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Three in custody after
Jamaican man shot dead

TWO American men and
a Cuban-American man are
being held by police for ques-
tioning in the shooting’ dear
ofa Jamaican man on Bimini
early yesterday morning.

According. to reports,
around 2.30 am Wednesday
morning, police were notified
that a man had been shot in
Bailey Town. When officers
arrived at the scene, they
found a man with dreadlocks,
believed to be a Jamaican,
suffering from. gunshot
wounds to his back. The man,
who has not been officially

identified but is said to 24-"

years-old, was taken to the
local clinic where he subse-
quently died from his injuries.

~~Police say that they are ques-
tioning three men, ages 27, 39
and 43.

“The guy wasn’t really from
here. There hasn’t been real-
ly any major reaction over the
incident,” one Bailey Town

resident told The Tribune yes-'

terday. According to the res-
ident who chose to remain
anonymous, the victim had
allegedly attempted to rob
' some visitors. He noted that

SEE page 11

To Russell released without
charge in missing man case

By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter -
pturnquest@tribuhemedia.net -



HAVING been held in police custody for 96 hours in con-’_

nection with the disappearance of German multi-millionaire,
Johannes:Maximillian Harsch, Cat Islander Ezra Russell was
yesterday released by police without charges.

Maintaining his innocence in the entire affair, Mr Russell
claimed that he was the victim of a “wicked” conspiracy, and
said he found it strange that he would be arrested and held for
so long.

In an interview with The Tribune moments after beins,

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LADY Edith Turnquest,
| the wife of former Governor |
General Sir Orville Turnquest,
died in a London hospital yes- F
terday. .

Lady Turnquest, 80, who
suffered a serious stroke on
Saturday morning while.vaca- -
tioning in London with her
husband and eldest grandson,
underwent neurosurgery and remained in a
coma until her death at 6.50pm (London

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Brenton Smith
relatives set to

start legal action

By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net

FAMILY’S CTV CHa

RELATIVES of Brenton
Smith are ready to start legal
action against the government as
employer of the police officer
who shot the teenager dead.

Parents of the teenager shot by
Fox Hill police officer Detective
Corporal Kelsie Munroe on July
11 last year and his grandmother,
Shirley Smith, plan to file a writ
of summons seeking civil dam-
ages tomorrow.

Lawyer Damian Gomez rep-
resenting the family said they
believe evidence presented in the
coroner’s inquest into the teen’s
sudden death also justifies legal
proceedings.

And the Smith’s legal counsel
| is seeking a transcript of Coro-

SEE page 12

Govt unable to
commit to potable

water expansion

By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net .

; VIOLA CAREY (green shirt),

1 mother of stabbed Atlantis

} employee George Carey (in
picture frame), raises her.
hand to her head yesterday.
Grieving relatives of Mr

| Carey spoke yesterday about

THE government is unable to
commit to when it will be in a
position to extend a quality
potable water supply to areas of
The Bahamas where water is cur-
rently “inadequate” as. its
finances are “challenged,” the
Prime Minister said.

Prime Minister Hubert Ingra-
ham told parliament that the
' “demand for water and water
infrastructure is great” through-
out the country and while the
government has “spent a consid- °
erable sum of money in seeking
to improve and increase the sup-
ply of potable water to Bahami-
ans” a further expansion of this
service will likely have to wait.

He was responding to a ques-
tion from South Eleuthera MP
Oswald Ingraham, who asked
him during Opposition question

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ASSISTANT Commissioner of Police Hulan | By ALISON LOWE
Hanna said the death of Dan Tuckfield Sr was_| Tribune Staff Reporter
never reported to the media because he died of |}. alowe@tribunemedia.net
“natural causes.” : i ;

Police received reports of Mr Tuckfield’s
death sometime after 10am on May 2. Offi-
cers found the body ofa Caucasian man on
the pool deck, lying near a Jacuzzi pool ona





PRIME Minister Hubert Ingraham yes-
terday candidly described the Bahamian
economy as a “sick patient” in need of
medicine, as he admitted that the govern- |
ment’s finances were “stretched” to the

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AN acrobatic. per-
former delighted the
school children attend-
ing the Casual Cal
Bumping Big Show Cir-
cus yesterday morning.
The six-day circus event
was officially launched
at the Kendal G L Isaacs
Gymnasium. The
remainder of the shows

' until Sunday will have
matinees and evening
performances at 10am
and 8pm respectively.

A pain defying d

Grief-stricken relatives of George Carey speak of tragedy

By AVA TURNQUEST
aturnquest@gmail.com

GRIEVING relatives of
stabbed Atlantis employee
George Carey have spoken out
about how his death last week
Tuesday continues to haunt
them.

Dressed in memorial shirts,
some relatives struggled to
maintain their composure as
they recounted memories'of the
man who was laid to rest the
day before Mother’s Day.

Their only solace is the pact

’ they have with each other, a

promise to always say “I love
you” before they part each day.

His, mother, Viola Carey
said: “The last thing I said to
him was ‘I love you’. I called
him back to the door and I held

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him.”

Ms Carey said that every day’
she finds herself searching for _

her son’s face in a crowd or lis-
tening out for his voice.

“The house feels empty,” she
added. “I keep thinking he’s
going to come to the window
and say ‘mommy open the
door’.

Hurts

“Tt hurts, it really hurts. I
can’t describe it. It’s like a pain
only you can feel.”

His sister added: “Every day
I’m still searching for his face.
Looking at every bright boy as
if its him.”

The R M Bailey Senior High
School graduate and Atlantis
employee was the fourth of six
children and his mother’s eldest
son.

A family member said: “He
was everyone’s big brother. He
never said no, especially if he
knew you needed something
more than him. He would give
you his last. You couldn’t help
but gravitate towards him.”

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Mr Carey was described as
an honest and hard-working
employee, often going above
and beyond his job description ©
to earn extra money as a life-
guard, a bellman, or valet park-
ing attendant. Mr Carey lay ina
coma for three days at Princess
Margaret Hospital after the
stabbing incident in the Wulff
Road area on April 24.

His mother said: “To see him
when I went to the hospital, to
see his lifeless body... He could-
n’t say a thing to us, but we got
signals that let us know that he
was aware of what was going
on. Tear drops from his eyes or
his heart rate would go up so
we knew that he was aware but
he just couldn’t respond.”

Another family member said:
“We miss and love Georgie
dearly and no amount of tears
can bring him back.”

Police Constable Kenneth
Gibson, 29, of Sandilands, Vil-
lage Road has been charged in
connection Mr Carey’s death.
He was arraigned before Chief
Magistrate Roger Gomez in
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NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter
nnicolls@tribunemedia.net

CENTRAL Detective Unit
officers raided the office of
an unlicensed business pur-
porting to offer financial ser-
vices and took three employ-
ees in for questioning.

The Securities Commission
of the Bahamas issued a state-
ment advising the public that
the business ‘Lamont Pays the
Bills’ is not licensed to con-
duct money lending services.

The company had been
advertising the issuance of no
interest personal loans rang-
ing between $1,000 and
$5,000.

“The management of Lam-
ont Pays the Bills have been
instructed to cease and desist
all of its business operations,
including the accepting and
processing of new applications
with immediate effect. Fur-
ther, the commission has
ordered the deposits of all
pending applications be
returned to the relevant appli-
cants without delay,” the
statement said.

The Securities Commission
is the regulating body for all
money lending facilities and
activities under the Financial
and Corporate Service
Providers Act (FCSPA), 2000.

According to the FCSPA,

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loan scheme offering up to $5,000 this week.

money lending without a
licence is a criminal offence.

The police raid was con-
ducied at the business’ third
office location in less than a
week.

Vacated

It vacated its Palmdale
office on the weekend, and
left its Carib Street office
Wednesday after falling out
with the landlord.

After a late night move to
an office on Cordeaux
Avenue, it was back in busi-
ness on Thursday morning.
About 50 customers were said
to be inside the office when
police arrived.

Sources said the police
locked the doors and took the

PM asked about harassment
allegation involving FIU
director Reginald Ferguson

House hears of woman lawyer’s resignation

By ALISON LOWE —
Tribune Staff Reporter .
alowe@tribunemedia.net

MP for Fort Charlotte
Alfred Sears yesterday raised
the possibility that a woman
lawyer resigned as legal coun-
sel for the Financial Intelli-
gence Unit because of alleged

“harassment” by FIU direc-

tor, former police commis-
sioner Reginald Ferguson.

‘Mr Sears put the allegation
to Prime Minister Hubert
Ingraham in the form of a
question during Opposition
“question time” in parliament
yesterday. Mr Sears, who
asked two questions in total,
queried whether the prime
minister, as minister respon-
sible for the FIU, could
“explain the circumstances
behind the resignation of the
legal counsel” at the unit.

The FIU is one of several
units responsible with polic-
ing the financial services
industry, and in particular,
fighting money laundering
and terrorism financing.

Mr Sears questioned Mr
Ingraham as to whether an
“allegation of harassment on
the part of the director of
FIU” has come to his atten-
tion, before going on to state
that he “understands it (the
harassment) has been raised
with a member of Cabinet.”

Mr Ingraham said he
“knows nothing and nothing
has come to his attention” in

-relation to any allegation
against the director.

“T am not aware of any alle-
gation made against him, but
if you say that such an alle-
gation has been made, I shall
find ont and I will be happy to
respond.to you. And, of
course, whenever there is an
allegation of harassment, the
police ought to be advised so
that the matter can be inves-
tigated by the police also.”

He later added that he was
advised that the legal coun-
sel at the FIU did not include
in her letter of resignation,
“any allegation of sexual
harassment at all”.

Mr Sears interjected angri-

ly that he never mentioned |

sexual harassment, merely
“harassment”. He added that
it is his understanding that the
matter has been raised with
a member of the Cabinet, “if
not in the letter.”

Mr Ferguson was appoint-
ed director of the FIU earlier
this year, after demitting
office as commissioner of
police. It is not clear when the
legal counsel resigned her
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They did not handcuff the
three women employees, but
took them in for questioning.

“People scattered when the
police came. They walked off
briskly to go in their cars. The
road was blocked off by the
police. When the reporters
came they fled,” said an eye
witness.

Assistant Superintendent
Michael Moxey of the Com-
mercial Crimes Unit said the
police are investigating the
matter.

“It is a tragedy. It puts me
under the impression that the
Bahamian people will do any-
thing for a quick dollar. In
this time of high unemploy-
ment, the recession, if people
feel there is an avenue to get

money that does not put too
much pressure on them to pay
back, and with no interest,
they will jump on it. It is just
natural for people to look for
a way to get things without
working for it,” said an off
duty police officer who visited
the office after the raid.

The officer said he came
because he was thinking of
applying for a loan — after
being pressured by his wife.

Even after the office was
closed by police, some patrons
insisted the operation was a
legitimate business.

“You know why it get like
this? Bahamians — they carry
on too bad. I spoke to the
woman this morning and she
said she was going to her
lawyer to straighten it out.
This is not a scam. I know a
police officer who got $5,000
last month,” said a woman

who had come to inquire

about her loan.
A man who claimed he
received a $4,000 loan, said

he thought the business was ~

just trying to do a good thing.

Asked if he would assist
police in the investigation, he
said: “Why should I give evi-
dence and J already got my

money?

“T am happy. If it works out
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NULLIUS ADDICTUS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI

A CALLER to the Krissy Love radio talk
show last week — in a discussion as to
whether the image of Sir Stafford Sands
should be on our $10 bill — said that to under-
stand Sir Stafford one would have to under-
stand the times in which he lived.

“Sir Stafford Sands was a creature of his
times,” said the caller. “It was the times in
which he lived that made him think the way
he did and do the things that he did.” In his
opinion Bahamians were not sufficiently
mature to accept that position, but in fact
that is the way all history should be under-
stood — in its own context, in its own time.
To do otherwise would distort the facts.

The times in which Sir Stafford lived were
times of racial prejudice.

A person of colour could not go to such
public places as theatres, hotels, restaurants
or even Bay Street barbers who cut only the
white man’s hair. Sir Stafford bought into the
idea introduced to these islands in an earli-
er generation by American hotelier Henry
Flagler, who in 1898 built the British Colo-
nial Hotel (then a wooden building) and
convinced the Bahamian power structure of
those days that white Americans, particu-
larly those from the south, would not fre-
quent the islands if there was a mixing of the
races.

And so to protect the tourist industry that
he had taken from a short term winter resort’
to a year-round money spinner, Sir Stafford
was intent on keeping the hotels,-and any
area that a visitor might frequent, exclusive.

This was a matter over which Sir Stafford
and Sir Etienne Dupuch — who in 1956 was

“threatened with arrest on the floor of the
“House when he introduced a Resolution to

break down racial discrimination in public
places — battled for most.of their political
lives. Eventually Sir Stafford saw the light,
but as Sir Etienne was to write of his friend
on his death, it was too late when the scales
fell from his eyes.

“If you want to see a monument to the .
business genius of.a man...look around you
in the colony today,” Sir Etienne wrote in
1972. “Still... he was not a wise man in the
all-important area of human relations. The:
time came when Stafford saw the light. But
it was too late...” However, it was not too
late for these two strong men in their per-
sonal relations. They each respected the oth-
er, and in the end the two arch enemies
closed their lives, the closest of friends.

Sir Stafford was an enigma. There were
those who called him.a-racist. There were

“others, mostly persons of colour, who would

resent such a suggestion. There were two
sides to the man.

One caller to the Krissy Love show was
one of the many who could say with all sin-
cerity: “I don’t think he was that much of.a
racist. He was good for black people.” She

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Publisher/Editor 1919-1972
Contributing Editor 1972-1991

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Published Daily Monday to Saturday

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said her aunt was a nanny for Sir Stafford’s
daughter, and she as a child wore many of his
daughter’s hand-me- downs. “He was good to
us, We were So poor.”

There was another, a constituent in his
City district, who told of his concern for his
constituents who had outside toilets and how
he gave them money to improve their situa-
tion.

In 1940, said another caller, “our econo-
my was rock bottom — there was nothing in
this country, there was no way out for us.”
She said Sir Stafford took his own money
and went around the world to build the
country’s tourist industry and because he
was white he was able to bring people in. He
took the police band on his trips with him.
“They were all blacks,” she said, “he ensured
that they had good rooms in hotels, he
ensured they were treated with respect and
he joined them in their rooms. His own mon-
ey paid for these trips.”

She told how he took care of the enter-
tainers and how he made certain that such
Over the Hill nightclubs as the Cat and Fid-
dle and Silver Slipper prospered.

Troubadour Nat Saunders was on the

show and admitted that as far as entertainers

were concerned the UBP government was
better for them than'their own black gov-

ernment. Qn another occasion and in a dif--

ferent context, entertainer Leroy “Duke”
Hanna said: “Sir Stafford Sands projected us,
all of us, the great bands headed by people
like Freddie Munnings Sr, the musicians,
the dancers, the singers, the showmen...Sir
Stafford made sure we were there on every
tourist campaign trip. Culture was tops and
well appreciated under Sir Stafford and his
colleagues. But it just started dying after
1967...” ©

Yes, it started dying as the race card was
being played loud and clear to create hatred
and suspicion .vr the purpose of dividing
Bahamians and winning elections.

Today, the PLP au those tainted with
their tacial hatreds have come, in the words
of Mark Antony at the bier of Julius Caesar,
not to praise him, but to inter the good that
he has done in this country with his bones, so
that whatever evil they might have perceived

in him can grow, prosper and be enshrined _

for posterity. However, Sir Stafford touched
and uplifted so many Bahamian lives that we
do not think that Fred Mitchell and his ilk
will be able to strike.him from the $10 bill in
the future.

As one caller told Krissy Love, Bahami-
ans have to learn they cannot change their
history to accommodate their political agen-
da. And, what we must also'remember: The
history of the Bahamas did not start.in 1967.
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When will

Cable Bahamas
live up to its

EDITOR, The Tribune.

I am doing my civic duty. I
have agreed to be a voice
for the frightened and the
weak, also the people who
are being taken advantage
of. We must do all we can
to level the playing field,
now.

I am not going to tax my
brain with dates and time,
neither am I going to
remember exact quotes but
if my memory serves me
right, in the initial negotia-
tions between the Bahamas
Government and Cable
Bahamas, they were sup-
posed to bring cable to the
entire Bahamas. I am not a
wordsmith but I know. the
meaning of a few words.

Many ycars ave elapsed
and millions of dollars of
raw profit has been realised
by Cable Bahamas and
there are still many areas
where there has been no



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cable and no attempt or
intention to put cable in
places like parts of Long
Island, parts. of South
Eleuthera and others.

How come government
has not forced Cable
Bahamas to live up to the
agreement?

Light poles are there,
BaTelCo has service there
and still no cable.

Who is fighting for these

people? This nonchalant.

attitude of the authorities is
not conducive to a pleasant
relationship.

When will Cable Bahamas
live up to their obligation.
No more baloney about dis-
tance, the deal was the

entire Bahamas. When are ©

the innocent people who

gation?

deserve to have cable just
like the people on Paradise
Island and Lyford Cay going

‘to get it? The people of

Long Island and South
Eleuthera are waiting for
their just due. The people
have had enough of the dis-
respecting excuses. It is
downright insulting to say
the least. ,

This same practice has
been allowed to continue
with developers who collect
people’s monies promising

’ to put in the necessary infra-

structure and pave roads.
But nothing is ever done
and the developer-who usu-
ally has connections gets off
scot free.

Hello - is anybody there?
All Bahamians deserve to
be treated the same.

IVOINE

W INGRAHAM
Nassau,

May 11, 2010.

Disgracetul treatment on
arrival in the Bahamas

EDITOR, The Tribune.

Yesterday my wife and I returned from
New York on Delta at around 12.30pm.

After disembarking on the plane we got as
far as the area where there used to be a
revolving door before the escalator to Immi-
gration when we entered a queue.

The escalator was not working so people

were queuing on the stairs.

The fire alarm had gone off briefly with an
ear splitting noise,so we thought maybe

there was a fire.

After 20-30 minutes we were still there
and some people began to go down the esca-

lator so we followed.:

At the bottom were some officials at a

booth.

It was now obvious from looking into the
Immigration Hall that there were huge

go through the resident’ s desk where there

~ tion.

desks.

was no queue. Not one of the officials
thought of advising the people in the queue
who perhaps had never been to the
Bahamas before what was the problem and
the likely time they would get to Immigra-

The point of the letter is that there were
only four officers on the visitors Immigration

The Bahamas desperately needs tourists
and the first impression and probably the

most lasting is how you are treated on arrival

in the country.
Yesterday it was a disgrace with unhappy

kids in the queue, irritated parents and

bored passengers and what has the Immi-

gration Department got to say for itself?

queues at the Immigration counters.

We asked one of the officials why there
was a problem and although we. got no
answer we did ascertain that residents could

- Students should not be taught to strike

EDITOR, The Tribune.

Iam shocked and disgusted
with the activities and state-

ments of the College of the

Bahamas, Teacher’s Union.

N-7984 © | Nassau, Bahamas.

‘“ The Hand That Rocks The

Nassau,

. Don’t they realise they are

“Teachers”?

What are they doing teach-
ing the college students they
now have in their classes, that
if yow’re not happy with any-
thing your boss is doing, or if
you’re not getting everything
you want, or it’s taking too
_long— go on strike!

The Bahamas is in for a lot
of trouble in the years ahead
as, when these college stu-

May 7, 2010

And a more pertinent question — how is the
Civil Service controlled?

PATRICK H FHOMSON:

dents have graduated and are
out there working, they'll start
to put into practice what they
learned from their teachers!
If they’re not happy with
something/anything where
you’re working — help organ-

- ise, the go on strike.

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PRESSURE on men to provide
their partners with money or goods
is a contributing factor to rising levels
of crime, Bain and Grants Town MP |,
Dr Bernard Nottage said. i

During the debate for a resolution
requesting the appointment of a
Select Committee on Crime in the
House of Assembly yesterday, the
Opposition MP said many men will
go to great — and sometimes criminal
— lengths to satisfy the desires of the
women in their lives.

This, he said, is a symptom of materialism’

gripping Bahamian society.
"One of the things that we have to really be
aware of Mr Speaker is this whole question of

the influence of women on men who commit '

crimes. Because we are a very materialistic soci-
ety and we like things and things cost money
and most men that I know would do whatever is
necessary to make sure that their woman has
what she needs," said the former health minis-
ter. :

"If she needs new clothes, she needs a hair-
do, if she needs a car, if she needs jewellery. ..
She expects the man to find the money".

He surmised that many men incarcerated
today may have been driven to a life of crime in



\ order to find quick cash for their part-

ners.
: "T dare say if you carried out an
interview of men in prison, whether
# they are drug dealers, whether they
Pay are serial law breakers, whether they
fe are murders and you find out what
they were trying to get the money for -
you'd be surprised," he said.

He noted recent crime statistics
which reveal that for the first quarter
of 2010, murders were up 44 per cent;
B atempted murders. up 300 per cent,
armed robbery up 18 per cent, attempt-

anes ed robbery up 83 per cent and house-

breaking up 29 per cent — compared
to the same period last year.

Dr Nottage also took aim at the Ingraham
administration's plans to stamp out the scourge
of crime and fix the justice system, faulting
them for not working.

"We were told that the introduction of plea

bargaining was essential to reducing the backlog .
of cases. The law has not been brought into ~

effect some 21 months later," he said, adding
that the same is true for the promised elec-
tronic monitoring of hardened criminals out on
bail.

~The MP also lambasted the government! S
promised revision of the Bail Act — a measure
that will seek to place further restrictions on
the granting of bail - as an impotent legisla-
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Supreme Court hearing for Birbal attorney

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - Andre Bir-
bal’s attorney Carlson Shurland
will appear in the Supreme
Court today to argue that his
client cannot get a fair trial in
the Bahamas.

Following a fixture hearing
last Wednesday, Mr Shurland
filed an application for a consti-
tutional motion in the Supreme
Court. ;

Birbal, a 47-year-old Trinida-
dian native and former teacher
at the Eight Mile Rock High
School, is'accused of having
unnatural sexual intercourse
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The trial is set to be held May
31 through June 3 in Freeport.

Birbal is accused of having
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He said Birbal had been incar-
cerated in the United States for
a year and has no job.

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as a teacher and suspended
pending investigations and has
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The Caribbean
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China in Nassau

THE Caribbean and the
People’s Republic of China
held talks in Nassau this

week to discuss matters of _

mutual interest and the fur-
ther development of rela-
tions.

Deputy Prime Minister
and Minster of Foreign
Affairs Brent Symonette
presided over the 4th Round
of China-Caribbean Consul-
tations at the Paul Farquhar-
son Conference Centre at the
Police Hea cquariers on
Monday.

Participating were repre-
sentatives from China and
Caribbean countries who
have diplomatic relations
with China.

“Your presence here today
reaffirms the relevance of
this vital partnership, which

- commenced some eight years
ago on the margins of the
57th Regular Session of the
United Nations General
Assembly in September, 2002
in New. York,” Mr Symon-
ette said:

“The consultations were
born out of a desire to devel-
op friendship and compre-
hensive co-operation and to
provide an opportunity to
engage in open and frank
dialogue on issues of mutual
importance.

“This partnership repre-
sents an impressive model of
South/South co-operation

-and one of its most signifi-
cant aspects is that it exem-
plifies a model of diplomacy
for the mutual benefit of
both peoples in areas usually
not defined by equity, Mr
Symonette said.

He said that the region is
mindful of China’s position
as a permanent member of
the United Nations Security

’ Council and the important *

role the country plays in the
ongoing deliberations regard-
ing the reforms of the Secu-
rity Council. ;

The global, financial and
- economic crises confronting
the world’s economies have
demonstrated how integrated
and interdependent
Caribbean economies are
with the rest of the world and
‘the need to forge relation-
ships which foster dialogue,
co-operation, collaboration
and mutual benefits, he said.

Since the inception of the
China-Caribbean Consulta-
tions, both parties have wit-
nessed an increasing number
of high level visits between
the respective countries,
expanding co-operation;
increased trade and the con-
clusion of financial and tech-
nical co-operation agree-
ments.

Both sides feel this pattern
of important activities augurs
well for the future of the
partnership, Mr Symonette
said.

Anniversary

Since the last meeting in
Beijing, Mr Symonette not-
ed, China successfully hosted
the 29th Olympiad and
opened the Shanghai Expo-
sition 2010, at which the
Caribbean is represented. He
also congratulated China on
its 60th anniversary.

Mr Symonette expressed
condolences to China fol-
lowing the April 2010 earth-

quake that hit that country, .

' particular

while commending that coun-

try for its support to Haiti

following the January 12,

2010 earthquake.

He also mentioned that the
issue of climate change is of
concern to
Caribbean states, and that
the region welcomes China’s
support of the 16th Confer-
ence of the Parties (COP 16)
in Cancun, Mexico in
December 2010.

“The significance of the
China-Latin America and
Caribbean relationship is
reflected in China’s Policy
Paper on Latin America and
the Caribbean, which speaks
to developing friendship,
cooperation and economic
development,” Mr Symon-
ette said.

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membership in the
Caribbean Development
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bership in the Inter-Ameri-
can Development Bank and

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PARKER
Press Attaché

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WASHINGTON, DC -
Bahamas Ambassador and
Permanent Representative to
the Organisation of American

States Cornelius A Smith is
arguing in favour of the reten-
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focuses on regional coopera-
tion and sustainable develop-
ment.

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jeopardy.”

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for Integral Development
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The forum was organised by
the OAS Departinent of Inter-
national Affairs vith the sup-
port of the American and
Canadian governments, and
was designed to stimulate dis-
cussion, exchange ideas and
propose recommendations by
civil society ahead of the 40th
Regular Session of the OAS
General Assembly, to be held
in June under the theme
“Peace, Security and Cooper-
ation in the Americas.”

The ambassador focused his
remarks on the future of
FEMCIDI - the unique hemi-
spheric fund and its novel
approach to development
cooperation.

FEMCIDI is the Special
Multilateral Fund of the Inter-
American Council for Integral
Development (CID]).

He told the forum he was
“deeply concerned. that the
future of FEMCIDL is in jeop-
ardy.”

FEMCIDI is a fund estab-
lished to contribute to the
financing of national and mul-

- tilateral hemispheric cooper-

ation programmes, projects
and activities carried out

under the OAS’ Strategic Plan:

for Partnership for Develop-
ment. Ambassador Smith

argued that ¥
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actors from mem-
ber states to deter- *
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focused projects or extending
projects to many countries
which face similar challenges,”
he said.

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it builds upon and further
strengthens the ideals of hemi-
spheric cooperation.”

Ambassador Smith pointed
out that FEMCIDI relies on
the voluntary contributions of
member states. Therefore, he
said, the fund embodies the
spirit of multilateral coopera-
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benefitted. member states
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member states are reviewing
their level of financial support
to the fund.

“Recognising this need to
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under the able: chairmanship
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group headed by the United
States, is presently reviewing
- FEMCIDI to make it more

. transparent and relevant to

member states’ development
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Ambassador Smith also
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“This grassroots approach
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emisphere adopts drug strategy

Bahamas’ presence at anti-drug
meetings in US seen as critical

By KHYLE QUINCY
PARKER

Press Attaché
Embassy of The
Commonwealth

of The Bahamas

WASHINGTON, DC -
Director of the Bahamas
National Anti-Drug Secre-
tariat (NADS) Captain
Godfrey Rolle last week
travelled to the US capital
to attend a series of anti-
drug meetings — one of
which led to the adoption of
an Hemispheric Drug Strat-
egy.

He said it was critical for
the Bahamas to be present
during these meetings.

“International policies are

determined at this level,” Mr _

Rolle explained.

“We have to be present
here to.present our peculiar
situation tothe wider body,
so that when policy is made,
it is not to the exclusion of
the Bahamas.” '

An example of that policy
is the new- Hemispheric
Drug Strategy 2010, adopted
by the Inter-American Drug
Abuse Control Commission
(CICAD) — of which the
Bahamas is a member — on
May 3.

Mr Rolle also attended a
meeting of the Governmen-
tal Expert Group (GEG)
associated with the fifth
round of the Multilateral
Evaluation Mechanism
(MEM) of the CICAD.

The CICAD is the anti-
drug arm of the Organisa-

tion of American States

(OAS).

In what Mr Rolle saw as
the organisation’s “crown-
ing moment,” it created the

MEM some. years.ago.to.......

examine anti-drug policy

and activity in OAS mem:

ber states.

In addition to the govern-
mental experts meeting, Mr
Rolle represented the
Bahamas at the 47th Regu-
lar Session of the CICAD,
which adopted the Hemi-
spheric Drug Strategy 2010.

“We have to be present here to pre-
sent our peculiar situation to the wider
body, so that when policy is made, it is
not to the exclusion of the Bahamas.”



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For that meeting, Mr
Rolle was accompanied by
Sergeant David J Ramsey,
a supply reduction officer at

. NADS.

Now that the hemisphere
has adopted the new strate-
gy, the next step is to craft a
Plan of Action — which Mr
Rolle termed “the opera-
tional side.”

Action

Following that step, the
creation of a National Anti-
Drug Plan — still a work in

’ progress.in the Bahamas —

would make the hemispher-

ic strategy and action plan

country-specific.

the importance of being pre-

srisent: at such meetings,
argued that no country is

“an island unto itself.”

In addition to being able
to put across the peculiar sit-
uation facing the Bahamas,
he identified. as a benefit the
opportunity to learn from
the experiences of other

Mr. Rolle, quizzed about ,

Captain Godfrey Rolle

countries. “Drugs is transna-
tional, trans-boundary,” he
said.

Mr Ramsey, whose expe-
rience prior to being sec-
onded to NADS includes
time with the Royal
Bahamas Police Force Drug
Enforcement Unit Strike
Force, time with Operation
Bahamas Turks and Caicos
(OPBAT) and time with the
Financial Intelligence Unit
investigating money laun-
dering, stressed the fact that
the Bahamas does not exist
in a void.

He said Bahamians could
no longer afford to live in
isolation, or they will be tak-
en by surprise when world
affairs exert an effect on
Bahamian policy.

“There has to be some
level of awareness of what
is going on,” the Sergeant
Ramsey said.

The goal of the anti-drug
meetings was to see how
OAS member states are
using their resources and
technical expertise to best
address the drug:problem in
the Western Hemisphere.

“Everything seems to be
morphing into everything
else,” Mr Rolle said, noting
the appearance — for exam-
ple — of marijuana fields in
the Bahamas, a country not
usually associated with drug
production, but rather with
transit and consumption
issues.

The recommendations,

notes and additional ques-
tions of the GEG will now

be sent back to member
states to help refine the
response to the MEM.

For the Bahamas, Mr
Rolle will coordinate the
NADS response.

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licence would also allow them
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* To discuss and approve the budget for 2011

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“In Freeport, there is specif-
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business, for example you
should not have a mechanic
shop operating in a residential
area,” Ms Colebrooke said.

Restrictions also apply to the
type of business licences and
permits that are issued.

Therefore, Ms Colebrooke
reminded her audience that
whilst GBPA grants permits
for food, straw, fish, or veg-
etable vendors, they do not

- issue permits for phone card

street sales.

As an aid to preparing them
for future business ownership,
Ms. Colebrooke offered this
advice on inspiration, innova-

---tion and initiative.

* “You need to look for inspi-
ration because it’s inside all of
you and resolve to be better
than anyone else you’ve ever
known.

With regards to innovation
and initiative, she said, “Which
market will you focus on? Are
you original, or do you just
want to go into the type of
business you see other people
doing? Do you have a propos-
al for your business? Do you
have a driving force to ensure
that the business works?

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just want to make the quick
money but I encourage you to
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THE TRIBUNE

THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010, PAGE 11



(COS eee as
Lady Turnquest

dies at age 80

FROM page one

released from police custody,
Mr Russell said at no time did
he ever threaten the life of
Mr Harsch, 46, and in fact last
saw him in January of this
year when the German
bought some gas from his ser-
vice station.

“He was in no way doing
business with me, and neither
with the company (Marlin
Enterprises, which Mr Rus-
sell co-owns with Robert Law
Jr who was also taken into
police custody for question-
ing),” Mr Russell said.

While Mr Russell had been
an outspoken critic of the
area’s current representative,
attorney Philip “Brave”
Davis, he yesterday thanked
Mr Davis and his firm for
assisting him in this troubling
ordeal along with his other
legal counsel, Roger Minnis.

Reiterating Mr Russell’s
remarks, Mr Minnis said that

his client was released by the.

police with no conditions
attached.

“There is no evidence, they
hardly asked him any ques-
tions. There is no bodv! It is
seven years after there is the
presumption of death. This
man has only been missing for
seven days. And they want to
try and hold people for what?
They don’t even move that
fast for missing children.

“So, either there is some-
thing they know that we don’t
know, but there is no evi-
dence to hold these persons
with this missing person, if in
fact he is missing,” Mr Minnis
said.

Mr Russell continued that
this entire ordeal has shown
him that the justice system in
the Bahamas is in need of
repair.

“All the evidence that, I
gathered on the outside states
that I could not possibly have
had anything to do with this.

“It hurts me to see that two
foreigners of this country got
involved into some kind of
argument or altercation and
the first person they picked
up is a black boy! Why? This
is totally unfair, and totally
outrageous that I was held for
96 hours and only asked a few
questions. This foolishness has
to stop,” “Mr Russell
exclaimed.

Mr Harsch is reported to

have disappeared from a pri-:

vate home that he had rented
near the prestigious Feynan-

dez Bay Village and Resort. . .

US men held
over murder

FROM page one

with the increasing develop-
ment of the island, criminal
activity can be expected. The
resident also pointed out that
the island is lacking the prop-
er medical facilities to deal
with major medical emergen-
cies. “If anything major hap-
pens we don’t have the facili-
ties to deal with it here,” he
said.

Rev Benjamin Bailey, who
has lived in Bimini all his life
told The Tribune, “That was a
very unfortunate incident. It is
always ‘a sad situation when
someone is killed, especially
in a small community like
Bimini. I haven’t really heard
many people saying anything
about it though.”

and spoke with officers at the

Ezra Russell
is released

His private jet and yacht are
still in Cat Island, however,
he has not been heard from or
seen since last week Wednes-
day.

Additionally it was report-
ed that the family of Mr
Harsch travelled to the
Bahamas earlier this week

Central Detective Unit yes-
terday. It is unknown what
the outcome of these discus-

sions may have been. EZRA RUSSELL

PM: Bahamian economy is sick patient
FROM page one

point of having difficulty in funding even “essential services.”

Mr Ingraham was speaking in the House of Assembly as
one of several ministers of the government who were called on
to respond to questions from the PLP parliamentarians during
Opposition “question time.”

Shane Gibson, MP for Golden Gates, asked the Prime Min-
ister if the government had a “cash flow problem” which is pre-
venting it “from paying outstanding monies owed to vendors.”

Mr Ingraham said: “The answer is no, but the Government
is stretched in terms of its financial capacity and its ability to
fund its essential services and that is a reality with which we
must come to terms, and we propose to come to terms with that
in the shortest possible time.”

He said that when parliamentarians return on Wednesday,
May 26, to hear the budget presentation for the next fiscal
year, they will “hear some of the medicine we propose for our
sick Bahamian patient, which is our nation economically at
the moment.”

Ryan Pinder, MP for Elizabeth, had earlier asked Mr Ingra-
ham to provide information to parliament on what “revenue
generating plans or programmes” the government has to
address the “alarming rise” in government debt over the last
three years, and which is forecast to grow further in the coming
years.

He suggested that rather than such revenue creating plans the
government had so far merely outlined “cost saving measures”
and steps towards becoming more efficient in collecting revenue
owed to it as a means of addressing rising levels of indebtedness
since the economic slowdown took hold. -

To this also, Mr Ingraham suggested the MP would find the
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time) on Wednesday. Her
husband and their three
children and one of her
grandsons were with her. at
the time of her death. Sir

‘Orville served almost seven

years as Governor-general
with Lady Edith by his side
from 1995 until late 2001.

National Security Minis-
ter and MP for Mount Mori-
ah Tommy Turnquest told
The Tribune yesterday: “It
is with profound sadness
that I advise of the passing
of Lady Edith Turnquest,
80, in a London hospital,
having suffered massive
bleeding to the left side of
her brain on Saturday past.”

In a statement issued to
The Tribune, Prime Minis-
ter Hubert Ingraham said:
“On behalf of my colleagues
and my wife I express sin-
cere condolences to her hus-
band Sir Orville"Turnquest,
our former Governor Gen-
eral and a fellow colleague
for many years.

“Lacy Turnquest will be
remembered for so many

~ réasons, now too difficult to

enumerate. Not only was
she wife, mother and grand-
mother, the epicentre of her
immediate family, but she

also included in her extend- .

ed family many nieces and
nephews, cousins, godchil-
dren and members of her

church family,” he said.
“Lady Turnquest sup-
ported her husband in
everything, and more. par-
ticularly during his service

to, thé Bahamian people,

most recently when he
served as Governor Gener-
al. Her support for her chil-
dren was unequivocal.”

Mr Ingraham added:

“Aside from her commit-_

ment to her God, her
church, her country and her
family, she also generously
gave of herself to so many
others from far and wide,
welcoming -them into her
home where she was a host-
ess par excellence.”

“A kind and giving per-
son, she was nonetheless,
forthright in her views and
advice, always displaying a

‘Keen sense of humour and

sharp wit. She will be great- -
ly missed,” he said.
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to my Cabinet colleague, the
Hon. O. A. T. Tommy
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National Security, and his
siblings, as well as Lady

-Turnquest’s grandchildren,

other family members and

‘friends. Lady Turnquest

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FROM page one

ner William Campbell’s sum-
ming up to the jury that they

‘intend to present to the Attor-

ney General’s office with legal
reasons to justify prosecution
of the officer.

The seven-member jury
was presented with four pos-
sible verdicts: manslaughter

_ by means of excessive force;

manslaughter by means of
gross negligence; self-defence
and an open verdict. ;

DC Munroe was exonerat-
ed of all criminal implications
when the seven-member jury:
unanimously agreed the offi-

cer had acted in self-defence. *’
. fear that the life of the officer
. was in danger.

The police officer had
argued he was in fear for his
life when he came face to face
with the teen on a public foot-
path as he was responding to
an armed robbery at City
Market in Village Road on
July 9 last year.

Mr Smith’s family were
shocked by the result of the
inquest which dragged on for

‘six months with five adjourn-

ments and his father
described it as a slap in the
face.

“We are confident an
objective review of the evi-
dence produced at the coro-
ner’s inquest provides the
basis to commence criminal
proceedings against the police
officer,” Mr Gomez said.

“It isn’t normal to have a
policeman shooting citizens

Brenton Smith

who are not armed and not
involved in criminal conduct.

“It’s absolutely mind-bog-
gling that you could be walk-

_ ing down the street minding

your own business, complete-
ly within the terms of the law,
and be shot by an armed
policeman who is under an
obligation to protect and

. serve the public.

“He claims he was in fear,
but there was nothing that
Brenton Smith could have
done or had in his possession
which could give rise to a fear
at all and more importantly a

“This is not something that
can be overlooked and’ we
ought not to live in a society
in which life is so cheap that
persons can kill and no prop-
er explanation be given.

“We are hoping that he is

- properly prosecuted, and ulti-

mately we will get relief from

the courts, but obviously a. ~

message needs to be sent to

ensure that citizens of this -

country are able to live with-
out fear of the police.”

DC Munroe was: not
removed from the force
throughout the inquest, nor
was his firearm confiscated
after Mr Smith was killed with.
a single bullet from his ser-
vice. weapon.

“The fact this officer is now

BRENTON SMITH



on the force is.even more
chilling to law-abiding citi-
zens,” Mr Gomez said.

“The most frightening thing

‘about this is that the people

who live there have no choice
about where they live.
“The message this sends to

_ those people is that they could

be shot and killed while going -
to buy groceries.”

The Smith family is seek-
ing aggravated damages for -
the attack on their son, as well
as exemplary punitive dam-
ages awarded for misconduct
of a public officer which has a
cap of $100,000, in addition

. to the normal compensatory

damages.

A defence against the
claims may be raised by the
goverment in court.

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tion from the deceased’s family.

Mario Miller,28, was found dead with multiple
stab and chop wounds about his body in bushes
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_ juror sitting on the case was closely connected to

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_ when the jury failed to reach a,unanimous verdict.

Detective Sergeant Howard. Bethell testified
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at the Princess Margaret Hospital where he saw
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‘analysis. A blood stained T-shirt and a blood
stained multicoloured shirt were then exhibited to
the jury. Mario’s mother, Helen, began to sob and
had to leave the courtroom, while being con-

- soled by her daughter, Yasmin.

Corporal Jason Anderson testified yesterday

‘that on the afternoon of June 22, 2002, he and

Detective Sergeant James Colebrook, acting on
information, went to the Super Value food store
in Winton.

He told the court that they arrived there
around 3.30 pm and were directed to the body of
a light skinned male. ;

He said that the man had chop wounds to his
hands, face and neck. Corporal Anderson said ©
that he collected blood swabs from the deceased:
The trial resumes today. before Senior Justice
Jon Isaacs. Attorney Dorsey McPhee represents
Ricardo, Miller, and attorney Richard Bootle rep-.-
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1. BAHAMIA WEST REPLAT

SUBDIVISION - FREEPORT
LOT NO. 5 Block 17
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single
Family Residence, 4 beds / 3 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 0.28 acres
LOCATION: The subject property

is location on the northern side of
Churchill Court cul-de-sac.
APPRAISED VALUE: $307,000









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DEVELOPED RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL

2. CARAVEL BEACH SUBDIVISION - 9._.MALIBOO REEF ESTATES.
FREEPORT IVI ~FR
LOT NO. 75 oF NO. 104
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
Six-Plex Apartment Complex ‘Residential / Duplex
PROPERTY SIZE: 19,055. sq. ft. PROPERTY SIZE: 41,866.sq. ft.
LOCATION: The-subject property is LOCATION: The subject property is
located en Bonita Lane and Bluefish located Galleon Avenue & Outrigger:
Street. ~ ‘Court.

"APPRAISED VALUE: $567,000














































































































4. BAHAMIA NORTH SUBDIVISION - 7.



FREEPORT.
LOT NO. 7 Block LN Unit 1

_ PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:

Incomplete Single Storey
Apartment structure

PROPERTY SIZE: 0.98 acres °
LOCATION: The subject property
is located south on Cadwallader
Jones Drive, :
APPRAISED VALUE: $91,000)

SUBDIVISION - FREEPORT.

LOT NO. 170 Block 7

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single
Family Residence, 4 beds /2 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 0.25 acres
LOCATION: The subject property is
located on the western side of St.
Andrews. Drive - a minor cul-de-sac.

APPRAISED VALUE: $307,000

6._ CARGILL CREEK SETTLEMENT -

ANDROS
LOT NO. 30

“PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
Duplex Apartment Building
PROPERTY SIZE: 21,000 sq. ft,
LOCATION: The subject property

* is situated on the east side of the

Queens Highway.
APPRAISED VALUE: $188,000



FREEPORT CITY SUBDIVISION - 10. HAWKSBILL SUBDIVISION —
FREEPORT. FREEPORT

LOT NO. 5, Block “J" LOT NO. 124 :
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single:

’ Condominium Apartment No. 2419
2 beds / 2 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 1,177 sq. ft.
LOCATION: The subject property
is located at Janseal Court
Condominium, East Mall Drive.and
East Atlantic Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $85,000

8. GRASMERE, UNIT 1 SUBDIVISION

-FREEPORT.

LOT: NO. 3 Block 15

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single |
Family Residence, 3 beds / 2 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 13,500 sq. ft.

LOCATION: The subject property is

located on Glenburn Drive and East
Indiaman Road. —
APPRAISED VALUE: $173,000

... GRASMERE UN BDIVIS!

> FREEPORT

LOT NO, 13, Block 1 Unit 1
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single.
Family Residence,.4 beds/ 3 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 18,000 so. ft.
LOCATION: The subject property is.
tocated north of S, Ringwood Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $283,000



1... BAHAMIA MARINA SUBDIVISION, 7. DERBY SUBDIVISION -

FREEPORT

LOT NO. 10 Block 31
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 0.38 acres

LOGATION: The vacant fot is
located on Hampshire Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $35,000

2. BAHAMA SOUND - EXUMA
LOT NO. C-9431 Sectian 12
PROPERTY SIZE: Waterfrant
Residential Lot, 10,000 sq. ft.

LOCATION: The vacant lotis

located 5 miles southeast of George
Town.. Eighty feet of the property is

facing Lancaster Road.
APPRAISED VALUE: $40,000

3. BAHAMA SOUND - EXUMA
LOY NO. 6521 Section 8 East
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 10,000: sq, ft.

LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located 11 miles west of George
Town and 2 miles northwest of
Moss Town Afrport.

_ APPRAISED VALUE: $30,000 -

4. BAHAMIA NORTH SUBDIVISION -

FREEPORT

LOT NO. 10, Block AN, Unit 2
PROPERTY SIZE: Duplex,
12,000 sq, ft.

LOCATION: The vacant lot is

located at the intersection of Woods

Rodgers Drive and Santa Matia
Avenue North. «
APPRAISED VALUE: $50, 000

~ FREEPORT.

LOT NO. 291

PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 0.32 acres ;

LOCAFION: The vacant lot is
located along Joseph Pinder Drive
(an unpaved rae east of Polaris
Drive.

APPRAISED VALUE: $57,000

6._ BRITANNIA SUBDIVISION -
“ FREEPORT,
LOT NO. 292

PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family

Lot, 0.32 acres

LOCATION: The vacant lotis
located along Joseph Pinder Drive
(an unpaved road); east of Polaris
Drive.

APPRAISED VALUE: $55,000

Lot, 0.23 acres.

LOCATION: The vacant lot is

located on the south side of Kay

Avenue West of Drayton Street.
intersection.

_ APPRAISED VALUE: $15,000

13. HOLMES ROCK, GRAND ,

Family.Residence, 1 bed /1 bath
PROPERTY SIZE: 5,400.89. ft.
LOCATION: The subject property is
located on Abaco Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $70,000

11, HAWKSBILL SUBDIVISION -.

FREEPORT

LOT.NO. 141

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single
Family Residence, 3 heds / 2 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 0.12 acres
LOCATION: The subject property
is located on the northern side of
Inagua Place.

APPRAISED VALUE: $104,580

12, HUDSON ESTATE SUBDIVISION ~
FREEPORT

LOT NO. 102

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single
Family Residence 3 beds / 2 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 0.29 acres
LOCATION: The subject property is

~ located south on Explorer's Way.

APPRAISED VALUE: $150, 000



acres:

LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located onthe northeastern.
intersection of Langton Lane and
Langton Court.

APPRAISED VALUE: $45,000

APPRAISED VALUE: $300,000

Incomplete Single Family
Residence, 3 beds / 2 baths



16, ROYAL BAHAMIAN ESTATES /

43. LINCOLN PARK SUBDIVISION 18. RO
FREEPORT SUBDIVISION - FREEPORT
LOT NO. 1 Block.51 Unit 3 LOT NO..14 Biock 3 Section B
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:

Incamplete Singla Family residential
Structure

PROPERTY SIZE: 0.41 acres PROPERTY SIZE: 0,34 acres

Lo SATION: ‘The ‘subject property LOCATION: The subject property

is located on the solithern side of is located on the eastern-side ofa.

Crossjack Road, minor street called Madeira Lane

APPRAISED VALUE: $126,456 and east of Beach Way Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $67,000,

14. MURPHY TOWN - ABACO a Hyg ;
LOT NO. Crown Allotment #77 17. WINDSOR PARK SUBDIVISION -__
Parcels “A" and “B” FREEPORT .

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single LOT NO, 22 Block 2.

Storey Structures PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single

PROPERTY SIZE: Each 7,000'sq. ft. storey Duplex, 3 beds'/2 baths

LOCATION: The subject property Units

is situated on Great Abaco. Harbour PROPERTY SIZE: 0.34 acres

Rodd off the main Murphy Town LOCATION: The subject property is

Road. Bet facing the southern side of Regant

APPRAISED VALUE: $135,000: Row: a minor street connecting to.
Watertall Drive: .

.. QUE =F ‘APPRAISED VALUE: $356, 000°
LOT NO. 5 Block 25 : . Base
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Singis 18. YEOMAN WOOD SUBDIVISION —
Family Residence, 3: beds /.2 baths FREEPORT
PROPERTY SIZE: 0.22 acres - LOTNO. 26 Block 55 unit 2
LOCATION: The subject property PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single

is located’on Victoria Lane south of
Whitehall Place.
APPRAISED VALUE: $1 70,000



FREEPORT BAHAMA_
LOT NO-Y Biéck:17 Unit 3 LOT NO. Tract of Land (orto NO. 52, Block 16, Unit S
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family : PROPERTY SIZE- Duplex, -

_ Lot, 0.30 acres Lot, 0.20.acres. 14,800 sq. ft.
LOCATION: The vacant lat is LOCATION: The vacant lot is: LOCATION: The vacant fat is:
located-on Queens Highway and located on the southern side of located on the northeastern corner
Dagenham Drive. Queens Highway and eastem side of Moor Drive and Moor Close.
APPRAISED VALUE: $33,000 of PC-Plaza. APPRAISED VALUE: $45,000

APPRAISED VALUE: $20,000 si

.... DERBY | Nd s 20. LUCAYAN ESTATES SUBDIVISION.
FREEPORT 14, HUDSON ESTATES SUBDIVISION, -~FREEPQRT
LOT NO. 2 Block 4 Unit 2 EREEPORT LOT NO, 18: Block 112 Unit 12
PROPERTY SIZE: Multi-family LOT NO. 393 PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Canal Front Lot, 0.35 acres PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family Lot, 1.0 acre,
LOCATION: The vacant Jot is Lot, 7,493 sq, ft. LOCATION: The vacant lot is.

. located on.the western side.of a * LOCATION: The vacant lot is: located on the western side of
minor cul-de-sac called Lindsell located on Nansen Avenue & West Rutland Road, a minor unpaved
Road which connects to Lindsell of Coral Road. road. which.connects to Awston
Drive. APPRAISED VALUE: $34,000 Drive. :
APPRAISED VALUE: $120,000 ‘ es cee APPRAISED VALUE: $9,000

k N GREE! = : ;
FREEPORT LOT NO. 3 Block 16 Unit 2 7
LOT NO. 11 Block 2.Unit3 PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family LOT NO. 10 Block 32 Unit3
PROPERTY SIZE: Duplex Lot, 0.35 Lot, 20,250 sq: ft. PROPERTY SIZE: 1.2 acres
acres. a LOGATION: The vacant lot is LOCATION: The vacant lot is:
LOCATION: The vacantlotis located on the southern side of'a located on the northwestern part of
located on the western side of Pearl minor street called Fulton Lane-and the Clarendon Road and Alnwick
Drive and Pearl Close. East Sunrise Highway. . - Drive East intersection.
APPRAISED VALUE: $44,000 APPRAISED VALUE: $47,000 APPRAISED VALUE: $10,500
10. G D BAH AC 416. LINCOLN GREEN SUBDIVISION.-.. 22. LUCAYAN GLEN SUBDIVISION -
SUBDIVISION - FREEPORT FREEPORT FREEPORT
LOT NOS, 22-A, B, G & H Section 1 LOT NO. 46 Block 16 Unit’5 LOT NO. 1 Block 7 Unit’§
PROPERTY SIZE: 1.49 acres PROPERTY SIZE: Single. Family PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
combined. Lot, 13,800 sq, ft. Lot, 0.37. acres.
LOCATION: The vacant lots are LOCATION: The vacant lot is LOCATION: The vacant:lot is

: located-on.the southern side:of located on the southern side of located on the'southern part of the
McGregor Boulevard. ce Moor Drive & Moor Close. Edgaware Street and Edgeware
APPRAISED VALUE: $48,000 APPRAISED VALUE: $30,000 ‘Road intersection.

= ‘ ae APPRAISED VALUE: $15,500.”
11.. GRAND BAHAMA EAST. 17.. LINCOLN GREEN SUBDIVISION -_
LOT NO, 220 Block ‘E" Section’2 LOT NO. 10 Block 3'Unit 1 FREEPORT
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family PROPERTY SIZE: Duplex, 0:38 LOT NO. 37 Block 17 Unit 1
Lot, 0.23 acres / acres. with foundation PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
LOCATION: The.vacant lot is LOGATION: The vacant lat is Lot,.0.37.acres.
located on the northwestern side of located on the western side of LOCATION: The vacant lot is
Okamua Avenue, Ludford Drive. located on the northern side of Total
APPRAISED an $15,000 APPRAISED VALUE: $86,000 Avenue.
APPRAISED VALUE: $15,500.
12. GRAND IN ION -
SUBDIVISION - FREE EPORT. EREEPORT. 24, LUCAYAN GLEN SUBDIVISION ~_
LOT NO. 152 Black 'D” Section 2 LOT NOQ. 14, Block 10, Unit. 2 FREEPORT
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family. PROPERTY SIZE: Duplex, 0.38 LOT NO, 17 Block 25 Unit 6

PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 0.37 acres.

LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located east of Sussex Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $15,500

INTERESTED PARTIES SHOULD SUBMIT OFFERS INCLUSIVE OF TELEPHONE CONTACT AND POSTAL ADDRESS TO: CB DISTRESSED

Family Residence, 3 beds/ 2 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 0.23 actes
LOGATION: The subject property is’
located:on the northwestern'side of
Fiddlers Green Road'and Spinney
Road:.

APPRAISED VALUE: $130,200. .

VACANT LOTS



gi GREEN SUBDIVISION - 25. MURPHY TOWN - ABACO

LOT NO. Crown Allotment #49
PROPERTY SIZE: Multi-family
10,000 sq.ft.

LOCATION: The vacant fot Is.
-situated on the Great Abaco
Harbour Road off the | main Murphy
Town Road.

APPRAISED VALUE: $28,000

LOT NO..27 in Crown: Allotment
#125.

PROPERTY SIZE: Multifamily
15,000.sq. ft.

LOCATION: The vacant fot is:
situated off the Front Street of
Murphy Town.

APPRAISED VALUE: $37,500

LOT NO. 23 Block 21

PROPERTY SIZE: Multi-Family Lot,
17,500 sq. ft.

LOCATION: The vacant property

is located on the southern side of
Bartlow Road and Fortune Bay
Drive. i

APPRAISED VALUE: $55,000

FREEPORT

LOT NO, 57

PROPERTY SIZE: Duplex Lot, 0.29
acres

LOCATION: The vacant lot is.
located.on Gladstone Terrace.
APPRAISED VALUE; $26,000

LOT NO. 38 Block 9 Units.
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 0.22 acres

LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located on the southern side of
Fiddlers Green.

APPRAISED VALUE: $20,000

LOT NO, 18 Block 16 Unit 3
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family

, ot with incomplete. building to belt,

’ 0.97 acres ;

LOCATION: The vacant fot is
located on the southwestern section
of Fiddlers Green and Egret Circle.
APPRAISED VALUE: $34,000

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FROM page one

time in parliament yesterday
when the Government might
take steps to improve the
worsening “water situation”
in the communities of
Tarpum Bay and Rock
Sound in his constituency.

“I have for the past three
years asked this government
and of course the previous
government to consider
doing something abut this
water situation. Of course it
has steadily gotten worse and
I expect if people continue
to use and drink the water
it’s going to cause some seri-
ous illnesses. Before that
happens I’d humbly ask once
again the honourable Prime
Minister when something will
be done about this water,”
said the MP.

Mr Ingraham said the gov-
ernment is “painfully aware
of the inadequacy and poor
quality of water in Tarpum
Bay and Rock Sound,
Eleuthera.” |

The Prime Minister said he
himself “felt like he was in
the sea” when he took a
shower in Tarpum Bay on a

Govt unable to commit to

potable water expansion

He added that “many parts
of The Bahamas suffer in the
same way from poor quality
water (including) Long
Island, Crooked Island, Ack-
lins, parts of Andros, all of
Cat Island, parts of New
Providence and parts of
Grand Bahama.”

Road repaving plans for
Mackey Street, Soldier Road
and part of Bay Street all
have to wait until the gov-
ernment can replace water
mains under them at a cost
of several million dollars,
noted Mr Ingraham.

“The demands for water
and water infrastructure are
great, huge. We.empathise
with the people of Rock
Sound and Tarpum Bay.
Your matter is under active
consideration. The Govern-
ment is challenged in terms
of its financing, the Govern-
ment has had to extend its
borrowing beyond acceptable

FROM page one:

limits and beyond limits
where we thought we would
not go. We will do the best
we can. I cannot now give
you a firm date when Rock
Sound and Tarpum Bay will
Have its water of a quality
and quantity that is accept-
able, but I assure you that
the Government of The
Bahamas is mindful of its
obligation and willing, as
soon as it is able, to respond

positively to the needs and:
‘-requirements of the people

of Rock Sound and Tarpum
Bay,” he said.

Mr Ingraham also respond-
ed to concerns raised by a
number of MPs, including
Oswald Ingraham, about the
lack of cable television and
Internet access in their com-
munities. He said constraints
on the expansion of service in
this regard, as far as the gov-

ernment is concerned, are.

two- fold: cost and the fact



HUBERT INGRAHAM

that Cable Bahamas is a pri-
vate company, over which
the government merely acts
as a regulator.

However, the Prime Min-
ister said the government is
“doing its utmost to have

_ cable extended to those com-

munities that do not now
have it”, which include Man-
grove Cay, most of the com-
munities.in central Andros,
parts of Long Island, parts of
Exuma, parts of New Provi-
dence and parts of Grand
Bahama.

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at the Bank.
The candidate will report to and consult with the Program Administrator who is
responsible for supervision, work assignments, advice, release of payments
and all other administrative and supervisory details.
The candidate must be “drug free” throughout the entire four (4) year contract
period. '
The candidate should register for and successfully complete a minimum of»

_ twelve (12) credits per semester as a full time student.
The candidate cannot be employed by a third party during the four (4) year

- period.

The candidate must become PC literate by the end of year one of the program.

BENEFITS
Credit Suisse AG; Nassau Branch will pay for the following costs whilst
the candidate is enrolled as a student at College of The Bahamas:

* Tuition and fees.at College of The Bahamas [full tuition].

* AHousing Allowance of $1,700.00 (year one), $1,800.00 (year two), and
$2,000.00 (year three and four).

* A Transportation Allowance of $1,500.00 (year one), $1,500.00 (year two), and
$1,600.00 (year three).

* Book Allowance; paid in full.

¢ Allowance for Miscellaneous expenses of $800. 00 per annum (year one) and
$1,500.00 per annum (year two).

* Special Allowance for candidates from the Family Islands $3,000.00 (year one),
$3,200.00 (year two), and $3,500.00 (year three)

* Health Insurance (provided the candidate submits to a medical-examination by
the Bank’s medical doctor prior to commencing Apprenticeship Program).

COVENANTS

* No consideration will be given to the sex, race or religion of the candidate
during the selection process.

* The Bank shall have no obligation towards the candidate with regards to
employment or scholarships atthe end of the four (4) year contract period.

PROGRAM OUTLINE

The Apprenticeship Program has a duration and contract period of four (4) years
as follows:

YEAR 1: Full time study at COB and part time employment per paragraph B) 4.
YEAR 2: Full time study at COB and part time employment per paragraph B) 4.
YEAR 3: Full time study at COB and part time employment per paragraph B) 4.
YEAR 4: Full time employment with the: Bank at an ane -level job at the Bank's
discretion.

