
off Eastern ‘Road with mature

Christian lady. All utilities in-

cluded. 544-9678/364-1637.



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HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED |

THE TRIBUNE





ROOMATE SEEKING to rent a
furnished room.
Ph: 326-6705)(H), 426-3558(C)

WANTS TO SHARE a two
bedroom apartment at Church

Hill subdivision, off Soldier
Road. Light, cable, $550 to
move in. Call 393-7406,

429-2370 anytime after 6pm.



SALES PERSONS NEEDED!!!

Growing Refail Company
seeks ambitious, outgoing indi-
viduals with pleasant attitude,
good work ethics and excellent
customer service skills to work
as Customer Service Repre-
sentatives. Applicant. must be
between 18-35 years of age.
Individual ‘must be a = high
school graduate with a good
command of the English Lan-
guage, working knowledge of
the Point of Sale System. Must
be conversant with consumer
electronics, customer friendly
and positively aggressive. Must
possess a current driver’s li-
cense, clean police record and
health certificate. Qualified per-
sons may send resume with
cover letter to jobs @ amnbaha-
mas.org, or send via fax to
394-6211; The Administrator.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

Well Established, High End,
Day Spa and Salon looking
for Receptionist/ Floor
Manager.

CANDIDATES MUST BE:
Highly trained, experienced and
easily adaptable to modern
computer programs and
software

Easy to train and eager to learn
Very good at multi tasking

Able to exhibit and execute the
highest level of quality
customer service at all times.
Work with little/no supervision

Please email your resume to:
windermeredayspa @ gmail.com
or call (242) 557-3007

SALES PERSONS NEEDED
URGENTLY
. Must have experience in Sales
will get paid $300 for selling the
items. Must have transportation
to get around. Must be serious
‘about working. Phone
426-3604, 433-2139 urgently.

SEAMSTRESS/SCREEN
PRINTER needed. for -T-shirt
company. 356-7085/676-2733.

WAITRESSES, BAR
TENDERS NEEDED for new
establishment. Contact Lyden
at 445-0684 or 535-2351

WANTED
Young ladies for dancing.
Ph: 448-3454 Leave Message

LIVE-IN MAID NEEDED ~
CALL 676-2752

AVON
Buy , sell or sign up .
: 361-5556

kempcorp @ hotmail.com

A
MAJOR HOTEL
Has a vacancy
For
EXECUTIVE CHEF
The ideal candidate must have:

o Computer literacy with thor-
ough knowledge’ of Microsoft
programs

o A minimum of five years ex-
perience in the hotel industry
in a similar position

° Have experience in
planning/preparing interna-
tional and local cuisine

o Be proficient in the creation
and planning of menus

o Have excellent administrative
and creative skills

o Highly developed problem
solving, social and analytical
skills

o Diploma or degree’ in Culi-
nary Arts

o Excellent oral and written
communications skills

o Be able to train, coach and
motivate staff

© Be familiar with cost control
practices

o Ability to speak a foreign lan-
guage would be an asset

The candidate's responsibilities
will include:

oManagement of all Kitchens,
Banqueting & Sanitation De-
partment in relation to Food
Preparation and Presentation.

o Training and development of
all Kitchen personnel

oAdherence to company poli-
cies and procedures

oBudgets for all Kitchens and
Banqueting

oMaintenance of Food quality
standards at all food outlets

oClean, sanitary and safe envi-
ronment in all food areas

Interested candidates should
send resumes to:

C10132, c/o The Tribune, PO
~ Box N3207, Nassau

(All applications must be sub-
mitted by March 12, 2010)
Please .note that only short
listed candidates will be con-

tacted.

HELP WANTED
Responsible ,reliable and
mature adult 23 or older
needed for Asst.
Manager/Storekeeper position.
Call 356-8383/525-2254

ALBURY'S PROPERTY

MANAGEMENT
LOOKING FOR FIVE MAIN-
TENANCE MEN SHARED
HOUSING ON SITE.
FOR_ INFORMA TION CON-
TACT 242-359-6885

HOUSEKEEPER needed _ to
look after young baby and
clean house, must speak Toda-
log. Tel 326-2978.

Ph:

LIVE-' one _MAID needed.

341-43,

JOURNALISM INTERNS
WANTED

A new_ independent onine
newspaper is accepting appli-
cants fram college students in-
terested in non-paid 18 month
journalism intership.
E-mail resumes to:
bahamasindependent @ gmail.

com



CUSTOMER SERVICE
RECEPTIONIST/CLERICAL
SUPPORT.

Qualified candidates MUST
possess the following skills and
experience: -

Self-motivated, professional,
strong work ethic with excellent
oral and written business com-
munication skills, High priority
to maintain confidentiality.

Ability to multitask, prior cus-
tomer service experience an
advantage. (QuickBooks expe-
rience a plus) Must be able to
work on Saturdays.
Fax resume to:
322-7786 or mail to
SP-60296

Manager
Box

WANTED
Handyman/Gardner:
references, bank references,
resume, Police Certificate,
Driver License required. Please
send to: Gardener/Handyman,
P.O. Box N-7117, Nassau, Ba-
hamas

Character

WAITRESS NEEDED
for restuarant & bar.
Ph: 425-2695/394-064

DATA CONVERSION AND
MANAGEMENT COMPANY

has immediate openings for;
Data Entry ard Conversion
Personnel.

Candidates should be _ profi-

cient in the use of computers
and the following software.:
Microsoft Excel and Access
Adobe Photoshop and Acrobat
Omnipage pro

Please forward resume-to:
Human Resources Manager
therealdatagroup @ yahoo.com
or PO Box CB129457, Nassau,
Bahamas.

EXPERIENCED ADMINISTRA-
TIVE ASSISTANT for small of-
fice. Must have MS _ Office,
Power Point, Excel, People’s
Person and energetic. Age 25
years and older. Send resume
and passport photo to:
excitedtowork @ gmail.com

AVON
want to make extra $$. Be an
Avon Rep today or a helper.
Serious person call 326-7183
hm. Leave message or
376-1208 Cell.
Email rosedee42 @ hotmail.com

GARDENER/HANDYMAN

WANTED: Resume, character
references, bank references,
Polic Certificate, driver's _ li-
cense required. Please send to
Gardner/Handyman, P.O. Box
N-7117, Nassau, Bahamas

PRESCHOOL TEACHER
NEEDED

MUST HAVE!! Bachelor's De-
gree in Education or Associ-
ate’s, or Auxillary Certificate, or
Preschool Auxillary Health Cer-
tificate
AlsoHealth Certificate’ &
sume ($400/pw)
Teachers Aid. MUST HAVE!!
Infant and Toddler Certificate,
2 years experience. ($275/pw)
Ph:394-6346 for interview, or
email
teachermsmith @ hotmail.com

re-



ALL

- MECHANIC WANTED

A well established group of
companies requires an experi-
enced mechanic with the ability
to work with a wide range of

vehicles, i.e. diesel trucks,
cars,. forklifts, etc. The right
candidate -will manage the

small workshop ensuring all ac-
tivities are carried out on time
and at an exceptional standard:
The successful applicant must
have at least five years of ex-
perience as an auto mechanic;
proven ability in vehicle repairs
and fault diagnostics. Must be
a Bahamian with a clean Police
Record.

Send resume to
322-3937

fax no.:

NAIL TEC NEEDED with clien-
tele. $80 per week.
535-7026/356-2311. :

YAMAHA, MERCURY,
EVINRUDE
New & Used Parts

Boats, trailers, anything marine
related. Sales & service, lowest
prices in the country}!
New & Used just call Eugene’s

Marine, 436-5065/544-6187

PROFESSIONAL
ELECTRONICS
INSTALLATIONS
over 22 years of experience
Surveillance/CCTV Cameras
Audio/Visual & Surround
Sound Systems.
Satellite Systems
Flat screen LCD TV mounting
Computers .- Repairs &
Networking
CAT 5 & Reg cabling
Give us a call anytime,

, 359-0215.



OFFICE ASSISTANT
NEEDED!!!!
Growing Retail Company
seeks ambitious and intelligent
young lady with pleasant atti-
tude, and excellent customer
service skills to work as data

entry clerk/filing assistant in. the:

office. Applicant must be
betwwen18-25 years of age
Individual must be a_ high

school graduate with a good
command of the English Lan-
guage, computer literate and
proficient in Microsoft Office
(Word& Excel), Quick Books
and the Point of Sale System.
Must possess a current driver’s
license, clean police record
and health certificate. Quali-
fied persons may send resume
with cover lettef? to jobs @amn-
bahamas.org, or send via fax
to394-6211; attention The Ad-
ministrator. NO PHONE
CALLS PLEASE

LIVE-IN MAID needed good
with * children Contact
376-3340.

ONE LIVE-IN MAID to care for
4 children. phone 558-5505.

PART TIME MAID for light
house cleaning 3 days of week,
5 hrs per day. 4100 p.w,must
love animals and comfortable

with 17 cats.Call. :
'341- 0460,359-0339,465-0291

PART-TIME or FULL-TIME
Massage Therapist/Aestheti-
ciam required. Send resume
and passport photo to:
excitedtowork @ gmail.com

SALES LADY NEEDED for
clothing store. Ph: 394-7064,
425-2695



RESHAPE YOUR BODY
Turbo Jam, Slim in 6, Power
90, Ab Ripper,10 Minute

Trainer.
Ph: 341-2376/557-8665 _
BRAIDS

AFRO KINKY, ROPE TWIST,
SIHINGLES, CORNROWS.

Jes By DAWN

ARE WELCOMED.
CHEAPEST PRICES.
552-1656/552-1653.

LOOSE WEIGHT and increase
your income.
Delicious smoothie. Children
love it. Phone Fanny 364-0404

SILK BEAUTY SALON

TELEPHONE
323-8175 525-9052 448-7454
Price List
Quick Weave......... $28, $30.00
(28, 27 pieces)
Bonding ........c...5ee0e $30
Weaving --$45.000 up
Treatment & Perm.. a 0
Treatment.. $2






Rinse & Style é

Wash & Style :

Cull ..s.secece $10.00 up
Up-do’s $15.00 up
Set... $18.00 up
Wraps ..... $25.00 up
Cut & Style $22.00
NAILS! Wnair weaving,

pedicures, eyebrow threading,
professional service, flexible
appointments. Located on
Eastern End of Island. Na-
tasha. 544-6187/436-5065.

PROFESSIONAL
SEE & Behe
TEL 356-6358, 356-6358.

NEED COOKING GAS, Gro-
ceries, .etc. Borrow $100 to
$250 pay back in one (1) week.
Ph: 322-4655, 544-8251,
326-0883 i

MoneyFinders07 @ hotmail.com



NEED YOU
HAIR WEAVE, or BRAIDED?
Call Tina, 467-2730
~ Low, low prices!
God bless you!

LACE WEAVES, colors

Caps, natural styles

Pin ups

Relaxers

Treatments

You name it, we can do it! °

} Tel: 328-8564, 466-4726 ask
| for Shan.



HAVING PROBLEMS with
your Computer?
Can’t get online?

Virus problems, software
installation & hardware.
Computer keep frozen up?
Don’t worry we'll fix it all as low

as $40
Tel:242-454-8173 ask for Cliff.

KORA’S SIGNATURE
STYLES
Special on Natural and Perm
Hair. Call 565-0473 for appoint-
ment.



TO ALL MY CLIENTS.
| have relocated to
Nails ‘N Motion, East St.. South
Call today for specials for the
month of March.
Shampoo Treatment and
irassbwbea cbivadecesosees Weave $65
2B POS i. deaivessiscesavecinats $45

Tel: 328-8480, or 456-: 4302

NEED YOUR Home, Office
cleaned?

Hire a Maid For a Day.
We _ offer
services.
Contact Ms Alexander today to
book appointment, 434-1765

professional timely

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 %



NAIL SPECIAL
Acrylic Tips, full set ....... $16.00
Mani & Pedi only . .. $24.
Tammy Taylor ..
French Nails .



| Sexy ToS... B

Complete Airbrush Nail. $35. oo
Complimentary wine to all
For more interesting specials.
Phone 392-3944.

FOR ALL YOUR MORTGAGE,
PERSONAL, |. CONSUMER,
AUTO OR VACATION LOANS.
Call- 322-8856, 326-0883,
322-4655, or 544-8251. No
banks involved, private lending.

MoneyFinders07 @ hotmail.com



THE TRIBUNE

COMPUTER REPAIR

Free pick & check. OS, Anti-vi-
rus, MS _ Office _ installation.
Data Recovery labour is $45
per hours. Networking. _Done
also. -364-1965/359-0215 ask
for Lawrence.

. DO YOU OWN A PIECE OF
VACANT LAND AND NEED A
QUICK LOAN.

Call 326-0883,. 322-4655 or
544-8251, 322-8856.
MoneyFinders07 @ hotmail.com





DO YOU THINK he/she is

cheating? And you need
evidence to prove it.
Call 677-4887/ 423-1950 and
we will get it done

ELECTRICIAN SERVICES
House wiring, lights, fans,
receptacles and
24-hrs service calls.
Call me for a FREE quote,
465-8373.

EVER DREAMED OF
OWNING YOUR OWN HOME?
Well dream no more, at Money
Finders, we make: all dreams
come true. Call now! We have
the right mortgage for you.

Ph: 322-8856, - 326-0883,
322-4655 or 544-8251
Money :

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HAIR BRAIDING,
Shingling, Cornrow, Twisting;
Locks, weave-in, micro shin-
gles, lock extension, $10-100.

Call 393-8201/468-8394

FIRST CLASS
General Maintenance
Electrical, Plumbing, Paint-
ing, Tiling, Telephone Wiring,

Drywall, Masonry.

Call today for a FREE quote.

Tel:465-8373











x

24 HR CRANE & TRUCKING
SERVICES

CALL 544-0481

BIZNET TECH.
REPAIR & SERVICES MOST
Copiers, Printers, Faxes,
Scanners and Shredders
May we offer your services

3 contract taday?
Computer or MAC problem?
We will back up your
information, clean out the
problems and reload your
operating program
Mostly on Xerox machines
Contact:
Cleveland L SAunders B.S.c

Telephone :
242-328-3743, 242-357-4809
Contact: Barry V Pinder
Tel: 242-424-1536
‘Email: CAVNOT @ gmail.com

TIRED OF LVING FROM

PAY CHECK To PAY CHECK?
Then let us put all of your loans
together and make one (1)
easy payment.

MoneyFinders07 @hotmail. com

CAREFREE
CARPET CLEANING

eDIRTY FUNITURE?
e-DIRTY CAR SEATS?

eDIRTY CARPET?
(Like New)



“If we can’t clean it throw it
away”. Fast drying.

Closed:Saturday

Tel:(242)325-5108
Tel/Fax: x(242)362-1 444



HONEST RELIABLE YOUNG
lady seek job. as Housekeeper,
baby sitter or days work. Tel

395-0426, interesting persons
only. -

LADY seeking days/nigh
baby-sitting & weekly work.
rious. inquiries please call
341-2970

LADY seekin
siting, housekeeping, or eld-
erly. (C)556-5643, 429- 5392.

LADY seeks days work or

weekly. .Phone 322-2084 or
433-9451

live-in job. Baby-

LADY .seeks job,



FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY
Turnkey Cafe Restaurant,
equipped and ready to take
over. Invest $10,000.

Cell 427-1314, 427-7206



SAEBER
HAIR STYLIST
NAIL TECH
MASSAGE THERAPIST
TEL: 362-2284.



BGCSE PREP

-Math

-Accounts

-Economics

-Enterpenership

-English

-Business Management

-Biology

-Physics and Chemistry

13-week.course beginning

Feb 2, 2010

Fe istration begins Jan 19th
eleos Campus.

Highland Park
‘Tues&Thursday, 2 30-7

Saturday, 10-12
Tel:325-5060

BGCSE PREP
13-WEEK COURSE
BEGIN FEB 2, 2010

TUES +THURS, 6P.M
AT TELEOS CAMPUS
HIGHLAND PARK
~ TEL:325-5060

LEARN TO FLY

Private Pilots Course
Instrument & Commercial

Theory
535-2484 359-0904
Sta attlh
flightshopbahamas @ hotmail.
oxeyna)




live-in job to
care for the elderly. Saturday
job. Tel 454-7770.






‘WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010, PAGE 31

BJC PREP
-MATH

-ENGLISH

-GENERAL SCIENCE
-HEALTH SCIENCE
11-Week course begins
Feb 16, 2010 (Tues &Thur)
Registration: Tues, Thur 5:30-7
Sat 10-12 at Teleos Campus
Highland Park. Tel:325-5060








HDD 17” Monitor $499.99
Satellite. Dishes 18”
$40.00 es
Dish 500 w/2 LNBs $100

Dish 1000 2/LNBs $200

Dual Freed LNBs $20.00 each.
Tel 364-1965/359-0215.

IF YOU NEED
portable electric but without
the noise or pollution of a
Generator then you need
the Xpower 1500.

This cuting edge system
powers just about any
household appliance quietly
For more info Call
535-7119, or 394-1393



ITEMS FOR SALE
Mahogany bedroom suite with
queen Pillow’ oe mattress

Carmel bation Couch & Love
Seat $600
42'LG Ret Screen cM $800
1 Tv $15)

2 DVD elavore $40 each
Brand new microwave - still in
box $75
Treadmill $250
Professional AB Cluncher $125
Call:449-8709




JUST LIKE NEW, black & sil-
& down apt sz

ver 2-door u

fridge. $400. Tel 392-4171.

Linksys Wireless Ultra Range

N-Router $80
Magicjacks $70

2G Sandisk Micro SD Memory

Card w/Adapter $25
32

GB Sandisk Flash Drive

XBox 360 "Modified" w/2 con-

trollers & ga mes $450
LG Neon Cell Phone:-$220

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COIN OPERATED POOL TA-
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TABLES $50.00

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CASHIER COMPUTER W/
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Arrests made afer
‘looting of luggage’

By PAUL G TURNQUEST
_ Tribune Staff Reporter
pturnquest@tribunemedia.net

POLICE have cracked what
they believe to. be a “ring of
corruption” at Nassau Interna-

- tional Airport, arresting threé
people for reportedly: looting
thousands of dollars worth of
items from luggage.

According to Superintendent.
Elaine Sands, officer in charge ,

of the Western District, this
case was finally cracked after a
month of work with various law
enforcement teams ‘including
customs, airport security, and
_ personnel from various local
and international airlines.
A man, who works with a
local airline, along with two
-women cleaners are. expected

to be charged before the courts
today as police anticipate fur-
ther arrests within the near
future.

On display yesterday at the
airport’s police station were a
number of handbags, cosmetic
jewellery, clothes, and shoes

which had been uncovered after

the arrests. :
According to Superintendent

Sands, there is‘no way to tell

when the luggage looting

began, She said it is also diffi- ©

cult to place a value: on what
may have been stolen over
time.

However, she ‘did say. that
their investigations have sug-
gested that a group appeared
to be targeting’ their victims at

SEE page eight

Boy stabbed by another student

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

A BOY is in hospital after he was stabbed:-on St John's college
soccer field by another student, police have revealed.

The attack was just one of a number of violent incidents in
Nassau during a 24-hour period — with one shooting and three sep-

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Police crack airport
‘ping of corruption’

By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
pturnquest@tribunemedia.net

ISLAND Luck, a local webshop had .

one of its locations on Collins Avenue
and Sixth Terrace raided by police
late last night.

Swooping down on the local num-
bers house shortly before 9pm, police
were able to catch customers, and

‘|. employees in the raid who they bused

away shortly afterwards as a number
of family members looked on.

One police Sergeant who spoke
with The Tribune at the scene last
night confirmed that they were able to
confiscate an undetermined amount
of cash, but could not offer any fur-
ther details as the crowd began to
build beyond a level that the limited
number of officers felt they could con-
trol.

three main numbers houses that
remain in the Bahamas after Fanta-
sy, Bowes and Red Hot joined to form
Asue — which stands as the main
competitor to by. far the most domi-

nant numbers house in the Bahamas, ,

FML.
In the recent past, there have been

SEE page 12

Lawyer accused of Sen

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$100, 000 from a client

By NATARIO McKENZIE its

‘Tribune Staff Reporter

nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net

A LAWYER appeared in court yesterday

. accused of stealing nearly $100,000 from a client.

Sonia Agnes Serette, 39, of Coral Harbour, was
arraigned before Magistrate Carolita Bethell in
Court 8, Bank Lane, charged with stealing by
reason of service.

It is alleged that between Thursday, October 22,
2009, and Saturday, February 13, 2010, Serette
stole $96,967.50 from school principal Fiordelisa
Bain by reason of'service..

Serette, who is represented by attorney Murrio
Ducille, pleaded not guilty.

Mr Ducille told the court that Serette is
employed in private practice and is not a flight risk.
He told the court that reporting conditions were
not necessary in this instance. Inspector Ercell
Dorsette, the prosecutor, agreed.

Magistrate Bethell granted Serette bail in the
sum of $30,000 with two sureties. The case was
adjourned to June 9 at 2pm.

PRICE — 75¢ (Abaco and Grand Bahama $1.25)

By MEGAN REYNOLDS
| Tribune Staff Reporter
| mreynolds@tribunemedia.net

NURSES who are seven minutes late or

‘| more face a 25 cent fine in a new scheme

introduced at the Princess Margaret Hospital.

Staff have a six-minute grace period before

| ney are hit with a cut in pay imposed by a |

new clocking-in system implemented by the. |
Public Hospitals Authority (PHA).

Nurses claim they were not aware. they
would face a penalty until they discovered
their take-home pay had been cut.

A long-serving senior nurse who has

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Earl Deveaux
criticises ministry
employees again

By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net

STAFF at the Ministry of

‘Environment have again been

criticised by their boss. — this

‘time for not being aggressive

enough in carrying out their
protective mandate.

Environment Minister Earl
Deveaux said he believes the
calibre of officers working for
the Ministry is improving, and
thereby becoming “more
responsive” to environmental
concerns, but “certainly not as
fast as (he’d) like.”

It is the second candid com-
mentary by Dr Deveaux relat-
ing to some of his staff.

At a press conference, he
admitted that he had uncov-
ered evidence-of abuse of pub-
lic funds by some of his officers

SEE page 12

Call for changes to
regulations on secon
home ownership

By NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter
nnicolls@tribunemedia.net

LAND developers are call-
ing for changes to the regula-
tions governing second-home
ownership in The Bahamas.

The call is the latest move in
a tug-o-war between those
advocating more strict regula-
tions, and those arguing for a
relaxation.

Real estate developer Paul
Moss said the minimum thresh-
old for investing in the real

estate market should be

increased for those seeking
accelerated consideration for
permanent residency. Current-
ly the threshold is $500,000.
“The threshold ought to -be
increased to perhaps $1.2 or $2
million. Half a million is typical

SEE page eight
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THE TRIBUNE

One-way scheme for Baillou Hill Road and Market Street

THE government has
released a map outlining its
plans for a one-way traffic
scheme for Baillou Hill
Road and Market Street,
announced on Monday.

The new system is a part
of the Government's New
Providence Road Improve-
ment Project that is being
funded by the Inter-Amer-
ican Development Bank.

In phase one of the sys-
tem, which will be imple-
mented on March 30, Bail-
low Hill Road will become
a one-way street heading
north while Market Street
will become a one-way
street heading south
between Robinson Road
and Wulff Road.

He said that in subse- .
quent phases this system
will be extended north to
Duke Street and Shirley
Street. os

The government also .
released future plans for
road-works to be carried
out between Robinson
Road and Soldier Road,
and between Baillou Hill
Road and Carmichael
Road.



FROM LEFT:
Corridor 10,

Corridors 11a and 11b..
and Corridor 12.



THE man charged in the
murder of expatriate
banker Hywel Jones has
been sentenced to three
years imprisonment for
shop-breaking and stealing.

: Franklyn Stubbs, 27, who
is already on remanded
having been charged last
week with the April 2009
murder of Jones, was back
‘in court on Monday.

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Man charged with Hywel Jones murder
gets three years for shop-breaking, stealing

Stubbs, a Moncur Alley,
resident, pleaded guilty last
week to breaking into the
Stag Out Restaurant and
Bar between February 6
and 7 and stealing a bottle
of Hennessy cognac, eight

cans of Bluebird juice and ~

five cans of Vienna
sausages. . -

Stubbs is expected back
in Court 11, Nassau Street



next Monday, when a date
should be set for the com-
mencement of the prelimi-
nary inquiry into the mur-
der of Jones.

Jones, a principal at the
Britannia Investment
Group, was shot in the
head as he exited his car
near his Compass Point
office. He died in hospital
several weeks later.

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Harbour Island residents
voice infrastructure concerns

By AVA TURNQUEST
aturnquest@tribunemedia.net

WHILE limited police pres-
ence was the main concern
expressed by Harbour Island res-
idents at a town meeting on

Monday, it was not the only issue »

raised. Those gathered also com-
plained of problems with the
island’s infrastructure and utili-
ties and said the government
does not pay enough attention to
their community.

» Harbour Island chief council-
lor Darrel Johnson said defi-
ciencies in three key areas —
roads, electricity and water sup-

ply — are hindering the island’s

economic growth and contribut-
ing to the increase in criminal
activity. 3

“These factors are instrumen-
tal to all problems experienced
on this island,” said Mr John-
son. “Harbour Island is essen-
tially little Nassau and big Bimi-
ni. We have all of the activity
going on here. Look how much
the government has done for
Paradise Island. Let’s get seri-
ous and deal with the Family
Island issues — one island at a
time.”

Local entertainer Dannard
Anderson added: “Room rates
here are going for $1,400 per
night . . . so there is no way it
can be normal for there to be
these basic challenges that can

. be so easily remedied if done

correctly.”

ELECTRICITY
- The night before the town
meeting, Harbour Islanders
experienced a black-out that last-
ed more than six hours. One
landlady complained that she
could only ask for half the rent
owed her after having to search
out her tenants and provide
them with flashlights, as the pow-
er had been off since their
arrival,

Mr Johnson said: “What can

you expect? These people are *

paying thousands of dollars to
rent homes for the weekend and
when they get here, their power
is off — and it stays off with
absolutely no explanation.”

Residents estimate the island

experiences black-outs ‘at least
twice a month, for up to 14 hours
at a time. Z .

Mr Johnson said these black-
outs contribute to sudden drops
in rentals and hotel occupancy
and are a huge help to criminals,
who operate under the cover of
darkness.

BEC workers stationed in
Harbour Island and North
Eleuthera said they are not
allowed to speak about the chal-
lenges they face. However; it was

revealed that two of the four .
Caterpillar diesel engines that

generate power for Harbour
Island are not working.

WATER
Mr Johnson said: “It’s embar-
rassing, because of course once

_ the power is off, within the hour

the water is gone as well. By the
sécond hour, there is no running
water available on the island,”
The four-inch galvanised pipe
that snakes through the island

has been the prime method of
water distribution for more than
50 years. Once completely below
ground, the pipe is now exposed
and clearly visible in many areas.
Mr Johnson said that over the
years it has corroded to such a
degree that consistent water
pressure is no longer possible.

Upgrades to the water distri-
bution system have been made,
however Mr Johnson noted that
perhaps because these only con-
sisted of additions to the pre-
existing lines, very little improve-
ment was noticed.

He added: “Further north,
persons are not able to have run-
ning water at all — not even a
trickle. These people instead rely
on alternative solutions. How-

Se
istributes water in the island.



ever these are extremely costly
and while some can afford it,
there are others who simply can-
not. Also, the quality of water
experienced is at times rusty.
This is completely unaccept-
able.”

ROADS |
. The roads of Harbour Jslan
have been in dire need of atten-

. tion for some time. Mr Johnson

said that at one point a paving
contract was signed, but shortly
after arriving on the island the
contractor packed up his equip-

- ment and left after learning that

90 per cent of the water mains
on the island needed to be
replaced before he could start
repaving the roads.

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watt Pastor calls for Haitians in the
Bahamas to rebuild their nation

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FOUR hooded thugs held
aman at gunpoint on East
Bay Street and robbed him
of cash in broad daylight,
police said.

According to press liaison
officer Sergeant Chrislyn
Skippings, the incident,
occurred around 8.35am on
Monday on East Bay Street
near Williams Lane.

Police were told that a
man was in the area with a
friend when he was
approached by four men
wearing dark hooded jack-
ets, one allegedly armed
with a handgun.

The culprits robbed the
man of an undetermined |
amount of money and fled
the area on foot through a
nearby alley, said Sgt Skip-
pings. — -

This latest incident comes
on the heels of three sepa-
rate armed robberies that
occurred last weekend.

Three questioned
after weapons found

POLICE are questioning

_an elderly man and two others
after a search of a home in
Yamacraw Estates turned up

two handguns and an assort- }

ment of ammunition.

Press Liaison Olfiver ;

Sergeant Chrislyn Skippings :
said mobile division officers, :
acting on a tip, executed a
search warrant on a home on

Lyle Avenue around 12.50am

on Tuesday.

After the weapons were }
found, three persons were}
taken into custody, a 45-year- }
old woman, her 27-year-old :

son and a 71-year- old man.

Air Canada’s inaugural flight
to Exuma gets warm welcome

By JEFFARAH GIBSON
Tribune Features Writer

PASSENGERS onboard
Air Canada's inaugural flight
to Exuma - the first ever
between - Toronto . and
Georgetown — were greeted
with a warm welcome at the

Exuma International Airport |

on Sunday.
Through a partnership with
Air Canada Vacations, the
passengers got the opportu-
nity to enjoy the luxury of the
newly refurbished five star
_ Sandals Emerald Bay Resort:
Exumians say they are
hopeful that this partnership
will continue for many years
and increase visitor arrivals
to the island.
According to Ziena
Gideon, CEO of Air Canada
Vacations, Air Canada flights
from Toronto to Exuma are
already booked to capacity.

"This is a great opportunity

for Air Canada Vacations,

Air Canada, and the island of.

Exuma. We look forward to
more flights. This flight has
been 100 per cent full for the
whole munth of March which
looks amazing. If it stays this
way, we are looking forward
to adding more capacity and
more flights into Exuma," she
said.

The route is thought-to be
popular because it is direct;
until now Canadians had to

take several connecting flights

to reach the island.

Adam Stewart, CEO of



‘locals that wish to visit Cana-

-down the cost of the trip con-
siderably.

By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net

THE senior pastor at a popular
Baptist church has called for “ten
thousand” Haitians who enjoy
“comfortable lifestyles” in the
Bahamas to return to Haiti to help
rebuild the shattered nation in the
wake of the devastating earth-
quake. .

Bishop Simeon Hall,:who visited
Haiti over the weekend as part of
a contingent from his New
Covenant Baptist Church, said
Haitians living in this country
legally or illegally “must be patriotic rather
than comfortable.”

“Haitian nationals living in the: Bahamas
and who have amassed a comfortable
lifestyle here in the Bahamas should return
to the land of their birth and re-establish
themselves and help rebuild Haiti,” the
senior pastor said in a statement issued yes-
terday. a

“A major factor in rebuilding Haiti is for
those Haitians who have been scattered
around the world to return home.”