In lieu of salary, the Benefits as per Paragraph C are paid during the first three
years of the program. During the fourth year, a salary will be paid in lieu of
tuition, fees and allowances (adjusted for cost of living increases). ,

NOTE: Students who are currently enrolled in
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body was examined. There were no signs of
foul play. The police subsequently escorted
the body to the morgue. Doctors officially
pronounced the man dead. In the passage of
time the autopsy was done. The body was cre-
mated. The remains have since been taken
out of the country,” said Assistant Commis-
sioner Hanna. ,

“If a person is being seen by a doctor over a ©

period of time for a particular ailment, the
doctor would normally attend the scene and
give a statement to the effect of whatever con-

. dition the-person was suffering,” he said.

Mr Tuckfield, who was a Florida native, was
the manager of the property where his body
was discovered, said Assistant Commissioner
Hanna. The daughter of the deceased admin-
istered his affairs. It is thought the body may
have been in the pool from late the previous
night.

Reports surfaced yesterday that the man
was found naked, floating in the pool. Specu-

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lation was raised.as to why police failed to
report the death.

* Lyford Cay Police with the assistance of the

Central Detective Unit investigated the sudden
death. Assistant Commissioner Hanna said it
was not announced to the public because there
were no suspicions of any criminal activity.
He said the victim died of natural causes, suf-
fering from a heart condition.

Unlike the Lyford Cay death, which was
not reported, police reported finding the body
of a man floating in the water to the rear of
Evans Condominiums, West Bay Street, Tues-
day.

According to police: “Once retrieved from
the water, the body was brought to the shore-
line. He appeared to be in his early to mid-for-
ties. From our preliminary viewing of the body
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or the past two
years, Jarelle

Nairn has been ~

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lines as an assis-
tant coach with the Salisbury
University Sea Gulls women’s
basketball team.

Next month, Nairn is sched-
uled to come home with Sea
Gulls’ head coach Charissa
Mapp to host a free-for-all
girls basketball clinic.

Dubbed Ballin’ by the
Beach, the clinic is slated to
run 9am to 3pm June 16-18
at the Kendal Isaacs Gymna-
sium and will be hosted by
the Bahamas Basketball Fed-
eration.

“Tm definitely looking for-
ward to coming back home
and giving back to the com-
munity,” said Nairn, who ini-
tiated the move to bring the
clinic to-the Bahamas.

“Coach Mapp is so knowl-
edgeable of the game. She’s a
woman of excellence and so I
know that the clinic will be a
success just because of that.”

Nairn, a former member of
the Bahamas women’s nation-
al basketball team and a one-
time coach of the Queen’s
College Comets’ senior girls
basketball team, said it’s an
honour for her to provide the
necessary “exposure that the
kids need at home.”

“Just playing home, you
really don’t get a sense of
what the real competition is



JARELLE NAIRN

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expand your horizon and
have people from other places
come in and teach. I’m not
saying that the product at
home isn’t good, but it’s
always good to have a vari-
ety. :
“T definitely think this will
be a good start of what is to
come as far as the develop-
ment of women’s basketball
at home. I think it could
become an annual event, not
just with Salisbury, but with
other coaches as they work
with the kids at home. So this
is definitely a step in the right
direction.”

A 2006 graduate of North

Carolina Agricultural and

Technical State University,
Nairn is doing post-graduate
classes. She is expected to
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“It’s just a wonderful
opportunity for us,” Mapp
said. :

At the camp, Mapp encour-
aged the participants to come
prepared to have “fun and
learn the fundamentals of the
game.”

‘We plan to do what we do
at any of our camps. The fun-
damentals never change,
regardless of how old you are.
So we will start with ball-han-
dling and passing and then we
will go into defense and

rebounding.”

A former player of the Uni-
versity of North Carolina Tar

-Heels, Mapp. served as the

assistant coach at Temple
University for four years
where she earned her Mas-
ter’s degree in education.

Although she has been an
assistant coach at the Divi-
sion One level’ for over 13
years, Mapp is in her first
sting as a head coach.

As for her assistant, Mapp
said she’s just as delighted to
have Nairn on board. ~

“Jurelle is a true asset,” she
said. “It was just a pleasure
to work with her and to watch
her grow as a coach. As both

. of us have island roots, it was

comfortable to work with her.

SEE page 18

Top players to
compete against
all-new Bahamas
beach v-ball team

SOME of the best AVP
and EVP players in the world,
from Canada and the US, are
expected to compete against
the all-new Bahamas beach
volleyball team over the
weekend. ;

The event —a series of exhi-
bition matches in hopes of
kicking off the new Beach
Volleyball Association — is set
to begin 7pm Friday, May 14,
and run through May 16 at
the world famous Nygstd
Cay, Lyford Cay.

“These world class players,
who competed in Olympic-
calibre events and in the
world championships, are spe-
cial guests of fashion guru
Peter Nygard. They will play

an all-new Bahamas squad :

comprised of top national
team members and others
interested in the sport,”
according to,a press state-
ment.

“The Bahamas squad have
been practicing religiously in
anticipation of these meets
and are looking to show that
the Bahamas is not a team to
take lightly. We have been

~ practicing several nights a

week at Nygard Cay in prepa-
ration for these meets,” said
one of the Bahamas team
players.

“We don’t expect to go
down easily and we have had
the best training, watching
videos of these players and
doing other things, thanks to
Peter Nygard.”

According to the Bahamas
team member, Peter Nygard
has spared no expense in get-
ting these players ready.

“He has brought in these
world class players basically
to give the Bahamas players
more world-class exposure to
competition.

Mr Nygard said he wants
these players to have an
opportunity to develop their
skills and be the best that they
can be.

“T make sure they have the
best available to them, so that

Association



_ they can take advantage of

oe sport and the beauty of
” he said.

pe on iuiomnaton
received from an employee at
Nygard Cay, these players
work out religiously almost
every night, sometimes late
in the night.

“Peter himself competes
with the team, as he is a com-
petitor said the employee.
And as a result he works
them extremely hard because
of the level of competition
that he wants them to attain.
‘. “Beach volleyball is new to
the Bahamas, even though we
have lots of beaches. ‘The
Bahamas Volleyball Federa-
tion has been slow in sanc-
tioning this Association, but
that does not stop the play-
ers who are interested in the
sport,” said the team. mem-
ber.

Peter Nygard has three of
the best beach volleyball
courts in the world, accord-
ing to a world-class player
who represented the US at
the last Olympic Games.

“These players visited the
courts last year and were sur-
prised that such excellent
facilities are available, but the
sport is not yet sanctioned,
It’s really sad to see that a
country like the Bahamas has
not taken advantage of all of
their amenities to have beach
volleyball as a competitive
sport in the country,” said the

player.
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Knowles
and Fish
lose in 2nd
round

By RENALDO DORSETT
Sports Reporter
rdorsett@tribunemedia.net

AFTER months of injuries
and setbacks, Bahamian ten-

nis ace Mark Knowles-and his -

regular doubles partner had
their reuniting tournament
run ended abruptly.
Yesterday, Knowles and
Mardy Fish fell in the second
round of the Madrid Masters
Open after a hard-fought,
three-set match, 5-7, 6-4, 10-8.
The unseeded Bahamian
American duo were ousted
by the eighth ranked team of
the draw, Mariusz Fyrsten-
berg and Marcin Matkowski
of Poland, in a match that
took approximately 90 min-
utes to complete.
.The Polish pair will
advance to face the winner of

.the match between American

twin brothers Bob and Mike
Bryan and the team of Marco
Chiudelli and Benjamin Beck-
er.

With the win, Fyrstenberg
and Matkowski also improved
to 11-11 on the year, while
Knowles and Fish fell to 3-3.

Tied at three games apiece
in the opening set, the eight

‘seeds pulled away to take the

set as they won 51 per cent of
total points, while their oppo-
nents took 49 per cent.

Fyrstenberg and Matkows- .

ki scored on six aces, while
they also.forced Knowles and
Fish into five double faults.
They began the tournament
with a 6- 3° 6-1 win over’ the
Spanish team of Daniel
Gimeno-Traver and Ivan
Navarro earlier this week. .
It has been a difficult year
for the new partnership as
Knowles continues to search
for consistency after parting
ways with Mahesh Bhupathi.
In the ATP tour’s season

opener, a prelude to the Aus--

tralian Open back in January,
Knowles went down with an
injury in ‘Sydney, Australia,
in the first round as they
eventually lost to the Aus-
tralian team of Carsten Ball
and Stephen Huss.

The injury kept Knowles
sidelined for about a month,

- and he and Fish.reunited:in

Memphis, Tennessee, in Feb-
ruary.

They-advanced to the semi- -

final of the tournament but
lost to the American team of
John Isner and Sam Querrey.

The duo again saw action
in ATP World Tour Masters
1000 in Miami, Florida, but
were eliminated in the first
round by the Russian team of
Igor Andreev and Mikhail
Youzhny.

In April, Fish went down |

with an injury in the quarter-
final of a Masters event in
Houston, Texas, against the

team of Mischa Zverev of:

Germany and Horacio Zebal-
los of Argentina.

Knowles hdd to scramble
to find partnerships over the
course of the next few tour-
naments. :

In Monte Carlo, he part-
nered with Brazilian Bruno
Soares and ended the streak
in Rome, Italy, last week
where they failed to get out of
round 16.

Knowles teamed up with
Australian Lleyton Hewitt
with whom he reached a tour-
nament final, but lost to
Daniel Nestor and Nenad
Zimonjic in three sets.

In the first round of that
tournament, Knowles and
Hewitt knocked off Soares

. and Marcelo Melo in two sets.

Fish was originally sched-
uled to make his return at the
end of the month, but used
the Madrid Open as a tune-up
before the second Grand
Slam Tournament for the
year.

Knowles and Fish are now
setting their sights squarely
on the French Open at
Roland Garros, set for May
23 to June 6, in Paris, France.





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THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010, PAGE 17





By HOWARD ULMAN
AP Sports Writer

WALTHAM, Mass. (AP) —
Glen Davis sat beside the prac-
tice court, recalling the last time
the Boston Celtics led a playoff
series 3-2.

That happened just last year
when an injured Kevin Garnett
had his own, seat at courtside.
He watched helplessly in street
clothes as the Celtics lost the
next two games to the Orlan-
do Magic in the Eastern Con-
ference semifinals.

Now Boston holds a 3-2 lead
in that same round against the

Cleveland Cavaliers. But Gar- ,

nett’s right knee is healthy again
and he’s playing some of his
best basketball.of the season.
His offense has picked up and
on Tuesday night he directed a
defense that shut down LeBron
James in a 120-88 rout in Cleve-
Jand.

“It’s a different Nanaane
when you’ve got one of your
star players | in there,” Davis
said ina son voice after a brief

practice Wednesday. “He can
carry a team with his actions.”
That’s what James usually
does. But one more loss Thurs-
day night in Boston and the
team with the NBA’s best
record won’t even reach the
conference final. Orlando
already has made it by sweeping
Atlanta in four games.

MVP

The league’s MVP had one
of his worst playoff games in
Game 5, finishing with 15 points
on 3-for-14 shooting after being
blanked from the field in the
first half. “We focused enough
on him getting to the basket. I
mean, my gosh, for (the first)
three games he basically had a
highway to the basket and our
thought was, we've got to get
bodies in front of him,” Boston
coach Doce Rivers said. “He’s
going to give us a great shot
(Thursday). We’re going to
have to take it, withstand it and
still win the game.’

The Celtics Big Three of Gar- |

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Garnett’s strong play boosts Celtics against Cavs

nett, Paul Pierce and Ray Allen
have been depicted at times as
too old to carry the team to its
second title in three years. They
totaled 37 points in a 29-point
loss in Game 3. But in Game
5, they combined for 64 in a 32-
point victory.

“When we play well, it’s
because of their experience,”
Rivers said with a smile. “When
we (stink) it’s because they’re
too old. That’s basically how
it’s been throughout and that, in
some ways, may be true at
times. But I would always lean
on the experience side.”

That’s where. Garnett comes
in. The 15-year veteran aver-
aged 14.3 points during the-reg-
ular season. But he has been
remarkably consistent against
Cleveland, scoring 18, 18, 19,
18, and 18 points in the five
games for an average of 18.2.
He also leads the team with 7.2
rebounds per game.

The Celtics want to feed him
in the post where the 6-foot-11
Garnett can work on his 6-9
defender.



KEVIN GARNETT gets a hug from teammate Paul Pierce (34) in
the fourth quarter in Game 5 of a second round playoff series in
Cleveland. The Celtics won 120-88 to take a 3-2 lead in the

series...
(AP Photo)

‘King’ James,

By TOM WITHERS
AP Sports Writer



INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) —

As a nation of critics dissected his rare .

poor playoff game, questioning his
effort, digging for deeper clues about
-his future and wondering if he has
what it takes to win an NBA champi-
onship, LeBron James worked on his
jumper.

As panic spread through the region,
swallowing his nearby hometown of
Akron and causing further damage to
Cleveland’s badly damaged sports psy-
che, James exuded “auiii.

There’s nothing I;> can do about
Game 5. It’s history MM.

Game 6 in Boston, however, is a
chance for redemption and. James
believes Cavaliers fans should be con-
fident. Why?, :

“They got me,” he said.

But which one? The league’s two-
time MVP? Or the guy who made 1 of
11 shots from the outside, stood



LEBRON JAMES, with a wrap around his
right elbow, brings the ball upcourt during

the first half of Game 3 in the second

round in Boston...
(AP Photo)

around passively on offense as the
Celtics pulled away to take a 3-2 series
lead and then raised eyebrows after-
ward by not being accountable and
saying, “I spoil a lot of people with
my play.”

One day after scoring 15 points in

the 120-88 loss — the Cavaliers’ worst ©

in playoff history — and being booed
by fans who wonder if they'll ever see
him play in person again, James, who
can leave Cleveland as a free agent
on July 1, said he and his teammates
understand their season, the one that
was supposed to end with a downtown
parade, is on the brink, “It’s win or
go home at this point,” he said. “All
these guys understand what’s at stake
and we look forward to it.”

Backed up against a wall, both lit-
erally and figuratively, James spent
nearly 12 minutes after practice on
Wednesday answering questions from

‘a media throng about the health of

his injured elbow; outside criticism
directed at Cavaliers coach Mike

Cavs still confident

Brown; his legacy; and postgame com-
ments by Cavs owner Dan Gilbert that
his All-Star laden team isn’t fulfilling
high expectations.

And for the first time, Famed!

referred to his elbow injury as “an
issue I'll deal with in the offseason.”

Mood

James was in a better mood than
after Game 5, when he was somewhat
somber and spoke with a sense of res-
ignation that he had done all he could.
He engaged in a competitive shoot-
ing game — at the basket closest to
the TV cameras — with teammates
before talking to reporters.

. At one point, he even joked he
should be given preferential treatment
because of his elbow, which has-been

- diagnosed as a sprain and is clearly

affecting his shot. “I’ve got a handicap

sticker on,” he yelled to teammates.

“You've got to give me special privi-
leges.”

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MAMMA




Woods

should
just call

it a year

By GREG STODA
The Palm Beach Post

WEST PALM BEACH,
Florida — He should quit for
the year.

Tiger Woods.should take
the time to heal — physically
and emotionally — to whatev-
er extent he can, and come
back to the PGA Tour for the
2011 season. He is apparently
headed for a divorce, has what
he’s guessing is a bulging disk
in his neck and has parted
ways with his swing coach.

Enough, already.

Woods walked off the TPC

Sawgrass course. during the

final round of The Players
Championship on Sunday with
neck pain'so severe his head

‘ached. and the fingers of his
‘right hand tingled. Now, he

should walk from whatever
schedule he has tentatively
planned.

. He’s living his whole life
tentatively, which is a miser-
able existence.

Woods won’t quit if he’s
able to play, of course, because
that’s how. he’s wired. “All I
can do is just fight,” is what
he. said during a Monday news
conference. Often, though, the
most imposing fight is the qui-_
et one a. man has with himself.

Woods quitting would have
less to do with surrender than-
it would rehabilitation. But if.
surrender is part of the
process, so be it. There’s the
matter of a greater good to
consider.

The Woads sex scandal has
resulted in a hellish, albeit self- :
inflicted, descent from iconic
status to a figure of ill repute.
“He’s carrying a great amount’
of shame, it seers to me,” said
John McCauley, a Boca
Raton, Fla.-based clinical and
sports psychologist. “He does-

“n’t appear to feel good about

himself. The spectators, in
some ways, are his jury.”

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Cricket World Promoters cautious on 2nd Pacquiao- -Mayweather deal Sale of Nets

Cup to use
CommGames
security plan

NEW DELHI (AP) —
Organisers of the 2011 crick-
et World Cup will draw their
security plans based on this

year’s Commonwealth
Games in New Delhi.
“The “Commonwealth

Games will be the benchmark
for us about security arrange-
ments,” World Cup director
Ratnakar Shetty told the
Press Trust of India on
Wednesday.

The Commonwealth
Games, scheduled for Octo-
ber 3-14, will be the biggest
multiple sport event in India
since the 1982 Asian Games.

The cricket World Cup is
to be jointly hosted by India,
Sri. Lanka and Bangladesh
during February and March.

“Security is an important
aspect for organising any
event in the Asian subconti-
nent,” Shetty said.

“People have doubts...
because of events that have
taken place in this part of the
world.”

Shetty said cricket organ-
isers in all three host nations
had the support of their
respective federal govern-
ments, which was considered
vital for staging international
events.

The three co-hosting crick-
et boards had already
appointed their own national
security managers, he said.

Shetty said it was manda-
tory for the three cricket
boards to appoint their own
security managers.

He said the security man-
ager for each country would
coordinate all arrangements,
execute security Dlans and
liaise with the government.

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others to protect him

By STEPHEN HAWKINS
AP Sports Writer

GRAPEVINE, Texas (AP) — Dallas Cowboys quar-
terback Tony Romo isn’t sounding too concerned about
life without five-time Pro Bow] left tackle Flozell Adams
protecting his blind side.

“T can’t worry about it,” Romo said Wedhecdey: “T
have to trust the people around me.’

That includes. fourth-year player Doug Fred, who is

expected to slide over to left tackle after starting the -

final seven regular season games last season on the right
side for injured Mark Colombo. It also includes newly
acquired Alex Barron and re-signed Montrae Holland.

“This will give us.competition, it will give us real expe-
rience if you add up all the games our offensive line has
played. That’s pretty impressive, and it gives us depth,”
team owner Jerry Jones said. “So I’ll be very candid
with you. I’m no longer concerned about the offensive
line at all. As a matter of fact, I like the mix.”

Romo hasn’t had the opportunity yet to throw passes
to first-round draft pick Dez Bryant. That will come
next week when the Cowboys hold the first of four con-
secutive weeks of workouts that will culminate with a
mandatory minicamp in mid-June. Training camp opens
in late July. “They say he’s pretty natural and fluid,”
Romo said of Bryant. “That’s obviously a good thing.”

Roy Williams is coming off a disappointing season
(38 catches, 596 yards, seven touchdowns) after Terrell
Owens’ departure cleared the way for him to be the No.
1 receiver. He expects to be better next season and wel-
comes the addition of Bryant, who the Cowboys got
with the 24th overall pick in last month’s draft.





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Pacquiao and Floyd May-
weather Jr are trying to keep
expectations low while they
prepare for another round of
negotiations for what could
be the richest fight in boxing
history.

Pacquiao promoter Bob
Arum says he’ll soon start

‘talking to Mayweather’s camp

about putting together the
world’s top two welterweights
for a November 13 bout in
either Las Vegas or Texas.



Yet Arum and Golden Boy
CEO Richard Schaefer, who
represents Mayweather, both
refuse to predict success after

. their first negotiations fell

apart over drug testing dis-
agreements.

Arum says Pacquiao still
can train for a fight while han-
dling his new duties as a con-
gressman in his HAEYS, Philip-
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MADRID (AP) — Top-

“tanked ‘Serena Williams was

upset at the Madrid Masters,
falling 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 to Nadia
Petrova of Russia i in the third
round.

Williams made 41 errors,
while the.16th-seeded Petrova
had 10 aces on Wednesday.

Williams had looked out of
form in a marathon match
against Vera Dushevina on
Tuesday, which lasted 3
hours, 26 minutes. It was the
longest match of her career.

Last year, Williams was

_ beaten in the opening round

in her first appearance at the
Madrid Masters.

Williams’ sister, Venus,
moved into the fourth round
by beating Francesca Schi-

‘avone 3-6, 6-1, 6-2.

to Russian
billionaire
complete

N E W
YORK (AP)
— The sale of
the New Jersey
Nets to Russian
billionaire
Mikhail
Prokhorov has
been formally
completed: —

The financial] PROKHOROV

transaction was ©



closed at 12:30pm Wednes- |

day, the team announced in’

a statement. That came a day

after Mikhail Prokhorov’s
purchase of the team was
approved by NBA’s owners,
who welcomed the first non-
North American into their
club.

‘Russia’s richest man agreed
to buy 80 per cent of the Nets.
and 45 per cent of.an arena
project in Brooklyn from
developer Bruce Ratner late
last year. Final approval of
the sale was delayed until the
state of New York had taken
over all the land seized under
eminent domain at the site of
the team’s Barclays Center in

_Brooklyn.

The long- delayed 18,000-
seat arena should open in
2012.

“This much-anticipated day
has finally come and now the
real fun begins of building a
championship team with a
state-of-the-art home in the
Barclays Center_at Atlantic
Yards,” Prokhorov said. “It’s
a wonderful opportunity to
combine great sports and

_ good business, and I look for-

ward to working with Bruce
Ratner and Forest City and

with the Nets organisation as °

we move ahead.

“To the fans, whether in
New Jersey, Brooklyn, or
Moscow, I will do everything
I can to give you a winning
team. See you at the draft lot-
tery.”

- The Nets hope Prokhorov’s
wealth — estimated at $9.5
billion through his banking
and metals businesses — will
be used to help them bounce

~ back from a 12-70 finish that

included an NBA-worst, 18-

game losing streak to open.

the season.

The team was ruined by
cost-cutting moves under Rat-
ner, who signed off on the
trades of Jason Kidd, Kenyon
Martin, Vince Carter and
Richard Jefferson. There’s
money to spend now, with an
estimated $23 million in salary
cap room heading into ‘7e
agency this summer, wha
LeBron James, Dwyane
Wade and Chris Bosh are
among the players who could
be available.

‘Prokhorov already has
proven he can build a winning
basketball team, owning a
share of European power
CSKA Moscow.

‘Top players to compete

against all-new Bahamas
beach v-ball team .

FROM page 16

' “We love coming down
here and playing, because
everything is almost picture
perfect for this sport. In addi-

‘tion, Peter takes excellent
care of us. But the Bahamas |

and its citizens are being
deprived of an opportunity to
participate in another core
sport.”

_ Beach volleyball has not yet
been sanctioned as a sport
by the BVF, and many people
are wondering why it-has not
attained the support of the
federation, said the player.

“It seems that many of the.

executives have not gotten
around to exploring the
options and seeing the bene-
fits. After all, beach volley-
ball is an Olympic sport and

one of the more popular ones
as well.

“However, all of that is
expected to change as more
people on the executive level
are finally seeing the benefits
and realizing that they have
been denying the Bahamian
people another option in
sports.

“Nygard himself has been
canvassing the local execu-
tives here in anticipation of
getting this association sanc-
tioned. He had expressed ini-
tially that he would cover all
expenses — he also envisions
beach volleyball to be the
sport of choice in the Family
Islands with inter-island tour-
nament play.

Persons interested in
attending the matches (invi-
tation only) can call 677-4000
at Nygard Cay.

‘Free-for-all’ girls b-ball clinic

FROM page 16

She’s a sponge, wanting to
learn any and everything
about the game and that has
really put a stamp on our pro-
gramme. Anyone who comes
after her will have some big
shoes to full, so to speak.”
Except for Nairn, Mapp has
not had any direct contact
with any Bahamian student-

athletes, but she indicated
that hopefully from the clinic,
she will get to make some
lasting relationships that will
eventually lead to some
Bahamian players securing
athletic scholarships in the
future to attend Salisbury
University where they will
suit up in a Sea Gulls uniform
on the women’s basketball
team.



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THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010, PAGE 19



PELICAN BAY LEADS WAY AS FIVE BAHAMIAN PROPERTIES MAKE WEBSITE LIST OF TOP HOTELS

Simply
the best!

FIVE resort properties in the Bahamas
have made the list of hotels named the best
for quality and value 6n the popular travel
website Expedia.com, with Pelican Bay at
Lucaya in Freeport leading the way.

The website’s 2010 Insiders’ Select list
has awarded Pelican Bay a 99.30 score for
quality and value. Last year’s score was
86.03.

Pelican Bay is the number one of the
five Bahamas hotels making the list and is
ranked ninth in the Caribbean.

This year marks the fourth year that Pel-
ican Bay has made the Expedia Insiders’
Select list.

Other Bahamas hotels on this year’s list

include The Cove Atlantis with a score of
96.00; the One and Only Ocean Club with
ascore of 95.60; the Sheraton Nassau Beach
Resort with a score of 91.70, and the
Atlantis Royal Towers with a score of
88.90. .

A news release from the website said:
“The Expedia Insiders’ Select list is an

annual award recognising the very best.

hotels available in Expedia’s global mar-
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and notable value. The Expedia Insiders’
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globally across Expedia sites — earning a
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lence.”
’ Magnus Alnebeck, general manager of

bled” by having been placed so high on -

the Expedia’s list.
“Our efforts to increase value and happy
customer experiences at our hotel do not

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to exceéd guests’ expectations.”

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TWENTY YEAR OLD Braneka Bassett was crowned Miss
Bahamas World 2010 on Sunday night in the Atlantis Impe-
rial Ballroom. Seventeen beauties vied for the coveted title
of Miss Bahamas World, but it was Braneka Bassett with
her platform of “Empowering Our Youth" who beat out her
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PASTOR EDNA
ROLLE of Church of
God of Prophecy,
Kemp’s Bay, South
Andros, is pictured
above receiving
Mother’s Day flow-
ers from her son
Mark Rolle and his
family. Pastor Rolle
was honoured this
weekend at the
2010 Bahamas
National Gospel
Excellence Awards.



The Bahamas Technical & Voca-

LOCAL NEWS

MOTHER'S DAY es wy PASTOR EDNA ROLLE


















Commission has made it possible for

BIVI students pass refrigerant usage certification exam

tional Institute (BTVI) recently
received a contribution of $7,000
from The Bahamas Environment
Science and Technology Commis-
sion (BEST) in support of the Unit-
ed States Environmental Protection
Agency Air-conditioning and Refrig-
erant Management Certificate
Examination Scholarship Fund. The
scholarship will assist qualified stu-
dents enrolled in the Heating/Ven-
tilation & Air Conditioning Pro-
gramme (HVAC).

This certification is an Interna-
tional requirement in the service sec-
tor of the HVAC industry and cer-
tifies levels of knowledge in refrig-
erant recovery methods, refrigerant
leak detection methods, system
dehydration, refrigerant safety and
refrigeration cylinder handling. Stu-
dents must pass a core section and at

least one other sub-section to -

achieve certification.

. "Weare glad to support the Schol-
arship Fund," said Philip Weech,
Director of BEST. "The BEST
Comunission has always been a
strong proponent of higher educa-

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the four scholarship recipients to
receive 2010 EPA Certification:
Samuel Smith, Brandon Knowles,
. Kyle Pinder and Michael Cooper.

"It is joyful to work around people
who demonstrate their environmen-
tal awareness through action, and
who comply with environmentally-
safe measurements," says Brandon

‘Knowles, HVAC student. "I am
thankful for being a recipient of the
‘Scholarship. The scholarship lessens
my financial worries and provides
assistance for-me as I continue my
education." eke

Some scholarship recipients work .
part-time in Physical Plant, which
provides an opportunity for them to
interact with the staff while earning
valuable work experience on cam-

_ pus. Many students have worked
with various departments for their.

PICTURED LEFT 10 RIGHT: Mr Philip Weech Director BEST Commission, Brandon Knowles Student, Samuel Smith Student, entire BTVI academic career and

Kyle Pinder Student, Michael Cooper Student, Dr. Ilva Dahl Manager/Consultant BTVI.

tion and we feel that by supporting
this scholarship we are investing in
the future generation of well-round-

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keep in touch years after gradua--
tion. The scholarship programme

“To have 80 percent of BTVI stu- _ ing the students for a great career,” has been an excellent opportunity
dents pass this exam for the first stated Dr. Iva Dahl, Manager/Con- to build upon this sense of family
time is tremendous and shows that _ sultant for BTVI. ;
we are doing things right in prepar- The generosity of The BEST _ student successes.

and to continue to further support

THE SEARCH FOR A PRESIDENT

The College Council of The College of The Bahamas (COB) is. pleased to
announce a search for a new President and invites nominations and expres-
sions of interest in this outstanding opportunity for leadership at a truly:
unique institution. After’ nearly thirty-five years of serving The Bahamas,
first as a two-year institution, then as a four-year degree-granting College,

COB expects to become The University of The Bahamas. As it moves to
solidify: its university status, COB will continue to deliver excellent under-
graduate teaching while developing new undergraduate and graduate pro-
grams, increasing research and innovation activities, and focusing its work in
areas crucial to national development.

Since its founding in 1974, The ‘College of The Bahamas has grown in repu-

| tation and currently enrolls over 5000 students in undergraduate and gradu-

ate education. The institution grants primarily bachelor’s degrees, and will
launch its first master’s degree ‘later this year. Currently, COB offers joint
master’s degrees in conjunction with other accredited universities and col-
leges within: the United States and enjoys extensive links with higher educa-
tion institutions in the Caribbean, North America and Great Britain.

NOMINATION AND APPLICATION PROCESS

A prospectus for this search with information about the institution, the prior-
ities for the new president, a full enumeration of qualifications for the posi-
tion, and instructions for submitting applications or nominations may be

ifound under “Current Searches” at www.academic-search.com. Those con-

sidering-becoming candidates are urged to visit this Web site before submit-
ting application materials. A complete application shall include a thoughtful
letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and a list of at least five professional ref-
erences (with email addresses and telephone numbers) and must be received
by June 9th, 2010. Nominations, inquiries and applications are treated confi-
dentially and should be submitted electronically (MS Word or PDF) to:
COBPresident@academic-search.com
Additional information on The College of The Bahamas may be obtained
from The College’s website, http://www.cob.edu.
Maya Kirkhope.and Bill Franklin of Academic Search, Inc. are assisting with
this search. Nominations and expressions of interest will be treated in confi-
dence and may be directed to:

Dr. Bill Franklin

Senior Consultant
Academic Search, Inc.
Washington, D.C., USA

bjf@academic-search,com
- (830) 249-1444

Maya Ranchod Kirkhope

Senior Consultant

Academic Search, Inc.

Washington, D.C., USA
maya.kirkhope@academic-search.com
(703) 380 9195

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hands forming the Scout
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help other people and to
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THE FULL COMPLIMENT of the 20th Grand Bahama Cub-Scout Pack pose for a group soigtté following -
their investigure as the newest group in The Bahamas to join the world-wide Brotherhood of Scouts.
They are attached. to the Maurice E. Moore Primary School and pictured at left, second row, is the Prin-
cipal, Mrs. Victoria E. Wright. At extreme right, second row, is Mr. T. Maitland Cates who gave the
new Cub-Scouts words of encouragement.

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IN KEEPING with it's
commitment to donate
part proceeds from it's
Kalik Calendar sales to
the Bahamas Crisis Cen-
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Jannifer Thurston, pre-
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Novelette Fox, in the
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Canadian school
visits St Andrew’s

STUDENTS and teachers
from the St. Matthew
Catholic High School in
Ottawa, Canada, recently
visited the Bahamas to
engage in a cultural and edu-
cational exchange pro-
gramme with the St
Andrew’s School in Nassau.

The relationship between
the two schools began in the
Spring of 2009, when
Kathryn Dillette, Peter Wil-

_son and Keith Fadely from

St Andrew’s School accom-
panied a group of middle
school students to Queen’s
University in Kingston,
Canada, on a field trip to
participate in the SEEDS
University Enrichment Pro-
gramme.

Also attending at the time
was a group of students
from'Ottawa’s St Matthew
Catholic High School.

A friendship quickly
developed between the
schools, among the teachers
and students alike.

Mr Duguay, an enrich-
ment and guidance teacher
from St Matthew’s, saw sim-
ilarities between both
schools and realised that
they could easily link both

communities on another lev-

el. After months of plan-

ning and communication, a
formal proposal was brought
to the attention of their
respective school officials to
consider the possibility of a
student exchange.

Both principals, Sharon
Wilson from St Andrew’s

and Christopher-Mes-from'~

St Matthew, endorsed the
initiative and planning
quickly ensued. -

Cultural

Last month, a group of 22
students and five teachers
arrived in Nassau for a long
anticipated nine-day cultur-
al and educational experi-
ence.

St Andrew’s paired Cana-
dian students with weléom-
ing host Bahamian students
and families and then organ-
ised a multitude of cultural,
educational and sporting
events both on and off cam-
pus.

“Mr (Peter) Wilson is to
be commended for being an
exceptional leader and
ambassador of St Andrew’s
School,” said Claude Tardif,
an accompanying teacher
from St Matthew, “thanks
to his efforts, this opportu-
nity has offered a unique



forum by which both school
communities can learn and
appreciate each others’ cul-
tures.”

The wheels are now in
motion for the Canadians to
reciprocate with a visit from
the Bahamians to Canada in

the winter of 2011.

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INTERNATIONAL NEWS.

THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010, PAGE 25



Nuclear
agency set
to focus
on Israel

VIENNA

ISRAEL'S | secretive
nuclear activities may under-
go unprecedented scrutiny
next month, with a key meet-
ing of the International
Atomic Energy Agency ten-
tatively set to focus on the
topic for the first time,
according to documents
shared with The Associated
Press.

‘A copy of. the restricted
provisional agenda of the
IAEA's June 7 board meet-
ing lists "Israeli nuclear capa-
bilities" as the eighth item —

the first time that that the.
agency's decision-ma ng‘

body is being asked to deal
with the issue in its 52 years
of existence.

The agenda can still under-
go changes in the month
before the start of the. meet-
ing and a senior diplomat
from a board member nation
said Friday the item, included
on Arab request, could be
struck if the U.S. and other
Israeli allies mount strong
opposition. He asked for
anonymity for discussing a
confidential matter.

Even if dropped from the
final agenda, however, its
inclusion ‘in the May 7 draft
made available to. The AP is
significant, reflecting the suc-
cess of Islamic nations in giv-
ing concerns about: Israel's
unacknowledged nuclear

“arsenal increased promi-
nence.

The 35-nation IAEA board
is the agency's decision mak-

ing body and can refer prolif- |

eration concerns to the U.N.
Security Council — as it did
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believed slain in a U.S. missile
strike, is alive and threatening
to attack U.S. targets, according
to the Associated Press.

The appearance by Pakistan
Taliban leader Hakimullah
Mehsud occurred one day after
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for an attempted car bombing
that fizzled in New York City's
Times Square last weekend —
a claim that New York officials

dispute.

Late last year, the insurgent
network claimed a role in the
suicide attack that killed seven
CIA employees at Camp Chap-
man in eastern Afghanistan —
scene of Monday's bombing.

Afghanistan's Interior Min-
istry said one civilian was killed
and two others were wounded
in Monday's attack. A U.S.
Army spokesman said only the

bomber died but two other peo- °

ple were wounded.

Although the New York
claim remains in dispute, the
series of events — including a
second attack on the CIA base
in four months — indicated the

‘Pakistan Taliban are trying to

show they remain a potent
force despite setbacks during
Pakistani military offensives in
recent months.

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Port’s 20-year City Markets ‘close’

‘exclusivity’
blocks PLP

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

PRIME
Minister }
Hubert Ingra-
ham appears
to have ff
blocked any
possibility the
Progressive
Liberal Party
(PLP) could
abandon the
$60-$65 million Arawak Cay
port by giving its existing pri-
vate sector shareholders a 20-
year “exclusivity period” on
port operations for the whole
of New Providence and Par-
adise Island.

The Memorandum. of
Understanding '. (MoU)
between the Government and
Arawak Port Development
(APD’s) 19 shareholders,
which was tabled in the
House of Assembly, appears
to be designed to cut off any
attempt by Opposition leader
Perry, Christie and his party
to revive their proposed

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gets effective 20-year
monopoly on port
operations

* New port to have 75, 000
TEU capacity and receive
- $4.75m in customs
duty exemptions
for construction

* While private sector has
Board majority, chair
must be ‘approved’ by
government, which has

power to stop key
actions/decisions by

_ refusing approvals .

* Port and Gladstone
Road depot to be
leased for 45 years, with
construction completion
by June 27, 2011

SEE page 10B

‘Sweeping’ Customs
Act reforms set for
tmid-2011 enactment

By NEIL HARTNELL -
Tribune Business Editor

“SWEEPING” reforms to
the Customs Management
Act, which the Government
hopes to enact by next year,
are designed to simplify pro-
cedures and make the depart-
ment more efficient, the
Comptroller telling Tribune
Business that increasing Cus-
toms revenues - which are
down $50 million year-to-date
- was also a key objective.

Glenn Gomez told this

newspaper that the revised
Act would ensure the Cus-
toms Department “did some
‘of the things we should be
doing, but haven’t”, ‘such. as
adopting and enforcing World
Customs Organisation
(WCO) standards, bringing a
legislative framework passed
in 1976 into the modern era.
The reforms will also
enable the Bahamas to fulfill

its obligations under the Eco- .

nomic Partnership. Agree-
ment (EPA) with the Euro-
pean Union (EU), which
mandates that this nation start
reducing customs duties

across the entire tariff sched- .

ule from January 1, 2011,
onwards, in addition to

* Changes aim to make
Department more efficient
and user-friendly, plus
increase revenues.

which are down
$50m year-over-year

* Rules of Origin, Valuation

- revamp and Code
of Conduct among

_ proposed’amendments

omy/tax system for World

Trade Organisation (WTO) -

membership. _

Mr Gomez said yesterday
that the Customs Depart-
ment, which is working with
AEON Customs Consultants,
hired by the Ministry of
Finance to help reform the
existing Act, was now review-
ing a draft paper on the issue
and making adjustments to
the proposals.

- “There should be quite a
number of changes in the new

legislation versus what we |

have now,” Mr Gomez told
Tribune Business. “One of

the things we need, but have. .

not done much about, is the
Valuation Section of the Cus-

to $100m i in sales

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

ity Markets will be

“close” to gener-

ating $100 million

in sales for its 2010

financial year that closes next

month, as it focuses on mar-

keting and improved product

variety to effect a “turn-

around” in its financial per-

formance, its chief executive

saying: “Failure is not an
option”.

Speaking to Tribune Busi-

. hess after the 11-store grocery
_ chain had unveiled a $6.6 mil-

lion net loss for the first nine
months of its current finan-
cial year, Derek Winford said
that while the recession
“makes the turnaround much
more difficult”, some initial
glimmers of light had come
from improved sales in Nas-
sau - now Jess than 9 per cent
behind like-for-like compara-
tives from 2009.
Acknowledging that it was
“going to cost money” for
City Markets, which operates
as Bahamas Supermarkets,
“to get those customers back”
that it had lost previously, Mr
Winford said the grocery
chain had initiated a series of

* Chief executive acknowledges company 20% Sal

way through turnaround, but ‘failure is not an option

* Pledges to ‘win’ battle and ‘save as many jobs
as possible’, as grocery chain focuses on
marketing and product to win customers back
* Direct imports accounting for 30% 3
of goods, and improving margins
* Nassau sales improve to less than 8 per cent down
year-over-year, but Freeport still dragging at 20% off

short-window promotions to
entice Bahamians back into
its stores.

He added that City Mar-

kets had already “gotten some .

really good success on the
Weekend Sizzlers”, which
involves deeper discounts
than normal on selected pro-
duce - but only making these
available to customers at
weekend.

The chain has also initiated
‘Frozen Fridays’, featuring
discounts on its frozen pro-
duce, and Wacky Wednes-
days - discounts only on
Wednesday.

“We have quite a few mar-
keting plans, and we are going
to be introducing a number
of themes to our marketing,”

Mr Winford told Tribune

Business. “Apart from mar-

keting, our number one focus -

is the product range and the
variety, so that customers get

99.9 per cent of their needs ©

at City Markets. That’s going
to play a special part in how
we move forward.”

Customer surveys, he.

added, had shown that “the
number one thing customers
want is to get 100 per cent of
their shopping needs when
they come into City Markets.
That was the number one
complaint: they were not get-

ting all their shopping needs .

at City Markets. That’s where
the focus is going to be”.

SEE page 5B

‘Nothing short of criminals’

By NEIL HARTNELL:

Tribune Business Editor

A GOVERNMENT min-
ister yesterday branded per-
sons who excavated hills to
obtain fill without having the
proper permits as “nothing
short of criminals”, telling a
seminar that such practices
had been allowed to persist
because the Bahamas had a
“culture that is fearful of
enforcement and powerful

“people”.

Dr Earl Deveaux, minister
of the environment, respond-
ing to questions about the
increased scarring of the

Bahamian landscape by per-

" * Minister blasts illegal excavators of hills.

for fill in desire-‘to make a quick dollar’

* Says such practices have persisted because _
Bahamas has ‘culture ‘fearful of enforcement,
politicians, powerful figures and bigetty people’

* Indicates government may wait for Hawksbill Creek
to expire before enforcing planning Act in Freeport.

sons excavating hills without
permits, told a Higgs & John-
son-organised event that a
lack of enforcement and inter-
est by ordinary Bahamians -
coupled with the desire to
“make a quick dollar” - had
resulted in this practice reach-
ing endemic levels.

“The lack of conviction on

many people’s part and the
desire of developers to make
a quick dollar, competes
against the desire to keep the
hills,” Dr Deveaux said. “We
don’t have a culture that pro-
vides for enforcement, we
don’t have community desire

SEE page 9B

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THE BAHAMAS saw
pleasure yacht arrivals
increase by 11 per cent last
year over 2008, with Bimini
cornering the market, boast-
ing 52 per cent of market
share and increases of 21.8 ©
per cent over the same period,.
according to Ministry of
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The Ministry’s senior direc-
tor of research, Gary Young,
said during the Marina Oper-
ators of the Bahamas’ (MOB)
boat and security workshop
that boaters had-an average
spend per night of $153 per
person.

“Most major islands.
showed negative trends while
Bimini grew in 2008 and
2009,” he said. .

According to Mr Young,
almost 50 per cent. of those
stopover boaters originated
in Miami or Fort Lauderdale,
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Ensuring the
price is right

ONE of the most frequent-
ly asked questions in the web
design business -is: “How
much should I charge?” A
colleague sums it up quite
nicely with this question:
“How much does a car or a
house cost?” This illustrates

- the fact that there are many
variables placed on the total
cost of designing a website
and, nine times out of 10, the
answer might cause clients to
run for the hills.

Naturally, designing
requires a certain degree of
expertise and professionalism.
Unfortunately, clients are
‘often unfamiliar with the
amount of knowledge
required for a seamless fin-
ish. Nevertheless, if you're
contracting with the girl
scouts, I'd suggest you ask for
payment in cookies, but if
you're talking to a Fortune
500 company and the chief
executive feels it is cool to
have a website for a 37,000
square foot estate, let’s settle
for $1,000 per-page or more.
Seriously, there’s no cookie-
cutter method to magically set
design rates... —

I suspect most of us at some
time or other have faced the
challenge of putting a price
tag on ourselves. While most
of us are modest fellows, (and
gals), and tend to, want to
keep it cheap-so we don’t
scare the potential customer,
know this: as a designer you
will become more refined and
reach a confidence level
where you charge what you
charge, take it or leave it.

Nevertheless, there are
many factors which can ‘help
you decide on how to charge
hourly, and perhaps you may
need to consider some of
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project, determine whether or
not your client needs a

domain name and how many

‘rental years are desired. Are
images part of the project?
Would contents be written by
the designer? Will there be
any Flash, multimedia, pro-

gramming or scripting
required? '
Content Development:

Evaluate research and con-
tent, which is time consuming
and, even if provided, most

times has to be reworked for

promotional purposes.

Timeline:

We are all aware that the
more urgent or demanding a
project, the more you can
generally charge, right? But
be sure that if you agree to
an accelerated schedule, it's
one you can meet. It is my
opinion that 'clients will
respect you much more if you
are transparent and state
upfront if you cannot meet a
deadline.

A general rule of thumb:

Never bid on a project you
do not have the resources to
complete, because chances
are you will be scrambling
two days before the due date.
Get as clear and specific a
contract as possible. Quite
frankly, clients’ prefer design-
ers not experimenting on their
dime. (Be careful with this
particular agreement, as it can
ruin your integrity.

Experience:
Likewise, the more experi-

fb ve

ence, the more you can

charge. Bear in mind, howev-

er that if you don't have a
sound knowledge of Flash
that your client desires, you
shouldn't rely on your two
weeks and a half training of
HTML coding to increase
prices!

Long Term maintenance:

Often, when a website is
commissioned, the client has
not thought beyond mainte-
nance, so ensure if you are
required to cover mainte-
nance and get a separate con-

. tract for that aspect of the job

as well.

Market Rate:

This can often be difficult
to determine, but the best
method is to seek feedback
from other design colleagues
on pricing. Nonetheless,
research has shown that a

‘general guideline for a basic

website with graphics and text
is $100 per page to desibn. To
register your domain. name

‘(www.whatever_you_name.co
m) is about $35 per year. You |

will also need a server to
house your site (and files).

This cost varie,s but a dedi- -

cated server for your files
alone is about $300 per year.
This typically-includes e-mail

accounts for yourself and oth-
ers. Yes, you can also ‘rent’ '

space from an existing server
for about $150 a year.
Remember, these prices are
not written in stone, as the
exact cost for web sites varies
with each client, depending
upon their individual need.

Pro Bono:
Be careful with pro bono
work, as family and friends

\ love ‘pro bonos’. However,

others will argue that a client

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Cruise line prices Spirit out of market

By CHESTER ROBARDS
Business Reporter
crobards@tribunemedia.net

THE BAHAMAS Cele-
bration ferry/cruiseline has
priced Spirit Airlines out of
the Grand Bahama travel
market, offering fares that
amount to even less than the
airline’s taxes on a ticket, a
deputy director-general at the
Ministry of Tourism and Avi-

ation (MOTA) said yester-
day.

The lost seats will be
replaced by American Air-
lines and Bahamasair.

David Johnson, who is also
in charge of airlift develop-
ment, said the option to cruise
to South Florida in four hours
with a large number of free
luggage pieces was the selling
point for the Bahamas Cele-
bration and the catalyst for

the demise of Spirit's airlift,
into the island.

According to Mr Johnson,
Spirit struggled on its Grand
Bahama direct from Fort
Lauderdale service in the two
years it operated. It found the
route, which was serviced by
a jet; expensive to maintain.

“It was expensive to oper-
ate a jet on such a’short run
and the economics were not
going to change,” he said.

City Markets ‘close’
to $100m in sales

FROM page 1B

The re-starting of City Mar-
kets’ direct import pro-
grammes had already made
“a positive impact on the mar-
gins” in the company’s busi-
ness, with produce sourced
directly from suppliers abroad
now accounting for 30 per
cent of the supermarket’s
product mix.

Acknowledging that City
Markets’ turnaround was
“maybe 20 per cent there”,
and that it would “take a cou-
ple of years” - possibly into
2012 - to get the company
sback profitability, Mr Win-
ford said Trinidadian con-
glomerate Neal & Massy,
which controls the company’s

majority shareholder, BSL |

Holdings, would not allow the
chain to fail.

“They will nurse it until it
comes back to health,” Mr

Winford told Tribune Busi- '

ness. “We know we are in a
turnaround situation. It is not
a bankruptcy situation. It is
nota situation where Citv
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“Tt’s a situation where we’re
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we ride out the storm. We’re
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are tough. This is a turn-
around that.we’re going to
win because we have a lot of
commitment and energy and
financial strength. Failure is
not an option.”

Mr Winford said regaining
market share and increasing
top-line sales was vital to
returning City Markets to the
black. Following several
“good months” in January-
March, sales in Nassau were

now less than 9 per cent ©

behind the year before.
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cent year-over-year, Mr Win-
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Expenses for 2010 to date
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Asked whether there might
be additional job losses fol-

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Spirit also rolled out a con-
troversial deal that required
travellers to pay for luggage
put in overhead biu,s and it
always required passengers to
pay for checked luggage..

Mr Johnson said the mar-
ket for: Spirit's Nassau route
has not foundered.

Now, American Airlines
and Bahamasair have replen-
ished the seats going into

\

Grand Bahama from Florida

and have added 200 more.
Mr Johnson also revealed

that the Ministry is in talks

with American to convince |

them to further increase their
airlift into'Grand Bahama,
but it has not made a defini-
tive decision on the matter.
However, it has increased the
frequency of flights into the
island compared to 2009.

“They are doing reasonably
well, and we were in discus-
sions with them to increase
further,” said Mr Johnson.

Minister of Tourism, Vin-
cent Vanderpool-Wallace,
said replacing Spirit Airlines
with American Airlines also
adds the benefit of global con-
nections.

“We will have a much
improved service,” he said.

As a privately-owned, mid-sized Bahamian Company

and the authorized Caterpillar dealer in the Bahamas,

we are seeking candidates for the position of
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the position of Electrical Technician. The indi-
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TEACHERS AND SALARIED WORKERS || |

CO-OPERATIVE CREDIT UNION LTD. ;

| _ NOTICE OF 7
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

TO: All Members of Teachers and Salaried Workers | :
Co-operative Credit Union Limited i
East Street South and Independence Drive

Notice is hereby given that the Thirty-Third (33rd) 4
Annual Meeting of Teachers & Salaried Workers Co- |f
operative Credit Union Limited will be held at the |
British Colonial Hilton Hotel, located on Bay Street, ;
on Saturday, May 22, 2010 commencieg: at 8:00 a.m. i
for the following purposes: :

To receive the Report of the Board of Directors
of 2009 i
To receive the Audited Accounts of 2009. i
To elect members of the Board of Directors. ;
To elect members of the Supervisory Committee
To discuss and approve the Budget for 2010.
To take action on such matters as may come
before the meeting.

Lenn King
Secretary

NB: VISITORS AND CHILDREN ARE WELCOMED,
HOWEVER, THEY WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
THEIR LUNCH AT A COST OF $22.50 PER
PERSON

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“Meeting the needs of advertisers
and readers motivates me to do oy
a good job. The Tribune is /
my newspaper.”

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GOVERNMENT NOTICE
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
NOTICE



Procurement for Cleaning Supplies for the Year 2010 |



1.0 The Ministry of Education (hereafter called the “Purchaser’) now
invites sealed bids, from Suppliers for the procurement Cleaning
Supplies for the School Year 2010.




2.0 Interested Bidders may inspect/collect the bidding documents from
the Purchasing/Supplies Section of the Ministry of Education,
Headquarters, The Teacher’s Credit Union Building, East Street,
from Monday 3 May, 2010, and obtain further information, at the
second address given below.




3.0 Bids must be in English and shall be enclosed in duplicates in a
sealed envelope bearing no identity of the bidder and endorsed
with the subject bided on (“Cleaning Supplies” ).



4.0 Bids must be deposited in the tender box provided, at the first
address, on or before Friday, 21st May, 2010 by 5:00 p.m (local
time). It will not be necessary to submit bids in person since It may
be sent by mail. Late bids will be rejected and returned unopened.




5.0 Bids will be opened at the public ceremony, in the presence of
those Bidder(s) or their Representative (s) who choose to attend,
at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, 25th May, 2010 at the first address

below.







(1) The Chairman Tender’ °
Ministry of Finance
Cecil Wallace Whitfield
Cable Beach

P.O. Box N-3017
Nassau, The Bahamas
Tele: (242)327-1530









Purchasing/Supplies Section
Ministry of Education

P.O. Box N-3913/4

Nassau, The Bahamas
Tele: (242) 502-2700

(2)





6.0 The Ministry reserves the right to accept or reject any or all tender.



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THE | RIBUNE



BUSINESS

‘Sweeping’ Customs
Act reforms set for
mid-2011 enactment

FROM page 1B

toms Management Act - how
we value stuff imported, as
we will be doing a different
method of valuation.

“We'll have a Code of Con-
duct in it. We did a draft some

years ago, and we’re revising .

that and remodelling that.
That'll be part of it.”

The Comptroller said the
reformed Customs Manage-
ment Act would also seek to

incorporate standards and,

other information laid down
to the Department by the
World Customs Organisation,
which had never been prop-
erly implemented.

Mr Gomez said the Gov

ernment and Department
were looking to be carried
“quite a distance” by the
“sweeping reforms” they were
attempting to enact “with one
hand”. In essence, they have
decided to.do the reforms “all
at once”, given the trade

‘treaties the Bahamas has

signed and the standards that

: will be imposed by the WTO.

“One of thé primary things
we're hoping for is to simplify
the process for persons util-
ising our services, and second
- and very importantly - to

. increase our revenues,” the

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Comptroller'added.

“There are currently a lot
of documents that people
have to utilise, but once we
have the new Act and start

using the Automated System, ©

there should be fewer inci-
dents of persons bargaining
with officers in remote
islands. There will not be so
much human contact, so there
will be less ability to impede
revenue collection. Our effec-
tiveness will be improved.”

The revised Customs Man-.

agement Act includes a sec-
tion on ‘Electronic Data
Interchange (EDI) for the
Electronic Submission of
Documents’. It appears that
the Government and Customs
Department are pinning their
hopes on the increased use of
IT to cut down on tax evasion
loopholes and smuggling, with
a central database collecting
all information and limiting
opportunities for importers to
‘work’ with certain Customs
officers.

“T think we’re down now,
so far this year, $50 million
behind last year,” Mr Gomez
said. “But every year the fore-
cast is a little more optimistic
than we’d like it to be. There’s
always a thought from the
Ministry [of Finance] that we
can do better than last year,
but then reality sets in.”

In a note published by the
Government#Mr Gomez said
the revised*Customs Man-
agement Act would be table
in Parliament next year and
“enacted by mid-2011”, with
implementation set to follow
shortly. ~

“It would mean that any
officer who has been here for
10 years now will have to
learn new things. It will.be a
re-training of everyone,” Mr

Gomez said of the Act’s
implications for his staff, '
adding that the Code of Con-
duct would cover both offi-
cers and the Department’s
“supplementary staff”.

“To be honest, the Act

" we’re using now dates back

to 1976. A lot of things have.
changed since then, the world
has changed since then, and a
lot of things need to be
revised and updates. A lot of
methods we use need to
change,” the Comptroller told
Tribune Business.

He added that another area
to be incorporated into the
new Act was Rules of Origin
- a key element of the WTO
and EPA regimes. These had
been “virtually done away
with” some‘years ago when
preferential tariff regimes
were eliminated, meaning
importers had to pay the same
duty rate regardless of where
the product came from.

Now, Bahamian companies
and brokers will “have to sat-
isfy us that where the goods:
came from is actually the
place of origin, because that
will determine the rate of duty
levied on your goods”.

- Via the EPA, goods origi-
nating in the EU may soon
be subjected to. lower tariff
rates, and Mr Gomez said this
might encourage. Bahamian
companies to look for goods
beyond the traditional source
markets of Florida and the
US.

He added, though, that in
addition to tariff changes, the
tariff forms will also have to
change through the addition
of new columns to take
account of Rules of Origin -

,and different duty rates

applied to goods from differ-
ent countries. .« eds:

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‘Nothing short

of criminals’

FROM page 1B

to conserve the hills, and
there is casy money in exca-
vating the hills.

“We have a number of
criminals, nothing short of
criminals, who go round the
island identifying hills” they
can excavate for fill without
obtaining the required gov-
ernment permits and
approvals. :

Dr Deveaux said one par-
ticularly notorious operator
in the field and several col-
leagues, who Tribune Busi-
ness cannot name for legal
reasons, had ruptured the
Bahamas Electricity Corpo-
ration (BEC) pipeline behind
Super Value’s warehouse
after.extracting some 200
truck loads of fill from the

area despite having no per-

mits todo so. |

Oil had leeched into the
surrounding soil as a result,
Dr Deveaux said, resulting in
huge costs to the affected par-

ties. Despite making consis- |

tent inquiries, he said legal
action against the alleged cul-
prits had yet to commence
some three months after the
event.

The minister also recalled
events concerning a site some
400 yards from where he lives
in Dannottage Estates, as it,
too, had been targeted for
excavation by someone seek-
ing to extract fill from-it.

He added that twice he had
‘been able to stop the tractors
through his. own personal
intervention and, on a third
occasion, summoned the

police and his Permanent Sec-.

retary at the Ministry for the
Environment to assist him.
The director of physical plan-
ning was also asked to attend.

The culprits were unable to

Dr Deveaux said, putting an
end to that unauthorised
episode.

“It is easy aggl very prof-
itable to extract in a boom-
ing construction@market,” Dr
Deveaux said, “and many
people are not aware.”

In a different example, and
not including its principals or
the company among those he
had branded as “criminals”
extracting fill for onward sale
illegally, Dr Deveaux said he
found that Mario’s Bowling
& Entertainment Centre, the
bowling alley constructed by
ex-MP Leslie Miller of
Tonique Williams-Darling
Highway, had received no
government permits to clear
the land and excavate the
nearby hills to make way for
the property.

The minister said he had
told his ministry’s staff to
“make it legal” by giving Mr
Miller and his company the
required permit, but then
found it had “not been done
























“We have a culture that is
fearful of process. We are
afraid of politicians, we are
afraid of powerful people, and
are afraid of bigetty people,”
Dr Deveaux said.

Elsewhere, the minister
confirmed that the Planning
and Subdivision Act, which
has been passed by Parlia-
ment but not yet enforced,
was intended to apply to

- Freeport despite the existence

of the Hawksbill Creek
Agreement.

“The Act provides for it to
come into force in different
places and at different times,
and the Government is in
advanced discussions with the
Grand Bahama Port Author-
ity about the Hawksbill Creek

Agreement,” Dr Deveaux >

said.
“If we are not able to

‘accommodate the desire of

one government for one
Bahamas, we will wait until
2015, when the Hawksbill
Creek Agreement expires. It
won't take too long.”

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THURSDAY, MAY 13,:2010, PAGE 9B

BROADCASTING CORPORATION
OF THE BAHAMAS

VACANCY NOTICE
FINANCIAL CONTROLLER



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The Broadcasting Corporation of the Bahamas invites applications from suitably
qualified individuals to fill the position of Financial Controller.

This is an executive management post in the Corporation and is responsible for
overseeing the financial affairs of the Corporation in keeping with the strategies
outlined by the Board of Directors. This position reports to the General Manager.

The successful candidate will be a visionary individual who is able to provide strong
leadership in an evolving and fast paced environment.

- Other Attributes
o Excellent communication skills, both oral and written
° Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
° Team coach able to meet deadlines

Candidates should possess professional qualifications (ACCA, CA or CPA) and
have a minimum of ten (10) years post qualification experience. Prior experience
as a Financial Controller is an asset. The ideal candidate will have a good command
of IFRS standards and be skilled in Microsoft and automated financial reporting
applications.

The duties and sexnonsibililles of the Financial Controls include but are not limited

to the following:

° Development and implementation of financial policy in keeping with
strategies outlined by the Board of Directors and the General Manager. ©

° Plan and establish management ‘iforhaton procedures to ensure that
financial policies and accounting control are maintained,

° Management of the Corporation Budget process,

° Ensure the prompt preparation and issuance of periodic statements to
show the current financial position of the Corporation, and its relation to
the Budget and comparative periods,

\
° Advise Senior Management, the General Manager and the Board of
. Directors of major variances in financial performance and the
necessary corrective measures to be taken,

° Manage:-the Corporation’s Treasury function and where necessary, make
recommendations to the General Manager and the Board of Directors of ~
corrective actions required to meet desired cash position.

The Corporation offers a competitive remuneration package inclusive of medical
coverage and pension contributions.

Interested individuals should hand deliver letters of interest, together with compre-
hensive resumes, marked “Strictly Confidential’? and addressed to thé attention of
the General Manager, Harcourt “ Rusty” Bethel Drive, Nassau, Bahamas not later
than-21 May, 2010. Applications received will be treated i in the strictest of confi-
‘dence.

produce any excavation per-
mits, and could not substanti-
ate claims they owned the
land and were “just shaping
it”. Eventually, the police
“essentially bound him over
not to take the land apart”,









- GOVERNMENT NOTICE
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
NOTICE

Procurement for General Supplies for the Year, 2010

. Reglstation and Patient Waiting
‘ d Reception areas for

1.0 The Ministry of Education, (hereafter called the “Purchaser”) now
invites sealed bids, from Suppliers for the procurement weaning
Supplies for the School Year 2010.



Interested Bidders may inspect/collect the bidding documents from
the Purchasing/Supplies Section of the Ministry of Education,
Headquarters, The Teacher’s Credit Union Building, East Street
from Monday 3 May, 2010, and obtain further information, at the
second address given below.

Bids must be in English and shall be enclosed in duplicates in a
sealed envelope bearing no identity of the bidder and endorsed
with the subject bided on (“General Supplies” ).

Bids must be deposited in the tender box provided, at the first
address, on or before Friday, 21st May, 2010 by 5:00 p.m. (local
time). It will not be necessary to submit bids in person since It may
be sent by mail. Late bids will be rejected and returned unopened.

Bids will be opened at the public ceremony, in the presence of
those Bidder(s) or their Representative (s) who, choose to attend,
at 10:00 a.m. on Teer 25th May, 2010 at the first address
below.

(1). The Chairman Tender’
Ministry of Finance
Cecil Wallace Whitfield
Cable Beach .

P.O. Box N-3017
Nassau, The Bahamas
Tele: (242)327-1530

(2) Purchasing/Supplies Section
Ministry of Education
P.O. Box N-3913/4
Nassau, The Bahamas
Tele: (242) 502-2700

6.0 The Ministry reserves the right to accept or reject any or all tender.





PAGE 10B, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010

FROM page 1B

south-west New Providence
port should they regain office
in 2012.

“The Government agrees
that for a period of 20 years
from the date of substantial
completion, it shall not estab-
lish or permit to be estab-
lished in the island of New
Providence and Paradise

Port’s 20-year ‘exclusivity’ blocks PLP

Island, or within 20 miles of
the shoreline of New Provi-
dence, any other port for
landing of containerised, bulk
or break bulk cargo or vehi-
cles or any other terminal,”
the MoU states.

And, just to drive home

that point, the MoU added in
a separate clause that the
Government would “not
establish” itself any other port

facility on New Providence or

Paradise Island, or lease lands
to a third party to do so, for
the same 20-year period.

“GN-1017

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

Ministry Of Finance

Public Notice

Real Property Tax - Surcharge Waiver Extended

The Ministry of Finance advises the general public that effective immediately,
the Waiver of Surcharge against all propedtics is extended to 30th June,
2010 as provided herein:

¢ 100 per cent waiver for owner occupied properties with a market
value of up to Two hundred and Fifty Thousand dollars ($250,000.00).

¢ 100 per cent waiver for owner occupied properties that exceed Two
Hundred and Fifty Thousand dollars ($250,000.00)

¢ 50 percent waiver for other properties.

Section 21B Revival of Surcharge
If after December 31, 2009 any property tax remains outstanduig 1 in respect

of:

° (a) Owner-Occupied Property with a market value of up to two
hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($250,000.00)

e (b) Owner-Occupied property which exceeds two hundred and fifty
thousand dollars ($250,000.00)

e (c) Other Property
The owner of such property shall be liable to pay a new surcharge of
five percent (5%) of such tax per annum, reduced from TEN PERCENT

-of such tax per annum.

° For additional information regarding this matter, kindly contact
the Real Property Tax Office, Frederick House, Frederick Street,
at telephone (242) 325-1171 or the Administrator’s office in any

Family Island.



GOVERNMENT. NOTICE
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION -

NOTICE

Procurement for School Furniture for the Year 2010

1.0 The Ministry of Education: (hereafter called the “Purchaser’) now
invites sealed bids, from Suppliers for the procurement of School
Furniture for the eeneel Year 2010.

Interested Bidders may inspect/collect the bidding aocunients from
the Purchasing/Supplies Section of the Ministry of Education,
Headquarters, The Teacher’s Credit Union Building, from Monday
3" May, 2010, and obtain further information, at the second
address given below.

Bids must be in English and shall be enclosed in duplicates in a
sealed envelope bearing no identity of the bidder and endorsed

: with the subject bided on (“School Furniture” ).

- Bids must be deposited in the tender box provided, at the first
address, on or before Friday, 21st May, 2010 by 5:00 p.m (locat .
time). It will not be necessary to submit bids in person since It may
be sent by mail. Late bids will be rejected and returned unopened.

Bids will be opened at the public ceremony, in the presence of
those Bidder(s) or their-Representative (s) who choose to attend,
at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, 25th May, 2010 at the first ‘address

~ below.

(1) The Chairman Tender’
Ministry of Finance
Cecil Wallace Whitfield
Cable Beach ;
P.O.:Box N-3017
Nassau, The Bahamas
Tele: (242)327-1530

(2) Purchasing/Supplies Section
Ministry of Education
P.O. Box N-3913/4
Nassau, The Bahamas
Tele: (242) 502-2700

6.0 The Ministry reserves the right to accept or reject any or all tender.


















These clauses would, on the
face of it, appear to leave Mr
Christie and the PLP ina
‘jam’ if they were re-elected
to government in May 2012.
For if they abandon Arawak
Cay and resume their plan for
a port in southwestern New
Providence, located between
Commonwealth Brewery and
BEC’s Clifton Pier plant, they
would in effect be breaching
the MoU.

This would in turn expose
the Government to legal

actions and potential multi- .

million dollar liabilities, as
APD’s.19 private sector
shareholders - plus the
Bahamian institutional and
retail investors that put mon-
ey into the 20 per cent initial
public offering (IPO) - would
inevitably sue to recover their
investment and the loss of
future potential returns.

It is for this reason that
many believe the PLP’s
threats to lobby against the
IPO and the Arawak Cay
port itself may be just a bluff,
but Mr Ingraham and APD,
plus their attorneys, appear
to have left nothing to chance.

Elsewhere, the MoU also
shows the Government has
decided to forego some $4.745
million in Customs/import
duties by allowing APD Ltd,
plus any of its contractors or
terminal operators at Arawak
Cay and Gladstone.Road, to
“import all materials and
equipment to be used in the

construction, equipping, fur--

_nishing, completing, opening

- and operation” of the project.

free from these taxes. The
Arawak Cay port will have
capacity for an initial 75,000

TEUs.

Other interesting MoU

details include the level of

control the Government ‘has
retained over the Arawak
Cay port’s decision-making,
management and operations -
an issue that was known to

have concerned many of the ¢

potential 19 investors, and
caused some to have doubts
about investing their $1.05
million in the development.
Interestingly, the list of par-
ticipating private sector share-
holders includes, Bethell

.

Estates - a company that has

already said it will not be

investing its $1.05 million.
With the APD Board not

' to exceed seven members,

and the founding sharehold-
ers having the right to appoint
a majority of four, it appears
the private sector will be in
charge, Especially as they will
select the chairman. :
Then comes the catch, as
the APD Board’s head will
chosen “provided that the
appointment of the chairman
shall be subject to the prior
written approval of the Gov-
ernment”. The Government

_ will appoint the deputy chair-
man and remaining two direc- _

tors, with the MoU stating
that this Board arrangement
will continue even after the

IPO is completed.
Stipulation

It is unclear whether the

latter stipulation will act asa.

disincentive for Bahamian
institutional and retail
investors to part with their

-cash for what is collectively a

The —

- absence of any independent, .
non-executive directors.

$10 million stake.

charged with safeguarding the
public’s interest may be a

‘cause for concern, though.

There are also numerous
‘Reserved Matters’ specified
by. the MoU upon which
APD Ltd’s Board of Direc-
tors cannot take a decision or

action “unless the Govern-
-ment’s prior approval-in writ-
ing has been obtained”.

The Reserved. Matters

» include:

* Changes to APD. Ltd’s
Memorandum and Articles of
Association

* Changes in APD Ltd’ s.

share capital

* Borrowings. APD Ltd
and any subsidiaries cannot, .
‘without government approval,

“incur any financial indebt-
edness which would result in
the secure debt exceeding an

- amount being equal to 3
times’ EBITDA or a debt ser-

vice coverage ratio that is less
than 1.25 times (or such other
amount or ratio, as may be

. agreed in writing from time

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to time)”.

* No loans or advances to a
person or entity other than in
the course of business :

* Charges over any part of
APD Ltd’s property or assets

* Disposing, via transfers,
leases or assignments, of any
APD LTd assets or property

* All fees and charges have
to be approved by the Gov-
ernment, apart from those
intended to “maintain a min-
imum internal rate of return
of 10 per cent, or are consis-

_ tent with a tariff amendment

model”.

* There are to be.no related
party contracts and deals with
APD Ltd group affiliates
without government approval,
unless the group “do not incur
liabilities in-any 12 month
period exceeding in the aggre-
gate $5 million between
them”.

* The winding-up of APD
Ltd cannot take place with-
out government approval.

‘Construction work on the
Arawak Cay port is supposed
to.be completed by June 27,

‘2011, according to informa-

tion annexed to the MoU -.a
total of 294 days. Prior to the
port’s substantial completion,
APD Lid will pay an annual
rent of $40 per twenty foot
equipment unit (TEU) con-
tainer and, following comple-
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BUSINESS

Federal budget deficit
hits April record

By MARTIN CRUTSINGER
AP Economics Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) —
The federal budget deficit hit
an all-time high for the month
of April as government rev-
enue fell sharply.

The Treasury Department
said Wednesday the April
deficit soared to $82.7 billion,
the largest imbalance for that
month on record. That was
significantly higher than last
year's April deficit of $20 bil-
lion and above the $30 billion
deficit private economists had
anticipated.

The government normally
runs surpluses in April as mil-
lions of taxpayers file their
income tax returns. Howev-
er, income tax payments were
down this April, reflecting the
impact of the recession which
has pushed millions of peo-
ple out of work.

Total revenues for April.

were down 7.9 per cent from a
year ago, dipping to $245.3
billion.

The Obama administration
forecast in February that the
deficit for this year will hit an
all-time high of $1.56 trillion,
surpassing the current record
of $1.4 trillion set last year.
Many private economists
believe this year’s imbalance
will be closer to the $1.4 tril-

‘lion set last year and that
deficits will remain high for
years to come.

The trillion-dollar-plus
deficits are being driven by
the impact of the recession,
which has cut government tax
revenue while driving up
spending.

Analysts estimate that .

roughly one-third of the
increase in ‘the deficits over
the vast two.years came from
lost revenue — the result of
' fewer people working and

lower. corporate profits.

Another third is from
increased government spend-
_ ing that normally occurs in a

downturn, such as higher pay-'

ments for unemployment
benefits and food stamps. The
final third reflects the added
government spending on the
$787 billion stimulus bill and

the $700 billion financial’

bailout.

Record deficits
become a political liability for
lawmakers in Washington.
Many voters have expressed
anger over the staggering

_sums of the bailout and stim-
ulus programme.

Two incumbents, Sen. Bob
Bennett, R-Utah, and Rep.
Alan Mollohan, D-W.Va.;
have lost primary contests in
the past week, a reflection of
the wave of voter unrest.

Soaring deficits have also
become a political challenge
for the: Obama administra-
tion. The administration is
promising to aggressively
attack the budget deficits once
the economy is stable and
unemployment falls. The
president has appointed a
commission that is scheduled
to produce a report by year’s
end on what spending cuts or

higher. taxes, or both, are:

needed to control future
deficits.

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have —

The back-to-back deficits
in April marked a first,
according to monthly budget
records that 'go back to 1954.
During that period, the gov-
ernment has run April sur-
pluses in 43 of 56 years.

Through the first seven
months of the current budget
year, which began on Octo-

ber 1, the deficit totals $799.7 ©

billion. That is down only
slightly from last year’s deficit
during the same period of
$802.3 billion. .

Revenues total $1.2 trillion
in those seven months, down
4.5 per cent from the same
period last year. The declines
reflect a drop of $39 billion
in individual income taxes and
Social Security payroll taxes
for that period.

Outlays total $2 trillion, a
drop of 3.9 per cent from the
same period a year ago. That
decline reflected in part less
spending on the financial
bailout programme as many
banks are now paying back

the support they received at

the height of the financial cri-
sis in the fall of 2008.

At the moment, the admin-
istration is projecting that
next year’s budget deficit will
remain above $1 trillion for a
third straight year and will
never fall below $706 billion
for any year over the next
decade. That means the gov-
ernment would pile up an
additional $8.5 trillion in debt
over that period that will have
to be financed.

So far the government has

been able to pay low interest
rates on the borrowing
because foreign investors still
see US Treasury securities as
a haven in times of turmoil.
That was apparent last week
when global markets were hit
by fears over an expanding
debt crisis in Europe.

’ Officials in China, the
largest foreign holder of US
debt, have said it will be
important for the administra-
tion to put together a credible
plan for getting control of
future deficits.

KINGSWAY ACADEMY

ELEMENTAR'
ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS —

Kingsway Academy Elementary will hold

Entrance Examinations for all elementary
grade levels:- K4 to Grade 6 from 9:00 a.m. to
12:00 noon on. Saturday, May 29,2010. Parents.

are asked ‘to collect application forms from

the Elementary Desk in the Administration

building between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily,

before the testing date. Application forms may

also be accessed from the school’s

website

www.kingswayacademy.com (see Document

Downloads).

' For further information, kindly contact the school at
_ telephone numbers:- 324 - 5049 or 324 - 2158



-AFEIUATE OF

The Bahamas Human Resources
Development Association

Cordially invites you to join us at our
Monthly Meeting:

“Building the Bridge Between Labour

| and Immigration — An HR Perspective

Ld

and Labor

Date: Wednesday, 19th May, 2010
Place: J. Whitney Pinder Building, Collins Ave.

Time: 5:30 p.m.

Cost: $20.00 for members & $25.00 for non-
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RSVP by May 17th, 2010

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THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010, PAGE 11B



GOVERNMENT NOTICE
MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS & TRANSPORT TRAFFIC
SIGNALS SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE
ON NEW PROVIDENCE ISLAND

Interested Contractors are invited to pre-qualify for the
Maintenance of Traffic Signals Systems on New Providence Island.

Pre-qualification Documents may be collected 10th May 2010
through 28th May 2010 between the hours of 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from:

Civil Engineering Section
Department of Public Works
1st Floor East Wing
Ministry of Public Works & Transport
John F. Kennedy Drive
Nassau, Bahamas

Sealed pre-qualification submissions are to be deposited in the
Tender Box located at:

Tender’s Board Ministry of Finance
Sir Cecil Wallace Whitfield Building
3rd Floor
West Bay Street
P.O. Box N-3017
Nassau, Bahamas

Pre-qualification submissions will be received no later than
10: 00 am. 1st June 2010.

Signed
Mr. Colin Higgs .
Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Public Works & Transport

MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSPORT
CONSTRUCTION OF NEW CAMPUS
THE SeGOME DUPUCH LAW SCHOOL
THOMPSON BOULEVARD
PRE- QUA eAllOn OF CONTRACTORS

NOTICE

The Government of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas through
the Ministry of Works and Transport is inviting qualified General
Contractors to participate in a Pre-Qualification for the Tender for
Construction of The Campus of the Eugene Dupuch Law School, to
be built on a site located on Thompson Boulevard, New Providence.

The structure will be approximately 30,500 Sq. Ft. comprising
of a series of detached structures connected by roof, around a
common courtyard, with associated external works and services.

The General Contractors will be required to provide a detailed

indication of their competence,- both technically and financially,
_ to carry out the intended scope of work within a reasonable time.

Interested parties may collect the pre-qualification documents as
of Monday 10th May, 2010, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. - 5:00
p.m from:

The office of the:

Director of Public Works

Ministry of Public Works and Transport
John F. Kennedy Drive

Nassau, Bahamas

Telephone: (242) 322-4830

Fax: (242) 302-9770

The completed pre-qualification document should be deposited in
the Tender Box at the Ministry of Finance, 3rd Floor, Cecil Wallace
Whitfield Building, West Bay Street, P. O. Box N-3017, Nassau, The
Bahamas no later than 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday 25th May, 2010.

The Government of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas
has the right to reject any or all pre-qualification contractors:
Signed:

Colin Higgs
Permanent Secretary



GOVERNMENT NOTICE
MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSPORT

2010/2011 DRAINAGE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
PRE-QUALIFICATION OF CONTRACTORS
The Government of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas through
the Ministry of Public Works & Transport is inviting qualified
Drainage Contractors to participate in a Pre-Qualification Exercise.
This pre-qualification exercise is geared to identify Drainage
Contractors who are willing and qualified to provide maintenance
services for the existing and proposed public drainage infrastructure
on the Island of New Providence. Interested parties may collect
pre-qualification documents from the Civil Design Section of the
Ministry of Works as of Friday, May 7, 2010 between the hours of

9:00 am - 5:00 pm.

completed documents should be deposited not later than 5:00 pm
Monday May 17th, 2010 at the following address and caption:

Office of the Director of Public Works
Ministry of Works 8. Transport

John F. Kennedy Drive

Nassau, Bahamas

“2010/2011 DRAINAGE MAINTENANCE PRE-QUALIFICATION EXERCISE”
Signed:
Colin Higgs
Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Works & Transport



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Bahamas Law Enforcement
Co-operative Credit Union Ltd

NOTICE OF
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

THERE WILL NOT BE A SECOND
CALL AS PER THE CO-OPERATIVE
ACT 2005 SECTION 22

The 25" Annual General Meeting of the Bahamas
Law Enforcement Co-operative Credit Union Ltd will
be held on

Saturday, May 22", 2010

at
9:00 am
at
Paul H. Farquharson
Conference Centre

Pleasure

FROM page 1B

nights compared to 6.8 in
2008.

He also pointed to an
increase in clicks on Bimini-

related items found on the
Ministry’s website,
Bahamas.com.

The Bahamas Hotel Asso-
ciation’s vice-president, Frank
Comito, said much of the

increased interest in Bimini .



The Annual General I Meeting of 2
the Board of Directors of —

The Bahamas Family
Plannin Association





will be held on

| Thursday, June 10, 2010
at 6:00pm at the
Association’s Centre : on

Police Headquarters
East Street

Refreshments will be provided



KINGSWAY ACADEMY

437 East Avenue, Centreville :

~ Only financial members
will be allowed to vote.

Do you want to become, a
_member? Attend ie AGM. : f

Teacher Vacancies for September 2010

‘Kingsway Academy invites applicants from qualified and

experienced candidates for teaching positions at the:

AN
to

High School level

* Technical Drawing and Woodwork (Grades 7 to 9)

* Music (Grades 8 to 12) .

¢ Information Technology (Grades 7 to 12 and
Advanced Placement level)

¢ Physics (Grades 10 to 12 and Advanced Placement
level)

The successful candidates should have the following:
* An academic degree in the area of specialization

° A teaching certificate

° Excellent communication skills

° A love for children and learning

° High standards of morality

° Be a born-again Christian

Acomplete application package consists of: a
(a) completed and signed Kingsway Academy application form
— available at the school’s Administration building or on the website

www.kingswayacademy.com (See Document Downloads)

(b) detailed resume with cover letter

(c) recent photograph

(d) three (3) reference letters, one (1) being from your church's
minister

(e) legible e-mail address and working telephone contacts

Note: All documents should be submitted
at the same time.
Please forward to:

Kingsway Academy Employment Application

Kingsway Academy

Box N-4378

Bernard Road

Nassau, The Bahamas

e-mail jbethell@kingswayacademy. com

Deadline: To ensure consideration, complete
application materials must be received by
Friday, May 14", 2010 F

NAD

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Development Company



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The Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) is seeking
candidates for the position of Accounts Receivable Officer.

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Key responsibilities include but are not limited to: Reconciliation of
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as a boaters destination is due
to its proximity to the US and
the ease in which boaters
move to and from the island.
He added that the island has
had some marketing expo-
sure.

The MOB, in conjunction
with the Ministry of Tourism
and other entities, is seeking
to make yachting to the
Bahamas easier, safer and
more cost effective.

According to many MOB
members, boat owners have
often complained of the
expensive cruising permit fees
charged by the Bahamas gov-
ernment. However, others
consider the fees too low.

Minister of Tourism and
Aviation, Vincent Vander-

pool- Wallace, who also spoke

at the MOB workshop, said
the Government might con-
sider revamping the fees if the
numbers made sense.
Statistics provided by the

yacht arrivals lui) 11 per cent

Ministry also revealed that
many boaters often moored
at one island and stayed there
for the duration of their trip.

Mr Vanderpool-Wallace
said his Ministry was working
ona plan to entice yachters
to cruise the islands of the
Bahamas and discover the
cultural and physical vari-
ances of each destination.

‘General Manager of verii-
ca] markets at the Ministry,
Earl Miller, said
Bahamas.com was being used -
as an effective tool to dissem-
inate information on marinas
across the country. It will
eventually be a booking
engine in the future for slip
reservations.

He said the Bahamas was
also set to welcome a cargo
vessel that would bring plea-
sure yachts from as far ‘as the
west coast of the US to these
shores. The ship carries as

‘ many as 45 boats per trip.

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that NADIA PASCAL of SEA

BREEZE, P.O. BOX CR-11678, 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 5â„¢ day of MAY,
2010 to the Minister responsible for nationality and coe P.O.
Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.

: ‘egal Notice
NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

(a) FIONDA HOLDINGS LTD. is in dissolution under the provisions of
the International Business Companies Act 2000.

(b) The Dissolution of said Company commenced on November 20, 2009
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.

(d) All persons having Claims against the above-named Company are
required on or before the 11th day of January, 2010 to send their names and
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any distribution made before such debts are proved.

NOVEMBER 23, 2010

ZAKRIT SERVICES LTD.

LIQUIDATOR OF THE ABOVE-NAMED COMPANY

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BUSINESS

THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010, PAGE 13B



Tourism
‘must be more
than hotels’

By CHESTER ROBARDS
Business Reporter
crobards@tribunemedia.net

BAHAMIAN tourism can
no longer be solely focused
on the hotel industry, the
Minster of Tourism said yes-
terday, insisting that other
products such ‘as pleasure
yachting and cruising need to
be developed and grown.

Vincent Vanderpool-Wal-
lace, speaking at the Marina
Operators of the Bahamas
(MOB) workshop, said the
tourism industry of the
Bahamas has to been seen as
much more than: simply
hotels. _

“We cannot. have the
tourism sector being focused
on as if the hotels are the be
all and end all of what it is all
about,” he said. “They come
for other purposes, and if
those purposes aren’t work-
ing very well and succeeding
very well, you won’t get the
room rates you want.”

According to Mr Vander-
pool-Wallace, even the

Bahamas Hotel Association’s

name should be changed to
the Bahamas Hospitality

VANDERPOOL-WALLACE

Association to reflect the
range of tourism products
offered in the Bahamas.

He argued that the MOB,
though a fledgling association,
has affected and directed pol-
‘icy changes, and is exactly
what this country needs to

_ help innovate and expand
important aspects of the
Bahamas, such as pleasure
yachting.



want.”

“We encourage the devel-
opment and creation of
groups of people who have a
common interest,” he said.

Mr Vanderpool-Wallace
added that it was important
for the Ministry to enable pro-
grammes that drive the
tourism industry forward and
disable the ones that act
against it.

He restated one of his pop-

ular maxims, lauding this ¢

country as having the most
potential in the region to pro-
vide diverse tourism products.

\

“We cannot have the tourism sector |
being focused on as if the hotels are.
the be all and end all of what it is all
about. They come for other purposes,
and if those purposes aren’t working
very well and succeeding very well,
you won’t get the room rates you’

_ — Vincent idasapoar Weanlas

However, he lamented that
“what we have done so far is
nothing”.

He told MOB members
that the Bahamas could
become the boating capital of
the world with their help,
adding that 1.6 per cent of the

‘boating population of the US
resides in Florida, and that is
a“godsend”.

“What we want to do is
have our proximity reflected
in the ease and cost of travel
for boaters,” said Mr Van-
derpool-Wallace.

End-week
release for
$200m Baha
Mar bids

BAHA MAR yesterday
announced it will release bid
documents at the end of the
week for 13-pre-qualified
Bahamian contractors to con-
struct four buildings at its new
Commercial Village.

The Village will be a
mixed-use complex housing
several corporate, govern-
ment:and retail structures that
will be located opposite the
current resort strip.

The complex is being built
to house those offices and

businesses that will be affect- °

ed by the diversion of Bay
Street, as part of phase one

of the Baha Mar project.
Contractors invited to bid
will be required to submit the
completed bid documents by

the middle of June 2010.
_ According to a Baha Mar,

_ this element of the project is

one part identified exclusive-
ly for Bahamian Contractors |
and is valued at almost $200
million.

“Today, as we invite com-

" panies to collect their tender

documents and follow the
necessary steps to completion,
it marks another significant
milestone in Baha Mar’s
future development,” said
Don Robinson, president of
Baha Mar,

The project is expected,to
peek ground later this year,

after signing the deal with
China’s Export-Import Bank
and China State Construction
last month to move forward
with the 1,000 acre project.

However, the construction
start, date is still dependent
upon approvals from the’
Bahamas Government .and
the People’s Republic of Chi-
na. According to the release,
Baha Mar will be the largest
single-phase hospitality
investment in the. Caribbean
and a unique destination
yesort €xperience.

Baha Mar is expected to
release further bids for addi-
tional Commercial Village
work to Bahamian contrac-
tors. “Scheduled for comple-
tion mid-2014, it is expected
that Baha Mar Resorts has
reaffirmed its commitment to
hire as many qualified
Bahamians as possible to
work on the project during its
construction phase,” the
release said.

“Baha Mar is expected to
generate: 2.3 million annual
visitor room nights, inject $1.1
billion in spending and direct
taxes into the Bahamian econ-
omy in the first year of oper-
ation, and generate an addi-
tional $740 million or 10 per

‘cent increase to the current
GDP (Gross Domestic Prod-
uct) of the Bahamas.”





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STATE-RECOGNIZED CONCELEBRATED MASS
OF THE RESURRECTION IN CELEBRATION OF THE LIFE
AND WORK OF THE FORMER DEPUTY TO THE
GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF
THE BAHAMAS, THE LATE

PATRICIA LADY
ISAACS, 83

will be held on Friday, May 14, 2010 at
3:00 PM at Holy Trinity Anglican

Gardens. The Most Rev. Drexel W.
Gomez, assisted by Fr. Mervyn Johnson,
will officiate.

Lady Isaacs will be warmly missed and

her memories forever cherished by

Sisters-in-law: Corinne and Audrey

| Fountain, Ulrica Bethel; Brother-in-law: S. Dewitt Thompson;

| Nieces and Spouses: Cherrie and Loran Carr, Dianne and Cyril
Knowles, Patricia “Patti” Thompson, Patricia Fountain, Joy and
Arthur Ross, Nicolette and Anthony Archer; Nephews and Spouses:
Colin Thompson, Paul Thompson, Mychal “Sweet Bells” and Julie
Thompson, Andy and Dr. Dawn Thompson, Kerry “Chuckie” and
Michele Fountain, Terrance and Patricia Fountain, Richard and
Deanie Fountain, Andrew and Ann Fountain; Grand Nieces: Coleen
Thompson, Chelon Newbold, Leesa Fountain, T Crystal Fountain,
Peta Archer, Dr. Kim Winkler, Kariel and Simone Thompson, Amy,
Andrea, Allison, Abigail and Anna Fountain; Grand Nephews:
Duane Carr, Sean Thompson, Jeffrey Fountain, Michael Fountain,
Rashad Fountain, Nicholas Archer, Shayne, Ryan and Krys Knowles,

| Kimo, Kori, Mychel Klay, Trace, and Marcus Thompson, Allen,
Avery, Andrew, Aidan and Donavan Fountain;



Other Family members and friends: Anne and Debbie Johnson,
Jean Thompson, Joan Pyfrom and Family, The Fountain Family
(Derek, Deidre, Kim, Neil and Denny), Kemuel Fountain, Brenda
Knowles, Katrina Williams and Family, The entire CC Smith Family,
Charles Allen Smith and Family, The entire Isaacs Family, Oswald
Isaacs and Family, Archdeacon Etienne Bowleg and Family, The
Rodgers Family, Bernard and Ivan Davis, Clarise Granger, Albertha
| Ferguson-Byer and Family, Irene Russell, Beverley Wallace-
' Whitfield, Dr. Cecil and Earla Bethel, Allison Maynard-Gibson
+ and Family, Jane Adderley, Lowell Mortimer, Keva Bethel and
| Family, Gail Saunders, Cypriana Fleischer, Vernicé Moultrie-Cooper,
| Mary Desir, Essie Laing, Sir Orville Turnquest and Family, George
and Setella Cox, Sydney Godet and Family, Dorothy Albury and
Family, Charles and Janeen McCartney, Robert Isaacs and Family,

Sylvia Scriven, Dame Marguerite Pindling and Family, Lady Zoe

Maynard and Family, The Bowe Family, John and Alina Gordon,
) Mary McCartney, Rosie Watkins, Kingsley and Ruth Robinson,
Roberta Hepburn, Stephanie Un wala, Stephen Clarke, Harold and
Munnings, Sr. and Family, Sir Sidney Poitier, Sir Arthur Foulkes
and Family, Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham and Family, Viola
| Sweeting-Butler, Elisha Daniels, Euda Stubbs-Poitier, Barbara
| Pratt-Hepburn, Irene Cooper-Coakley, Patronella Deleveaux,
Virginia Mortimer, Ruth Millar, Lucille Payne, Mary Wilkinson and
| Family, The McPhee Family, Dr. John Lunn, Dr. Duane Sands, Dr.
Earle and Melonie Farrington, Larry Pinder, Bahamas Nurses
| Association, Free National Movement Women’s Association,
Sandyport Community, Gym Tennis Club Dancing Class, ‘The Travel
| Group and a host of other relatives and friends.

There will be an official signing of the register at the church beginning

at 10:30am Thursday. |



Church, Trinity Way, Stapeldon.

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for the late



See calls, floral arrangem sats. and words of
encouragement during our recent bereavement. Your
expressions of support have been a source of great strength |
and comfort to us. We say thanks to our families and friends,

especially those who came from abr oad including the family
_ islands, special thanks is extended to Fr. Basil Tynes, Fr.
Mich: el Maragh and the St. Barnabas Anglican Church, The
gement & Staff of New Oriental Cleaners, See ie .

















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‘Lhe Light

‘rack day you look out the window
And saw the rising sun

It shone so bright and brilhant
Until each day was done

The sky was clear, the wind so pure
Giving a feel of tranquility

Life blooming everywhere
Butterflies flying ever so_free

Then from nowhere came the clouds
Filled with anger and dismay
Bringing rain, thunder and lightning bo
Leaving not a single ray

_ What a somber mood it can create
Nothing but darkness from above
Left to live fife without the fe
You came to Rnuow and love

(But then you sit and ponder

The rain that caused so much sorrow

May bring flowers, trees and clears the air
for perhaps a brighter tomorrow
And even through the pain remains

From the storm that came ‘your way

‘It can’t take away your precious:

Of that bright and sunny day

Love,
Wes, Owen, Gavin, Bryan,
Francita & Family

. Genevie Eloise Bastian
» August 31st 1948-May 13th 2005

THURSDAY, MAY. 13, 2010, PAGE 3

Memory of

BEULAH. LOUISE ARANH
JANUARY 31, 1928 - MAY 4TH,1994

Mom, we think of you often -
and make no outward show.
But what it means to lose you.
No one will ever know
You wished no one farewell.

Nothing can be more beautiful |
han the memories we have of you
To us you were someone special,

God must have thought so too!

If tears could build a staircase

and memories a lane
we would walk all the
way to heaven
to have you back again.

Love always children, grand-children & brother





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Memorial Service for the late.

Wendell "Big O" Ridgeway Ferguson, 54

. of #10 Sheffield Street, Blair Estates
| will be held on Thursday May 13th,



| Road.

Funeral Service for the late
Wendell "Big O"
Ridgeway Ferguson, 54

James Campbell and family, Sharon Campbell, Janice Munnings &
family, Christine Campbell, Pastor Albert Campbell & family, Arthur
_Campbell & family; Scott and Sandy Ferguson, Sammy, Ossie, Gina,
Bernice and Herman McClain & family, Christinna Gibson, Lynn and
Debbie Ferguson and children; numerous relatives and friends

Erica Robinson, Cyril "Robbie" Robinson & family, Inger Johnson &
family, Sonia Miller & family, Ricardo Williams & family, Bishop &
Mrs. V. G. Clarke & family, Calvary Deliverance Church family, Jayson
Clarke & family, Sylvia Outten & family, Stella Farrington & family,
The "BIG O" Fund Committee; Aubynette Rolle & family, Albert

& Mrs. Julian Brown, Rhonda Foster, Robert Carron, Wendall Jones,

Bethel Brothers Morticians

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

| Dr. Robert Gibson, Dr. Larry Carroll, Staff of Donald's Furniture, Janeen
: Isaacs, Mr. & Mrs. Dwayne Gibson, Senator The Hon. John KF. Delaney,
| Q.C. & Mrs. Delaney, Senator The Hon. Allyson C..Gibson & Mr.
: Gibson, The Hon. Hubert A. Minnis, The Hon. Loretta Butler-Turner,
: Dr. Duane -Sands, Robert "Sandy" Sands, Yvette Dames-Sands, Fingertips
: Beauty Salon, Staff of Harborside Resort at Atlantis, a vast host of friends
| 7:00p.m. at Loyola Hall, Gladstone
' and kind gestures will always be treasured by the family.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44
: Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00a.m. to 6:00p.m. and on Saturday
:. at the church from 11a.m. until service time.

§ of #10 Sheffield Street, Blair Estates |
will be held on Saturday May 15th, |
| 12:00 noon at Calvary Deliverance |
Church, East Street South. Bishop |
V.G. Clarke assisted by James Newry, |
Albert Campbell, Mark Barrett, Ricardo | - &
Clarke and Darren Henfield will officiate. Cremation will follow. |

‘Cherished and fond memories will forever linger in the hearts of his |
| daughter, Gabrielle Foster Ferguson of London, England; sisters, Levhon |
‘Ferguson of Bermuda and Brendalee Ferguson; brothers, Stancel, Dareo |
and Willie Ferguson of Bermuda; special friend, Toni Godet; sister-in- ;
law, Lorraine Ferguson; brother-in-law, Derek Dames; nephews,
Raymee and Raynor Ferguson, Dereck and Demarcian Dames, Kirkwood |
‘Fernander and Adrian Knowles; nieces, Regina and Patricka Ferguson, :-
Derese and Devonee Dames, Diara Ferguson and Adrianna Knowles; |
aunts, Doreen Campbell, Nora McClain, Winifred Ferguson and Virginia :
Ferguson; uncles, Henry Ferguson and Herman McClain; cousins, Dr.
Winston Campbell & family, Samuel & Thalia Campbell & family,
Mavis Campbell-Thompson & family, Christopher Campbell & family, :
| ‘Tristan Phillips and Tatjana Saunders; his rnother-in-law, Vera Ferguson;
| his sisters, Juliet Hanna, Eloise Albury, Genevieve Hanna, Venus Bonimy,
| Evangeline Outten and Sheila Ferguson; his brothers, Emil, George,
| Berlington, Weston, Francis, Walt and Solomon Saunders; his sisters-
: in-law, Lillian, Shirley, Valencia, Albertha, Irene, Andrea and Beverly
including, the Godet family, Leslie Miller & family, Thomas A. Robinson,
Heastie and Althea Rolle; his brothers-in-law, Leroy Hanna, Charles
: Bonimy, Henry Outten, Jerome Franks and William "Roosie" Godet;
: his aunts, Vivienne Francis and Enid Sweeting; his numerous nieees, |
| nephews, family and friends including, Andrew Sweeting, The Grand
! Bahama Chorale, The Voices of Trinity Choir, The Senior Choir of Holy
Rahming and Maria Castrechini & the Staff of Body Zone Fitness Gym,
Deanka Edwards & family, Julian Rolle, Shuffel Jr. & Jamaal-Hepburn,
Lisa Roberts, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Knowles, Mr. & Mrs. Reno Brown, Mr. |
! Church, Staff of The Grand Bahama and New Providence Post Offices
The McKenzie family, Monsignor Preston A. Moss, Dorothy Albury & :
family, the North family, Dr. Theodore Turnquest, Dr. DuVaughn Curling, |
Dr. Daniel Lloyd, Dr. Tracy Roberts, Dr. Michelle McLean and the
nurses and staffs of the Princess Margaret Hospital and Oncology Centre, |

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and colleagues too numerous to mention and whose comforting words

ee ee ee ee ee ence eee eee neen

Alaric Livingston William Saunders, 71

of Stapledon Gardens, Sunderland
Road will be held on Saturday May
15th, 2:30p.m. at the Parish Church
of the Most Holy Trinity, Trinty Way,
Stapledon Gardens. The Rev'd
Mervin Johnson assisted by the Rev'd
John Kabiga will officiate.

Fond memories will always be held in
the hearts. of all who loved him
especially his beloved wife, Constance;
his loving children, Pamela Phillips
and Dwayne Saunders; his step-
children, Latesha Clarke, Talia and
Jamal Sweeting; his sons-in-law, Paul

Phillips and Clinton Clarke; his
daughter-in-law, Romy Saunders; his grandchildren, Jonathan and



Saunders; Dorothy Godet, Stephanie Ferguson, Victoria Hanna, Ernestine

Trinity, The ACM's Sons of Thunder Men's Choir, The Echo's of Dawn
Choir, Members of The Anglican Diocesan Choir, Members of Ruth
Robinson's Cell Church, The Members of The Most Holy Trinity Parish

Service entrusted to Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44 Nassau Street.



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Bethel Brothers Morticians

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

THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010, PAGE 5



FUNERAL SERVICES FOR



















Vernita Elizabeth Mitchel, 65

of #21 Eastern Estates will be held on

Road.

Sophia Shereese Moss; one and only
granddaughter, Aleia Sasha Collymore;
sisters, Marilyn Gardiner, Vernie



Marshall, Juanita Armbrister & Susan

Dwan & Rochelle McPhee; nephews, Police Corporal #836 Charles "Ugene"
| Anton, Alton Rolle, Alexander and Mario McPhee; grand nephew, Ryan &
Tevin White of Stafford, Virginia, Malique Francis; god daughter, Attorney
Khrystle Rutherford Ferguson; god son, Demetrius Rolle; other relatives,
Jerry, Geraline and Mary Bullard of Pampano Beach, Florida, Samuel Williams
& family, Frank Clarke & family, Mae McPhee & family, Lillian Rolle &
family, Stafford, Sadie and Lisa Moss, Denise Moss Pyfrom & family, Anita

Wellington Bullard & family, Linda Gomez and family, Florinda Williams,

Wilson & family, John Jacques & family, Staff of the Sheraton Cable Beach
Hotel, Housekeeping Department, staff of Teachers and Salaried Workers Co-
operative Credid Union Ltd., the staff of Female Medical IT PMH.

from 10:00a.m. until service time.

- Virginia Brenda Bethel, 85

of #11 Sanford Drive and formerly of Georgetown, Exuma will be held on
and Baillou Hill Roads. The Rt. Rev'd. Bishop Gilbert A. Thompson and

Canon Basil Tynes assisted by other clergy members will officiate. Interment
will follow in Woodlawn Memorial Gardens, Soldier Road.

Min Arnold of the Bronx New York and Mr Naaman Sturrup; three sisters-





Saturday May 15th, 11:00 a.m. at First |
Baptist Church, Market Street and |
Coconut Grove Avenue. Rev. Dr. Earle :
Francis assisted by other ministers will |
officiate. Interment will follow in |:
Woodlawn Memorial Gardens, Soldier }

To hold dear her memories, she leaves the
gift of life to her one and only daughter, ;

McKenzie, Gloria Gardiner, Lynda
é , in : Ms Karen Sturrup and her son; Mrs Judith Rolle and her husband Mr Solomon
! rs Demeritte; brothers, Lindop, Sydney, |

| Gladstone "Moon" & Arnold McPhee; nieces, Tania Bethel-White of Stafford, :
| Virginia, Crystal McKenzie, Nadia Rolle, Monalisa Thompson, Denise Marshall, :
Yolette McCuin; Dawn Demeritte, Ashley Armbrister, Shamala, Cindy, Candy, |
Joan Knowles and her husband and children; Mrs Karan Neilly and her husband

: Charlene Cambridge and her husband and children, Mrs Dedre Rolle and her
husband Mr Wayne Rolle and their children, Mrs Edith Baker- and her children,
i Ms Lynn Sturrup, Ms Joan Sturrup and her son, Mrs Brenda Robinson and
: family, Ms Caroline Sturrup and family of Turks and Caicos Islands; Messrs
‘ 1 ta} Lorne, Reginald, Bob and Alfred Smith and their families, Mr.Patrick Davis

Bartlett & family, Edward & Beverly Deveaux, Dean & Brenda Martin, Shelia | |
Butterfield, Hilda Gaitor, Patricia Pinder, Herbert Marshall, Daisy McPhee,
Albert Armbrister, Donald Demeritte, Ethel & Oralee McPhee; Mae Morton |
Curry & family, Judith Mackey & family, Mrs. Carolyn Major & family, Mr. |
J ) . da \ J : Min Stephen Butterfield-and his wife Min Ann Pearl Butterfield; Mr Rudolph,
Sheila Wilson & family, Ms. Gloria Lighbourne, the Henderson family, Ms. :
Gloria Brown, Mr and Mrs. Carvison Williams & family, Evans Family, Isnord ;
: wife and their children, Mr Peter Sturrup and his wife and children; Mr Andrew

: Min Derek, Mr Neil; Mr Paul and Mr Noel Sturrup and their spouses, the
. . ' ! children and grandchildren of the late Gerald Bethel, Mama Jean also had a |
Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44 Nassau |
Street on Friday from 10:00a.m. to 6:00p.m. and on Saturday at the church |
: of Exuma, Nassau and Freeport, the Smith families of Exuma and Nassau;
i Mrs Barbara Rahming-McCartney and her children, the members of the Prayer
: Band, the Altar Guild, the Auxiliary, the Senior Choir of St Barnabas; special
: thanks must also be given to Mrs Evelyn Cooper, Mrs Althea Thompson, Mrs
i Mary Ferguson and her sister Ms Maria Sturrup, Dr Hestmo, Dr Clarke and
: the nurses and doctors at the A & E section of the Princess Margaret Hospital
: i j ears; .Ra ; Dr Euge

Saturday May 15th, 10:00a.m. at St. Barnabas Anglican Church, Wulff; for gnicare and Alenuon Over ie eee eee aaa
: Bethel, sister Alice Gardiner and last but not least, her care givers, Mrs Sturrup,
Mrs Lauretta Neeley, Mrs Grace Johnson and Shavon Anderson. If we have
i omitted anyone's name please forgive us - it is unintentional.

Mama Jean is survived by one sister, Mrs Pearl W. Butterfield; two brothers, |
: Street on Friday from 10:00a.m. to 6:00p.m. and on Saturday at the church

in-law, Mrs Coralee Sturrup, Mrs Edith Sturrup of New York and Mrs Barbara { frorn 9:00a.m. until service time.



Sturrup of Golden Gates No.1; 1 brother--
in-law, Mr David S. Baker, numerous
nieces and nephews, grand nieces and
grand nephews including, Ms Hilda
Cooper and her children and grand
children especially Jennifer, Mrs Bloneva }
| McDaniels, her children and. grand

children, Mrs Myrtle Murphy; her
children and grand children; Mrs Leanna
Ramirez, her children and grand
children, Mrs Veronica Marshall, her
children and grand children, Mrs Ena
Whiteland & Spouse, children and grand
children; the Rt. Hon Dame Joan A.
| Sawyer, her son and grand children, Mrs
Yvonne Wallace and her husband Mr
" William "Bill Wallace, their children and |
grandchildren; Mrs Veronica Minnis and her children“and grand children;



Rolle and their children and grand children, Mrs Sandra McPhee and her |
husband, Mr Harold McPhee and their children, Mrs: Sharon Pollard and her |
children, Ms Corinne Moss and her sons; Mrs Patrice Gray and her husband
Mr Clint Gray; Mrs Villarene Henfield and her husband and children; Mrs |

and children, Mrs Beverley McPhee and her husband and children, Mrs

and his wife Nettie and their children and grand children, Mr. Pedric Coakley
and his children and grand children, Mr Cedric Ramsey and his wife Sandra
and their children and grand children, Mr Creswell Sturrup; Messrs. Mark,
Nitchell, Edison and Reginald Sturrup, Mr Godfrey Curtis and his children, .


















Rev. Keith and Rev. David Baker and their spouses and children and grand
children; Mr Lucius Sturrup and his children, Mr Anthony Sturrup and his
Sturrup and his children, Mr Marcian Sturrup and his family; Messrs Jerrel,

host of other relatives and friends especially her first cousin, Mr Edric
Sturrup and his children and grand children, the Sturrup and Ferguson families

and Dr Jagadeesh for their care of Mama Jean over the years sister Patricia

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44 Nassau



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Bethel Brothers Morticians

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

Funeral Service ds |

Marina ¢. Glinton, 73

of Oléander Avenue and

|) formerly of Calabash Bay,

} Andros will be held on
Saturday May 15th, 10:00a.m.
at St. Anne's Anglican Church,
Fox Hill Road. Rev'd Fr.
Crosley Wlkine will officiate.
Interment will follow in the
Church's Cemetery.

Left to cherish her memories

are children, Deborah Coleby, ~

- Sonja Wallace Whitfield, Byron
and Larry Glinton; son-in-law,
Kendrick Coleby; adopted daughters, Elizabeth Carey and
Caroline Turnquest; adopted sons, Emmauel Licar and
Wilbert Lucas; Ex husband and friend, Lawrence Glinton;
grandchildren, Kristen Jones, Chandra Wallace Whitfield,
Omar, Britnee, Aliyah, Jasmyn, Lauren and Morgan Glinton;
adopted grandchildren, Jamal and James Carey, Javara
Jones, Maline, Sheena, and Emmauel Licar; sister-in-law,
Lucene Wilmott, nieces, Therese, Sandra, and Delene
Wilmott, Cecelia Miller; nephews, Arlington, Levi, Edison,
Judson and Floyd Wilmot Dr. John Williams and Geoffrey
Williams; godsons, Dwayne Murray, Ryan Rahming, close
family, Beatrice Clarke, Telzena Coakley, Dorothy Coakley
Lochart, Sydney Godet, Gail Saunders, Terry North, and

Sister Janice Coakley; Dr. John Myrtle Wtlliams of Fort -
Washington, Pennsylvania, Luke and Karen McIntosh of

Green Turtle Cay, Abaco, the Coakley family, the North
family, the Strachan family, the Mortimer and Farquharson
family, the Fountains; special friends, Mrs. Avis Outten,
Val Lockhart, Dorothy King, Donna Henderson, Joyce Bain,
Barbara Bullard, Kemuel Hepburn, Patricia Babbs, Wendall
Jones, Beverly and Vincent Wallace Whitfield, Rita Pugh
of England, Dame Marguerite Pindling, Lady Darling,
Pauline Allen Dean, Neville Smith, Sally Ferguson, Betty
Mackey, Eleanor Butler, Esther Winder Storr, Fr. Crosley
_ Walkine and Mrs. Walkine, Fr. Hugh Bartlett, St. Anne's
Church family, The Bahamas Red Cross Staff & Committee
Members, and her loving pets, Coco, Baylee, Trey and Jazz.

Eends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers
Morticians, #44 Nassau Street on Friday from 10:00a.m.
to 6:00p.m. and on paturday at the church from 9: ae m.
until service time.

“In Leiu of flowers, donations can be made to The
Bahamas Red Cross P.O.Box N-8331.





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> ibemncaas Huneral on

Go SEs FOR

‘MOTHER RITA
MIRIAM. BARRY, 85

of Harbour islands who died at her
residence, May Sth, will be held on
Saturday 11:00 a.m. at Lighthouse
Church of God, Harbour Island.
Bishop Samuel Higgs, assisted by
Bishop Dudley Kelly, District
Overseer, Bishop Charles.Dean and
Elder Phillip Roberts will officiate
and interment will follow in St.
Catherine’s Cemetery, Harbour
Island.

























Treasured memories are held by her
sons, David and Alexander Barry; daughters, Lona Barry-Culmer, Betsy
Higgs and Jay Fernander; adopted son, Percival “Summer” and his wife
Minister Curtlyn Johnson; adopted daughters, Jesilee Mackey and
Sheila Saunders; grandchildren, Melissa and Ben Bethel, Gennaro,
Dennard, Carmille and Clinton Saunders Sr., Lamar and Michaelette
Barry, Clifton Barry, Tiffany and Anthony Dean, Sammeka and Darvin
Toussaint, Shemika and Davonne Barry, Linda Frazier, Patrice, Vandyke,
Carolyn and Bradley Forbes, James, Maxine, Margo, Charmaine,
Jermaine Barry and Philip Saunders; great grandchildren, Renaldo
Grant, Benjamin Bethel, Denham Barry, Antonio, Anthony Jr., and |
Antwuan Dean, Andrew, Antoine, Ashley, and Aldon Barry, Travonya,
Roddrake, Vandera, Vankiera, Isia, Vanrica and Vandyke Jr., Jerrad,
Jarreth, Brea, BJ, and Beyonce Forbes, Clinton Saunders Jr.; great-
great grandchildren, Nawonka Grant; brothers, Herman, Joseph and
Donald Saunders; sister, Mary Cleare; sons-in-law, Bishop Samuel
Higgs and Lionel Fernander; daughters-in-law, Valerie and Louis Barry;
sisters-in-law, Sarah Barry, Marie, Consuela, Geraldine and Emily
Saunders, Rosalie Stewart, Peggy Barry; brother-in-law, William Cleare;
adopted brother, Kingdom Higgs; god children, Sheila Peters, Anita
Curry, Roslyn Clarke and Melissa Percentie; close friends, Elouise
Roberts, Jacqueline Percentie, Eloise Johnson, Olga Higgs, Irene Davis,
and Ruby Percentie; numerous nieces and nephews including, Marionette
and Samuel Cartwright, Yvette and James Higgs, Jessie. Romero,
Lorenzo and Dellaree Hutchinson, Tanya Hutchinson, Elouise and
Michael Knowles, Ena Sawyer, Jan, Tracey, Charmaine, Rochelle,
Florence, Lisa, Colleen, Ryan, Neil and Michael Saunders, Tonic and
Bishop Dudley Kelly, Stephanie, Coralee, Godfrey, Rosena, Derek,
Hartman Jr., Allen; Harrison, Ivan Saunders, Mackell and Bishop
Charles Dean, Sean and Brent Saunders, Margaret Rose, Marty, Marcian,
Megan, Amanda, Morris Saunders, Kenneth and Angela Stewart, Janet
and Stevie Saunders, Valerie Sands, Kevin Cleare, Pascale Saunders,
April Cartwright- -Miller, June and Yolanda Cartwright, Patrick Barry,
Franklyn and Julia Barry and family; other relatives and friends including,
Cyril and Janice: Major and family, Shirley Cunningham, Lionel and
Jesslyn Mackey, Philip and Felicia Roberts, Elizabeth Higgs, Mr and
Mrs Daniel Beauchamp and family, Eulie and Donald Fernander and
family of Governor’ s Harbour, the family of the late Rev. Mrs Rhonda
Farrington of Hatchet Bay and Walt Farrington, the family of Rev.
‘Yvonne Pinder of Hatchet Bay, the family of Olivia Parkinson, Christiana
Thompson, the entire Lighthouse Church of God and i community
of Harbour flan











































Relatives ani fronds may pay their last respects at THE: CHAPEL OF
MEMORI ‘COMMONWEALTH FUNERAL: HOME
INDEPEND. ENCE DRIVE on Thursday from 4:00 - 7:30 p.m. and at
the church it Harbour Island on Friday from 4:30 p.m. to service time
on Saturday;







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Emerald Funeral Service .
For

“Fred” McMinns, 68

of #116-b Charles Vincent Street, and formerly of Old
Bight, Cat Island, will be held on Saturday, May 15,
2010 at 11am at Evangelistic Temple, Collins Avenue.
Rev. Dr. Gary Curry will officiate and burial will be
in Lakeview Memorial Gardéns and Mausoleums,
John F. Kennedy Drive and Gladstone Road.

§ The Radiance of this “Emerald of A Gem” will always
glow in the hearts of his:

Three Sons: Tyrone, David and Dale McMinns;
j One Daughter: Sandra Louise McMinns-Sears;
Seven Adopted Children: Anthony and Byron

Brennen Sr., John Pierre, Charlene Russell, Sheila ~

and Shannette Brennen and.Charmaine Smith;

Thirty Two Grand Children: Shanda and Sonovia Sears, Heidi Cartwright, Matthew and
Eugene Jared McMinns, Shevia Ferguson, Shamara Russell, Shameka Burrows, Vacara
and Vaughnshawn Rolle, Anson Coakley, Byron Jr., Breon, Brinell, Brianna, Brittney and
Trinique Brennen, Kaneisa, Vinesha, Chanté and Patrell Smith, Julian Orneaus, Keiron
Wallace, Kelson, Colton, Cartney and Corey Stubbs, Robert Jr. and Rashawn Gayle, Jada

| . and Jasmine Pierre and Bendeisha Moss;

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Nine Great Grand Children: Shauquoy, Allesha, Shameco, Ricardo Jr., Kiandra, Karlisa,
Sanai, Riche and Zaraha;

Five Brothers: Rev. Johnathan, Rev. Granville, Frankie and Dereck McMinns and Elijah {

McPhee:

Five Sisters: Catherine Knowles, Olivia McMinns, Yvonne Stubbs, Louise Sweeting and
Lisa Wilkinson; :

Thirty Three Nephews: Jermaine, Frank, Shield, Shelton, Kahaim, Mario, Julian, Andrian
and Don McMinns, Patrick Knowles, Trevor, Talbert and Albert Lambert, Shawn Sands,
Angelo Dean, Joe Stubbs Jr., Alfred Pratt. Jamal and Jarad Wilkinson, Evando Leslie,
Rambo Robert and Commando Roben Sears. Jerry, Christopher, Dwayne, Ricardo, Charles,
Gregory, Elvardo, Antonias, Arthur, Marvin and Steven;

Thirty Four Nieces: Sophia, Henricka, Derrich, Juliet and Jessica McMinns, Christa Evans,
Jerry, Inez Hinsey, Dellerice and Virginia Thurston; Sherine Miller, Anastacia Lambert,
Jenelen Rolle, Shawniece Sands, Shantell Mackey, Theresa Munnings, Sharon Bowles,
Louise Stubbs, Karen, Carol, Faye, Sally, Grace, Rosemary, Gaylene, Marlene, June, Besty,
Annasticia, Elthenia, Brenda, Deanne, Antonia and Billy Jean Delancy-Ferguson of
Freeport:

One Grand Aunt: Clothilda Moss;

One Son-in-law: Bradley Sears;

One Daughter-in-law: Mary Elizabeth McMinns; :

Six Brothers-in-law: James Knowles, Joe Stubbs Sr., lan Wilkinson, Samuel Brennen, Garth
Johnson and Kenneth Knowles; ,

Eight Sisters-in-law: Louise, Helen and Melissa McMinns, Rudell Brisette, Patricia Johnson-
Smith, Hester Brennen, Nora Knowles and Mary Hall; ' :

Two God Children: Terrance Ferguson and Shakera;

Other loving family and friends including: Marvin Smith, Benjamin and Jennie Moss,
Yolanda Rolle, Rudolph Gibson, Dwayne Williamson, Dereck Paul, Paul Clarke, Kelson
and Errol Burrows, Ricardo and Franka Ferguson, Shantone, Shandyke, Daniel, Rashard,
Raynard, Rashawn, Frank, Barry, Mark, Corey, Cordero, Karl, Donovan, Mark Pinder,
Tonsie, Raneika, Rakeima, Shadiece, Tanaz, Charlique, Ciera, Ramaka, Kayshonta, Sahara,
Tamara, Charlise, Chazz, Chelsea, Shanae, Gladstone Brissette, Tamara, Aneka and Kayla

Smith, Ronald Sands, Shirrell, Shirley, Doreen and Cheryl Douglas, Sherwin, Pastor |

Barrington Brennen, Debbie Fox, Cynthia Miller, Angela Brooks, Joyann Pratt, Nazlene
and Stephanie Wallace; Beryl Rahming, Allen, Ruth and Jackie Forbes, Kenneth, Bernadette
and Edith Rolle, Cynthia McDonald, Roy and Rodger Brown, Olamae Anderson, Pearlene
Wright, Ruth Hanna, Olivia Mott, Christopher Farrington, Christine Newton and Joy Kelly;
Special thanks to: College of the Bahamas, Nassau Guardian, Police Control Room, N.U.A.
Insurance Agents & Brokers, Sun And Restaurant, the Staff of Male Medical II, The entire
St. Charles Vincent Street Community and Pastors Gary Curry and Vaughan L. Cash and
the Evangelistic Temple Church Family. : ! :

Visitation will be in “Emerald Suite” Emerald Ridge Mortuary & Monument Company

Ltd. #20 Claridge Road on Friday, May 14, 2010 from 1:00pm to 6pm and at Evangelistic
Temple, Collins Avenue on Saturday, May 15, 2010 from 10am to service time.



Visit our website: www.emeraldridgemortuary.com view video tributes, sign guest
book, send condolence, sympathy, share memories and make funeral arrangements.

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Pinder’s Funeral Home
“Service Beyond Measure” “
PALMDALE AVENUE, NASSAU, BAHAMAS
PHONE: 322-4570/ 393-1351 ¢ CELL: 357-3617
RANNIE PINDER President.

Memorial Service For

EDRICK CHRISTOPHER
HALL, 47

| of Pine Yard Road,
who died on Sunday,
will be held at
Ebenezer Methodist
Church on Saturday,
May 15th, 2010 at

10:00am. Rev. James
| Neilly officiating.