After being struck by a 7.0 magnitude
earthquake on January 12, 2010, Haiti



became the subject of a massive multi-.

national relief and aid effort aimed in the
short term at saving as many lives as possible
from among those left trapped in the rubble
or without homes, food or water.

Billions of dollars have been pledged and
donated by countries and individuals towards
the effort to rebuild the already suffering
Caribbean nation — the poorest in the west-
ern hemisphere. .

Bishop Hall said: “Many nations of the

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world have conjoined to rebuild
Haiti and persons born there
should consider returning to assist
in the gargantuan task which now
faces that beleaguered place.
“One has only to visit Haiti for a
short period of time to recognise
that extraordinary measures must

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be taken to redeem this nation .

which has long been beset by eco- exclusively at

nomic and social woes. a goes “o

“There isa dark cloud andadis- 7 ca
concerting dirge hanging over
Haiti, and while the world is
responding to the recent earth-
quake, Haitian nationals: must be
patriotic rather than comfortable
‘and return to Haiti from around the world
and take up the leadership in the rebuilding
effort.”

However, some might question whether

‘those Haitians who live abroad may be more
useful to their country if they stay put.

Haiti has an unemployment rate of around
70 per cent and lacks economic opportunities
for its citizens, most of whom live on less
than two dollars a day.

Insecurity and poor infrastructure have
hampered efforts to attract investment.

As a result, many Haitians have fled the
country to make new homes in places like
the Bahamas or the United States.

Of these, many remit money to their fam-
ilies in Haiti. Before the economic down-
turn, remittances to Haiti were said to make
up around 20 per cent of the country’s gross
domestic product, the majority of these com-
ing from Haitians living in the United States.

In December 2008, such funds were valued
at $104 million. soe

However, this figure fell steeply as the
global recession took hold.

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MINISTER CATHERINE H. PAYNE
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istries from Cleveland, Tennessee, U.S.A,

BISHOP JOHN N. HUMES"

National Overseer of the Church of God,
Bahamas, Turks and Caicos Islands

BISHOP CLARENCE N. WILLIAMS
National Overseer of the Turks & Caicos Islands
BISHOP. BRICE H. THOMPSON
General Presbyter of the Caribbean and
Atlantic Ocean Islands.
MINISTERING IN MUSIC WILL BE: The
Convention Praise Team, National Con-
vention Choir, Tabernacle Concert Choir,
the Church of God National.Choir, Ba-
hamas Public Officers Choir and various
soloists, choirs and singing groups.
The Bahama Brass Band, Bahama
Youth and Junior Brass Bands will pro-
vide special music.
Monday, March 15th, 2010
Bishop Dr. Elgarnet B. Rahming, CMG,
DD, JP, National Overseer and Med

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Western Esplanade, and with the live ZNS
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evening broadcast service. During this serv-
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B. Rahming will delivex the final message on
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-EDITORIAL/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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AT LAST Harbour Island — the tiny jew-
el in the Bahamas’ archipelago — is receiving
the law enforcement attention that it should
have had years ago.

Once a peaceful hideaway — at one time
known as a delightful spot of England in
the semi-tropics— residents say that over
the past several years there has been a com-
plete break-down in law and order. From a
harmonious little settlement of pastel
coloured homes and beautiful gardens, local
politics spilled over from Nassau and even-
tually poisoned the atmosphere. Then there
were the illegal immigrants, the current drug
dealing, noisy nightclubs and increasing bur-
glaries. Harbour Island, experiencing a
breakdown in law and order over the years,
is no longer considered safe by its residents,
both foreign and local. As one visitor said:
“People are now scared.”

Residents say that a general sense of apa-
thy held the island in its grip as criminals
broke the law, and local administration
turned a blind eye. There was little response
from the law, and so the criminal element
not only grew bolder, but prospered.

Drug dealers almost operate in the open,
said one local, and drug abuse — both drugs
and alcohol — is a major problem. It is
rumoured that at least one well known citi-
zen is involved in the trade.

’Brilanders had been petitioning Nassau
for more of a police presence until the bur-
glaries got so bad that an experienced officer
was dispatched to the island to take up res-
idence about two weeks ago.

In the early hours of the morning after

Chief Inspector Roston Moss’ arrival, crime *

at Harbour Island escalated to a new level.
For the first time there was not only a bur-
glary, Gut a burglary with violence. This time
it was against a tourist in his hotel room —
another first for the island. The island’s very
economy was now under direct attack.
Edward Bryant of Stamford, Connecticut,
and a male friend had just returned to their
room at Tingum Village at about 2am ‘on
February 25 when there was a knock at the
door and two men burst in. One aimed a
machete at Bryant’s face.:He. instinctively
raised his left hand as a shield. The machete
sliced through his hand, from his thumb:to

his index finger. Bryant’s twin brother, Dou- -

glas, who had flown to Fort Lauderdale to be
at his side, told Governor’s Harbour MP
Alvin Smith, that his brother had almost
lost his hand.

He said it was a good thing he instinc-
tively raised his left hand because he is right-
~ handed and would indeed have been hand-

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icapped if he had lost that hand. His broth-
er believed that his assailant intended to kill
him, because he had aimed his lethal blade at
his face.

Douglas Bryant said that his brother’s
wound was infected and he was there to give
blood for transfusions. He said his brother
was having nightmares and asked him to
stay in his hospital room with him.

Two Harbour Islanders are now in n police”

custody.

What made the attack even more har-
rowing was that the island was experiencing
one of its frequent blackouts. The electrical
supply had shut down —another major com-
plaint with ’Brilanders.

This incident now has the full attention of
the authorities. “We have had petty theft, but
never with violence — is this incident an
indication of where we are now headed?”
residents were asking each other.

On Monday two senior police officers,
Assistant Commissioner Willard Cunning-
ham, in charge of ihe Family Islands, and
Supt Stephen Dean, newly appointed Direc-
tor of National Crime Prevention, with two
senior officers from the Ministry of Tourism,
arrived on the island to assess the situation.

For years ’Brilanders have not only been
begging for more police officers, but for offi-
cers who would have longer tours of duty —
“who stay long enough to get to know who
are the good guys, but especially the bad
guys.”

At last they are to get their wish. Chief
Inspector Moss is there to stay. He took up
residence on February 25 and has been busy
getting to know the people, the island and
the problems.

“Chief Inspector Moss will do an excellent
job,” Mr Smith, the island’s MP, predicted.
“Not only is he experienced, but he is hard-
working, serious and organised.”:

Not only will there ‘be better manage-
ment of manpower — only one policeman,
for example, was put on the night shift, the
shift when most crimes are committed —
but they should also get a proper police vehi-
cle.

“All they have,” said Mr Smith, “is a golf
cart and a dilapidated little wagon.”

Imagine fighting crime in a golf wagon!

‘No wonder the criminals were laughing.

But now that Chief Inspector Moss is res-
ident there with the promise of a strong

’ team behind him and transport to do the

job, Brilanders might yet have the last laugh.

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new guests from Harbour: Island — hope-
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Do our leaders
and people have
courage to fight
for this country?

EDITOR, The Tribune.

SOMETIMES I wonder if
our leaders and our people
have the courage and strength
to fight for this country. This
fight of which I speak doesn’t
involve violence; it involves
the will to do whatever it
takes for as long as it takes to
get the right things done. The
strength needed cannot be
measured by our ability to lift
heavy things or how long we
can endure; it’s measured by

our willingness to stand up for |
_what’s right. Our current state

of affairs demands that, if we
are to save our country from

. anarchy, we must exhibit an

unprecedented level of will.

The current administration
exhibited the will to commit
to reducing the financial bur-
den of our people when it ini-
tiated the Unemployment
Assistance Scheme and the
Temporary Jobs Programme.
Perhaps it was out of genuine
concern for our suffering citi-
zenry, or perhaps these were
simply politically strategic
moves geared towards woo-
ing the “masses”; but, what-
ever the reason, no one can
deny that, flawed though they
may be, these programmes
are of invaluable assistance
to many. However, what we
urgently require are solid,
long-term plans for ridding
our underprivileged of the
perennial need for financial
assistance and stringent polic-
ing.

LETTERS|



letters@tribunemedia, net

One of the root causes of
criminality becomes blatantly

‘ evident -if one were to drive

past certain inner city areas
and observe young women
idly traipsing around the

streets. Some proudly sport -

pregnant bellies when they

should: be employed some-

where. I shudder to think
what their children will
become. When I see young
men sitting on the “blocks” I
wonder when they’ll become
menaces to society.

And there is the problem
of endemic, intractable unruli-
ness and indiscipline. Loud

_ Staccato sounds of street

dances continue into the ear-
ly morning hours. Drivers

negotiate our streets as if they”

were the only ones using
them. Aggressive and crass
behaviour vaporise my dream
for an orderly society. When I
hear of so many cruel mur-
ders, I begin to think that we
are a lost people.

Our politicians seem to be

applying cosmetic fixes to vex-.

ing problems and expending
resources and energies in the
quest for power, while skil-
fully side-stepping the funda-

mental issues driving depen-

dency and criminality.
Of course,-we can con-

stantly talk about the need for
wholesome families, for edu-
cation, for employment and
pontificate about gangs ad.
nauseam, but talking won’t
get the discipline back into ,
society or keep our many idle
youth out of trouble of one
sort or the other.

I wish to suggest that con-

' sideration be given to legis-

lating that our youth be gain-
fully employed, enrolled in
and attend an educational
institution, enlisted in the
defense force or be occupied
in full-time volunteerism. Cer-
tainly, a proper database will
be required to monitor and

‘ensure compliance.

Given the dire straits in
which we now find ourselves,
I believe that such “manda-
tory engagement” ought to be
seriously debated. It will be a
massive undertaking requir-
ing the cooperation of gov-
ernment and civil society, in
particular, the church, for
long-term sustainability.

We need to consider. this ©
and other options to get the
idle hands off the streets and
empower our disfranchised.
We are a resourceful and
resilient people. In spite of

‘our numbing runaway crime

and murder figures, we must
summon the national will to
save our country.

JERRY ROKER
Nassau,
March, 2010.

Legislation needed to protect people from tobacco smoke

EDITOR, The Tribune.

The Control of tobacco is a
critical public health need. To
this end, legislation should be
designed to protect individuals
from exposure to tobacco
smoke, particularly children
and young people, babies, preg-
nant women and the vulnera-
ble.

It will also seek to prevent
smoking by young people espe-
cially children and to enhance
public awareness of.the hazards
of tobacco use.

The Ministry of Health,
which has been educating peo-
ple about the hazards of smok-
ing, must now take the bold
step to provide laws to prohib-
it smoking in public places.

Here are some frequently
asked questions: -

Is smoking illegal? Smoking
is not illegal. Legislation could
make it illegal to smoke in cer-



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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 3'¢ day of
March, 2010 to the Minister responsible for nationality and
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tain situations and in public
places. No person should be
allowed to smoke or hold a
lighted tobacco product in any
enclosed public spaces. includ-
ing, but not limited to the fol-
lowing: public transport termi-
nals; workplaces; retail estab-
lishments, including bars,
restaurants and shopping malls;
clubs; concert halls; cinemas;

- sports facilities; pool and bingo.

halls; publicly owned facilities

rented out for’events; and any:

other facilities that are acces-
sible to the public.

Restaurants and. Bars,

‘enclosed and covered by a roof,

completely or substantially.
Smoking will be illegal every-
where. Smoking and non-smok-
ing areas will no longer be
allowed under the law:

An enclosed place should be
defined as any space covered
by a roof completely or sub-
stantially enclosed, with the
term substantially enclosed
meaning more than 50 per cent
closed to outside air.

Public place means any
ple accessible to the general

public or place of collective use,
regardless.of ownership or right
of access.

Owners and Managers or
Lessee will be responsible for

‘the enforcement of the Tobac-

co Control laws and would be
expected to exercise reasonable
care and diligence to prevent,
patrons from smoking. Failure
to do so would exposed them to
being charged with a contra-
vention of the law.

The law should prohibit the
use of vending machines to sell
tobacco items, such as ciga-
rettes. The consumer must be
served by an employee, agent

or sales clerk.

The consequences for smok-
ing in a prohibited area should
be a fine or alternative of com-
munity service or imprison-
ment.

Many countries in the world
are enforcing restrictions with
regards to smoking in public
places.

PAUL THOMPSON Sr
Nassau,
March 8, 2010.

AEST STE Ce Phew, vr TT

EDITOR, ‘The Tribune.



Re: Police chief's vow on home invasions. Commissioner says
the.incidents are ‘isolated’. The Tribune, February 27, 2010.

What an enormous difference it makes once things are put into
context for us. Phew, we can all sleep in peace again now that we’ve
been reassured that the home invasions, murder, and double\kid-

napping are “isolated” incidents.

KEN W KNOWLES, MD
Nassau,
March 3, 2010.

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that JAMES PRYCE of #2 TALBOTT

AVENUE,

NASSAU _ VILLAGE,

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 10" day of MARCH, 2010 to the
Minister responsible for nationality and Citizenship, P.O. Box

N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.



NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that LUCIENNE PETIT-HOMME
of Podoleo Street, Nassau, Bahamas is applying to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
| registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and

that any person 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 10‘ day of March, 2010 to the Minister
responsible for nationality and Citizenship, P.O. Box
N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.


THE TRIBUNE

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010, PAGE 5.



Fishermen’s ‘environmental
terrorism’ remark criticised

By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net

FISHERMEN who accused developers
of environmental terrorism on the south
side of New Providence have been criti-
cised for being too strong with their lan-
guage.

Minister for the Environment Earl
Deveaux pointed out how bonefish guides

Clint Kemp and Aaron Bain of Secret:

Soul Fly Fishing Adventures used a
bridge built for the Bahamas National
Trust Bonefish Pond National Park while
pointing out the effect South Seas devel-
opment has on the park.

Mr Kemp said the dredging of a canal
and removal of acres of mangroves at the
site under construction at the entrance
to Bonefish Pond can only be. referred
to as environmental terrorism as the silt
released by dredging smothers the
remaining mangrove. roots and feeding
holes which once attracted hundreds
more fish, lobster and sharks.

Furthermore, the lost mangroves rep-
resent lost habitat for juvenile marine
species and less protection for animals
and the coastline from violent storms,
and this has been done at the Venice Bay
development just west of South Seas also.

However, in response to the fisher-
men’s complaints, Mr Deveaux pointed
out the efforts being made to protect the
environment on the south coast.

He said: “The boardwalk and pavilion
the fisherman was standing on and the
road, were all done as a result of our
effort to protect Bonefish Pond National
Park. .

“They were all completed this year by
BNT with stimulus funding; ‘Never com-

plain about the farmer with your mouth

full’.”
Mr Deveaux also passed on the anony-
mous comments he received following

the publication of Saturday’s Tribune arti-

cle reporting the fishermen’s claims.

The writer said: “These fishermen are
using strong language that is out of con-
text with the development situation. They
are operating like pirates, with an intent
to destroy a growing industry, by quoting
international law. that does not apply to
their own personal situation, they are
attempting to defend.

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“International law is not a personal
experience, it is a global experience.

- Because they are inaccurately applying a
label to a situation that is below the qual-
-ity of their claim, these fishermen have

exposed themselves as ‘not credible wit-
nesses to offer an expert opinion’. They

need to be corrected before it gets out of ,

hand.” -

The writer quoted Kaiiorne Timothy
Schofield’s definition of environmental
and eco terrorism: the utilisation of the
forces of nature for hostile purposes, such
as deliberate contamination of water or
agricultural resources, and the use of the
environment as a conduit for destruction,
such as releasing chemical or biological
weapons into the atmosphere.

But Mr Kemp maintains he was not
referring to the use of environmental ter-
rorism in armed conflict, but the destruc-
tion of valuable natural resources.

He believes the entire southern coast of
New Providence should be protected as
its mangroves and flats are unique to the
area and are highly valuable feeding and
breeding grounds for a wide variety of
marine life. .. « :



Man in court

Oya More Neb Eee

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net



‘A 29-YEAR-OLD man was charged
with possession of dangerous drugs on
Monday at the Eight Mile Rock Magis-
trate’s Court.

Dorrel Smith, 35, of Hunters, appeared
before Magistrate Gwen Claude. He plead-
ed not guilty to the charge.

It is alleged that on March 4, Smith was
found in possession of a quantity of sus-
pected marijuana. at a residence in
Freeport.

He was represented by attorney K Brian
Hanna and was.granted $10,000 bail’ with
one or two sureties.

Magistrate Claude ordered Smith to sign

in at Eight Mile Rock Police Station every
Friday before 9am, and to surrender travel
documents to the Court.

The case was pajournedt to May 31, 2010
for trial. :

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PALMDALE Primary
school, formerly
without Internet or cable
services, now boasts a full
telecommunications net-
‘work.

Education Minister 4

Desmond Bannister offi-
cially received the new secu-
rity. camera system from

Electro Telecom, along with »

a donation to LN Coakley
High School by. a.separate
company yesterday.

Safety

"Parents can feel greater
confidence in their child's
safety while at school,"
added, Minister Bannister,
"knowing that administra-
tion is equipped with a

sophisticated and immedi-

ate means of monitoring

their children."

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Mr Smith said they realized
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work, allowing in the future
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systems to be collectively
monitored.

In addition to 10 carneras,
Electro Telecom also pro-
vided and installed the
telecommunication infra-
structure to allow cable and
Internet services in all .class-

Palmdale Primary, not only
to show gratitude but

~ because we knew first hand

that there was a great need
for this infrastructure.

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INTEREST IN EVS SPURRED BY FEAR OF FUEL PRICE RESURGENCE AND NEED TO SEE AHEAD OF INDUSTRY CURVE

Electric vehicles could one day
become ‘the next big thing’

BY LARRY SMITH

OLLOWING the
unprecedented

spike in oil prices in *

2008, this column
considered the prospects for
electric vehicles asa way to
cut pollution as well as fuel
costs. At the time, availability
was limited to high-cost, low-
speed mini cars, with mass
production of no-compro-
mise, highway-capable vehi-
cles still a few years off.

The Bahamas Motor Deal-
ers Association's upcoming
new. car show (set for March
26 at the Marathon Mall),
plus recent inquiries from

interested readers, prompted.

an update to this story.

Interest in electric cars is
spurred as much by fear of a
pending resurgence in fuel
prices as the world, economy

“recovers, as by a desire to see
ahead of the industry curve.
So where do things stand
today?

Well, the short answer is
that all of the industry timeta-
bles are apparently being met
— and we are still on track
for broad availability of bat-
tery electric vehicles by 2012
from several start-ups as well
as Many mainstream manu-
facturers. _

And analysts estimate that
hybrids and ail- electric vehi-
cles together will account for
some 30 per cent of auto'sales
in.the US and Europe by
2020.

Mitsubishi's iMiEV goes on
sale in Japan next month with
a $24,000 price tag, but-it will
take the next three years to
ramp up production.

The Nissan Leaf will be’
introduced at the end of this. _

year — and Nissan says it will

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LARRY SMITH

soon be able to produce half a-

million EVs a year.

Meanwhile, the Chevy Volt
— which has a small gasoline
engine as well as an electric
motor — is also set to launch
later this year, with a $30-
40,000 price tag.

Others are playing catch-
up.

Daimler will introduce an
electric Smart Car later this
year.

Ford will launch two EVs

next year, Toyota’s all-elec-’

tric car will debut in 2012, and
Volkswagen will launch ‘an
electric mini-car in 2013, fol-
lowed by. electric versions of
the Golf, Jetta and. other
models.

In addition, most manufac-
turers will be producing many
more hybrid models — cars
that combine electric drive
with gasoline engines.

At the Geneva auto show

earlier this month, CEO Car-.

los Ghosn said Renault and
Nissan would lead the indus-
try in mass-producing battery-
powered vehicles next year.
And new consumer surveys
show that large percentages
of car owners in the United
States (30 per cent), Israel (57
per cent), Denmark 40 per
cent) and Australia (39 per
cent) want their next vehicles
to be electric.
Nissan-Renault have been
the most aggressive industry

proponents of pure electric

vehicles.

Head of Securities Operations

They are investing billions
in electric-vehicle assembly
lines and battery plants
around the.world to bring
capacity up to 200,000 units a
year by 2012.

To keep the price down,
they plan to sell the Leaf
without batteries.

Instead, owners will rent
batteries and pay for the miles
used, rather like acellular
phone plan.

Model

his is the transforma-
* tional business model
being promoted by Shai
Agassi's Better Place, which is
introducing managed EV
charging networks in several
countries, beginning with
Israel and Denmark next
year.

It will then implement ear-
ly deployment projects in
Australia and select North
American markets.

This switchable battery
solution addresses the range
of fixed battery electric cars —

usually 40 to 100 miles per’

charge.

Drivers will recharge at
home, at public plug-in sta-
tions, or by swapping batteries
at switch stations.

The price will be about
$120 a month in the US for

-battery rental and electricity.

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“Change can be painfully slow in the

Bahamas, but it can also create a band- :
wagon effect. When EVs are more wide-

ly available they are likely to become
fashionable as the next big thing.”



Israel (which has no oil of its

own) was the first country to
sign on to the Better Place
model.

Israel has cut import taxes
on EVs to 10 per cent com-
pared with 83 per cent for
gasoline models.

Denmark offers a minimum
$40,000 tax break on electric
cars — and free downtown

* parking — while imposing a.

punitive tax of about 200 per
cent on cars with internal
combustion engines.

Some people believe that a
gas-powered car's cost per

_ Mile is comparable.to an elec-

tric vehicle.

And since the electricity for
recharging is often generated
by fossil fuel power plants,
they question whether elec-
trification really works out to

. be better for the environment.
. But when you compare bat-

tery to gasoline power, elec-
tricity wins hands down.

A 2007 American study cal-
culated that powering a plug-

in hybrid electric vehicle .

would cost the equivalent of
roughly 75 cents per gallon of
gasoline.

And the US estimates that :

three-quarters of the coun-
try’s small vehicle fleet could
be charged by the existing
electrical grid without build-
ing new power plants.

Experts also agree that air.

pollution can be significantly
reduced by switching to elec-
tric vehicles, and can be cut
even further by using cleaner
electrical sources like wind
and solar.

Even relying on fossil fuel
power plants, overall levels of
greenhouse gases would be
reduced because the entire
process of moving a car one
mile is more efficient using
electricity than producing
gasoline and burning it in a
car's engine.

The US has already evalu-
ated the impact of vehicle
recharging on the electrical
grid.

A government study deter-
mined that if all the cars and
light trucks in the US
switched from oil to electrici-
ty, idle capacity in the existing

power system could. generate
most of the electricity con-

‘sumed. And preliminary indi-

cations are that a few hun-
dred EV's in this market

‘won't crash the grid either.

According to BEC chairman
Michael Moss, our peak load

occurs between 7 and 11pm: '

"Battery charging during
these hours may overload dis-
tribution circuits.

“But system loads after
midnight until around 7 in the
morning average around only
60 per cent of peak load, so
this will be the ideal time for
battery charging," he told me
recently.

"IT suppose most charging
pedestals could be pro-
grammed to provide charging

only after midnight, with a

limited number strategically
located to provide 24-hour
service at higher cost."

Typical American house-
holds used about 11,000 kilo-
watt hours of electricity annu-
ally in 2001.

Battery

+

A« studies show .
that adding an elec-

tric vehicle with 5-10 kWh of

_ useable battery capacity that

is charged once per day could
add an additional 21-43 per
cent per year to the house-
hold electricity load — com-
parable to average central air
conditioning and peerauon
loads.

Another big concern is the
batteries themselves:

The lead-acid batteries cur-
rently used in cars powered

. by either gasoline or electric-

ity are a major source of
ground pollution.
Both sulphuric acid and

lead are highly toxic to.

humans and animals.
But next-generation EV's

will use more powerful lithi-:

um ion batteries, which do not
contain cadmium, lead, mer-
cury and other poisonous ele-
ments. :

They will also be designed
to last several years and can
be recycled for other uses
after that.

Improper disposal of lead-
acid batteries is already a
major cause for concern in
developing countries like the
Bahamas, where environ-
mental regulations are lax.
Used car, truck, motorcycle
and boat batteries are consid-

‘ered hazardous waste and

should be shipped to battery
reclaimers.
_ But most still end up in
landfills where they can pol-
lute the water table.
Unfortunately, this is the
current practice here.
Government landfills
around.the country are sup-
posed to provide special facil-

_ities where hazardous waste

can be stored until properly
disposed of.

But there is also a local grey
market that reclaims lead

| from waste batteries, with the

acid simply being dumped.
But these practices have noth-
ing to do with electric vehi-
cles:

We should also consider the
capacity of local auto dealer-
ships to market and service
electric vehicles. _

Change can be painfully
slow in the Bahamas, but it
can also creaté a bandwagon
effect. When EVs are more
widely available they are like-
ly to become fashionable -as
the next big thing.

Local dealers need to antic-
ipate this and determine what
investment in training and
facilities is needed to lever-
age the trend.

Finally, there is the gov-
ernment itself — the Bahami-
an institution that is perhaps
most resistant to change.

Currently, new vehicles
attract a duty rate of 55 to 85
per cent.

. Hybrids attract a rate of 25
per cent, but no local dealer
imports them because manu-
facturers require special train-
ing.and equipment to service
them. In‘response to recent
inquiries, Ministry of Finance
officials said pure electric

‘ vehicles would attract the

same duty as gasoline-pow-
ered cars, which would make
imports uneconomical.

So, while you shouldn't

expect to sée any EVs at the
BMDA. new car show later

this month, now is the time
to express your interest and
encourage dealers to lobby

, the government for a more
-sensible policy.

* What do you think? Send
comments to larry@tribune-
media.net

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for what you will pay for a
house anywhere i in New Provi-
dence. Even in government
subdivisions the appraised val-
ue of some homes is over
$200,000, so $500,000 is clearly
inadequate for someone com-
ing to spend money on a home
seeking permanent residency.”

When the programme start-

ed in 1993 under the previous _

Free National Movement
administration, the threshold
was $250,000, according to Mr
Moss.

Second-home owners, are -

typically issued a home own-

er’s card, which allows them to

Regulations

reside in their local home for
about nine months. Permanent
residency status allows them to
live and work unrestricted.
“With the high cost of energy
and building material, the aver-
age home for a Bahamian is
reaching (the threshold) and

those who want to come in and"

take full advantage of what the
Bahamas has to offer ought to
pay more,” he said.

The most significant eco-
nomic contribution from the
second-home market is perhaps

government fees, such as the.

10 per cent stamp duty, ye is

a one time payment calculated
as a percentage of the value of
the sales transaction, and the
annual real property tax, which
is calculated based on the per-
centage scheme.

Under the Progressive Lib-
eral Party government there
was a cap on real property tax
at $35,000, according to George
Smith, Realtor and former Exu-
ma Member of Parliament. This
was lifted by the current gov-
ernment. Both fees contribute

significantly to the public purse.

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it keeps you in the market and
keeps you viable. Whatever
happens in the Bahamas suc-
cessfully in tourism, many coun-
tries have copied and they have
been able to build upon what
we did,” said Obie Wilch-
combe, opposition spokesman
on tourism.

Mr Smith is arguing for the
cap to be reinstated: He also
has little sympathy for critics
of foreign land ownership, argu-
ing that there is no shortage of

land in the Bahamas, contrary

to popular opinion, and second-
home developments do create
jobs, just of a different kind to
up and down resort develop-
ments.

“Yes, you do want in certain

‘ areas to build hotel rooms
. because they are more labour
intensive, but the people who

get jobs working in Lyford Cay
and other such places in a long
term way they become greater
beneficiaries because. of the
relationships that are formed
over time. It is nota question of
either or it is a question of both
and location,” said Mr Smith. °

One of the latest develop-
ments exposing itself to criti-
cism along this line is Serenity

Point, a planned high-end 40- °

acre gated residential commu-
nity, targeting second-home
owners. It is comprised of 24
beach-front lots, hilltop sites
and elevated estates on the five-
mile long Schooner Bay Beach,
in Great Abaco.

When asked to respond to
critics of the development, Alex
Nihon II, president of the
development company, Anco
Lands, said: “The (Abaco)
coastline is 130 miles long. We

are only using 850 feet here.
Need I say more.’

Some developers argue, on
islands where there is not a
heavy concentration of popu-
lation, like Eleuthera, Exuma,
Andros, quality jobs are more
important to large numbers of
jobs. In areas, such as Cable
Beach, New Providence, many
rooms and many jobs are more
important.

Real estate developer, Mr
Moss said: “I am not against it,
but I am against it being cheap-
ened and it has been cheap-
ened.

“Half a million for any
wealthy person in the US to
acquire is not significant. A
major deal to put.money into
the economy is $2 million. That
is going to put.real money into
the professionals involved. That
makes more’sense.’

Police crack airport ‘ring of corruption’

FROM page one

fandeni.

“Our investigation’ is ongoing at this time, and
it might reveal some more things,”

The three people in ‘custody are assisting police
with their inquiries, Superintendent Stephen
Dean told The Tribune yesterday.

He added: “The reality is that over the years
many residents and visitors alike have complained
of missing luggage when they have been travelling
to and from the Bahamas. This ‘has been a Hajor

concern for the police.

“So as a result the police over the past years
have put in strategies, working in tandem with

FROM page one

worked at Princess Margaret

- Hospital (PMH) for nearly 40

years told how she has been
insulted by the move.

She criticised hospital chiefs -

for failing to provide adequate

“! parking for nurses, and for fail-

ing to reward hard work.
The 59-year-old, who does

not want to be named, says she .

had 50 cents taken from her
February pay cheque because
she was more than five minutes
late for work on two occasions.

On.one morning, the nurse
claims she was caught in the rain
and unable. to find a parking
space within five minutes of her
8am clock-in time. On the other
occasion, she said, her car hit an

partners at the airport, security at the airport,
and a number of other-entities to develop strate-
gies on how we can minimize such incidents of
theft of luggage. And we think we have now got-

she added.

ten the biggest break in a little while.”

In February of this year a businesswoman com-
plained to. the pslice that thousands of dollars of
her clothing merchandise had been stolen from

her luggage upon arrival at the Lynden Pindling

tigation. ©

International Airport. Upon receipt of this infor-
mation, the police launched an immediate inves-.

Meanwhile, based on some of the items uncoy-

ered by the team, police believe “other matters”

tions.

Nurses

open trench on Shirley Street
and she was delayed with’a flat
tyre.

However, she says her diffi-

culties were received without
compassion from hospital boss- ~
es.

“If. they take 10'cents out of

my salary it is undeserved,” the .

nurse said.
“I give them quality hard-
working hours but.it seems they

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hard economic times they
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from work now because they
would rather stay home and
take sick pay.if they are run-_
ning late than get their salary
cut.. ;
' “We are going to have a lot
of disgruntled staff and this
needs to be addressed.”
Bahamas Nurses Union
(BNU) president Cleola Hamil-

. ton said nurses are being slight-

ed in the new system which
does not affect doctors and
managers who are provided
adequate parking. .
-- She wants the system to be
‘corrected so staff.are not unfair-
lypunished. ~~ - :

“This is absolutely ridicu-
lous!” Ms Hamilton said.

“If. you. are cutting: an
employee’s salary for being late
then cut them for the-exact time
they are late; not for the time
that is rounded up on an un- |
synchronized clocking system

. specifically. designed - to steal

from employees!