He is survived by his
wife: Patty Hall; one sister: Debra Algreen
of Avon Park, Fla.; one brother: Ian Hall of
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; one brother-in-law:
Edward Algreen; six sisters-in-law: Susan
Hall, Lisa Wood, Kathy Rose, Jeannette

| Knowles, Betty Riker and April Lighty;

five brothers-in-law: Dave Wood, Stephen
Rose, Neil Knowles, Mike Riker and David
Lighty; many nieces and nephews
especially: Rebecca Algreen, Heather Hall,
Travis and Todd Knowles and Hunter Hall;
aunts, uncles and cousins many other
relatives and friends. —

Funeral arrangements are being handled by
Pinders Funeral Home, Palmdale Ave.,
Palmdale. | /





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Vaughn ©. Jones





Diane Elizabeth Cooper, 56

Ministers of the Gospel. Interment



Hill. :

Fond memories will forever linger in the hearts of her one

son, Andrew Laurence Rolle Jr.; one grandson, Takio
Laurence Rolle; five brothers, Alfred Cooper of Freeport,
Grand Bahama, Thomas, John, Gary and Audley (deceased);

adopted sister, Eugenie Smith; two aunts, Hazel and

Harriet Darling; two nephews, Thomas Jr. and Alpacino
Cooper; eight nieces, Taunya Cooper Chea, Johnette
Sweeting, Melinda, Aja, Abria, Rochelle, Shannell and
Shazelle Cooper; five grandnephews, Delquin Basden,
Sheffield Jr., Shilo Sweeting, Thomas Cooper III and
Austin Cooper; three grandnieces, Montinya Davis, Brijae
Cooper and Chelsee Chea; two nephews-in-law, Jeffery

Chea and Sheffield Sweeting; numerous other relatives |
and friends including, Jewelann Bethel, Patrice Cooper, |
Kate Smith, Deborah Armbrister, Iva, Marian and Mary |

Jolly, Obie and Helen Mortimer, Mrs. Pandora Hall, Clayton

Moss, Elvy Pratt and family, Leon and Annamae Taylor |

and family, Sam Moss and family, Betty Humes and family,
| Elein Bowe, Sheryl Fernander, St. Anselms Roman Catholic

Church family, the City Market family, especially the |
Village Road Staff and the members of the Fox Hill |

| Community, Sylvia Pratt, Mrs. Ida Johnson and family,

Wilfred Moss of New York, Rev. David Johnson and The |

Macedonia family, Dorcas Ferguson and family.

Viewing will be held in the Suite of Vaughn O. Jones |

Memorial Center, Mt. Royal Ave. and Talbot Street on
| Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and at the church
on Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. to service time.

Mt. Royal Aveuve & Talbot Steet,
_ Telephone: 676-2386 ° 24 Hour Emergency
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MEMORIAL CENTER |

“Honoring the memories of loved ones” |
INDEPENDENTLY OWNED & OPERATED |

FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT |

of Grant Street, Fox Hill who died |
| on Monday May 3, 2010 will be |
| held on Wednesday, May 12, |
} 2010 at 11:00 a.m. at St.]
| Anselm's Roman Catholic |
| Church, Bernard Road, Fox |
Hill. Officiating will be Msgr. |
| Preston A. Moss assisted by other }

| will follow in the St. Anselm's |
Cemetery, Bernard Road, Fox |

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

Last Rites for ©

RUTH
CURTIS, 79

of Tucker Road, Big Pond
Subdivision and formerly of
Rolleville Exuma will be held on
Saturday at 11:00 A.M. at Pilgrim
Baptist Temple, St. James Road off
Kemp Road. Officiating will be
Bishop E. Randy Fraser assisted by
Other Ministers of Religion.
| Interment in Lakeview Memorial
Gardens, J. F. K. Drive and Gladstone.
Road.













































She is survived by 2 sons: Thomas Evans and Dwight Barr Lead
Mechanic of the Royal Bahamas Defense Force; 6 daughters:
| Deborah, Patrice and Adena Evans, Rev. Karen Evans Campbell,
Pandora Evans Brown, and Eileen Evans Sweeting; 20 grand
children: Michael, Manasseh Cornell and Derek Rolle, Shantel
Fergurson, Steven Louis Pratt, Kermetto Evans, Keisha Campbell,
Philip Jr, Paiton and Pavia Brown, Gia, Garon and Gary Sweeting
| Jr, Elenna Hanna, Poitier Evans, Denver and Laquana Moxey, Lathario
Pinder, Dwight Jr and Dannesha Barr; 6 Great grand children:
Alexandria Tucker, Shalexus Ferguson, Philip III and Zyah Brown,
Zhajah Clarke and Dahlia Moxey; 1 son-in-law, Philip Brown, 1
| daughter-in-law: Geniece Barr; Nephews and Nieces include,
Patrick Flowers, Linda Thurston, Derek Arnett Michelle Johnson,
Kathy and Doris Tynes, Elizabeth Hall and Florentine and Felix
Curtis Jr.; 2 sisters-in-law: Hyacinth and Zellamae Curtis; god
| children: Dencil Rolle, Judith, lan Bowe, Rochelle Rolle Sturrup,
Matena Wallace and Nicole Knowles; other relative and friends
include Roy and Forester Bowe Mary Dames, Annie Butler and
| Family, Nell Stubbs, Bezetta Nixon, Brenda Barry, Ruby Curtis and_
Family, Gary, Rodney and Lateisha Rolle, Dorothy Davis, Randy
| Curtis, Douglas Rolle and Family, Nathalie Sturrup and Family,
Nettie Smith & Family, Nellie Ferguson & Family, Pearline Bastian,
Alicia Stanislaus, Gloria Campbell and Family, Helen Armbrister,
| Iva Rolle, Andrea and Stephen Bethel, The Brown, Bailey, and

Rodgers Families, Pastor E. Randy Frazer and the Pilgrim Baptist

Temple Family, Eurice Ferguson & Family, Carolyn Rodgers &

Family, Carrie Mckenzie, Lester Moxey & Family, Jones Pratt,-
- Lawrence Pinder & Family, Linda Johnson & Family, Ether Gaitor
| and Family, Alison Hayes & Family, Doreen Brown and Family,
| Corrie Higgs & Family, Daran McKenzie & Family, Lee Barr and
| Family, Kevin and Bernadette Ferguson, Fennamae Stubbs & Family,
Hubert Mcintosh & Family, Kim Bodie and Family, the entire Big
Pond Family, The Royal Defence Force Family, The Black village
Family, and host of others as there are too many to be mentioned.

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The body will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary, Robinson
Road and Fifth Street on Friday from 11:00 A.M. until 6:00 P.M.
and at the church on Saturday from 10:00 A.M. until service time.

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Sueeting’s Colonial
Mortuary And Crematorium

84 Blue Hill Road - P.O. Box N-8161 ° Tel: 325-7867
; ¢ Fax: 325-7867



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FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR
A Home-Going Celebration for the late

Dennis Gregory Miller, 56

a resident of Rolle Avenue and Apple
Street , will be held on Saturday,
15 th May, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. at
Holy Cross Anglican Church,
Highbury Park, New Providence,
N.P. ,fhe Bahamas. Officiating
will be Rev’d Fr. Norman
Lightbourn and interment will be
held ‘at Woodlawn Gardens
Cemetery. Funeral Service is
entrusted to Gateway Memorial
Funeral Chapel.



MS. ELLAMAE
THOMPSON, 60

a resident of Hay Street, will
be held at St. Agnes Anglican
Church, Balliou Hill Road on
Saturday, 15th May, 2010 at
3:00 p.m. Officiating will be
| The Venerable Archdeacon
I. Ranfurly Brown, Canon
Warren Rolle, Rev’d Fr.

® Bernard Been and Rev’d Fr.
— Neil Nairn. Interment will
follow in the Church's Cemetery, Nassau Street.
































He will be sadly missed by his
brothers: Dr Ralph Reckley of
Baltimore, Brian, Carl, Glen, Tyrone
Miller; five sisters: Sheila and
Valderine Miller, Jennie Hinsey, Betty Russell, Judy Thompson of
Freeport Grand Bahama ; one aunt: Audrey Forbes of Boston;
nephews and neices:'‘Ken and Kayla Thompson, Lamout Knowles,
Swede Ford, Neil Miller, Tamarah and Christie Miller, Misty and
Raymond Bain, Lynette Johnson, Garvin and Carlitte Miller, Ray |
and Rickey Reckley, Linda and Tony Thomas of Freeport Grand
Bahama , Parrish, Gary, Sandra, Michelle Miller of Miami Florida,
Sandra Strapp of West Palm Beach, Sharon and Keisha Hinsey,
Lisa, Quentin, Linda, Nicolas and Tiffany Thompson, Nirvana
Armbrister, Gino and Shala Bullard, Giselle Smith, Ashlee Rolle,
Cora Bowe, Jullian Brown, Ian, Quetel and Bridgette Miller , Robert,
Sherice, Shanika, Kershena, Meclaika and Tyronda Miller; Sixty
Three Grand nephews and neices including: Ashlyn Johnson,
Kaden Miller, Tenile and Treasure Miller; three sister -in- laws:
Carolyn, Jackie and Carmeta miller; Friends: Perry Proza, Marcian
Saywer, Stacy Smith, Claudi Arnette,Sinlly, Valerie Taylor, Hilda
Woodside, Irraineand Evelyn Knowles, Glen Rolle, Marlyn Stubbs,
Percy Butler, Sliver Maycock, Patsy Pearce, Souveir Pelmon, Halison
Ferguson, Andrew Rahming, The Meadows Family, Leon Knowles |
and Family; other family and friends: Sylvia Laramore, Crawford,
The Green, Wells, Tynes, Johnson, Laramore, Crawford families,
The Rolle Avenue and Apple Street Families, Iclyn Fowler, Kenneth
Thompson, Linda Riley, Jenifer, Sidney, Robert, Wendy, Andria
and Derek Smith, Raymond, Richard, Hugh, Cassandra, Sean,
Peaches and Blundell Laramore, Willard, Carolyn and Albert Roberts,
| Irene Fernander, Eva King, Diane, Paulette and Freddie Miller,
Bishop Neville Hart, Dwayne Johnson, Roger and Rose Parad,
Bernadette Stubbs, J. R. Williams, James Laramore and Family,
Kenneth and Loraine Clarke, Barbra Dorsette.

and other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.






Left to cherish her memories are her Sons: Samuel and
Anthony L. Thompson, Grandchildren: Tamica J. Clarke,
Anthony L. Thompson, Rojay Kelly, Antonio, Angel
T., Samuel and Cameron Thompson, Daughters-in-Law:
Uvanka and Simone Thompson, Aunts: Rachel and
Leah O'Brien, Uncle: Granville O'Brien, Aunt-in-Law:
Sylvia O'Brien and A host of other Relatives and Friends
Including: Michael, Michelle, Kendrick and Charles
Major, Rosalind, Rodney, Colin, Granville and Paul
O’Brien, John "Johnny" O’Brien of Ashville North
Carolina, Sherline O'Brien Rolle, Charles Newbold and
family, Elvira "Ellie" Newbold Riley, Sidney Kelly and
family, Jan from the Beauty Salon and family, the
Johnson and Wilson families, Pepper Sweeting and
family, Miller, Deveaux and Saunders families, Esther
Rahming and family, Ruth Rahming and family, Ms.
Hanna and family, Ms. Adderley and family, Mary Butler .
and family, Ms. Kay and family, the Barber Shop Boys | -
and family, Hay Street family, Cameron Street family,
Grants Town family, Transfiguration Baptist Church
family, Sir Harry’s Bar family, Church of Christ family,
St. Paul's Baptist Church family, Baptist Bible Church
family, One Family Junkanoo Group, St. Agnes ACW
and St. Agnes Parish family and the Dialysis Ward of
the Princess Margaret Hospital.




























‘The body will repose at the Chapel of the Saints
Sweeting’s Colonial Mortuary and Crematorium, #84
Blue Hill Rd. from 10.00am until6.00pm and on Friday
from 9.30am to 1.30pm on Saturday and 2.00pm at the
Church until service time.



Viewing will be held at the Gateway Memorial Funeral Chapel
Church on Friday May 14 from 10:30a.m. until 6:00 p.m. and on
Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until service time at the Church.} Arrangment
will be handled by. Gateway Memorial. Funeral Chapel.








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“A New Canndiient To Service’

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR ©

Ranard Edward Fritzgerald Moss, 5

of Elizabeth Estates who died on May 5;
2010 will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m.
at the Annex Baptist Cathedral.

Officiating will be Apostle Mitchel E.

Jones and Pastor Elliston Greenslade
assisted by Other Ministers. Interment

| will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier
Road.

He is survived by his Parents: Annette
Deveaux and Randy Moss; Brothers:

Randy Jr., Kenton, Renaldo, and Rashaun; -

Sisters: Keira, Randynette and Rashea;

Grand Mother: Edna Deveaux; Great |

Grand Mother: Hilda Johnson; Aunts:
Lynette Ferguson, Ethel Dames &
Rochelle; Uncles: Terrance and Julian Deveaux, Alton Ferguson, Tim
Dames, Basil Moss & Samuel Moss Jr.; Cousins: Aysha, Alton & Angelo
aFerguson, Terrance, Terran, Tiffany and Julio Deveaux; Grand Aunts:
Lerlean Collie and Marjorie Goodman, Mildred Williamson, Nora Smith,
s Catherine, Clara, Francis, Sybilene and Rosalie McPhee, Goldie and
Marietta McKinney and Cynthia Brown, Thomasina and Dorothy Moss;
Grand Uncles: Evangelist and Joel McPhee, Hayward McKinney, Winston
Smith, Arthur Williamson, Victor Moss & Vincent Moss; Great grand
Uncles: Levi McPhee & John Burrows; Great Grand Aunt: Irene McPhee
& Nora McIntosh; God Parents: Joyce Daxon, Patricia Hall, Pamela
Hart, Princess Knowles, Nurse Patrice Hanna, Patricia McKenzie, Charlene
Winters and Joyce Winters; his adopted grandfather: Oral Ferguson;
Numerous cousins and a host of other relatives and friends including:
Tim Burnside, Levita Johnson and Family, Gloria Hanna and family,
# Pandora Woodside & family, Donlyn McPhee & family Vernitta Storr,
Keith and Daire Ferguson, The Bible Truth family, the staff of Jackson
Memorial Hospital’s Hematology/Oncology Units, staff of G.Q. Diplomat
| Beauty & Barber Salon, Rudolph Minnis, Mavis Hanna and family and
Dr. Elvira Higgs, Idamae Hanna, Tasha & Mrs. Adderley, Margarine Moss,
Minerva & Cardinal Edwards, Betty and Nancy McPhee, Julian Glover
& Family, Cecil Jones and Family, Portia Ferguson, Apostle Mitchel Jones
and The Annex Baptist Church Family, Errison Davis, Dana & Darren,
Petra Malcolm, Corrine Miller, Lula Rolle, Kathleen Williamson, Patrick
Rose and Family, Mark Turnquest, Michelle and Lenny Goffe, Val Evans,
Broquell Poitier, Cynthia Periera, Nurse Carla Rolle, Nurse Carla Williams,
Brenda Johnson, Denise Lightbourn, Terry Jolly & Family, Philip McIntosh
and staff of Columbian Emeralds.

Friends may pay their last respects at East Sunrise Mortuary, Rosetta
Street, Palmdale from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday and at the Church
from 10 a.m. on Saturday until service time.

pa) a) MORTUARY.

“A New Commitment To Service”

ae Rosetta Street, P.O.Box C.B. 12248 / Palmdale,
Nassau, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 323-EAST — (242) 326-4209 Fax: 356- xe
24 hrs. Emergency Service
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- (242) 395-8931

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR
Merline Christine Miller, 50

Cellular:

a resident of Thompson Lane will |
be held on Sunday, 16 May, 2010
at 10am at Parkgate S.D.A.
Church, Parkgate Road.
Officiating will Pator Danhugh
Gordon assisted by Elder Kenny
Deveaux. Interment will be in
Southern Cemetery.

“| She would always be remembered
by her father, Bruce Miller; step
mother, Beryline Miller; 3
brothers, Basil & Anthon and
Leading Seaman, Bernard Brian Miller of the Royal Bahamas
Defence Force; 5 sisters, Elizabeth Walker, Paulette Rutledge
of Lakeland, Florida, Movena & Bernadette Miller and Brenda
Gibson; 3 brother-in-laws, Kelcy Walker, Marvin Rutledge
Sr. and Timothy Gibson; 3 sisters in-laws, Joycelyn, Jennifer |
& Jan Miller,; 5 uncles, George, David (Sarah), Prince (Leona),
Jack and Maxwell (Joyce) Miller; 7 aunts, Colette Forbes,
Rosalie Clarke, Florina Rolle, Joylean (John) Stubbs, Blanche
Forbes, Vernita Miller & Janet (Rodney) Weech; 11 nephews,
Darin Higgs, Ricky Jr. & Deandre Morrison, Michael Miller,
Marvin Rutledge Jr., Dario Cravatt, Basil Jr., Justin & Bryan
Miller, Tim'mon Gibson and Anthon Miller Jr.; 11 nieces,
Lilaeta Morrison, Peaches Rutledge, Inderia & Sharese Duncan,
Brianetta, Brianique, Bryann, Tanik & D'aisha Miller,
Tim'monae Gibson & Albernette Etienne; 1 grand uncle,
Arthur Neely; 1 grand niece, Shaquan Higgs; other friends
and relatives including, Beth Evans & family, Maria Campbell
& family, Fred Brennen & family, Pearl Neely & family, Jerry
Neely & family, Carla Neilson & family, Holly Bain & family,
Arthalene & family, Albert Etienne, Carolyn Haven, Monique
McKenzie, Lisa Mortimer, Cynthia Roberts, Claramae Pratt,
Rosalie Forbes of Miami Florida, Eleanor Rolle & Prenell
King, Marissa Stubbs, John & Larry Zonicle of Canada and
the community of Thompson Lane.

Relatives and friends may pay there last respect at Riverside |
Funeral Chapel, Market Street and Bimini Avenue on
Saturday from 11am until6pm and at the ehur ch on Sunday
from 8:30am until service time.





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sey MAY 13, 2000; PAGE a

| Butler’ Si F sickened Hives & Cremortariomt
Telephone: 393-2822, York & Ernest Sts.

ete P.O. Box N-712, Nassau, I
o FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS —

| Friends may pay their last Teanecls at Butlers’ Funeral [|
: Homes & Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on [
: Thursday May 14th, 2010 from 10:00 a. m. until 4:00 §
: p.m. and at St. John’s Anglican Church, Buckley’s Long §
: Island on Friday from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. and on §.

cong ad, will be held on ; Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until service time. §

at 10:00 a.m. at St. John’s |



Merle Genevieve Wells, 94 |

of Buckley’s Long Island,
formerly of Turtle Cove,

Saturday May 15th 2010,

Anglican Church,
Buckley’s, Long Island.

Church Cemetery, Buckley’s,
Long Island.



Left io cherish her memories are: her son: John Wells;

her two daughters: Meta Bethell and Una Elliott; three
sisters: Mae Major, Lois (Dolly) Knowles and Leila |

Farrington; ten grand children: Craig and Earle Bethell,
Melanie Munnings, Sheari Strachan, Lynette Turnquest,

Loren Delauze-Madu, John Jr., Earle, June and Stephen :
Wells; sixteen great grand children; Craig Jr., Aurea :
Bethell, Travis and Tiffany Strachan, Andre and Megan
Turnquest, Kirkland and Kavaughn Munnings; Dominique |
Bethell, Andre Wells Madu, Hense Delauze, Tatyanna :

Muda, J ahman and Valerie Wells, Elricko and J ayda Wells;
nineteen nieces; twenty-one nephews; two grand
friends too numerous to mention including Rev’d Ermest
Archdeacon Keith Cartwright, Archdeacon Harry Bain,
Rev’d Michael Gittens, Archilee Hollingsworth, Hon.
family, The Cartwright family, The Richie family, Euterpie
Pratt, Henry and Janet Adderley, Delgica Rahming, Carl

and family, Sylvia Scriven, Allison Bethel and family,
Neil Culmer, Eugene Culmer, Mavis Culmer, Dawn

Church, and all other family members and friends of Long
Island.

Officiating will be Rev. Fr. :
‘Ernest Pratt assisted by Other :
Ministers. Interment will :
follow in St. John’s Anglican :



Bahamas



Anglican Church, Baillou
Hill Road. Officiating will
be Archdeacon I. Ranfurly
Brown. Cremation will
follow. 4

She is survived by one son:
Chann Hall; two grand-
daughters: DeChan and
) Sade Hall; seven sisters:
Elizabeth Gibson, Eloise

Archer, Joan Roach, Sheila
Wilson, Judith Cumberbatch, Yvonne Wilson and Eleanor
Newbold; seven brothers: Chrispin Newbold of Freeport,



Samuel, Phillip, Kirkland, James and Thomas Smith and

; ; : : : : oe : Alcott Wilson; thirty-seven nieces; twenty-four nephews;
nephews; one sister-in-law; Mavis Major; one daughter- © one aunt: Doris Bullard; one daughter-in-law: Donica;

in-law; Veronica Wells, and a host of other relatives and | give sisters-in-law: Cleo Newbold of Freeport, Beverley,

Annie, Angela and Miranda Smith; three brothers-in-law:
Pratt, Archdeacon Kingsley Knowles and family, :

George Gibson, Leonard (Skinny) Archer and Canon Neil

Roach; Special thanks to Dr. Herbert Orlander and Dr.

Delton Farquharson; and a host of other relatives and |
Lawrence Cartwright and family, The Major family, The :

Turnquest family, The Knowles family, The Strachan
In Lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Agnes
Al ley, } : Anglican Church.

and Geneva Sweeting, Valerie Hudson, Evelyn Cooper | .
: Friends may pay their last respects at Butlers’ Funeral

: Homes & Crematorium, Ernest & York Streets on Friday
Beneby, Dr. Holder, ACW members of St. John’s Anglican :

friends too numerous to mention.

May 14th, 2010 10:00 a. m. until 4:00 p.m. and at the

church on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until service time.



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ROSCOE GEORGE
RUSSELL, 85

resident of Persis Rodger Home,

Abaco, who passed away on 30th April,

will be Rev. Dr. Robert L. Colebrook,



Left to cherish his memories are his son, Roscoe Russell Jr.; daughter,
Patricia Russell- Bowe; son-in-law, Cephas Bowe; daughter-in-law, :

Hyacinth Russell; step daughters, Eva Bowe, Patricia Ferguson,

Denise Davis, Wendell Huyler, Rupert Ferguson; grand-children,

Rotisha Russell, Tamara Bowe, Nakaisha Bowe, Tanya Martin,

Raquel Bowe, Cephas Bowe Jr:; step grand-children, Antillio Bastian, |
Antinique Bastian, Alicia Gibson, Samantha Newbold, Decoya i
Huyler, Wendall Huyler Jr., Cristopher Huyler, Orissa Huyler, Crystal }
Ferguson, Rothia Ferguson, Randeno Ferguson, Chrisnika Ferguson; }

great grandchildren, Ryann Bowe, Toynell Newry, Isziah Bowe,

Martao Bethell, Johnathan Martin; life long friend and companion, }
Ms. Loiuse Edgecombe; a host of other relatives and friends including, }
. Felton, Eddie, John, Danny, Sue, Shelia, Emily, Shirley, Mary, :
Gertrude, Martha and the rest of the Edgecombe family, Alfred Jr. ;
and John Russell, Joyse Rolle, Agnes Curry, Mildred Thomas, ;
Veronica Russell, Mary Albury and Mrytis Russell, Elijah Curry, ;
Roosevely Curry, Arthur Curry, Reuben Curry, the staff of the Persis :
Rodgers Home, the entire Rockcrusher Community, the Bain & }
Grants Town Community, Hospital Lane Community, the Whymms
family, the staff of BH RIU Hotel, the staff of Nassau Palm Resort.

Friends may pay thier last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, :
Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the :
church from 10:00 a.m. until service time. i



CARMINE LOUISE
WALKIN GARDINER,
80 |



Ganson: ee & spikenard Roads.



Bemeritte’s Funeral

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Walaa SERVICES FOR

Hawthorne Road & formerly of Cave Cay,

2010, will be held at The New St. Paul's |
Baptist Church, Bais Street & Baillou Hill :
Road, on Saturday at 11 :00 a.m. Officiating :

) assisted by Rev. Emmett Johnson, Rev. :
Kenneth Bain & Rev. Tonia Colebrook. :
Interment follows in St. Agnes Cemetery, Nassau Street: :

a resident of 2nd Street the Grove &
formerly of Bottle Creek, Turks Island, }
who passed away-on 30th April, 2010, will :
be held at Blue Hill Gospel Chapel, Blue :
Hill Road, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. }
Officiating will be Pastor Stephen :
Knowles. Interment follows in Southern :

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Left to cherish her memories are her 9 children, Alex, Ted, Harry
Jr., Elaine, Nancy, Dual, Gloria and Lisa Gardiner and Audrey Davis;
2 adopted daughters, Esthet Forbes and Melanie Newry; 1 son- -in-
law, John Davis; 1 daughter-in-law, Cleopatra. Gardiner; 25
grandchildren, Jermaine Higgins, Michael, LaToya, Randy ‘and ©
Lakeisha Thomas, Arlene, Shavonne and Samantha Deveaux, Arthur
and Whitney McDonald, Shandia, Alexis, Niola, D.D., Miles, Arsenio,
Ryan, Monte, Vardo and Alex Gardiner, Jr., Candice, Toya and Harry
Gardiner III, Jason Gardiner, and Johnathan Davis; 6 great-
grandchildren: Larrishka Gardiner, DeAngelo Wells, Rolando



‘Gardiner and Shanaiya Terry, Renee and Robin; 2 adopted great

grandchildren, Tafon & Mario Gardiner; 3 sisters, Berneice
Lightbourne, Sarah Walkin, and Gertrude Gardiner (deceased May
11); 6 brothers-in-law, Enoch Lightbourne, Noel, Cornelius and
Hilton Gardiner, Mervin Williams and Winston Gardiner; 6 Sisters-
in-law: Iva Williams, Rose, Nell, Myrtis, Matred and Alecia Gardiner;
1 godchild,.Carolyn Cambridge; numerous nieces and nephews

‘including, Emmanuel, Hudson, Timothy, Arnold, Brandford, Jonathan,

Noel, Jr., Delorise, Elizabeth, Faithful, J udy, Rosemary, Garnet,
Clifford, Hope, Sherry, Brenda, Deseriene, Prudence, Enid, Linda, ~
Hewitt, Elladee, Elizabeth, Laverne, J ohn, Debra, Barbara, Delia,
Patricia, Anthony, Gailey, Shannon, Kenneth, Luke, Daenette,
LaPaige, Beatrice, Sidney, Ingrid, Terrence, Doreen, Carl, Patrice,
Lynette, Andrew, ‘Anthony, Chandra, Susan, Clifford, Delia (Dee),
Ilinda, Joseph, Youlette, Alice, Lucille, Roxie, Bue, Ariel, Shepard,
Martin, Wayne, Junior, Evan, Celotte, lona, Floyd, Charlton, Alveda,
Bennett, Emily, Ferrington, Barbara, Lindsay, Howard, Olive; other
friends and relatives include, Margaret Gardiner, Jackie and Sharon ©
Whylly, Melrose Barr, Tiffany Gardiner, Cassandra Rolle, James
Bodie, Kevin Salabie, Deangelo Wells, Delores Davis, Hon. Janet
Bostwick, the Astwood and Demeritte families, Dorothy Hamilton,
Lealand & Emerald Lightbourne, Abigail Bethel, Darville "Sonny"
Walkine, Crossley Walkine, Gertrude Miller, Ernestine Adderley, |
Clarice Bethel, Leonora Gardiner, Maxwell, Willard & Beaumont
Hamilton, Dr. Clarabelle Gardiner & family, Gertrude Demeritte &
family, Maxine Missick Bolden, Barton & Eudene Duncanson,
Beaulah Gardiner, Sharon Taylor, Lynn Gardiner, Elizabeth Keju,
Jackie Smith, Willy & Ula Smith, Lloyd, Kathleen, Ernest, Eugene,
William, Lucresha, Annie, Sarah Wright, Shirley Storr, Marie Gardiner,
Patricia, Jancy, Helen Waters, Marcel & Lela Lightbourn & family,
the Hamilton family, the Hall family, the Walkine family, the Outten
family, the Forbes family, the-Missick family, Clifton Hanna, Clifton
& Kevanna Ewing, Diann Hanna, Rev. Simeon Hall, Winston & |
Glennis Wallace, Perry & Marjorie Wallace, Mae Johnson, Leo &
Rose Kirby, Pastor Tom & Lesa Roberts, Pastor Joseph Swann &
family, Dr. Christine Chin, Dr. & Mrs. Conville Brown, Dr. Francis
and Staff of The Bahamas Heart Centre, Doctors and nurses of
Female Medical I, Female Medical II and Intensive Care Unit of the
Princess Margaret Hospital, the East Street Gospel Chapel, the Blue
Hill Gospel Chapel family, the Abundant Life Bible Church family,
the Mount Tabour Full Gospel Baptist Church and other relatives
and friends too numerous-to mention. (If by chance we forgot to
mention your name, we apologize. Please know that it was not
intentional) °

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,

| Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the
“church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.






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TNs eee

LEWIS
NATHANIEL
FARRINGTON, 97

Highway & a resident of Little Creek,





11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Dr. Lindo Wallace Sr.,

assisted by other Associate Ministers. Interment follows in

Old Trail Cemetery, Old Trail Road.

Left to cherish his memories are his wife, Jocelyn Farrington;
6 sons, PC1408 Samuel Farrington, Jacob, Esau, Michael,
Philip & Andrew F arrington; 6 daughters, Shirley Marshall,

Farrington & Dorcas Stubbs; grandchildren, Barbara, Kendra,
Lakeisha, Upendra, Syntesh, Indera, Michaela, Mariah,
Philippa, Tracey, Cleare, Zelma, Angel; Peaches, Samantha,
Karen, Marilyn, Pamela, Bernadette, Anthony, Clint,
Barrington, Kendrick, Kevin, Kenton, Tevin, Johnathon,
Albert, Kentin, Kharson, Michael Jr., Phillip Jr., Tyrone, Neko,
George, Cyril Jr., Taft, Barnard, John, Anton & Nathaniel;

Kevin Turnquest; > daughters- in-law, Freda, Ineas, Deborah,

& Eloise Ferguson; 3 erand sons-in- law, Brent Dorsett Sr.,

-'Wallace & famil

community of Little Creek, Andros..

a resident of Charles Saunders :

Andros, who passed away on 5th May, :
2010, will be held at Church of God :
Temple, Crooked Island Street & : |
Coconut Grove Ave, on Saturday at :





: Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Briday & on
Saturday at the church from 10:00 a-m. until service time.

WENDELL
ROOSEVELT
— "Soldier"
TAYLOR, 62

a resident of Garden Hills #2, & |
formerly of Thompson Hill, Crooked
Island, who passed away on 2nd May,
2010, will be held at Community
Holiness Church, Bahama Avenue & |
Amos Ferguson Street, on Saturday

i at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Michael A. Hinzey,
: assisted by other Ministers. Interment follows in Woodlawn
; Gardens, Soldier Road.

Deborah Charles, Naomi Hawkins, Rose Williams, Redenisa

: Left to cherish fond and pleasant memories are his loving and
:. committed wife, Marina Taylor; 2 sons, Jason and Lynden
: Taylor; one daughter, Nicoya Mather; father, Joseph Taylor;
: two brothers, Randolph & Braynen Taylor; one sister, Veronica
: Ferguson; one aunt, Elsada Deleveaux; one uncle, Theopholus
: Taylor; seven erand children, Ivanna. and Terrell Cleare, ‘Trinay
: and Trilean Mather, Lynika Taylor, Lynden Jr. and Joshua
11 great grand children, Clinteria, Clintique & Clint Jr., Brent :
Jr., Kenvardo, Calesia, Reanna, Kayvia, Kaylicia, Christian |
& Kamya: 6 sons-in-law: Barrington Hawkins Sr., Ricardo :
Marshall, Gabriel Charles, Philip Stubbs, Roger Williams & }
: Ferguson, Herschel Jr. and Ronald Collie, Rev. John
Joycelyn & McKell Farrington; 1 sister, Eloise Crawley of
Savannah, Georgia; 4 nephews, Henry, George & Willie :
Farrington & Audley Sands; 6 nieces, Leona Norris, Geraldine -:
Higgs, Emerald Fraser, Cleomi Forbes, Jestina Rodgers & :
Pam Drinks of ' Savannah, Georgia; 3 brothers-in-law, Rev. :
Elais Ferguson, Charles Dorsette & Milton Crawley of :
Savannah, Georgia; 6 sisters-in-law, Geraldine Stubbs, Rebecca }
Davidson, Hazel Leadon, Edith Forbes, Rev. Sarah Ferguson :
: Jetsen Taylor, Andrew Thurston, Stanford and A.S.P. Basil
Carl Strachan & Issac Johnson; other relatives & friends :
including, the Sands family, the Josey family, Bishop Lindo :
y, the Evans family, Michelle McGreggor, :
Raquel Sands, the Williams family, the Munnings family, the :.
McDonald family, the Lucky Heart Corner family, Church of :
God Temple family, Cyril Bethel & family, Bahamas Food :
Service, the Corner Hotel & H.M. Prison Family, Pastor :
Arlington Rolle & family, Corene Rolle, Pastor Hanna, Cynthia :
Chong & family, Minister Minnis & family & the entire :
: Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral
: Home, Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on
Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral :

Taylor; one daughter-in-law, Mary Taylor; six sisters-in-law,
Theresa Taylor, Rev Dr. Elfreda Symnonette, Minister Tezel
Anderson, Alterene Newry, Orlean Ferguson, Fanola
Wilkinson and Vernice Collie; brothers-in-law, Shervin

Symonette, Samuel Anderson, Charles Newry, Franklyn
Ferguson and Mark Wilkinson; nieces, Deshanda Thurston,

Christiline, Lorraine, Esther and Dezree Taylor, Finnel Dean,

Latesha Mcintosh, Iverene Lewis, Florina Turner, Reta Bethel,
Ronette Collie, Cornelia Cooper, Marva Rendall, Paulette
Louis, Deborah Symonette, Samantha Rodgers, Tyrell
Farquharson, Tynell Ferguson; nephews, Reno Mcintosh,
Insley Collie, Hosea Taylor Jr., Anthony, Braynen Jr. and

Collie, Dennis, Clyde, Floyd, Kevin, Dyral and Jamal Collie,
Rev. Dr. Jerome and Rev. Bradford Symonette, Berkley,
James, Ricardo and Peter Anderson, Gamal and Aaron Newry,
Admiral, and Adrian Ferguson, D'Angelo, Devenor, Dillon
and Devaughn Wilkinson; godchildren, Jessica, Flora Moss-
Bennett, Gamal Newry, Patrick Deleveaux, Tommy Wildgoose,
Monet McKenzie, Shandera, Rolessa, Bernadette Farquharson
and a host of other relatives and friends.

Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.

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WALLACE, 49

Gardens, Soldier Road.





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GLORIA FRITH GRAY

a resident of Elizabeth Estates, who passed i *
away on 4th May, 2010, will be held at the }
New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church, :-
Baillou Hill Road, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. }
Officiating will be Pastor Christopher : -
Roberts, assisted by other Ministers of the }
Gospel. Interment folflows in Woodlawn ;

Gloria's life will always be treasured and will :
linger in the hearts of her husband, John Wallace; adopted mothers, Francis ;
Smith and Gladys Miller; sons, Rashad Swain and Kevin Davis' daughters,
Lakeisha Davis, Phillipa and Tramaine Gray; adopted daughter, Janea ;
Moss; step- daughter, Johnita Wallace; grandchildren, Jasmin Williams, :
Kesia and Kali Davis, and Sharran Burrows Jr.; step. grandchild, Micheal; }
brothers, Andrew Curry, David Rolle, Christopher (Allen) and Jackson. :
Mortimer, Vernon (Alexander) Sweeting and Eldridge Frith; sisters, Aretha :
and Gaylene Rolle, Cylinda Brown and Diane (Sarah) Frith Dean of New
York; mother-in-law, Verva Wallace; brothers-in-law, Phillip Johnson, :
Micheal Dean, Calvin, Percy and Lester Wallace, Cecil, Wenzel, Peter }
and Clifford Gray; sisters-in-law, Sandra and Jean Curry, Joy Mortimer, :
Insa Frith, Anne and Eunice Wallace, Merline Hepburn of Miami, Florida, }
Alma Pratt of Coco Beach Florida and Judy Williams; nephews, Chris, :
Anthony and Anton Curry, Jackson Mortimer Jr., Dugal Collie, Darcio }
Rolle, Anron and Aaron Williams, Jamal Ferguson, Evan Mullings Jr.,.}
Nathaniel Miller, Arlington Hepburn; nieces, Felecia Clarke, Joy Johnson, }
Daronique and Donnell Williams, Kendra Ferguson; Shandreeka Rolle, :
Christina and Sarah Frith, uncles, Audrick Smith, Kenneth Sweeting, :
George Fernander, Charles McDonald, Harvey Deméritte; aunts, Florence :
j Fernander, Ruthmae Sweeting, Evelyn and Denise Rolle; other relatives }
and friends include, James Williams, Philip, Charles, Gienford and Ted }
Rolle, Deborah and Mario Flowers, Kim Clarke, Audrey Porras, Elsie :
Gray, Anna Knowles, Sophia Palahicky, Esther Mayet, Salvatore, Wilfred :
and Ruth Smith, Derick, Sherwin, Ricardo, Herbert and Ron Fernander, }
Christine Neely, Lisa Gibson, Kevin "Mo" , Senior Immigration Officer :
Bradley "Woff" and Prisca McDonald, Marvin Knowles, Pamela Williams, }
Patrice Clarke, Portia Rolle, Ryan Rolle, Dario, Simeon Jr., Antonio, }
Andre and Antoine Rolle, Clarice Sandi, Claudette Smith, Claudine }
Wilson, Claudia, Ednamae, Nadia, Desiree, Clothilda and Tiffany Rolle, :
Theresa Miller and Bernadette Sweeting, Owen Adderley, Tedro Rolle, }
Simone Russell, Dr. Dario Curry, Stephanie Johnson, Gloria Neely, Rev. ;
James Curry and family, Catherine Sweeting and family, Christine Hanna }
and family, Debbie Deal, Dorothy Farrington, Gwendolyn Butler, Hattie ;
Moxey, Olive Lightboume, Eulamae Smith, Iris Sweeting, Yvonne Dames, :
-Shenique Collie-Rolle, Cynthia Thompson, Francita McDonald, Veronica ;
Ward, Katherina Wells and Family, The Edwards Family, the Frazier :
family, the Hanna family, the Miller family, Karen Johnson and family, :
the Russell family, the Bethel family; the Moss family, the Williams family, :
the Thompson family, Cathy Barry and family, Shelton Miller, Sharell :
Bonaby, Trevor Davis, Anderson Cash, Dora Walker, Deborah Johnson, :
Denaire Pickstock, Stephanie Verance and family, the family and friends :
of Kevin Davis, Sandra Daxon and family, Melvern Ferguson, the Staff i
of The Bahamas Customs Department, the staff of Port Authority, the :
staff of the Office of the Judiciary, the staff and students-of Doris Johnson
Sr. High Schcol, Sandilands Primary School, and Arthur's Town High }
School, the Pastors and members of Calvary Bible Church, Gippy's Printing,
the Department of Social Services, the Department of Environmental :
Health, the communities of Elizabeth Estates, Kemp Road and Arthur's }

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apie



Town, Cat Island. _

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market.
Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the church from 9:00
a.m. until service time.



LILLIS NAOMI
SMITH, 80

a resident of Commonwealth Blvd, Elizabeth
Estates, & formerly of Seymour's, Long
Island, who passed away on 2nd May, 2010,
will be held at Evangelistic Centre Assemblies
of God, Vesey Street, on Saturday at 11:00
a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Tyrone Sands,
assisted by Rev. Oswald Pinder & other
Ministers of the Gospel. Interment follows
in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

Left to cherished fond memories are her, three sons, Joseph Hamilton,
David Smith, Lenny Smith; five daughters, Gladys Deveaux; Elizabeth
Rahming, Vanrae Santana, Paula Hamilton, Debbie Paul; three adopted
daughters, Jane Cooper, Jane Green, Antoinette Brown; three sisters,
Inez Brown, Uraina Bethel, Hilda McBride; two brothers, William
Edgecombe, George Edgecombe; sisters-in-law, Beatrice Edgecombe,
Elaine Edgecombe; sons-in-law, Wendel Deveaux, Alfred Paul, Freddy
Santana; daughters-in-law, Emily Hamilton, Raquel Smith; grandchildren
including, Joycelyn and Ian Ford, Rev. Neil and Minister Katherine
Hamilton, Allan and Pamela Pratt, Police Constable Shamar Edgecombe,
Margo, Darren and Vanessa Deveaux, Perez Davis, Richard and Raquel
Haygood, Tyanna and Codero Rahming, Ron, Alvin and Dominique Paul,
Charmaine, Dwight, Ron, Don, Deandre, Cory, Shakeisha, Emaico and
Jared Hamilton, Yhen and Yhaden Smith, Latoya Farrington, Shavon
Brice, Lendice and Aaron Smith, Michelle Knowles, Dillen Nicholas,
Douglas Young Jr., Tiffany Douse; great grand children including, Ryan,
Richea, and Rashad Haygood, Turae and Trent Ford, Ka' Neil Hamilton,
Peyton Davis, Joseph Hamilton, Harmoni and. Tyrell Ramsey, James
Douse III; nieces including, Esther Latmore, Angela Smith, Cleo, Dianne,
Judith and Kayla Bethel, Rosemary, Ginger and Katie Moss, Ellouise
Gibson, Cyprianna Edgecombe, Beverly Cash, Patrice, Natasha, Lisa and
Michelle Smith, Helen and Charlene Brown; nephews including, Wilfred
Adderly, Jeffrey, Allan, John, Mario and Charles Bethel, Hensel and
Sterlin Moss, Gregory Edgecombe, Rodney, William Jr and Joey Smith,
Alponso Adderly, Alphonson, Keith, Tony, and Michael Brown, a host of
other relatives and friends including, the officers and members of
Evangelistic Centre, Euel Johnson, Nigel Davis, Val Basden and family,

Rev. Tyrone and Sis. Venetta Sands, Rev. Franklyn and Sis. Paula Burrows, ‘|

Rev. Patrick and Minister Charlene Paul, Keva Kemp and Family, Cydlaura
Rolle and family, Naomi Rolle and Family, Rowena Kerr and family,
Jestina Neely and family, Naomi Bodie and family, the officers and members
of Bethany Assembly, the Elizabeth Estates family, Pat Bell and family,
Aunt Emmy Johnson and family, Wealthy Thompson and family, Nellie
Cooper and family, Mario Bowe and family, Sammy Archer and family,
Felix Coakley and family, Wendy and Thalia Burrows and family, Inspector
Anthony Curtis and family, Krispin Cleare and family, Francis Bowe and
family, The Valley Boys Junkanoo Group, Rudolph and Gaynor Seymour
and family, Ray and Geralean Pratt and family. If we have failed to mention
your name, please forgive us.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the church from
10:00 a.m, until service time. ’

Sa oda aera nares eee Soo oem ee eee



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FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

Precious memories will forever linger in the hearts of his devoted and

BEN J AMIN ERDM AN faithful wife, Eula; sons, Silistino, Gregory, Nathaniel, Alonzo and

Ivan; daughters, Chanderella, Samantha, Dakota, Claire Days, Vanria,
DEAL, 78

Vernique Journey, Kately Verance Norma Adderley and Stephanie

: Smith; sisters, Alicia Rahming, Florita Greene, Helen Major, Evelyn
a resident of North Palmetto Point, ; Blake, Cynthia Lester and Glenda Vixmarie; brothers, Dwight, Craig
Eleuthera, who passed away on 4th May, : Butterfield and Lester Thomas; numerous grandchildren and
2010, will be held at Palmetto Point Gospel : greatgrandchildren including, Candice, Patrickar, Paquell, Colette,
Chapel, North Palmetto Point, on Saturday : Colyn and Nevaeh Butterfield, Vanria Young, Tenielle, Wendy,
at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Evangelist : Demetria, Serena, Silistino and Darius Butterfield, Adolton, Angelo,
Charles Sands, Evangelist Tom Roberts, ; Edward, J ermaine, Cardinal, Janet, Patrick, D'andre, Tessa, Jateria, |
assisted by Rev. Jeffrrey Thompson. : Rio, Selene, Sherese, Lavante and Kamnie Days; numerous nieces and
‘Interment follows in St. Margaret's ; nephews including, Colamae Rolle of Freeport, Inza Moore, Natasha
Cemetery, North Palmetto Point, Eleuthera. ; Dean, Geneive, Angela and Adrian Butterfield, Phillip Major, Astrid
i- Rolle, Valencia Rolle, Sylvana, Gena and Alicia Rahming, Calvin and

He is survived by his wife, Beverly Deal; children, Benjamin, Wilbert, | Stephen Greene, Geno and Bertram Rahming Jr. and Sheldon
Valdo, Alvin, Curtis, Andy Deal & Carla Styles; grandchildren, Alvin | Butterfield; daughters in law, Allison, Colamae and Suzette Butterfield;
Jr, Andelyse, Destiny, Drewan, Raven, Brenton, Branae & Braeden; ; sons-in-law, Anthony Days of U.S.A., Wendell Varence and Stephen
brother, Joseph Deal Sr; sisters, Alberta Culmer, Helen Chea and ; Adderley; sisters-in-law, Rona, Dellerice, Avis, Taneka, Stephanie,
Mary Huyler; daughters-in-law, Anishka, Karen and Monisha Deal; } Sonia, Nicole, Thora, Rhunda, Mowena, Antonia McKenzie and Judy
son-in-law, Sgt. Bradbury Styles; sisters-in-law, Alfreda Deal, Corine | Strachan. Brothers in law: A.S.P. Glenroy McKenzie, Shelton, Sgt.
Sands, Hilda Douglas, Jenny Pinder & Patricia Grant; brothers-in-law, | Keith Ferguson, Anson and Ricco Bain, Angelo, Jaden, Jousha and
Kingsbury Sands and Allan Grant; aunts, Addie Culmer, Louise Sands, | Aaron McKenzie, Bertram Rahming and Sterling Strachan;
Ena Thompson and Prescola Stewart; nieces, Kathleen Knowles, Sandra | grandmother-in-law, Dec. Eutipian Rolle; aunts-in-law, Alma and.
Kemp, Brenda Sands, Patrice Rolle, Christina Sands, Andrea Grant, } Mirriam Rolle, Myrthlyn Gilcud, Idell Rolle and Alice Moncur; uncles
Janet Culmer, Latisha Fox, Midlean Basden, Janice Farrington, Patrice ; in law, Emmanuel Rolle, Customs Officer Michael Rolle, Rubin and
Major, Remelda Carey, Inez Duncanson & Alicia Thompson; nephews, | Ruel McKenzie and Rev. Freddie McKenzie; godchildren, Shon Smith,
Gary, Henry, Clifford, Wade & Nigel Sands, Kirk & Chris Culmer, } Assistant Commissioner of Police Marvin Dames, Gail Dames and
Barry Fox, Ashley Grant, Jeffrey, Perry, Tyrone & Stephen Thompson, } Kenrico Lockhart. numerous cousins including, Anthony Butterfield,
Vincent, Hance, Joseph Jr, Keith & Shawn Deal, a host of other relatives ; Leona Paul, Leroy Sugar and Esther Paul, Myers, Martha Rolle, Miriam,
and friends including, Elvis & Nurse Freda Cooper, Addison & Nurse ; Charlene Clarke and Terry Miller; numerous friends and family
Sharon Cooper, Palmetto Point Gospel Chapel Family, Assemblies of ; including, Rev Clayton Hanna, Rev Henry Thurston, Daughter Lundy,
Brethren family, Dr. Sidney Smith, Nurse Andrea Seymour, Karen } Doris McFall, Victoria Thompson, Marjorie Grant, Mary Stovel, Patsy
John of Miami FL, Grace & Daniel Deal and family of Long Island, ; Bowleg, Lenora Moxey, Mr. & Mrs. Wilmore & Patrice Dames,
Garfield Deal & family, Clarie Bethel & family, Geofrey Ingraham & ; Starrington Ferguson, Sis. McClain, the Gilcud family, Angelo Bonamy
family, Fredwell Bethel & family, Ruthie Hutchinson, Ella Sands & ; & family, Adolton Leadon & family, Charlene Bodie & family, Edith
family, Charles Cooper & family, Lorn Burrows, Angie Bain & family, ; Smith & family, Katrina Butler, Evangelist Magaretta Mackey, Evangelist
Fred Mingo & family, Queenie & Vangaline of Nassau, Kirk, Keddy, ; Francina Thompson, Pastor Leotha Curry, Evangelist Justina Duncombe,
Deloris, Glen, Phillip, Garth Culmer, Staff of The Eleuthera Express, ; Rev Phillip 'and Charlene McPhee and family, Mt. Calvary Baptist |
. staff of Palmetto Point Clinic and Palmetto Point Community, families, | Church family, Rev. Kendall Mackey, Our Lady's Catholic Church
Sands, Culmer, Thompson, Stewart, Gibson, Carey & Mingo. ; family and the 6:30 am Choir, Una Curtis & family, Rebecca Munnings

cea : & family, Mrs. Miller & family, Valerie Kemp & family, Francina Watson

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, ; & family, Rev. Shelia McPhee and family, Evangelist Marilyn Ingraham,
Market Street, 1-6:00 p.m. on Thursday & on Friday at the church in | the Entire King's Court Community, Hon. Tommy Turnquest and
Eleuthera from 5:00 p.m. until service time on Saturday. ; family, Elizabeth Johnson, Nurse Sawyer, Toothe, Stubbs and Hepburn,
i Isabel Strachan, Margret Miller, Enda Lewis, Frank Lightbourne, Junior

: Outten, Sister Musgrove, Dr. Culmer, Dr. Robin Roberts, Maryann
? Clarke and family, Carlean Moss and Family, Vanria Hepburn & family,

MR. CHARLES . ‘i Denise Lightbourne & family, Phyllis Ferguson & family, Rufus &

: Barbara Johnson & family, Mrs. Humes & family, the Paul family,

BUTTERFIELD, 81 ? Trevor Taylor, Kendal Marshall, Love & Charity, Good Samaritan,

‘ “ag! i Victoria Royal Union, Knight of King, George Union, the Elkes Lodge,
ae aes dated sway at Gh Mex, 2010, : the staff of Wendy's Restaurant, Demeritte's Funeral Home family,
will he held at Our Lady of the Holy Souls: : Mr. Jack Davis, Mrs. Gertrude Demeritte & Mr. Llewellyn Astwood,
- Catholic Church, Deveaux Street, on | Nicole Major & family, Wilbert & Cyprianna Moss & family, Bethel

Saturday at 1:00 p.m. Officiating will be Fr. ; Moss & Co. family.
Alain Laverne M. Div., assisted by Deacons }
Peter A. Rahming & Maxwell Johnson. }
@ Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, :

S0ldier Road.















































Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home,
Market Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday at the church
from 12:00 p.m. until service time. :





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FREEPORT

1A East Coral Road, Freepori, G.B., Bahamas
P.O. Box F-42312

Telephone: (242) "373-1115 / (242) 373-1471

Pager: (242) 340-8043 ¢ Fax: (242) 373-3005

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Restoiee Memorial Moluay
and Crematorium Limited

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR



MR. CORRIE BRIAN
EWING, 33

in the Grand Bahama. Memorial Park,

He is predeceased by his Grandfather:
Lewis Ewing; and Aunt: Enid Capron.

He is survived by his Mother: Paulette Ewing Bethel; Father: Barry
Ewing; Stepfather: Ivan Bethel; Brothers: Craig Ewing, Casey Ewing,
Kevin Bethel and Cleon Bethel; Adopted Brothers: Derek Hopkins,
._ Jared Sands and Omar Penn; Adopted Sisters: Jontell Gibson, Georgette
Douglas; Grandparents: Joyce Ewing ,Sybil Knowles, Sheila and

Mortuary and Crematorium Limited, 1i-A: East Coral Road, Freeport,



Grand Bahama on Friday from 10:00am to 6:00pm and on Saturday at

: the church from 9:30am until service time.

of 21 Condo Apt #1, Freeport, Grand :
Bahama will be held at St. John’s Jubilee :
Cathedral, Settler?s Way, Freeport, Grand
Bahama on Saturday, May 15, 2010 at :
11:00am. Officiating will be Bishop :
Godfrey R. Williams. Interment will follow :

Frobisher Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama. -

. Reuben Turnquest; Grand- Aunts: Inez Ewing-Rigby, Euterpia Thompson
and Agatha Sands; Grand -Uncles: Sherman Rigby, Everette, Harold :

and Jefferson Turnquest; Aunts: Sandra Gray, Donna McDonald, Jessica ;
and Stephanie Turnquest, Lisa Darville (adopted), Vernette Lynes, Carol }

& Sylvia Bethel; Uncles: Michael Joseph, Kenneth Huyler, Shawn

Tamuests Ricardo and Allen Rolle, Andy Turnquest, Liwewllyn Ewing, Daughters-in-law: Ruth and Vanessa Hield; Grandchildren: Nikkia,

Graham Simpson, Horrace Bullard, Cyril “Hearts” Capron, Sean Lynes | Gia, Philip, Solomon III and Symone Hield, Evan and Ethah Moxey,

Sherman McDonald; Step-Uncles: George & Winston Bethel; Sisters- E Kalan and Chanice Bla ch, Fritz, Meghan and Alex Dareus, Natasha and
: Adrian Guindani, Karlysa, Sherell and Kyle Thompson, Kariel Stuart

Godparents: Estelle Grey-Evans, Reginald Johnson, Anthony & Sandra and Kuvanté Adderley: ‘Great Grandchild: Andrea Saunders; Sisters:

‘In-Law: Lawna Bethel; Niece: Lillie Bethel; Nephew: Noah Bethel;

Nairn; Cousins: Shawn Storr, Matayo and Allen Curan Rolle, Georgette
Douglas, Sherma and Shervin McDonald, Big & Lil Kevin and Kilo

Taylor, TayJoure Russell, Geovano- Russell, Elisha McDonald, Covey : Young: Sisters-in-law: Natalie Hield, Selva Cooper, and Mizpah Young;

and Codney Capron, Paula Capehart, Lynn Knowles, Eddie Laporte, i Numerous nieces and nephews especially: George Cooper and Randolph

Lawerence Aurthur, Phillip and Keith Ewing, Delroy, Denise and Cindy :

Burton, Thomas, Gartth, Lorette, and Keisha Ewing; Barbara McKinney,
Lenroy Ellis, Ricardo, Randy, Ronnie, Ramon Bullard, Cerio, Kinard and
Keeric Rolle, Andy Jr., Shawn Jr., Denekno, Kyle, Denesia, Devante’,
and Logan Turnquest. Kaylin Joffre and Verneisha Knowles. A host of
‘close relatives and friends including: Heather Strachan, Anitha

Armbrister, Yvette Gibson, Paulette Adderley, Illeana Neely, Kirk Bowe, .

Clarence Russell, Estelle Evans, Rowena Knowles, Faye. Reckley, Debbie
Simmons, Iva ‘Anderson, Kimberly McIntosh, Leroy Simmons, Sylvan
McAlpine, Bishop Godfrey Williams “Uncle”, Sister Will “My Girl”,
Angelo Hendfield, Randy Bullard, Leroy Hendfield, Ricardo Wilson,
Andrew Forbes, Kyheena Nixon, Garvin Stubbs, Garvin Bullard, Andrew
Thomas, Jonathan “J.J.” Ferguson, Jason Kelly, Frank and Preslene Miller,

Crew, The Staff of Playtimes Sports.

MR. SOLOMON
AUHMON HIELD SR.,
75

of #23 Woodcock Loop, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, will be held at The Pro-Cathedral
of Christ the King Church, East Atlantic ].
Drive and Pioneer’s Way Freeport, Grand
Bahama on Saturday, May 15; 2010 at
| 10:00am. Officiating will be The Revid
Fr. Curtis Robinson, assisted by The
‘Venerable Archdeacon Harry Bain, The
Rev’d Marie Roach, and The Rev’d
DeAngelo Bowe. Interment will follow
in Smith’s Point Cemetery, Smith’s Point,



Grand Bahama.

He was predeceased by his son: Larry Hield.

: : : ‘He is survived by his Wife: Eulah Eudine; Children: Jocelyn, Solomon
Puig: Beccell Role Desise and & Sunpsen: ane ote peor poyes. : Jr, Philip Sr, Nicholas and Tacey Hield, Nicey Moxey, Rosalee Thompson,
8; . ens au aus P: yy Shirley Blatch, Melody Dareus, and Tracey, Stuart; Sons-in-law: Everette

: Moxey, Earl. Thompson, Richard Blatch, Frits Dareus, and Kevin Stuart;

i; Matilda Andrews, Mary. Laing, Cecila and Irene Cooper, and Gereline
i+ Albury; Brothers-in-law: Teston Laing, Genius Cooper and Gladstone

#7 Prince Hall Affiliated.

Troy Kesson, Jamie Nottage, The Car Wash Crew, The Secrets Bar Viewing will be held in the “SERENITY SUITE” of Restview Memorial

Laing; Other relatives and friends including: Godfrey Knowles, Fletcher
& Celeste McIntosh, Dr. Marcus Bethel, Rev’d Father Curtis Robinson
& Family, Doral and Dawn Weech, Sandy Brown, Charles Williams,

Sherlene Hepburn, Leonard Simmons ‘&F amily, Pastor Hartley Thompson
& Family, Rev Leonard Pinder & Family, Alsada Cooper & Family,
Pleasant Bridgewater, Cleola Cooper & Family, Preston Cooper & Family,
Lofton and Ceta Andrews, Darren Rolle, Bishop Roberts, Lubertha
Cooper & Family, The Bartlett Family, Arrieanna, Corrine & Judy Bailou,

Elizabeth Philips & Family, Miriam Bethel, St Jude’s Anglican Church
Family, The Community of Smith’s Point, the East End Community,
Grand Bahama Taxi Union family, The Pride of Grand Bahama Lodge

~

: Mortuary and Crematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral Road, Freeport,

Viewing will be held in the “IRENIC SUITE” of Restview. Memorial °Gt@nd Bahama on Frida y.from, 10:00am to $:00pm and.on Saturday at



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FREEPORT
11A East Coral Road, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas
ek P.O. Box F-42312
Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471
Pager: (242) 340-8043 ¢ Fax: (242) 373-3005















































PRISCILLA MAE
BAIN, 73

of Bailey Town , Bimini, Bahamas, will be held
on Saturday, May 15th, 2010 at 10:30am at

Holy Name Catholic Church Bailey Town
Bimini. Officiating will be Father Paschul Msa,

follow in the Catholic Cemtery Bailey Town

Bimini.

Our hearts are sadden but the fond memories

and would forever linger in the hearts of her:
Husband :Wally Bain Children: Cardinal, Berth, Fabian; Deughters-in-law:

Hortencia Corvell And Pamela Bain; Grandchildren: Hafeeza,

Ranna Napier Fabrea, Ivan David, Jarad, Marva, Kadeisha, Great

| grandchildren: EdwardJr , Ednisha, Edwina, Ednika, Edwin, Edmund Hanna
Xavier Bain; Sister: Esther Rolle;.adopted sisters: Betty Woodside, Phyllis

| Smith, Stephanie& Juliette Dottin, Rose & Gloria Stuart, Jean, Lilly, Birdie,
| & Franka Pinder, Sheila & Verlease Rolle, Chanel Rolle, Kitty Grant, Marsha
‘Wilcox, Ailene Wilson, Juliette Dean, Margaret Knowles, Dellarese, Chris,
Melissa, Amanda, Slyvia, Nanette & Maria Bain, Sheena Rolle, Keppie;
Pinder, Rex Grant, Terry & David Rolle, Howard Wilson, Amil Levarity, Dr.