“Since its inception this auto-
“mated system has done nothing
but. confuse workers with its
continued complexities strip-
ping them of their rights and
privileges in order to.accom-
modate an automated system

. that is not properly managed.

“Tt appeared the initial intent
was focused on organisational
growth and development, but
it is now being used as an instru-
ment of repression and regres-
sion programmed to impinge
upon.and take away. the benefits
‘of one group of employees and
totally ignore the other group.
“Not.to mention the total
- chaos it generates. while super-
visors continuously: struggle

with the employees’ schedul-
ing.”

Inquiries made to the Pubic
Hospitals Authority on the mat-

Ster were not answered before

. The Tribune went to press.

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Games will
be spectacular
multi-sporting

event

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

THE XIX Commonwealth
Games will be the biggest
sporting event on the inter-
national calendar for the
Bahamas to participate in this
year.

The event is scheduled for
October in New Delhi and
according to Mohinder
Grover, the high commis-
sioner for India, it will be a
spectacular multi-sporting
event.

In town to promote the
passing of the Queen’s Baton
Relay here over the Easter
holiday weekend, Grover said
Bahamians should not worry

because the global economic’ '

crisis will not have any effect.

“It’s going to be okay,”
Grove said. “There’s no rea-
son to worry about anything.”

Grover said he has met
with the Bahamas Olympic
Association and the Ministry
of Youth, Sports and Culture
and has assured both entities
that they can get the Bahami-
an teams ready to travel to
India.

A total of 70 countries
make up the Commonwealth
and Grover said the India
Olympic Committee, the
organising body for the
games, is preparing to host
everybody.

In preparation for the
games, Grover said the
Queen’s Baton Relay left
Buckingham Palace on Octo-
ber 29 and is‘on a 240-day
journey through the 70 Com-
monwealth nations.

The baton, which has a
message for the athletes from
Queen Elizabeth II, is cur-
rently in St Vincent and the
Grenadines and is slated to

_head to the Cayman Islands
before it arrives here on April
2 (Good Friday).

After traveling from»Free-
dom Park in Fox Hill to
Arawak Cay and then Gov-
ernment House on Saturday,
April 3, the baton is sched-
uled to leave on April 4 for
the Turks & Caicos Islands.

‘ Once the baton passes
through all of the participat-
ing countries, it will be deliv-
ered to India where it will
take a 100-day trek through

_ SEE page 10 ¢ |

TES



BASEBALL
JBLN UPDATE

THE Junior Baseball
League of Nassau contin- .
- ued its regular season over
the weekend at the St
Andrew’s Field of Dreams
with the following results
posted:
TEEBALL ||
Sidewinders def. Blue
Claws 24-13; Knights def.
Grasshoppers 21-11; °
Raptors def. Sand
Gnats 20-19
COACH PITCH
Athletics def. '
Pirates 13-7;
Cubs def. Diamondbacks
11-9; Angels def.
Padres 16-6
MINOR LEAGUE
Brewers def. Red Sox
29-14; Rockies def. Mets
8-4; Royals def.
Orioles 14-13 :
MAJOR LEAGUE
Indians and Mariners
played to 17-17 (tie);
Marlins def. Reds 11-6
JUNIOR LEAGUE
Dodgers def. Rays 5-3;
Yankees def. Twins 9-4
SENIOR LEAGUE
Phillies def. Giants 7-6;
Nationals def. Tigers 9-4





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Young Freeport
athletes getting
more exposure
playing abroad

THE YMCA’s affiliation

with the Hall of Fame Base-
ball League in Florida is giv-

- ing young Grand Bahamian

athletes an opportunity to get
more exposure by playing in
the US.

Twenty-three boys traveled

to South Florida to compete
against teams in the 12-and-
.under and 14-and-under divi-
sions. :

The trip was made possible
through membership fees and
donations. The Grand
Bahama Port Authority Lim-
ited (GBPA) is also a major
corporate contributor to the
programmes at the local
YMCA.

“The roles of organisations
such as the ‘Y’ are vital in
communities. With today’s
push towards encouraging
youngsters to become more
physically active, programmes
offered by the centre provide
multiple avenues for them to
develop physically through
sport. Therefore, GBPA is
more than happy to lend our
support to one of the ‘Y’s’
newest initiatives as it relates
to baseball,” said Ian Rolle,
president of the GBPA.

Coach Knowles is opti-
mistic about the -baseball
academy’s new thrust. “We
are not a baseball or softball
league. As an academy our
focus is to transfer knowledge,
provide high level training

SEE page 10

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| ‘An historic
weekend’ for
the athletes

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net



t’s going to be an historic weekend for Bahamian track

and field athletes. While the Bahamas Association of

Athletic Associations hosts its annual Scotiabank

National High School Track and Field Championships,

senior athletes will be competing at major meets in
the United States and Doha, Qatar.

A-number of athletes will be competing at the NCAA Divi-
sion One Indoor Championships at Randal Tyson Track Com-
plex at the University of Arkansas from Friday to Sunday.

» Leading the way is Auburn Tigers’ junior sprinter Sheni-
qua ‘Q’ Ferguson. She is actually listed in the number three spot
in both the women’s 60 and 200 metres.

In the 60, Ferguson has.clocked a season’s best of 7.22 sec-
onds. The fastest qualifying time in the straight away race is 7.18
by Blessing Okagbare, a senior at UTEP.

And Ferguson has done 23.14 in the 200 for her third place.
The one-lap race on the 200 metre track is topped by Shavon
Greaves, a junior at Penn State.

Grand Bahamian Nivea Smith, another member of the
Auburn connection, is sixth on the list at 23.32. —

Two other members from Auburn University fell short of
qualifying. They are sprinter Cache Armbrister and hurdler
Krystal Bodie. Auburn’s 4 x 400 relay also didn’t make the qual-
ifying cut. aa

. On-the men’s side, Demetrius Pinder, a junior at Texas

.A&M, will compete in the 400. He has ran the sixth fastest qual-
ifying time of 46.01. The fastest qualifying time is 45.03, done by
Torrin Lawrence, a.sophomore from the University of Georgia.

Pinder is also scheduled to run on Aggie’s 4 x'400 relay

» team that has the fastest qualifying time of 3:04.86.

Two other Bahamians, senior Jamaal. Butler and junior

LaToy Williams, are expected to suit up for the Texas Tech Red
Raiders, who have the seventh best time of 3:07.27.
_ And on the field, Rudon Bastian, a senior at the University
of Louisville, is expected to suit up in his Cardinals uniform in
the triple jump where his season’s best of 7.87 metres has him
ranked at No.8.

The-top ranked competitor is Alain Bailey, a senior at
Arkansas with.8.17m. s 3
_. Gerard Brown of Auburn University didn’t make the cut.

Meanwhile at the NCAA Division II Indoor Championships
at the Adams State College in Albuquerque, a couple more’

/ \Bahamians are slated tocompete. .

___ Tia Rolle, a freshman at Lincoln-University, secured the
13th and final spot in the women’s 60 in 7.60. The fastest qual-
ifying time is 7.18 by Barbara Pierre, a senior at St Augustine’s

-College. .

Rolle has double duties, having also qualified with the 12th

_ best time of 24.74 in the 200. Once again, Pierre has the fastest

time of 23.88. ofthe aR aS ete

And Michelie Cumberbatch, another freshman at Lincoln,
has the 10th best qualifying time of 56.16 in the 400. The best
mark is 54.79 by Kristi Buerkle, a junior at Bemidji State.

Cumberbatch is also on the Lions’ 4 x 400 relay team that has.
the fastest qualifying time of 3:43.36. ae

Over in Doha, a 13-member team is set to represent the
Bahamas at the 12th IAAF Worlds Indoor Championships

' SEE page 10 .












GARVIN Tynes’ boys baseball team repeated
as champions of New. Providence Primary
Schools Sports Association. They were.
crowned back-to-back champions with a 4-2 |
decision over Columbus Primary. Michael
Butler Jr (inset) was named the most valuable -
player for Garvin Tynes. Columbus Primary _
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TRIBUNE SPORTS



~~ SPORTS



Sadie Curtis girls
clinch softball crown

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

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Sadie Curtis in action against §
Sandilands Primary...



GARVIN Tynes’ boys baseball team
repeated as champions of the New
Providence Primary Schools Sports
Association but it was the girls of Sadie
Curtis who celebrated the most after
they clinched their softball crown at
the Baillou Hills Sporting Complex.

“It feels great because this is.actual-
ly the first time that Sadie Curtis girls
have ever won a championship in any:
sport,” said coach Gail Barrow. “It’s
our first time, so this is just an awe-
some feeling.”

Sadie Curtis pulled off an impres-
sive 14-1 victory over Sandilands Pri-
mary in the game that was delayed
from Friday when the tournament
should.have been completed.

“The girls played very well. They
worked very hard as a team,” Barrow |
said.

She, commended the battery mate
of pitcher Toni Lee and catcher Shaw-
nari Gardiner for anchoring the team
to the championship.

As.a part of their celebrations, Bar-
row said she intends to treat the team
to a pizza party when they return to
Sadie Curtis.

On their way to the championship,
Sadie Curtis knocked off Uriah
McPhee and Sandilands got by Colum-
bus in the playoff games that were held
earlier in the day.

Monty Charlton, coach of Sandi-
lands, said although they lost, he was
still proud of the girls because they
were not expected to play.in the final.

“The better team won today,” Charl-
ton said. “I guess maybe fright got to
them because we only scored one run.
But all of the girls are in grade -five,
so we will be back next year.”

To avoid getting shut out, Sandi-

‘lands Primary got the lone.run in the
third inning when Danielle Curry got
on base on a Single and eventually
scored on consecutive errors.

Uriah McPhee and Columbus played
for the consolation third place.

Also on Monday at the complex,
Garvin Tynes were crowned back-to-
back-champions with a 4-2 decision
over Columbus Primary. As predict-
ed by both teams, it was a well played
game.

_ Michael Butler Jr, the winning pitch-
er, who also did some catching behittd*
the plate, was named the most valu-
able player for Garvin Tynes, coached
by Janice Williams and Michael Butler
Sr. For Columbus, coached by
Lawrence Sweeting, pitcher Javaughn
Taylor w.,s just as outstanding, but they
came out on the losing end. |

Garvin Tynes knocked off Oakes
Field 12-7 in their playoff game on Fri-
day, while Columbus got by Palmdale
15-4. The championship game was

_ postponed to Monday because of time
on Friday.

In the consolation game Monday,
Oakes Field played Palmdale.

° Up next on the association’s cal- .
endar is track and field scheduled for
next month. That will be followed by
the awards: presentation luncheon to

. close out the yearin May.

BOTTOM — SADIE Curtis
(oem UENM ECU Nt a (ltd)
holds on to the ball.

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- multi-sporting event

FROM page 9 ©

all of the capital cities in Indi-”
a’s 28. states and seven union »
territories and-many other.

cities along the ‘way.

It will eventually end up in
the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadi-
um for the official opening
ceremonies of the XIX Com-
monwealth Games on Octo-

ber.3 where the message in

the baton from the Queen will
be read to the athletes.

“T believe it’s going very
well,” said: Grover; who is
responsible ‘for the baton as
it travels through Jamaica, the

Bahamas, Turks & Caicos ©

and the Cayman Islands.

On March 30, Grover said
‘an elaborate celebration will’
take place at his Pome in



Jamaica where some 300 per-
sons, including former and
curtent athletes, will assem-
ble as the baton is passed
through the island.

Triple men’s world record
holder Usain Bolt, who elec-
trified the world with his stun-
ning performances in the 100,
200 and on Jamaica’s 4 x 400
relay teams at both the 2008
Olympic Games and 2009
World Championships, is
expected to attend.

‘Grover, however, said they
are hoping that Bolt and his
management team will come
to India and participate in the’
games. He said the people of
India w ould definitely like to
‘seé the world’s 8. fastest man in
action. ;

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Young Freeport athletes
getting more exposure
playing abroad

FROM page 9

and international exposure
opportunities for our mem-
bers. Through the YMCA,
organisations like GBPA
have given us a chance to
assist these young people and
we are very thankful,” he said.

The overall aim of the
YMCA’s Baseball Academy
is to prepare the young play-
ers to be ready to accept
opportunities as they become
available in high schools, col-
leges and universities abroad.

The academy has already
placed young men in acade-
mic boarding schools and uni-
versities in the US as student
athletes.

“This is another aspect that
we find most encouraging,”
said Rolle. “Through partici-
pation in such programmes
an even greater avénue Is
opened up for those who
excel to study abroad on,ath-
letic scholarships to their bet-
terment.”

The YMCA Baseball
Academy’s trip to Florida was
termed successful with local
Grand Bahama players

excelling in base- -running
speed, and hitting in the 14-
and-under division.

' Four games were played in
each Wivision, with the Grand

Bahama players winning one

game each per division, bring-
ing their records for the sea-
son in both divisions to 1 and

23;

“Our boys are behind in
terms of experience and we’re
especially concentrating on
pitching and hitting. However,
that’s the main purpose.- We
want the exposure to benefit
the kids. This is a very com-
petitive baseball league which
really demands our attention
and focus to ensure our teams
are prepared and ready to
play,” said coach Knowles.

Additional trips to Florida
are planned for March 19 and
April 23.

“Opportunities such as this
are invaluable for their future
development. We have a lot
of work to do, but we have a
plan, the coaches to assist with
this plan and the resources to
ensure our boys get exposure
to high level training and
game experience,” he added.

‘An historic weekend’ for athletes .

FROM page 9

that will also get underway on
Friday. The Bahamas will be
represented by the following
athletes:

Women - Chandra Sturrup
(60) and Christine Amertil
(400).

Men - Rodney Greene (60);
Chris Brown and Michael
Mathieu (400); Shamar Sands
(60 hurdles); Donald ‘Thomas
and Trevor Barry (high jump)
and Andretti Bain, La’Sean
Pickstock and Juan Lewis are
scheduled to join Brown and
Mathieu on the 4 x 4 relay

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team.

The IAAF is offering cash
incentives of $40,000 for first
place, $20,000 for second,
$10,00 for third, $9,000 for
fourth, $6,000 for fifth and
$4,000 for sixth.

Here at the Thomas A
Robinson Track and Field
Stadium, the majority of the
top athletes are slated to com-
pete in the Scotiabank High
School Nationals starting
Thursday.

Grand Bahama schools
won't be taking part as they
are hosting their island cham-
pionships at the same time.


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FROM page one

and a “full investigation” was
underway to determine if any-
one else might be guilty of the
same.

Turning to environmental
reports compiled by the devel-
opers of the Bimini Bay pro-
ject, which he recently perused,
Dr Deveaux said his impres-
sion was that the reports
showed that the environmen-
tal officers have not beén as
proactive as they should be
when it comes to following up
on demands made of develop-
ers.

“I’m not satisfied with my
staff,” he said.

“J just looked at (one of the
reports) this morning and I was
disappointed with the lack of
dynamism in the exchange
(between the developers and
the Ministry).

“Nature is not static. When

you approve certain things in
an environment where things
are building it requires moni-
toring. If you are concerned
that a developer or a commu-
nity is being impacted in a neg-
ative way then we have to be
the ones taking the initiative or
being the aggressor to ensure

that what we want is being put:

in place. I don’t think we do
that.” ;

The reports submitted by
Bimini Bay have been coming
into the Ministry of Environ-
ment since mid-2008, when the
Government — mindful of com-
plaints about’ environmental
degradation allegedly wrought
by the development — caused a

second environmental impact

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Earl Deveaux

assessment to be undertaken
and subsequently mandated
that, in order to obtain certain
construction approvals, Bimini
Bay must bring an environ-
mental officer on to its staff and
submit regular reports to the
Ministry.

“T can’t say that I’m satisfied

‘that the inter-action between

what was approved and what
was required is in fact deliver-

‘ing what we want,” said the

Minister.

He denied accusations that
the Ministry is “permitting
destruction” in Bimini, or that
the developers have in fact

“done anything contrary to.

what they were told to do”, but
suggested that it is crucial to
ensure that the Ministry

remains awaré and vigilant of

how construction activities that
Bimini Bay has been permitted

.to do does not “impact on the

part that we have protected.”
Speaking of the relationship
between the Ministry and
developers more generally, Dr
Deveaux added: “I think we are
making progress, we are
increasingly getting a better
group. of environmental pro-
fessionals who know what to
have regard: for our organisa-
tions are getting more respon-

siveness (but) it’s not happen-

ing certainly as fast as I’d like it
or we need it..

“The biggest source of my
dissatisfaction is that we’re not
taking the initiative to ensure

that the things we prescribe
should be in place, such as envi-

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' long been a source of

ronmental manage-
ment plans, are in fee.
in place.”

‘The Bimini Bay
Resort, Marina and
Spa development has

contention between
environmentalists,
local and foreign, the
public and the Gov-:
ernment, over the
extent to which the
large-scale project is
permanently damaging
the eco-sensitive surrounding
environment. Bimini'Bay devel-
opers, The Capo Group, have
denied the resort is having a
detrimental effect on Bimini’s
environment and claim to be
adhering to best environmen-
tal practices.

Nonetheless, complaints con-
tinue. The Tribune recently
received a number of open let-
ters to Minister Deveaux from
individuals who fear that

- despite the Government’s

proclamation that a Marine
Protected Area (MPA) would
be enforced around Bimini, the
environment is not irt fact being
preserved but further degraded
by the activities of the Bimini
Bay developer. .

Alfredo Quarto, executive
director of the Mangrove
Action Project, which has for
years taken a special interest in
the issue of,mangrove and
marine protection in Bimini,
wrote on February 27, 2010,
that the MAP “applauds the
Bahamian government for
declaring Bimini’s MPA, but

. without definite boundaries,

regulations and enforcement

~ the benefits of this MPA will

be stunted.”

‘He expressed concern
about the removal of
mangroves, extensive
dredging and the filling
of wetlands in North
Bimini, questioning
whether it is going ahead
with approval from the
government and asking
for an update from the
government on the sta-
tus of the Marine Pro-

al DaveUyg tected Area.

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webshop

- FROM page one

‘a number of raids on local

numbers houses as lotteries
remain illegal in the
Bahamas.

However, a number of

officers last night admitted
to The Tribune that they saw
“no sense” in what they were
doing as the numbers house

would in all likelihood be

open for business again in 24
hours — along with the
countless others throughout

the length and breath of the .

country.

Despite this painful truth,
the management of the Roy-
al Bahamas Police Force has
made the point of keeping
up their attack on all illegal-
ity in the Bahamas and have
vowed to make examples out
of those who would continue
to flagrantly break the coun-
try’s laws...






FROM page one

arate stabbing attacks being
committed between Monday
and Tuesday.

Police said it was around
3.30pm Monday when they
received information of a
stabbing on the soccer field
of the high school's John F
Kennedy Drive campus. Offi-
cers were told that a 17-year-
old St John's student and a
boy from H O Nash junior
high school, which is also on
JFK Drive, were fighting.

During the row, the 17-
year-old was stabbed on his
right side, said police press
officer Sergeant Chrislyn
Skippings.

"The student was taken, to
hospital via EMS where he is
listed in stable condition."

‘ $t John's College Principal
Valencia Saunders could not

message left for the vice-prin-
cipal was not returned up to
press time.

Police are also. investigat-
ing a shooting and another
stabbing that occurred yes-
terday morning.

‘ Sometime around. 9.10am,
a 29-year-old man of Cowpen
Road was shot in the right
knee during a fight with
another man...

Police were told the victim
was on Graham Drive, in Yel-
low Elder Gardens, when he
and a man in a white Ford

Boy stabbed by student

‘ing the fray, one of the men

- where his condition was last

be reached for comment. A’

‘the men brandished a knife

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Escort got into a row.

At some point, the 29-year-
old was shot in his knee. He
was taken to hospital by EMS
where he is said to be in sta-
ble condition.

About five minutes earlier,
around 9.05am, police were
also called to the scene of a
stabbing at Summer Haven in
South Beach. Responding |
officers were told: that a 16-
year-old boy was near his
home when he got into a dis-
pute with a group of men.

Sgt Skippings said that dur-

produced a knife, stabbing the
teen in his chest. The boy was
taken to hospital by EMS

listed as stable.

Police said they are follow-
ing significant leads into the
matter.

The Royal Bahamas Police
Force is also investigating an
attack at a convenience store
on Bacardi Road.

‘Police were told that a man
was accosted by a group of
men shortly after 8 pm Mon-
day while at the Century Con-
venience store.

The victim claimed one of

stabbing him in his hand and
eye, police said. The victim
was taken to hospital by pri-
yate vehicle where he is listed
in stable condition.

Police investigations into
all of the incidents contin-

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Almost one in 10 loans
‘non-performing —

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

CLOSE to one in every 10
loans’ to Bahamian consumers
and businesses is now non-per-

forming or 90 days past due,,

Central Bank of the Bahamas
data released yesterday shows,
with the total value of private
sector borrowings in arrears
now standing at $1.106 billion -
some 18.1 per cent of the out-
standing portfolio.

While not surprising to regu-
~ lators, the banking industry and
economic observers, the latest
figures on bank asset quality
continue to.show a deteriorat-

88.9% subsidy rise fuels
30% deficit growth

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor |

AN 88.9 per cent increase in

subsidies to public corporations
and entities was a key factor.
- behind the 6.4 per cent increase
in central government spend-
ing witnessed during the 2009-
2010 Budget year’s first half, it
was disclosed,yesterday, with
the fiscal deficit for that period
growing by 30.3 per cent to

SEE page 2B

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By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

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inquiries have increased.

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over-year, the Bahamas

Real Estate Associa-

tion’s (BREA) told Tribune Business

yesterday, adding that if recent trends

continued over the next several

months the industry would be in “bet-
ter shape” by July/August this year.

Acknowledging that while it would

* More than $1.1bn
worth of Bahamian ~
credit in default

* Some $543m in

* mortgages, and $261m
in commercial loans,
now more than 90
days past due

ing picture,. providing further
evidence of how exposed ©
Bahamian households and busi-
nesses have been to a reduc-

SEE page 2B

* ‘Assistance to public
entities’ expands to almost
_ $60m in 2009-2010
fiscal first half
* Fiscal deficit hits $176m,
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Realtors see 15-20 per cent buyer interest rise

FROM page 1B

and it’s a lot better than it was
two to three months ago.
There are more inquiries, traf-
fic and some people have
signed sales agreements, so
that’s a good sign.

“Hopefully, this trend con-
tinues, and if it does, by
July/August - while it won’t
be back to ‘normal’ - it’ll be a
lot better than last year.
Hopefully, we will see a good
recovery over the next few
months.”

Michael Lightbourn, head
of Coldwell Banker Light-
bourn Realty, agreed with Mr

Wong that the Bahamian real
estate market appeared to be
improving, although the pic-
ture was cloudy.

“IT would say.the answer is
yes, but'it’s a mixed bag,” he

told Tribune Business. “In’

some areas there’s things hap-
pening quickly, and in some
areas things are happening
slowly. We sold two beach
lots in Great Harbour Cay [in
the Berry Islands] at the
weekend.”

Meanwhile, Mr Wong told .

Tribune Business that inter-
national buyers “seem to be
taking a closer look” at the
Bahamas, as: evidenced by
.tecently-closed sales and pur-

chase agreements in commu-
nities such as Ocean Club
Estates, Old Fort Bay and
Lyford Cay.

“Prices are holding firm,”
the BREA president added.
“There are no fire sales at
either the high end or the low

end. One of the problems we .

have in New Providence is a
lack of inventory here, so sell-
ers have largely been able to
get what they’ve been look-

-ing for, maybe 5-10 per cent
‘less than the asking price,
because you always put a little

’ cushion in there.”
Rental prices seemed to be

holding firm, too, Mr Wong
told Tribune Business, adding

that he had returned from a
ReMax conference in Orlan-
do where optimism about the
state of the US/global econo-
my and real estate market
appeared to be picking up.

“My colleagues were show-
ing some optimism that things
are improving,” the BREA
president told Tribune’ Busi-
ness. “Once things get better
in the US, it usually comes
over here.”

He added that while other »
Bahamian islands were not
doing as well as New Provi-
dence, “business. is picking
up”, with both Abaco and
Eleuthera seeing increases in
business over 2009.

Almost one in 10 loans non-performing

_FROM page 1B"

tion in top-line income due to the recession.

Acknowledging that Bahamian com-
mercial banks. saw their asset quality
“weaken further in the month of January,
as the protracted period of elevated unem-
ployment and weakened private sector
activity continued to negatively impact bor-
rowers’ ability to repay debts”, the Central
Bank said the first month of 2010 saw a
$16.1 million or 1.5 per cent increase in
loan arrears to hit $1.106 billion, compared
to end-December 2009.

As a result, the percentage of total loans
in arrears increased by 0.3 per of a per-
centage point to 18.1 per cent.

Breaking this down, the Central Bank
said total loans between 31-90 days past
due increased by $6.4 million or 1.3 per
cent in January to $520.1 million, increasing
the percentage of loans inthis category to
8.5 per cent of the total outstanding pri-
vate sector loan portfolio.

In the more critical non-performing cat-
egory, where loans are more than 90 days
overdue, and upon which the banks stop
accruing interest, there was an increase of
$9.7 million or 1.7 per cent to some $586. 1
million of credit in trouble.

This meant that some 9.6 per cent of the
$6.585 billion private sector loan portfolio

is now non pettoiiaitip with close to one in

. five loans now in default.

“The build-up in total arrears was led
by a $25.4 million (10.8 per cent) hike in the
commercial segment to $261 million, due to
gains in both the short-term and non-accru-
al components of $14.2 million (19.2 per
cent) and $11.2 million (6.9 per cent)
respectively),” the Central,Bank report on
monthly economic and financial develop-
ments for January found.

“In addition, mortgage delinquencies
firmed by $11.5 million (2.2 per cent) to
$543 million, owing to growth in 31-90 day
arrears of $4.7 million (1.6 per cent) and
non-performing loans of $6.9 million (2.8
per cent).”

However, “consumer loan arrears fell
by $20.8 million (6.5 per cent) to $302.2
million, reflecting declines in the 31-90 day
and non-performing segments by $12.5 mil-
lion (8.4 per cent) and $8.4 million (4.8 per
cent) respectively”.

As a result, the Central Bank said
Bahamian commercial banks increased
their loan loss provisions by $3 million or

1.4 per cent during January 2010 to $216.6.

million, leaving the ratio of provisions to
arrears at 19.6 per cent.:

Still, the monetary policy regulator reas- .

sured Bahamians that the financial system

“remained stable, with commercial bank
capitalisation “well in excess of the manda-
tory 8 per.cent of risk-weighted assets”,
leaving the reduced asset quality “ade-
quately covered by bank capital posiiions”.

Elsewhere, banking system liquidity
remained strong, with excess liquid assets
standing at $494.05 million, while foreign
exchange reserves were at $796.11 million.

And January saw a $3 million gain in
private sector credit, compared to a $25.1
million contraction in the same month dur-
ing 2009. This was driven largely by a $3.8
million advance in commercial claims, along
with a $0.5 million gain in mortgage growth.

With total tourism.receipts “expected to
remain significantly below ‘pre-crisis’ levels
in the near term”, and the economy still
fragile despite “a more positive picture
emerging”, the Bahamas was expected to
be challenged during 2010 with the global
rebound “expected to be less robust than
previous recoveries”.

Construction activity was set to be
“anaemic” due to the lack of foreign direct
investment, and the Central Bank con-
cluded: “The near-term outlook is for little
improvement in current unemployment
levels, with the majority of short-term job
opportunities accruing from government’ s
employment initiatives.”





‘FROM page 1B

$176.2 million.

The Central Bank of the
Bahamas’ report on monthly
economic and financial devel-
opments for January 2010
revealed that what it termed

“assistance to public entities”
grew to $59.6 million during the
period between July 1 and
December 31, 2009.

That was the principal factor
behind why the Government’s
total spending for the 2009-2010
Budget year’s first half grew to
$805.1 million, again illustrat-
ing how loss-making, financial-
ly strapped public.corporations
are bleeding taxpayers and
exacerbating the Bahamas’ fis-
cal weaknesses at a time when
the Ingraham ‘administration
needs every cent of revenue it
can lay its hands on. °

- A major factor behind the
“assistance” increase is likely
to have been the $30 million
payment the Government
made to Shell Western on the
Bahamas Electricity Corpora-
tion’s (BEC) behalf, paying
down the latter’s fuel bill
payables.

Phenton Neymour, the min-
ister of state for the environ-

_ ment, who has responsibility

for BEC, told the House of
Assembly during the Mid-Term

_ Budget debate that the Corpo-

ration owed Shell some $62.1
million in unpaid fuel bills ‘as

at February 28, 2010.

Of that sum, some $22.8 mil-

a lion came due in February, with

the remainder past due and a
smaller amount to come due in

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“January 2010 was $29.1 million.

In other words, we bill $29.1
million and for the same period
we owe Shell $22.8 million.
Essentially, in January 2010,
$0.78 on every dollar collected

by BEC went towards its fuel’

bill,” Mr Neymour said.

Another factor behind the
6.4 per cent increase in the
Government’s spending during
the Budget year first half was
the 36.23 per cent increase in
capital expenditure, which rose
from $59 million in the. previous
year to some $80.4 million this
time around.

This spending, of course, was
directed towards infrastructure
and capital works projects as
part of the Government’s eco-
nomic stimulus programme,
with the: increase widely seen
as socially desirable to soak up

heightened unemployment lev- ©

els and improve the founda-
tions upon which the private
sector conducts business.

The Central Bank data again
indicated that the Government
had enjoyed a measure of suc-
cess in controlling its recurrent

' spending during the 2009-2010

first half. This money, which
covers the Government’s fixed
costs such as rents and civil ser-
vice wages, actually decreased
by 0.12 per cent to $665.2 mil-
lion, compared to the $666 mil-
ljon outlay during the 2008-
2009 first half.




















However, the Central Bank
noted that the fiscal deficit for
the 2009-2010 first half ‘had
grown from $135.3 million in
the 2008-2009 Budget year to
$176.2 million this year because
“the rise in aggregate expendi-
ture outweighed the modest

_ growth in revenue”.

As commented by-both the
Prime Minister and Tribune.
Business previously, the Gov-
ernment’s revenues had bene-
fited from $84 million in one-off
revenues, largely generated by
the South Riding Point sale and
Bahamas Telecommunications
Company (BTC) dividend.

The Central Bank acknowl-
edged this, noting that non-tax
revenue more than doubled to
$129.5 million during the 2009-
2010 fiscal first half. This result-
ed in total revenues increasing
by 1.2 per cent to $628.9 mil-
lion. :

‘ However, tax collections fell
by 12.2 per cent to $499.3. mil-
lion, due to the impact on inter-
national trade and economic
activity from the decline in con-
sumer demand. Taxes related
to international trade and trans-
actions fell by 10.7 per cent
year-over-year, while ‘miscel-
laneous’ Stamp taxes dropped
by 21.3 per cent.

Import and excise duties
declined by 11.74 per cent dur-
ing the 2009-2010 first half,
falling to $262.5: million com-

. pared to the $297.4 million gen-

erated the year before.
Other data released by the’
Central Bank showed that the

.central government’s direct

debt had increased by almost
$450 million year-over-year
between January 2009 and Jan-
uary 2010, hitting $3.32 billion
in the latter month.

With the national debt stand-
ing at $3.9 billion at year-end
2009, Central Bank figures
showed that the Bahamas’ total
foreign currency debt stood at
$1.179 billion as at end-Janu-
ary 2010, some 30.2 per cent of

. the total debt.

The $1.179 billion figure rep-
fesented an almost $323 mil-
lion increase on the Bahamas’
foreign currency debt year-
over-year, but only $703.1 mil-
lion or 59.6 per cent of this
nation’s foreign currency bor-
rowings are held by foreign
creditors. This means that only
18 per cent of the Bahamas’
total national debt is in the
hands of overseas creditors.

The Central Bank said
prospects for a short-term
improvement in the Bahamas’
fiscal position were slim to non-
existent, stating: “Anaemic pri-
vate sector demand constrained
prospects for any near-term,
improvements in the fiscal sit-
uation, which registered a dete-
rioration during the first half
of the 2009-2010 fiscal year.

“The deficit and debt-to-
GDP ratios are anticipated to

’ stay elevated in the near term,

reflecting the sustained effects
of weak consumer demand con-
ditions on tax revenues.”

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Standards adoption may
lower audit fees ‘10-20%’

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

BAHAMIAN accountants
were last night voting on
whether to adopt standards that
the Bahamas Institute of Char-
tered Accountants (BICA)
president said could “reduce
audit fees by at least 10-20 per
cent” for Bahamian small and
medium-sized enterprises.

The vote was taken after Tri-
bune Business went to press,
but discussing it beforehand,
Reece Chipman told this news-
paper that if BICA members
and practitioners were in
favour, the Bahamas would be
one of the last Caribbean
nation to adopt International
Financial Reporting Standards
(IFRS) for small and medium-
sized companies.

The standards, which have
been available for use since

July 2009, were developed by ‘

the International Accounting
Standards Board (IASB), the
global standard-setting body,
in a bid to reduce audit costs
and make the process less oner-
ous for small companies.

“We are doing this seminar
because the IASB would like
to know if the Bahamas is



REECE CHIPMAN —

going to adopt IFRS for small
and medium-sized businesses
as generally accepted auditing
standards for the Bahamas,”
said Mr Chipman, speaking to
Tribune Business before the
meeting and vote.

“Tonight, we’re going to take
a vote on whether to adopt it.
We would be one of the last
countries in the region to adopt
it.”

Government to split
aitfare deal 50/50
with private sector

FROM page 1B

push to get more stopover visi-
tors to the Family Islands.
Bahamian-owned private air-
lines are sceptical about the
deal, however, as the Ministry
did not consult with them
before making the deal public.
Sky Bahamas’ chief execu-
tive, Captain Randy Butler,
expressed concern — that
Bahamasair, which recently
lowered its rates to the Family
Islands, will get top preference
due to those low fares.
However, Mr Johnson refut-
ed that claim, saying Bahama-
sair’s limited routes and inven-
tory will mean other airlines
must be used to move Visitors
to the islands. :
“Their [Bahamasair] limited
route and limited aircraft pre-
sents a tremendous opportuni-
ty for the other airlines,” he
said.

Majestic Holidays has been-
contracted to put together the

vacation packages, which must
include a four-night stay in
order to be eligible for the free
airfare offer to the Family
Islands. é

Philip Lightbourn, manager
of reservations and operations
at. Majestic, said the company
already does large amounts of
business with the smaller
Bahamian airlines,-as well as
Bahamasair.



He said local flights will have
to be booked depending upon
the time of visitors’ interna-
tional arrival to New Provi-
dence. Therefore, each airline,
with their various flight sched-
ules, will be able to benefit
from the promotion.

Mr Johnson added that each

airline would be paid based on °

their existing rate through the
promotion.

. Interested travellers can pur-
chase the packages online by
logging on to Bahamas.com or
myoutislands.com where they
will be linked to a site to tailor
it.

‘Mr Lightbourn said there will
most likely be continuos inter-
action with the guest and
Majestic in order to duly coor-
dinate the promotion, as “a lot
of people still don’t like to do
this online”.

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Last night’s meeting at the
British Colonial Hilton
involved a presentation on the
administrative and technical
requirements related to the
new IFRS standards, which Mr
Chipman said should reduce
audit fees and the process fac-
ing Bahamian small and medi-
um-sized firms if adopted.

“I would think it should

reduce the audit fees by at least .

10-20 per cent, because the dis-
closure requirements are not
as’much,” Mr Chipman told
Tribune Business.

Adoption of the IFRS stan-
dards, he explained, would low-
er the reporting and disclosure
requirements associated with
small and medium-sized com-
pany audits, something likely

to be welcomed by the
Bahamas Chamber of Com-
merce and other private sector
organisations, which have long
argued that prohibitive audit
costs have deterred many
Bahamian firms from hiring

' external auditors.

In a letter sent to BICA

members, Mr Chipman and.

Basil Ingraham, head of
BICA’s IFRS for small and
medium-sized business com-
mittee, said the IASB standard
defined these companies as
those that were not publicly
listed, and therefore had no
public accountability obliga-
tions.

In addition, these firms only
“publish general purpose finan-
cial statements for external

users. Examples of external
users include owners who are
not involved in managing the
business, existing and potential
creditors, and credit rating
agencies”.

“It’s for companies that have
no public accountability and
just publish general financial
statements for general users,
potentially creditors and credit
rating agencies,” Mr Chipman

told Tribune Business of the

IFRS standards.
“Tf you have debt and equity

instruments.that are not traded ~

in the public markets, you don’t
have full public accountability
and don’t have full disclosure
obligations.”

He added: “The benefit from
adopting these standards would

be that a lot of small and medi-
um-sized enterprises here are
not public entities. :

“Tf they do not have to fully
disclose their financial infor-
mation and use full disclosure,
the benefits would be reduc-
tions in the cost of audit fees.
There are lots of accounting
requirements that are not
required from small and medi-
um-sized enterprises, as with
full disclosure.”

Full disclosure, Mr Chipman
said, would require the provi-
sion of information such as bor-
rowing costs and how capital
was raised and expensed. Audit
fees would be reduced because
Bahamian accountants would
no longer have to check these
items.



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~ (a) ALMA MANAGEMENT LTD. is in dissolution under the provisions of
the International Business Companies Act 2000.

(b) The Dissolution of said Company commenced: on March 9, 2010 when
its Articles of Dissolution were submitted and registered by the Registrar
General.

(c) The Liquidator of the said company is Zakrit Services Ltd. of 2nd Terrace
West, Centreville, Nassau, Bahamas.
137 (8) of the International Business Companies Act,

No.45 of 2000, the Dissolution of BRICK TRADING IN-
VESTMENTS LTD. has been completed, a Certificate of
Dissolution has been issued and the Company has there-

(d) All persons having Claims against the above-named Company are required
on or before the 21st day of April, 2010 to send their names and addresses
and particulars of their debts or claims to the Liquidator of the company or, in
default thereof, they. may be excluded from the benefit of any distribution
made before such debts are proved.

fore been struck off the Register. The date of completion

Meee of the dissolution was the 30th day of December, 2009.

ZAKRIT SERVICES LTD.

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entire bluefin Tuna is hustled _ festival is not all gastronomy
to the KitchenAid sponsored '‘ and booze however, there are
main stage by three Asiansou exclusive parties and Chef
chefs, where Iron Chef Masa- — soirees amid the wine tasting
hara Morimoto proceeds to demos and posh Executive
decapitate it, then prepare to’ Chef catered dinners that can
plate it. run you about $900 per per-
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fresh tuna, Morimoto The popular Bubble Q is [|
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show-and-tell for the do-it- where really good chefs with
yourself pescatarian under an _ really big grills whip up tail-
‘overflowing South Beach — gating type food all night, .
(SOBE) Wine and Food Fes- helped down the gullet by
tival tent in February. He | beers, champagne and liquor
transformed parts of the tuna on swanky South Beach.
into three spectacular Sashimi Everything is all inclusive
(raw fish) dishes. - after you blow almost 200
The Iron Chef was one of | smackeroos ($) for lip smack-
many Food Network chefs to ‘ing barbecue. , :
display their cooking prowess While Taste was not fortu- —
live at the annual festival held | nate enough to indulge in the ‘
on the white sand beaches of | Bubble Q, the grand tasting
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self, cooking up Orzo and potato peéeler, and the all
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baked on a bed of orange Marquis Waterford crystal,
slices, with homemade San-. wine glass used to sample
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The four day event is Two Grand Tasting, tents
always popular with tickets to: packed with vendors from
each culinary event typically | various countries, with vari-
gone by November the year ous foods, wines, champagnes
before, but this year was dif- and liquors offer a tour
ferent. Se around the world. Those com-
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the tightened budgets of. debut new products.
many, tickets were still avail- There is so much to do that
able weeks before the event. one cannot possibly get
Tribune Taste was down in around to everything. There-
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Grand Tasting event which route planning, eke out which
melds so much Food Network favorite Food Network Chefs
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The ‘Book Ship’ to

sail into the Bahamas

By REUBEN SHEARER

Tribune Features Reporter

rshearer@tribunemedia.net

HE largest floating library

at sea will board tourist

and Bahamian passen-
gers in Nassau come March
26. People of the Caribbean
have come to know this large
vessel as “the book ship,”
said Janeen Nakazawa, a
spokesperson for the Logos

Hope.

It’s the ship that boards passengers
for just a buck affording them the
opportunity to purchase a variety of
books, dine in an international cafe,
and participate in an array of activities,
including a riveting cultural show.

Fresh off the coast of a five week
stay in Kingston, Jamaica, the Logos
Hope will be docked in Nassau for two

weeks.

Tickets for the cultural show set tai
Saturday April'3 from 7.30 to 9 pm

are $3 a person

Ms Nakazawa said the ship’s mis-
sion is not to cause’a rift between the
‘book ship’ and local book stores. In
fact, she said that on board the Logos
Hope, one may find a representative
from Logos Book Store (no affilia-
tion) or United Bookshop selling mer-

chandise.

“We give them space on the ship

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NYC Comedy Club returns to Grand Bahama

Freeport, Bahamas - It’s
back! If you missed the NYC
Comedy Club show last year
put on by the Grand Bahama
Performing Arts Society, you
don’t want io miss it this time.
As the society continues its
pledge to encourage a wide-
range of art forms on the
island, they are pleased to
present three stand-up comics
from celebrated comedy clubs
of New York City who will
perform two shows in Grand
Bahama on March 12 and 13.
Returning from last year is
Mexican-American Ricardo
Aleman who has appeared at

RICARDO ALEMAN



and say whatever you have that we
don’t have, sell it,” Janeen. told Tri-
bune Entertainment.
Hope’s two week stint in the capital is
a continuation of their world tour.

On deck four of the ship, a cross-
section of items can be found, includ-
ing Christian music CDs, and a selec-
tion of about 7,500 titles covering a
plethora of topics related to science,

- sports, hobbies, cooking, the arts, eco-
nomics, medicine, dictionaries, lan-
guages, philosophy, and faith.

Gerard Vandepol of Holland, a civic
engineer said the purpose of the Logos
Hope was to “bring good education
into the world, and good literature for
countries who don’t have literature to

produce.”

the Edinburgh Festival in
Scotland as-well as being a
regular on the Sirius Radio
show “Four Quotas” and a
performer in NBC TV’s

“America’s Got Talent.”

Ricardo is also the webmaster
for DailyComedy.com, the

- first and only comedy specific

social networking website, as
well as the home of the hit
interactive comedy/variety
show “LateNet with Ray
Ellin.”

Honoured as one of the
“Ten Standout Stand-Ups

‘Worth Watching” by Back

Stage magazine, Ray Ellin is

He spoke of the ‘book ship’s’ benev-
olent efforts in countries like the
‘Philippines, where they discovered ten
university students sharing one book,
and through their own resources, were
able to provide them with more books.

In addition to donating books,
Logos crew members host free clinics
in poorer countries for the sick and
downtrodden. (See this Thursday’s:
Tribune ‘Religion for more informa-
tion on their acts of genuine expression
and international goodwill.)

To date, the Logos Hope has wel-
comed some 45 million visitors, since
the ship began sailing in 1970. ‘That fig-
ure is equal to roughly one in, every
200 of the world’s total population.

From the captain to the newest staff
member, each member of the crew is a

The Logos

and Korea.

comedy’s renaissance man:
comic, television host; actor,

' writer and filmmaker and the
host of “LateNet with Ray —

Ellin,” the first comedy/vari-
ety show to combine both in-
studio and online audiences,
live. The show features A-List
celebrities, top comedians,
and musical guests, and has
included Hank Azaria, Chevy
Chase, Fran Drescher,
Leonard Nimoy, and many
others.

Russ Meneve, a New Jer-

_sey native has been perform-

ing comedy in and around

New York City for the past



RUSS MENEVE

non-salaried vohintoaPiaciuding many
’ serving in their professional capaci-
ties, such as seafarers, engineers, elec-
’ tricians, nurses, teachers and even
cooks who prepare full course meals in
the International cafe.

The crew is made up of children,
adults, and retirees. This opportunity
is afforded them through the constant
financial support of friends, family
members and civic organisations.

Three-hundred-and-fifty persons live
on board the ship, representing 48 dif-
ferent nationalities, including Papa
New Guinea, China, Japan, South
Africa, Barbados, Jamaica, Guyana

Cross-cultural encounters like this
provide crew members with valuable
opportunities to learn: new skills and |



iS Hope crew. members showcase their native dress before a cultural show.





$6. 00

eight years where he has
honed his skills to an edge as

sharp as his material. Russ

made his debut on The
Tonight Show with rave
reviews from host, Jay Leno.
Russ is a regular. performer

t “Comedy Cellar”, the
“Comic Strip” and “Caro-
line’s.” He is a founder of the
“New York Comedians Coali-
tion” which has over 300 oth-
er New. York based comedi-
ans as their members. The
coalition represents the come-
dians of the city and negoti-
ates better payment for come-
dians performing in the clubs

develop character. The unique living
situation presents many challenges,
and life on board is a constant exercise
in adjusting, adapting and learning to
appreciate the differences of others all
while sharing close quarters. /
Everyone on board has stopped the |
routine of normal life, uprooting them- |
selves from loved ones, to live on the |
sea. This volunteering opportunity
requires each crew member to make a
two commitment to sail around the
world to bring knowledge, help; hope, |
and to do relief assistance and practical |
work.
In a year’s time the’ ‘Logos Hope will |
be able to boast of having one million |
visitors on board. To date, the ship |
averages about 3,000 people a day |
when they dock in international ports. &





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He means funny business!
The Grand Bahama Per-:
forming Arts Society was cre-
ated:to bring professional
artists and performers from
around the world to audiences
in,Grand Bahama. Drawing
from Bahamian and interna-
tional talent, a number of per-
formances are planned
throughout the year. Proceeds
are used for the advancement
of Grand Bahama students of
the performing arts. To
become a fan on Facebook,
search ‘Grand Bahama Per-
forming Arts Society.’

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1. Nassau Institute’s
Presentation with Dr
Lawrence White

‘e The Nassau Institute holds
a three-course dinner pre-

sentation from Dr Lawrence
White on the topic “What
Kind of Monetary Institu-
tion Would Be Best for The

/ Bahamas-a Central Bank

Currency Board or Private
Currency?” on Thursday,
March 11 at 6:30pm in the
Atlantis Conference Centre, :
Paradise Island. Cost: $65
pp. Drinks and parking ©
additional. Contact Richard
(Rick) Lowe, T: 328-6529 or
E: rick@nassauinstitute.org.
See www.nassauinstitute.org

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2. Antique Auto

Show 2010.

e Take a look at antique cars
in this 2010 Antique Auto
Show held in loving memory
of founding member Charles
Johnson. The event will be
on Saturday, March 13, from
12pm-Spm at Arawak Cay.
Show includes a steak out,
with proceeds in aid of
Progress Academy and The
Bahamas Association for
Physically Disabled. T: 328-
1576 or 357-7028. See
www.antiqueautosba-
hamas.com

3. Rotary Club’s 7th
Annual Horse Show
& Steak Out

e The Rotary Club of New
Providence hosts its 7th

Annual Horse Show and
Steak Out, all day at

“€amperdown Stables, Win-

ton Highway, March 13 -
March 14. Steak: $10. Chick-
en: $10. Proceeds in aid of
community projects' fund.
For more information email:
jlvargas29@hotmail.com.

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4. “A Sudden and
Violent Change”.
Art Exhibit

e The Hub hosts a cross-dis-
ciplinary art exhibition enti-
tled “A Sudden and Violent
Change”; March 12 - March
31, 10am-10pm daily. Come
out and show your support
for local artists! T: 322-4333..

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5. Hellenic Ball
2010: “A Night at

the Acropolis”
° The Hellenic Ball Com-
mittee invites you to take
part in their 2010 ball in the
Imperial Ballroom, Atlantis,
Sunday, March 13 at 7pm.
Music by A Night in Athens
Trio and Modern Vintage.
Attire: black tie. Donation:
$250. Part proceeds in aid of
The Bahamas Boy Scout
Association and The Royal
Bahamas Police Force
Dependent’s Trust. RSVP
and tickets: Irene Miaoulis
424-0400 or Kathryn °
Klonaris: 362-5665. E:
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TRANSFORMING
SPACES - the popular art
bus tour that visits several

art galleries over two days
will take place this week-
end. Patrons will visit nine
spaces: Doongalik Studios
Art Gallery at Village
Road, Ladder Gallery at
NPCC, New Providence
Art & Antiques, Pink 'Un,
Popop Studios, Post House
Gallery, PRO Gallery at
COB, StingraeStudio and
The Hub. Each space will
be specifically transformed
for the occasion and
patrons will experience a
panoply of art forms and.
expression during the 5
hour Tour. They will have
a chance to meet the
artists over drinks and
-, refreshments. All buses
will leave daily from the
NAGB promptly at 10.am.
Tickets ate $30 and are
on sale at the National Art
Gallery, Doongalik Stu-
dios Village Road and the
Ladder Gallery.
Here are the final two
profiles of the spaces in
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New Providence

Art and Antiques

e Lillian Blades will have her first

* major exhibit in Nassau in over twelve

years. Entitled, "Reconnecting", the
show will be held at New Providence
Art & Antiques during Tine
Spaces 2010.

Lillian Blades was born in 1973 in
Nassau,’Bahamas. She received a
BFA in Ait from the Savannah Col-
lege of Art and Design and an MFA
from Georgia State University.

She also studied at the Skowhegan
School of Painting and Sculpture in
Maine and Caversham in KwaZulu
Natal South Africa.

Her work has appeared in solo and

group exhibitions throughout the
United States, The Bahamas,

Trinidad, Germany, and south Africa.
Her work has been commissioned for
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Interna-
tional Airport and The East Atlanta
Library and is in the collection of the

Birmingham Museum.of Art and the ,

National Art Gallery of The Bahamas.
New Providence Art & Antiques
specialises in both contemporary and
historical art of the Bahamas, and just
recently moved to a new location on
East Street,in downtown Nassau.

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A sudden and

violent change .

¢ The Hub.announces their upcom-
ing cross-disciplinary art exhibition, A

- Sudden And Violent Change, sched-

uled for the Transforming Spaces Tour
on March 13 and 14 and open to the
public from March 12 - March 31, 2010.

The exhibition, which is comprised
of both literary and visual arts, is The
Hub's first exhibit for 2010 and by far

‘the most ambitious art exhibition the
gallery has undertaken since their —

inception in 2008. It is also the Hub's
official contribution to the 2010 edition
of the Transforming Spaces art tour.

What makes this project’so exciting —

js the physical transformation the

gallery will be taking on.

The exhibition itself, A Sudden
And Violent Change - featuring the
works of twenty diverse writers and
visual artists - demands the two dif-
ferent disciplines to engage in a sym-
biotic partnership to produce ten dip-
tychs. From this cross-disciplinary
relationship, the diptychs become not
only a space where the literal and
conceptual content or Subjects of A
Sudden And Violent Change are
explored, but also a‘playing field in
which the disciplines themselves can
actively dialogue and critique one
another as relevant and appropriate
forms of communication.

In this way the exhibit chooses to
draw attention to the mediums and

how their nature and relationship to ‘

one another affect our understanding
of the world around us. In particular,
their role in maintaining the past, cre-
ating the present and implementing
change for the future.

“In A Sudden And Violent Change,
we have aimed to. critique society and,
by extension, the tools we use to com-

municate these criticisms; in.this case
through two different yet deeply inter-
twined artistic disciplines - the literary
arts: words; the visual arts: images.
“Therefore, what viewers must con-

sider while participating in this exhib- .
it is not only the affiliation between
violence and change both locally and
globally but, in addition, how the con-
cepts themselves manifest within us

through the. translation expressed by

these specific mediums: words and
images.” says co-curator, Jon Murray.

Potential viewers to the exhibition
may be concerned due to the aggres-
sive and potentially harsh implication
of the exhibition's reference to vio-
lence. However, both curators believe
this association to be absolutely nec-
essary when actively pushing for
change.

Co-curator Sonia Farmer explains,

4

-“In the Bahamas,. and even in the

wider Caribbean and world, violence
is part of everyday life. It can be sud-'
den and tragic, or quiet and innocuous
= but it touches all of our lives. And

_ change - change does not happen with-









out some small part of violence, some

small death within ourselves, or with-
in others, or within the boundaries of
society and the world. \
However, what this theme asks for
is not violence itself. It does not ask-us
to take up arms against those we wish
violence upon. It asks artists to hold
up a mirror to the violence they see
happening at home and abroad - to
themselves, or to their brothers and
sisters, or even to an unlikely
stranger.”
. A Sudden and Violent. Change is
co-curated by Jon Murray of The Hub
and Sonia Farmer of Poinciana Paper
Press. The participating writers and
visual artists include; Obediah Michael

‘Smith, Lavar Munroe, Helen Klonaris,

Scharad Lightbourne, Christian Camp-
bell, Jace McKinney, Angelique V.
Nixon, Kishan Munroe, Keisha Lynne
Ellis, Heino ‘Schmid, Christi
Cartwright, Holly Parotti, Anku Sa
Ra, Susan Moir Mackay, Janice Lynn,

Stevie Burrows, Xan-Xi Bethel, Lind-

say Braynen, Nakia Pearson and Jack-
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#469 ‘
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. ph# 431-8339

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1995 BMW 325l, :

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2007 Dodge Dakota sit,
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2007 HONDA ACCORD LX,
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2002 Honda Civic si, Hatch back,
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BBF #536
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1997 Nissan Maxima,
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ph# 392-7934 / 565-4613







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2005 HONDA ACCORD,
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ph# 468-2740 2002 Ford F-150

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2003 Honda Accord, EX,
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system, asking $10,500 ONO :
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2007 Honda Accord,
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BBF #545
1991 Mercedes Benz,
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ph #449-5239

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2006 Honda Accord LX,
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1999 HONDA ACCORD,
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running condition, clean inside out, asking
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2005 G35 Coupe,
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2006 FORD FUSION,
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2006 HONDA ACCORD Ex,
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2003 Nissan Maxima
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silver exterior, light grey interior, asking $7,500,
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BBF #593
1993 HONDA ACCORD,
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Kill switch, alarm, Clean title, Clean inside out,
$9,000 ONO, /
2009 Stainless Steel, Brand new Hot dog stand,
bought for $5,200, asking $4,500,
525-9191/954-7035-009



BBF #609
1997 HONDA CIVIC,
fully Pwr, A/C, Excellent condition, asking
$3,800, Also 1992 Honda Accord, asking $1,200
ONO call for further info
ph# 341-7226 / 552-9767 / 544-2187





2001 Lincoln town Limo,

asking $20,000, with 205 front end,
2007 HONDA CIVIC EX,

White, fully loaded, Alloyed wheels, asking price
too low to advertise,
ph# 376-6180 / 324-7068

ph# 457-3016 / 556-7591









BBF #611
2003 ACURA 3.2 TL,

excellent condition, tan leather interior, sunroof,
power everything, 6 disc CD changer, asking
$7,500 OBO, Also 2002 Ford F-150 Double
Cab, Good Condition, CD player, Triton V8,
asking $8,000 OBO,

ph# 434-0758 / 364-2241



IBBF #605
2007 NISSAN TITAN, -

V8 engine, 4 door, fully powered,

backup camera, asking $19,900,

ph# 454-1245 / 327-1888,

BBF #616 ,

2003 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution,
turbo charge, 3 inch exhaust, HTS cams, tubular
manifold, racing clutch, big injectors fully tunes,
upgrade intercooler & piping, aluminum radiator,
fiberglass fenders, wideband.boost gauge, turbo
timer, AC, $19,000 OBO,
day 429-5798/night 324-2178

BBF #607

2007 Chevy Tahoe,
Low mileage, fully loaded, asking $30,000
ONO, serious inquires only,

ph# 425-8675














BBF #617

G35 2003 INFINITI,
fully loaded, asking $12,500 ONO, ph# 565-
7725 / 323-4364

BBF #618
2007 Toyota Tundra 5.7,
clean title, 7.000 miles asking $25,000
ONO, Cherry Red exterior, :
Phone # 468-3204/361 -6354

BBF #619
2004 Durango, .

AC, CD player, 22” rims, sound system, satellite
system, alarm system, good condition, asking
eS 8,000 with rims ONO, without rims asking
$16,000, price negotiable, ph# 436-4222



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



- 1999 BLUE BIRD,
Good Running condition, One Owner, asking
$4,500 or nearest offer,
ph# 455-5711



WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010, PAGE 5

BBF #626
2000 Acura TL 3.2,

Leather interior, Sun roof, Satellite Radio,
Navigation System, clean title, Just arrived U.S.
Model, asking $8,500, ph# 395-9346 / 465-6543

/ 242-533-2076

BBF #627

2002 Honda civic LX,

2 door, silver exterior, black interior, 20” chrome
rims, sound system, original Honda rims,
$6,000 without dvd player and $7,500 with dvd
player must sell, owner leaving island,
ph470-1080/470-1318 0

BBF 511
2000 LAND ROVER,
excellent condition,
asking $9,000 ONO
PH# 322-1137

BBF#529

2000 HONDA ACCORD .
Asking $4,500 obo, -

ph#376 0857 or 324-2406

RIB # 648
3 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
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RIB #251 :

For Sale 2006 Chrysler 300 ©
Champagne exterior, Black interior, 24” rims,
CD payer, AC, HID head and Fog lights, fully

pwr, clean inside, just serviced, runs great,
asking $23,000.00 ONO
contact 454-8806.

2005 CHEVROLET COLORADO
White exterior with tan interior .

Just in from the US, clean title, low miles, AC, ,

leather interior, like new, runs good.
$10,000.00 ono
4 cylinder engine.
Call 341-1124 cell 477-3206 or
395-1878



- 1999 FORD TAURUS
Ac, remote start, alarm, sound system, power
reverse mirror & knight rider lights. |
In good running condition.

Asking $3,000.00 ono
433-6743 or 393-1653

RIB #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 #504

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



RIB #509
2007 DODGE DURANGO
Silver exterior with grey interior
Excellent condition, DVD, sat radio,
20,00C miles. Asking $21,900.00
Call 394-0709



RIB #512
1992 FORD B700 BUS FOR SALE
By owner. Asking $4,500, price negotiable.
Tel# 3771149 Wright

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

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

TRIB #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 piayer, air conditioned Asking
$8,000.00 ono
Call 341-8221 cell 457-1303 or 361-6758






RIB #6
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 exterior with black interior, 4 doors
AC, CD, Just like new, clean title, low mileage.
Just.in from the states, fully serviced
Asking $30,000.00
Call 364-3691 cell 557-1205

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

RIB #677
1997 Green Ford Ranger XLT
A/C, Stereo, clean in and out.
"$4,500 ONO
Tel 225-3666

RIB #672
2007 FORD EXPEDITION, SUV JEEP
Pearl white exterior, PW
$20,000.00
Call 394-6494 cell 429-5344 or 225-9035

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



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




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 #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 #693 :
2008 HONDA EX
‘Dark blue exterior with grey interior. Fully
loaded, 09 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 neg
Call 328-0677 cell 556-1215 in mint condition.

RIB #696

2004 FORD F-150
Tan exterior with tan interior
extended cab.
$15,000.00
call 341-7997 cell.436-6432

RIB #727 :
2008 HONDA ACCORD COUPE
Silver exterior, black‘leather interior,
Serious inquiries only! Owner leaving |
island. Clean title, low miles.

: $28,000.00
Call between 9 a.m --5 p.m 394-0912/6

1991 TOYOTA HIACE
White & red, 7 seater, great for parts or repair,
Need injector pump. Asking $1500
Call 328-4444 -

RIB #702 .
1996 AUDI A 4

Green exterior, black & grey interior, -
AC, sunroof, very clean leather interior & CD

player, no key entry & alarm system

price for quick sale. $2,700.00_neg
must go
Call 558-9963 cell 636-6628



RS SS ‘
RIB #704
YALE FORKLIFT
7,000 cap
$12,000.00
Excellent condition, diesel.
Call 377-3191 or 556-5098

TRIB #705

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

TRIB #

‘ 2007 Pontiac G6,
Silver Enterior,A/C, C/D on 22" rims
Low miles, runs excellent

- $11,500.00 o.n.o
2006 Chevy Impala LT
White Enterior, leather,sunroof, wing
L.E.D lights, extra clean
26,000 miles, asking $11,500.00 o.n.o
1 (242) 646-7370



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







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 376-4741

2001 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior, grey interior, ac, cd player, HID
headlights, clean in and out, running in top.
shape, $6,000 o.b.o
2000 HONDA ACCORD
Green EX, clean in and out, leather seats,
SunrooF, $5,000. PH: 636-3001 or 468-7562

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

TRIB #718

1987 BMW 528i
Blue exterior, grey interior, car just like new,
garage kept, 15,000 miles. Must see t
appreciate, $2,500 o.b.o. :
2002 HONDA ACCORD V-6
Extra clean just in from U.S, needs minor parts,
$5,000 o.b.o.
* Ph: 392-3141 or 636-3001

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RIB #719
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

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RIB #721
2009 NISSAN MAXIMA
Pearl white exterior with tan & black interior, 4
door, super deal, very clean, low miles, 22”
‘wheels, sunroof, 6 cd player
All the toys, Must see, let’s make a deal 552-
3329 or 454-6484

RIB #723
2004 NISSAN ALTIMA
Burgundy exterior with grey interior.
$12,000.00 ono
Automatic, CD player, cold air, very clean, low
miles, 20” chrome wheels. Nice ride, no
reasonable offer refused. Call 466-4012 or 552-
3329 -

2002 CHEVY IMPALA
With CD player, $5,700.00
1995 FIREBIRD
Black exterior with AC, and CD changer.
$3,500.00 Cell 426-4893

2004 CHEVY AVALANCHE
Red exterior charcoal interior. Fully loded, all
the toys, 4 wheel drive, automatic, 4 doors. Off
road package. Nice truck at a super deal
No reasonable offer refused. $15,000.00 ono
Call 552-3329 or 454-6484


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2004 FORD F-150 SUPER CREW
Charcoal grey exterior, grey interior. fully loaded,
4 doors. $16,000.00 ono
Serious enquiries only.
ph# 525-0831




RIB #729
2000 CHEVY IMPALA
Navy blue exterior with tan interior
$5,800.00 obo
Tints, AC, CD, PW. In excellent condition
Call 482-5634. Seriuus enquiries only.