& Pembrooke Bain & Malachi Dean; Grand & Great Grand Nieces &
Nephews: Hillary Jr & Andrea Cargill, Marcia Roker, Marcus, Mandrell,

1 Shirlene, Levell, Levon, Avarell, Leronda, Leanne, Jody, Lindsay, Kino, Jodie,

Thomas , Carmicka Sands and Family, Victoria Wilkinson & Family; Other

Family, Mr. & Mrs. Ansil Saunders & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Howard Saunders,
| Willamae Sawyer & Family, Marionette Sands & Family, Agnes McPhee &
& family, Veronica Pritchard, Marionette Thompson Jerome, Winkie, Fabian,

| Matt & Walter Stuart & Family Gus, Stephen, Mica, Father Simeon & Van
| Roberts; Shirley Ritchie & Family, Judith ‘Rolle; Geraldine Brown & Famil



a : e / ‘
ee

BONO SE

: Larry Brown & Family, Barbara Sherman, Dec & Mrs. Otis Hanna & Family,

THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010, PAGE 17



NASSAU :

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






: Ruthmae Dames & Famiy Idamae David& Family, Mr. & Mrs. Carl Levarity
:. & family , Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Ellis Family, Mr. & Mrs Joe Jones & Family,
i Mr. & Mrs. Oriel Rolle & Family, Mr. & Mrs. John Rolle & Family Francis
? Rolle, Noreen Francis, Mary Levarity, Mr & Mrs. Elsworth Robins& Family,
: Curtis Brennen, Karen David &Family Eloise Brennen, George Weech &

: Family, Gregory & Stephen Baker & Family, Sara Pinder & Family, Mr& |;
Mrs. Lionel Rolle & Family; Mr & Mrs. Dorcy Rolle & Family, Ms. Beatrice |
: Thompson & Family, Eleanor Splinder, Denise Lewis, Raquel Napier, |
assisted by Deacon John Sears. Interment will : Mrs.Betty Sherman & Family, Mr & Mrs. Frank Hinzey & Family, Mr. & Mrs |
: Howard Hinzey & Family, Mr & Mrs. Carlvise Russell & Family, Administrator }
i Sherrick Ellis & Family, Chief Councillor Lloyd Edgecombe Sr. & Family, |
: Bishop Stanley Pinder & Family, Annis Robins & Family, Emma Rolle & }
: Family Montez, Shandy Saunders, Helen Bowleg & Family, Kara Bowleg, |
of her would somehow lighten our sorrow : Whitney Kenny & Family, Amadine Rolle, Jerene Brennen, Quint Rolle, |
: Creswell Romer, Pastor & Mrs.Edmund Ellis, Pastor & Mrs. Oriel Ellis & |
: Family, Sue Duncombe & Family, Mr & Mrs. Charles Weech & Family, Rev |
: & Mrs. Christopher Saunders & Family, Brenda Hanna& Family, Freda Hinzey |
Chafeeza,Charzinar, Lafeeza,Cardinal Jr, Camille, Fabrecia, Fabian Jr, Jerome, | & Family, Christoper Saunders & Family, Brenda Hanna & Family, Elizabeth |
i Smith, Sue Duncombe & Family, Cordeth Phillip, Mr& Mrs. Ebbie David & [|
} Family, Ena Rolle & Family, Gloria Omniski, Nurse Linda Stuart, Mr & Mrs. |
; Sam Brown & Family, Crystal & Charles Stuart, Sandra Robins, Mr.& Mrs. §

Davis Alexander; Brothers-in-law: Walter Bain & William Pinder Sr. Sister- - , L J 1 TO! |
in-law: Dayle Bain; Nieces: Elizabeth , Harriett, &, Dilly Francis, Eunamae : Smith,Geraldine Fisher & Family, Dr. & Mrs.P aul Duncombe & Family, i

’ | Management & Staff of Bimini Sands Resort & Marina, Management & Staff |
: of The Bimini Community Clinic, Holy Name Catholic Family and the entire |

i community of Bimini especially Porgy Bay.

Larry Bain, Holland Bain Sr., Jimmy Pitt, Nigel, Harold, Washington, Desmond

| Marcia, Mandrel, Shannon, James, Tera, Rodrick, Brandon, & Stanley Jr,
Charles Romer, Max & Denise Rolle, Ghaujaun Wilson, Joshua, Linty, Dudley :
Jr, Kenneth, Simeon, Tyrena, Bartovia, Nacassian, Neazure, Naykre, Julia, }

f Melvin, Elviann, Julyette, Angie, Julyen, Chastity, Quillion, Quincy, Quimora, :
| Terrance Jr, Tyler, Chenique, Clyde, George Jr, Chilo, Jonnia, Jamaal, Javaro, ;
| Moesha, Tariq, Eltaro, Dylon, Kyven, Ahmad, Chamel, Trinity, Davon, :
| Davette, Cassie, Tavallis, Dwayne, Sammy; Irvin, Joey, Randy, Stephen, }
Lavardo, Sharon, Britney Branae, Donovan, Chenia, Chenice, Kendrell, ;
Chene Chennai, Keanve, Kendron, Kendre, Kaiden Brenton, Camaro, Ashton, }
| Jarell, Jaydon, Jamaal, Rodney Jr., Emilo, Lovell, Alicia, Tony, Nicoya, Dexter ;
Sidrea, Awari, Kendra, Charles, Jeffery, Frederick, Jeremy, Kiesha, Dexter
! Jzr., Valencia, Princess, Jenora, Jateria, Jessica, Elohemina, Lizzy, Desha, Mark,
E.J. Shirlease, Shirvin, Winton, Brain, Shirvoughnle, Danielle, Levonya, Levell }
i Jr., Levondre, Dominique, Mariah, God child: Murphy Grant, Sonia Smith; ;
Adopted Family: Judy Gray & Lisa, The Tucker Family of Nassau, Mr. & }
Mrs. Basil Sherman, Marjorie Baker & Family, Mae Rolle & Family, Sara ;
i Nikky, Yanra, Lilian, Lanette, Ajene, Kortney, Latia; nephews: Gerard,
| relatives and friends: Doris Walker and family, Jean Rolle, Mr. & Mrs. Vincent :
Strachan & Family, Minnie Davis & Family, Pamela Rolle & Family, Pearl i
Levarity & Family, Mrs. Marion Dottin & Family, Nathaniel Saunders & }
: Jrinia; special friends: Merlina Saunders, Louise Rolle, Leodie Forbes, Norman,
Janet Cox & Family, Mrs. Chloe Smith and Family; Don Bullard Sr. & Family, ;
i Taylor, Alexis Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs. John Chea.
Family Rev Earle Francis & Family Lamour Rolle & Siblings Eula Francis } ;
} Viewing will be held in the Perpetual Suite at Restview Memorial Mortuary |
: and Crematorium Ltd., Robinson and Soldier Road on Friday from 10:00am §



Nephews: Benjamin, Reverend Jeff & Peter Francis, Rodney & Darrell Viewing will be held at Holy Name Catholic Church on Friday from 12:00noon h

| Dottin, Stanley & Howard Stuart, William Jr. Insley, Ellon, Patrick & John ‘until service time on Saturday.

ys
cy h\

Wry









































Cleveland Rolle & Family, Cyrene Pinder, Sybil Charltona nd Family, Carol §

DANIEL EMMANUEL
SMITH, 42

of Stapledon Gardens, will be held on }
Saturday, May 15th, 2010 at 11:00am at St. |
Cecilia’s Roman Catholic Church, Third [|
Street, Coconut Grove. Officiating will be |
Father Noel Clarke, assisted by other ministers |
of the gospel. Cremation will follow. |

Left to cherish his memories are his children: |
Dajah, Davia, Donae’, Dania, and Donna ¢
Smith; three sisters: Betsy Smith, Karen
Greenslade, Indianna Seymour; brothers: |
Barry, Emerson Jr., Shawn Smith; aunts: |

Lagura Rahming, Marietta Adderley; uncles:
Gerard Burrows, James and Charles Johnson, George McKinney; sister-in- |
law: Lisa and Sarah Smith; nieces: Crystal, Rosann, Sammantha, Donica,



Wendall, Korey Jr., Latario, Marvin, Jacent, Yon, Marco; grand uncles: |
Hezekiah and George Johnson; grand aunts: Eulene Kemp nd Christine |
Burrows; a host of other relatives and friends including: Elvera Wilson, Geneva

Chea, Martin Chea, The Delbenas Agency Family, Kenneth McPhee, Wilfred |




40, 6:00pm, and.at.the church.on Saturday from 9:30am to service time. |



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FREEPORT
11A East Coral Road, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas

P.O. Box F-42312
Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471
Pager: (242) 340-8043 ¢ Fax: (242) 373-3005

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

Ms. Blanche
“B.R”
Gibson nee Kemp, 54

‘of Carmichael Road will be held §

on Saturday, May 15th, 2010 at

1:30pm at Voice of Deliverance

Disciple Center, Deliverance

Malcolm Allotment East.

Officiating will be Chief Apostle

Leon Wallace, assisted by Pastor

Edlin Scott. Interment will follow

in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive
and Gladstone Road.

SSAU
Robinson and Saiger oats, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas

=
Telephone: baa) 394- 8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pager: (242) 340-8043 ° Fax: (242) 340-8034 _

Precious memories will linger in the hearts of her Sons:
Herbert Clarke & Clinton Gibson; One Daughter: Abigail
Kemp Husband: Henry Gibson; Sister: Susan Cartwright
| Brother: Michael Kemp; Uncle: Errol! Johnson Aunts:
Florence Coburn, Lucille Adderley, Hazel Kemp;
Nephews: Christopher & Bryan Moss, Olando Brown,
| Olonzo & Orenzo Cartwright, Thurman & Theo Kemp;
| Nieces: Tina Ferguson & Oshama Cartwright; Grand

| nephews & nieces: Christian & Jaden Moss, Olandria |

| Brown; Brothers-in-law: Sinclair Cartwright & Samuel
| Moss; Sisters-in-law: Stephanie Kemp, Netthalee Brown,
| Leona & Verdell Delancy & Betty Davis; Nieces-in-law:
| Tamara & Sarah Moss, Kendra Sweeting; Cousins:
| Melanie, Melvern, Jessica, Delarese, Roosevelt, Polly &

| Leon; Carolee Burrows: Annie, Derrie & Delarese; |
Judy, Bonnie, Felix & Pat; Willamae Johnson & Family; |

Sonia Brice & Family, Zelma Knowles & Family, Marilyn
Rahming & Family; Patsy Moss & Family. Other relatives
and Friends including: Apostle Leon, Mother Leona
Wallace & the entire Voice of Deliverance family, Staff
i Nurses: Pandora Hanna, Justina Toote-Knowles,
Daphnae Ferguson, Leckey Mattew, Felicia Griffith,
Sister Aranah & the entire nursing staff at the Sandilands

Rehabilitation Centre; Her Doctors: Dr. Raleigh Butler |

& Dr. Darren Haliday & the entire staff at the Oncology
Department at the Princess Margaret Hospital, Olive
Mackey, Shantell Griffith and a host of other friends and
relatives too numerous to mention.

Viewing will be held in the Serenity Suite at Restview
Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Ltd., Robinson
and Soldier Roads on Friday from 10:00am to 6:00pm

‘and at the church on Saturday at 12:00 noon to service.

| time.

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THOMAS CLETUS
HUNTER, 89
Sanford: Thomas C. Hunter, 89, passed away in
Winter Park, Wednesday morning, May 5, 2010.

Born November 21, 1920 in Knoxville, TN, Mr.
Hunter recently moved back to Sanford from the

Island of Eleuthera in The Bahamas where he lived | 4

for many years. Retired from the Navy, he was ye

stationed in Sanford in the 50’s as a part of the ™~ 7
military police unit. ‘te was a Pearl Harbor survivor, and fought in World
War II, in the South Pacific and Midway.

He was employed by Pan American World Airways, a contractor for the
U.S. Airforce, and worked for the missile tracking station on the island of
Eleuthera.

He was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Pensacola, FL and in the Panama
Canal Zone. He enjoyed golfing, hunting, fishing and skin diving.

He is survived by his children; Mike Hunter of Sanford, John, Susie and
Sally Tatlow all of. Canada; a brother, Luther Netherland Hunter, Jr. of
Rutledge, TN; nieces! Suzanne Chagnon of Sanford, and Tanya Armstrong
and a nephew Robert Hemsoth. :

A memorial service was held Saturday, May 8, 2010 at 11:00 AM at the
Brisson Funeral Home chapel in Sanford, Florida.

Donations can be made in his honor to the Cancer Society of the Pahas

} at: Tel:(242)332-2300; Fax:(242)332-2318, Central Eleuthera Branch, PO.

Box EL-25022, Governor' s Harbour, Eleuthera.

| Please sign the guestbook at www.brissonfuneralhome.com.

Brisson Funeral Home in Sanford, Florida is entrusted with the arrangements.





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Cedar Crest funeral Home

DIGNITY IN SERVICE
Robinson Road and First Street » P.O.Box N-603 ¢ Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
Telephone: 1-242-325-5168/328-1944/393-1352

DEATH NOTICE FOR

CORLESTA EUREKA AURELIA
ADDERLEY nee ROLLE, 92

a resident of Dunmore
| Avenue, Chippingham,
-|N.P., Bahamas, and
| formerly of Long Bay
Cays, South Andros,
died at ‘the Geriatric
Hospital on Tuesday,
11th May, 2010.
















She was the widow of
the late Rev. Roger
' Gladstone Adderley (deceased), founding
Pastor of the New Lively Hope Baptist
Church.
















She is survived by six sons, Kenneth, Richard,
Gladstone, Anthony, Wilfred and Philip
Adderley; three daughters, Maxine, Miriam,
Martha Adderley (deceased), Ruth Adderley
(deceased), and Hilda Melbourne; five
daughters-in-law, Shara, Sandra, Early, Sheila
and Jennifer Adderley; one son-in-law,
Howard Melbourne; thirty-one grandchildren, }
ten great grand children, one great great grand,
two sisters, Florina Newbold and Magnola
Bethell; numerous nieces and nephews, and
a host of other relatives and friends including
the Kemps, Johnson, Rolles, Davis, Adderleys,
Duncombes, McKenzie, Hannas,: Millers,
Saunders, Green and Morrison families.

Funeral arrangements will be announced later. |

THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010, PAGE 19





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regardless of financial condition.”

7th Terrace, Collins Avenue * (242) 356-2187 * |
P.O. Box GT-2679 * Nassau, Bahamas

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR
Maxwell David Flowers, 69

of West End Avenue will be held
on Saturday, May 15th, 2010 at
1:00 p.m. at Believers' Worship
Centre Church of God in Christ,
Montell Heights, West. Officiating
will be Bishop Tony L. Hanna and
Superintendent Dr. Alfredo
Burrows. Cremation will follow.

He is survive by his wife, Monica
Flowers; four children, Rochelle,
Floyd, Patrice Rena; nine grand
children, Shene, Tyrone, Ron,
j¥ Dante, Jasmine, Dereck Paige,
_Jaide, Owen; six great-
grandchildren; three sister-in-law, Sylvia Gibson, Marina
Johnson Portia Cartwright; five brother-in-law, Gregory, Samuel,
John Clement, Ricardo Williams; five adopted sisters, Miriam
Johnson, Frances Rex, of New Jersey, Agatha Rodgers, Rose
Ferguson and Cecelia Cooper; two adopted brothers, Franklyn
Gibson of New Jersey and George Gibson; twelve nieces; nine
nephews, Mavis Thompson; aunt, Harrold Thompson; uncle;
cousins, Florence Pinder, Georgina Albury, Patricia Cartwright,
Oreal Strachan, Vera Allen, Lynette, Sabrina and Lavina Walkes,
Tommy, Gregory, Kendal, Ossie, Dencil Munnings; aunt-in-
law, Vernita Thompson; special friends, Bishop TL Hanna,
Mother Hanna, Church Of God In Christ Bahamas Jurisdiction
family, Supt Dr. Alfredo and First Lady Bridgeann Burrows,
Believers' Worship Centre Church Of God In Christ family, Mr.
Ronnie Ambrister, Chris Fox, Rafael Munnings, Ruth Lunn,
Min Gilbert Black, Bro’ Jamaal Brown, Min W Clarke, Pastor
James Brown, Min Marcus Ambrister, Min Raynard Dawkins,
Vannessa Gibson, Nellie Thompson, Sarah Brown, Cheereese
Major and family, Cynthia Neely, Janet Brice, Keva and Kenva
Greene, Majee Rolle, Catharine Thurston and family Audrey
Boothe and family, the Lunn family, Raymond, Floyd, Nicole
Russell, Lavern Edwards (Dragon), Prince Lloyd, The Tart shop
and the whole West End Avenue Crew.

The body will repose in the Blessed Redeemer Chapel at
Ferguson's Funeral Directors, 7th Terrace Collins Avenue
on Friday from 10 a.m. to: 5 p.m. There will be no viewing at
the Church on Saturday.





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By JEFFARAH GIBSON
Tribune Features Writer

ASTING and praying has
always been a spiritual
weapon used by Christians

- to reign victorious over the

adversary. The books in both the
Old and New Testaments in the
Bible document accounts where
the distressed believer turned to
this sacrificial tradition in

| attempt to divert their focus on

the power and Glory of God

rather than their tribulations.

Moses fasted for forty days and forty
nights before he received the tablets on
the mountain with God, King David
fasted when his son was struck sick by
God, Paul fasted for three days after he
road _ to
Damascus, King Jehoshaphat com-
manded the people in Judah to fast, and
‘Jesus fasted for forty days and forty
nights while he was in the dessert,
where he was tempted by Satan to turn
stones into bread.

There are Christians today, just like
those biblical figures, who use fasting as
a spiritual tool. This is not an easy
endeavour which may explain why so
many Christians make the decision not

Streng |
Faith by tasting

to engage in fasting practices.

However those who turn to the absti-
nence of food and drink for spiritual
empowerment from the Saviour, are
advised to take it one step at a time.

Tribune Religion spoke to. Father
Patrick L. Adderley dean and rector of
Christ Church Cathedral who said that
the act of fasting should be approached
with wisdom and understanding.

“Fasting is a Christian discipline that
draws one into closer relationships with
God. It is achieved through discipline
and spiritual objectiveness,” Father
Adderley explained.

‘There are steps that should be taken,
being mindful that depriving the body
from nutritional supplements is very

- dangerous he said.

“Fasting must be approached with
wisdom and understanding. Therefore a
person should seek guidance as to how
to go about fasting, how long they
should fast and what they should
abstain from eating. It is not wise to
jump into the act without seeking guid-
ance or consulting someone,” he said.

It is totally up to the individual to

-determine how long one must fast and

what they should abstain from Father
Adderley explained. The duration is not
important, but the approach and pur-
pose of fasting is what matters most.
An example of how a believer should
carry themselves when fasting is out-
lined in Matthew chapter 6:16-18 which



reads “When you fast, do not look
somber as the hypocrites do, for they
disfigure their faces to show men they
are fasting. I tell you the truth, they
have received their reward in:full. But
when you fast, put oil on your head and
wash your face, so that it will not be
obvious to men that you are fasting, but

’ only to your Father, who is unseen; and
‘your Father, who sees what is done in

secret, will reward you,”. The pointers
outlined in that scripture are conse-
quential. Father Adderley explained
that there are some who fast not to
achieve closeness with God, but for
“show and tell”. .

“There are some Christians who: fast
for the wrong reasons. When they fast
they tell about their doing which
shouldn’t be. They are very ostenta-
tious. This should be a personal devo-
tion between them and God,” he said.

Fasting is a tough sacrifice, since the
enemy will do all that he can to force
the believer to give in. However, Father
Adderley encourages Christians to hold
firm during their time of fasting, leaning
on the Lord for deliverance.

“When they fast there will be tempta-
tion and the only thing their mind will
probably be on is food. But the key to it
all is to have self control and discipline.
This discipline will come after time, and
once they continue to have control they
will be able to overcome their tempta-
tions” Father Adderley explained.



The Tribune

RELIGION

Thursday, May 13, 2010 ® PG 21



And forgive our debts as we also have forgiven our debtors

_ FORGIVENESS is the distinguish-
ing feature in the Christian faith, as an
act extended by God as a result of
divine suffering. As we consider: what
biblical scholars propose, we find the
following conclusions by: Rev. J.R.
Dummelow The One Volume Bible
Commentary:

1) To forgive one’s enemies is the act of:
a Christian (opposite to the world)

2) It is so hard to do that our Lord makes
it an urgent necessity each day

3) We have to learn to put aside hatred,

malice, bitterness and revengeful feelings
4) We are not expected to obtain sinless
perfection in this life

Alfred Plummer in An Exegetical

ed




REV, ANGELA
C BOSFIELD
PALACIOUS _




Commentary on the Gospel According
to St Matthew draws our attention to
the fact that the verb ‘give’ is followed
by the verb ‘forgive’. We can conclude
that as we ask God to give and forgive
us, we are asked to give forgiveness to
others. We are made up of external and

‘spiritual needs and we are to look to

God to meet both of them.

We are challenged further to be
- grateful for all of God’s goodness and
to realise how far we fall short of the

«glory of God. requiring ongoing for-

giveness from our

God. If we want to take it a step fur-
ther, we have to admit that there is a
need for ongoing forgiveness of and
from our brothers and sisters.

In J.C. Fenton’s Saint Matthew, we
are reminded that sin as a debt will
again appear in Mt. 18:23-25 in the
story of the unforgiving servant. Here
we are admonished to be as lenient
with others as we wish the master to be
with us in a financial scenario which. is
a very helpful parallel. Our recognition
and confession of personal guilt, sin,
and unforgiveness need tooccur before

J rere Day.

-How easily do you:admit your ‘faults
to God and yourself? How quick are
you to apologise for your shortcom-
ings? How accepting are you of the. sin-
cere efforts by others to apologise?
How willing are you to leave the past
behind having learned from your mis-
takes? How desirous are you to be
healed from life’s hurts, by the grace of
God, and to use your experience to

assist others through efforts at preven-

tion or at compassionate cures?
Remember that as you pray this fam-
ily prayer, we are accepting the condi-
tions that God asks of us as children of
God. Let us pray to our Ascended Lord
for mercy for ourselves, and to teach us
how to be more merciful with others.



(Part 1)

today without a single word added or
deleted. Even non Muslims acknowl
edge this fact.

This article was presented by a_

group of Muslims who live in the
Bahamas and want to raise aware-
ness about their religion

ISLAM is arguably the fastest grow-
ing religion:in the world according to
the latest statistics [1]. : According to a

2009: demographic study, Islam’ has.

1.57. billion adherents, making up 23
-per cent of the.world’s population.
The word: “Islam” is derived from
the Arabic: root “slm”. which means,
among other things, submission, puri-
ty, peace. Inthe religious sense, it
~means ‘submission to ‘the will of
. Almighty God, who is owner ofall the
creation and the. universe. The word
Islam, as the name for religion, was
chosen by God Almighty Himself

according to the last testament (AI-:

Quran). People who follow Islam as
their religion ‘are referred to as
Muslims.

Pillars of Islam ;

¢ To proclaim belief and testify that
there is no god but one God (Allah in

Arabic) and that the prophet
Muhammad ‘is his last and final mes-
senger (Shahadah).

° To offer prayers to Almighty God
five times a day (Salah).

° To give 2.5 per cent of yearly s sav-
ings to the poor and needy (Zakah /
charity).

¢ To fast from dawn to sunset dur-

‘primordial,

-before,
‘prophets Adam, Noah, Lot, Jacob,
- Abraham,

ing the holy month of Ramadan (ie
30 days) once a year (Sawm/
Fasting).

e To perform pilgrimage (Hajj) to
Mecca (the place where Abraham
and his son built a house of God for
worshiping God: Almighty).

Beliefs of Muslims
-@ No god: but One God
Muslims regard their religion as the
completed and universal version of a
monotheistic . faith
revealed at. many times and: places
including, notably, to the

Moses,. Jesus .and
Muhammad. Muslims believe in One
True God, and this God Almighty
sent Prophets to mankind from time
to time. All these prophets came with
one basic message - to. worship the
God Almighty alone and none other.

God Almighty described Himself in
one of the chapters of the Holy
Quran: “Say: He is Allah the One and
Only. Allah, the Eternal, Absolute.
He begetteth not, nor.is he begotten,
and there is none like unto Him.”

“(chapter 112)

¢ God’s Messenger /Prophets

No Muslim is a Muslim if he does
not believe in Jesus, peace be upon
him (pbuh). Muslims consider Jesus
(pbuh) as one of the mightiest mes-
sengers of God. Muslims acknowledge

the miraculous birth of Jesus without
any human intervention. They also
believe in his miracles — curing the
blind, healing the lepers et cetera, all
by God’s. permission. However,
Muslims do. not believe Jesus to. be

~ son or part of God. a
Muslims consider prophets: like -

‘Moses, Jesus’.and..Muhammad - as
prophets and human beings sent by

God to teach ..mankind to worship —

- only one God Almighty and they can
‘never be god or son of God or part of |
_ sincerely to Allah, as Allah is all pow-

God.

¢ Holy Books
Muslims believe that Allah: sent his

- guidance to mankind through his mes-
sengers in the form of holy books, |

revealed to his messengers, namely:
The Torah, Psalms, The Gospel and
The Quran. Islamic tradition holds

that previous messages and _revela-.

tions have been changed and distorted
over time and therefore The Torah
and The Gospel do not exist today in
their original form. People acknowl-
edge that the Bible contains the words
of God Almighty, word of prophets
and words of historians all in one
book.

Almighty Allah promised in The
Quran that He will preserve His last
testament, ie The Quran, forever.
One thousand, four hurdred years
after Quran was first revealed to
Muhammad (pbuh), it remains intact

: mentioned in the Bible, “.

e Day of Judgment
‘Muslims believe .in the hereafter,
the Day of Judgment, heaven and hell

and the existence of angels.

¢ Original sin —

Muslims believe that “original.sin”
committed by Adam (pbuh). was. for-
given by Allah when Adam repented

erful and most merciful. Hence origi-
nal sin cannot be. inherited, as also
. The son
will not bear the inequity of the father
and ‘the father will not bear the
inequity of the son” (Ezekiel 18:19-
20). In other words, Muslims believe
that'we ourselves will be responsible
for our sins on the Day of Judgment.

It is a fact that despite the negative
picture portrayed by the western
media about Islam, many people in
the western world (Especially
females) are accepting Islam as their

‘religion. For more information on

Islam, please visit our website:
www.freeportbahamasislamiccenter.c
om. Questions and comments are
most welcome.

[1] Thomas W Lippman of US News &
World Report, April 7, 2008





PG 22'® Thursday, May 13, 2010 1s RELIGION The Tribune

IT’S during
this time of
each year that
we ride the
waves of tradi-
tion and reli-
gion ‘in cele-
brating
Mother’s
Day. Might I say to you reading this article “Don’t wait for
Mother’s Day to celebrate Mom, celebrate her everyday”.

Why do we have to religiously wait for a selected day of
the month to honour and publicly acknowledge our
Mothers? Are the flowers, cards and dinners cheaper on
May 9th ? What our plans for Mom the rest of the year?

Whenever one mother is mistreated or set aside the
whole essence of the Mother’s Day celebration is a stench
in God's nostrils.

After all that some mothers went through and had to
sacrificed in order that their children would have a better
future, do you know that there are some children who
upon achieving certain status in life, would conveniently
put Mom aside?

It’s a sin and crying shame before God when children
place their mothers in the old folks, senior citizens, retire-
ment homes:

I thank God for the nurses and other staff members of
the various homes who care for our elderly; but the caring
and the welfare of our senior citizens (Mom’s and Dad’s )
must always be the first priority of their adult children with
the assistance nurses as the case may be; rather than being
placed in an old-folks home.

I would just like to highlight some unique Godly char-
acteristics of a mother.

1. A mother’s prayer is in a total different category than
the prayer of anybody

else. It dose not matter what a person maybe faced with;
as long as they know that (Mom) is praying for them it
brings an added peace.

2. There is no earthly love like a mother’s love. A person
could be the worst criminal the country has ever-seen; he
or she could be the town’s drunk, a reject of society or the
black sheep of a family. But to Mom, that’s her baby; and
if she has to stand alone in defense and support of her
child, even to the point of death and in some cases after
death,then so be it. =

Watch this! .-

Mothers are special gifts from God'to us and it’s imper-
ative that we, at all times treat and honour the gift with the
utmost respect. Mothers have a special line of communi-
cation with God ( Father Yahweh ) because of her role and
position as mother. ;

God went outside of religion and tradition and selected
-the Virgin Mary to be the Mother of His Son. For if it was
left in the hands of religion and tradition Mary would have
been stoned to death according to the law.

Mothers will always find favour with God despite what

they may be going through; as long as they hold fast and : Co . eee

fear not, God will see them through. (Lk.1:30. And the [aaa | : ~ 3

angel said unto her, Fear not, Mary: for thou hast found [ee |

favour with God).

~ A mother’s favour with God and man has the ability to

produce world leaders, movie stars and professional ath-
letes, etc; The children that understand,.-honour and _ f ba
respect the virtues in the gifts / mothers that God has given "i

will experience the FOG ( Favor of God).
SEE page 24





PASTOR
MATTHEW
ALLEN





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"ANNUAL SESSION OF THE
BETHEL BAPTIST ASSOCIATION .

The 71st Annual Session of the Bethel | Baptist pesacanon under the
leadership of Rev. Timothy Stewart will convene Friday May 14th-18th,
2010. The Evening Sessions will be held at -Bethe! Baptist Church,
Meeting Street at 7:15pm, and the Morning Sessions will be held at St.
Paul’s Baptist Church, Fox Hill at 10:00am (Monday & Tuesday ONLY)

This years theme is "A Godly Heritage” deduced from Psalm 16: 6 &
Isaiah 54:17.

This Year's Events and Speakers are as follows:.

FRIDAY MAY 14TH, 2010 - OFFICIAL OPENING

~) Speaker : Rev. Dr. Ralph Canty, Past President °
Progressive National Baptist Convention Inc.

SUNDAY MAY 16TH, 2010 - MEN’S NIGHT

; i :
Speaker : Rev. Dr. Major Jemison, Past President
Progressive National Baptist Convention Inc. |

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|

MONDAY MAY 18TH, 2010 - WOMEN’S NIGHT

Speaker : Rev. Dr. DeeDee Coleman, Pastor
Russell St. Missionary Baptist Church, Detroit Ml
Progressive National Baptist Convention

TUESDAY MAY 18TH, 2010 anon One pee
THEME: “Restoring A Generation To Their =
Rightful Inheritance!”
SPEAKER: Elder Braxton Bowser, Pastor,
Abundant Life Christian Center, Raleigh,
North Carolina

The Public i is invited i toa attend!



‘change. While

Thursday, May 13, 2010 ® PG 23

Buying into |

the he!

YES time
has_ changed,
however some
things | never

it is good to be
open-minded,
we do go too
far with: our
liberation. I say that because we aiid other people’s ideas -
to become our convictions which can create a problem.

Talking to a friend, I heard a conversation that com-
manded the attention of all present. It was so profound
that it took 50 per cent of my attention from the conver-
sation that I was having. I agree with what he was saying.
This person was talking about how born again believers of
Jesus Christ rush home to watch Tyra and Oprah. ~

Before I am to be put in the stupid file in your minds
hear me out.

If you are a Christian and you take the time to watch
these programs and can't find your way in church on.
Sunday mornings, Bible study, and you are not a part of a
youth group and make no positive contribution then I say
your priorities are mixed up and need to be sorted.

- However, what I interpreted this young man to mean is-
this -we all defend what we believe, because more often
than not it is something that we do. This gentlemen could
not understand the actions of persons who would take the
time to watch Tyra or Oprah but never open their Bible to



read it or put that effort into attending church or being

apart in any positive way.

He argued, why listen to a person who doesn’t believe
in what you believe in and encourages others in wrong
thinking (this is according to his belief).

Agreed or not as believers we all should believe straight
across the board. Things such as Jesus Christ died on
Calvary Cross for man's sins, there is one God who has
the last say, Jesus Christ died to prove God's love for
mankind, love covers a multitude of sins, there is only one
way to God the Father and.that is through His son Jesus
Christ, just to name a few.

I like Trya, she knows her stuff when it comes to fash-
ion. But, when it comes to religion she needs to leave it up
to persons who know more than she does.

. Her intent is kind and she seems to have a loving heart,
however, some of her views have to. be put into question.

Oprah is a very powerful woman and many people take
what she says as gospel. That does not mean what she says
is gospel. Oprah says there is more than one way to God,
and it does not matter what that way is if it brings us to the
same point. My argument with this statement is the Bible
tells us that there is only way to God and that is through
his son Jesus Christ.

Any other way the Bible says that you are a thief and
liar. We can not afford to buy into the devil's lie that Jesus
Christ did not die for man's sins and there is more than
one way to God. If we really believe that then God's sac-
rifice was in vain and Jesus bled and died for nothing. This
is what the devil wants to exalt himself above the knowl-
edge of God so that we buy into his lie. Simply, we can not
take that as new BES gospel. It will indeed lead us straight
to hell.

It does not matter who says what,.we can not take any-

“thing that goes against the knowledge “and the word of

God. If we do then we buy into the lie.



PG 24 ® Thursday, May 13, 2010

MO sat Rech her gift at the service in Cat Island.

Mother’s Day
in Cat Island

others are one of the

greatest gifts God has

given mankind according
to Fr Chester Burton, priest in
charge of the Anglican Churches
in Cat Island as he honoured the
mothers in his parish particularly
the mothers in the settlement of
Port Howe and Knowles where
Eucharist was celebrated at St

Mark’s and St Peter’s respectively.
After the service fruit baskets were
hand delivered by Sunday school stu-
dents and Fr Burton.
In his sermon Fr Burton said that

men and children should revere and
venerate those mothers who are still
living and those who have gone to
glory serving their Lord and Maker.
He said that there is a cadre of moth-
ers who have delivered yeoman servy-
ice to the parish of St. Saviour’s and

the wider community of Cat Island .

who should be considered living pre-

‘cious pearls.

“Their presence, prayer and sacri-
fice have left an indelible mark on the
hallowed edifices that still remain
standing to this day. He said that
because of their continuous efforts
and determination the church doors
would stay open.

Fr Burton added that if it were not

RELIGION



Bahamas would be
remained closed.
The vestry and people of St.

churches.

the Sunday school students many
were touched emotionally by the out
pouring of love and appreciation and
even shed a tear.

Fr Burton strongly advised his con-

gregation to let people know and :
mothers they are loved not only on }

Mother’s.Day but every day. He said it

alive and kicking.



Bad mothering fuels crime

- By BISHOP SIMEON B HALL

WHILE a romanticised view of
mothers in the country might be in
vogue, in reality too many are failing.

While a good many women in our
Bahamas are doing remarkably. well,
when it comes to mothering- it is
painfully clear that the vast majority

are failing to inculcate and pass on the
necessary core values to the children
enabling them to participate positive-
ly in today’s society.

Quite frankly too many mothers
have become “thingified”to the detri-
ment of their offspring , and the
acquisition of things has now replaced
the well- being of their children.

to mothers, we are not doing well.

little hope of seeing them again.

The Tribune

| My mother prayed for me
_ FROM page 22

To. mistreat and offend the gifts /

: mothers; is to offend the giver of the gift
: and there is not a person in his or her
: right mind that would want to offend the
? most high God.

One doesn’t have to be a rocket scien-

i tist to figure out that God’s favour is
: upon all mothers. It could be your moth-
: er or somiebody else’s, as long as she’s

respected and treated right God’s favour
is available. If God honours and
esteems mothers highly:should we not

4: do the same always?

~ Children who have mistreated or have

: been disrespectful to their moms. in any
? way; or may have put their mothers aside
: in one of the various homes mentioned
: in this article have somehow forgotten.
: That is was Mom who had to change
: their soiled diapers, who sat up all night
: with them and nursed them back to good
: health.

To those faithful ones who are taking

: care of their mothers; may the favour of
? God always be with you. And the rest of
? you who have passed your mother onto
: these homes, its not to late for you,
bk : REPENT, and go get your Mom, bring.
some of the mothers organising and : her to your home; you and the rest of the.
managing fish fries and .cook-outs }
many church doors in the modern day :

closed’ and and enjoyment with her own family.

family care of her.
Make mom’s latter days; days of peace

Happy Mother’s Day to all of our

_ peor : mothers; Continue to walk in the FOG
Saviour’s took the initiative for the }

past three year under the leadership :
of Fr Burton and purchased gifts and :
fruits baskets to show appreciation for :
the stellar work the mothers have }
done and still do in their various :

(Favor of God)

e For questions and comments contact us
via E-mails:pastormallen@yahoo.com or
kmfci@live.com or Ph:1-242-441-2021

Pastors Matthew & Brendalee. Allen,

This year witnessed a first- sick and + Kingdom Minded Fellowship Center Intl

shut in members were serenaded by :



ANGLICAN CURSILLO EVENTS

: GRAND ULTREYA

e The Cursillo Community at Holy
Trinity will come together on Friday,

: May 21 to celebrate in a Grand Ultreya,
is everyone’s desire to receive their :
flowers and salutations while they are :
? members of Holy Trinity are welcome to
? be a part of this exciting time.
: worry about the meaning of the word,
; just come and spend this time with us.
: The Ultreya begins at 7pm.

BAHAMAS MEN’S CURSILLO #21 WILL
: BEHELD FROM THURSDAY, JUNE 3 TO

Even more tragic, most mothers SUNDAY, JUNE 6.

~ today with “self-inflicted” issues and } end I
bad experiences are making it even } A fica a ee gepches
more difficult for their children to } een ee ee

survive. On the whole, when it comes : resentative or ask an usher. Ladies, spon-

: sor your sons, your brothers, your hus-
Truth be told, the good mothers of : pands for this weekend, sponsored by-

yesteryear have become extinct with :

featuring music, sharing and fellowship.
Although this is a Cursillo Event, -all

Don’t

e Plan to be a part of this life-changing

ning today. See Your Cursillo parish rep-

Cursillo which has become a landmark

: ministry in this Diocese.



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BBF #747
2004 CHEVY CAVILIER,
White, HDR, AC, CD. player,
asking $5,800 ONO ,
; _ Also :

2004 Pontiac Grand Am,

silver, 4dr, A/C; CD player,
asking $ 5,800 ONO, ph# 324-7266 / 424-5354







BBF #751
2003 MAXIMA,
leather interior, asking $8,000 ONO,
Also 2005 Dodge Ram, Hemi 5.4 Magnum,
asking $13,000,
ph# 544-2230

1998 HONDA ACCORD,

White exterior, tan leather interior, 18” low

profiles, AC, Pioneer CD player, sunroof, custom

front and rear, body kit, asking $6,000 ONO, .
comes with original Honda rims,

phi# 565-8799 / 326-2758

BBF #752





BBF #753

2004 JAGUAR S-TYPE,

Tan leather interior, green exterior, AC, sunroof,
CD player,V6 engine, power everything, asking
$13,500,

Also 2002 Toyota Avalon, asking $3,000,
call for further info, ph# 454-2395









BBF #759







: 2004 EXPEDITION XLT, :
clean rims, leather, 6 disc CD, Third Row seat,
low miles, asking $14,500 ONO, Also 1998

Honda Accord, RHD, clean,
asking $5,500 ONO,
phi 425-2207 / 357-4030 / 323-4618 |













BBF #762 ‘s
2006 FORD FUSION,
great condition, must see to appreciate,
Bank financing assistance available,
asking $10,500 ONO,
ph# 426-4565

2007 GRAND CHEROKEE,
excellent condition, must see to appreciate,
Bank financing assistance available,
asking $21,500 ONO,
phi# 426-4565



BBF #767 :
2006 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER,
“Charcoal, Excellent Condition, 31,000+ miles,
20” rims, 3rd row, asking $15,000 ONO,
ph# 341-7014 / 427-1224

BBF #768 :
2003 CADILLAC DEVILLE,
fully loaded, wood & leather, gold package, 6
disc CD changer, audio system, licensed &
Insured, recently serviced, asking $7,500,
ph# 431-8339

BBF #769 :
2004 HONDA ACCORD,
Fully loaded, AC, Sound System, 22” rims,
clean in and out, licensed until February, must
see to appreciate, Black exterior and Tan
interior, asking $13,500 ONO, -
ph# 432-6023 / 564-1224




























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BBF #770 a
BBF #777






2002 MITSUBISHI NATIVA,
one owner, well kept, low miles, AC, CD player,
; asking $12,000 ONO
ph# 544-9383






2003 BMW 325l,
Auto, sunroof, clean blue, grey leather interior,
must see, asking $20,900

ph# 477-6835






BBF #778 '
2001 MONTE CARLO SS,
lime green & black exterior, AC, CD player,
22” rims, excellent condition,
asking $9,500 ONO,
ph# 392-8887 / 436-7093

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BBF #771 :

2007 HONDA ACCORD SG,
Black exterior, 4 cylinder, low miles,
asking price too low to advertise,
ph# 376-6180 / 324-7068

BBF #774 nen :
BBF #779 :
_ 1996 MERCEDES BENS C220,
powered windows, sunroof, CD player, AC, good|
condition, asking $4,000. Z
ph# 465-3792

2002 INFINITY I35,

Black with black leather, sunroof, 6cd in-dash
changer, power everything, wood trim, great
condition, cold a/c, rear power sunshad

$7,800 0.b.0 357-5888 ~

2001 SENTRA,
good condition, must sell,
asking $4,000 ONO,
ph# 455-6184

BBF #781
2005 Chevy Silverado,
22” rims, remote, start alarm system, Only
48,000 miles, asking $18,500, ph# 565-2994 /
322-5160

BBF #776
2005 FORD FIVE HUNDRED
Limited edition. Blue exterior, 22” chrome& blue
rims, 6 disc CD changer, sunroof, tan leather
interior, clean in & out, asking $14,500 ONO,
Must sell. ph# 426-3032 / 341-4108

BBF #786








1999 TAHOE,
green exterior, 22” rims, sound system,
flo master, runs well, asking $6,000 OBO,
ph# 392-5147 / 565-4822



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BBF #789
2008 FORD FUSION,
like new only 3,000 miles, 5 speed
ransmission, Ice cold AC, Air bags, Immaculate
condition, must see to appreciate,
asking $22,000 ONO, more info
call 242-565-9950

BBF #792
2000 Toyota altezza
Excellent running condition clean inside and out,
custom head unit and custom grill.
Power everything,
asking 8,500 or next best offer.
ph# 324-4651 / 544-8603

2003 MONTE CARLO,
Burgundy, 22” inch rims, Remote start,
asking $9,000,
ph# 454-3820

BBF #796
4 DOG:: F-150,
Factory chrome rims, asking $13,000 ONO,
no reasonable offer refused,
ph# 454-6545

BBF #799

2001 HONDA ACCORD,
leather seats, power window, V6 engine,.AC, 2
door, Silver clear, asking $6,500 ONO,
Also upholstery, Sofa and love seat, asking
$600F, ph# 364-0230 / 565-7459



BBF #801
2002 CADILLAC DERVILLE,
Pearl white, Tan leather interior, CD player, xm
radio, asking $6,900,
ph# 544-6840 / 431-5302

BBF #810
(2) 2006 NISSAN MAXIMA,
Just in from U.S, fully loaded, black and tan
leather, new crystal lights, AC, CD, new tires,
clean title, low miles, asking $14,500 ONO,
no down payment for Atlantis or Government
employees, ph#432-1301

BBF #813
2004 BLACK HUMMER 2,
Fully loaded, must see!!, asking $33,000, |
ph# 324-2933 / 376-5540

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BBF #814
2004 DODGE RAM,
clean title, CD, AC, clean in and out, asking
$8,500 ONO, ph# 565-0590

BBF #81
2008 HONDA ACCORD, COUPE.
rims, leather interior, sound system, low miles,
excellent condition, asking $20,000 ONO,
ph# 364-2523 / 425-9255 / 4552854

BBF #820
1999 TOYOTA COROLLA,
Hcyl, AC, CD player, great on gas,
asking $2,800 ONO,
ph# 326-0332 / 467-0122

BBF #827
2007 HONDA ACCORD,

Ex V6, Peanut Butter, Leather interior, HID head
lights, Fog lights, 6 CD changer, heated seats,
xm satellite radio, low miles, 17” alloy Factory

Rims, asking $19,300 ONO,
ph# 376-8993/324-0288



2007 Chevrolet Impala,
clean title, no accidents, one owner, V6, grey
interior, with wood grain, silver exterior with
black Tints, Chrome accessories, ipod input,
keyless entry, alarm, remote start,
asking $13,900 cash price negotiable,
ph# 423-7700



BBF #841 : ;
2004 CADILLAC CTS,
red, fully loaded, with audio system, custom
rims, HID lights, asking $15,000 ONO, ph#, 465-
2322 / 425-9339

2007 HONDA CIVIC,
low mileage, silver,
Asking $15,599 OBO,
ph# 565-5627





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IBBF #850
2005 HONDA ACCORD,
leather interior, 20” rims, very clean, no rims,
asking $12,000 ONO
ph# 468-2740

BBF #852 ‘
2004 BLACK HONDA ACCORD,
with a 2006 front end, clean title, sunroof, 6 CD
changer, 4 door, chrome handles, serious
inquiries only, asking $12,000, ph# 433-3921 /
324-7966

BBF #854
2007 HONDA ACCORD,
2 door, black exterior, cloth black interior, HID
head lights, 40,000 miles, cold AC, power
window and locks,20” chrome rims,
asking $15,500 ONO, ph# 565-2994

BBF #855

1996 ACCORD 2.7 “V6,
- Leather int. sunroof, 4dr 17" rims tan int and
ext., $3700 O.N.O.,
ph# 425-6978 / 361-2473

1991 TOYOTA SOARER,

Twin Turbo, Stick shift, includes gauges, oil
filter, relocatin kit, blitz exhaust, Pioneer head
unti with ipod jack, new act clutch, very clean,

' runs excellent, asking $4,500
ph# 393-0482(9am-5pm)/433-5663








BBF #860
2001 HONDA ACCORD,
power everything, CD player, AC, less then
75,000 miles, purchased at Nassau Motor
company limited, one owner, runs smooth, clean
inside and out, asking $7,500 negotiable price,
ph# 393-0482 (9am-Spm) / 433-5663

1979 30 YARD MACK DUMP TRUCK, .
very good condition, ready for work,
$18,000 OBO
Call 361-7247 or 454-5999 ask for Gary

BBF #862 :
1 2007 SUZUKI SWIFT,
one owner, excellent condition, 36,000 miles,
clean title, great on gas, like new, asking $
12,500 ONO, ph# 323-7369 / 434-4934

BBF #863
2006 Ford Mustang V6,
low. mileage, only one owner, black leather
interior, 6 disc changer, excellent condition,
asking $18,500, ph# 424-4850

BBF #864 ,
. 2003 ACURA TL TYPE S,
Silver w/black leather interior, 6 disc changer,
Sunroof, AC, Keyless entry, factory alarm,
asking $8,000 OBO, :
ph# 361-0184 / 535-9181




2003 NISSAN ALTIMA,
green w/tan interior, CD player, AC, Keyless
entry, asking $7,300 OBO,
ph# 361-0184 / 535-9181

BBF #866
2000 HONDA ACCORD,

Green exterior, tan leather interior, with custom
money design, sunroof, V6 fully loaded, keyless
entry, factory CD player, security system, asking

~ $7,500, ph# 433-6194 / 356-2426

BBF #867
2000 NISSAN MAXIMA,
sunroof, leather interior, sound system, 22” rims,
* must see, asking $8,500,
ph# 427-4071 / 454-8799

ae
BBF #868
: 2006 F-250 HARLEY DAVIDSON -
Special Edition, 22” Rims, Leather Interior,
.Motorized Sunroof and Rear Window, Elite
Sound System, 7” inch touch screen, Low
Mileage,
Excellent Condition Asking $30,000.00 ONO,
ph#376-4389

2007 Dodge Ram.
black, excellent condition, Hemi 5.7L
Asking $26,000 ONO .
Also

2002 Chevy Silverado
. dual cab, flare side, asking $10,000 ONO
Ph# 454-7473 / 324-6356

2003 Nissan Maxima
Asking $5,500 ONO
Ph# 364-0667

1997 NISSAN MAXIMA,
White exterior, Black interior, AC,
Power windows, Sound System,
asking $3,400 ONO,
ph# 431-7272 / 361-5079

BBF #881
1995 NISSAN BLUEBIRD,
dark gray exterior, gray interior, interior in good
condition, 15” factory alcoy rims, AC, power
windows and locks, in running condition, need
some work a steal of a deal,
asking $1,000 ONO, ph#425-3262

2006 NISSAN MAXIMA,
just in from foreign, clean title, fully loaded,
black leather interior, sunroof22” rims,
asking $18,500 ONO,
phi# 565-4346

BBF #889
-2005 CHEVY VECTRA
Leather interior, CD, AC, Heater Seats, less
than 40,000 miles, excellent condition, must sell,
leaving the island, asking $11,500 ONO (willing
to negotiate),
ph# 424-3102 (Patrick)

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BBF #884
2004 SUZUKI CARRY VAN,
licensed until December 2010,
asking $3,300 ONO, ph# 535-7303

2003 CHEVY TAHOE FOR SALE,
excellent Condition, clean iitle, regularly
serviced, A/C, 22" rims, leather, interior,

"$18,500 OBO, ph# 376-0728

BBF #886
2003 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER,
AC, clean, must see, asking $7,000 ONO,
ph# 466-1381/356-7237

BBF #887 ‘
2000 FORD MUSTANG,
clean, 5.0, standard shift, asking $7,000,
ph# 425-7663 / 392-5935

BBF #895
; 2004 HONDA ACCORD,
white ,4-door, 63,000 miles, excellent condition,
asking $11,000, no reasonable offer refused,
ph# 393-1039 / 525-8503





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BBF #893
2005 HONDA ACCORD,
A/C, CD, power windows, power locks,
good condition,
asking $9,800 ONO
Not clean title,
Call: 328-0002 or 324-3083

BBF #891
: 1998 NISSAN ALTIMA,
Maroon, leather seats, sunroof, CD player,
18” rims, asking $3,600 ONO. :
ph# 457-657) ' 448-5192 ..

BBF #892
2005 FORD F-150, CAB,
fully loaded, 22” rims, Chrome package,
CD, AC, power,
asking $17,500,
ph# 433-7820 / 392-7668 -

RIB #088
1998 DODGE CARAVAN
Gold exterior. $4,500.00 obo
Just in from US, AC cold runs well.
7 passenger vehicle. Must see to appreciate
1999 FORD RANGER
Call 326-2622 cell 436-4251 or 434-2751

BBF #894
2006 CHEVY MALIBU,
Asking $5,500 ONO,
ph# 431-6442

BBF #898
2000 HONDA ACCORD,
4-door, white, \v/Tan interior, power everything,
asking $5,500 ONO,
call for information,
ph# 432-7909

96
2000 VW JETTA,
must sell, asking $5,000 ONO,
ph# 362-6370 / 426-1385

BBF #897
2003 JAGUAR S-TYPE,
.PVD, 20” rims, everything working, asking
$9,500 ONO, ph# 362-6370 (after 5pm)
leave message

2008 KIA SPORTAGE
Gold exterior dark/grey interior.
Excellent condition, one owner & driver, low
mileage, Asking $18,000.00
Serious inquiries please.
Call 324-2613 or 466-9770

BBF #899
2004 DODGE DURANGO, SLT,
AC, Leather interior, fully loaded, Charcoal grey,

excellent condition, asking $12,000 ONO, willing

to negotiate, ph# 341-0174 / 376-5250
(if calling after 8pm) :

BBF #900
1997 NISSAN SKYLINE,

Power Windows, AC, Dual Clutch, Locked LSD,
Sunroof, Turbo, Pioneer/Premier,
Bluetooth Deck,
ph# 328-1801 / 525-5017.

2001 NISSAN MAXIMA,
asking $4,500 ONO,
ph# 361-4356 / 431-5434

2007 NISSAN MAXIMA
Leather seats, very clean
$7,000.00
2007 HONDA ACCORD
$7,000.00
Bank and in house fiancing available
Cell 431-8033

RIB #056
2005 CHEVY EQUINOX:
6 CYL, PW, PB, PS, LEATHER SEATS,
SUNROOF, GOLD EXT. TAN IN., 4 DOOR
EXEC CONDITION
$12,500.00 ONO. 552-3105

#060

2007 CADILLAC CTS

Grey exterior, beige leather interior

fully loaded, 3.6 engine

Must see to appreciate. ~
Cell 426-7256

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RIB #062

2003 FORD ESCAPE
~ 4 door, fully loaded, White exterior,
grey interior, automatic. Asking $8,000.00 ono
Call 525-0831

2002 KIA-SODONA VAN
Green exterior with grey interior, 7 seater.
$5,600.00 ono
_ Ac, sunroof CD/leather interior, fully loaded.
Excellent condition, power windows & locks Call
323-1305/544-0523 or 328-0864
Ask for Daniel

RIB #075 :
2006 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX

Silver exterior with black interior,

_ 3.8 litre engine. Fully loaded with CD,
ice cold A/C, G5 tints, and low mileage.
Recently serviced and runs great (Rebuilt title.)
$12,500.00
call 428-4347 or 324-7247

2006 NISSAN TITAN.
Asking 19,500 ONO.
Call 424-1208.

1997 HONDA ACCORD,
right hand drive for sale, $2900 ono.
544-8832
Call 424-1208





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RIB #081
2004 NISSAN MAXIMA
Blue exterior with cream/leather interior
$10,000.00
sunrof, 6 disc CD changer
Cell 52£-5407

RIB #539
. 1998 FORD BACKHOE 555E
Asking $18,000 ONO

Call 397-1050

2007 MINI COOPER
- Midnight blue exterior, black interior
20,000.00 ono
Garage kept, 6 speed, 23,000 miles.

Very clean
Call 362-1928 or cell 436-7354

RIB #096
2008 TOYOTA TACOMA
Black exterior, grey interior
$15,000.00 ono
Garage kept, 5 speed, 4x4, very clean,
low miles -
Call 362-1928 cell 436-7354

RIB #098

2004. FORD RANGER (EDGE)
Red exterior with grey interior
$13,000.00 ;

004. Edge model.
00 miles.22”



-| FOR SALE DUMP
TRUCK
1995 International
dump trucks.
$15,000.00 ono
2000 International
Dump trucks
$20,000.00 ono
Serious inquiries
please call 466-
9770(Calvin) or
3 557-4445(Robert)

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AMY

2001 HONDA CRV °
Silver exterior, black interior
$10,500.00
RH, 4wd, 4 cylinder, ps, pm, cd, tv, pw, stereo,
ac, step guard, s/shift, dual airbags, alloy
wheels, anti lock brakes, spot light, 79k miles
Call 323-8103, 454-1349

RIB #114

2000 FORD RANGER
Tan with tan/black interior,
$5,000.00
Extended cab sport back
cell 436-2343

RIB #119 ;

1997 MERCEDES 230 SLK COMPRESSOR
Black exterior, red & black interior, hard top
convertable. Only 34,000 miles, 2 door.
$18,000.00
Cell 525-3928

RIB #130 :
: : 1995 TOYOTA AVALON
Green exterior $3200.00 obo

RIB #133 ;
2003 AUDI A4 1.8T SEDAN
Silver w/black top, beige interior w/ custom
body kit, stock turbo, fully loaded,
5 speed manual
$24,000.00
Call 324-7158 cell 427-2403

RIB #136
1999 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior wirh tan leather interior, sunroof,
leather, v6, AC, smoke backlights, clean.
$5,500.00 obo a
Call 341-0853-cell 544-9260 or 448-1966

TRIB #145
18FT TRAILER FOR SALE- BLACK
$3,900.00
Call 356-6672/3



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2005 FORD ECOSPORT
Black exterior with black interior
$8,500.00
Excellent condition. Great on gas, black cloth
interior ,AC, CD player, power everything;
’ 4 cylinder, standard shift.
call 364-2045 cell 432-2459



1995 HONA INTEGRA
Candy green with black interior. $4,000.00 ono
standard shift, racing cluches stage 3.

Good:condition, 17” rims, air-intake, header.



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RIB #151

2005 CHEVY MALIBU
Grey exterior with light grey interior.
Excellent condition, ice cold AC, only 70K miles,
very fuel efficient. with 20” chrome rims & tifes.
$8,800.00 without $79000no
2003 BUICK CENTURY LT

Fully loaded. $6800.00
Call 361-7912,357-7545,432-6682

2007 CHEVY MALIBU
Silver exterior with plush like-new interior,
One owner, car fax available. Fully loaded, front
& side airbags- never deployed, factory CD
$12,000.00
2005 CHEVY EQUINOX
$12,000.00
Bank loan assistance available.
call 361-2769 or 465-6837

RIB #155
2001 MITSUBISHI PAJERO IO
Silver exterior with grey interior
- $8,500.00 Priced for quick sale. ©

2.0 4 cylinder, 50,000 miles, Ac, fog lights.

.Good condition in & out.

Great on gas.
cell 454-6553 or 324-7827

RIB #156
2003 HONDA CIVIC
Black exterior with black interior, 1.7 v-tec,
Special edition. Just arrived, tv, dvd, cd player,
fog lights, lip kit, 17 inch rims.
Perfect condition. Must see

$9,500.00
cell 454-6553 or 324-7827



TRIB #158

1993 300ZX
Grey exterior with grey interior.
$3500.00 - ;
cell 465-0063





RIB #159 ;
2002 NISSAN MAXIMA
Grey exterior with grey interior
$8,000.00 ono
22 rims, sound systems
call 425-0262 or 558-3169

RIB #167
* 4994 HONDA CIVIC
Hatchback, red & back exterior with
grey interior. $4500.00 obo
17” rims, Am suspension,AM exhaust, Am
intake, HIDs, AM headlights and fpg lights, quick
release steering wheel, stick shift, sunroof
Call 359-3269

RIB #168
2008 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior, very clean, low miles
$9,000.00

2006 NISSAN MAXIMA,
Leather interior. $6,000.00
In house financing
Call 456-5799

RIB #178
2002 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
Red exterior with tan/leather interior
clean title, fully loaded, power everything, AC,
CD player, sunroof, dual transmission auto, ©
stadard shift. Asking $6,000.00
Call 328-4623 cell 558-3892

RIB #182

2005 CHEVY COLORADO
4 cylinder. $11,000.00

2002 DODGE STRATUS, 4 cylinder
$5,500.00
. Cell 525-6268

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2007 FORD F-150 TRUCK
White exterior with grey interior, dual cap
$20,000.00
Clean title, Ac. Just Ike new
Call 477-3125 or 361-5467

2993 NISSAN ALTIMA
Red extérior, red interior
‘ $7,000.00
cell 454-5988 or 357-3227

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RIB #185
1998 HONDA ACCORD
Purple exterior, grey leather interior
Fully loaded, sunroof, spoiler on back, AC.
$4,800.00
Call 325-5656 cell 434-4171 or 356-1332

TRIB #186

2006 AUDI A4
Convertiable, white exterior
with beige leather interior
‘ $23,500.00
Bose sound system, AWD, 6 CD changer,
20,000 miles, must see
Call 362-1928 cell 436-7354

RIB #188
2001 MERCURY. GRAND MARQUIS

Grey exterior with grey interior

Fully loaded, cold Ac, new tires, leather interior,

Must see 67K miles, only $6,000.00 firm
Call 364-5080





Black extrior with grey interior, 2 door coupe wit



RIB #191
2006 BMW 650 T
Silver exterior, black & brown interior, leather
seats, 22” chrome rims, wooden dashboards,
convertible top, automatic & 30,000 + miles
Serious inquiries only. Call for price
Cell 434-6484 or 436-9847

2006 NISSAN ALTIMA
Black exterior with grey interior
Under 30,000 miles
Asking $10,000.00 ono
call 466-2376 or 324-1383

RIB #201 5 .
1996 MITSUBISHI EVO-4
Olive green exterior with dark blue interior
$6,000.00
ACF con troler, boost controler,
turbo timer stage 6 cluthes
Call 395-4827

RIB #203
2002 DODGE STATUS
Silver exterior, dark grey interior.
CD player, AC, ice cold, clean in and out.
: Good condition!!
Willng to work with your Budget!!
$3500.00. Three thousand five hundred.
Cell 465-4245/429-3868






RIB #210 ;
1996 HONDA CIVIC

sunroof and grey interior. After matket
performance exhaust and cold air intake, black

rims. $3500.00 ono
Call 302-8402 cell 544-6073



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RIB #216

1998 NISSAN ALTIMA
Silver exterior with silver interior
Good condition. runs well, cold AC
$3,800.00
Call 364-5622 cell 434-4170

RIB #220

LEGUNA SECA BLUE,

4 door,6 speed manual,v6 2.81, front wheel
drive, Very fast,NA, New Koni adjustable
coilovers(Extremely responsive!!)less than 60k
lon it, Power everything, sunroof, all black leathe
interior. must see to appreciate.