RIB #729

2008 KIA CERATO
Black exterior, grey interior. March special, one
owner, car in excellent condition, 1 year factory
warranty included. $13,500 O.N.O.
Ph: 225-2494 or 424-3763

TRIB #745

1998 HONDA ACCORD
Black exterior with grey interior
$4,800.00
Black 18” chrome rims.
Call 433-8350 or 456-1148

&TRIB #735

2006 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior with tan/leather interior, 2 door,
sunroof, alarm, power windows, sound system,
automatic. Owner leaving Island.
Must see to appreciate.
call 395-3895

2005 HONDA ACCORD
Black exterior, 4 door.
$8,500.00
Cell 434-1919

1998-F 150 Completely customize,
over 14k invested ‘in after market
parts/accessories, 2006 factory Ford
engine, transmission cooler, hydraulic
shocks, flowmasters, 22’s two alarms,
kenwood speakers and much more.
Save thusands over new.zero down
payment for atlantis & Gov't
employees who have been working two
years or more & can get salary
deduction.

Only $12,500.00
For more pics & datails
dawkinsauto @ hotmail.com
Call 361-3262/395-0183, 24/7

1983 ZIMMER EXCALIBUR |
; CLASSIC. :
ONE OF A KIND IN THE BAHAMAS!
Leather interior, low mileage, fully
loaded,
a rare opportunity,
Asking $35,000 ono.
Cant beat this deal!!

Ph 324-1476 ©
during office fhours- 9:am- 5:00pm










2002 FORD MUSTANG
Grey exterior with cool grey interior
$6,000.00. Leather seats, air condition. Runs

great, fresh on the Island.
Call 465-7051



RIB #740
2001 SUBARU WRX STI7

Silver exterior with black/blue interior, 4 door

sedan. RHD, JDM, 98,000 kms/61,000 miles
276 bup, brembo brakes, 6 speed manual, new

“front rotors, very Clean interior.
$8,500.00 obo
Call 242-422-1271 or 242-4221271

FOR SALE
1999 DODGE RAM
15 seater with TV
$6,000.00 ono
2001 NISSAN CARAVAN
10 seater with meter and remote alarm
$15,000.00 ono
call

323-8440











TRIB #758
2000 FORD MUSTANG
Red exterior with beige interior
$4,500.00
Convertiable. Cell 468-8500















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RIB #743 .
1997 HONDA ACCORD

Gold exterior with champagne interior, 4 doors
$5,000.00. Ice cool Ac, CD player, look like
brand new, runs like a dream, sunroof, power
everything, extra clean, completely customize

_Only one in Nassau. ‘
call 565-6834 535-7540





RIB #743

1999 HONDA PRELUDE,

Black exterior with black interior, 2 door sport
Carbon Fiberhood, Stick Shift, Halo Projector
sunroof and extras. Headlights $6,500

Contact: 448-9643




RIB #744

2009 HONDA ACCORD i
Dark grey exterior with grey interior. $29,500.00!
Excellent condition, mileage 11,000, CD player. |
Power windows and doors. i
Call 364-2800 or 395-0090 ; |

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1997 TOYOTA LAND CRUISER

Black exterior with beige interior

Rebuilt performance engine with turbo, look

and drives great. .

$8,000.00 stereo upgrade with DVD. Brand!

new rims and tires 22” |

3rd row seat, tinted windows, leather
interior. Fully loaded

$22,000.00 obo

Call 363-556 cell 424-9924




RIB #762
_2009 HONDA ACCORD EXL \
2 door, grey exterior with black/leather interior |

Fully loaded, sunroof, fog lamps, under 7k miles, ;

still dealer warranty, clean title. |
Lady teacher leaving island. $26,000.00
Serious inquiries only. Cell 558-0504




TRIB #745




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| FOUR DOOR GOOD RUNNING CONDITION

TRIB #748

2001 CHEVY IMPALA
Blue exterior with grey interior, 4 door car,

AC i ,
Call 376-5944

_ 2004 HONDA ACURA YL
Excellent condition, six disc CD changer, AC,
power everything, 20” chrome rims

$12,000.00 ,
Cell 425-2468

2002 HONDA ACCORD

Silver exterior with grey/leather interior, 4 door

: $6,800.00 ono
four door, siver exterior with grey interior, AC,
sunroof, standard shift,
Good condition. Call 341-4435 or 465-6472

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RIB #749
1996 VOLKSWAGON VENTO

$2,500.0.N.O.
1996 HONDA ACCORD EX
FOUR DOOR WITH SUN ROOF EQUIPPED
WITH. PRESTIGE ALARM SYSTEM.
$5,000.
_ CALL 424-4844 OR 324-9858 BETWEEN
9am — 9pm



















TRIB #774

2004 DODGE RAM 1500
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, tail pipe. Financing Available
Call 477-0069°

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RIB #750
1998 MITSUBISHI! LANCER
White exterior with grey interior
One owner, Wants $2,300.00,
AC good condition
Call 394-4450or 395-2

IB #752
1997 HONDA PRELUDE JAPENSE
Maroon exterior with black leather interior, 2
door ,RH drive, H22 motor.
$5,500.00 obo
Fast car tiptronic transmission, power locks,
windows, tinted rims.
Call 362-1809 /426-781 1leave message.

RIB #755
2010 FORD EXPLORER XLT
Black exterior, leather interior.
$35,000.00
Transferable 3 years warranty and first 5
services are free. Cell 466-7280



RIB #756
2010 FORD MUSTANG
Light blue exterior, black interior, 2 door.
$25,000.00
A steal, excellent condition.
Cell 423-0636





RIB #778 -
2006 Honda Civic 4Dr LX *
Sold As Is!
Auto, A/C, Power Doors/Windows, Factory CD
Player
Good Condition

Asking: $10,000.00
For More Information: 394-4441 or 396-0700 Ext
‘ 5029
(Mondav- Friday from 9am — Spm)

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RIB #747
2001 FORD EXPEDITION
Blue exterior with grey interior. Clean title, AC

screen, mp3. 24” rims, 3rd row seats
$9,000.00
also 300ZX $4,000.00
Call 324-6537 cell 465-0063

RIB #760 S
2000 MERCEDES BENZ
Silver exterior, grey interior, 19” chrome
custom mercedes rims, fully loaded,
performance tires, 1 owner,CD changer, power
everything, sunroof, In immaculate condition
Asking $18,500.00 ono
Call 427-2125 or 376-5997

2001 HONDA CIVIC EX SEDAN
Silver exterior, grey interior, one owner, clean
title, power everything, ice cold AC, CD player,

anti theft alarm system, always serviced on time,

sunroof, brand new tires, dual airbags.
alloy wheels. Asking $10,000.00 ono
call 427-2125,376-5997

2000 BUICK LESABRE

white exterior, Big body, spacious, rides smooth;

cold ac,’good on gas. $ 4500 ono.
Also rims available for this car if wanted,
ask for Demetrius.

Tel: 565-8612 or 392-5259

RIB #783 ae :
. 1999 FORD MUSTANG
White exterior. $6,500.00 ono
This ia a steal. G.T V8 engine P.S leather
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interior. Car in good condition.
Cell 4371-2922

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cold, leather. Fully loaded, run good. DVD touch



RIB #753










1994 LEXUS ES 300
cream /tan exterior
Price $2,900.00
Serious Inquires Only Please








Call 448-1421 or 448-1422



RIB #763
CHEVEROLET ASTRO VAN
White exterior with dark blue interor
$5,500.00 obo
- Runs great. In good condition. Excellent work
van, reliable.
Call 323-0664 cell 466-5378 -6r 356-0403

RIB #764 -
1999 NISSAN ALTIMA
Black saa! with brown interior, four door
AC, sunroof,CD and tape player, power
windows, clean in and out. -
Asking $4,000.00 ono
Call 558-7723

RIB #767 :
- 2005. CHEVY COBALT,
Stick Shift, A/C, CD, low mileage
’ 4 cylinders. Clean title, $7,500.00
1 (242) 465-2068

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ES

Silver exterior, AC, CD, excellent.condition
Asking $7,200.00

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RIB #775
2008 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior tan interior. Just in
Clean 15k miles, just serviced like new
Immaculate, must sell will appreciate
Serious inquiries only. $24,000 obo
361-1310 or 425-6384

RIB #776
: 2007 SILVER TOYOTA SUV
One owner, brand new condition
7,000.00 plus miles, fully: loaded
Asking $36,000.00
This is a $54k car. Call 242-363-1270 or 363-
3358 or 362-0347

RIB #778
2005 FORD
FIVE HUNDRED LIMITED EDITION
Burgundy exterior, tan/leather inter,or. 4
door.Fully loaded, sunroof, ice cold AC, fog
lights, coded keyless entry, only 40k miles,
Immaculate condition, garage kept.
$13,000 ono
Call 361-7912 or 432-6682,552-4331

TRIB. #733 L ‘
2005 DODGE MAGNUM
Blue Mortal Combat Custom Design Paint
22 Inch Rims HID Headlights
2 Fifteen Inch Audiopipe Subwoofers
2 6x9 Audiopipe Speakers 4 Microdome
Tweeters 2000W Hifonics Monoblock AMP
7 inch Jensen Indash DVD/CD Player
$17,000 1(242)727-2924

RIB #797
2002 CHEVY CAVILIER
Sports sedan, navy blue w/grey interior,
complete. spoiler kit, integrated tail light in wing,
chrome tip muffler, twin spoke wheels, just
serviced, fuel efficient cold AC. $4,800.00
call 395-01 83/361-3262 24/7. Leave message

RIB #780
1997 Honda Prelude Coupe 2000
Excellent running condition, red exterior with
dark interior, automatic, right hand drive,
sunroof, tinted windows, low mileage (55,300m),
28 mpg in traffic
Price $7,100, Call 357-7139

TRIB #784
FOR SALE
2001 MERCEDES BENZ CLK 430 V8
CONVERTIBLE
BLUE METALLIC EXTERIOR - BLUE ROOF
$17.000.00 ONO
CALL: 424-2863

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RIB #782
2003 NISSAN MAXIMA
Gold exterior. tan/leather interior, clean title, 40k
miles. 20” chrome wheels, HID head lights,
$8,500.00 obo
2002 CHEVY TAHOE, leather, 3 tv's
Call anytime
324-0961 or 422-5113/424-4273

JUST IN FROM US

1997 CADILLAC SEVILLE STS
In good running condition.
$3,500.00 ono

. Call 326-4503 or 465-2432

RIB #810
2004 DODGE NEON
Silver exterior with grey interior. Standard shift
$7000.00 ono
Very clean, cold Ac,
Call 394-1197

RIB #785

1997 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER VAN
Brown exterior, tan interiorAC, good condition
$3,000.00
all 325-9185 cell 456-8584

RIB #786 ;
2006 HYUNDAI TUSCAN
White exterior, grey interior,
under 25,000 miles, fuel efficient,
‘good condtion. $13,900.00
Call 356-4945 or 535-6271

2003 HYUNDAI XG 350L
Silver exterior with black/mahogany wood
leather interior, 4 door, CD, AC, fully loaded,
sunroof
$3,000.00 ono
Needs transmission work
Call 376-0457 cell 341-3546

2003 NISSAN MAXIMA
Black exterior, black interior, 6 disc changer,
lether interior, clean.in and out, minor damage
to front bumper and head, needs radiator.
$4,500 O.N.O.
Phone 324-6435, 456-0572, 636-7339

RIB #828 z
1997 FORD EXPEDITION
Maroon exterior $6,000.00 ono
Just in from the US.
clean title, runs good, Excellent condition.
$6,000.00 ono
* 433-5339/324-9739 565-7177

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RIB #789
1998 ACURA INTEGRA
Red & gold exterior, dark grey interior, 2 dr
coupe, customized paint, fully loaded, power
windows, moon roof, stage 3 racing clutch, H.!.D
headlights , carbon fiber tail lights. $7,000
O.B.O. Ph: 394-4442 or 426-7213

95 NISSAN SKYLINE GTS-T FOR SALE.
65,000 miles: manual transmission: 400rwhp
safely tuned car: major performance upgrades:
extremely powerful and fast car.
Not for the faint of heart. Asking $12,000.
Serious Inquiries call 242-456-3370

RIB #790 " a
2004 NISSAN MAXIMA
: 22” rims,
Multi Media system.
$16,500.00 obo
Cell 426-2897 or 323-3028

2003 INFINTI G-35 SEDAN
: $8,000.00
Serious inquiries only. Cell 376-5405

2000 CHEVY BLAZER
Tan exterior with black interior
alarm, remote start CD player $5,500.00
Call 466-0753 or 556-8292


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TRIB #798
| 2001 FORD VAN E-350
| Green exterior with black interior
. 15 passenger van
Clean in and out Ac cold, runs wells.
$10,000.00 °
1996 FORD RANGER
$6,000.00
Foreign direct, AC, CD, runs wells.
Call 636-5263 or 436-4251



[TRIB #799
1996 FORD RANGER
Red exterior with grey interior
$4,000.00
AC cold. Runs well. Just in from Foreign
Call 636-5263 or 436-4251

TRIB #808
2003 CADILAC ESCALADE
Black exterior with tan interior $18,000.00 ono
Runs’s perfect, just jump in and ride.
Everything factory and working
Call 361-4736 cell 455-2476



RIB #809 TS -

1996 NISSAN SENTRA B13

Green exterior with brown interior

. 4 door. $3,000.00 obo

Stick, 17” chrome rims, AC set
cell 454-9711

TRIB #842 .
2007 HONDA ACCORD

| Black exterior, black leather interior,
r sunroof, xm radio.15,000 miles.

| $23,000.00 ono

t Clean title. “Must sell.”
Phone 325-6306 or 636-0726























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2005 MITSUBISHI MONTERO SPORT
Green exterior with grey interior, 20” chrome

rims tires, good engine, runs excellent, AC, CD,

Call me now 433-2139, 426-3604
* Serious enquiries only.



2003 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN
White exterior with grey interior $9,500.00 ono
wood grain dash, pioneer sound system, -
custom rear lights.
One of a kind. Must see to appreciate.
> License until January 2011
Call 361-4711 cell 449-9004
or 558-5806

1998 NISSAN CEFINO
Silver exterior with grey interior $7,000.00
luxury, sounds’ system, power everything,
like new.
: Call 393-3355 cell 535-7550

2000 MERCEDES BENZ S430
Super clean in and out.
Excellent condition, navigation,
six CD changer ear over all the
extras. Only $15,000.00
Serious inquiries only.
Please call 727-2886 or
351-8680



RIB #846

2001 NISSAN ALTIMA
Gold exterior, tan interior, DVD screen, clean in
and out, Sound system. $4,500.00: must see.
: Owner leaving Island.
Call 636-2840 or 423-7152

automatic. Everything works. Asking $9,000 ono




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TRIB #829
completely customized honda prelude
has won numerous tuner car’shows in america
20" chrome rims, full body kit,engine heavily
modified ,with full nitros system,lambo doors
full custom interior,invested over $35k
accepting offers
ph 565-8082.

RIB #830

1995 TOYOTA LITE ACE

White exterior with grey interior, flat bed truck
Excellent condition, low mileage, automatic, AC,
Runs great. Ideal for water.delivery, construction
or landscaping. ° :
Call 324-3458

2001 CHEVY TAHOE,
Low miles, runs great, good interior, cold A/C,
_ tow package, P/B, P/S, P/L, P/W, C/D player,
A steal @ $6,200.00
Serious inquiries only.
Also 24” rims for. extra. $600.00
Cell 436-5065 or 544-6187

- 2001 SUZUKI VITARA
White exterior,-4 door, very reliable, very clean,
5 door, power windows, good AC.
$7,500.0
Phone 434-5341





IB #851 :
2004 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN
Silver exterior with grey inerior. Clean tirle, low
miles, power everything, AC, CD player, no
accidents, Special Edition
priced for quick sale. $8,500.00 ono
Serious inquiries only. 448-5602



































RIB #835
2001 NISSAN MAXIMA
Grey exterior with black interior. :
$6,500.00 ono :
Power windows, AC. Vehicle runs well.
2005 CHEVY IMPALA :
Grey exerior, power everything. $6,500.00 ono
minor repairs needed.
Call 341-2265 cell 426-4433

RIB #836 ‘ f
1997 LEXUS ES 300 :
leather interior and only needs engine
Great buy. $1,000.00 ono
Cell 376-6121

TRIB #839 ?

: Mercedes ML320, '99, 3.2L,5 .

Doors,.Navy With Full Grey Leather. Electrically

adjustable seats, Air-conditioning, Alloy wheels,

‘ Central locking, Cruise control,Original factory

alloys,Extremely good condition, Regularly
serviced, Expat leaving island, First to see will
buy, $11,300, 3631163/3954905

RIB #843

2001 ACURA CL -

White exterior with tan/lether interior, 2 door
Clean in and out, 6CD changer, sunroof.
power everything. $5,500.00 ono

~ Call 362-2125 cell 465-3182

RIB #989
-2006 CHEVROLET EQUINOX LT SEDAN
Silver exterior, grey interior, $17,900.00 ono -
automatic, AC, CD player, all original, ‘clean
title. Special assistance for government
- persons. Serious inquiries only please.
Phone 364-1306,434-6279,636-6859


























RIB #844
2004 FORD TAURUS SES
Black exterior with grey interior, 4 door.

20” rims, 6 disc changer, sunroof, clean inside &

out, low miles. $6,500.00 obo
Cell 454-5219

RIB #848 =
sy 2002 YUKON XL GMC
Burgundy exterior with tan interior
_ $10,500.00 ono
low mileage, run excellent, very well
maintained. Serious iquiries only.
Call 361-5242 or 395-6063

: 2008 FORD ESCAPE JEEP
Beige with tan interior, Must sell, extra clean, 4
door, automatic, AC, AM/FM/CD player. Fully
loaded. $22,000.00 ono. Serious inquiries only
48” FLOOR MODEL TOSHIBA TELEVISION
Theatre style $3800 ono
Call 341-8221,457-1303,361-6758

2002 Honda Accord,
Fully loaded leather, Sunroof, Factory
Rims, Sound System,
asking $6,500 or nearest offer,
ph# 426-9247

RIB #992
2000 FIART 32 VOLVO PENTA
White on white. $60,000.00 obo
Serial # 22041 52431/22041 58263
Serious inquires only.
Call 363-2084 cell 424-3452

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2001 HONDA ACCORD :
Silver exerior. Just in from Japan
4 door, nice color, great condition.
$6,800.00 ono
_ Call 361-3136 or 434-4517

RIB #855 ‘
2007 CHEVY SILVERADO
Pick up truck. white exterior with black leather
interior. $35,000 Truck was purchased brand
new, fold up bed cover, 24” rims, sound system
Serious inquiries only, clean title.
Call 364-7087 cell 395-5738

RIB #857 :
2008 KIA SPORTAGE
Dark grey exterior with light gold interior
$20,000.00 Excellent condition, one driver, clean|
; interior, automatic, low mileage.
Must sell. Call 324-2613(eve) 454-9574)

2004 NISSAN MAXIMA 3.5 SL ~
White exterior with tan leather interior,
4 door $12,000.00
cell 434-2887

BBF #614 . :

31’ BERTRAM FLYBRIDGE MODEL, .
Twin Volvo Engines (2007), Generator and AG
unit, (Diesel) Serious inquiries only, ph# 1-242-

472-8232 / 448-3632 / 558-4122

: sat
RIB #845

RIB #852
1994 VOLKS WAGON GOLF/GL
Purple/qrey 5 door. $3,000.00 ono
Auto, 4 cylinder, CD, good condition, clean,
Must see. Call 565-4908 or 467-5694

2001 FORD TAURUS
Gray green metallic exterior with tan interior
$4,500.00
6 disc CD changer, AC, automatic windows
locks & sunroof. Call 392-6069

RIB #741
2003 NISSAN SE
Champagne exterior with tan interior.
j $6,000.00
Mint condition, factory rims, CD, cold AC.
Sold as is. Call 376-5270

RIB #792:
* 2008 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior. $8,800.00. clean title, low miles
HONDA CRV. Very clean, leather seats.
; $4,900.00
In house fiancining available. call 456-5799

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

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RIB# 801
2001 Nissan Skyline(Infiniti G35)
Blue/beige interior, power everything, 20 inch
wheels, low mileage, $12,500 obo. 20 inch
staggered Dvinci Attivo rim and tires $1800 obo.
3933277, 3931146

RIB #856 : ‘

2007 CHEVY TAHOE SUV(JEEP)
Gold exterior with black leather interior,

In great condition, never damaged, clean title,
24” chrome wheels, sound system. $33,000.00
Recently serviced NMC. Serious inquiries only,
' Thank you. 242-364-7087 cell 395-5738

RIB #793 ;
1998 FORD EXPLORER JEEP
Blue exterior with grey interior, automatic, AC,
CD player, tints, original ford.rims, pwr
everything, good running condition.
Asking $4,200.00
Call 326-7545 or 433-4528

2001 Honda Inspire,
leather interior, 6 Disc CD Player,
asking $7,500 ONO
ph# 395-7670 / 436-1998

RIB #731 :

1974 36FT SPORT FISHERMAN BOAT
Yellow and white, 2-3208 caterpiller 1-8.8 onon
* generator, 100 gal water maker, AC, New fly

fridge, VHF, GPS out riggers, new fuel tanks
in great shape. Bait box and fishing ‘chair.
$60,000.00
call 336-2353 cell 357-0390.








18FT WELCRAFT BOAT, °
130 Evenrude , asking $1,600 with trailor, asking
$1,000 with out trailer (needs Cosmetix UK
sterofoamed Trough out extra gas tanks), No
Good Trade Refused, ph# 364-0359 / 456-4102



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

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 #834-A
~~ » STAINLESS MARINE BRACKET!!
Twin engine with swim platform, will hold 2x250
fourstrokes $3,500 now sacrifice. $1,700 ono |
Call me for anything marine related!!
Cell 436-5065 or 544-6187



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

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



27’ CUDDY CABIN -
$3,500.00 ONO
Cell 558-2950

28’ Sea Fox 2004, 55+ MPH, 2 x 225 HP
Mercury Optimax,-Garmin GPS &
Fishfinder, 200 gallon guel, 45 gallon live
well, Massive fish Boxes,
asking $46,000 make offers,

ph# 424-8240 / 357-3535

RIB #!



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 #743 :

1990 WELLCRAFT COSTAL 25FT
Walkaround caddy twin 1998 mariners
135hp(38mph cruise speed) tops out at 53 mph
boat is water ready 150 gals gas tank.
$7,500.00 obo. Black/white. Lots of storage.

2004 trailer included ‘
call 361-8410,556-7140,457-1309

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

FOR SALE :

26’ SCARAB SPORTSTER WELLCRAFT
White/blue lines. Twin 200hp Yamaha B-Bracket
Mounted
Leaning post/4 speaker stereo system.
Console and engine covers.

Full boat cover when on trailer
Functioning trailer. Price $28,000.00
Contact: 422-5340

KOE

RIB#800
1988 28FT. Mako with cabin - Hull only,
in good condition.
Asking $10,000.00 O.N.O.
Call Ray @ 362-4361



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2010, PAGE 13




RIB #807
FOR SALE
21 FT 2002 BOSTON WHALER

Outrage w/2005 200 yamaha
Excellent condition. Turn’key and go in the

water at browns boat basin.

Asking price $28,500.0 ono
Contact 427-2864 cell -
home 393-4732 after 4 pm



90HP MERCURY,
Excellent compression
good lower unit, needs
electrical, low hour
3] engine! complete parts
& service for all major
brands of .
outboard engines!!
$400.00
436-5065
or
544-6187

RIB #832 :
19’ CUDDY CABIN BOAT,
very solid hull, new floor 1 year ago, foam filled,
48 gal new tank, good trailer, rigged for
evinrude.-$1800.00 ono
436-5065 or 544-6187

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

BBF #629
Raymarine C70 Services,

Reference Manual, GPS Receiver, Owners
Manual, Operation Scanner Guide, Installation
Manual, Navionics Map Chips, Negotiable
$2,000, Also Long Range Horizon Intrepid VHF
Radio,8ft Ariel Antenna, asking $4,500, ph#364-]°
0359 / 456-4102,
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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.

2002 40ft Luhrs, sports fishing,
asking $150,000,
Bahamas registry & duty paid,
ph# 394-1606 / 636-1514/ 477-6720

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RIB #774 aes
2002 KAWASAKI zx6r
blue,lowered, full micron exhaust,low miles,fast
looks new and sounds great a steal at $4200.
Also available is 02' suzuki DL 1000 v-strom
sport tourer motorcycle new cond. $4000 firm
. ph. 565-8082

RIB #840
2001 HONDA REBEL ROAD BIKE 250
Blue. Motor bike runs well. Old bike which has
provided good service, some issues. $750.00
Very fuel efficient, great in traffic and handy
commuter.
Call 395-9996





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 $7,900.00 OBO
ph# 477-6763/ 424-7808

RIB #827
SYM _ JET 100cc Euro-X SCOOTER,

#1 SCOOTER IN THE BAHAMAS,
GREAT GAS MILEAGE, RELIABLE,
POWERFUL - SAY GOOD BYE TO TRAFFIC.

; SALE PRICE $2,295.00
Tel:393-0155/394-4823, Abaco1-242-367-
2453(BIKE)

2009 Honda XR650L Motorcycle Trail
is in Excellent Condition.
Asking Price $7,500.00 O.N.O
Contact 376-6001 or 828-2928

RIB #834
24” BLACK STARR RIMS,
Fits suv & trucks, 10 hole universal, chrome and
black with center pieces! paid 4k new, sell for
$600.00 Rims only!!
. Cell 436-5065 or 544-6187

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

2003 KAWASAKI 636
Black Motor Bike $1,000.00
Wreck bike, sold As Is.
Cell 426-6455

2002 Honda 250 motor bike.
House care, Clean, Fully Refurbished, Good on
gas, asking $4,000 or nearest offer, Also 2002
Acura CL type S, asking $9,500 Tel 535-4790
or 392-4745

BBF #532
2006 YAMAHA Ré6 600CC
; $4,900 OBO,
Call: 556-4616








# yres

Spectre,

Low. profile tires for sale, NanKang, Kuhmo, Falken, Nexxen,

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RIB #744 :
GRANDY WHITE
$18000.00
Call 361-4195 or 429-5709

RIB #786
2002 HONDA SHADOW SABRE 1100cc
Good condition
$7,000.00 ono
Cell 467-1306



BBF #592
2006 Honda CBR, black on silver, asking
$3,800 , Also 1996 Nissan Sunny,
asking $ 900.00 Sky Blue, CD, Music,
Runs good,
565-2115 / 356-0617

2006 KAWASAKI KLR 650,
platinum and black chrome, .
asking $7,000 ONO ph# # 449-5239








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TIRES
Starting at $189.00 size
245/35/20
call for sizes.

HID LIGHTS
$170.00
Call for prices on sizes
not listed.

Call 326-8274
ce'! 426-3618



CRANE BLOCK
Used on 50 ton
friction crane or larger
Price $700 ONO

Tel. 397-1050

Honda Projector Headlights $500.00
Honda Fog Lights 03-07 $250.00
Contact: 448-9643

RIB #826
HP All in one printer special:

Copy, Printer, Scan. 28 black and 22 ppm color.

29 Second 4x6 photos. Borderless photos. HP
60 :
Series inkcartridges. From $99.99.
Call $323.6315

RI #523
For Rent: Soundproof Portable Diesel
Generator Set,
Rated: for 100Kw Stand By OR 90 Kw Prime
Call 427-9531.

STANBY GENERATORS

* Installed at $950 down
Automated transfer switch

* Propane gas tank

\* 1 year free maintenance

* 3 years warranty

* 7KVA — 150 KVA

* Powered by Propane Gas

* Weather protective enclosure

* Fully automatic — home or away

<<)" Exercises Weekly — automatically

\* Super Quiet — Enclosed Design
email erick.darling @ yahoo.com
Call 677-5161 or 449-7324 after 1pm

HEADBALL
ASSEMBLY
Used on 50 ton
friction crane
Price $300 ONO

Tel. 397-1050

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



TRIB #753
1800 WATT AMPLIFIER
Laser lights, confetti machine, like new
Cell 436-8874



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RIB #671
ELKIN CONCRETE MIXER
Perfect for family island use;
must see to appreciate
Price $15,000 ONO
Tel. 397-1050

1-350 KW
CUMMINS GENERATOR DIESEL
Orange &black.
3 phase avaiiable
$32,000.00
Call 394-2135 cell 565-2542




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ITEMS FOR SALE
HID Kits- $150 :
Pioneer Cd Player- $130
Jensen Cd Player- $120
Call 3764701 and leave a message.

RIB #725
SONY PSP Go
black, Download games, music, videos and
photos. Stores up to 16 gb. Has internet
capability and bluetooth. $290.00 O.N.O.
Ph: 636-0331



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MULTI SPLIT DUCTLESS AIR CONDITIONING.
SINGLE SPLIT 12,000 B.T.U. $500.00
DUAL SPLIT 13,000 B.T.U. $800.00

SINGLE SPLIT 18,000 B.T.U. $600.00

SINGLE SPLIT 24,000 B.T.U. $800.00

DUAL SPLIT 18,000 B.T.U. $1,300.00
3 TON CENTRAL 36,000 B.T.U. $1,800.00

5 TON CENTRAL 60,000 B.T.U. $2,500.00
Condenser hanging brackets. $50.00
Electrical installation kits. $100.00.
email erickdarling@ yahoo.com
CALL 677-5161 or 449-7324 after 1pm

CRANE BLOCK
Used on 50 ton
crane
‘Price $500 ONO

Tel. 397-1050

HEADACHE BALL
Used on 30 ton crane.
Price $300 ONO

Call
Tel! 397-1050



PANASONIC 50’ FLAT PANEL TV
FOR SALE - :
features includs viera link ,full hight defination,
1080 pixels, is 3 weeks old and valve at
6,000.00 dollars; selling price $2,500.00
free wall mount with purchase
Call 341-3379 or 428-1055

NEW PROGRAM
N. FUSION
SATELLITE

Receivers for
sale.

Ph: 324-5467
or
636-391 6/426-
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8520...$440
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8320...$340
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8120...$340

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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

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

BBF #622

PINK MINI IPHONE
Touch & dual sim
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camera, bluetooth
2 GB memory card
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Call 341-0460
or
465-0291

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processor,2GB DDR2 memory, 320GB hard
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f 525-1472

BBF #606
Brand new pink mini notebook,
asking $200.00, Also 2 Brand new Ipod Nanos,
asking $100.00 each
call 535-0277 or 364-9339

RIB #823
F Apple Macbook Unibody Sale:

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HD; Webcam; Bluetooth; WIFI; CD/DVD Burner.
1 Yr Warranty. Finance / Layaway.
from $999. Call 323.6315.