Asking $15k obo.
376-2449

RIB #257
2008 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior. -
$28,000.00 ono
1 owner, sunroof, alloyed wheels, clean interior,
10,000 miles, AC, CD player.
Power windows & locks
Cell 433-3272

RIB #258 :
2008 HONDA ACCORD
Very clean. $8,000.00
2007 FORD F-150 Extended cab, rims
$9,000.00
Bank and in house financing avalable.
Cell 431-8033 Leave message.

RIB #259
2003 HONDA ACCORD
Black exterior with tan/leather interior
$11,500.00 ono ° :

Very clean, V6 engine, 4 door, cold ac, power
windows, sunroof, automatic. in excellent
condition. Must sell. Owner leaving Island.

Cell 565-0001



RIB #260
2008 HONDA ELEMENT 2.4L

with automatic transmission, radio and CD
player, ACLike Brand New
9000 miles
Price $26800
Please contact Adam Stack at 242 376-6907
to view

RIB #261 ;
2005 FORD RANGER
White exterior”
$9,500.00
(5) five speed, v6, 30,000 miles
Call 322-3581 cell 423-8792

RIB #263 :
4995 TOYOTA GT STARLET TURBO

White exterior with blue interior. $3,000.00 ono
no reasonable offer refuse. Pioneer CD player,
AC, clean inside and out, no leaks.
Good conditions, standard shift.

Cell 426-3878

2000 FORD MUSTANG
White exterior with beige interior,
: $9,000.00
Dual exhaust, flow master, hedders, sound
system, leather seats & cold AC.
Mint condition ‘
Cell 556-1751 or 426-0376

RIB #264
2003 HONDA ACCORD
Gold exterior with beige interior.
Fully loaded, extra clean. $11,500.00
Cell 468-7757

2006 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO LTZ
Silver exterior, black interior, 2 door, fully
loaded, sunroof, leather seats, dvd player,
excellent condition, low mileage.
_ $9,500 O.N.O
Phone 393-1405, 436-7407 or 557-8273

1999 FORD NEW HOLLAND 575E
BACKHOE
« “Ready to work.
3000 HRS. Located Freeport, G.B
Asking $19,000 OBO
1 (242) 373-4500 / 1(242 373-2222

i

RIB #267 .
1994 NISSAN S14 SILVA

Black exterior with black interior, turbo charge, 5
speed. Willing to trade for another vehicle. or
make reasonable offer. Owner is leaving the

Island. Must go!
call 361-8161 cell 455-9883
or 445-1565

TRIB #268
1997 HONDA INSPIRE

Silver ext, sunroof. Just serviced, factory set.

Licensed until April, 2011.
: Priced for quick sale .
Owner leaving the Island. 3,500 obo
Tel 392-5769, 432-0767, 436-0096

RIB #269 RS
2002 MITSUBISHI LANCER

Blue pee leather int.
D player, 18” rims,
‘or with out neg. Clean in and out.
$5,500 ono.
Tel 544-5053, 544-4872.

i

, A/C, 10 disc





THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010, PAGE 9

2000 NISSAN ALTIMA
$5000.00 o.n.o
Clean Title, Great Condition; Cold AC, cd player,
power windows, fresh paint job, Clean and well
kept interior and exterior!

Phone Contact: 3575651(c) 3413303 (h)

RIB #272
2004 40th ANNIVERSARY
FORD MUSTANG
Silver exterior, 6 speed, auto, premium stereo,
keyless entry, Professionaly maintained.
$13,000.00 ono
Call 322-7137 cell 424-6219



RIB #274
1994 FORD RANGER
White exterior with grey interior, 5 speed
garage kept. Licensed until 2010. CD player,
standard shift. $3,500.
call 359-1263 or 364-1234

_ 2006 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior, grey/leather interior. $14,800.00

V6, 2 door, power everything, very clean,
sunroof, heated seats, cruise control, 49K
miles, 17” honda alloy rims, fully loaded.

Comprehensive insurance and

Licensed til Dec.
302-2731 544-7688

RIB #277
1997 NISSAN SUNNY.

White exterior with grey interior
$2,500.00
Clean, AC cold.
Call 356-4009 or 466-1744

RIB #286
2002 DODGE RAM

White exterior. In good condition,
Asking $10,500.00 ono
Call 434-4517 or 361-3136

RIB #299
1999 NISSAN SENTRA

White exterior $2,300.00
Painted 200w Jvc CD tint win factory rims,
low miles, cold AC,

License until Oct. Cell 552-4997

RIB #300
2004 JAQUAR X TYPE
Gold exterior with tan leather interior,
wood finish dash. AC, power everything.
. GREAT ON GAS!!! $9,900.00 ono
Cell 676-2107



2005 NISSAN ALTIMA V-6 3.5
Burgundy exterior with black interior.
f $9,000.00
Running in style, excellent condition, sunroof,
‘just serviced. Owner leaving town.
Serious enquiries only.
Cell 428-6475 or 323-5073

RIB #312

2003 CADILLAC CTS

Black exterior, tan/leather interior
$10,500.00 ono

CD, AC. Cell 376-9685





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RIB #313 :
2000 BMW 3281
Silver exterior with grey/leather interior
$11.500.00 ono
CD, sunroof. Cel 376-9685

RIB #314
99 HONDA PRELUDE,

H22 V-Tec Twin Cam engine, Halo Headlight,

Carbonfiber Hood.$4,500 “
Black exterior with black interior. Stick shift,
No trade ins.
Call 448-9643

RIB #319
2006 HONDA CIVIC
Gold exterior, 4 door, good condition.
$17,000.00 Financing -for salary deduction.

Call me i will hook you up.

2002 HONDA CIVIC,
Silver exterior, 2 door. $9,000.00

All in good condition.

Call 326-1625 cell 467-6001

RIB #320
1995 NISSAN’SENTRA EX SALOON
Grey exterior with blue-grey interior Runs ok,
Ac, works. Asking $1,000.00 ono
Call 361-2033 cell 456-4361 _

RIB #321
1999 NISSAN ALTIMA
. Silver exterior with grey/ leather interior _
Power windows
Asking $3,000.00 ono As Is
cell 552-2713 or 552-2714

RIB #324 :
FOR SALE
2001 HONDA CIVIC ;

Clean Title, Power Windows, Sun Roof, Tinted
Windows, CD Player, AM/FM Radio, Anti Theft
System, Keyless Entry, A/C New Tyres,
Low Mileage. Asking $8, 000.00.

Tel 424-9811.

RIB #325
2001 GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO JEEP
Dark blue with grey leather interior
grey leather seats, 41, 6v, automatic, runs great
Expat leaving the Island,
Price USD $8,000.00
cell 525-2780

RIB #327
2009 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior with black interior, 4 door
1 owner, new, clean title, 22” chrome rims.
$30,000.00 with rims $28,000 without
1999 HONDA ACCORD
sunroof,AC,CD,tape, set, alarm. $6,000.00 with
set $5,800 without
Call 364-3691 cell 557-1205

RIB #328
1999 VOLKWAGON PASSAT
Dark blue exterior with cream interior
Price for quick sale. $3,800.00
price negotiable.
Needs some love.
Cell 677-5965 or 454-1379 or 356-0680 nights

RIB #329
2006 FORD F-150
White exterior with grey interior .Extra clean
interior & exterior, clean title, four door truck
with no problems. Everything works.
$11,500.00 ono.Take it. Contact 357-8178

RIB #330

2003 NISSAN SENTRA
Super’saloon. White exterior, grey interior
Fully loaded

Also
2001 Taurus for Sale. $6,500.00
Clean title. Excellent condition
Cell 455-0507

RIB #331
. 2005 F-150°
White exterior with grey interior .1 owner
Under 23,000 miles.
$15,500 or best offer.
Cell 376-7591

2 ;
1996 HONDA ACCORD
Green exterior with grey interior
In from US. V-6 engine, running needs some
"repairs. Leather interior, sunroof
Asking $2,000.00
Cell 477-3206 or 395-1878 °

RIB #336
2000 CHEVROLET CAVELIER
Champagne exterior with tan iterior, four door
$2,700.00 obo

Just reduced. 4 door,Good running condition,

AC,AM/EM stereo,CD player
& AM/FM radio. License until Oct 2010

Call 394-8489 cell 467-1880

RIB #338
2000 NISSAN ALTIMA
Champagne exterior with brown interior
3,800.00 ono
Very good condition, Ac, power window,
CD/ Radio. clean. cell 558-7723

~ THE TRIBUNE

RIB #340 .
1999 DODGE CARAVAN
Red exterior with grey & black interior 44,800.00
ono Excellent condition. Great with gas Must
see!! $4,800.00 ono Call 326-4037 cell 426-
. 8468 or 424-1510°

RIB #342
PRICED SLASHED
2000 BMW 528i M3 Sports package _-

Engine: 6 cyiinder 2,800cc automatic, black
exterior, leather interior, 62,861 miles, sunroof,
factory sports rims, premium sound system, 6
CD changer, 4 wheel anti-lock brakes, power

locks & security system. $10,000 ono 394-

4346/424-9868

43 .
2004 CHEVROLET EPICA
Green exterior, Grey interior

,.Fully Loaded
Asking $8000.00 ONO
Call 393-1682 or 359-1996

6.
2008 KIASPORTAGE .
White exterior, grey/black interior.
_ Excellent condition.
One owner, low mileage. Asking $18,000.00
Serious i inquiries please
Call 565-0899 or 423-8994

2003 FORD TAURUS SES V6

‘Gold Exterior w/Tan Leather Interior. A/C, CD

Player, Powered everything.

Alarm w/audio anti-theft protection. Runs Very
Well! Excellent condition, pictures can be
emailed to prove it.
$6,000 ONO
Call 433-4377 or 558-3268







RIB #350
2007 NISSAN ALTIMA
PUSH BUTTON TO START
Asking $9500.00 OBO
Needs Front End Repairs.
No Good Offer Will Be Turned Down.
Under 40 K Miles
Cell 376-7740/448-1094

RIB #351
1998 NISSAN ALTIMA
Burgundy exterior with tan interior
$800.00
Needs some engine work.
Cell 445-7147

353
2000 CHEVY TRAIL BLAZER
White exterior with grey/black interior,
rims and leather interior.

$7,000.00 or 5,500 without.:

_ 1997 CHEVY SILVERADO

Double cab with 6 cylinder,leather interior.
double row seat. $6,000.00. Cell 552-5111 .

RIB #354 .
2006 CHEVY COBALT
White exterior with grey interior. 4 door
Mas" $8,900.00 ONO
Excellent condition, fully loaded, very low miles.
Just lin from US. Like brand new.
Must see!! Call 364-4288, 432-5464 or 422-3239

5
1996°'NISSAN SKYLINE -

Black exterior, front mounted inter- cooler, blitz
Bov and HKS intake. Needs clutch kit, engine
runs great AC, ice cold. Needs someone to
finish project. $3,500.00 obo

“Cell 357-4316 _

RIB #356
2002 KIA CARENS
Red ext, 4-cyl, car economical. One owner,
A/C, 30,000 miles only. $5,500 obo.
Telephone 424-2039

RIB #357 I
2000 GMC SAFARI
Dark grey exterior with grey interior
Good condition, six seater, good for taxi or
church, factory Cd player, AC, everything
working. Cell 636-7877 |

RIB #357
2007 FORD FOCUS :
White ext.with black/grey leather int.
4-door, 6-disc changer,
Low mileage under 19,000 miles,
great gas mileage,
over 33 miles per gallon. New 16” rims & tires.
Call 393-9355

RIB #358
2002 MERCEDES KOMPRESSOR
SPORTS COUPE.
Black exterior with grey interior.
$14,500.00 ono
Serious inquiries.
Gell 424-4009

RIB #359
2006 FORD EXPEDITION XLT
Cherry red exterior with grey interior, comes fully

jloaded with 22” rims, new tires, DVD screen and

leather seats, amongst many others
accessories. Must see to appreciate
Asking $22,000.
Call 357-3708 for serious inquiries only.

RIB #360 :
2002 FORD EXPLORER XLT
Black exterior with tan(leather) interior
$4,000.00 Sold as is.
One owner never hit.
Cell 544-5228 or 525-8536

RIB #360 A
2000 HONDA ACCORD
White ext, beige int, A/C, power everything, sun
roof, runs good, good condition $4,00 obo

Also
200 NISSAN SENTRA
Clean, asking $2,500 obo
Call 425-6368

1999 TOYOTA AVALON
White ext, dk beige int.
Good buy, runs great. A/C, p/ /everything,
dependable. é
Also: 2000 NISSAN SENTRA.
Clean in & out. Asking $2,500 ®bo
Call 425-6368

RIB #362 A
2007 DODGE DURANGO
Silver exterior with grey interior
Excellent condition, DVD, Sat radio,
22,000 miles. Must sell. Owner leaving Island.
Asking $21,900 obo.
Call 393-0265

RIB #363

1998 NISSAN CEDRIC
Silver exterior with grey interior. $5,300.00
4 door, ps/pw/ac very cold, cd(6cd changer
player) tv monitor watching ZNS while you
driven. Licence until May of next year.
Cell 436-2029 or 449-5495



THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010, PAGE 11

RIB #365
2008 DODGE DOKADO
“Silver exterior with silver-grey interior, clean,
low mileage, AC, CD, 4 door, extended cab
$28,700.00 ono
Call 323-0610 cell 456-3596

RIB #367
2004 CHEVY TRAIL BLAZER
Low mileage. Excellent condition.
NMC serviced from new.
$13,500.00 obo
Contact: 359-2686

RIB #504
1999 WINDOM
Grey exterior with grey interior
In great condition.
$6,300.00 or closest offer.
Call 341-4435 cell 465-6472

RIB #506
1993 TOYOTA WINDOM
Champagne exterior with grey interior,
$2,900.00
Excellent running condition, sunroof,
4 door. Low mileage,
Call 394-6244

‘

RIB #507
1997 NISSAN MAXIMA SE
White exterior, leather seats, cold Ac,
everything powered, sound system.
In excellent condition. $3,300.00 ono
Call 328 3382 cell 436-5054





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RIB #511

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 /426-7871 leave message.



JUST IN
2005 CHEVROLET MALIBU CLASSIC
Gold exterior with tan interior
- $5,500.00.
4D, 4 Cly, automatic, AC, CD player,
Call 395-2892 stuartboys.com

RIB #514
2001 DODGE CARAVAN SE
Mini Van. Dark blue exterior, grey interior,
$7900.00 obo
Good condition, clean in/out.
Call 364-6862 or 431-4296 or 393-8732

RIB #515
2006 LEXUS IS 250
Red exterior with tan interior
$28,000.00 ono
Fully loaded, leather seats, sunroof,
20” rims, power everything.
Call 454-1915 or 565-8386

2000 GMC.SONOMA
Red exterior with grey interior
$6,500.00 ono
Vehicle in excellent condtion
Engine running well. Has Ac and CD player
Willing to negotiable. :
Call 341-2198 cell 426-1310



FOR SALE: 2000 JAGUAR
Excellent Condition

Price: $13000.00

Contact: 356-4094
between9a.m.- 5p.m.
After 6 p.m. 328-0561







9 -
2004 FORD EXPEDITION
White and gold interior, leather interior, sunroof,
sound system. Good condition.
: See to appreciate.
Ask for Sean. $8,500.0
Cell 357-7320 or 558-8274

RIB #520
2001 CHEVY IMPALA. 3.8 SERIES
Black exterior with grey/leather interior
Black alloy rims. AC, DVD/CD player.
* $10,000.00 ono
Ask for Rose. 324-1905

1997 NISSAN SENTRA
Gold exterior with grey interior.
$1,800.00 ono
AC, CD player. Car in good condition.
Cell 525-8436 or 468-3294

RIB #522
1994 CADILLAC DEVILLE SEDAN
Maroone exterior, maroone interior.
$48000.00
Clean- All systems good. Call 323-4168



RIB #523 : ;
2005 FORD ESCAPE LIMITED -V.6
Lime green exterior, leather/tan interior
a ‘$8,000.00 ono
Very good condition.
NISSAN ALTIMA 2004
$7,000.00 ono
Call 425-6963 or 376-3898



RIB #526
2001 NISSAN ALTIMA
Blue exterior with black interior.
Need minor repair. Serious enquiries only.
$5,000.00 without rims, with rims $6500.00
Call 341-1316 cell 425-7517

RIB #527
eg - 1998 NISSAN ALTIMA
Black exterior, cream interior.
P $5,000.00 ono
Cold AC, power locks, sunroof and 20” rims.
call 341-6289 cell 455-7658 or 456-6091

1998 HONDA ACCORD
Red and black with brown interior.

$4,800.00. Custom paint job, smoked lights,

CD, AC, clean, runs well. Must go.
Call 364-6238
cell 432-0723 or 426-0074 .

RIB #529
2002 SILVER FORD MUSTANG
In good condition, ~
$6,000.00 o/n/o {
Tele: 454-4005 or 341-1855 (after 6pm)

THE TRIBUNE










RIB #531 :
2009 NISSAN MAXIMA
Pearl white exterior with tan & black interior,
One of a kind, very clean, low miles,
custom front, 22” wheels, sunroof,
6 cd player. 4 door,
Let’s make a deal, sell or trade.
557-5484 or 552-3329






RIB #532
2003 FORD EXPLORER XLT
. Blue exterior with grey interior
; $9,500.00
Must sell! Serious inquiries only.
Call 376-5367

TRIB #532

2008 FORD FUSION
White exterior with tan leather interior
$12,800.00
Mint condition, CD player, 4 cylinder.
Good on gas. 31,000 miles
Cell 427-7095





2000 FORD LINCOLN CONTINENTAL
Black exterior with beige/leather interor,
32 v intech, v8, 22” rims.

For Sale As Is. $8,000.00
Call 364-8156 cell 436-8007









RIB #536
2001 TOYOTA CRUISER JEEP
Brown exterior with light brown interior.
$30,000.00
’ Perfect condition, low mileage.




Tel: 376-2929






RIB #537








1998 HONDA CIVIC
Grey and black exteior with grey interior
$4,500.00
2 door, 5 speed, AC, CD player, 17” rims
Very good vondition and more.
: Cell 454-7791








2007 HONDA ACCORD
Grey exterior with tan(leather) interior, sunroof.
Fully loaded, v-6 engine, touch screen, leather
seats, xm radio, Ac cold.
Great running condition.
$17,000.00 ono
cell 436-5379 or 454-6303

#541
JAGUAR KING XK8 VINTAGE
Green exterior, tan/leather interior.
$22,000.00 ono. Convertible, clean, fully loaded
& runs like a dream. Only one on the
Island, a show stopper.

1996 Windom & Sunny. Both needs work
$900.000n0 sold as. 392-5093,426-0639





RIB #546 -
2000 BUICK CENTURY
Navy blue exterior. CD player, black tints
and 20” rims
Cell 677-4931 or 395-5991

BBF #851 ;
2004 28FT TWIN MERCURY 225 OPTIMAX,
Clean and ready to go, asking $46,000
make offers, NEED TO SELL,
ph# 424-8240/393-4498 ask for Nick
1 month tribune issue 75 019










RIB #544






0
. 1999 TOYOTA ARISTO
Black exterior with black and grey interior
$8,500.00
It’s in excellent condition.
Cau 456-7371

2005 FORD F-150
White exterior with grey interior.
Fully loaded, extra cab, clean title,
Just in from the US.

Call 324-4416 cell 424-4080



1994 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE
Blue exterior.
$2,500.00
In very good condition.
Cell 466-6229

B #368
BEAUTIFUL 21’ MAKO WITH GOOD
TRAILOR
Well maintained and serviced every year
color fish/depth finder, new seats, new power
steering. Ready to go.
Reduced to $9,800.00
Call 677-8720 or 525-7832 or 325-2954

** ABSOLUTE BARGAIN*** Mercedes ML320,
'99, 3.2L,80k,Rhd, 5 Doors, Navy With Full Grey






















THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010,

Leather. Electrically adjustable seats,

Air con, Central locking, Cruise control,Original
factory alloys,EXCELLENT condition, Regularly
serviced, Expat leaving island, $9,950
No offers, Serious enquiries only.

Call 3954905,3631163

RIB #968
CAR FOR SALE
2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
2 Door Black Ext & Int. Sport GT Rims
Perfect condition, low miles. $6,500
Telephone: 361-5177 &
361-5220 ext 239 or 241



RIB #542
2003 NISSAN MAXIMA
Mint green exterior with beige/leather
interior $7,500.00 ono
sunroof, six speed, AC. factory wheels, °
5.5 engine, pioneer CD player.
Cell 434-5235 or 395-9583



1996 TIARA 4000 EXPRESS
White,40ft cruiser in excellent
condition. Owner leaving Island,
Hydraulic dining table, 2 ac
staterooms, head and shower
room, generator, fridge, freezer,
microwave, large garage swim
_platform. Helm has all
electronics. Twim cummins
420hp diesels. Offered at
$230,000
Contact 364-2002 or
cell 424-4784

‘RIB #063

19FT CENTER CONSOLE
ON TRAILER
with Bimini top, yamaha 200hp
1996 Bayliner trophy deep-v, white $9,000.00
obo
Call. 361-4140. or 392-0808







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RIB#298 :
2001 HONDA CIVIC, >
white with black interior, cold a/c intake,
headers, mufflers, lipkit, cd/tape, a/c, good
condition. Fun and economic car..One owner.
Asking $5,600 ONO. PH:565-1037.° -







2005 CHEVY AVALANCHE
Gold exterior with beige exterior. 22” cruiser
rims, chrome package, 7” front DVD & 11” rear
Ipod ready. All the toys included.
$19,000.00 ono
2002 ACCORD. $7,200.00 .-
Call 364-3912 or 324-3296.

RIB #5
2007 CHRYSLER 300
Black exterior grey interior. Fully loaded, clean
engine v6, power windows, CD/radio player, Car|
comes with 20” rims, AC. ~
Excellent condition. Asking $30,000 ono
Contact Alan Russell. 364-6258 or 433-9656

RIB #266 :
20FT FISH & DEPT FINDER.
G.P.S Marine radio-CD cassette player, trailer,
life vest. $7,500.00
Call 341-7158 cell 434-8911

RIB #267
53' Hatteras Sportfish, 1976,
Twin Detroit 1271

Recent rebuild on starboard, 15 kw westerbeke
generator, AC, full electronics, good condition

duty paid. Location, Freeport, GB

Asking $139.000 O.B.O
1 (242) 373-222 / 1 (242) 373-4500











32’ STUART ANGLER
Custom white. 4 kw generator, AC, freezer,,
head, fresh water, electronics, etc. Runs great
Only 12 gals to Exuma! Fishing, working,
weekend away, she does it all.
Boat appraised @ $87,000.00
Cell 376-9809

Priced at $50,000.00



RIB #547
NEW Yamaha BW 125cc Scooter,
Fully automatic transmission and easy to ride.
Long wheel base, suitable for 2 passengers.
Under-seat storage and anti-theft key switch.
Electric and manual crank start, providing
exceptional versatility. on special for $4,200.00.
393-026.

RIB #294 .
2003 HONDA CBR 954 MOTORCYCLE
Red and black. Garage kept.
Asking $4,500.00 ono
Cell 424-9388






RIB 200 - ‘
SYM X-WOLF 125CC MOTORBIKE
4-Stroke Engine
Beat the Traffic & Fuel Prices!
‘Available in Red & Black
Sale Price $1,895.00
Phone: 393-0155/394-4823




(TRIB #274
2006 buell lightning bolt XB12
mint cond.only 3900 miles always garaged kept
and serviced regularly. 1200 cc: of raw american
power made by harley davidson,unique looking
lots of torque and fun to ride jardine full exhaust
| comes with new '
t helmet $4800 o.n.o ph:565 8082 |

















2000 FIART MARE
White/white
Serial #65R00786/6SRO0078 9
Price just reduced to $50,000.00
CAT 3126 420 H.P engine
Serious enquiries only
Call 363-2084 cell 424-3454

RIB#547C
NEW Yamaha Jog 100cc Scooter
Dependable Transportation. 4 stroke engine is
very quiet and fuel efficient.
Available in Blue or Red.
Cash Sales Price was reduced to $2,300.00.
New Cash price is slashed to $2,095.00!!
Call 393-0262. .

RIB #273
2003 HONDA CBR 954,
new cond two brothers racing exhaust sounds

cazy runs strong and pulls hard, low miles brand

new battery and tires and just serviced leaving
the island forces < priced for quick sale at
000

500
ph 565-8082



183
2005 MOTOR CYCLES '250ce

you money at the tank. Sold as is $2500.00 or
after alt repair and services. $3,800 00
Call 396-1449 or leave a messeage.



BRAND NEW RETRO STYLE SCOOTER
fuel tank capacity of a little over 5 liters.
The range should be close 200 km per tank
150cc 4 stroke engine is capable of carrying you
along comfortably at speeds of 80 km/hr plus.
Asking Price - $3009
| 424-7770










Must see, an excellent buy!Guanrantee to save

FOR SALE
20’ WELLCRAFT
With 200hp Yamaha engine, Bimini top and
trailer. $14,000.00 ono
Call Desmond 376-6887

RIB #09
2008 SEADOO 16FT 150 SPEEDSTER .
215 HP Supercharged Rotax Engine
80 Hours Only Comes with Trailer,

Leather Seats, Built in Cooler, CD Player

Great on Gas,
Price Reduced For Quick Sale
Asking $17.000.00

Caill:4338770

2008 KLR 650, .
extremely clean, asking $6,500,
ph#393-7028 / 393-7675

RIB #326
2007 HONDA 650 XRL
Red and white trail motor bike
Fully customize chrome down frame and all,
Street tires and rims.,Asking $7,500.00 ~~
18” chrome rims, new with tires 4 hole,
: universal .
Call 364-3691 cell 557-1205

20:
2007 HONDA CBR 1000RR BLACK
> Customized.
$6,000.00
Call 395-4827









BBF #875



24’ Nionza, 2 — 225
2000 Mercury EFI racing engines,
everything on boat is top of the line,

beautiful paint job, 80miles per hour speed,

boat cover included.
$16,000 serious inquires only
Call: 328-0002



RIB #369
FOR SALE :
36’ TROJAN TRICABIN 1982
White/brown, twin t6.35 perkins diesel 8k luger

gen, AC. Reduced $30,000 obo
é Call 424-0370

RIB #310 ‘
: 2003 DUCATI 749BI
Red super bike, 21,000 miles, great condition,
Modified fiber parts, classic street bike-
$6700.00 ono
Call 364-3258 cell 376-4947

RIB #200-A
‘SYM JET 125CC SCOOTER
.4-Stroke Engine
Beat the Traffic & Fuel Prices!
Available in Red, Silver & Black
Sale Price $1,995.00
: Phone: 393-0155/394-4823



RIB #230 .
SYM JET 100cc Euro-X SCOOTER
#1 SCOOTER IN THE BAHAMAS,
GREAT GAS MILEAGE,
RELIABLE, POWERFUL ( UP TO 50 MPH),
SAY GOOD BYE TO TRAFFIC.
SALE PRICE $2,295.00
3, Abaco1-242-367-
BIKE)









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HIGH Pee tae
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245/35/20
call for sizes.

+ HID LIGHTS
$170.00
; : < Call for prices on sizes
BBF #857 bs 1976 PIPER SENECA II. Ms eae not listed.
YAMAHA RAPTOR 700R, s : 4551.6-TT. 679/1 523 SMOH on EB Engines. 313 Betis
looks like brand new, Engine has only 80 hours, Fully d SPOH on Props, King radios, auto pilot Altimatic IIIC, h be Call 326-8274
Loaded: GYTR Muffler, GYTR Head Pipe,GYTR High leather interior. Fresh paint and annual inspection, cell 426-3618

Flow Air Filter, Dyno Jet Power Commander, 2001 HONDA SHADOW included in price.
Sport Front ate black, chrome parts, excellent condition day: 242-377-2323, evening:242-392-0942, mobile:

Asking $8,50C 9. Asking $5,500 - Ph#t 557-9139 242-467-4737.
Call Gabe Be 472- Soba 4085 € Contact Wayde Ramsey>

BF#839 - Tyres 215-40-17 $110

cl profile tires for sale, 215-45-17 $110
pectre, -45-

3415-35-18 $135 225-45-17 $115

225-40-18 135 ;

25-35-20 . $180 oe ee aie

9335-30-22 $245 HID Lights $180

245-35-20 $175

9225/30/20 $199 NanKang, Kuhmo, Falken

245-30-22 $ 240 Nexxen,

255-30-22 | $225 Call: 434-4054

255-30-24 $300 or

255/35/20 $200 323-4365

RIB #089 OE a —<
For SALE: Olympian 110 Soundproof Portable 305-45-22 $275

Diesel Generator Set, Rated for 100Kw Stand 265/35/22 $275 .BBF #819
By OR 90 Kw Prime. Price is negotiable. 285-50-20 $200 z oneal rims for sale Soca
Call 427-9531 or 324-4937. 225-40-19 $210 on phit vee noe


















CARIB GENERATORS
F. G. WILSON STYLE GENERATORS INCLUDES:
Automatie Transfer Switch, 100 gallon fuel tanks,
Â¥Controller, Stamford Alternators, Weather Proof
Enclosures, Shipping & Customs Duties Paid:
Ricardo 15kw Diesel $ 6075.00
20kw Diesel $ 7020.00
Ricardo 30kw Diesel $ 7594.00
~< |Ricardo 40kw Diesel $ 8471.00

WCummins 20kw: Diesel $10,159.00
Cummins 30kw Diesel $10,951.00
Cummins 40kw_ Diesel $11,119.00

Perkins 30kw Diesel $11,002.00
Perkins 40kw__ Diesel $11,313.00
15KW TO 2000KW FACTORY DIRECT
NASSAU & FAMILY ISLANDS- wann---

Phone 427-3749







RIB #256

GENERATOR SALE:
NOW IN STOCK.
Kipor KDE6700 Diesel generator. This Generator
comes electric start, ‘
in a sound enclosure, very quiet and reliable., Retail BBE #823








price was 1,900.00
now reduced to $1,450.00! Cash sale price.
Call 393-0262

RADIATORS FOR Saber $250

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Charger compatible with most pc laptops. Fits
Deli, Acer, HP, Toshiba, Sony, Compagq, Fujitsu,
Asus, NEC, and more. 90W with multiple
conneciors. Warranty included. Price‘S39.99
Call: 323.6315.

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| Hid lights for ali makes and model vehicle
$150

Contact # 433-5290/448-2926





Original Ford remotes,

$50 wiih free programming, F-150, Ford
Explorer, Ford escape, etc., serious inquiries
only, ph# 426-4565

Radiators starting at $170
Call 468-7821

Time life Body &
Soul Collection
(27 Disc Set) - $150,
Tyler Perry’s
“Madea” collection-
$40, Classic “Soul”
Movie collection-
il] $50, ph#t 341-2376 /
557-8665 /
448-1746

Cheap Anime, Yuyu Hakusho, Naruto, RIB #315

Bleach, Gundam and many more, NEvSION ote SYSTEM

Contact: 341-6241 or 544-9556

BBF #764
UNIVERSAL POWER LAPTOP ADAPTORS,
starting from $75,
call for details,

Call for more info ph# 558-8351
ph# 393-4408 A





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RIB #213A
FOR SALE- BRAND NEW!
_ Pioneer DEH1200MP car player w/remote

$170.00
Pioneer Cee beoes car player w/USB con
5.00
JVC 6x9 speakers $90. 00

Coby 7” portable DVD player $160.00
Call 525-6223

Apple iPhone 3GS
16GB

Brand new and
FACTORY
UNLOCKED

Never worry about |”

updates
WiFi, “GPS, Video
Recording,
Compass
$899 ONO

324-4931
or
424-2452

Get yourself a high
quality low priced mobile
phone today,

_ (free 2GB memory card
included), for $300,
ph# 341 -2376 / 557-8665

WHY ‘BUY REFURBISHED |
CELL PHONES?
. When you can buy
BRAND NEW ONES!

LG SHINE/COOKIE....$199
MOTO RAZR2....$240:

MOTO ROKR....$170

MOTO SLVR....$140
LG.KS360 FULLKEYB..$239. |
All Boxed w/Accessories

CALL NOW
364-9001 or 558-3267

START A VENDING BUSINESS!

Brand new, black & chrome, triple head, bulk vending
bits, candy, nuts etc. Accepts $0.25 on outside heads and

Discounted price: $475.00 (comes with manual)










$0.50 in the middle.

Call: 326-8322

COIN-OPERATED
DIGITAL VIDEO
JUKEBOX
1000'S OF MUSIC
VIDEO'S & AUDIO
TRACKS
$3,500 O.B.O
Make $$$$
- 2005 Wuling Truck |
(Blue)- $3,000 O.B.O

Call 393-7559 Angelo

FOR SALE- BRAND
NEW!
Blackberry curve 8520)
w/WiFi . $425.00
Nokia E63 w/WiFi .
$300.00
LG Cookie. $200.00
Motorola Rizr Z9

_» .. $240.00
Motorola Rokr EM30.
— ». $160.00
Call 525-6223

RIB #087
E81 TV PHONE
Dual Sim Qwerty keypad
11MP camera, MP3, MP4, FM Radio, Video
player Bluetooth, 2 GB. Price:225.00
Tel: 341-0460/465-0291
‘Email:phones @ talkdat.com

RIB #370
BRAND NEW! CAR CD PLAYER
& Boss CH 6500 door speakers for sale.
Pioneer DEH/1200MP MP3/ready $150.00
Pioneer DEH/2250 USB/Ipod Mp3 ready
$175.00
JVC -kd/210 mp3/ready $135.0
Kenwood kd ¢/138 $115.00
Call for more details. 376-3655 325-0815












SE sean

winner ensharg cre

. FOR SALE- BRAND NEW!

Sony cybershot 10.1 MP digital camera $1 80
Olympus 12MP digital camera w/case $165
HP 12MP touch screen digital camera $195

Coby 7” portable DVD player $160
call 525-6223

Save up to 35% on your electricity bill!!, With this
new state of the art technology saving is
literally as simple plugging an appliance into
your wall socket, cuts power bill by up to 35%,
call for more details,
for $99.99, ph: 323-0664

Don't get “tricked with
imitation BlackBerry's buy
Authentic!

BRAND NEW
BLACKBERRY 's!!!!

Bold2(9700)... see)
Havel eee he
Curve(8520)...
Pearl(8120)

Pearl Flip(8220)....

All Boxed w/Accessories

“CALL baves 364-9001
558- “3267

Brand new LG
cookie in box,
white in color, for
$200,

Also Motorola L6I
brand new in box,
for $149
ph# 328-0002

Apple IPAD WIFI
: Sale:
16gb hard drive;
1ghz processor.
;| Save over 4000
F]songs or 16 hours of
| video. Bluetooth
4 enabled. Over
{140,000 applicaitons
-] plus more. 1 Year
Warranty included.
Price $649,99 |
Call: 323.6315.



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RIB#209

NEW VIDEO GAME SYSTEM FOR SALE,
controllers, headsets and other accessories
available: Games consoles and accessories
at lowest prices call 423-5422,
delivery available






CELL FOR LESS
Blackberry Bold 9000.
$450.00
Blackberry Bold 9700

$550.00 ©
WiFi Blackberry Pearl
! $275.00
WiFi E63 $285.00 ©
_ All with warranty
Cell 357-4790

3"
_ FERRARI VIRTU GOLD BLING
Dual Sim Bluetooth
MP3, MP4, Camera’ FM Radio Video player,
Metalic gold
Priced $250 with. full accessories
Ph:341-0460/465-0291.

IPHONE CLONE, Dual
a) Sim, WIFI, FM Radio,
: TV, Comes with:
Cellphone, 2 Batteries,
‘|Charger, Earphone, USB
‘| Cable, Car Charger., for
$299.99, LAYAWAY
AVAILABLE...., $100
DOWN AND $50 PER
WEEK FOR 4 WEEKS.

Ph# 328-1801 /
436-0986

E55 WFI TV PHONE
Dual sim 2 GB touch

. screen
Mp3, Mp4 bluetooth, FM
dual cam & video

"recorder
Only $260.00

Tel 341-0460
or
-465-0191





THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010, PAGE 17

\ “ Oppesite British American
Tet _—er Fax 325-1800

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10,000 BIT ............ - $429.95
93,000 BET «...2......... $499.95
18,000 BIT 1....2n...... $699.95

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East St South
‘Tel: 1956-7108 or 326-2593

4 Tipe US i aC ETERS

COMPUTER DIAGNOSTICS - 40.00 (VIP. MOBILE ALTO DETAILING - $18.00 & UP
CD PLAYERS - Sr7ane SUP ALTERNATORS & STARTERS. -



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THREE SERVICES SUNDAYS
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PRAYERS FOR OUR BABIES EVERY SUNDAY
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n0ngs, as, Sonos *Bra Ses
Camisole Sets *Bab\dolls/Chiemises.
Bustier /-Corset Sets ' *Gowns/ Dresses
ie Costumes + *Novelty Items
‘Retail./ Wholesale Sales *Bridal Showers ;
Girl’s Night Out Parties _ *Bachelorette Parties §
ingerie Baskets ;

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We also have treatments for thining hair.
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NEWLY RENNOVATED. o
Beauty & |
Salon

stylist, Barbers 1 & Nail. Tech
(BOOTH RENTAL)
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Phone: 324-5014
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An early literacy. system for Babies,
Toddlers and Pre - ‘Schoolers

“Authorized Distributor
-Sherle Knowles ~
Phone: 393-8478
or 380- -8023
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DIRTY FURNITURE?
Sofa $75, Love Seat $55, Arm Chair $40
DIRTY CAR SEAT?DIRTY CARPET &
RUGS? ROOMS UNDER 150 sq. ft $35
If we can’t clean it throw it away.
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Refreshment Services Available
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Village Road

Tel:393-1297 Fax 394-3562
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RIB #286
Microsoft Wireless Mouse Sale:

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Mac/PC compatible. Price $29.99.

' Call 323.6315.

SBHC Card

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RIB #292

Sandisk 4GB Memory Card Sale:

Fast transfer rate for copy cownload Dante:
Low battery consumption. Perfect for cameras +
Digital recorders. Price $19.99.

Call 323.6315.

RIB #029 :
Acer 15 inch Laptop: Win 7. CD/DVD RW.
2GHZ. 3GB Ram. 160 HD. WIFI. Card Reader.
Anti Virus. 1 Yr aay: Finance | Layaway.
from: $549.99. Call 323.6315. ok

BBF #797 ~
Brand new Intel SYX desktop,
desktop PC, 17” flat screen monitor, 320GB -
hardrive, 2GB of RAM, windows 7, Microsoft
office, Norton anti virus included, free wireless
router, price too low to advertise,
ph# 466-677 1/393-2080(after 6pm).
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"RIB #288
Dell Zinc Complete Desktop Specia!:
2GB Ram; 250GB-HD; CD/DVD Burner; USB
Ports; Card Readers + More; Anti Virus;
Speakers NOT included. Finance / Layaway.
from $599.S9. Call 323.6315. j








RIB #287
Computer Webcam + Microphone Sale: 5.0
Mega-Pixel. Built in microphone, flexible
camera. Compatible with Win XP / Vista / 7. Just
plug and play. 1 Year Warranty. Price $19.99.
Call #323.6315

RIB #291
HP All in one printer special:
PRINT, SCAN, COPY, & FAX.

1 Black & 1 Color Ink cartridges included. Power
Cord. Windows Capability. Borderless photos. 1
Year Warranty. from $99.99.

Call $323.6315

BBF #858 5
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NVDIA Geforce, Vista Home Premium, Wireless
mouse(new), 20” screen(new), office 07, Antivirus for
365 days, free installation, power G wireless router,
for $850, ph# 552-2531

, $499.99

RIB #280
- DELL INSPIRON 15" LAPTOP SALE:
2GB Ram; 160 GB HD; 2.0Ghz; CD/DVD RW;
Windows Vista / 7; WIFI; Anti Virus. 1 Yr
Warranty. Price: from $499.99, Add color for
$50.00. Finance / Layaway. Call #323.6315



RIB #213 :

FOR SALE- BRAND NEW!
HP laptop 4°GB memory, 500 GB hard drive
8 hrs batiery life w/webcam. $755
Toshiba 3GB memory, 320 GB hard drive

w/webcam $650 :
HP all-in- one printers print/scan/copy. $100.00
320GB externa! hard drive. $115.00
Call 525-6223

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industry-ieading
protection against
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Removes threats,
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Price $29.99.
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TRI #285
HP 4GB flash drive SALE: .
Store data, important files, videos, pictures and
take them with you. Works on any laptop or
desktop just plug and play into any usb port.
price 19.99 1 Year Warranty. Call #323.6315.










RIB. #345-A
FOR SALE -BRAND NEW!
LG 37” full HD 1080 Icd tv $915
HP all-in one printer $100
HP/Compaq desktop w/18.5” Icd monitor $635
Pioneer DEH-1200MP car player w/remote $170
Call 525-6223 ~ :

2GB DDR2 memory
DVD+RW/CD-RW drive
15.6" high-definition widescreen display
250GB SATA hard drive
Free Office Software . 364 7854 or 376-6583

RIB #279 :

DELL Mini Sale: 1GB RAM; 160GB HD;
Windows XP; WEBCAM; WIFI. Card Reader.
Anti Virus Software. 1 Year Warranty.
LAYAWAY | Finance. Call 323.6315: Price:

$399.99. :

RIB #081
42” LG HD TV
$700.00

cell 426-6455

$349.99

commentato

TRIB #290
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.

RIB #533

HP MINI 10.1" SALE:
1GB RAM; 160GB HD; Windows 7; WEBCAM;
WIFI. Anti Virus Software. 1 Year Warranty.
LAYAWAY | Finance. Call 323.6315.
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Computer Linksys Wireless

G Router Recession Specia!:

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. Warraniy Included. Price

$79.99. Call 823.6315.

TRIS #282 3
HP COMPAQ 15" SALE:
2GB Ram; 250 GB HD; 2.0GHz; CD/DVD RW;
Windows 7 ; Anii Virus. 1 Year Warranty.
FINANCE | Layaway. from: $499.99. Call
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M 15" laptop Speci: 83GB; 2.2GHZ;
D; WIFI; 250HD; we acapook

Witter Ready. Fina way.
arranty. from $499: Call 323.6315.

3GB Ram. 160 HD. WIFI. Card Reader.
is. 1 Yr Warranty. Finance | Layaway.
from: $549.99. Call 323.6315.




RIB #036
APPLE MACBOOK UNIBODY SALE:
OS X Snow Leopard; iLife; 2GB Ram; 250GB
HD; Webcam; Bluetooth; WIFI; CD/DVD Burner.

1Yr Warranty. Finance / Layaway. from $999.
Call 323.6315.





RIB #364
CASIO G-SHOCK WATCH
Just $60.00. three colours, black, white and
blue.
Also Oakley shades. $60.00
Cell 432-2428

RIB #10:
COMPLETE SET OF SNORKEL
Equipment for sale.
Silicone masks, snorkels, snorkel vests and fins
All sizes Like new.
Call only if you,need 10 sets or more!
Call 364-8697 or 427-1083











RIB #284
Toshiba Laptop 15" Special: 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.

BBF #872
BrandNew VIZIO 37" LCDTV (1080p,3-
‘HDMI,EcoHD) $749, Rare PS3 (2controls, 10
ps3 games, cables included, Backwards
‘ Compatible!plays ps2&1 games) $650, Ipod
Touch 16gb $200, Call 357-5888

RIB #037
‘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 (802.11g)
Access Point & Push button technology.
Warranty Included. Price $89.99. Call 323.6315.

RIB #068 —

AUTHENTIC.OAKLEY SHADES GASCAN
$60.00 many colors and styles, Also Casio G-
shock watch $60 Nba caps $15,
cell 432-2428

BBF
For Sale or Rent to own Yamacraw Beach
Luxury 4bedroom, 3baths,split level house,
Asking Price $457,999.92 (2,5 & 7 Year ~
Payment plan with no interest), 9 options of
down payment,Serious inquiries.

call to set up an appointment. 242-677-4965677-| .

5390,242-677-495 1

RIB #032
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.

RIB #501
New HP PROBOOK 4510S LAPTOP |
From $599.00

2 GB RAM, 250 GB HARD DRIVE
_ BUILT IN WEB CAM
15.6” Screen, Windows 7 Home
Lots of free Software. 364 7854

Your chance to
own a piece of

Bahamian history.

Numistic coins for
framing or
collecting. SILVER
ONLY
9-coin proof set
1974-76...$150
$2 coins 1974-

$10 coins 1973-76...$90
$5 coins 1973-76...$70
HUGE $25 coin almost 50z one available!
Limited coins don't miss out call now
364-9001 or 558-3268"

STUNNING DA’ VINCI
WEDDING DRESS

White includes: vail,
gloves, tiara
$608.00 obo

Size 12-14
Call 361-1071
cell 565-1674 or 454-
5502

BBF #879
~ Queen Size Mystic Bedroom Set
$1,699.99
Phi 326-2940



RIB #500

Intel Atom - 1.6 GHz 1 GB RAM, GB - 10:1 Inch

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word, WIFI, SD card reader, all colors,
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TAKES 5 days,

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3648204

RIB #538
ANTHENTIC OAKLEY SHADES
Oil rigs and gascon just $60.00
Casio G-shock watch. $60.00
Cell 432-2428

Queen Size Black Heritage Bedroom
Set,
$1,899.99.
Ph# 326-2940



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Glass Shower Door
Price $130.00
7 more in stock
Tel. 397-1050

30” GAS
STOVE.
White.
New. From
_ $399.00
1Tul: 362-6040 /
465-0260

% Fiberglass Well-Mate Tank|
Holds 180 gallons
Perfect for Storage

One in stock
Price $200.00 each
+ Call 397-1050

PETS FOR SALE
CHIHUAHUR
MINATURE 4 Ibs.
Pomeranian.
Yorky 4 Ibs.

Call 364-0380
or
325-4994
cell
431-1512

.PUPPIES FOR
SALE
Bichon frise (f)
$600.00
Others by request
436-7128
or
361-3104

CHEST FREEZERS
New
From $350.00
Tel: 362-6040
465-0260

HEADBALL
ASSEMBLY
Used on 50 ton friction

"crane
Price $300 ONO
View other equipment
and accessories for
sale
Tel. 397-1050

_ PITBULL PUPPIES
FOR SALE
Peterson’s Tankster
grandson breed to
dozer’s daughter.
call 324-9269
cell 434-5834

RIB #333 eS
PITBULL PUPPY FOR SALE
White with brown spot, 10 months old
Past first heat, never mate. very friendly.
$600.00 obo
Call 323-0357 cell 436-4189

THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010, PAGE 25

NOW IN STOCK,

30” gas stoves for $525, Also glass top
electric stove starting at $450, Also
Washer starting from $525, Also

, Refrigerator,
asking $450, Also Dryer, asking $400,

Also 18,000 BTU Ductless, asking $630,|

with installation asking $820, Also
Frontload washer for $700 and frontload
dryer $650, Also brand new microwaves

for $120,
Located Wulff road opposite Palm beach

- street,
ph#392-0646 / 454-4302

ITEMS FOR SALE:
1. Wooden showcase
with adjustable shelves.
2. Chandliers,
1. Cash register stand.
Call for price list and more items.
324-8074 or 436-9770

Engine for sale
Cummins engine from 18 ton crane
Price $500.00
Call 397-1050

SHIT-POOHS (Had 1st shot) ©
FOR SALE $350.00
Tel: 394-8303, 393-6343

REDNOSE PITBULL PUPS FOR SALE.
Father: MSK's Seagal. Mother: Jehan's
Brooklyn. Bloodlines: Downsouth, Camelot, *
Peterson, Castillo & Kubars Golden Bud. See
father online mskpits.com .
Ready now, 2nd shots 376-8876



.WATER COOLER Botton
loading
No heavy lifting
no spills.
$300.00
552-3329

WHIRLPOOL KENMORE WASHER
Large . New,
Fr $399.00 :
Tel: 362-6040 / 465-0260

Transmission for Sale
Transmission from 18 ton crane
Price $500.00 ONQ
Tel. 397-1050

BABY RABBITS
FOR SALE
6 to 8 weeks old,
Various colors.
$15.00 each
Outdoor cages.
$80.00 each
Call 477-7082

5 PUPPIES (4 MALES - 1 FEMALE),
asking $400 males, asking $450 female,
they have been dewormed and had 1st shot,
ph# 454-8907





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PROPERTIES FOR SALE



_ | Coral Hghts, 80x 100,

Pinewood Gardens, SF,50x $120,000

100, $55,000 West Winds, SF, 60x 100,
Malcolm Rd., MF, 51x100, $120,000

$65,000 : Coral Hbr, MF, Duplex
Hollywood Sub,- MF, 50x10, | Lo! $120,000

$68,000 Coral Breeze, SF, 75x 100,
South Beach, MF, 60x100, SEDIOOD

$69,000 Off Firetrail Rd, MF, 50x 135,
Kool Acres, MF, 65x100, Ften8

$75,000 St Andrew ' Beach,
Village Est}; MF, 50x100,|™“™ HOR BO SG 128,000
$75,000 Boatswain Hill,MF, 75x 100,
~Springfield Rd, SF, 60x100, | $195:000

$77,500 , Sandrania Gardens,MF,9,670
Nassau Village, MF, 75x Sq Ft..$135,000 '

00, $78,000 Nassau East South,
Pinewood Gardens, SF, 50x SF 16.000'Sq PESTSS. 000

150, $78,000 Off Golden Isles Rd., MF, 72x

viene Gardens, SF, 60x1 00, TIO IASON

ee Lyford Hills, SF, 75x 100,
Golden Gates, SF, 60x100, $143,000
Pre Coral Hbr., SF, 100x 145
Blue Hill Rd Sth, MF, 60x100, | ®145,000
ee Mt. Pleasant Village,Commer-

cial,15,000 Sq Ft, $150,000

Sandilands Village, MF,Tri-

plex Lot,$83,000 Twin Lakes,SF, ~- 90x140,
Cowpen Rd, MF, 59x137, Siooee

$85,000 Winton Hghts, SF, 120x 125,
Off Cowpen Rd., MF, 100x 70, | $180,000

$85,000 Market Street, Com,100x
Gamble Heights, MF,Triplex THOS AZO/O00

Lot, $85,000 Faith Ave ,Com,1 00x 200,
Hanna Rd, MF, 60x100, $250,000

$85,000 Lake Cunningham, SF, 100x

Serenity, SF,60 x 100,$85,000 120, $250,000

: Coral Hbr. Com,100x
Miller's Hghts, MF,~75x 100, 3 ,
$85,000 200,$300,000

Carmichael Rd.,Com 80x
South Seas, SF, 75x100, , :
$90,000 : 180, $850,000

BUILDINGS

eunnset Park, SF 75x117,| Nassau Village,Triplex — with
$90,000 approved plans, $79,000
Firetrail Rd, MF, 90x80, | off Soldier Rd, 5-plex with ap-
$90,000 proved plans & foundation,

$115,000 :
Sea Breeze Ln, MF, 70x100,
$98,000 moor pists: Brand New 2

; e at louse, $140,000
eral Rd., MF, 72x114, | Boatswain Hill, Triplex- (3) - 1
$98,00 Bed 1 Bath units, $200, 000
out eac! Plex Lot with 4

Southern Hghts, SF,7,964 Sq | nits up to belt course,
Ft $98, ooo $205,000
Yuma Ests., SF, 65x 105, | aSWOOD Est, oo, 3 Bod 2
$99,500 Off Bacardi Rd, 2 Bed 2 Bath,

Sie 2 Bed 1Bath Duplex, $250,000

Sea Breeze’ Est, 100x | Rollin Hills, 3 Bed 2 Bath
100, . .$115,000 .. House, $285,000
‘ Contact: 325-7692 | Contact: 325-7692

only to the: run date,
+ that results from publi

Bay St. & Victoria Ave
Tel: (242) 323 0800/1 |
sales @RTBahamas.com
www.RTBahamas.com |
Rentals
San Souci: 2 Bed, 1 Bath Simi
Furnished Apt. Water _ incl.

$700.00 p/m

West Bay St: 1 Bed, 1 Bath
Apt. Semi Fun. Light ’& Water
incl. $950 p/m ‘
Cable Beach: 1 Bed, 1 Bath
Condo. fully furn. w/parking,
a/c, pool $1,000 p/m

Coral Harbor: 2 Bed, 1 Bath
Apt Fully Furn. on the Canal
$1,100 p/m

Sea Beach Estates: 2 Bed, 1.5
Bath. Fully Furn. $1,400 p/m
Grove (west): 3 Bed, 2.5 Bath
House with large yard $1,500
p/m

Cable Beach: 2 Bed, 2 Bath
Condo Fully Furnished/ a/c
$1,500 p/m .

Near Albany: 2 Bed, 2 Bath
Apartment Fully Furn $1,500
Coral Harbor: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Fully Furn w/ a/c & Jacuzzi
$1,600 p/m

Sea Beach Estates: 2 Bed, 1.5
Bath. Fully Furnished $1,800
p/m

Sea Beach Estates: 2 Bed, 2.5
Bath fully furn w/ balconies &
ctyard a/c $2,000 p/m
Delaporte Condo: 2 Bed, 2
Bath. Furn, pool, bch, gated.
$2,200 p/m

Cable Beach: 2Bed, 2Bath.
Gated, Furn. a/c, near beach
$2,300 p/m

Cable Beach: 2 Bed, 2 Bath
Oceanfront Gated, fully furn a/c
$2,500 p/m

Faith Ave: Café Bldg with
male/female bath, sitting area
and kitchen $2,500 p/m

Grove (west): .5 Bed, 3.5 Bath
House with large yard $2,500

p/m
-Tianna's Crescent: 3 Bed, 3.5

Bath Brand; semi-furn
Townhouse $2, 500 p/m
Paradise Island: 2. Bed, 2.5

Bath. Furnished with Pool.
$2,600 p/m :

Treasure Cove: 3 Bed, 2.5
Bath. Full Furn, Pool, a/c

Gazebo A/C $2,800 p/m
Delaporte Point: Townhome, 3
bed 2.5 bath, furn, oceanfront,
gated, pools, beach $3,500 p/m
West Bay Street: Oceanfront 2
Bed, 2 Bath Apartment on 2.5
Acres $3,500 p/m

Vista Marina (West Bay): 4
Bed, 3.5 Bath House. Fully
Furnished 3,500 p/m
Pons 3Bed, 3.5 Bath.
Fully

Allowed $4,000 p/m

South Ocean: 3 Bed, 3.5 Bath
4,000 sq ft. home with pool and
a/c $4,000 p/m .

Love Beach Walk: 3 Bed, 3.5
bath, Penthouse~ oceanfront,
gated. $5,000 p/m

Sales -
Residential/Commercial
Cable Beach Villas: 1 Bed, 1

Bath $ Fully..Furn.,, With, pook &:

balcony $155,000








urn w/dock slip. _Kids |

Bay St. & Victoria Ave
Tel: (242) 323 0800/1
sales @ RTBahamas.com
www.RTBahamas.com _

San Souci: 2 Bed, 1.5 Bath
Townhouse, semi furnished
with courtyard $190,000

Hilltop (2nd Terrace): 2 Bed, 1
Bath, a/c. View of Atlantis and
harbor $190,000

Resario West: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Townhome w/pool, landscaped.
$239,000
Off Village Rd. Rndabout:
3Bed, 2Bath home & atchd.
1Bed Apartment $245,000
Faith Avenue South: Brand
New Duplex. 62 x 100.
Reduced Price $250,000

St. Vincent Rd: 3 Bed, 2 Bath

Home. Brand New w/yard.
$258,000

Off Hanna Rd: Duplex Building
Brand New. Burglar Bars
$265,000 :

Westridge: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Condo, Gated Access, Pool.
$269,000

Sandford Drive (West): 2 Bed,
2.5 Bath Townhome a/c, gated,
pool $290,000

Chazon Estates (Southwest
N.P): 3 Bed, 2 Bath Brand New
Home $299,000

Faith Ave: Restaurant with
attached 2 Bed, 2 Bath apt.
Brand New $330,000

Off Charles Saunders Hgwy:
Four-plex w/ a/c crtyrd & gym.
$343,000

Southern Breeze: Triplex Bldg.
A/C, 8,100 sq ft. Lot. $350,000

Chazon Estates (Southwest
N.P): 3 Bed, 2 Bath Split level
Home $398, 000

Off Prince Charles: 3 Bed, 3.5
Bath Home Unfurnished,
landscaped $420,000

Coral Vista East: Brand new
home, two story, open floor
plan, double car ane 5 Bed,
2.5 Bath. $575,000.

Sunset View Villas: 5 Bed, 3.5
Bath with oceanfront views on
West Bay $750,000

Lots

Exuma, Bahama Sound 3:Lot
60 x 110 a hilltop w/ ocean
views $35,0

Nassau Village: perplex Lot 75
x 75 Only $65,00

Boatswain Hill: Duplex Lot 55
x 90 with Ocean View $67,000
Sandilands Village: Duplex
Lot 60 x 85 5,342 sq ft. $77,000
Victoria Gardens: Duplex Lot
65x100 w/ footing poured &
plans included $85,000
Pinewood Gardens: Multi-
family 2 Corner Lots $88,000
Each

Via Della Rosa: Triplex Lots
atacting from $99,000. Only 5
eft.

Chazon Estates: 24 hr Sec.
Gated Community. Lots 60 x
100. $105,000

Off Carmichael Rd: Triplex lot.
63 x 122. $107,000








LIGHTHOUSE
REAL ESTATE

Telephone:
341-391 1/465-8344/426-7587

NASSAU LOTS

WESTRIDGE iA ioe Triplex |
lots, 9400sq.ft - 1140)

sq. ft. Priced $175, 000. 00 -
$290,000.00
--4-plex lots 13400
sq.ft $360,000.00
--6-plex lots 16600sq.ft - 17200
sq.ft $410,000.00

JOHNSON ROAD:Residential
lot 1000 sq.ft, $130,000.00

OCEAN CLUB ESTATES:Ca-
nal lot 125x185, 23125 sq.ft.
Call for details

CONDOS ©

PARADISE !S:3-bed, 3.5-bath,
1850sq.ft, newly renovated on
beach $950,000.00

HARBOUR BREEZE:3-bed,
3-bath, ground floor.
Call for details

RENTALS

PARADISE ISLAND:3-bed,
3.5-bath, furnished, 2-units on
beach furnished 1850-2200sq.
ft. Starting at $3800 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, panoramic
views of both sides, utilities,
paved road, lots sq.ft -
57,000sq.ft $120,0000.00 to
$375,000.00

BY OWNER
$265,000.00
STEVENSON SUBDIVISION
Centrally located.
3Bed, 2Bath, 6K gen,
tiled, New High Efcny,
central A/C unit, city/well water,
washer/ Mayer fridge, stove
included
Telephone 393-1921”

LOTS in the Western area with
Discount.

Also new duplex, GOLDEN
ISLES ROAD.

FOXDALE: 5-plex Reduced for
quick sale. Rental & furnished.
For more info please call Jua-
nita, 361-7230, 558-6850, PO
Box N-8609.

WANTED
URGENTLY

Vacant Land
Houses, Duplexes/3-plexes
Apartments




Commercial Properties
We buy and Sell

Please cal Ludec

393-1183 or 557-3225
anytime.





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BLESSED ROCK
REALTY

TELEPHONE
341-4303, 454-1702,
-454-8978

CHIPPINGHAM 2 large
50x207, $78,000 ONO

SOUTH OCEAN



lots

ESTATE

‘100x124, $158,000

CHIPPINGHAM, 3 duplex lot
50x100 $60,000

MALCOLM ROAD,
Foundation cut for
80x117, $73,000

CORAL HARBOUR Triplex lot
80x100, $99,500

ST ANDREWS BEACH Resi-
dential lot 90x1 00, $125,000

East
units

OFF VILLAGE ROAD Resi-
dential lot 100x165, $280,000

OFF CARMICHAEL Duplexx-
lot 57x106, $65,000 -—

OF CARMICHAEL Triplex lot
50x130, $90,000

FOX HILL, 2 duplex
60x100, $60,000

lots

‘GARDEN HILLS #2 50x100,

$70,000
CORAL BREEZE _ Gated,
75x100, $99,500.
BACARDI ROAD _ 80X109,
$90,000

YUMA Gated

ESTATE
65x100, $95,000 .

SERENITY 60x100 $85,000

OFF AIRPORT ROAD _ 5
acres, $650,000

OFF WEST BAY ST 24 Acres
$3 Mil ono

NASSAU EAST Residential
lot 90x88, $115,000

SOUTH WEST RIDGE Build-
ings 98x130 169,000

MONTAGU HIGHLAND “TER-
RACE Triplex 150x10
$439,000 :

COMMERCIAL LOTS
PALMDALE 59x143 $310,000

MARKET STREET with Foun-
daiton 50x110, $83,000

MARKET STREET 100x110
$165,000

FOX HILL 70x320, $220,000

BLUE HILL ROAD SOUTH
60x100 95,000

FAMILY ISLAND

KEMPS BAY, ANDROS
50x200, $17,000
KEMPS BAY, ANDROS

E
100x200, $33,000
DEEP CREEK, ANDROS on
the water, 20 acres, $990,000
DEEP CREEK, ANDROS on
the water, 2 acres, $120,000



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SALES




Dew Gardens: charming 2
bed/2 bath home located in a
very quiet community off of St.
Vincent. Offered Semi-fur-
nished, very well maintained.

$182,000 gross Property #
2110
Windsor Street: attractive

well-maintained 4 bed/3 bath
home: features high . wooden
ceilings and large windows.
Enclosed yard with many fruit
trees. $247,500 — gross
Property #1972

Twynam Heights: well main-
tained 3 bed/3.5 bath home
located in a new subdivision.
Features include large kitchen
with breakfast nook, a formal
living/dining room and a family
room. 349,000 - Property #

1779
LOTS.

South Ocean Estates: large
residential lot located in gated
community. This new com-
munity has all infrastructure in

place, close to the Albany
Project, Lyford Cay and the
International Airport.

Property #

$165,000 gross
2105

Westwinds: residential lot lo-
cated in gated complex.
Larger then. majority of lots in
this subdivision. Westwinds’
amenities include clubhouse,
pool, gated entrance and ten-
nis courts. $125,000 gross
Property # 2106

R
Sea Breeze: new spacious. 3
bed/3 bath home fully air con-
ditioned, one car garage and
security system. Large mas-
ter suite with his and “her walk
in closets. $3,000/mth Prop-

erty # 2104

Seapointe: unique 4 bed/2.5
“bath: townhouse custom de-
signed. with exquisite. taste.
Three levels with ocean views
on each floor, large ‘kitchen/
breakfast room, dining room
and large living room with built
in bar and. French doors that
open onto a covered patio.
5 .500/mth Property #

Contact
Island Living Real Estate
-Ph: 322-7979
www.islandlivingrealestate.com

TROPICAL GARDENS Town-
house’ rental Fully furnished,
tasteful 2 bed, 2 bath town-
house on- enclosed lot. Ready
for immediate occupancy.
Contact arropical Realty @
327-1102

VENICE BAY: Multi-family
lot, 68x100 with canal view,
gated secure community with
many amenities. $95k Grogs,
“Ph: 427-9943 =:



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St. Albans Drive off West Bay

St. walk to beach:
Large 2 bed, 2 bath furnished
condo $189,000

Off Marshall Road: 2 bed 1
bath Duplex $225,000.

Stapledon Gardens 2 bed,. 1
bath Duplex $245,000
Excellent Buy!

Westward Villas: 3 bed 2 .5
bath full A/C Town House

Condo Front. and rear
balconies, garage, pvt yard
$495,000

Pinewood Gdns: 4 bed 3.5

bath $220,000

Gardens Hills: 3 bed 2 bath
house, $230,000

Off .West Bay: 3 bed 2 bath
house, 5 min walk to beach
$235,000

Sea Breeze: Executive 4 bed 3
bath house with Tennis Court
on two Lots $463,000.

Meeting — Street: Split-level
building ideal for Office,
reduced for ~ quick sale
$215,000.

Nassau _ Street:
Commercial
$335,000
Carmichael Road: Large Two

Two. Storey
Building

Storey Commercial Building
$595,000

Oakes Field: Commercial
* Building 23,700 sq ft

warehouse and office 1.1
Acre land$1,500,000

Claridgedale Sub. corner lot
$63,000

Serenity-Gated. Single & Multi
Family. lots starting @
$80,000

South Seas: Gated lots starting
@ $83,796

Coral Breezes: Gated

-Community Single & Multi
Family lots starts @$99,500

Lyford Hills: Gated, Tennis
court and pool great living
Environment Lots starting @
$117,60 :

Tropical Gardens: Large M/F
Lot $119,000.

Coral Heights East S/F Lot 75
x 105 $ 120,000

Westwinds: Gated Lot
$120,000.00
Airport Industrial Park

10,085sq. ft. $125,000
Destini Lakes: Single .& Multi
Family lots starts @ $135,000
Jacaranda. Gated Lots starts
@ $143,000.
Saffron Hill - Out West: Gated

Residential lots Starting @
$175,000; ;
Balmoral - Gated:

W/Clubhouse, pool, tennis
court & a great place to.live lots
$238,000.00

Lake Cunningham: Gated &
secured large lot

Priced for quick salé @
$239,000:

Indigo -Out West Lot with Sea
View $240,00z
Serenity Estates
304 $250,000.00
Ph: 328-2001 / ae
pho. 356-4044: rail

lots 100 x





Adles Realty Limited.
Ph: .323-7901/2 or 326-4307
Fax: 328-2037
Email: info @ adlerrealtyltd. com
Website:
www.adilerrealtyltd.com

10082 off Fire Trail Rd 50 x
185 $120,000
tO ee Jacaranda, 12,270 s.f.

$175;000
10081" South Ocean 12,599 s.f.
$160,000

10092 ‘Summer Haven 17,659
s.f.275,000

10093 Multifamily off Carmi-
chael Rd 8,376 s.f., $98,500

os On age Hill 10,014 sf.

295

nO West Wind -60 x 100

12

10097 Sana Estates 11,252
s.f. $205,000

10102 South Ocean 75'x 181
$246,000

10113 Twin Lakes 90 x 140
$210,000

10115 Nassau East 8,522 sf. $
$105,000

Boatswain aeultitearaly It. 80 x
100 $90,000

Boatswain Multifamily It. 85 x

85 $95,000
Residential Lot 7,500 s.f. with
foundation oy 66,000
M

ULTI-

647 See Ave. Duplex
(Pre-const) $155,000

10006 Jabal Drive © Duplex
$190,000

10023 Shirlea’ Triplex Apt.
$342,000

10021 a Bernard Rd 4 PLEX

$220,000
10056 ‘oft Pit Rd. 4bed/teffc.

$65,00

10085 18 Unit Apts & 2 houses
$2.4 Million

Bacardi Road Triplex $266,000

HOUSES

10068 ionend Terrace 3b/2b
$475,000:

10069 South Ocean(belt-
course) 2b/2b $198,000

10079 Yamacraw 4b/3b
$510,000

10080 Seabreeze 3b/2.5b $
330,000

10095 Pinewood Gdns 3b/2b
$183,000

1 5800 wvinton Estates 4b/4b

10112 ‘Highland Terrace 3b/2b

00

$521,

10114 ‘Sandford Drive 3b/2b $

,000 i

Pinewood Gardens 4b/3.5 b $
209,000 “ °

CONDOS - ?

577 Step Street 2b/2b $
120,000 g ‘

578 Hill Crest 3b/2b $207,000

585 Sulgrave Manor 2b/2b
$573,000 -

587 High Point Estates, she's
b $405,000 -

588 Vizcaya 2b/2b $269,900

589 Baycroft 2b/1b $ 172,000

591 Town Court unfurn 2b/1b
$162,000

Ww. Ss
243 venice Bay 2 units 2/2.b
earth
Venice

Bay
745300, 000

3b/2.b 4.

THURSDAY, MAY 13, 201 0, PAGE 27

Adler Realty | Limited. :
Ph: 323-7901/2 or 326-4307
Fax: 328-2037
Email: info@adlerrealtyltd.com
www.adierrealtyltd.com

247 Chazon Est/Adelaide
2b/2.5b $249,000 —

255 Hanna Rd. 2b/2.5b $
210,000

256 Chazon_ Est./Adelaide $
279,000

10058 High Point
3b/2.5b $275,000

10077 Yamacraw. 2
2b/2.5b each $ 295,000

10083 Westward Villas 3b/2.5b
$495,000

10084 Westward Villas 3b/2.5b
$549,000

10096 Ocean West 2b/2.5 bath
$350,000

COMMERCIAL BUILDING

594 Carib Rd & Chesapeake
$925,000

611 Carmichael Rd. 664,000

‘Estates

units

612 Fox fail Rd & Step St.
eee,
‘Carmichael Road
1§430,0

614 Blake Rd $14,000,000
10031 Johnson Road Commer-
cial Complex $ 750,000

10065 Cordeaux Ave 5000 s.f.
$165,000

FAMILY ISLAND

Web ref 10003 Bahamas
Sound, Exuma 85 x 125
$27,000...

Web ref 10019 Mastic Point,
Andros 1.02 ACS $51,000

Web | ref 10016 Columbus

Landing 100 x 108 $ 23,000
Web ref. 10026 Marsh Harbour
Duplex $ 395,000
10054 South Palmetto Point,
Ele 3.5 Acs $ 45,000 per

ACREAGE
708 Millars Heights 1.7 Acs $
500,000

709 South Ocean 600 Acres
$150,000 per acre

/710 off Harrold Rd. 3 acres

$3.515,000

711 Adelaide 8
$1,500,000

Web ref 10024 Bernard Rd: 2
Acres $ 425,000

LUXURY PROPERTIES

5 Rainbow’s End, Abaco $2.8

eee
6-— 39 Acres, Lyford Cay
1 2.2 MILLION

235 — Leeward East 3b/3. 5b
*$1.2 MILLION

508 — Endless Summer, Abaco
$1.4 MILLION

Web ref 564 Breezy Hill,

‘ Exuma 3+ Acres $2.5 MIL*
LION

Web ref 565 Freeport, Grand
Bahama 10 Acres $1.7 MIL-
LION _.

593 — Commercial Complex,
Carmichael Rd. $1.5 MIL-
LION

Web ref 614 Blake Road 8.9
Acres $14 MILLION

Web ref 705 Carmichael Rd.
S8acres $1,800,000

Web ref 711 Adelaide 8 acres
$1.5 MILLION

Acres

10062 Lyford Cay 150 x 218]

$15‘MILLION





Wa terEdge
Realty

_ LOTS/ACREAGE
Englerston: Exclusive Open
zone lot. $68,000. 2-2bed
1bath Duplex $180,000
St. Andrews Beach
Oceanview s/f large
$129,900
South Ocean: esc ueive large
s/f corner lot. $128,0'

Coral Vista: Very aes large s/f
lot. $117,500

Saffron Hill: Exclusive large
comer lot $195,000 & ocean-
view lot $355,000

Fox Hill: Exclusive 80’x125’
M/F lot - ideal for a multi-family
complex. $98,000

Est:
lot.

Tropical. Gardens: Large. s/f
lot for your dream home.
$125,000 °

Biake Rd: Prime acreage near
high-end developments $3.2M
Coral Harbour: 2.3 acres. Per-

fect subdivision/condo develop-.

ment. $1,950,000

West Winds: S/F and duplex
lots starting at $120,000
Indigo: 4-plex lot at a_ steal.
Gated. Near the beach.
$175,000

Lyford Cay: 4 s/f lots & cot-
tage packages w/ beach ac-
ces&.$1.5M/$2.5M

Serenity: Affordable s/f lots
now starting at $85,000 - du-
plex lots. now starting at
$145,000

HOMES/CONDOS
Montagu Villas: 2bed 1.5
semi-furnished townhouse.
Gated. $220,000
Charlotteville: 4bed 2.5bath
semi-furnished home. Gated.
$648,000
West Bay: Oceanview 2bed
2.5bath spacious townhouse.
$395,000
Golden Gates: Exclusive 3bed
2bath w/ 2bed 2bath. apt at-
tached. Great deal.$265,000
Eastwood: 3bed 2bath unfur-
nished home w/ large yard.
$350,000
Pinewood Gardens: Exclusive
4bed Sbath home on 2 ele-
vated lots. $290,000

Treasure Cove: Exclusive
3bed 2bath home w/ pool, gen-
erator, 1K gal watertank.
$428,000

MULT-FAMILY BUIDLINGS
Leeward East: Triplex bldg
plus a ibed t1bath cottage.
$500,000
Off Carmichael Rd: 4-plex
Two — 2bed ‘1bath & Two —

-1bed 1bath. $325,000

East Street: Prime commercial
ig w/- great potential.

$395,000 —

Claridge Road: Affordable 3 -

1bed 1bath units. Great invest-

ment opportunity. $190,000

Office/Fax: 327-8584
Tel: 468.0767, 376-1849,
424.4448
info @ wateredgebahamas.com
www.wateredgerealestate.com





WaterEdge
- Realty

MULT-FAMILY BUIDLINGS

West Winds: Preconstruction
2bed 2.5bath townhouse. First
3 buyers at $247,500
Baillou Hill: Commercial prop-
erty with 3 apts. Ideal invest-

ment. $200,000

Stapledon Gardens: - Exclu-
sive 4bed 2bath & 2bed -1bath
duplex. $399,000

West Winds: Newly built Sbed
2.5bath. townhouse. $375,000.
End unit $425,000

Fowler Street: Exclusive
Warehouse & incomplete api
bldg. $236,000 ‘

LUXURY HOMES

Norman’s Cay: Beachfront
Sbed 3.5bath turnkey luxury
villa. $2M ;

Sandy Port: ..Canalfront new
5bed 3.5bath home w/ pool &
dockspace. $1,495,000

Old Fort Bay: Canalfroni
newly built Sbed Sbath- home
w/pool & dockspace.
$4. 750,000

Ocean Club Estates: Canal-
front new 5bed 5bath home w/
pool & dockspace. $15M
Ocean Club Estates: Canal-
front 6bed-6.5bath home w/
pool & dockspace. $10M

FAMILY ISLAND

Norman’s Acreage: 4 adja-
cent waterfront lots just under 2
acres. $1.6M

Long Island: Oceanview 1.03
acreage. Elevated. $95,000
Exuma:. Oceanview large s/f
lots in beautiful Exuma at
$100,000 each.
Eleuthera: Oceanview
vated s/f lot. $85,000
Abaco: Partial oceanview
24,000 sq. ft. s/f lot. $180,000

RENTALS

Off Mackey St: Commercial
building in-a high traffic area.
$1,200 p/m
Smithsville: Sbed 2bath
turn-key lovely home. Water in-
cluded. $1,100 p/m

ele-

Sandford Dr.: 2bed 1.5bath
turnke townhouse ~ w/office.
Pool. $2,000 p/m

Eastwood Est: 1bed bath
turn-key all basic utilities in-~
cluded. $900 p/m

Johnson Rd: 2bed = 2bath

turn-key home. $1,600 p/m

Leeward East: 1bed itbath
turnkey apt. $800 p/m
Cable Beach: 1bed_ i1bath

turn-key condo. Basic cable in-
cluded. $1,500 p/m

Sandy. Port: Canalfront -.new
4bed 3.5bath semi-furnished
townhouse. $3,900 p/m
Marathon: 2bed 1bath turn-key
beautiful apt. $1,000 p/m

Office/Fax: 327-8584
Tel: 468.0767, 376-1849,
; 424.4448
info @wateredgebahamas.com
www.wateredgerealestate.com



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GATED
COMMUNITIES



a SERENITY - A
tranquil and ex-
clusive gated community lo-

cated in Western New Provi-
dence near Lyford Cay.f 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-
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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





















Lots are only $175,000 with a
5% deposit. Cail us NOW only
a few lots available!!
INDIGO - Residential and Du-
dlex Lots in an exclusive com-
munity opposite Orange Hill
3each few lots available at only
$190,000
WEST WINDS - Residential
and Duplex Lots in an elegant
and charming community start-
ng at only $120,000
ROLLING HILLS EXCLUSIVE
_ Beautifully decorated 3 bed 3
sath family home within a quiet
sommunity on Carmichael Rd.
This -spacious turn-key home
sits on a cul-de-sac and fea-
tures an alarm surveillance
system, power gate, tiled drive-
way, wood ceilings, security
dars, covered carport and
sprinkler system. Priced to sell
at $370,000
EAST STREET Commercial
Building Exciusive. Great op-
dortunity to.own 2 buildings in
“pe cornrel location only half mile

f ~ downtown. Asking
3450, 000 .

_ LOTS/ACREAGE
SANDRANIA GARDENS _— -
Large Duplex Lot 9,381 SF
Great Rental Investment op-
sortunity only $150,000
LOVE BEACH PHASE 1 -
Sommercial and _ Residential
Acres out West starting -at only
$425,000 per acre

FAMILY ISLAND /
Tiki Villa- Normans Cay - An
Adrianna Hoyos Asian inspired
nterior design fully furnished
and equipped luxury 3 bed-
rooms, 3.5 bath beachfront-villa
‘ests on 120 ft of beautiful
sandy beaches and amazing
Dcean views. This private oasis
soasts of designer touches
such as: IPE ‘wood flooring,
Kitchen-aid stainless steel ap-
sliances, Marble Baths and
nore. Just listed ‘at $2,000,000

Phone: 323-8000

Email: info @ kingsrealty.com







and 24hr Security: Residential.

floors,



KINGS REALTY

Website: www.kingsrealty.com
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-
vesiment opportunity at

$320,000
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

5 BEDROOM 3 BATH HOME -
Beautiful home located in Coral
Harbour on the canal, tastefully
furnished, ceniral air, jacuzzi,
basement bar only $5,000 p/m
VICTORIA COURT CONDO
Lovely 2 bed 2.5 bath fully fur-
nished unit in a gated complex
only minutes from downtown.
Features include a swimming
pool, security cameras and pri-
vate parking. $2,200 per
month.

CORAL HARBOUR TOWN-
HOUSE -Brand New 2 beda-
room 2.5 bath townhouse in
Coral Harbour, features include
granite counters, kitchen appli-
ances, washer, dryer, travetine
central air, yard en-
closed only $2,300 p/m

BLAIR TOWN HOME - HUD-
SON STREET, 2 bedroom, 1.5
bathroom, Pool, Fully- fur-
nished, w/d, gated entry, water
included. Newly built in 1999
$2200.00 per month with
$600.00 security deposit.

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. —

OCEAN VIEW TOWNHOUSE
-In a very private gated com-
munity near. the caves and
beaches. This gorgeous 2; bed
2.5 bath townhouse has hurri-
cane impact windows |. and
doors, porcelain tiles, modern



















kitchen, with granite
counter-tops. Price $350,000
Also ‘for rent furnished

$2,500 unfurnished $2,000.
Phone: 323-8000

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















Lighthouse Realty &

Investments
Telephone: "
341-391 1/465-8344/426-7587
Rentals

Cable Beach Condo - 2 Bed-
rooms 2.5 Baths fully fur-
nished - $1,000.00 monthly
Executive Home Seabreeze
with 3 Bedrooms 3 Baths fully
furnished, with washer and
dryer, central air, security
alarm system, fenced in, land-
scaped- $2,800.00 monthly
Boatswain” Hill/Carmichael
Road Brand New Triplex - 2
Bedrooms 1 Bath each with
Security Bars water included -
$650.00 monthly
Multi-Family Lots
Off Carmichael Road 99.92x
294.5-$193,000.00

Joan's Heights 50x98-
$65,000.00

Off Carmichael Road 56x 100
- $71,000.00

Adelaide 60x135- $110,000.00

Cowpen Road 50x130-
$98,000.00

Off Carmichael Road 55x1i14 -
$88,000. ae

Shrimp oad 60x178-
$140,000.00 sO. N.O

Bacardi Road 87.65x100-
$105,000.00 °

Plumbago Drive 80x125-
$90,000.00

Off Maicoim Road Duplex Lot
61.89 x 85 - $56,000.00

Unison Read Fourplex Lot 50
x 154 - $120,000.00 O.N.O

Cable Beach 9332 _ sq.ft-
$200,000.00

Coral Lakes’ Fourplex Lot
88.93x130 on the Lake-
$145,000.00 O.N.O -
Hamster Road 50x200-
$150,000.00

Boatswain Hill on. the water
110x425-$330,000.00 O.N.O

Commercial ots
Marshall Road 5
$750,000.00

Off Tonique Highway 2 acres
-$580,000.00 or lease @ §,
4,000.00 an acre O.N.O

Off Faith Avenue 156 x 164 -
$300,000.00

Carmichael Road 80 x 180 -
$850,000.00

Bernard Road 1.76 Acres -
$350,000.00
Residential Lots

Charlotteville 60x120-
$169,000.00

Westwind Gated Community
60 x 100 - $125,000.00

Golden Gates#1 50x100 -
$84,000.00

Charlotteville
$190,000.00
Twin Lakes
$180,000.00

Indigo Gated Community 60 x
120 with Ocean View
$250,000.00



acres-

60x125 z
90x140 =

Houses

St. Andrews Beach Estates -
3 Bedrooms 2 Baths with
washer, dryer and_ security
alarm system on a 90 x 100
lot - $255,000.00 O.N. °




Floors,










Lighthouse Realty &

Investments
\341-3911/465-8344/426-7587



‘Sapodilla Boulevard - 3 Bed-

rooms 2 Baths, wood kitchen
cabinets with granite counter-
tops - $250,000.00 O.N.O.
Golden Gates - 4 Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms Two Storey House
with 2 - 1 Bedroom 1 Bath

* Apartments © Attached-
$275,000.00 O.N.O. -
Eastwood - 3 Bedrooms 2

Baths on 75 x 100 lot -
$335,000.00 O.N.O.

Garden Hills- 3 Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms with 2 Efficiencies
Attached - $295,000.00

Sandyport King Fisher Island
- Two Storey, 5 Bedrooms 3.5
Bathrooms, Indoor Swimming
Pool, Hot Tub, Private Dock,
Granite Countertops,. Wood
Kitchen Cabinets, Stainless
Steel Appliances -
$1,495,000.00

Cockburn Street - 3 Bed-
rooms 1 Bathroom house, on
a multi-family lot in cul-de-sac
- $145,000.00

Constitution Drive - 3 Bed-
rooms, 2 Bathrooms on hilltop
100 x 160 property -
$240,000.00 O.N.O.

Apartment Buildings

Lumumba Lane Triplex- 2 Bed
1 Bath in’ each unit -
$275,000.00

7 Unit Apartment Building Py-

from Addition - $405,000.00

with a monthly income. of
$4,000.00

Golden Gates #1 Triplex 2
Bedrooms 1 Bath-and 2 - 1
Bedroom 1 Bath $225,000.00

Duplex Apartment, Yamac-
raw Close - 2 Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms and 2 Bedrooms
1Bathroom, Central Air, Wood

Enclosed Yard,

1800sq ft, property 75x100 -

$275,000.00

Condos/Townhouses

High Point Estates - Three

Storey Condo - 3 Bedrooms

2.5 Baths, 2,200 sq ft, Granite

Countertops, Wood Kitchen

Cabinet, Wood Flooring, Re-

cessed _ Lighting, _ Hurricane

Impact Windows, Central Air,

Private Playground -

$315,000.00 j

Cable Beach Villas- 1 Bed-
room 1- Bathroom, Fridge,
Stove, Sofa Set, Queen Bed-

room Set, Walk-In Closet, Ja-

cuzzi Tub, Television, Private

Patio, Air -conditioned, Secu-

rity Alarm “System, -and Re-

cessed Lighting, Pool -
$145,000.00

High Point Estates - 3 Bed-

rooms 2i5 Bathrooms, Granite

countertéps, Wood _ Kitchen

Cabinets, Wood floors, Cen-
tral Ajr, Hilltop, Lakeview: -
$325,000.00

Coral Harbour - 2 Bedrooms
2.5 Bathrooms, Granite Coun-
tertops, Wood Cabinets,
Stainless Steel Fridge, Stove,
Dishwasher, Microwave, Hur-
ricane_. Impact Windows — -


















$225,000.00










BAHAMAS
a

EXCLUSIVES
FOXDALE! 3bd/2bt = family
home built:in 2003 in a well
established area. Features a
well laid out floor plan with
open living/dining and kitchen
w_ breakfast bar. Laundry
room, tiled, wall a/c, and
wooden deck in the back yard.
Web Ref: 564459 _ Price:
$215,000 .
CABLE BEACH! Very _ spa-
cious condo. with 3bd/3.5bt.
Beach access and pool/sun
deck. Lots of counter space
and storage in kitchen, ce-
ramic tiles/carpet throughout,
ceiling fans, wall a/c units &
lots of windows. Web Ref:
564454 Price: $299,000
DELAPORTE POINT! Just
renovated 3bd/3.5bt condo
with gorgeous sunsets on wa-
terfront. Workmanship and
materials are top of the line.
Modern home with stainless

steel Kitchenaid appliances.
Web Ref: 564507 Price:
$615,000 i :

HARBOUR ISLAND! Ready

for immediate occupancy, at-
tractively furnished 2bd/2bt
with hardwood floors,
well-equipped kitchen ~—_—- with
breakfast bar and laundry
closet, iarge master suite &
ample. storage. Rent while
you're not there! Web Ref:
564437 Price: $1.1M

WEST BAY _ ST! Waterfront
property adjacent to Sandy-
port beach with 3 townhomes
all with garages. Open -balco-
nies, vaulted wood ceilings &
pool are just a few perks! Web
Ref: 564439 Price: US$2.995

SALES

SANDYPORT! Prominent shop
location with 650 SF of use-
able space. End unit, features
hurricane impact windows, fin-
ished interior & features an
enclosed storage room. Offer-
ing one of Nassau's finest re-
tail - office - residence com-
munities. Web Ref: 564064.
Price: $228,500 Also for
Rent: $1,500 p/m :
MILLER'S SOUND! Duplex
with foundation for 3rd unit lo-
cated with each units having
2bd/1bt. Open living area, se-
curity bars, crown moulding &
tiles in living areas with carpet
in bedrooms. Web_ Ref:
563924. Price: $250,000

SAFFRON HILL! Prime ocean

view residential lot in the
gated subdivision located di-
rectly opposite the ocean with
9,000 SF. Web Ref: 564512
Price: $320,000

WEST BAY ST! Residential lot
with 16,919 SF. opposite the
sea offering great views and
cool ocean breezes. Web Ref:
564463 Price: $395;000
DELAPORTE POINT! Just
renovated 3bd/3.5bt condo
with gorgeous sunsets on wa-
terfront. Workmanship and
materials are top of the line.
Modern home with stainless
steel Kitchenaid appliances.

FT

Web Ref: 564507 Price:
$615,000

DICK'S POINT! Newly reno-
vated 2bd/2.5bt water front
townhouse in central location
offering fantastic water views.
Secure gated community with

pool, tennis and dock space.
Web Ref: 562869. Price:
$695,000

FOR RENT

HARROLD RD! On a quiet hill-
top estate and immaculately
kept, 2bd/1bt fully furnished
apartment with lots of features
including poo}, hurricane shut-
ters, back up generator, cen-
tral a/c & more. Web Ref:
563319 Price: $1,600 p/m
DELAPORTE POINT! Com-
pletely and comfortably
2bd/2bt furnished, 6th floor,
ocean front condominium with
fantastic ocean views. Perfect
location! Web Ref: 564339:
Price: $2,100 p/m

EASTERN RD! Beach front
cottage with boai slip features
screened verandah, beach ac-
cess, 2bd/2bt plus separate
‘laundry room, new generator.
Turkey & complete with
phone, internet and _ cable.
Web Ref: 564344. Price:
$2,200 p/m

CABLE BEACH! Charming
2bd/1bt end unit townhouse
conveniently located on a
quiet street. Private front
patio, open living/dining room,
ductless a/c, washer/dryer &
more. Web Ref: 564503
Price: $2,500 p/m
SANDYPORT! Perfect 2bd/2bt
rental with fully equipped
kitchen, cherry cabinets,
breakfast bar & stainless steel
appliances. Washer/dryer in
the unit, tiled throughout, re-
cessed lighting, crown mould-
ing and cool central a/cg.
Also, ceiling fans, reverse os-
mosis water system and a
lovely balcony. Pool & beach
available. Web Ref: 564575
Price: $2,800 p/m

CABLE BEACH! Bright and
airy 3bd/2bt condo with _ in-
credible views and a large bal-

cony located on_ beautiful
beach. Web Ref: 564491
Price: $2,800 p/m

SANDYPORT! Immaculate

4bd/3.5bt newly built home
with modern, open floor plan,
ttavertine flooring, hardwood
kitchen cabinets & granite
countertops are just a few
touches. Spacious deck on
canal! Web Ref: 564481
Price: $3,750 p/m

WESTRIDGE ESTATES! Ex-
ecutive 4bd/2.5bt home on
spacious grounds are im-

maculate with an_ attractively
enclosed garden and impres-
.Sive automatic gates. Lots of
special features. Web Refi
564434 Price: $6,500 p/m

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs



THE TRIBUNE




















FURNISHED CONDO
in court yard setting,
S. Albans
Dr.$76,000 (firm)
$4,000 down. $725 p/m
Bank Financing
Ph: 325-1325
.422-4489/454-2098

NEWLY RENNOVATED
2 bedroom duplex
apartment
for sale. In southern district.
Appraised value
2000,00.00 .

For sale at $190,000.00
Contact: 636-7788






LOT FOR SALE
Beautiful Westridge
Estates (North)
w/underground

par & paved road.
0,556sq.ft
Rte Ae $8,450 down.
a=) VCP: 357-3763.

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Multi-family lot, 80100
Riviera Subd, Coral Harbour,
$130,000 Neg.
Telephone 544-4578.

SINGLE-FAMILY
RESIDENTIAL
LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER
Location: Kennedy/Soldier
Road.
Size: 60ftx1 OOft, 6,000sq.ft.
Net price $50,000.00
Please call 324-2562.







Lots
Commercial
Centreville - 73x95 - $99,000
Claridge Rd. -

15,000 sq. ft - $175,000
Residential
Westwinds - 60 x 100 -
$125,000
Jacaranda - 95 x 119 -
$189,000
Duplex
Foxdale - 50 x 107 - $65,000
Malcolm Allotments - 55x113
- $80,000
Grey's Terrace o ,545sq ft -

$75,00
Marigek Farms Fi. 6,630 s.f
- $80,0'
Westwinds’ 80° x 100 -
$130,000

REDUCED!

Condo - Nassau East
Spacious 2 bedroom 1 bath
Partially furnished unit -

$125,000.

Duplex - St. Vincent Rd.
-move in ready - 2/1 each
side - $185,000

Ring Ritchie Realtors &
Appraisers
394-2650

The Tribune

FOR SALE
2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
Unfurnished For Sale

Perimeter walled, landscaped,

Phone 328-0413

PROPERTY FOR SALE .

EXUMA PRROPERTY
Two Single-Family @
$7,500 and $7,000.

Two Commercial @24K

buyme_2@hotmail.com

PROPERTY FOR SALE

High Vista: Multi-family
Eastern Road
6,000 sq. ft or larger
Call 427-3776

TRIPLEX LOT
in gated community,
Coral Harbour
Quick Sale =
Call Larry Adams, 544-3714.

FOR SALE
Brand new, 2 bed, 2.5 bath
Luxury townhouse
Eastern District.
Ph: 445-7714/558-7020

FOR SALE BY OWNER
WESTWIND. Gated community
(Love Beach). Residential Lot
6,00sq.ft, $130,000 Neg. Con-

tact 556-9538.

FOUR-PLEX PROPERTY
FOR SALE
Off Charles Saunders Highway

148x57, $100,000
Ph: 426-0626/393-8169

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

on Carmichael Road,
100x200, $250,000 Net.
Call Larry, 544-3714

A BELLA
CABLE BEACH PENTHOUSE
5TH FL, 2 BD 2BTH, MAR.
FLS, GRANITE KIT & BATH
- CALL 361-5177 OR
361-5220 EXT 239 OR 241,
M-F 9AM-5PM,
PRICE $599,000 ©

CORAL HARBOUR 80x100

residential canal lot with
bulkhead. $210,000.

Contact Tropical Realty @
27-1102

ST. VINCENT RD. Duplex.

One side is 3 bed, 2 bath
the other is ¢
2 bed, 1 bath. Included
are central.a/c, landscaped
yard, surveillance cameras,
laundry facilities a aan
system. $280,
Ph: Tr opical Realty 327. 1102

ADELAIDE VILLAGE ROAD

near Albany, Western District
. of the Island.
Size:7230sq.ft type
property: Vacant lan $75, 000
364-2800/395.0090.











MONTAGU VILLAS:
home 2-bed,
floor plan Garden & pool view,
$220,000.

GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.
Cable Beach Lot for Sale.

Oceanfront lot 80 X 90. Ready
for house to be built.
$310,000.00 Great
access to pool & beach.
Ask for R.E. Barnes 327 0806



LONG ISLAND
Ocean view
Hilltop Lots
Lots 150x8s0

Prices from $25,000
Telephone 436-3170

oceanviewlots @ gmail.com

PROPERTY FOR SALE
LONG ISLAND

: Contact
242-338-5024, 454-4649

18 UNIT. APARTMENT
COMPLEX 1.6M Net
Including Ae a HV/
yi

PRIVATE INVESTOR has
parcels of land For Sale
CHARLOTTEVILLE,
These properties have been
reduced, only those who are
prepared to purchase
immediately need call.
Owner must close within
30 days from purchase date.
Serious inquiries only.
954-260-0061.

Great investment,
Close to P.I. Bridge,
in quiet, safe area.
Fully rented.
Phone 393-5014.

PROPERTY FOR SALE
Location: Boatswain Hill,
Carmichael Road West, near
Coral Harbour round about.

Size: 80ftx1 OOft.

Elevated property near lake.

Single or Multi-family.
Price: $90,000.



Phone 477-6972.

St. Albans Dr
3 bed,2.5 bath, 3 storey
townhouse
Well appointment interiors.
Gates property with pool
$239,000
Bank Financing available
Tel: 325-1325,422-4489,
454-2098



1&C CONSTRUCTION &
RENOVATION

eHome Package

$144,000
Duplex starting at $206,000
°Triplex $262,000

If you have a lot no down pay-

ment required.
357-3199/225-1866.
Renovation, Home, Office, etc.

FOR SALE OR RENT
BY OWNER



Town-
1.5-bath, open
BATH, NEWLY

HOME , 3500SF.

CONST.

OCEAN. FRONT, W/ HIGH

Duplex Lots off CARMICAEL]|END FINISHES — _ TRAV.
ROAD, $63,000 & $68,000 FLOOR, GRAN. COUNTERS,
POOL, STBY. GEN, HIGH

CALL 327-7012. EFF. AC,. SS. APPLIANCES,
HURR WINDOWS, _LAND-

SCAPED & FURNISHED
$699K NET. CALL 424-6551

Two Bed 2 1/2 Bath
Townhouse on canal
Large swimming pool,
small adult complex
Fully furnished, bargain price
$125,000 (net)

Call 373-6299 (Freeport) or
Cell 357-3627 (Nassau)



location,

. FOR SALE
A GREAT INVESTMENT
OPPORTUNITY

Recently built TRIPLEX com-
prising:

wo 2 bedrooms, 1 bath apart-
ments and one 3 bedrooms, 2
bath apartment

or RENT
Coral Harbour Townhouse
Brand new kitchen,
2-bed, 2 1/2-bath
Across from beach w/pool,
$279,000 obo . $2,000 month.
Call 432-9388, 424-3797

Highway Price $350,000.00
Call

BAYHARBOUR

REAL ESTATE
209 Wulff Road for further in-
formation. Phone 394-8470, or
359-3148.




starting at

TREASURE COVE — 5 BED/4

RENT $4900/MO OR SALE

FOR SALE IN FREEPORT



Location: Off Charles Saunders

THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010,PAGE 29

2 BED, 1.5 BATH
TOWNHOUSE,
$139,000, $2,900 deposit
Stamp Tax & Légal Fees

included,. CORAL HARBOUR

Tel:676-2911.



A&E INVESTMENTS
Ph: 364-4553
Triplex: 3-bed, 2-2bed, °
Evansville, $15,000 down du-
plex.

East Dist. $9,500 down pkg

Sandilands ~
$3,500 down

Exuma: 2 lots, 70x122, 43,000
down.

Village Rd,

Eansville: Lot, 70x116 $3,750
down. appraisal icluded.

" RENTAL
1-bed apt, Tropical Garden,
$675. First/last & secuirty

LOOKING TO BUY OR SELL
REAL ESTATE.
Call: 362-0752 or 425-3461

PINEWOOD GARDENS
HOUSE FOR SALE
Owner willing to finance.
394-0235, 323-2985, 448-0262

DIFFICULTY 2
NEED TO SELL YOUR
UGLY HOME QUICK.

CALL 434-1749



WESTWARD VILLAS: One
bedroom apt, fully furnished.
Incl: elec., water, a/c, tele-

phone, CATV & Internet serv-
ice. $1300/mth & $500 sec
dep. Tel 327-2184.

SOUTH BEACH: Spacious one
bedroom, security bars. $500
per month, 1st and last +$300

security.
LARGE . EFFICIENCY,
$450/mth, 1st, last +$200 sec

dep. Telephone 341-8843.

SPACIOUS 2 BEDROOM,
1bath, Sunset Ridge. Sans
Souci Stove, refrigerator,
ceiling fans. Air conditioned
bedrooms and water. Cable

’ and internet ready.
$750/month, security deposit
500.00

' $ -00.
Tel: 322-4588, 393-2030 (5-8
pm only)

2. BEDROOM, 1 BATH
apartment, off Gladstone Road.
Security screen, alarm system,
stove, fridge, water included.
Call. 325-5228 after 5:30 p.m.






UNFURNISHED SPACIOUS

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT.
Fox Hill. Fridge & water, $750
per month, $2000.00 moves
you in.Call:324-4777 after 5
p.m
















JUBILEE GARDENS:

, 1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
" $650/pm. Water /cable/ light
included. Call 361-4723, after

5pm, or 341-6289

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
and an efficiency
(semi-furnished), off Soldier
Road. Ph: 394-4314 or
535-8004

NEW 2-BEDROOM,
ceiling -fan, sec
included, $700,
plus $500 security.
Ph: 436-3669, 433-0046 or
225-4093

ONE FURNISHED apartment
included, burglar bars/ceiling
fans/cable/water and_light. $800
to move in. Tel: 364-7296

SOUTH ST. VINCENT RD
1 bed/bath furnished apt,
water, light & gas included,
$200 w/$850 month.
To move in $875.
Ph: 323-1816 or 434-8379

OFF MARATHON ROAD:
2-bed, 1-bath. $750/pm.
Teachers & Nurses needed
only apply. No children.
544-4075

a/c,,
bars,water
1st and last

Ph: 393-3219 after 6 p.m.
1 BED, 1 BATH APT, Nassau



East, light,
cluded.
Phone: 432-1658, 455-7543.

FARRINGTON ROAD:
Spacious office space.
Plenty of parking.
325-7114, 392-5968.

2-BEDROOM/1-BATH
$650/mth, 1st, last, $400 sec
dep. Off Faith Ave.
Utilities not included.
Telephone 428-4304.

CORAL HARBOUR STUDIO
Apartment. Fully furnished.
Move-in-ready. $600 per month
(water, wireless internet
included) 1st, last & security
required.

(security deposit $500)
Phone :Ph: 242-394-8950
Cell: 242-376-6342
View picts on website:
chstudio.yolasite.com

2-BED/1-BATH near Sandals
Hotel, laundry facilities, beach
access + pool, $1,100/mth obo,
first , last, $700 sec required.
Phone 323-5635 for details.

EAST PARK ESTATES
New spacious one bedroom,
light,water, cable, wooden
blinds, ceiling fan. First & last,
security depsoit, $700
p/m.$500_security.

Ph: 364-6921 or 454-4653

KITCHEN FOR RENT, Paim-
dale area. Busy location w/ lots
of potential. ent $400 per
week. Call 356-7416

water, cable _ in-

\)

off Bobingon Road,
Palm Beach St

Hair and Nails
Ph: 356-231 4/426-8922



PAGE 30, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010

2 BED, 1 BATH,$650 plus 1st
and last moth and_ security
$400. Contact.Ms. Burrows

2 BEDROOM 1 BATH APT.
Nassau Village. Water, blinds,
A/C, B/bars included.
$$650/m

th.
Ph:393-8991/427-3426

2 BEDROOM VACATION
Villa for rent (sleeps 8)
Contact 454-4649

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH APT lo-
cated Bacardi Road, washer
and dryer, fridge and stove,
water included for $850.00 per
month, first and last month,
rent. and security deposit
needed. Serious inquires only
please call 392-6764 between
Qam-9pm.

2 BEDROOM,. off Hamster

Road, W&D, water, A/C bed-
rooms, b/b. ‘1st, last, s/d.
341-4548.

2 BEDROOM,1 BATH APT,
Baldwin Ave off Farrington
Road, 1st, and last and
security deposit, $850 per
month , fully
furnished, water. Yard fully
enclosed and secured.Call
325-9221, 357-4998, 326-2277

2 NEW 2-BEDROOM APTS
A/C, & water included,
$700/mith, first, tast +$700 sec
deposit .

NEW 2-bedrooms,
House/Apt. Drive-way, back
patio, A/C, $1,000/mth, first,
last & $700 sec depo. Zaconia
Court, Golden Ville Subd.
328-8602/457-4408.

2-BED APARTMENT, a/c wa-
ter and bars, $600/pm, first,
last +$300 sec. Golden Gates
#1. Ph:364-3402

2-BED APT, Carmichael Road
East,b. bars, a/c, cable &

phone ready, $600 pm, 1st,alst

& $600 security. Ph: 341-2613

2-BED, 1-BATH APT includes
security bars ceiling fan,
air-condition & water. Located
Independence’ Drive, $700/
month, first, last, sec dep.
$500. Phone 429-9598.

2-BED, 1-BATH, spacious Apt,
off Gladstone Road, fridge,
stove, washer, dryer, “micro-
wave, cC/air, sec/syst, b/bars,
water & wooden blinds _in-
cluded. $850 per month,
first/last and $500 deposit. Call
376-0301, 341-6394.

2-BED, 2-BATH (GATED) APT
WESTRIDGE UPSTAIRS.
$1350.00

OFFICE UPSTAIRS. Security
door. $850. Island Plaza.
Tel:327-0667/424-3330.

°2-BED/1 BATH,Kool Acres,
water included,$700 per
month,1st and last months
$400 security .Ph: 364-5443,
225-0341

2-BEDROOM/1-BATH
; off Bellot'Road.
Includes: fridge, stove, split
unit, ceiling fans,security
775 per.
$500 | |,

2-bath,




2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
FOR RENT
Fridge , stove, central air, se-
curity screen .and water _in-
cluded. $800 per month. Call
426-1436.

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
Garden Hills #2, Water in-
cluded. $700/mth, first/last. &

sec dep. Tel 325-6937.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT,
Faith Garden. $720.00.
Tel 357-31911, 225-1866.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
new townhouse’ Cordeaux/
Washington St .$750/month,
$1,900 up front. Bahamians
only call 328-0555

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
off McKinney Drive. Fridge,
stove, washer & dryer, micro-
wave, A/C units in bedroom
and water included, $750 per
month. 1st, last and security of
$400. Call Mrs Wilson,
376-5816

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, central
air, security screens
washer/dryer, water, automatic
ate. Boatswain Road.
850/mth, $800 deep, first,
last. 556-7177.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
GOLDEN GATES. .
Partially furnished, water, cable
& telephone included. $625.
361-3918 evenings.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, spa-
cious with washer, $675/
month, $400 security deposit.
392-0605, Sir Lynden Pindling
Estates.

2-BEDROOM, fully furnished
condo, Cable Beach, $1,200/
pm includes water, washer/
dryer, pool access.
Short term rental allowed.
Tel:324-4535/357-4651.

2-BEDROOM, newly built apt,
Blue Hill Heights, $800/pm.
Telephone
525-3755, 242-577-70258,
328-2558

2-BEDROOM, Prince Charles
off Dalring Subdivision.Fridge,
stove included. Ph:302-5565, 9
a.m -5 p.m after 5 p.m.
324-4397

2-BEDROOM, unfurnished Apt

incl: Water newly renovated.
Podeleo St. $650/pm. Ph:
393-7367.

2-BRAND NEW 2 bed, 1 bath
apt off Carmichael Road, a/c,
alarm,enclosed yard, water apt
1.$700 p/m/ Apt 2 $750 -
p/m,ist, last & security $500
required. Available June 1st.
Ph: 326-3235 after 5 p.m.

2 BED, 1 BATH APARTMENT
. for rent: Knowles Drive (off
T Darling Hwy.

Phone: 322-7240

1 BEDROOM APT FOR RENT
in Nassau Village. Water and

‘light included. Phone 393-3539

Call between 9am-8pm, $570
per month, $400 sec dep.

-BARBER. & HAIR STYLIST
O OR: RENT, $70/wk,

2BED/2BATH VILLA - PI pri-
vate pool, double enclosed ga-
rage, generator, central and
individual a/c units; security
alarm and bars; roll down hurri-
cane shutters; additional water
holding _ tank. $3,000 _ per
month. Call 457-4185 to view.
Serious inquiries only.

3 BED, 2.5 BATH and 1 BED,
1 BATH, semi furnished,
Seabeach Estates.

Ph: 327-4192

3-BED/2-BATH, ‘enclosed
yard, security/alarm system, -
‘C in rooms.
First, last month & sec dep.
Tel:225-3194/533-5203.

3-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
c/air, b/bars, cable,
washing facilities.

1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
fridge, stove, c/air,

. water included.
Enclosed yard.
Bacardi Road. Tel 434-2314
Serious inquiries only

3-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
HOUSE

Light, water, cable included.
security bars feced-in yard.
Telephone 394-6568,

535-2109, 467-4963.

3-BEDROOM, 2.5BATH
TOWNHOUSE ,
DANOTTAGE ESTATES
$1500.00
Tel: 393-6130

3-BEDROOM, 3-BATH FOR

RENT: central air + generator, ~

$2,500 per month. Twynam
Heights. Ph:324- 5306 or
422-2850

3-BEDROOM, 3.5 BATHS
spacious townhouses near
Saunders Beach. $2,250 p/m.
357-7850/376-0919

APARTMENT FOR RENT
$875 monthly, first and last
months required.
$550.00 security deposit.
2-bedrooms, 1.5-bath,
living room, dining room,
kitchen, washer and dryer,
air-condition, ceiling fans,
telephone and cable lines
available, water included.
Enclosed yard.
Maximum persons 4
(preferably family).

Tel 341-3643, Cowpen Road.

APARTMENT FOR RENT

in a centrally located area,
Market Street south near bus
route, partly furnished, en-
closed yard, security alarm,
water, light, perfect hide away
for a bachelor or young
ambitious couple. Only secure
job holders need apply.
$150 per week.
Phone 323-0955.

BOOTH FOR RENT
High traffic area, looking for
professional nail tech.

* 225-1741/432-0885 cell.

CONDO FOR RENT, Saint

Albans Drive,$500 per month,




I fully furnished. Call 326-2554

after 6 p.m

7 BEDROOM APT FOR RENT
Water.& cable,



ERA
REAL ESTATE
www. erabahamas.com
5648 Sandyport: Brand new 2
bed, 2.5 bath townhome in-
cludes’ central a/c, pool,
wooded __ flooring, stainless
steel appliances, private
beach and fenced garden.

$3,500 p/m

5544 Paradise Island: Spa-
cious 1 bed, 1 bath furnished
condominium with assigned
parking, beach access, swim-
ming pool arid a balcony off of
the bedroom. $1,200 p/m

5602 Prospect Ridge: Taste-
fully furnished 2 bed , 1 bath
apartment featuring tiled
floors, a washer/dryer, air con-
ditioning, and much more. $
1,500 p/m

5691 Cable Beach: Lovely,
furnished 2 bed, 1 bath two
story villa. Features wooden
floors, washer/dryer, central
a/c and is within range of he
beach and shopping centers.
$2,000 p/m

4536 Love Beach: Newly built
2 bed, 2.5 bath townhouse
with breathtaking views, beach

access, central A/C, marble
floors, wooden staircase and
whirlpool appliances. $3,800
p/m

4904 West Bay Sireet: Newly
built 2 bed, 2bath duplex
apartment. Features an en-
closed backyard, with appli-
ances, furniture included.
Ready for occupancy. Call To-
day! $2,000 p/m

4706 Nautica: Spacious 3
bed, 2.5 bath home including
central air conditioning, fully
equipped kitchen, lovely en-
closed back patio, swimming
pool. $4,000 p/m

5100 Paradise Island: Beauti-
ful 2 bed, 2.5 bath villa setina
secluded tropical garden. Fea-
tures include linens,
washer/dryer, dishwasher and
maid service. Within walking
distance to Atlantis $2,300
p/m ,

5692 Gladstone Road: Lovely
2 bed, 1 bath duplex in a spa-
cious yard, large living room,
washer/dryer, ceiling _ fans,
tiled floors and in close range
of shopping, schools and air-
port. $850 p/m

5693 St. Andrews Beach Es-
tates: Great 2 bed, 1.5 bath
townhome with central a/c,
alarm system, washer/dryer,
furnished and fully equipped
kitchen. $ 1,400 p/m

Call
ERA Dupuch Real Estate
Tel: (242) ves -1811 or.


















ADELAIDE ROAD:

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH,
semi-furnished includes water
& A/C. $800 per month, first &

last plus $500 security.

Serious enquiries only.

Tel 362-1839/376-7024.

APARTMENT FOR RENT
2-bedroom, cable, ceiling fans,
A/C, smoker alarms included.
$675 per month

341-2687/454-3978.

OFF ROCKY PINE ROAD,
Carmichael 1-bed, Apt.
incl:Fridge, stove, washer
dryer, c/air, water? $700/mth.
‘Tel:468-8824.

APARTMENT FOR RENT,
2-bedroom, 1-bathroom,
water/cable,-1 child only.
Carmichael Rd.
Tel:341-1316, 425-7517

APARTMENT, 1 bedroom, fur-
nished, all utilities included, Ya-
matraw Beach, $180 weekly,
$710 monthly. 364-0839,
325-7045.

APT FOR RENT
New! 1-bed/1-bath in Western
area, semi-furnished, gated
community. $950/pm, + secu-
rity. Ph:357-7539.

ATTRACTIVE, quiet, two spa-
cious bedroom apt, East Ave,
off Carmichael Road:
$700/mth. Water, fridge, stove,
A/C, b/bars, blinds, walk-in
closets, shoe racks, semi-en-
closed yard. Cable & telephone
ready. No pets. First and last
plus $450 sec dep. Tel
565-7776, or 364-8491.

ATTRACTIVE, spacious, 2
bedroom apt, off Joe Farring-

ie ion: Baad watet b/bars
qu 800/pm.
$g54- 3494, “455- 5792.

BACARDI ROAD: 2-BED,

1.5-BATH Townhouse, central
A/C, security screens and bars.
Washhouse on ground.

$800 Rent. (242)428-2137.

BEAUTIFUL well kept 1-bed-
room, 1-bathroom apt, fully fur-
nished, Jonson Terrrace.
Amenities include water, cable,
TV, security bars, First, last,
securty deposit required. For
further details call 324-6310

BLAIR ESTATES: One bed-
room, one bath, furnished
apartment. Includes: Water.
Rent: $750 per month, first and
last month, plus $500 security
deposit. Please call 393-2723.

BLUE HILL SOUTH: 1-bed
apt, includes fridge, stove, mi-
crowave, light, water, gas, air
condition, 1st & last plus Secu-
rity deposit $650. Call
341-2231

BLUE HILL SOUTH: 2 bed
apt, central air, water included,
1st & last + security deposit,
$750 p/m.Ph: 341-2231




JUST 5 MINS FROM COB
1-bedroom Apt,fully furnished,
$650/mth first, last + $350 sec.

DD >.



THE TRIBUNE

BOOTH RENTALS
Experienced. Hair and _ Nail
Techns wanted with own clien-
tele. New. building, Cowpen
Road. Call 394-6487.

BRAND NEW, spacious 2-bed,
1-bath Apt, High. Vista, off
Eastern Road. Water, b/bars,
Jacuzzi, laundry room,
$1, 000/pm,- first, last $800
s/dep. 324-2972, 436-3493.

CABLE BEACH 2-bed, 1 bath
furnished, $1100 per month,
water included, no children, no
pets. Ph:-376-4881

CABLE BEACH MANOR.
Charming oceanfront 2-bed-
room, 2-bath apt, up, large bal-
cony, great view, available
now, $1,800. On_ excellent
beach, pool. Congenial, attrac-
tive setting. Good_ security,
night watchman. Cable TV,
gust lounge I-net wired. Water,
eae free. Near shops, bus stop.
all 327-7785 now!

CABLE BEACH, 3-BED,.3 1/2-
BATH, TOWN HOUSE, A/C,
FULLY FURNISHED, POOL,
ELEC GATES, EXECUTIVE

QUALITY, CLOSE TO BEACH,
SHOPPING, Sate SEVERAL

AVAI

$2,200 TO $2,500.
327-2694, 557-8980.

CABLE BEACH, BeiAir Apt.
Spacious, clean, fully furnished
1 bedroom apt. Secured win-

dows. Ideal for the profes-
sional. Sorry no children or
pets. $850/pm, first, last &

$600 sec dep. Call 327-7601,
445-1327.

CARMICHAEL ROAD
spacious one bedroom,
unfurnished apt, $600 per
month. First and last months
rent and $500 security deposit.
Tel: 357-8228

HOUSE FOR RENT:

Gleniston Garden 3-bed, 2
bath, $1,300.Washer, dryer,
fridge stove,central air.

364-7950, 544-3847.

COWPEN ROAD
2 bedroom apartment,water,
cable,fans, bars, alarm with 24
hour monitoring, fridge and
stove, $800 p/m.
Tel: 341 -6213, 426-9880 or
552-7776

DUPLEX APT
Gated community
Wesiwind Subdivsion
2 bed, 1 bath
Stainless Fridge, stove,
micrwave , a/c in bedroom,
wooden blinds /water included.
Call 502-2371 Esther or |
362-2754

WINTON HILLTOP HOUSE,
6,200sq.ft., seaviews,
6-bedrooms, 3-baths, jacuzzi,
2-car garage, generator, pool,
lanai, public & pives balcony,
laundry room, breakfast nook,
sunken living room, dining
room, large family room,
. private Office off master suite,
a/c, wireless, carle detached
t





THE TRIBUNE





FOR RENT,
light, water, cable, fridge,
stove, bed all included. $120
per week. Ph: 364-3639 after 4
p.m.

ONE BEDROOM, fully fur-
nished, Stapledon Gardens,
$700/mth. Water, light and ca-
ble included. 326-4302.

EFFICIENCY FOR RENT.
South Beach, furnished, Sight,
- water, cable, gas tank, A/D in-
- cluded. Secure yard, ‘security

EFFICIENCY

bas. $550 per month, $300
s/dep, first, last, plus sec to
move _ in. Serious inquiries

only. Phone 392-8179.

2 1-BED, 1-BATHROOM apt.
in Seabreeze. Ac, water and
washing machine _ included.
$500.00.

Tel: 392-5648, or 557-2403

FOR RENT (CABLE BEACH)
One bedroom, very elegant
apartment, fully furnished
central air, enclosed property,
24 hours security,
water included,t.v, cable
included, $1,000.00 per
month. Available,

May 12, 2010

FOR RENT 2 Bedrom, 1 bath

with fridge, stove,
s-washer-dryer, bars, water,
central ac. Call 359-0975



Turnquest Propert
peeeanest a operty
FOR RENT
WESTRIDGE ESTATES:
Gated, spacious 2-bed, 2.5
bath townhouse, central-air,
washer/dryer, pool $1,550.00.
No pets. S

WESTWARD VILLAS: Fur-

nished 2-bed, 3-bath house,,.

A/C, fan, dish,’ washer, laundry
facilities & pool. B$2,300.00

WESTWARD VILLAS: Fully
furnished one-bedroom _ cot-
tage, a/c, fans, TV, washing

machine. $950:00

TWYNAM AVE: Unfurnished
one-bedroom apt. a/c, stove/
fridge, $550.00

-Furnished townhouse, central-
air, fans. $700.00.

MONTAGU: Furnished effi-
ciency apt, a/c, cable ready,
laundry. B$530

MEADOW STREET: Shop
space for rent: Central-air, se-
curity bars. $750.00. :

SANDFORD DRIVE: Fully fur-
nished 2-bed, 1.5-bath, A/C,

fans, laundry facilities, pool,
$1.800.00 §
TURNQUEST PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT
324-3060 .