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from $599.99. Call 323.6315. ;

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KEYLESS REMOTE,
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F-150, Ford Explorer ETC. ph# 426-4565

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Moto Rokr...$170
Moto ZN200 (Photo
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Nokia E63...$330
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RIB #818 °
Acer Laptop With FREE Sleeve
or 4GB Flash Drive: Win Vista | 7. CD/DVD RW.
2GHZ. 3GB Ram. 160/250GB HD. WIFI. Card
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Layaway. from: $499.99. Call 323.6315.

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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

Clothing Store
Fixtures for Sale, Brazilian
Mannequins, clothing
racks, slat walls, etc,

ph# 356-2878 / 558-8582

B #754
BEAUTIFUL DINING ROOM TABLE

&
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Leaving the island, must sell. Queen bed head,
side table, paintings. cell 436-8874

BBF #621

Armour — All tire
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ph# 325-5016

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RIB #822
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2GB Ram; 160 GB HD; 2.0Ghz; CD/DVD RW;
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Call #323.6315

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or 4GB Flash Drive: 2GB Ram; 250 GB HD;
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Power 90,

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SHIRTS
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NBA Caps $15.00 G-
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557-8665

Call 432-2428

RIB #583 -
OAKLEY SHADES GASCAN
and oil rigs new just $60. Casico G-shock watch
$60 Nba caps $15,
cell 432-2428

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$10.00, $13.75, $15.00,
ph# 324-2522 for information

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Used wigs available starting at $99.00.
Serious Persons only CONTACT: 328-6898 or
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3pc set, brand new, sofa set,
asking $900 ONO, ,
ph# 362-6370 (after 5pm) leave message

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Price $130.00

WATER COOLER Botton
8 more in stock

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no spills.
$300.00
552-3309

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IBBF #552 :
Rent To Own Yamacraw Beach :
Luxury 4 Bedroom 3 Baths Split Level House, Stand Bi
generator, Alatm 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

PS3 MODERN
WARFARE 2
and many others.
Call for details.
Also three xbox 360
modern warfare 2
games for sale
Cell 525-5233

Stackable Washer
and dryer,
Brand New,

All white,
asking $1,400 ONO
ph# 456-4213

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

RIB #762 ‘ ,

“Block head pit bull puppies for sale.
Bloodlines include Neil’s Bully and Vesco’'s
Dozer. Puppies are 7 weeks old and have 1st
shot and worming. Call 324-5607, 428-2374 or
326-3100 ext. 5.”

Elizabeth Estates,

3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, newly renovated, tiling,
carpet, asking $150,000 ono deposit is required:
must see to appreciate:
ph# 376-2792

RIB #746 :
WHIRLPOOL WASHER, LARGE CAPACITY,
. Like new. $399.00
Tel: 362-6040

Brand new °
stove, asking
$525,

Also Freezer,
asking $675, Also
Washer, asking

$400, —
Call for more

ph# 392-0646 /
ASS ASNE|

RIB #751
ROTTWEILER PUPPIES FOR SALE °
‘Two males, three female.
$500.00(five hundred dollars)ea
All puppies have been dewormed and have
received all shots. call 362-0703 cell 433-6796

RIB #816
3 FEMALE SHIT-TZU
$350.00 each
Cell 455-2790 or 565-0458



TRIB #465

- 2 Bed Room 1 Bath, Cottage House

Located in Rolle Town Exuma, Private location
far away from all the distractions of hectic
lifestyle. Just a stones throw from a private

beach and a half mile away from Man ‘O’ War
Cay. Perfect for Regatta getaway. Theresa

Bastian 328-5804/326-7141 or Samuel Bastian

, 436-9551.

USED WHIRLPOOL
WASHING MACHINE

Regular and stacker.
White $350.00 and up.

Call 394-2676
cell 436-0983

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

PURE
BREED SHIT-

FOR SALE
4 male, 6

weeks old.
Must sell

j Call 328-6973





RIB #784
PUREBREED DOBERMAN PINSCHER
PUPPIES
Red and black. Male and Female, pick of litter
available. $1,000
Serious inquiries only. 465-7884



RIB #586
AS SEEN ON TV PEST REPELLER
Get rid of those nasty rats and roaches for good.
Just plug into your walls and save thousand of
dollars. Just $20.00 -
ie Cell 432-2428

RIB #780 —
TRUE 3 DOOR BEVERAGE COOLER
LIKE NEW :
Half Price. $3,500.0 ono
Call 362-6040



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GERMAN SHEPHERD & ROTTWEILER
Mixed puppies, 6 weeks old. i
$550.00 Male, $600.00 Female:
Eor enclosed properties only. Cell 557-2234

; 1 SHIT-TZU ‘
Female white and tri colored, dewormed
1st vaccination.

Call 392-5259 cell 565-8612

PETS FOR SALE
COCKATIELS-Yellow & Grey/Yellow
$100.00 ea .
PIGEONS $10.00 each for regular breeds
$20.00 each exotic breeds
Call 364-1965 or 359-0215
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ELEUTHERA! A short walk to
Surfer's -Beach,
lot_ is located between the
ridges which gives it good pro-
tection and has potential for
“ocean views from a second
floor residence. Perfect spot for
beach enthusiasts looking for
peace & tranquility. Web Ref:
564368 Price: $17,000

SUNSHINE PARK! 2bd/2bt
home in well established neigh-
burhood needing a little TLC.
This home is’ a gem in the
rough! Great opportunity! Web
Ref: 564496 Price: $115,000

ELEUTHERA! Waterfront prop-
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‘spoiled area of Whale Point.
Dramatic rocky shores and se-
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tiful area. On the main land of
Eleuthera just across the har-
bour from famous Harbour Is-
land. Web Ref: 564386 Price:
$175,000

FOXDALE! Sbd/2bt family
home built in 2003 in a well es-
tablished area. Features a well
laid out floor plan With. open liv-
ing/dining and kitchen w break-
fast’ bar. Laundry room, tiled,
wall a/c, and wooden. deck in
the back yard. Web Ref:
564459 Price: $215,000
CHIPPINGHAM! 3bd/2bt home
features central a/c, crown
mouldings, an open _ kitchen
and modern bathrooms. And
for the handyman, a swimming
pool is at the rear of the prop-
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VIZCAYA AT WESTRIDGE
ESTATES! New development
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beautiful landscaping.
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for house locations. Perfect for
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Price: $595,000

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SIR LYNDEN PINDLING ES-
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3bd/2bt home features Tiled
floors with carpet in bedrooms,
security bars on all windows,
and efficient kitchen. Sold with
appliances. Web Ref: 564382.
Price: $189,000

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has an open-plan living area, a
- spacious covered rear patio
and is completely landscaped.
Make your choice from various
options. Web Ref: 564158.
Price: $350,000+
LYFORD CAY! Unit in perfect
condition features S3bd/3bt, a
living and dining room, kitchen
and laundry room along with a
very expansive private patio.
All top of the line fixtures and
finishes including hurricane
windows and doors. Features
include 2 parking spaces, stor-
age room, gym, swimming
pool, jacuzzi amd nature path.
Ideal for those looking for a
property requiring little respon-
api. wer Ref: 9768. Price:
PARADISE ISLAND! Expect
only the best ai this new & ex-
citing community. Each home
takes full advantage of tropical
breezes & panoramic views of
the harbour & bay. 3bd/3bt lux-
ury ground floor condo offers
all that you need and want in

luxury living....Web Ref:
563211. Price: US$2.385M

Peed FOR RENT

CABLE BEACH! Efficiency

with access to pool, featuring
wood & tiled floors, tongue &
groove wood ceilings. All utili-
ties and cable except phone.
Web Ref: 563457. Price: ‘$900

/m

PEEWARD EAST! 2bd/1.5bt
townhouse in a quiet location
moments from the’ beach and
all amenities. Appliances only
including washer/dryer. Web
Ref: 564489 Price: $950 p/m
WEST BAY ST! Wake up to in-
spiring ocean views. at _this
brand “new townhouse
3bd/3.5bt include . stainless
steel appliances, open
living/dining area, walk-in clos-
ets,. separate shower stalls, a
large master suite & enclosed
yard. Web Ref: 564422 Price:
US$2,500 p/m

CABLE BEACH! Bright and
airy 3bd/2bt condo with incrédi-
ble views and a large balcony
located on beautiful beach.
Web Ref: 564491 _ Price:
$2,800 p/m

WEST BAY ST! Immaculate
guest cottage on private estate
with 2bd/2bt. Wrap around ve-
randah offers incredible ocean
& garden views. Tastefully fur-
nished, private back patio and
a spacious one-car garage.
Web Ref: 564494 Price:
$3,500 p/m

SANDYPORT! Immaculate
4bd/3.5bt newly build home
features a modern, open floor
plan. Travertine flooring, hard-
wood kitchen cabinets and
ranite countertops are just a
ew touches. Spacious deck on
canal! Web Ref: 564481 Price:
$4,800 p/m

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs



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KINGS REALTY

GATED COMMUNITIES

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.t 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 - 100' x
300' Residential Lots starting at

only $250,000 build your
dream home today!
SAFFRON HILLS - A luxury

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

INDIGO - Residential and Du-
plex Lots in an exclusive com-
munity opposite Orange Hill
Beach few lots available at only
$190,000

WEST WINDS - Residential
and Duplex Lots in an elegant
and charming community start-
ing at only $120,000

LOTS/ACREAGE

SANDRANIA GARDENS _— -
Large Duplex Lot 9,381 SF
Great ‘Rental Investment op-
portunity only $150,000

LOVE BEACH PHASE 1 -
Commercial and _ Residential
Acres out West starting at only
$350,000 per acre

FAMILY ISLAND

NORMANiIS 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

Phone: 323-8000
Email: info @ kingsrealty.com
Website: www.kingsrealty.com

E-mail:





NORMANS CAY BEACH-
FRONT LOT - 141' X 235' resi-
dential lot on private island
$600,000

NORMANS CAY ACREAGE -
Four (4) 141' X 235' residential
lots on Exuma Sound $600,000
each or $1,600,000 total!

HOPE TOWN, ABACO - Large
residential lot 24,000 SQF
w/partial Ocean. views a steal
at $180,000

MURPHY TOWN, ABACO -
Beautiful Triplex Townhouses 2
bedroom 2.5 bath fully fur-
nished and equipped great in-
vestment opportunity at
$320,000

LOCHABER, LONG ISLAND -
One acre Lot (43,566sq.ft) near
the water only $150,000

RENTALS
2 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE -
Brand New 2 bedroom 2.5 bath
townhouse near Coral Harbour,
features include security gate,
washer, dryer and kitchen ap-
pliances only $1,500 p/m

3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME -
Well kept 3 bed 2 bath home
for rent, features includes a
swimming pool, all new appli-
ances, central air, wood ceiling,
living, dining and study only
$1800.00 p/m

5 BEDROOM 3 BATH HOME -
Beautiful home located in Coral
Harbour on the canal, tastefully
furnished, central air, jacuzzi,
basement bar only $5,000 ‘p/m

HOUSES/CONDO
CHARLOTTEVILLE - Newly
Built 3 bedroom 2.5 bath two
storey spacious home, central
a/c, large patio, beautiful
kitchen with wood cabinets and
granite counters a excellent in-
vestment at only $610,000 in
this luxury gated community

CHARLOTTEVILLE ; Newly
Built 3 bedroom 2.5 bath single
storey home open floor plan,
beautiful master bedroom and
bath, great kitchen with glass
tiles great investment at only
$595,000

Phone: 323-8000
Email: info @ kingsrealty.com
Website: www.kingsrealty.com

WESTRIDGE -

1/2 Acre residential lot, 125
feet on water frontage, great
deal @$395,000
Ph: 327-1102

FOR SALE
WESTERN AREA, new 3 bed
2.5 bath condo, spacious floor
plan granite counter tops, hard-
wood cabinetry, w/bonus utility
room. Central air, alarm, large
outdoor patio. $320,000. Call
424-5780.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010, PAGE 25
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“BAHAMAS
7 gna a L,
Reaury

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 _ bidg, 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

Contact
Tropical Realty, 327-1102.

PROPERTY FOR SALE
EXUMA PRROPERTY
Two Single-Family @

$7,500 and $7,000.

Two Commercial @24K
buyme_2hotmail.com

HILLTOP LOT FOR SALE
Mason Addition, 50x95.
$50,000.

Sold By Owner.

Phone 326-3625, 328-0759

TRIPLEX LOT
in gated community,
Coral Harbour
Quick Sale
Call Larry Adams, 544-3714. -

WESTWINDS: A CHARMING
LOT For Sale. A great single
family lot on Kingfish Street in
Charming West Winds is being
offered at $119,000.
Call:554-9498, 322-4664

For SALE BY OWNER
Residential Lot ;
8,100 sq. ft. :
St. Andrew's Beach Estates
$116,000
Telephone 456-6500.

VENICE BAY: Multi-family
lot, 68x100 with canal view,
gated secure community with
many amenities. $90k Gross.
Ph: 427-9913











16.7 ACRES, waterfront canal
property For Sale. Call Larry,
544-3714.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
on Carmichael Road,
100x200, $250,000 Net.
Call Larry, 544-3714.

LYFORD HILLS
Gated Community
Lot 75x100 @ $125,000
Ph: 325-7692



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



FOR SALE BY OWNER
Newly constructed house in
the quiet neighborhood of
Harmony Estates, off
Carmichael Road.
This 1500 square foot
home, has three bedrooms

a guest bathroom, anda ~
master bathroom 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

HAIR BOOTHS FOR RENT
Ph: 394-7064/425-2695

FOR LE
WESTRIDGE: 1°0148 Acre Lot,
$330K Net. Serious enquiries
only. Call 457-4185 to view.

FOR SALE
Eleuthera: Ocean Side prop-
erty, 5,000sq.ft, spectacular
views, over looking Harbour is-
land; Spanish Wells, gated, 5
minutes to private beach
$80,000. EZ Financing

Serious inquiries only
Ph:242-325-4466

WESTWINDS DUPLEX,
corner lot sold with apfroved
plans for townhouses, $140,00
with $7,000 Down.
Phone:327-1102.



~~ Sf. VINCENT RD
60X100 Lot, $79K
Ph: 325-7692
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LUDEC

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 7

AVOCADO GDNS:._ 3-bed/
2-bath,$199,000

GUINEP ST:Lovely home,
3bed/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
available.

- SAN SALVADOR Preys
i FOR SALE
i Oceanview, 2 bed, 2 bath,

with garage, $249,000.
Tel 452-0180

GAMBLE. HEIGHTS
Duplex Lot $80K
Triplex Lot $85K

Ph: 325-7692



3- BED, 2- ao HOUSE

r Sale
District. Semi-en-
closed yard, efficiency to belt.
Asking $198,000

Tel 362-1487, 525-9105.

TWO HALF ACRE LOTS
MORRISVILLE,
LONG ISLAND. -
1-242-337-0171,
4-242-357-1274.

NMLTI-FAMILY LOT
BLUE HILL ROAD SOUTH
9,397sq.ft., $110,00.00
Telephone 426-35 15/36 1-6084

KOOL ACRES
Duplex Lot, 65K
Triplex Lot, 85k
Tel: 325-7692

LOCAL COUPLE looking to
purchase from private owner 1
of 2 acres on Family Island.
Call 361-5704.
Email:nottage @coralwave.com

OFF PRINCE CHARLES .
Residential lots, $77,500
Duplex lot, $83,000
Ph: 325-7692

Western






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

Bishop Walter S. Hanchell, JP
Broker/Appraiser

VACANT PROPERTIES



OFF FARRINGTON RD, du-
plex lot 64x86, $45,000.

OFF KEMP ROAD., apartment
lot, 64x137, $85,000.

WEST WIND, duplex lot, was
$135,000 reduced to $125,000.

EEN Cc E, near Eight
Mile Rock large _ triangular-
shaped lot, 225x725, $35,000.

BALARA _ BAY,
Harbour, large
$25,000

FOX HILL, duplex lot, $55,000.

Governor's

lot 100x124,

OFF EAST STREET, duplex
lot, 50x100, $50,000.
EA BREEZE CANAL,

boater’s -paradise, huge resi-’

dential lot, $185,000.

WEST TR i
new upscale development, last
available multi-family lot in up-
scale area, almost 10,000 sq.
ft., $130,000.

STEP STREET, huge lot ideal
for 8 unit apartment or a large
store, 65x200, $120,000.

NEAR SOUTH OCEAN, large
multi-family lot 121x121

14,599 sq. ft., $175,000.

OFF SANDILANDS VILLAGE
ROAD, triplex lot in quiet area,
50x124, $90,000.

OFF COWPEN ROAD, duplex
lot 50x140 in new. approved
subdivision, $85,000.

ST_ALBAN’S DRIVE, large

f corner lot zoned for condos or

valued
accept

apartments, 70x286
$280,000, owner will
$195,000 for quick sale.

OFF SUTTON ST.,
lot 64x137, $85,000.

PINEWOOD, Jacaranda St.,
residential lot 10,951 sq. ft.,
$165,000 multifamily lot 23, 305
sq. ft. $325,000.

apartmeni

TWO ADJOINING LOTS
in prestigious Turnberry
Development, 10, 600 &
13, 592 sq. ft. together totalling
23, 192 sq. ft. Lots are slightly
elevated and attractively
located. Selling as a package
for $500,000 net or $250,000 &
285,000 net
roshecuvely ONO.
No Agents
327-8639 or 427-7708.




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

Bishop Walter S. Hanchell, JP

Broker/Appraiser



BUILDINGS

COCONUT GROVE , 2 storey
commercial building with large
fully equipped store, 3 apart-
ments and vacant lot ideal for

supermarket church or any
business, was $525,000, re-
duced to, $495,000.

AMBRI CLOSE, off Springfield
Road large incomplete contem-
porary designed 4- unit town-
house to belt course stage,
$198,000.

FARRINGTON ROAD, Invest-
ment property, 4 unit apartment
complex containing (2) 1 bed,
(1) 2 bed plus (1) efficiency
fully rented for $2,600 monthly,
price, $295,000.

SOUTH BEACH, 8 unit apart-
ment complex, needs repairs,
$275,000.

ADELAIDE ROAD, near Coral
Lakes, brand new 2 bed 2 ?
bath elegant townhouse,
$250,000.

FAITH GARDENS, 3 bed 2
bath living, dining, utility, only 5
years old, $220,000.

GARDEN HILLS, 3 bed 2 bath,
utility, patio, $170,000

NEAR SEABREEZE ES-
TATES, 4 unit apartment com-
plex containing (2) 2-bed units
and (2) 1 bed units, enclosed,
$268,000.

OFF WULFF ROAD, duplex
with 2 bed 1 bath each side,
$120,000.

REGENCY PARK, attractive 3
bed 2 bath house with effi-
ciency apartment, enclosed
wall, excellent condition,
$230,000

OFF WEST BAY STREET, ex-
cellent buy, 1 bed 1. bath
condo, $85,000.

JUBILEE GARDENS, 3 bed 2
bath house, $230,000.
STAPLEDON GARDENS,
rented duplex, $1,700 monthly
income price, $265,000.

OFF: MT. ROYAL AVE., two
(2) year old wooden duplex, (1)
2 bed 1 bath (1) 1 bed 1.bath,
130,000. ,

SANDYPORT, Brand-new 2
storey spacious 5 bed 3.5 bath
canal front luxury house with

indoor pool, stainless: steel ap-
pliances, hardwood floor,
$1,495,000. :

325-7693, 323-5626,
376-6121, 558-8198
RESIDENTIAL LOTS

Pinewood Gdns, 50x100
$55,000
Springfield St, 60x100
$77,500

St.Vincent Rd .60x100 $79,000
Victoria Gdns 60x100 $79,000

Off Sea Breeze Ln 80x100
$85,000

Southern Heights, 7,964 sq. ft

$95,000

Coral Heights East, 80x100
$120,000

Seabreeze East, 400x100
$115,000 .
Lyford Hills :
Yuma Estates, 65x105
$99,500

South Seas 75x100 $90,000
Coral Harbour, 100x140
$145,000

Off Skyline Drive, 90x140
$165,000

Winton HEights $175,000

DUPLEX LOTS.
Kool Acres, 64x100 $65,000

Gamble Heights, 60x100

$80,000
Smith’sville 50x100 $83,000
Hanna Rd, 60x100 $85,000

Yuma Estates, 65x105
$106,000

Off West Bay St, 50x125
$185,000

TRIPLEX LOTS

Nassau Village, 75x100
$75,000

Off Carmichael Rd, 100x63
$85,000

Kool Acres, 7,649 sq. ft
$85,000

Gamble Heights, 7,900 sq. ft
$85,000

Marshall Rd, 72x114 $95,000
Off Bellot Rd, 53x150 $98,000

BEACH LOT
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Flaming Bay, Cat Island,

10 min from PGA Development
110x200, $225,000Net.
Ideal for Condos/Townhouse
Good opportunity.
324-2918, 422-6456.
Beach Lot not ocean view.













VISTA MARINA: Front 77ft
back 117ft sides 130ft,
$280,000

WESTRIDGE

NORTH 120X370, $400,000 °
SOUTH 95X108, $135,000

HIGHLAND PARK: Multi-fam-
ily lot 100x100, $230,000

DOWDESWELL ST: Lot with
approved plans for 3 storey of-

fice building, $260,000 c
COMMERCIAL LOT: 200ft on
Delancy St 75tt deep,
$455,000 :
SKYLINE LAKES: 100x150,
$399,995

14+ACRE

West of Bahamas Human So-
ciety 120ft wide, $600,000

5 ACRES HILL TOP OCEAN
VIEW: With plans for 56 - 2
and 3-bedroom condos, $5.5
million.

SAUNDERS BEACH WEST
OF KENTUCKY: Fully com-
mercial 6.5 acres, $6.5 million.

ST ALBANS DRIVE: 1-bed,
1-bath condo, $120,000

SFAPLEDON GARDENS:
4-bedrooms, 2-baths, on large
lot, fruit trees, $235,000

SANDYPORT:
a. Multi-family lot on canal 5Oft
dock, $485,000

b. New 383. storey, 5-bed,
3.5-bath indoor pool, dock
$1,495,000

‘ORIS SYMMONETT
REAL ESTATE
Tel: 325-8280, or
Eve 325-1961

“SAN SALVADOR
LOTS FOR SALE
Beachfront hilltop,

: ocean view start at $15, polelo jes
- Tel 452-0180

VACANT PROPERTY SALE
Located in Westwinds :
Subdivison. Just before Love
Beach on West Bay Street.
Gated Community. On
cul-de-sac.100 ft x 60 ft.
Asking$118,000.00 NET
OBO

Ph: 322-8956/7,
466-3876,429-6364 or
327-1057





MULTI- FAMILY LOT
5x100

LOCATED IN THE WEST,
$1 See eel eke FOR
QUICK SALE.
Ee NO AGENTS!



24-8594

INDIGO:
7300 sq. ft lot
$238,000 Neg

NO REALTORS

445-5135



THE TRIBUNE



ADELAIDE VILLAGE
Lot on beach $140,000
Ph: 325-7692

BEACHFRONT LOT
FOR SALE, $95,000
IN- SAN SALVADOR
White Sandy beach
et 754-214-2405.

BELLOT ROAD EAST
Triplex Lot. $95,000
Ph:325-7692









BERNARD RD. ADDERLEY
ST, 1.2-Acres Commercial.
Ideal for eats oo reine Cen-
ter etc. $350

Call SDB 7692

BRAND NEW. 2 bed, 2.5 bath
townhouse for sale, ‘Yamaraw
Shores Subdivision. Phone
445-7714, 558-7020.

, CABLE BEACH
Residential lot, 12,600 square

feet.
Ph: 361-7912, 432-6682, or’
552-4331




JACK ISAACS
REALTY
tS EST. 1978
(OE ERR TOâ„¢
. LOTS

LYFORD CAY: Two adjacent
Golf Course lots— Each lot ap-

prox. 25,500 sq ft
$1,230,000.00 EACH Web Ref:
8108



BEACHFRONT LOT — OCEAN
CLUB ESTATES-EXCLUSIVE:
Unique lot with white sandy
beach in Exclusive. Gated
Community on Paradise Island.
Sold together with a 65 foot
dock at Ocean Club Estates
Marina, $5.6 million Web Ref:

35109
JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL: 322-1069
info @ bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.

Cable Beach Lot for Sdle.

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

18 UNIT APARTMENT
COMPLEX

1.6M Net; including two houses
2.1 M Net

Great investment, close to P.I
Bridge in quiet, safe area, fully
rented. Phone 393-6544

HANNA ROAD
Duplex Lot, $85,000
Ph: 325-7692
THE TRIBUNE










Ss
( JACK ISAACS )
\ REALTY ee
SN EST. 1978

Lee.
Sy ee
(VE BAHAMIAN

HOMES

SANDYPORT TOWNHOUSE:
2 bed 2.5 bath home in Gated
Community. Great kitchen,
washer & dryer. 3 community
swimming pools and encloséd
children’s playground. MUST
SEE. $340,000.00 Web Ref:
28909

HIGH POINT MANORS: Spa-
cious 3 bed 2.5 bath town-

S
ee
cy sKor so

house in Gated Community.
New construction. Granite
kitchen counter tops, custom

built Oak cabinets.
Web Ref: 33709 -

LOTS
SAFFRON HILL: Single and
Multifamily lots starting = at
$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
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
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

$269,000

LONG:ISLAND
‘Ocean view.
Hilltop:Lots g

Beach:-Access Lots ~

150x80:
Prices from $25,000
Telephone:436-3170 ©



CORAL LAKES PROPERTY
12,188sq.ft.
For Sale By Owner $140,000
Call. 357-5983, 434-0686.

=a CONDO: FOR SALE
St Albans -Dr,-3:bed; 2'5- ee Na re
3:storey. arotiaoeeen
Well appointed interiors.
Gated property with pool.
$239;000
Bank Financing available.
Tel::325-1325,-422-4489,
“454-2098.



FOR SALE or RENT TO oo

Commercial building, single
storey structure.~ Located Cor-
deaux Avenue store/office
space situated at the front

one bedroom apartmenvoffice,
at the side, fully secured, cen-
tral bea cauipped « . Selling price
$15 OO O.N Tel
436- Bet. ;

ELEVATED.

L ] G HTH O US E
REAL ESTATE
PH:242-363-3958
427-8970/422-1347
WESTRIDGE LOTS:
TRIPLEX LOTS 9400 sq.

ft.-11400 sq ft. prices
$175,000.00-: $290, 000.00

4PLEX LOTS 13400 sqft.
$360,000.00

6 PLEX LOTS 16600 sq. :

ft - 17200 sq. ft

$410,000.00

JOHNSON ROAD: Residential

Lot 10,000 sq. ft. $130,000.00

(OCEAN CLUB ESTATES:
Canal Lot 125x185 23125 sq. ft
Call for details

CONDOS:

PARADISE ISLAND: 3-bed
3.5 bath 1850 sq. ft, newly ren-
novated on beach $950,000.00

RENTALS:

PARADISE ISLAND:3-bed,3.5

bath furnished, 2 units on
beach, furnished 1850-2200
sq. ft. starting at 4000.00 per
month

FAMILY ISLANDS
ELEUTHERA: PALMETTO
POINT, 4.6 ACRES ON DRY
HILL RD. $185,000.00

LONG ISLAND: SALT POND
Line Bay, Elevated lots, pano-
ramic views of both sides, utili-
ties, paved road, lots 20000 sq.
ft, 57000 sq. ft. $14200000. 00 to
$375000.00

SANS SOUCI, Under
Construction: 3 Bedroom
home, 2 1/2 Bath, study, pantry
and large laundry. Being sold
AS IS.

Valued to dated: $418,000.
Being sold for $295,000 net.
16,511 sq. ft. lot
House size 3,000sq. ft.

Call 359-3489.

INDIGO Priced for Quick Sale
7,200sq.ft with partial ocean-
view, $235,000. Call 424-5780.

OFF COW PEN ROAD
72X190. Ideal for 6- on $1 45K
Ph: 325-769:

HOME OFF PRINCE
CHALRES DRICE
3 bed, 2 bath, spacious yard,
security screens,a/c unit in
each room. Serious inquiries

: only.
Ph:376-4245/556-3513
HOUSE FOR SALE BY

OWNER
Coral Lakes Home
2,900 sq. ft Lot size

120X110x100

$420,000 gross
Tel: 454-9421

GLENISTON GARDENS
4-bed, 2-bath house
. good condition.
ideal to convert into Duplex
. _ $250,000
Call 325-7692








We pe and Sel %
“Please call Ludec.
393- 1183 or EY ext




NORTH ANDROS
HOUSE FOR SALE

3-bedroom, 1-bath: Partly fur-
nished, $65,000 negotiable.
Contact Rev Newton,
(242)329-4248/432-7823

GATED WEST:OEF ‘
ORANGE HILL BEACH
GOOD LOCATION,
Batlle yee SINS

BASKETBALL GOURT.
RESIDENTIAL LOT SRECIAL
STARTING @ $92,500.

CALL 457-0581 OR 393-1735

FOR SALE
Brand new Townhouse
in gated community
2-bedroom, 2.5 bath.
Back patio desk
Ph:557-4654/362-0337

FOR SALE
approximately 125’x100’,
situated in the subdivision of
Whale Point Estate, North
Eleuthera. Price $18,000 ono.
interested persons call
242-323-6594. :



Lot,

NEW TRIPLEX
_ FOR SALE BY OWNER
Attractive 2, 1-bedroom, 3-bed-
room, 3 bath, 4,700 sq. ft
$398,000. Ph: 341-5500 or
429-4350



RETAIL CLOTHING STORE:
Fixtures for sale! Everything
must go! (Cashier's Display

Case, Clothing racks, display

stands, etc. Ph: 477-3772
(days), 341-4104 (eve)

1 BED KOOL ACRES apart-
ment, Fridge,- Stove, Burglar
Bars, Air Condition, and Water
included, $625.00 per month,
First, Last & Security Deposit
required. Call 477-1438 please
leave message.

4+ BED, 1 BATH efficiency. All
utilities included. Light, water,
cable, internet access. Fridge,
stove, a/c, blinds. No pets/kids.
$675 p/m.ist & last plus $350,
security. Call 436-1456

WESTRIDGE CONDO. 3-bed,
2.5 bath, private office,granite
counters,jacuzzi tub,en suite,
$2,800 bathroom,furnished,
$2,800 p.m.Contact 425-0878

1-BEDROOM, fully furnished,
efficiency with. kitchen, burglar
bars, light and water included.
Seabreeze. $550/month
Ph:558-7997/324-5716 .-

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010, PAGE 27

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



CABLE BEACH:

Towhnouse For rent
2-bed, 1.5-bath, fully furnished,
gated, $2,500 per month.
Call:424-3797, 376-1064.

GARDEN HILL #2

2-bed, 1-bath second _ story
condo. Private balcony,up-
grade bath, -ample parking,

kitchen appliance negotiable.

Asking $87,00 0.b.0
242-225-0142

Several

CABLE BEACH:

spacious 2-bedroom
apartments, balcony, fully
furnished, equipped. $1,200.

Also spacious 1-bedroom apt,
$900. beach pool rights, near
stores, bus stop. Seaband
Court. Call 327-7785 now!!

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT,
McKinney Dr, off Carmichael
fioad. First, last & sec dep.
$800/pm. Incl: fridge, stove,
water, central air enclosed yard
with remote gate.

Call 361-0814, or 395-5961.

2-BED, 2-BATH, fridge, stove,
washer, dryer, central a/c,
burglar bars, wooden blinds,
ceiling fans. $800/mth, $500
sec dep. Phone 424- 6331, or
362-2218. -

2-BED, 1-BATH, $750/pm.
Fridge, stove, gas tank, A/C,
ceiling fan, security bars, water
enclosed yard. Phone’ and
cable ready.

341-7855, 341 -3357.

BRAND NEW, specious 2-bed,
1-bath apt, High Vista, off The

Eastern Road. Water, b/bars,
jacuzzi, laundry room.
$1,000/pm, first/last plus sec

dep. $1,000. Call 324-2972.

SEA BREEZE EST
100X100, $115K.
PH: 325-7692

ONE BEDROOM APT Waiter,
light, cable, b/bar, phone ready,
in private yard. Ph: 364-0277.

DUPLEX, NEWLY
RENOVATED, 2-bed, 1-bath,
burglar bars, air cond, fridge,

stove, washing machine.
Enclosed yard. Kool Acres,

$750. Water included. Must see

to appreciate. 322-3814,
324-7064 evenings.

2BED/2BATH VILLA - PI pri-

double enclosed ga-
rage, generator, central and
individual a/c units; security
alarm and bars; roll down hurri-
cane shutters; additional water
holding _ tank. $3,500 per
month. Call 457-4185 to view.
Serious inquiries only.

vate pool,

BRAND NEW 1 bedroom apt
semi-furnished, Golden Gates
#2,. $650 per month. Water in-
cluded. ~ 361-3411 or
242-475-5016.

3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATH, un-
furnished, spacious, with ja-
cuzzi in master bath, central
air, ceiling fans, woodn ceilings
and large ceramic tiling, com-
pletely enclosd with intercom at
gate. Located in Western Dis-
trict of New Provience. $1150
monthly, first and last month

plus $800 security deposit. Call,

326-6982

3-BED, 2-BATH
Sears Rd, (commercial).
$1350. Ideal for office/school.

HOUSE,

WESTRIDGE: 2-BED, 2-BATH.

APT (gated), $1350
OFFICE - Upstairs,
850. :

Tel: 327-0667/424-3330.

A ONE BEDROOM APT, fully
furnished includes all utilities.
Electricity gate and access to
the pool for rent. pie per
month. Tel 326-1392

AN. EFFICIENCY FOR RENT.
Ridgleland Park east, $550 per
month,- weekly $160. Water,
light, cable included. Ph:
325-0929

APARTMENT
$550/mth, first, last + $300 sec.
Tel 676-2912, 544-1001.
Light, water & cable included.

APARTMENT FOR RENT near
Calvary Deliverance Church,
East Street South.

Ph: 357-4129,.423-7482

APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Seabreeze Lane, New, $750
per month, water, a/c.
Ph: 455-4339

Isl Plaza.

Fete eT TTY Later
studio apts: St" Albans” Dr;
$175 p.w. Water, ‘a/c; Relat

included. Only $495 to move
Ug Nd peec rsa NP aot rae A
Gate tata ae

BEAUTY SALON $225 wee
Hair Stylist Station, 2 Nail Tech
Station busy area.Farrington
Road. Ph: 323-0664

BEYONG BEAUTY >

Presents

A new beauty salon in the Pilot
House on East Bay Street.
Booth Rentals available for
Hair/Nail Stylists, Make-up/Tat-
too Artists, or Barber.
Call 242-467-8792,
242-425-6416

For more information.

BOOTH FOR RENT
Hair booth $80/week
Nail Booth $70 /week
Tel: 328-6973 serious inquiries
only.





or




BRAND NEW 1 edison
studio efficiency apt. Fully
furnished, light,water, cable,
$165 per week or $750 per
month. Available February 28,
2010 2

McKinney Drive off Carmichael
Road.Ph: 341-1515,376-2768

CABLE BEACH 2-bed, 1 bath
furnished, $1100 per month,
water included, no children, no
pets. Ph: 376-4881

BRAND NEW 38-bed, 2-bath
house for rent, partially fur-
nished. B-bars, water included.
$1,100. pm, first & Ist sec $900.
(H)361-3301, (Cell)455-6037.

BRAND NEW EFFICIENCY for
rent. Light & water
included,$550.Ph:426-1650 or
436-6318

BRAND NEW one_ bedroom
apt, Blyden Rd, off Carmichael

A/C, cable, blinds, security
bars, water. 1st and last,
$650/p m se dep $400.

325-2937(hm), “426- “3883 (cell).

‘BRAND NEW, 1 Bedroom, 1
bath townhouse for rent in Gar-
den Hills. Very spacious, ultili-
ties included. $900 per month.
323-7302, or 557-8875... ~

BRAND NEW, Yamacraw. Hill

Road, © 2-bedroom, 1-bath, 5
mins walk from beach,
$825/mth, unfurnished, water

incld. A/G, & sec screens, first,
last & sec

* 4-bedroom Efficiency. Water
& light included. $550/mth.

Call 326-0077, 427-6587,
323-1658, 392--0725.

CENTRALLY LOCATED
1 bedroom, furnished apt,$675
er month.
Ph:323-5123,326-4136,
558-1366

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY,
Seabreeze. Everyting included.
Phone 364-8508

CABLE BEACH,'3 BED, 3 1/2
BATH, AND 1-BED, TOWN
HOUSE DISH WASHER,
WASHER/DRYER, A/C,
FULLY FURNISHED, POOL,
ELEC GATES, HIGH CEILING,
EXECUTIVE QUALITY,
CLOSE TO BEACH; SHOP-
PING, BUS. SEVERAL AVAI.
$2600 TO $3090.
327-2694, 557-8980.

CABLE BEACH,
HAMPSHIRE
ST WEST, spacious
2 2-bedrooms apt 1/2 bath,
storage area, fully
furnished, cooking
gas, and water included.
Central air, gated, cable
and telephone ready,
laundry facilities,
$1,325/pm, first, last and
$750 sec dep; also iease
- required.
Call 535-0044, or 327-1977
after 8pm. earous inquiries
only.

CARMICAHEL RD, 2-bed, 1
bath apt, $675 monthly. First,
last, $400 secuirty, Couples
only.Ph: 525-9520 -





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ax GING al EEEGEL
* “COTTAGE. ONLY $799;
EXCELLENT SECURITY
- BEHIND GATE. FULLY
Sealand
DRYER, MICROWAVE, 1 TV;
Soney\-18 5 READY, aaias
_COMPUTER. PHONE
PRESENTLY: ON. RENT
._ INCLUDES WATER.
- NO UPFRONT DEPOSIT
-REQUIRED. FEMALES ONLY
PHONE 357-8888.













CORAL HARBOUR,
room, partly furnished apt, wa-

1-bed-

ter, cable, a/c, b/bars, $600
nthl

monthly.
Ph:362-1195, or 395-6954 |

COWPEN ROAD
2 bed, 1 bath , bars, a/c,
fridge, stove, washer, ‘dryer,
water included.$750 per month
+ $500 security depsoit. 1st &
last. No kids, no pets.
Ph: 361-8858

COWPEN ROAD
2 bedroom/bathroom. First, last
$700, security deposit. $400.
Ph: 362-2485

COZY 1-BEDROOM Cottage
Village Rd, central air,washer &
dryer, cable, fully furnished,
$850 p/m. Ph:324-7895

ONE BEDROOM APT. Water,
light, cable, b/bar, phone ready,
in private yard. .
Phone 364-0277. *

DUPLEX APT
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

EASTWOOD ESTATES
RENTAL’

3 bed, 2 bath spacious house

with pool, central a/c, laundry

faciiities,new kitchen, $1,700
p.m. Ph: 327-1102

*

jast month and security deposit
req. 364-8304, 364-8831.

EFFICIENCY: Seabreeze

Lane. Available April 5, 2010.

includes: water, air condiiton,

fride and stoVe. Call 364-1853,
' 324-5094 for more info.

1-BEDROOM, fully furnished
apt, water, gas, central air,
phone. $650 per month. Ph:
364-2704, 424-1802

EXECUTIVE HOMES
FOR RENT.
Houses, Apartments,
e sandos; West, Paradise Island
: beachfront.

Gated communities.
$1,000, $1,500, $3,000.
$5,000 much more!
Tel:393-0868/454-1230

INDIVIDUAL OFFICE SNe
FOR RENT

Central
reception

light, water,

A/C,
area,
wireless inter-
net, call forwarding, profes-
sional environment, 24/7 ac-
cess + more. Immediate oc-
cupancy available. Only
$650.00. Phone:376-7441.



EFFICIENCY WITH WATER}:

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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 HOM

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



Turnquest- arenert

MANAGEMENT & RENTALS

FOR RENT

WESTWARD VILLAS:Fully
furnished two-bedroom, 3-bath
house, A/C, ceiling fans,
washer/dryer, pool. $2,500 per
month.

WESTRIDE EST:Gated com-
munity, furnished two-bed, 2.5-

bath townhouse, central-air,
washer/dryer, pool. $1,600. No
pets. -

MEADOWS ST:Shop space for
rent. with cenitral-air $750 per
month.

TURNQUEST PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT
324-3060

FOR RENT
2 BED, 1.5 BATH
Townhouse Sea Breeze Canal
Fridge, Stove & a/c
$900/month, $500 security
deposit.Ph: 364-5084

FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT. BAcreens. Private en-
trance. 341-4265.

“FOR RENT
FOR RENT
High Vista, one bedrom apt,

furnished, all utlities included,
$850. P: 502-6461/364-3644



HOUSE FOR net Highland

Park Villas, _ $1500.00 _ per
month. Ph: 323-0178,
376-1530



NEWLY BUILT 2 bedroom apt
for rent with central air, security
screen and water included,
$750 per month. Ph:364-7087



FOR RENT
One bedroom apt, light, water,
cable, HBO, fully furnished.
$900/mth. Call 477-0190 NO
KIDS

FULLY FURNISHED 2-bed-
room, Marathon § & Palmetto
Way. Central A/C, water in-
cluded. Bars, ceiling fans, ca-
ble/internet ready, wsher/dryer
onpremises, $980 per month.
Phone 394-1397, 467-3091.

FULLY FURNISHED upstairs
one bedroom apt. Includ all
utilities for rent $220 per week.
Tel 392-4171.

FULLY FURNISHED, 1-bed-
room, +t-bathroom apartment
includes.’ Water, cable, practi-
cally, new furniture, off St Vin-
cent, $700/pm. Ph: 364-7461

FURNISHED 1-BED APt with
A/C, ceiling fan, b/bars, $750
per month. Utilities incl. En-
closed and spacious Eastern
area. Ph: 324-3070

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY
Twynam Heights, Winton.
Light, water, cable. Internet, air
condition, iron bars, $300 secu-
ity deposit, $550 monthly pay-
ments.

Phone 324-1822, 324-7444

FURNISHED ROOMS, all
utilities included,queen size
bed, singles only.

Ph: 322-3914 or 325-0545
GATED COMMUNITY CONDO
FOR RENT
ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
CONDO, FULLY FURNISHED
AND CENTRALLY LOCATED
GATED COMMUNITY.
INCLUDES, BED-
SET, SMALL DI-
NETTE, LEATHER LIVING
ROOM SUITE, STAINLESS
STEEL FRIDGE AND STOVE
A/C ..UNIT WITH SECURITY

BARS AND DOOR.

1ST AND LAST MONTH RENT | |

OF $750.00, SECURITY DE-

POSIT OF . $500.00 RE-
QUIRED TO MOVE IN

FOR MORE _INFO- CALL
324- aoa . 466-0860 OR
424-071

HAIR & TAIL BOOTH for rent.
$100 per week. Ph: 455-3024

HAIR_AND NAIL BOOTH for
rent. Call 362-1281/432-3105

1 BEDROOM APT, $800 per
month. Montague Villas.
Ph: 525-1761/327-1113

HANNA ROAD, spacios 1 bed-
room apartment includes wa-
ter, security bars, blinds, a/c
and wasing facilities $600 per
month, security deposit $200.
Ph: 327-6899

HILLSIDE EST: Unjvurnished
one-bedroom apt with ceiling
fan. Utilities included. $600. No
pets. Call 324-3060.

APPOINTMENT ONLY



PH: 468-1961

JOAN;S HEIGHTS EAST
Newly built 1-bed apt,
fully/semi- furnished
Fridge/stove/water/cahle etc.
$650/$725/pm or $180/pw.
Ph:392-5364

JOHNSON RD ESTATES; 2

bed, 2-bath, semi-furnished

house, $900 p/m, first, last &
$800 security.
Ph:324-2193

JOHNSON TERRACE, _ spa-
cious 2-bed, 2-bath, fridge,
stove, A/C, ceiling fans, water
and basic cable _ included.
$850/pm. Ph:427-0925.

JUST 5-MIN FROM COB. New
two 1-bedroom apt, fully fur-
nished, $650 month, first, last
month + $350 sec. Fully fur-

nished. Incl: water, light,
b/bars, fenced yard. all
392-8822, Ms Aranha.

LEEWARD EAST: NEW 2

bedrooms, 1 bath townhouse,
quiet cul-de-sac, off street
parking, good yard_ space,
$142,000 motivated seller. Call
242-359-1764 anytime.

LOVE BEACH, fully furnished
1 bed apt,water included, $850
month.Ph: 327-8827, 467-6559
EAST OF CORAL HARBOUR,
2.bed-apt, fully furnished,water
included,$1050 per month.

Ph: 327- 8627 or 434-4691

LOVELY FULLY FURNISHED

studio apt. Walk-in-closet, light,

water and cable included. No

pets/children, no smoking.

Must see to appreciate. Quiet

persons, aire p.w, $625 p.m.
Ph: 394-1112

NEAR P. 1, 1 bedroom/1 bath,
semi-furnished at $600
furnished at $700,water
included, no children, no pets.

,j@eh: 376-4881 we

NEW 1-BEDROOM APT.
All utilities included.
Private, security, A/C,
generaor. 1st/last+security. Off
Carmichael Rd. Tel:465-8452.

NEW APTS Deliverance Way
(Malcolm near Kennedy Subdi-
vision): 2 bd x1 bth,~ c/fans,
NS, burglar bars, gated, cable

tel ready, unfurnished,
$700/nth, 1st & last + sec.
Contact Mrs Reece at
376-3880.

* NEW BEDROOM APT
FOR RENT, SUNSHINE PK.
CALL 425-0747 EVENINGS
361-4937
Only serious inquiries.

NEW EFFICIENCY, Fraser Al-
lotment, $700 p.m,1st, last, sec
$350 included. Light, water, ca-
‘ble, stove refrigerator. Small
gas tank. Ph: 394-3555. - Cell
429-4199

NEWLY BUILT 2 bed;1 bath
South Beach, a/c, s/bars & wa-
ter included. $750/pm, 1st, last
+ security deposit.

Call 392- 3216/558-2125

NEWLY CONSTRUCTED_ one
bedroom apartment located off
Charles W Saunders Highway.
$550 per. month. A/C, water,
burglar bars, burglar door,
smoke detector included. Coin
washer and dryer on premises
for tenant use. First and last
month rent and security deposit

of $300 _ required. Phone
393-2455, 395-4348, or
424-4792: .

NEWLY REFURBISHED
2 bedroom apartment, $700 a
month, cable included.
Ph:341-2687, 454-3978

NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
near Bay. Starting at $125.
All utilities included.
325-3939, 327-8271,
Cell 357-4214

OAKSFIELD, DAVIS STREET,
one bed, one bath, semi-fur-
nished, $550/pm_ incl. Water.
Tel 445-0165.

OFF JOE FARRINGTON, one
bedroom apt. .Light, water. ,
fridge, stove, a/c, “alarm, wood
blinds, $700 monthly, no kids.
Ph:525-9099/324-1810

OFF ST VINCENT ROAD:
Fridge and stove, included.
1 bedroom apt,ceniral air $600
~ and sec required.
Contact 423-5228.

OFF WULFF ROAD _1-bed-
room efficiency, all utilities in-
cluded, $160/pw, $700 to move
in. Ph: 392-5364

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
980sq.ft. Adelaide Road.
Call 323-6300.

OFFICE SPACE For Rent.
Phone: 455-3024

ON BELLOT ROAD, 3 bed, 2
bath apt for $1, 000 per month.

‘Fel: 525-4092

ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT, water,no -
kids/pets. Soldier Rd. Fenced
Property,security bars $500,
single occupancy

ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT, security bars,
a/c, enclosed yard,cable,single
occupancy, south Beach $500
ONE WEDDING DRESS, size
10, champagne

accesories included $1300.00
Motorola Mini IPhone - Radio,
TV, Dual Chip $120.00

Ph: 392-5493, 677-5184

ONE BEDROOM APT
$500/mth, first & last.
Located East. St South.
Tel:525-2754, 326-0911,

‘ 431-5055 .

ONE BEDROOM APT for rent
$500, Solider Rd.
Ph: 677-5874, 376-9186 or
525-4979

ONE BEDROOM APT for rent
furnished, with water,
$650/mth, first, last and $500
sec dep. Sea Breeze.
Phone:324-6579, 454-5876.



THE TRIBUNE





ONE BEDROOM APT,
$675/mth. All utilities included.
Tel 535-6322.

ONE BEDRCOM APT,
semi-furnished, light,water,
cable included. Telephone

ready.$700 first & last, security,
Pinewood. Ph:535-8661,
394-8053,380-2248

ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
APT, Sunshine Park, security

bars, fenced-in yard, A/C, light,
water included, cable ready,
$600 per month, security de-
port ade Tel 426-2862,
364-617:

ONE BEDROOM J furnished,

Marathon Road. Light, phone,
cable $400/month.
Tel: 393-2667/434-2756.

ONE BEDROOM spacious apt,
water, washer, dryer, . std6ve,
burglar bars. Phone 359-3931,
362-2153

ONE BEDROOM, fully
furnished Out East. All utilities”
included. 1 bedroom
apartment, fully.
furnished,Moores liane, Wulff
Road.Ph:322-7250,324-3446
or 359-2050

ONE BEDRQOM, | furnished
apt, Sea Beach Estate, 5 min
form beach, ac, light, water,
washer, dryer, first tank of gas,
$850. Phone 395-8733,
429-4680.

ONE BEDROOM, TWO BATH,
furnished apt, Harmony Hill,
suitable for working couple,
air-conditioned, television, ‘se-
curity bars & windows, tele-
phone rental and water in-
cluded. Tel 393-2562. .

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.

ONE FULLY FURNISHED
efficiency off Prince Prince
Chalres Dr. Includes all utilities,
$650 p.m. First & last $300
security deposit.
Tel:324-0891 ,431-1547 or
455-7195

ONE-BEDROOM , APT Sea
Breeze, fully furnished, light,
water, cable. $750 per month,
first, last, sec dep $30. Phone

°324-7985

ONE-BEDROOM, furnished Ef-
ficiency. For rent Light, water
and cable encluded. $70 a
week or $650 a month, $400
sec dep. Pinewood Gardens.
Phone 392-0173, or 392-3178.

PARKGATE ROAD: _ 1-bed-
room apartment includes wa-
ter, security bars,blinds and
a/c, $500 p.m, security deposit
$100.Ph: 327-6899

PARTLY FURNISHED 1 bed-
room apt, fridge, stove, washer
& dryer, a/c & water included.
Located Southwind Gardens
Blue Hill Rd South. $700
p.mist, last & $500 security.
Tel: 427-4846 leave message.
361-5571 after 6p.m.
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he Tribune's _

PRACTICALLY NEW 1-bed-
room, 1-bath apartment, water,
cable, cooking gas, burglar
bars, $60.00, Fox Hill.
427-0363

RENT:
2-bed, 2-bath, gated Westridge
$1250.00 ;
3-Bed,2-bath,Sears Rd,water,
sewer, yard maintenance
$1250 ; :
- Office.Shop Island Plaza’ $800
Ph: 424-3330 or 327-0667

ROOM AND BATHROOM with
private entrance for rent Single
male or female only. Serious
enquiries please 341-2970, or
636-2353

SEASIDE TOWNHOUSE
2-bed, 1.5 bath, a/c, stove,
fridge, cable ready, patio,

$800 pm. Call 324-5897.

SEASIDE TOWNHOUSE
2-BED, 1.5-BATH, A/C,
‘washer, dryer, combo, micro-
wave, stove, refrigerator, cable
ready, patio, $900/pm. Call
324-5897

SEMI-FURNISHED 2 bedroom,
1 bath, light & water ‘included.
$425 per rm/mth. Telephone
393-8264

SEMI-FURNISHED one. bed-
room apt, off St. Vincent Rd,
water and cable, light included.
Ph: (323-7131, 302-3314 ,
361-5918



SEVEN SHOP SPACES. for
rent at #97 Charles: Vincent. St.

For. More Information please
call 322-4260
SHIRLEY PARK/PARADISE

ISLAND, Newly rennovated 3
bed, 3 bath, air conditioned

fans, .large .rooms,washer
dryer, all appliances,fenced ‘in
yard,fully furnished, available
immediately. Must see to ap-
preciate

$2650 per month.

Contact: - 426-1158 or

327-0992(10 -5)
SHOP AND OFFICE SPACE
FOR RENT

FARRINGTON ROAD
TEL:323-0029, 431-2810

SHOP SPACE FOR RENT
Busy area. Serious inquiries
only. 356-7546/477-6163.

SOUTH 1bed, 1 bath furnished
apt, $200 w, $850 month,wa-
ter, light,gas etc.

- $875 to move in. Phone
323-1816 or 434-8379

SPACIOUS 2 bed, 1 bath, tall
Pine Nursery, security bars,
own water,$700 p.m

Ph: 361-5556

STAR ESTATES - 2-bedroom
apt, a/c, fridge, stove and water
included, $750 p/m.

Tel: 324-8054 ©

SPACIOUS 1 BED APT, Main
CowPen Rd, Cable & phone
ready, water included. A/C +
b/bars, $550 per month, 1st
last & £500 security. Ph:
341-2613 s

SPACIOUS |1 “bedroom, 1-bath
apt. Oakesfield, partially fur-
nished, $550 per- month. Call
356-4667 after 4 p.m_ or
434-4627

, 1-bath

SPACIOUS 1-bedroom
out East, Light, water, cable,
$750 p.m, $300 depasit
required.
EXECUTIVE COTTAGE, 4
bedroom, 2 bath, Cable Beach,
$3500 p.m.

“~Ph:425-3003

SPACIOUS 2 bedroom, 1 bath
APT, East St. Water included.
ist and Ist week rent at $170
per week, $500 sec dep. Cell
322-5754, or 364-2228.

SPACIOUS 2-bed, 1-bath apt.
Quiet area, off Fire Trail Road
West, Central AC, 24 hours
alarm service. Water included.
$700/ month, 1st and _ last
month, security deposit $350
Avaialbe April 1. Call after 6p
361-5413. ,

SPACIOUS 2-BEDR, 1-BATH
APT, Carmichael Road, off
Faith Avenue,
a/c,. blinds, stove, fridge and
water, $750/pm, 1st, last plus
security:

Tel: 341-3793/426-0973

SPACIOUS ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT, Seven Hills,
Â¥ $550 per month, cable & water
included. First & last month
plus security $300.
Ph:4253398, 341-6037, -
2 364-121 :



SPACIOUS, -SHOP/OFFICE
SPACE for rent on East St.

Water included.-1st and last
month rent plus security de-
posit $600.

Call 322-5754, or 364- 2228.

ST ANDREWS BCH ESTS
1-bedroom, furnished, all utili-
ties included, $800/month, sec
$450. Ph: 364-7829

STAPLEDON GARDENS: 2
bedroom apt. Includes water,
a/c, stove, fridge, security bars
and blinds, $750 p.m,. security
deposit $300.
Ph: 327-6899
TENT RENTAL
ALL SIZES
Andrs Crest, Yamacraw Beach
Estates
Contact: Nelson Saunders
364-2724,436-0248 .
Tables and chairs are available
7 as well
TRAVELING to
Ft Lauderdale ana.
needa quality place to rest?
a

Quest-Vacantion-Homnes
225-2291
Website:

questvacationhomes.com

TROPICAL GARDENS APT f

2-bed, 1-bath, furn with central
washer/dryer &
$1,100/pm. 327-1102.

alarm.

INTERESTING BARGAINS!



security bars, |

TWO 2-BEDROOM APT, semi-
furnished. Water included..Car-
michael Road. $550 per month,
first, last plus $500 sec dep.

Ph 361-5848, 322-2861 . ext
2743/2162 380-148 Pager.
395-4218, Ms M Rolle.





TWO BEDROOM
APARTMENT in Twynam
Heights. a/c, water included,
stove, fridge, washer & dryer,

875p/m.
Tel: 3610828/535-1253

TWO BEDROOM _APART-
MENT for rent. Blue Hill South.
Call Mr Rolle at 324-4309.

TWO BEDROOM APT, Hanna
Road, refrigerator, stove,blinds,
air condition,$700 per month.
Tel: 477-4422

TWO BEDROOM, — spacious
apt, A/C, and ceiling fans in
rooms. Enclosed yard. Water
included. $750 per month, Hirst.
last, $300 sec. dep. el
364- -0612(hm), 477- 25 ehiceil).

TWO SINGLE ROOMS APT
for rent,1 private bath and one
to share bathroom. Ph:
322-6803

TWO-TWO ( 2 ). BEDROOMS
APT, fridge, stove, air
conditioning and water is
included, living area. Malcolm
Allotment, $700 per month,
plus security
deposit. Please contact
242-429-7627

+» UPPER LEVEL.
Office/Shop space for rent.
Located 7th St, one building off
Robinson Road, bottom space

available March 31st. Ph:
328-1929
VERY NICE 1-bedroom Apt.

Gated’ community, 5 min from
Pl. Good area. $675.
393-2559, 454-1230.

WEST WINDS SUBDIVISION
2-bed, 2-bath includes fridge,
stove, washer, dryer, central
a/c, alarm system. °
$1,400 per. month.
Call 457-3232, 376-3232,
424-9399.

WESTERN AREA, new 3-bed,
2.5-bath condo, spacious floor
plan granite countertops, hard-
wood cabinetry w/bonus utility
room,. Central air, alarm large
outdoor _ patio. Unfurnished
$1800 or furnished, $2,250.00.
Call 424-5780

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, Cox
Way, $700 p/m, 1st & last’ +
$650 security deposit, water in-
cluded.

Ph: 426-3515/361-6084

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH_ secu-
rity bars, stove, fridge, $650 a
month, first and last, $300 se-
curity deposit. Windward Isle
Way, Golden Gates #2. Tel
356-2763, or 535-4721.

New 2 bed,2 bath apt..’
Fridge,stove, central a/c,

$1400 monthly, 1st + last plus
‘ $700
security deposit. Ph: 535-1052







WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010, PAGE 29

2-BED, 1-BATH,-: ceiling fans,
security screens. water _in-
cludéd. Enclosed yard, Tall
Pines e/s Gladstone Road. No
kids/pets. $650/month.
First/last & $500 sec.
Ph:341-1775.







2-BED, 2-BATH, waterfront
- home with boat slip. Very
private and secure. Fully
furnished and equipped. Cable
and internet ready. Spacious
garden, new automatic,standby
generator.$2250/month ($2750
inclusive of utilities, monthly
pest spray and gardening
service) Ph: 393-1760,
Cell 525-9160, 324-1457

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
for rent. Located off Farrington
Road & Lightbourne Ave, $650
per month.

Ph: 432-1601/324-4639

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
semi-furnished, Joe Farrington
Water included. 328-2443,
364-0007, 429-4338 cell.

2-BEDROGOM APT FOR RENT
CALL 324-0012

2-BEDROOM APT, Sandilands
Village, A/C, water. Tel
364-4770/323-5649.

2-BEDROOM APT, townhouse
styled, furnished:
Washer/dryer, central air, cable
and telephone ready; water in-
cluded. Colony Village East,
near bus route, private high
school, shopping plaza. Ideal
share for professionals. Tele-
phone 324-6182, 557-2555.

2-BEDROOM FURNISHED
Apt. Well kept (private). Off Jer-
ome Ave. A/C bedrooms/ ceil-
ing fans, $750/pm, $400 sec
dep. Water. included.
394-0967/436-0997. Serious
calls only, mature persons.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT,
Brand new, quiet area. Mal-
colm Road West. Tel
956-7546, 477-6163.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT,
Nassau Village, for rent, 2-bed,
j1-bath Apt,’ water included.
$675/pm. Pines AC, ‘b/bars.
Phone 397-899

WESTRIDGE:

--Fully furnished, 1-bed, 1-bath,

$875 per month.

--Fully furnished, 2-bed, 2-bath,

$1,200 per month

--Very large townhouse $1,500

per month - :
Phone:327-0176, 341-7457.

2-BEDROOM, fully furnished
cottage with a/c, water and ca-
ble incldued. Located in Seven
Hills Est. $900 per month, first,
last months and $400 deposit
peared Phone 361-7659,
466-6213 :

2-BEDROOMROOM, Sandi-
land Village Road, water in-
cluded. Newly renovated.
oo -2443, 364-0007, 429-4338
ce

APARTMENT FOR RENT
2-bed, 1-bath, brand new, Off
Prince Charles, semi furnished,
a/c. Ph:502-6519, 436-4683



ITINTERESTING BOROAING 2 INTERESTING BOBCME

2 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT,
Hanna Close, off Fire Trail
East, water, A/C ~ included,
$700/pm, 1st/last & $600 s/de-

po
B41- 1542(H), 359-1871(C).

2 BED, 1 BATH APT. SOUTH
BEACH, a/c, ceiling fan,
s-bars,washing machine,

enclosed yard,water included,

$750 per month,sec $500. .
Ph: 361-1835/ 324-1644

2 BED, 1 BATH spacious apt,
b/bars,water & alarm included,
’ .$700 p.m.1st, last + $500.
Cable, phone ready.
Ph: 394-7744

2 BED, 1 BATH triplex apt.
Pineyard Rd of Seabreze Lane.
Includes water,sec.bars,
fridge,stove,central air, seper-
ate washer & dryer, $750 p.m.
Contact 393-8343/393-5218
evenings

2- BEDROOM 2.5 BATH
TOWNHOUSE ~ w/open _ loft,
quiet community, off Mt Ver-
non. Safe, gated . property
w/c/ar, c/fans cable & internet
ready. swimming pool washer,
dryer all apppliance. patio
w/storage area. $2,000 per
month. 455-2109/502-2283

2 BEDROOM APT for rent,



$650 per month, water in-
cluded. Fire Trail Raad. Ph:
364-2736

2 BEDROOM APT, Grantana
Subd, cable and phone ready,
security bars, central air, wash-
ing machine and water in-

cluded. $700/pm, first and last,

plus sec dep. $300.
Phone 456-3358,
362-0222.

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH.
St. Andrews Beach
Estates,$850 monthly. Includes
washer, dryer, fridge,stove,
cental air, ceiling fans, security
screens, alarm monitoring and
water. First tank-of gas free.
Sorry no pets. First,last and

- security deposit required to
move in. Available.March 25th.
Ph: 434-9097 -

535-8001,

2-BED, 1-BATH APT, off Glada--

stone Rd, fridge, stove, duct-
less a/c, burglar bars, water in-
cluded, $700 per month, 1st &
last pilus $500 _ security. Ph:
341-7022, 434-6515

2-BED, 1-BATH APT. Carmi-
chael Road. Water, a/c, ceiling

‘fans, enclosed yard $660. Se-

curity bars.
Ph:393-0482/544-2113

2-BED, 1-BATH APT, Hall’s
Close, off Gladstone Road.
Water, cable, bars included.
$700/pm. pets.
Tel:364 -2703, 556-7617,
431-9730.

2-BED, 1-BATH APT, off Car-
michael. Rd/Golden Isles, cen-

tral air, fridge, stove, micro-
wave, washer/dryer, burglar
screens, tiling ceiling . fans,

blinds, cooking gas, & water
incl. Cabie & telephon2 ready.
$800/month, first/last, $600
sec. ~ Contact 341-7305,
429-8023.

|) chael











1-BED' APARTME near
SAC, furnished, utilities in-
cluded, 2 persons max, $650
p/m, $500 security.
Tel:565-3753



APARTMENT
Jubilee Gardens, water, light &

1-BEDROOM

cable inclduded, $165/weekly
or $675/monthly plus $300 sec.
deposit.

Tel 361-4723, 341-6289.

1-BEDROOM APT, Blue Hill
South, remote access, fridge,
stove, microwave, sec bars, air
conditioned,- gas °& water in-
cluded, enclosed yard. First &
last plus security deposit. $600
per month. Contact 341-2231.

1-BEDROOM APT, Fridge,
stove, a/c, water, -cable, _ Inter-
net included, *$600/month. 1st,
last +security $500 off Carmi-
Road. Tel: 468-4889,
434-7960, 361-8528

1-BEDROOM APT, fully fur-
nished, A/C, water, no pets/no
kids, $490 p/pm. Soldier Road.”
Tel 357-8106.

1-BEDROOM APT, fully fur-
nished, light, water, cable and
a/c, $700 per month, $400
security. Ph: 393-6295

1-BEDROOM APT, furnished,
A/C, bars in quiet area. Light,
water & cable incl $175/pw.
361-5658/525-8682. 2

1-BEDROOM APT, semi-fur-
nished, fridge and stove, A/C,
water included, security bars
enclosed-yard. Cockburn St,
off Bernard Road, $550.
Tel 323-0029/431-2810

1-BEDROOM APT, unfur-
nished, large bedroom, with
ceiling fan, a/c, light and water’
included, $675 per month. Re-
quirement, $400 security and
first and last month rent. Clavin





.Street, off Soldier Road North -

Ph: 465-9021

1-BEDROOM, 1 -BATH APT
Eastern area. Fully .furnished,
light, water included. $630.00
per month. Phone 544-5978,
636-2413, 324-2792.



1-BEDROOM unfurnished Apt.
Water, light, and cable in-
cluded. Tel 361-8770, or
361-8707, 10am-6pm, . $170
weekly. Two weeks rent re-
quire & security deposit of
$375. Serious inquiries only.

1-BEDROOM APT, — unfur-
nished, water included, security
bars, South Beach area, $550
per-‘month.

Call 324- 8596/341-2228

2 1-BEDROOM APT security
bars, stove, fridge, AC, water
included. $550/month.
Gamble Heights.
558-1246, 341-3875.



WANTS TO SHARE HOUSE
off Eastern ‘Road with mature

Christian lady. All utilities in-

cluded. 544-9678/364-1637.
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HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED |

THE TRIBUNE





ROOMATE SEEKING to rent a
furnished room.
Ph: 326-6705)(H), 426-3558(C)

WANTS TO SHARE a two
bedroom apartment at Church

Hill subdivision, off Soldier
Road. Light, cable, $550 to
move in. Call 393-7406,

429-2370 anytime after 6pm.



SALES PERSONS NEEDED!!!

Growing Refail Company
seeks ambitious, outgoing indi-
viduals with pleasant attitude,
good work ethics and excellent
customer service skills to work
as Customer Service Repre-
sentatives. Applicant. must be
between 18-35 years of age.
Individual ‘must be a = high
school graduate with a good
command of the English Lan-
guage, working knowledge of
the Point of Sale System. Must
be conversant with consumer
electronics, customer friendly
and positively aggressive. Must
possess a current driver’s li-
cense, clean police record and
health certificate. Qualified per-
sons may send resume with
cover letter to jobs @ amnbaha-
mas.org, or send via fax to
394-6211; The Administrator.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

Well Established, High End,
Day Spa and Salon looking
for Receptionist/ Floor
Manager.

CANDIDATES MUST BE:
Highly trained, experienced and
easily adaptable to modern
computer programs and
software

Easy to train and eager to learn
Very good at multi tasking

Able to exhibit and execute the
highest level of quality
customer service at all times.
Work with little/no supervision

Please email your resume to:
windermeredayspa @ gmail.com
or call (242) 557-3007

SALES PERSONS NEEDED
URGENTLY
. Must have experience in Sales
will get paid $300 for selling the
items. Must have transportation
to get around. Must be serious
‘about working. Phone
426-3604, 433-2139 urgently.

SEAMSTRESS/SCREEN
PRINTER needed. for -T-shirt
company. 356-7085/676-2733.

WAITRESSES, BAR
TENDERS NEEDED for new
establishment. Contact Lyden
at 445-0684 or 535-2351

WANTED
Young ladies for dancing.
Ph: 448-3454 Leave Message

LIVE-IN MAID NEEDED ~
CALL 676-2752

AVON
Buy , sell or sign up .
: 361-5556

kempcorp @ hotmail.com

A
MAJOR HOTEL
Has a vacancy
For
EXECUTIVE CHEF
The ideal candidate must have:

o Computer literacy with thor-
ough knowledge’ of Microsoft
programs

o A minimum of five years ex-
perience in the hotel industry
in a similar position

° Have experience in
planning/preparing interna-
tional and local cuisine

o Be proficient in the creation
and planning of menus

o Have excellent administrative
and creative skills

o Highly developed problem
solving, social and analytical
skills

o Diploma or degree’ in Culi-
nary Arts

o Excellent oral and written
communications skills

o Be able to train, coach and
motivate staff

© Be familiar with cost control
practices

o Ability to speak a foreign lan-
guage would be an asset

The candidate's responsibilities
will include:

oManagement of all Kitchens,
Banqueting & Sanitation De-
partment in relation to Food
Preparation and Presentation.

o Training and development of
all Kitchen personnel

oAdherence to company poli-
cies and procedures

oBudgets for all Kitchens and
Banqueting

oMaintenance of Food quality
standards at all food outlets

oClean, sanitary and safe envi-
ronment in all food areas

Interested candidates should
send resumes to:

C10132, c/o The Tribune, PO
~ Box N3207, Nassau

(All applications must be sub-
mitted by March 12, 2010)
Please .note that only short
listed candidates will be con-

tacted.

HELP WANTED
Responsible ,reliable and
mature adult 23 or older
needed for Asst.
Manager/Storekeeper position.
Call 356-8383/525-2254

ALBURY'S PROPERTY

MANAGEMENT
LOOKING FOR FIVE MAIN-
TENANCE MEN SHARED
HOUSING ON SITE.
FOR_ INFORMA TION CON-
TACT 242-359-6885

HOUSEKEEPER needed _ to
look after young baby and
clean house, must speak Toda-
log. Tel 326-2978.

Ph:

LIVE-' one _MAID needed.

341-43,

JOURNALISM INTERNS
WANTED

A new_ independent onine
newspaper is accepting appli-
cants fram college students in-
terested in non-paid 18 month
journalism intership.
E-mail resumes to:
bahamasindependent @ gmail.

com



CUSTOMER SERVICE
RECEPTIONIST/CLERICAL
SUPPORT.

Qualified candidates MUST
possess the following skills and
experience: -

Self-motivated, professional,
strong work ethic with excellent
oral and written business com-
munication skills, High priority
to maintain confidentiality.

Ability to multitask, prior cus-
tomer service experience an
advantage. (QuickBooks expe-
rience a plus) Must be able to
work on Saturdays.
Fax resume to:
322-7786 or mail to
SP-60296

Manager
Box

WANTED
Handyman/Gardner:
references, bank references,
resume, Police Certificate,
Driver License required. Please
send to: Gardener/Handyman,
P.O. Box N-7117, Nassau, Ba-
hamas

Character

WAITRESS NEEDED
for restuarant & bar.
Ph: 425-2695/394-064

DATA CONVERSION AND
MANAGEMENT COMPANY

has immediate openings for;
Data Entry ard Conversion
Personnel.

Candidates should be _ profi-

cient in the use of computers
and the following software.:
Microsoft Excel and Access
Adobe Photoshop and Acrobat
Omnipage pro

Please forward resume-to:
Human Resources Manager
therealdatagroup @ yahoo.com
or PO Box CB129457, Nassau,
Bahamas.

EXPERIENCED ADMINISTRA-
TIVE ASSISTANT for small of-
fice. Must have MS _ Office,
Power Point, Excel, People’s
Person and energetic. Age 25
years and older. Send resume
and passport photo to:
excitedtowork @ gmail.com

AVON
want to make extra $$. Be an
Avon Rep today or a helper.
Serious person call 326-7183
hm. Leave message or
376-1208 Cell.
Email rosedee42 @ hotmail.com

GARDENER/HANDYMAN

WANTED: Resume, character
references, bank references,
Polic Certificate, driver's _ li-
cense required. Please send to
Gardner/Handyman, P.O. Box
N-7117, Nassau, Bahamas

PRESCHOOL TEACHER
NEEDED

MUST HAVE!! Bachelor's De-
gree in Education or Associ-
ate’s, or Auxillary Certificate, or
Preschool Auxillary Health Cer-
tificate
AlsoHealth Certificate’ &
sume ($400/pw)
Teachers Aid. MUST HAVE!!
Infant and Toddler Certificate,
2 years experience. ($275/pw)
Ph:394-6346 for interview, or
email
teachermsmith @ hotmail.com

re-



ALL

- MECHANIC WANTED

A well established group of
companies requires an experi-
enced mechanic with the ability
to work with a wide range of

vehicles, i.e. diesel trucks,
cars,. forklifts, etc. The right
candidate -will manage the

small workshop ensuring all ac-
tivities are carried out on time
and at an exceptional standard:
The successful applicant must
have at least five years of ex-
perience as an auto mechanic;
proven ability in vehicle repairs
and fault diagnostics. Must be
a Bahamian with a clean Police
Record.

Send resume to
322-3937

fax no.:

NAIL TEC NEEDED with clien-
tele. $80 per week.
535-7026/356-2311. :

YAMAHA, MERCURY,
EVINRUDE
New & Used Parts

Boats, trailers, anything marine
related. Sales & service, lowest
prices in the country}!
New & Used just call Eugene’s

Marine, 436-5065/544-6187

PROFESSIONAL
ELECTRONICS
INSTALLATIONS
over 22 years of experience
Surveillance/CCTV Cameras
Audio/Visual & Surround
Sound Systems.
Satellite Systems
Flat screen LCD TV mounting
Computers .- Repairs &
Networking
CAT 5 & Reg cabling
Give us a call anytime,

, 359-0215.



OFFICE ASSISTANT
NEEDED!!!!
Growing Retail Company
seeks ambitious and intelligent
young lady with pleasant atti-
tude, and excellent customer
service skills to work as data

entry clerk/filing assistant in. the:

office. Applicant must be
betwwen18-25 years of age
Individual must be a_ high

school graduate with a good
command of the English Lan-
guage, computer literate and
proficient in Microsoft Office
(Word& Excel), Quick Books
and the Point of Sale System.
Must possess a current driver’s
license, clean police record
and health certificate. Quali-
fied persons may send resume
with cover lettef? to jobs @amn-
bahamas.org, or send via fax
to394-6211; attention The Ad-
ministrator. NO PHONE
CALLS PLEASE

LIVE-IN MAID needed good
with * children Contact
376-3340.

ONE LIVE-IN MAID to care for
4 children. phone 558-5505.

PART TIME MAID for light
house cleaning 3 days of week,
5 hrs per day. 4100 p.w,must
love animals and comfortable

with 17 cats.Call. :
'341- 0460,359-0339,465-0291

PART-TIME or FULL-TIME
Massage Therapist/Aestheti-
ciam required. Send resume
and passport photo to:
excitedtowork @ gmail.com

SALES LADY NEEDED for
clothing store. Ph: 394-7064,
425-2695



RESHAPE YOUR BODY
Turbo Jam, Slim in 6, Power
90, Ab Ripper,10 Minute

Trainer.
Ph: 341-2376/557-8665 _
BRAIDS

AFRO KINKY, ROPE TWIST,
SIHINGLES, CORNROWS.

Jes By DAWN

ARE WELCOMED.
CHEAPEST PRICES.
552-1656/552-1653.

LOOSE WEIGHT and increase
your income.
Delicious smoothie. Children
love it. Phone Fanny 364-0404

SILK BEAUTY SALON

TELEPHONE
323-8175 525-9052 448-7454
Price List
Quick Weave......... $28, $30.00
(28, 27 pieces)
Bonding ........c...5ee0e $30
Weaving --$45.000 up
Treatment & Perm.. a 0
Treatment.. $2






Rinse & Style é

Wash & Style :

Cull ..s.secece $10.00 up
Up-do’s $15.00 up
Set... $18.00 up
Wraps ..... $25.00 up
Cut & Style $22.00
NAILS! Wnair weaving,

pedicures, eyebrow threading,
professional service, flexible
appointments. Located on
Eastern End of Island. Na-
tasha. 544-6187/436-5065.

PROFESSIONAL
SEE & Behe
TEL 356-6358, 356-6358.

NEED COOKING GAS, Gro-
ceries, .etc. Borrow $100 to
$250 pay back in one (1) week.
Ph: 322-4655, 544-8251,
326-0883 i

MoneyFinders07 @ hotmail.com



NEED YOU
HAIR WEAVE, or BRAIDED?
Call Tina, 467-2730
~ Low, low prices!
God bless you!

LACE WEAVES, colors

Caps, natural styles

Pin ups

Relaxers

Treatments

You name it, we can do it! °

} Tel: 328-8564, 466-4726 ask
| for Shan.



HAVING PROBLEMS with
your Computer?
Can’t get online?

Virus problems, software
installation & hardware.
Computer keep frozen up?
Don’t worry we'll fix it all as low

as $40
Tel:242-454-8173 ask for Cliff.

KORA’S SIGNATURE
STYLES
Special on Natural and Perm
Hair. Call 565-0473 for appoint-
ment.



TO ALL MY CLIENTS.
| have relocated to
Nails ‘N Motion, East St.. South
Call today for specials for the
month of March.
Shampoo Treatment and
irassbwbea cbivadecesosees Weave $65
2B POS i. deaivessiscesavecinats $45

Tel: 328-8480, or 456-: 4302

NEED YOUR Home, Office
cleaned?

Hire a Maid For a Day.
We _ offer
services.
Contact Ms Alexander today to
book appointment, 434-1765

professional timely

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 %



NAIL SPECIAL
Acrylic Tips, full set ....... $16.00
Mani & Pedi only . .. $24.
Tammy Taylor ..
French Nails .



| Sexy ToS... B

Complete Airbrush Nail. $35. oo
Complimentary wine to all
For more interesting specials.
Phone 392-3944.

FOR ALL YOUR MORTGAGE,
PERSONAL, |. CONSUMER,
AUTO OR VACATION LOANS.
Call- 322-8856, 326-0883,
322-4655, or 544-8251. No
banks involved, private lending.

MoneyFinders07 @ hotmail.com
THE TRIBUNE

COMPUTER REPAIR

Free pick & check. OS, Anti-vi-
rus, MS _ Office _ installation.
Data Recovery labour is $45
per hours. Networking. _Done
also. -364-1965/359-0215 ask
for Lawrence.

. DO YOU OWN A PIECE OF
VACANT LAND AND NEED A
QUICK LOAN.

Call 326-0883,. 322-4655 or
544-8251, 322-8856.
MoneyFinders07 @ hotmail.com





DO YOU THINK he/she is

cheating? And you need
evidence to prove it.
Call 677-4887/ 423-1950 and
we will get it done

ELECTRICIAN SERVICES
House wiring, lights, fans,
receptacles and
24-hrs service calls.
Call me for a FREE quote,
465-8373.

EVER DREAMED OF
OWNING YOUR OWN HOME?
Well dream no more, at Money
Finders, we make: all dreams
come true. Call now! We have
the right mortgage for you.

Ph: 322-8856, - 326-0883,
322-4655 or 544-8251
Money :

- Finders07 @ hotmail.com



HAIR BRAIDING,
Shingling, Cornrow, Twisting;
Locks, weave-in, micro shin-
gles, lock extension, $10-100.

Call 393-8201/468-8394

FIRST CLASS
General Maintenance
Electrical, Plumbing, Paint-
ing, Tiling, Telephone Wiring,

Drywall, Masonry.

Call today for a FREE quote.

Tel:465-8373











x

24 HR CRANE & TRUCKING
SERVICES

CALL 544-0481

BIZNET TECH.
REPAIR & SERVICES MOST
Copiers, Printers, Faxes,
Scanners and Shredders
May we offer your services

3 contract taday?
Computer or MAC problem?
We will back up your
information, clean out the
problems and reload your
operating program
Mostly on Xerox machines
Contact:
Cleveland L SAunders B.S.c

Telephone :
242-328-3743, 242-357-4809
Contact: Barry V Pinder
Tel: 242-424-1536
‘Email: CAVNOT @ gmail.com

TIRED OF LVING FROM

PAY CHECK To PAY CHECK?
Then let us put all of your loans
together and make one (1)
easy payment.

MoneyFinders07 @hotmail. com

CAREFREE
CARPET CLEANING

eDIRTY FUNITURE?
e-DIRTY CAR SEATS?

eDIRTY CARPET?
(Like New)



“If we can’t clean it throw it
away”. Fast drying.

Closed:Saturday

Tel:(242)325-5108
Tel/Fax: x(242)362-1 444



HONEST RELIABLE YOUNG
lady seek job. as Housekeeper,
baby sitter or days work. Tel

395-0426, interesting persons
only. -

LADY seeking days/nigh
baby-sitting & weekly work.
rious. inquiries please call
341-2970

LADY seekin
siting, housekeeping, or eld-
erly. (C)556-5643, 429- 5392.

LADY seeks days work or

weekly. .Phone 322-2084 or
433-9451

live-in job. Baby-

LADY .seeks job,



FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY
Turnkey Cafe Restaurant,
equipped and ready to take
over. Invest $10,000.

Cell 427-1314, 427-7206



SAEBER
HAIR STYLIST
NAIL TECH
MASSAGE THERAPIST
TEL: 362-2284.



BGCSE PREP

-Math

-Accounts

-Economics

-Enterpenership

-English

-Business Management

-Biology

-Physics and Chemistry

13-week.course beginning

Feb 2, 2010

Fe istration begins Jan 19th
eleos Campus.

Highland Park
‘Tues&Thursday, 2 30-7

Saturday, 10-12
Tel:325-5060

BGCSE PREP
13-WEEK COURSE
BEGIN FEB 2, 2010

TUES +THURS, 6P.M
AT TELEOS CAMPUS
HIGHLAND PARK
~ TEL:325-5060

LEARN TO FLY

Private Pilots Course
Instrument & Commercial

Theory
535-2484 359-0904
Sta attlh
flightshopbahamas @ hotmail.
oxeyna)




live-in job to
care for the elderly. Saturday
job. Tel 454-7770.






‘WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 2010, PAGE 31

BJC PREP
-MATH

-ENGLISH

-GENERAL SCIENCE
-HEALTH SCIENCE
11-Week course begins
Feb 16, 2010 (Tues &Thur)
Registration: Tues, Thur 5:30-7
Sat 10-12 at Teleos Campus
Highland Park. Tel:325-5060








HDD 17” Monitor $499.99
Satellite. Dishes 18”
$40.00 es
Dish 500 w/2 LNBs $100

Dish 1000 2/LNBs $200

Dual Freed LNBs $20.00 each.
Tel 364-1965/359-0215.

IF YOU NEED
portable electric but without
the noise or pollution of a
Generator then you need
the Xpower 1500.

This cuting edge system
powers just about any
household appliance quietly
For more info Call
535-7119, or 394-1393



ITEMS FOR SALE
Mahogany bedroom suite with
queen Pillow’ oe mattress

Carmel bation Couch & Love
Seat $600
42'LG Ret Screen cM $800
1 Tv $15)

2 DVD elavore $40 each
Brand new microwave - still in
box $75
Treadmill $250
Professional AB Cluncher $125
Call:449-8709




JUST LIKE NEW, black & sil-
& down apt sz

ver 2-door u

fridge. $400. Tel 392-4171.

Linksys Wireless Ultra Range

N-Router $80
Magicjacks $70

2G Sandisk Micro SD Memory

Card w/Adapter $25
32

GB Sandisk Flash Drive

XBox 360 "Modified" w/2 con-

trollers & ga mes $450
LG Neon Cell Phone:-$220

(Includes AT&T US. $50 air

time)
LG Neon Protective Case $20

| Acer Laptop 3gb/160gb w/ ac-

cessory $577 ) O.N.O
Ph: 324-7697 or 357-7272/3

Computer complete 1.8 GHZ
Processor, 1 GB: Ram 160 GB

w/LNB





2-TON. DUCTLESS
UNIT $1,400.00 ; :
2 DOOR BEVERAGE COOL-
ER_ $1,800.00

COIN OPERATED POOL TA-
BLE $2,500.00

TABLES $50.00

CHAIRS $75.00

CASHIER COMPUTER W/
BARCODE GUN & DRAWER
$2,000.00

32”. FLAT
$700.00...

ALARM SYSTEM W/ 4 CAM-
ERAS AND DVR _ $2,200.00
ITEMS ARE NEW.
INTERESTED PERSONS,
PLEASE CALL 394 1261

SCREEN TV



STOVE w/hood, wht/blk, $250
APT SIZE AVANTI FRIDGE,
white, $350 =
DBLE BED w/frame, $175
Coffee table w/2 end tables
(natural) $100

Telephone 341-0909





BEAUTIFUL PROM GOWNS



or Sale
Secure your gown today ata
good price, size 4 to size 16
They are selling fast.
Packages avaiable
Phone 326-4988, or 434-5397.

Bowflex TC5000, barely used
$2,000.00, make offer. z
Call 357-4277

FOR SALE
2-pc leather frontroom set $650
Stainless steel Dishwasher,
brand new $500
Stainless Steel, stove,
modern, electric $900
Micro -fiber sectional,

900

Wite Stove, electric $450

All items in great condition and
is less than a year old.

Ph: 425-0344

FOR SALE
8" Blocks $1.49"
4" Blocks $1.35
Cespitt $650 .
Tel: 328-8754

HEAVY DUTY NAIL TABLES
For Sale $299.99
Call 323-0664, or 466-! 5378.

FOR SALE
Brand new 7" Asus Laptop with
windows 7 and 8.5 hrs, battery
life $400. Call 454-2324

: FOR SALE
Two (2) showcases fot sale
$250 each

very
brown



APT SIZE 4-BURNER GAS






‘games,



MARCH MADNESS SALE
MARCH 8-31.- -

BUY 5 S-3X TOPS FOR $75.

2 Tops 1 JEANS FOR $50.

Dresses $22, etc. ‘

Perfect apparel on: Royal Road.
opposite Twin Brothers.

Call 328-1801.

ROLLED GOLD
Starting at $10.00 gifts for Val-
entine and occasions
24” men pendants, ring, etc.

18” women pendants, brace-
lets, etc

Call The | Ting-um
328-3970, Madeira St,
dale, Wong's Plaza

SALE!
Livingroom Set $650 as is.
Entertainment Stand
Gym Equipment
392-5364. For photos:
pahamasbarealnnunters
gmail.com

SHOP EQUIP SALE

Shelf set $300 ee
Clothes stand $75



Store,
Palm-

Clothes Hooks, sm‘ hooks
$12’x16’

Cashier counter $350, sm ref
cooler $350

Ph 324-7528/544-7664

STORE. FIXTURES
FOR SALE

4-way clothing racks
Water fall clothing racks
47” long Sale Rack 5
Swirl rack
Display mannequin forms :
300 + heavy duty plastic hang-
ers
Large carpet .
3 accordion shutters.
All brand new

Tel: 356-2878, or 558-8582 .

Xbox 360 GAMES, PS2 & PS3
PSP games, dishes,.
total gym XLS, new televisions,
new computers, new iphone
clone’ w/wii,.-TV &FM_ radio,
sofa, etc.



Call 328-1801/525-5017.





Y.S.G. MOTORS
opp Mucka Muicks is having
50% on. used Japanese parts
and 25% Discount on cars.
For:two weeks only.
Catch the deals!



‘Phone 328-7504, 535-5481,
535-9737

: FOR SALE

All laptops, customized lap-

tops, .XM_ satellite radios, wifi
long range antennas
& so much more.

Guaranteed lowest pricés

if you find any of our: items
cheaper anywhere else, we'll
lower. our price.

new 4 burner gas stove top,

$370 Bath, Body and beau

‘| LADY w/ex erence ermanent
Fi P products for sale,great prices.



residence & own trans. seekin
: job weekly/days or after ours = 8x10 area rug, like now new, $150 Call 356-6909/525-2254 for | Tele 328-8564/636-7536
HAIR CLASSES | emycsiniss, “Pnéve 26s'e60% | SPECIAL READING Shas mee
-sitting. 565- 2
- Begin March 29th to May. 12th. Ange: oe LAP BES Seok CLASSES FOR SALE HOTEL RENOVATING

Afternoon and Evening
Specializing in. helping with-
home. work assignments.
Reading and English, assisting
with home work, preparing
‘studies to pass examins suc-
cessfully

MpBIS |-Phone 3g, 8 GB, Lara
mart aerene $249 NE
h: 454-9337

FOR SALE
Attractive.Hurricane Shutters
oul to order, Double: windows

Living room set for sale,.
2- piece a sectional sofa and a
sofa bed. Good sturdy furni-
ture, 40 sets.

Total @ $300.00 each
Tel: 363-2523, Mr Knowles

Spaces are limited
and Kit is included.
Ph: 322-7650, 322-2801,

565-81 90





MATURE CHRISTIAN LADY
seek days work: or weekly job.
Please ask for Charmaine
1-242-442-0094, 325-2768

GRAND
BAHAMA



CLASSIFIED




COME CATCH YOUR





3 weeks special in: beth Tange ae eer chal Beara ee ee
_ Jamaican Rope Twist & MATURE LADY seeking job to | Two locations: Meeting Street | $19 LOVELY SECTIONAL living
shingles starting at $70 do housework, to wash, cook, | and South Beach. Singles $100.00 . room. poet with silk cushions,

clean on iron. Call 432-5431 Excellent Proven Results! Ph: 636-2193 $1,3



Telephone:429-6120

: 3 Instructor Rev Charles T Bunk Bod $350
FOR ALL YOUR Carpentry | MATURE LADY seeks live-out | moxey JUST LIKE NEW, 20” white | Desk top computer $750 FREEPORT
needs at a_reasonable ‘rate. | job to take care of the elderly Telephone contact 392-5803 | stove, For sale. | All items are in excellent condi- | 18-Plex For Sale, $550.000

apt SZ.
Phone 361-3765. or 448-7808. $325.00. Tel 392-4171. tion. Call 424-7096 anytime:

or babies. Phone 436-1823. 1(242) 727-4920
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! Love Beach: 6,000 sa. oft rmultt-faratiy lots.
i $225,000 ea. NSO7048

| Yamacraw Hill Rd: 6,253 sq. ft. residential lot,
j $99,000. Ref. NSO7059

South Westridge: Enjoy lake and sea views from
this 35,719 sq. ft. homesite. $350,000. NSO7040

Lake Cunningham: 12,000 sq. ft. lake front lot in a
“gated community. $370,000. Ref. NSO7041

West Bay St.: 16,919 sq. ft. residential hilltop lot has
- amazing ocean views. $395,000. NSO6961

Westwinds: 6,000 sq. ft. duplex lot in a gated de-
velopment. $145,000. NSO7044

Charlotteville: |n a gated community, this homesite
has 13,378 sq. ft.. $255,000. NSO6912 j

Palm Cay, Yamacraw: Residential lots in a new,
gated oceanfront community. $228,000. NSO6790
|: Sandyport: Single and multi-family lots. in this .
gated, canalfront community. From $200,000 - =

Charlotteville: 13,378 sq. ‘ft. lot in a gated commu
ity. $255,000. NSO6912 :

g Carmichael Road: Single and multi-amiy:o lots: of. e
approximately 8,300 sq. ft. $96,000 each. NSO6861. ‘5
& NSO6862

Westridge: “17,914 sq. ft. multi-family hilltop lot

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Totally renovated and fully equipped, private beachfront home on nearly an
acre with a 3 bedroom open plan main residence, 1 bedroom guest house, and
a3 car garage. ; $995,000. Ref. NSO6895



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| with water views. $299,000. Ref. NSO6753
a ae Pine Hill Road: 26,978 sq. ft. homesite just off East-
EASTERN ROAD. i ern Road. $295,000. Ref. NSO6872 = ;
These two sea view, end-unit townhouses across from the pean have 3 bed- & Ocean Club Estates: 0.69 acre golf course homesite
rooms and 3 baths each. : $399,000. Ref. NS06542 within an exclusive ConmUay: $2,675,000. 4661
$410,000. Ref. NSO6630 ‘ 2



a BAYROC.

ead Executive, 3 bdrm/ =
3.5 bath gated
beach condo. ;

CABLE BEACH.
- Beautiful 2 bdrm/
1.5 bath townhouse =
is turn-key.
$2,500/month
NRO1503



MONTAGUE HEIGHTS — igs CABLE BEACH :
Priced to sell quicky, this fixer upper, 3 bedroam house with 2 apartments, is an Enjoy views of the pool and sea from this ground floor condo set in a gated,
excellent investment or family home. Completed by central air in each unit, pool, beachfront community. This well decorated, 2 bedroom, 2 bath unit is fur-

* CABLE BEACH
storage units, and large parking area. $439,000. Ref.NS06724 = nished and ready for you to move on in. _ $329,000. Ref. NS06528 :

Renovated. and fur-

nished 1 bdrm/i

bath condo.

~ $1,200/month
NRO1499

SEAPOINTE ;
Stylish 3-storey
townhouse has 4
bdrms/3.5 baths.

DELAPORTE POINT
Gated, ocean view,
3 bdrm/ 2. bath
townhouse. -

$4,000/mo



BAHAMA CAY,; ABACO- NICHOLLS TOWN, ANDROS
Luxury 1 and 3 bedroom, turn-key private island residences just a 30 minute Turn-key, 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath residence is ideal as a family home or
boat ride from the mainland of Little Abaco. Amenities include a pool, beach, Bed&Breakfast. Recently renovated, this charming getaway is just minutes
restaurant/bar, and marina. ~ From $279,900. Ref. AS11336 - to the beach. $250,000. Ref. DS10579