FULL ONE-BEDROOM apt,
water, light & cable included,
$750. Available without utilities.
Ph: 558-475/361-4933

FORKLIFT RENTAL
16" lift height
$200-$300 per day
Deposit/Plus pick up & delivery
Ph:434-0487, 341-8577

FOX HILL near Carla’s Pizza,
unfurnished* 2-bedroom apt,
$650/mth, first, last and $500
sec dep. Water included.
Phone 364-3912/324-3296.

FULLY FURNISHED
1-bedroom apt, a/c, light,
water, cable & telephone line.
Furnished efficiency, light,
water, cable telephone line.
Gleniston Garden.

Tel 544-1874.

FULLY FURNISHED ONE
BEDROOM APARTMENT
INCLUDING: CENTRAL A/C,
LIGHT, WATER, CABLE, $750
PER MONTH, $300
SECURITY.PH: 356-8381
DAYTIME/324-9537

FURNISHED 1 bedroom effi-

ciency Imperial Parkl. Singe
mature adult. $700 p.m Ph:
324-1991



FURNISHED COTTAGE
fully furnished w/a/c, near
Sandyport, $1,800 p.m.
Ph: 327-0520
(evening),436-9659

FURNISHED Efficiency, Coral
Heights. Water, light, basic ca-
ble included, $495 plus first,
last and $300, security deposit.
Ph: 302-5128, 362-2148

FURNISHED ROOM
FOR-RENT
$390 to move in, $130/ week.
Electricity cable, included.
361-7384, 535-8975.

FURNISHED ROOM For Rent.
All utilities included,
no other furniture, kids.
$350 to move in, $150 a week.
Grove area.
326-0669, 376-7110.

FURNISHED STUDIO, 1bed-
room, Rockey Pine. Rd. All
utilies, no kids/pets. Quiet ma-
ture. person. only, $650.00
434-8340 leave a message af-
ter 7pm. 341-4365

GARDEN HILLS _ Efficiency
incl.: water, light, stove, cable

and wireless internet, $650
+$500s/d.
Tel 465-7883.

GATED COMMUNITY
Rent or Sale.
3 bedroom cottage, Montagu
Villas Village Road. Rent per
month. $1,30.00. Tel 427-6204.

HANNA ROAD: Very large,

| 1-bedroom apartment. Incl: wa-
security bars, blinds, a/c}

ter,
and washing facilities. $575 per
month, sec dep $200. Phone
327-6899. .

NICE APARTMENT, 2 bed, 1
bath, furnished, _ in Highland
Park. Tel 325-5060.







(JACK ISAACS.



RENTALS

HIGH POINT ESTATES:
Newly constructed 3 bed, .2.5
bath townhouse in developing
gated community. Granite
kitchen countertops with hard-
wood cabinets. Appliances in-
cluded. $1,800.00 per month
Web Ref: 40309

HIGHLAND PARK: Beautiful
Bahamian 3 bedroom, 2 bath
home located in the charming
Highland Park area. Quiet
neighborhood, great for fami-
lies, spacious bedrooms and
living areas, along with its large
pool and patio. The yard is en-
closed with mature tropical
landscaping. $2,500.00 Web
Ref: 39809

WEST BAY STREET HOUSE:
Lovely 3 bedroom, 2. bath
home located in Cable Beach.
Fully furnished . Alarm system,
central a/c . Mature tropical
garden $3,000.00 per month
Web Ref: 40709

DELAPORT TOWNHOUSE:
Three storey townhouse sits at
the ocean’s edge, views from
every room. 3 bedroom, 3
bathroom fully furnished central
air, ceiling fans and stand-by
generator. The kitchen has a
natural flow of light with
wooden cabinets and _ granite
counter tops. $3,300.00
monthly Web Ref: 39409

‘| WEST BAY STREET HOUSE:

Lovely 3. bed 3 bath home
Ocean views $4,500.00 per
mon.h Web Ref: 34809

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL: 322-1069
info @ bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

1 LUXURIOUS , 1 bed, 1 bath,
semi-furnished apt Milton St,
Grants Town.

“A Must come see to
appreciate”
$1600 to move in, $600 per
month. Call R. Grant 328-1002
or 454-6514

IMMACULATE ‘SPACIOUS
one bedroom efficiency. Every-
thing included, St Andrews
Bch, off Yamacraw: 423-8263

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
fully furnished. $150/weekly,
$800 to move in. 392-1152,
428-1935 “Tee”.

2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH :
apartment off gladstone.road.
‘security screen, alarm system,
stove, fridge,water included.
Call 325-5228 after 5:30 p.m.

LARGE 2 BD/1 BATH
& Extra Large 1 bd/1 bath
Cordia Crest
$800.00 & $600 pm

* Contact: 859 523 1021
chrissy_bah @ yahoo.com

“| apt.
dryer, water, ceilig fan, central.



LARGE 2-BED, 1-BATH APT
Cordia Crest Foxdale, $800/pm
first and-last w/$400 security
available 2nd week of June.
422-3190.

MEWLY RENOVATED, 2 bed-
rooms, 1 bathroom apt, burglar
bars, air conditioned, $750 per
month with first, last & $250 se-
curity deposit. Located: Misty
Gardens, South Beach.

Call ‘326-7610, or 424-0169
anytime.

NASSAU EAST: One-bed-
room, furnished apartment.
$600 per month including elec-
tricity, water, cable, burglar
bars, hurricane shutters, ceiling
fans. $700/ month with A/C.
First, last + $400 security de-
posit. Tel 364-7208.

NASSAU VILLAGE, Robert St.
Apartment: Light, water, cable,
included. $500/month, first/last
plus $200 sec. 357-7320.

NEAR P. I, 1-bedroom/1-bath,
furnished at $700,water
included, no children, no pets.
Ph: 376-4881

. NEWLY BUILT 2 BED, 1
BATH fenced in yard in new
subdivision on cowpen road.
Fridge, stove, water, a/c,
security bars, ceiling fan
included, $700 per month, 1st
and last + $480 security
deposit. Contact:
429-9165,556-2248/341-5159

NEWLY BUILT APARTMENT
Bacardi Road.
2-bedroom, 1-bath $750/mth
1-bedroom, 1-bath, $600/mth
Water and A/C included
First and last month’s rent and

$900 sec dep.
427-6832.

NEWLY BUILT EFFICIENCY
for rent. Private/single occu-
pancy, Flamingo Gardens,
$575.00 monthly, first, & last
month required plus’ security
deposit. Water, electricity, ba-
sic cable, ceiling fan; wooden
blinds, small gas tank, __in-
cluded. 341-5410, or 677-6052
(Ms Smith)

NEWLY BUILT spacious town-
house.4 bed, 3 bath, wash
room. For lease or rent. Dish-
washer included. Call for infor-
mation, 544-1620/361 -8547.

NEWLY RENNOVATED | BED
APT. $650 PER ‘MONTH.
WATER INCLUDED, NO

KIDS/PETS. TEL: 393-3219

NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
near Bay. Starting at $125.
All utilities included.
325-3939, 327-8271,

~ Cell 357-4214

OFF CHALRES SAUNDERS
HWY, spacious 2-bed, 1-bath
Fridge, stove, washer,

first &
Ph:

s/bars, $790/mth,
s/deposit $600,

air,
last,

‘535-8991, or 636-9397

ONE BEDROOM with seperate
bath in private home at
Elizabeth estates,$95 pink, 1st
and last plus $150 security
deposit. Tel:364-0884
(8 a.m - 10 a.m or
7p.m-9p.m



OFF WULFF ROAD _ 1-bed-
room efficiency, all utilities in-
cluded, $160/pw, $700 to move
in. Ph: 392-5364

ONE AIRCONDITIONED
APARTMENT, SAN SOUCI,
avaiable now, completely
furnished, one bedroom apt,
full bathroom with large walk-in
closet, full kitchen, including full
tank of gas, washing machine,
all appliance are brand new.
Utilities included: Light, water
and cable, premises is internet
and telephone ready. $900 first
and last month, yearly rent
agreement preferred.
Single occupancy - preferred.
Ideal for professional person.
Quiet environment, premises
are enclosed.
Ph:326-7218, 302-9521 days,

364-8072 nights

ONE BED, ONE BATH APT,
Fridge, stove, a/c, water in-
cluded, $670/month, first and
last month rent and $300 secu-
rity deposit. Call 341-5538

ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT located domingo
heights.East street south, wa-
ter, fridge, stove and cable
00.00 a month..

Call 380-8076

ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT,

_ semi-furnished, water, light,

cable & internet included.
located in elizabeth estates,
$600 p.m. 1st + last + $300

security to move in.
Ph: 364-3191 or 436-8939

ONE BEDROOM APT FOR
RENT, water included, $550 per
month, Nassau Village.
Tel: 394-1880 or 393-4454

ONE BEDROOM APT located
Sandilands Road, light, water,
cable, air-condition and stove
included, $650 per month. Call
324-0737. .

ONE BEDROOM APT, fully
furnished, incl: water, back-up
electricity, $650 per month.
Call 364-7882 from 7am -

11pm. Serious inquiries only.

ONE BEDROOM FURNISHED
Apt. well secured, well .kept,
centrally located, East of Vil-
lage Road. Airconditioned, se-
curity bars, $625.00 monthly. If
there’s no answer please leave
message after 4th. Ring
324-8228.

ONE BEDROOM semi- .
furnished apt in the Western
district, near beach and airport.
Very quiet/electricity and water
included. Asking $900/pm.
Contact 327-7177 Mr. Stuart

SEMI-FURNISHED, new 2
bedroom, 1.5 ‘bath, townhouse

Love Beach Estates. Phone
225-1381.
1 BEDROOM APT, $450

month. First, last, air condition,
Sandilands Village Rd,water
included, burglar bars.

Ph: 557-0869

NJ

N .
Light,water,a/c,cable $160 per

week. Single person only.
Telephone 328-8519
evenings.



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ONE-BED, ONE-BATH,
furnished apartment in Eastern

fuliy

area. Utilities included. $750
per month, ist, last & security
needed. Call 468-0272.

ONE-BEDROOM APT
includes: water, cable and
telephone. $650 per month. .
Contact 393-3189, 424-0837.
Blue Hill Road South.

ONE-SPECIOUS, single bed-
room unfurnished apt, air con-
dition, burglar bar, coin oper-
ated washer and dyer, no pets,
off Flaminga Garden $500 per
month. Phone:341-1205,
525-2743.

PALM TREE AVE: Spacious 1
bedroom apartment Incl: Wa-
ter, a/c, washing facilities,
stove, security bars and blinds.
$600 per month, sec dep $200.
Phone 327-6899.

PARADISE ISLAND: 2 bed, 3
bath Villa,- private pool, fully fur-
nished. A bargain at $2,500 per
month.

SUNSET VIEW: Oceanview,
3-storey, 5 bed, 4.5 bath, town-
house, gated, pool, fully fur-
nished, A/C, roll-down shutters
at $4,000 per month.

Call 327-7772.

* PROSPECT RIDGE:

2 bed, 2 bath units,
fully furnished, central a/c,
pool. $1400/mth.
Telephone 467-5030.

ROOM FOR RENT in a private

residence with entrance all utili-

ties included also ‘cable and

internet service ‘$125 weekly, .
first, last and deposit required.

No pets/chlidren. Single person

only. Call 322-3885/465-9219.

Serious inquiries only.

ROOMS/EFFICIENCY FOR
RENT at the Dew Drop Inn. For.
more information. Please call
322 - 4260

SAINT ALBANS DRIVE:

Two 2-bed, one 1-bathroom,
$790.00
One 1-bed, one 1-bathroom
$700.00

Efficiency apartment, $480.00

One bed one bath townhouse,
$795.00 :

Furnished, includes gas and
water, first month’s rent, elec-
tricity and security deposit re-
quired. .

Telephone 326-1514,
325-0318.

. SANDILANDS VILLAGE:
1-BED, 1-BATH, WATER
INCLUDED. $500 PER
MONTH, $400 SEC DEP.
TEL:364-1102, 556-4976.

SANDILANDS VILLAGE: 2
bedroom Apt, ‘security bars,

ceiling fan, water include,
$700/mth, first and last plus
$450 sec.

Phone 557-4254, 324-1006.

SANDYPORT Townhouse
2 Bed, 2.5 Baths
$2,400.00 p/m.
Please call: (242) 456-0012



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SANDYPORT 4 BEDROOM,
3.5 BATH TOWNHOUSE
Excellent condition, furnished,
$4,000.00 pm. Call 422-1791



or 323-4063
SEABREEZE ESTATES:
Large 1-bedroom, _ fully | fur-
nished, secure enclosed yard.
No light deposit required,
blinds, a/c, walk-in closet, ca-
ble. & water included.
$750/mthly. Tel 364-5827/

SEAR’S HILL

1 bedroom apt, fully furnished,
cable,water,internet access.
Ph: 323-0358/428-4412

SECURED, LARGE, fully fur-
nished, one bedroom apart-
ment, air conditioned, ceiling
fans, fenced yard, adequate
parking, laundry facilities,
phone and water included.
Own telephone line and cable
ready. Telephone 324-0361.

SEMI-FURNIOSHED 2-bed-
room, 1-bath Api, Blue Hill
South, fride, stove, frontroom
set, b/bar, blinds, a/c, and wa-
ter incl’d. $750/pm. 361-0426,
Mrs Ferguson,

SEMI-FURNISHED,
1bed/ibath apt, Eastern district
- ,central air, alarm,water, cable,
enclosed yard,
appliances, $650 per month,
1st and last month rent and
security deposit.
Call 357-7432 or 558-7020

SEMI-FURNISHED, like new
c/air apt. Sea Breeze Lane.
$800/pm, first/ last/sec ;
dep/fridge/stove/washer/dryer/
water. Phone
393-0002/429-4829.

TWO BEDROOM APT, triplex
Snclosed yard. Includes secu-

rity bars, ceiling fans, a/c,
fridge, stove, washer, dryer,
water. Rent $900,. Deposit

$600. Call 364-7698



SEVEN SHOP SPACES FOR
RENT at #97 Charles Vincent
St. For more information
please call 322-4260.

SHOP SPACE FOR RENT
Pinewood Gardens. .
Ideal for barber shop!
Nail Tech, etc.
A/C, light included.
$650/mth/first/last, $200 sec.
Call:392-8455/325-1297.

WESTWIND
New 2 bed,2 bath apt.
Fridge,stove, central a/c,
$1400 monthly, 1st + last plus
$700 security deposit.
Ph: 535-1052

UNFURNISHED 1-bed, 1-bath,
South Beach, $650 per month.

s/bars, a/c.

Ph: 557-0964, 556-8491,
324-4105
WINDSOR PLACE, 1-bed,
1-bath Apt, s/bars, blinds,
washhouse, water incl. $450.

Ph 364-0597.

’

SPACIOUS 1 bedroom
unfurnished apt. Light and
water included,cable ready.
Gladstone Road $165 weekly.
Call 362-1562

SPACIOUS 1-BEDROOM
APT, semi-furnished, $575 per
month or fully furnished $650
per month. Water & cable
included.

Call 45-346 t/362-0752

SPACIOUS 2 bedraom, 1 bath
apt, Millers’ Heights, off Carmi-
chael Road, fenced-in yard,
s/s, a/c &-ceiling fans, no kids!!

‘|no pets!! $700 month, 1st _&

last month, $200 sec depo. Tel
361-4575.

SPACIOUS 2-BED, 2-BATH
house off Charles Saunders
Hwy,$900 p/m, $600 s/
dep,water & cable included.
Partially furnished. Cell:
364-5853 after 6:30 p.m &
544-0548

1 BED - EFFICIENCY
$550.00 per month or weekly
furnished. Tel 565-3085

1 BED APT , off Blue Hill
Rd,water/cable/light, $165 per
week, $545 to move in
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
FOR LEASE OR RENT off
Blue Hill Road, 50 x 100

Ph: 326-6175

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
semi-furnished, Sandilands Vil-
lage. Fridge, stove, A/C, water,
light, phoneincluded. Monthly
or weekly, $300 security. Quiet
neighbour.

Tel:364-2158, or 7 after 4pm.

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
YAMACRAW.
PHONE 465-2106.

1-BEDROOM APT,
Fridge & stove included.
$575/mth, 1st, last plus $450
sec dep. 436-0749, 324-5997.



SPACIOUS, 1-bedroom Apt,
off Prince Charles. ‘Quiet area.
$600/pm. 393-1915, 434-2295.

SPLIT LEVEL TOWNHOUSE
Sans Souci, 2 bed, 1 bath 1200
sq.ft., semi-furnished, enclosed
back yard. 4160,000 Net.
Call:426-9765, or 361-5043.

STAPLEDON GARDENS:
Spacious 2-bedroom, 1-bath
apt, c/air, washer, dryer,

s/screens & door, blinds, water
incl. $900p/m, first, last +$500
s/dep. Call:323-4151/477-0951
evenings.

TWO 1 bedroom, brand new
apt. two storey, Marshall Road.
Central air, security system
included. ist, last and security
dep required. Contact Mr
Forbes. Phone: 557-9345.

TWO BEDROOM APT situated
on Hanna Road, $695 _ per
month, security deposit $200
per month. Includes, fridge,
stove, water, blinds, washing
facilities. Phone 477-4422.

2 BED, 1 BATH electric gate,
fully enclosed, central air,
fridge,stove/security
system,washer/dryer facil.,
water included, Bacardi Rd,
$775/month.

Ph: 544-5964

TWO BEDROOM APT.
Water and air cond.
Blue Hill south,$675/mth, $400
sec. No pets/children.
392-8822/422-3178

TWOQ OFFICE SPACE:
FOR RENT, Rosetta Street.
Phone 323-1325.

TWO(ONE)BEDROOM APT
FOR RENT. All utilities
included, $400 s/d, $750,$650.
Ph: 456-4049/425-9688

TWO-BED, ONE-BATH, South
Beach, a/c, b/bars, fenced
yard, $750/month. Sec $500.
Ph:361-1835, 556-0316,
324-1644

SHOP/OFFICE OR
RESTAURANT SPACE. Newly
renovated West St near
Meeting St. near Ministry of
Education, Bethel Baptist
Church and Art Gallery.
324-1243, 557-2847

1-BEDROOM APT, fully fur-
nished, security screens, a/c,
light, water, no kids/pets. $550/
pm. Soldier Road. Tel
357-8106.

1-BEDROOM APT, light and
water included. Off Joe
Farrington. $160/week. or
$600/mth. 324-7588/364-7709.

1-BEDROOM APT, Sunshine
Park, $400 pe r month
2-BEDROOM APT, Tall Pines,
$600 per monrh. First & last

Ph: 341-7158,434-8911

1-BEDROOM UNFURNISHED
APT South Beach, I/w/cable,
b/bars. $575/mth, first, last,
$330 sec. 376-0774/392-5923.
No pets/children.

UNFURNISHED 2 bedroom,
apt. Located: Bamboo Town
for rent. $650/ month,
$500 security deposit required.
Mr Brown, 341-3077/436-0386.

UNFURNISHED 2-bed, 1-bath

College Gardens, secured, a/c,
bars, $650/month. 1st/last &
security required.

Ph: 557-0964, 525-3681, eve
324-4105

SMITHS COVE of Joe
Farrington
Nicely appointed two bedroom
apt, water,central a/c, alarm
system,ceiling fans,wooden
blinds. Telephone and cable
ready. Enclosed back yard.
$800 monthly.
Ph: 324-1810 or 525-9099

NEW EFFICIENCY, light,
water, cable, fridge, stove,
dinette. $625 monthly, first, last,
security.
Tel:361-7298, 395-8170.

1-BED, 1-BATH semi-furnished
apt, Nassau East Blvd &
Yamacraw Road. Water,
laundry room & bars incl.

Phone 327-6549, or 324-4122.



COUPLE/SINGLE PERSON to
share house, $650/pm, own
bathroom, nice/quiet neigh-
bourhood. Greenwood Road,
off Village. 454-6948/393-1369.

SEEKING FEMALE to share a
2-bedroom. Light, phone, ca-
ble, $100/pw, to move in $450.
Call:432-1321.



1-BEDROOM, fully furnished
apt, Leeward East.’$800/pm
includes water, s/b.
Short term rental allowed.
Tel 324-4535, 357-4651.

1-BEDROOM, fully furnished
apt out East. Light and water

included.Ph: 428-8278 or
367-7365

1-BEDROOM, furnished Apt
incl: Water, central air, sec

gate, pool, cable ready & tele-
phone lines $800/pm. Dunmore
Ave, off W/Bay St. Phone
325-4494.

2 BED, 1 BATH Leeward East,
minutes from beach and Food
Store. A/C, fridge/stove/secu-
rity screens, fully enclosed
yard, ideal for small family or 2
adults wanting to share, $800
per month,
water included.
Phone 364-0894 or 477-0369

1 FURNISHED EFFICIENCY.
Light,water and cable, $170
p/w,$00 s/d.Phone
544-2142,393-0463,325-5076

1-BEDROOM small apartment,
light, water an cable included.
First & last plus security $500.
Contact 393-4529 or 535-5114

7 BEDROOM APARTMENT

Fraser Allotment, including
light, water, cable, $750 ner
month, first, last, security de-
posit $350.00. 394-3555,
429-4199.

share

MATURE PERSON to share
2-bedroom, 1-bath, unfur-
nished apartment, cable,water,
gas/phone_ included. Electricity
bill shared equally. First, last
month, security.

Ph:242-324-1957

WANTS TO SHARE
WANTED: Single female - to
one large bedroom
apartment. $150 monthly. Tele-
phone 394-0490.

RESPONSIBLE

ROOM MATES to share a fully
furnished 4-bedroom home in
Pinewood Gardens. A/C,cable,
phone & water included.
392-0171, 434-5474 for further
information $475p/m & sec
dep.

WANTS
ROOMATE TO SHARE

2 bed,1.5 bath, split level town-
house apt in the Eastern Area.
Fridge, stove, washer, cable,
phone available, $350 per
month, $750 to move in. Ph:
465-0184 *



WATERSPORTS MANAGER
with 5+ years experience
Must be PAPO certified
Parasail Capain, have dive
insructor licensed.
Anthony, 242-424-0945.

GARDENER NEEDED.
PHONE 425-9594.




GARDENER NEEDED.
Ph: 393-1697/544-9333

CLEANING CO LOOKING for
honest,reliable, hardworking
lady ages 35-40 with some
experience in houskeepering.
only serious persons need
apply.Call us between<:9 a.m -
5 p.m at 361-3320

CAREGIVER/ASSISTANT

re-
quired for elderly man to live-in,
driver preferred. Call 322-4782.

PERSON TO WORK at Hot
dog Cart. Must be pleasant and
well-groomed. Leave message
at 323-7302.

GARDENER needed. Please
send resume and reference to:
Gardener, PO Box N8544,
Nassau, Bahamas.

GARDENER wanted please
call 1-242-332-1545.

GARDENER/HANDYMAN)
needed. Tel 356-5606.

GENERAL WORKERS
NEEDED. Ph:. 394-3158

HANDYMAN NEEDED
Interested person contact Miss
Sherry Bethel @
242-475-5773.

HANDYMAN NEEDED
PH: 324-2211, OR 394-7761.

HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED to
clean and babysit two todlers
after school. Must be Baha-
mian over 45 years of age with
own transportation.Call
364-1697 after 6 p.m

FIELD SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVE,
NASSAU, BAHAMAS.



‘| The ’ Field Service
Representative . (fsr) is
responsible for operation &

service of water and
wastewater treatment systems.
Essential
Functions/Responsibilities/Qual
ifications:
eiInstallation,
maintenance, repair &
troubleshooting of equipment
(pumps, instrumentation &
controls, piping valves, vessels,
chemical systems, etc
eTechnical knowledge of
seawater desalination systems
eLogging performance data and
testing water quality

°Taking inventory and
completing administrative tasks
eAbility to work a non-traditional
schedule outside of normal
business hours. and respond to
emergency calls, when
necessary ;
eAbility to work in an industrial
environment

eStrong | communication
interpersonal skills
Strong computer skills
*High School diploma
international equivalent
°At least 2 years of plant or lab
experience.

operation,

and

or

Interested candidates should

apply to: ;
www.GE.com/careers'

Job title: Field Service
Represeniative, Nassau,

Bahamas. Job #1167090

WANTED: Live-in maid, must
speak Spanish, French & Ital-
ian. Please call 323-6694.

THE TRIBUNE





PHARMACEUTICAL
COMPANY .-

needs dynamic leader.to sup-

port strategy and business de-

velopment and manage _ the
North Caribbean region. This

person should have:

eSecond Degree in Business
with First Degree in Science
related . discipline

eAt least 3 years’ experience as
a senior medical representa-
tive

¢Proficiency in various com-
puter applications

¢Project and Team Manage-
ment skills required

eMust be goal oriented, cus-
tomer focused and innovative
Mail application to:

P.O. Box N-7504,

Nassau, Bahamas

by May 19th, 2010

RECEPTIONIST WITH
MEDICAL BILLING
EXPERIENCE. High — school
diplom. Energetic and willing to
assist with patients when
necessary. Call 356-4806 for
further,information or deliver
resume to III Mount Royal Ave.

RECEPTIONST/TYPIST/
ASSISTANT :
for Wellness Centre.
Proficiency in MS Word/Excel
& Quickbooks.
Pieasant, outgoing personality.
Mail resume CB-12760.

RELIABLE HANDYMAN
WANTED
To work part-time a a rate of -
$30 a day. Interested perons
should apply yo P.O Box
CB-11865 befrore ,May 25,
2010

JITNEY DRIVER NEEDED.
Public Service Driver’s Licence
necessary...

376-6648 (C); 324-8198.(H).

SALES AGENT NEEDED
For cosmetics product line.
Commission based plus weekly
gas allowance. Must be well
presented, articulate and have
genuine interest in product.
Spanish fluency a plus.
Call:67-2990

Sales/Parts

Counter Associate
Well. established equipment
business requires individual to
handle Sales and Parts
Counter transactions. Must be
professional, computer literate,
reliable, customer service ori-
entated, Inventory exp. a plus,
able to manage time and work
w/ minimal supervision. Apply -
send Resume to
sale s@sebahamas.com.

SHOE STORE seeking an en-
ergetic, honest and innovation
young lady to be a sales repre-
sentative for immediate em-
ployment. Email resumes to
shoeswithattitude @ gmail.com.
Only serious inquires please.

STRAW MARKET helper
wanted, ages 19 - 28 please
contact Nicodia at
433-51 92/426-3566

EARN up to 50% Commission
Become an Avon Representa-
tive. Sign up today!

341-3037, or 565-6000



THE TRIBUNE



2 BARBERS NEEDED.
Ph: 328-6863

4 FARM LABOURERS.
Hardworking, trustworthy,
not afraid of hard and dirty
work on the Family Island.

Call 1-242-559-8473.

ACCOUNTS CLERK NEEDED
Accounts clerk needed for es-
tablished Bahamian owned
business. Persons applying
should have at least 2 years
work experience in accounts
related field. An associates de-
gree in accounts would be an
asset. Candidates should have
good telephone ethics and a
keen eye for detail. Interested
persons with the proper qualifi-
cation, energy and enthusiasm
may apply. Please send full re-
sume including copies of certifi-
cates and a photograph.

Apply via e-mail at
sources2k10 @ gmail.com.
Only serious persons need ap-

ply.
AVON
Buy, Sell or Sign-up.
Telephone: 361-5556
kempcorp @ hotmail.com

hre-

. WANTED FOR A NEW AND
Upscale salon 2 Stylist

with certification & skilled with

the round bush blow-out tech-

nique, Brazilian Keratin, Alter

Ego, Salerm, Kus and
. Rolan-Una_ hair products.
Contact Mrs = Simms, Ph:

327-6357 , 456-2411.

WANTED: Part-time workers.
Doing simple computer work
from home. Pay $e00 weekly.
Please apply to:
firstclass64 @ hotmail.com

BEAUTY SALON seeking Hair
Stylist to rent booths. Must
have own clientele. Serious in-
quiries only. Call 525-7288

BUS DRIVER NEEDED
for Rt#21.
Tel:324-1348, or 423-9723

BUS DRIVER NEEDED with
valid documents.
Ph: 424-6288/364-4815

BARBER NEEDED
URGENTLY
Call 431-4930/ 364-2377
Must have own tools.
Great .benefits, Great environ-
ment. Ask for DON.

BARBER/NAIIL TECH needed
Commission or rent.
535-7076/565-5379.

FILIPINA .
HOUSEKEEPER/MAID
needed. Must have own care.
Ph: 376-6963

GARDENER NEEDED
PLEASE CALL 432-3066

DOWNTOWN OFFICE seeks a
Bahamian ‘male 23 years of
age or older for Janitor and
Messenger duties. Police re-
cord and references are re-
quired. Call 676-6752.

Creole, Chinese, French and
Spanish.

Tel 325-5060.







EMPLOYMENY
OPPORTUNITY
Collection Agency seeking
experienced collector.
Minimum of 5 years e
xperience. Email resume to:
scl_4+5 @ hotmail.com

FULL TIME, mature, responsi-
ble, caretaker for elderly fe-
male invalid. Basic nursing
skills, light housework. Laundry
and cooking required. Own
transportation a plus. Bahami-
ans or those with permanent
resident status only. Call
393-0229 weekdays.

FARM LABOURER wanted
please call 1-242-557-7031.

FARM LABOURER _ wanted
please call 1-242-470-2764.

FARM LABOURER wanted
please call 1-242-332-0069.

DRIVER/SALESMAN
NEEDED — Must have valid
Driver's License and ability to
drive Standard Shift Truck, op-
erate a forklift and work in
Landscape Area. Must be
self-motivated and work with lit-
tle supervision. Apply to Retail
Manager at 377-1149 ext 103.

NEEDED ONE HAIR STYLIST
and one Nail Tech for Beauty
Salon. Ph: 394-7247/425-2695

ONE MESSENGER NEEDED.
Must have own car, $350 per
week. Ph; 431-8033

INFORMATION





“TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST

required for a Supermarket
China. Applicant must be fully
trained im the Linux Operating
System and have a minimum
of five years experience in soft-
ware systems specially de-

signed for Supermarket
Chains.

Interested applicants please
send resume to: I.T.S. Advert,

c/o P O Box CB-11651, Nas-

sau, Bahamas.

KEYBOARD OR
LEAD GUITAR PLAYER

needed for Church. Please
contact 941-4970, serious per-
so: ; only.

LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER
NEEDED. Spanish and French
speaking a must. Applicant
must be willing to travel with
family throughout the year.
Contact P. Ronveaux @
356-5377

- LOCAL RETAIL
ESTABLISHMENT seeking to
employ sales assocoiates be-
tween the ages of 18 and 28,
male and female candidates

must be honest, punctual,
friendly
attractive and hardworking.
Serious inquiries only.
Contact Ms. Kelly at 425-5991

LOOKING FOR a young Baha-
mian to work for a landscape
company. Call 424-4675 after
4pm. Must live East.

MAID NEEDED.
Tel: 242-341-7553 or
557-3567 ‘

MATURE PERSON to care for
the elderly female.
Ph: 324-2425

only to the run date. The a anuaes is not
that: Fesulle: frony publication.

TWO GROWING COMPANIES
SEEKING

Sales executives to work part
and full time. Must have work-
ing knowledge of the internet.
Send emails with inquiry and
resume to:
rmii @ hotmail.com
Subject:Sales Executives.
Only serious persons please

WANTED
Construction skilled labourers
All aspects of manual labourers
as it pertains to construction.
Assisting with materials, mixing
cement and assisting carpen-
ters. Reply in writing to:

The Manager, PO Box N1254.

WANTED
General Workers Needed.
P.O. BOX GT-2712,
or E-mail:
latoyajohn @ hotmail.com

BARBER SHOP NEEDED
5-days week with all equip-
ments. Please call JJ’s Barber
Shop. Tel 242-364-5753.

WANTED: Handyman for large
office building. Duties include
painting, lifting and moving fur-
niture, filing cabinets and
boxes to/from internal and .ex-
ternal storage, setting up office
furniture, cleaning and garbage
collection. Must have basic
knowledge of electrical,
air-conditioning and plumbing;
must be able to read and write.
Valid driver's license, car and
police certificate. Bahamians
only need apply to: PO B Box
N272.

WATER SPORTS ACTIVITIES
CO-COORDINATORS
Candidates must be team ori-
ented, have a positive attitude,
energetic and out going with
good judgment and leadership
qualities to ensure maximum
enjoyment for all clients, candi-
dates: must have first-aid certifi-

cation.

WATER SPORTS
SUPERVISOR
Candidate must have strong
leadership skills, positive aatti-
tude, strong work ethics , team
oriented, maintain a safe, se-
cure and healthy work environ-
ment, must be able { operate
a small vessel, sailing skills a
plus, STCW certificate; mari-
time license a plus; also first

aid and CPR training.

Salary commensurate with ex-
perience please email re-
sumes/c.v. to:
aquamarinewatersport@ hot
mail.com, or

call:(467-7379)

SALESPERSON
Booth selling handbags and
fashion jewelry. No — students
please. 323-7302

URGENTLY NEED MAN that
own car lot, Garage to store,
sell 03 Mitsubishi.Nativa
$10,000.Ph: 426-3604



‘for

MATURE LADY
weekly work, days, or baby
sitting at nights. 434-7653

looking

to work at].

POSITION _
_WANTED __

EVELYN ROLLE with good
record, experience. Asking you
for a job to work as kitchen
helper,sales, clerk,

construction worker, office
assistant. Evelyn cell number
426-3604 urgently

HONEST, RELIABLE LADY
seeks job as full time
‘Housekeeper or baby- sitter.
428-6684.

LADY looking for days work.
Telephone 558-9153.

LADY seeking job. Live-in
housekeeper, baby-sitter, or
elderly. Call 565-5643.

LADY SEEKS JOB as live-in
housekeeper.Ph:467-3009 or
392- 1889

MAID seeking days job or
weekly to bab-sit, ironing or
housekeeping. Contact
535-0668, 425-2236.

MATURE LADY seeks live-in
maid job with elderly, or
housekeeping.

Call 322-3720/558-7630.



SUMMER SPECIAL

On all Natural Hair Sytles,

2 Strand Rope Twist, Interlock,
Weave. WE DO IT ALL.
Call 544-7659

SMITH'S TIRE CENTER
Retail & Wholesale
Newly open opp KFC on
Carmichael Road.
Used Tires Special
13" thru 15" $25, 16" $30,
17"-22" $50.
Call:535-5481, 535-9737
ask for Smith.

24-HOUR
AIR-CONDITIONING &
APPLIANCE REPAIR
SERVICES
all makes , all models, installa-

‘| tion, sales & services, commer-

cial & residential. U.S. trained
technicians.
Ph:436-5065/544-61 87,

376-3682

PROM + WEDDING
PACKAGES
Hair, Nails Make-Up
$99.00
No sew, no glue extensions.
Ph:544-6187/423-4390
Natasha

BAHAMA Bouncing Castle
Special. oo 0O Rental.
341-8934

YAMAHA, MERCURY, Evin-
rude, Suzuki, full service ma-
rine supplies, new & used,
hard-to-find marine parts. New
& used boats, trailers & electri-

cal. Super prices, service and
repair. 436-5065, 544-6187,
376-3682.

THURSDAY, MAY

BUSINES
SERVICES ©
NATURAL LOCKS & BRAIDS
Professionally done at afford-
able rates.

Contact 525-7288
for an appointment.

NEED MONEY FOR: Medical,
Food, Rent, School Food, to
update your Mortgage, or Va-
cation.
Phone :322-8856/326-0883,
323-2984/448-0262

NEED A caregiver for the eld-
erly, maid, or babysitter, tem-
porarily or permanent.

Call 393-4840.

NEED YOUR Home, Office
cleaned?

Hire a Maid For a Day.
We offer professional timely
services.
Contact Ms Alexander today to

book appointment, 434-1765.

LIE DETECTOR TEST
AVAILABLE

*Limifed time special now until
May 15, 201.0 your test is only
$100.00 dollars

“If you call and make an ap-
pointment to have your test
completed within 12 hours of
this AD you pay only $50.00
dollars.

*You get to ask 10 questions,
which you will make up for the
suspected liar.

*If they don't have the courage
to come in with you, we can
do it over the phone.

*No more what if thoughts in
your mind.

*Restore the trust in our rela-
tionship.

*Take control of your relation-
ship today

“If. you suspect skeletons in
someone's closet, let us bring
them out.

*This special does not apply to
business.

*No more drama in your life.

*No more liars taking up all of
your time

*Don't be misled by lying lips
any further, and the truth shall
set you free.

*Don't continue to be anyone's
fool in love.

*Let God be true and everry
man b> aliat Romans 3:4)

E-. nail:
nustechnology1st @ gmail.com
Cell:(242)467-2162,
(242)432-5291, (242)432-6122,
or (242)376- 7933.

It's your life, take back control
of it!

$35.00 LAWN MOWING
Special for properties 6,000sq
ft or smaller in Carmichael,
Golden Gates, Cowpen &
South Beach area, 341-8934

BEST PRICES ON
PAINTING, PRESSURE
CLEANING AND TILING
JOBS. Cail 395-0753

SOLAR PANELS, wind
generators, alternative energy
solutions, sales & service of
existing alternative energy sys-
tems. Inverters new & used,
free estimates on new installa-
tions. U.S. trained technician.
436-5065/544-61 87, 376-3682
Family island services
available.

13, 2010,PAGE 33






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

WHEN THE BANK SAYS NO!
Money Finders says Yes!
Phone 322-8856, 326-0883,
323-2984/448-0262

LIQUIDATION SALE
Retail store liquidating
equipment. ;
Store shelves, floor fixtures,
and warehouse shelves.
MUST SELL!
Call 323-2037
to arrange an appointment.

eLOCKS FROM $35.00
*BRAIDS from $20.00
eKIDDIE STYLES $15.00
eNAILS from $14.99
Ph:324-7883

OPEN:8 a.m - 8 p.m

LUMBER JACK BOYS
Tyrone 7 Jermaine
Specializing in: ‘
Tree Trimming and cutting.
Tel: 392-3886, 426-0532
NO TREE TO BIG OR TOO
SMALL

MOTHER’S DAY
SPECIAL
Relaxers with Heainont, -$40.0
From $1 9.99
..From $25.00
.-From $45.00
P 4-7883

MOTHER’S DAY SPECIAL
Now that you have taken your
photos have them framed.







Braids
weave .





Face lift on cahinets.
Telephone:324-0012

PERSONS with extra cash be-
come a private lender with
Morey Finders and waich your
money grow!!
Phone :322-8856/326-0883,
323-2984/448-0262

“NOW PROGRAMMING
ALL
N Fusion Satellite, Receivers.
Phone 324-5467, or 426-1437.










Tammy Taylor - Full Set
(Hand or Feet) $30
Regular Acrylic Nails $20
Pedicures $20
Appointments. MON -THURS
7:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m
Walk-Ins Welcome:
FRI & SAT 6:00 a.m to
7:00 p.m
Tell:558- 2819 or 455-6450
CALL TODAY!
if your nails lift within 2 weeks.
Ww will repair it FREE!
Satisfaction Guaranteed!





PAGE 34, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010

“BUSINESS _
SERVICES

BROTHER JUNGLE
TRUCK FOR HIRE
Hauling Fill, Soil
Also: Remove furniture, trash,
etc.

° ’ Telephone
395-7194/392-8808/376-0693
GET YOUR YARD CLEAN

For $50.00 a month.
Call 359-2582.

HAIR & NAIL
Booth For Rent or Private room
for Barber or Facial & Massage
with cable, phone, c/air. Tel
341-0420, serious person only.

HAIR BRAIDING
BY MELISSA
We Make Free house calls.
Ph: 362-1151. Cell: 324-7588
or 326-7588

HAIR BRAIDING
Cheapest Price.in Town
Children under 5 years.....$610
Children over 5 years...... $20
Tel:341-0992/502-3900



HAVING PROBLEMS with

your Computer?
Can’t get online?

Virus problems, software
installation & hardware.
Computer keep freezing up?
Don’t worry we'll fix it
Starting price $40
Tel:242-454-81783 ask for Cliff.

K-9 TRUCKING & CUSTOM

BROKERAGE
Foxdale Subdivision
Call Anthony and Son
P.O. Box EE-17153
Tel:242-357-3787
Fax:242-324-6641
Customs is our business
You pile it we tote it!!

Let MONEY FINDERS put all
your loans together and make
one easy payment (Consolida-
tion!)
Phone :322-8856/326-0883,
323-2984/448-0262

Get RID of
Stinging Bees.
Call for price.

393-3939

BLUE LEAF GLOBAL
TEL: 677-5179

E-Commerce Solutions
Kounye-a-op ori nov
sevis:
Tamkou: Transfer
Carte de Credit
-Eyap Ede-n sere lajan

' BRAIDS SPECIAL
Corn row .........eee From $25.00
Kinky Twist .-From $40.00









Rope Twist ..$70 and up
Shingles .. From $50.00
Microw Sh ..From $90.00
Kids Natural. Styles

spebacpanndoen Tasiaeca senate From $20.00

. Phone 324-7883
Open 8am to 8pm Everyday.

HAIRSTYLIST
Specializing in:

Natural Hair Care, Lock Main-
tenance, Weaving, Braids and
Styles. X

556-7290/362-1116.

anpil |

~ BUSINESS



SERVICES

BLUE LEAF GLOBAL
INSTANT PREPAID
MASTER CARD.
Call us today @ 677-5179
Guaranteed Approval

$39.99 SOFTWARE SPECIAL
We carry Windows XP Home,
XP Pro, Vista, Windows 7, Mi-
crosoft Office 2007 & 2003,
Point of sale p.o.s) etc. We
carry all types of brands of soft-
ware. We deliver. Call
425-7904

ALL ELECTRONIC REPAIRS
Televisions, Computers &
Appliances, A/C, Repairs

Installations
NFusion programming
Plumbing Services.
Tel 395-008, Mr Fix-It.

THE BEAUTY ZONE EMPIRE
HAIR SALON NAIL TECH &
BARBER SHOP

Braids, Weav-
ings, 28 pieces, Natural hair
care, creative styles, eye
lashes, booths available.

Mother’s Day Special

10% off

Call for appointment
558-721 1/525-7353
Walk-ins welcome at 7th Ter-
race, off Collins Ave and Fritz
Lane. Driving west on 7th Ter-
race, last house LF (green/
white)

Open: 7 days per week,

- 8am-8pm.

Locks, Twists,





NAIL CLASSES
Space is limited.
Payment plans available.
Call 676-2845

LEARN TO SWIM
Professional experienced
instrcutors.. Private + semi

private lessons.Guaranteed |
Results
Ages 1 to ageless adult.
Call 362-1492

BGCSE 1 —

, BJC 1 (2010)
-Math
-English
-Sciences
-Entrepeneurship
-Management
8-week course begins June 1,
2010
‘Register Now 325-5060

SUMMER SCHOOL
Tutoring, Computer and
Foreign Language Classes
Ph: 393-1855, 423-5339

CREOLE CLASSES
Cy certified Instructor.
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#24 Antonio Drive, Bamboo
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Phone 392-5814.

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$185.00 ;
BABY CHANGING STAND $40
TEL: 424-3230

WHITE NEVER USED
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$550 ono. 361-1387-433-6482.

FOR SALE
Hot dog ereng for sale
$1500
Ph: 361-0177

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AND LINENS SALE
Gain Detergent:
80 loads $16.00
180 loads $33.00
Downy Softener:
60 loads $9.00
90 loads $13.00
Clorox Bleach:1.42 gals. $5.50
Niagara Starch $1.75
Airwick Spray $2.00
Lysol Spray 19 oz. $7.00
Joy Liquid 90 oz. $10.00
Pinesol:
15 oz. $2.00
48 oz. $5,00
60 oz. $7.50
175 oz. $15.00 ¢
Comforters:
Twin (3-piece) $60.00
Full (7-piece) $80.00
Queen (3-piece) $65.00
Grlecet $75.00
7-piece) $85.00
King (7-piece) $90.00
and Queen (8-piece)
Quilted Bedspread:
Queen (4-piece) $50.00
Sheet Set:
Twin $30.00
Full $35.00
Queen $42.00
King $45.00
Free Delivery purchases $20
and above
Tel: 324-3374

FOR SALE
1 bedroom set, fridge, center
table front room couch, tv. Call
( by cell phone only) 466-1317.

FOR SALE
5 pc Living Room Set $650
_vJ.V. C System $150.00
Ph: 454-4477

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. Today to Sunday
Phone 362-6040 / 465-0260

New True 3-dr beverage cooler
only $3,800

Lg bedroom fridge $150
Family stove & fridge $625
9cu.ft. chest freeer $450
7cu.ft. freezer $350

New lg upright freezer $525
Family sz fridge fr $299
Microwave oven fr $60
Elec/fam stove fr $299
Stack washer/dryer fr $699
Whirlpool Ig washer fr $350
Elec/gas dryer fr $250
Heavy duty treadmill $399

| Elec treadmill $270

Exercise bike fr $50

Legal & letter filing cabinet fr
$60

Dell Computer flat screen
monitor $350

Typewriters elec fr $50

9 drawer bureau fr $90

13” TV fr $90

19” cable TV fr $199

27” cable TV fr $299

32” cable TV fr $299

48” cable TV fr$399
Vacuum cleaners fr $75
Leather queen sofa $350
Sofa bed black leather $325
Sofa bed & love seat $350
Double sofa & chair $325
Fruton $199

Queen mattress set $270
Single mattress set $175
Wheel chair & walker $199

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Wedding Dress
Furniturss
Other Items
Tel:468-4126 from
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$400

25” TV (Sharp) $350
Telephone 324-1700

FOR SALE
Iphone 3G 550 2G 475
HP 14.1 laptop 575
Tel:434-7251

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Everything included. $1900.00
Phone 425-5073 .

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4 closet doors
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364-0839, 325-7045.

RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT
Hoods, tables, chairs, grills, fry-
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table. Tel 322-3605.

TWO SODA MACHINES
FOR SALE $900 EACH.
CALL 426-1436
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USED HOT DOG CART
For sale.
$2,700.00, Good condition.
Cash & carry.
Serious calls only. 341-8934

NEW ARRIVALS
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YSG. MOTORS is having a
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LEAVING ISLAND :
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700

$ :

22” TV $150

Electric air curtain $150

Wine glasses & kitchen items.
2 end table $75

436-8874

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A soft top convertable
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52” AQUA SHARP LED
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427-6832.

LIKE NEW 21 speed Keanton
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Three in custody after
Jamaican man shot dead

TWO American men and
a Cuban-American man are
being held by police for ques-
tioning in the shooting’ dear
ofa Jamaican man on Bimini
early yesterday morning.

According. to reports,
around 2.30 am Wednesday
morning, police were notified
that a man had been shot in
Bailey Town. When officers
arrived at the scene, they
found a man with dreadlocks,
believed to be a Jamaican,
suffering from. gunshot
wounds to his back. The man,
who has not been officially

identified but is said to 24-"

years-old, was taken to the
local clinic where he subse-
quently died from his injuries.

~~Police say that they are ques-
tioning three men, ages 27, 39
and 43.

“The guy wasn’t really from
here. There hasn’t been real-
ly any major reaction over the
incident,” one Bailey Town

resident told The Tribune yes-'

terday. According to the res-
ident who chose to remain
anonymous, the victim had
allegedly attempted to rob
' some visitors. He noted that

SEE page 11

To Russell released without
charge in missing man case

By PAUL G TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter -
pturnquest@tribuhemedia.net -



HAVING been held in police custody for 96 hours in con-’_

nection with the disappearance of German multi-millionaire,
Johannes:Maximillian Harsch, Cat Islander Ezra Russell was
yesterday released by police without charges.

Maintaining his innocence in the entire affair, Mr Russell
claimed that he was the victim of a “wicked” conspiracy, and
said he found it strange that he would be arrested and held for
so long.

In an interview with The Tribune moments after beins,

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By ALESHACADET : :

LADY Edith Turnquest,
| the wife of former Governor |
General Sir Orville Turnquest,
died in a London hospital yes- F
terday. .

Lady Turnquest, 80, who
suffered a serious stroke on
Saturday morning while.vaca- -
tioning in London with her
husband and eldest grandson,
underwent neurosurgery and remained in a
coma until her death at 6.50pm (London

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Brenton Smith
relatives set to

start legal action

By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net

FAMILY’S CTV CHa

RELATIVES of Brenton
Smith are ready to start legal
action against the government as
employer of the police officer
who shot the teenager dead.

Parents of the teenager shot by
Fox Hill police officer Detective
Corporal Kelsie Munroe on July
11 last year and his grandmother,
Shirley Smith, plan to file a writ
of summons seeking civil dam-
ages tomorrow.

Lawyer Damian Gomez rep-
resenting the family said they
believe evidence presented in the
coroner’s inquest into the teen’s
sudden death also justifies legal
proceedings.

And the Smith’s legal counsel
| is seeking a transcript of Coro-

SEE page 12

Govt unable to
commit to potable

water expansion

By ALISON LOWE
Tribune Staff Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net .

; VIOLA CAREY (green shirt),

1 mother of stabbed Atlantis

} employee George Carey (in
picture frame), raises her.
hand to her head yesterday.
Grieving relatives of Mr

| Carey spoke yesterday about

THE government is unable to
commit to when it will be in a
position to extend a quality
potable water supply to areas of
The Bahamas where water is cur-
rently “inadequate” as. its
finances are “challenged,” the
Prime Minister said.

Prime Minister Hubert Ingra-
ham told parliament that the
' “demand for water and water
infrastructure is great” through-
out the country and while the
government has “spent a consid- °
erable sum of money in seeking
to improve and increase the sup-
ply of potable water to Bahami-
ans” a further expansion of this
service will likely have to wait.

He was responding to a ques-
tion from South Eleuthera MP
Oswald Ingraham, who asked
him during Opposition question

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death sometime after 10am on May 2. Offi-
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AN acrobatic. per-
former delighted the
school children attend-
ing the Casual Cal
Bumping Big Show Cir-
cus yesterday morning.
The six-day circus event
was officially launched
at the Kendal G L Isaacs
Gymnasium. The
remainder of the shows

' until Sunday will have
matinees and evening
performances at 10am
and 8pm respectively.

A pain defying d

Grief-stricken relatives of George Carey speak of tragedy

By AVA TURNQUEST
aturnquest@gmail.com

GRIEVING relatives of
stabbed Atlantis employee
George Carey have spoken out
about how his death last week
Tuesday continues to haunt
them.

Dressed in memorial shirts,
some relatives struggled to
maintain their composure as
they recounted memories'of the
man who was laid to rest the
day before Mother’s Day.

Their only solace is the pact

’ they have with each other, a

promise to always say “I love
you” before they part each day.

His, mother, Viola Carey
said: “The last thing I said to
him was ‘I love you’. I called
him back to the door and I held

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him and told him that I loved
him.”

Ms Carey said that every day’
she finds herself searching for _

her son’s face in a crowd or lis-
tening out for his voice.

“The house feels empty,” she
added. “I keep thinking he’s
going to come to the window
and say ‘mommy open the
door’.

Hurts

“Tt hurts, it really hurts. I
can’t describe it. It’s like a pain
only you can feel.”

His sister added: “Every day
I’m still searching for his face.
Looking at every bright boy as
if its him.”

The R M Bailey Senior High
School graduate and Atlantis
employee was the fourth of six
children and his mother’s eldest
son.

A family member said: “He
was everyone’s big brother. He
never said no, especially if he
knew you needed something
more than him. He would give
you his last. You couldn’t help
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Mr Carey was described as
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employee, often going above
and beyond his job description ©
to earn extra money as a life-
guard, a bellman, or valet park-
ing attendant. Mr Carey lay ina
coma for three days at Princess
Margaret Hospital after the
stabbing incident in the Wulff
Road area on April 24.

His mother said: “To see him
when I went to the hospital, to
see his lifeless body... He could-
n’t say a thing to us, but we got
signals that let us know that he
was aware of what was going
on. Tear drops from his eyes or
his heart rate would go up so
we knew that he was aware but
he just couldn’t respond.”

Another family member said:
“We miss and love Georgie
dearly and no amount of tears
can bring him back.”

Police Constable Kenneth
Gibson, 29, of Sandilands, Vil-
lage Road has been charged in
connection Mr Carey’s death.
He was arraigned before Chief
Magistrate Roger Gomez in
Court one,'Bank’ Lané;"on™
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THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010, PAGE 3



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@ Three employees taken in for questioning

NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter
nnicolls@tribunemedia.net

CENTRAL Detective Unit
officers raided the office of
an unlicensed business pur-
porting to offer financial ser-
vices and took three employ-
ees in for questioning.

The Securities Commission
of the Bahamas issued a state-
ment advising the public that
the business ‘Lamont Pays the
Bills’ is not licensed to con-
duct money lending services.

The company had been
advertising the issuance of no
interest personal loans rang-
ing between $1,000 and
$5,000.

“The management of Lam-
ont Pays the Bills have been
instructed to cease and desist
all of its business operations,
including the accepting and
processing of new applications
with immediate effect. Fur-
ther, the commission has
ordered the deposits of all
pending applications be
returned to the relevant appli-
cants without delay,” the
statement said.

The Securities Commission
is the regulating body for all
money lending facilities and
activities under the Financial
and Corporate Service
Providers Act (FCSPA), 2000.

According to the FCSPA,

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loan scheme offering up to $5,000 this week.

money lending without a
licence is a criminal offence.

The police raid was con-
ducied at the business’ third
office location in less than a
week.

Vacated

It vacated its Palmdale
office on the weekend, and
left its Carib Street office
Wednesday after falling out
with the landlord.

After a late night move to
an office on Cordeaux
Avenue, it was back in busi-
ness on Thursday morning.
About 50 customers were said
to be inside the office when
police arrived.

Sources said the police
locked the doors and took the

PM asked about harassment
allegation involving FIU
director Reginald Ferguson

House hears of woman lawyer’s resignation

By ALISON LOWE —
Tribune Staff Reporter .
alowe@tribunemedia.net

MP for Fort Charlotte
Alfred Sears yesterday raised
the possibility that a woman
lawyer resigned as legal coun-
sel for the Financial Intelli-
gence Unit because of alleged

“harassment” by FIU direc-

tor, former police commis-
sioner Reginald Ferguson.

‘Mr Sears put the allegation
to Prime Minister Hubert
Ingraham in the form of a
question during Opposition
“question time” in parliament
yesterday. Mr Sears, who
asked two questions in total,
queried whether the prime
minister, as minister respon-
sible for the FIU, could
“explain the circumstances
behind the resignation of the
legal counsel” at the unit.

The FIU is one of several
units responsible with polic-
ing the financial services
industry, and in particular,
fighting money laundering
and terrorism financing.

Mr Sears questioned Mr
Ingraham as to whether an
“allegation of harassment on
the part of the director of
FIU” has come to his atten-
tion, before going on to state
that he “understands it (the
harassment) has been raised
with a member of Cabinet.”

Mr Ingraham said he
“knows nothing and nothing
has come to his attention” in

-relation to any allegation
against the director.

“T am not aware of any alle-
gation made against him, but
if you say that such an alle-
gation has been made, I shall
find ont and I will be happy to
respond.to you. And, of
course, whenever there is an
allegation of harassment, the
police ought to be advised so
that the matter can be inves-
tigated by the police also.”

He later added that he was
advised that the legal coun-
sel at the FIU did not include
in her letter of resignation,
“any allegation of sexual
harassment at all”.

Mr Sears interjected angri-

ly that he never mentioned |

sexual harassment, merely
“harassment”. He added that
it is his understanding that the
matter has been raised with
a member of the Cabinet, “if
not in the letter.”

Mr Ferguson was appoint-
ed director of the FIU earlier
this year, after demitting
office as commissioner of
police. It is not clear when the
legal counsel resigned her
post at the unit.

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names of everyone inside.
They did not handcuff the
three women employees, but
took them in for questioning.

“People scattered when the
police came. They walked off
briskly to go in their cars. The
road was blocked off by the
police. When the reporters
came they fled,” said an eye
witness.

Assistant Superintendent
Michael Moxey of the Com-
mercial Crimes Unit said the
police are investigating the
matter.

“It is a tragedy. It puts me
under the impression that the
Bahamian people will do any-
thing for a quick dollar. In
this time of high unemploy-
ment, the recession, if people
feel there is an avenue to get

money that does not put too
much pressure on them to pay
back, and with no interest,
they will jump on it. It is just
natural for people to look for
a way to get things without
working for it,” said an off
duty police officer who visited
the office after the raid.

The officer said he came
because he was thinking of
applying for a loan — after
being pressured by his wife.

Even after the office was
closed by police, some patrons
insisted the operation was a
legitimate business.

“You know why it get like
this? Bahamians — they carry
on too bad. I spoke to the
woman this morning and she
said she was going to her
lawyer to straighten it out.
This is not a scam. I know a
police officer who got $5,000
last month,” said a woman

who had come to inquire

about her loan.
A man who claimed he
received a $4,000 loan, said

he thought the business was ~

just trying to do a good thing.

Asked if he would assist
police in the investigation, he
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dence and J already got my

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EDITORIAL/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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NULLIUS ADDICTUS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI

A CALLER to the Krissy Love radio talk
show last week — in a discussion as to
whether the image of Sir Stafford Sands
should be on our $10 bill — said that to under-
stand Sir Stafford one would have to under-
stand the times in which he lived.

“Sir Stafford Sands was a creature of his
times,” said the caller. “It was the times in
which he lived that made him think the way
he did and do the things that he did.” In his
opinion Bahamians were not sufficiently
mature to accept that position, but in fact
that is the way all history should be under-
stood — in its own context, in its own time.
To do otherwise would distort the facts.

The times in which Sir Stafford lived were
times of racial prejudice.

A person of colour could not go to such
public places as theatres, hotels, restaurants
or even Bay Street barbers who cut only the
white man’s hair. Sir Stafford bought into the
idea introduced to these islands in an earli-
er generation by American hotelier Henry
Flagler, who in 1898 built the British Colo-
nial Hotel (then a wooden building) and
convinced the Bahamian power structure of
those days that white Americans, particu-
larly those from the south, would not fre-
quent the islands if there was a mixing of the
races.

And so to protect the tourist industry that
he had taken from a short term winter resort’
to a year-round money spinner, Sir Stafford
was intent on keeping the hotels,-and any
area that a visitor might frequent, exclusive.

This was a matter over which Sir Stafford
and Sir Etienne Dupuch — who in 1956 was

“threatened with arrest on the floor of the
“House when he introduced a Resolution to

break down racial discrimination in public
places — battled for most.of their political
lives. Eventually Sir Stafford saw the light,
but as Sir Etienne was to write of his friend
on his death, it was too late when the scales
fell from his eyes.

“If you want to see a monument to the .
business genius of.a man...look around you
in the colony today,” Sir Etienne wrote in
1972. “Still... he was not a wise man in the
all-important area of human relations. The:
time came when Stafford saw the light. But
it was too late...” However, it was not too
late for these two strong men in their per-
sonal relations. They each respected the oth-
er, and in the end the two arch enemies
closed their lives, the closest of friends.

Sir Stafford was an enigma. There were
those who called him.a-racist. There were

“others, mostly persons of colour, who would

resent such a suggestion. There were two
sides to the man.

One caller to the Krissy Love show was
one of the many who could say with all sin-
cerity: “I don’t think he was that much of.a
racist. He was good for black people.” She

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History can’t be changed to suit politics

said her aunt was a nanny for Sir Stafford’s
daughter, and she as a child wore many of his
daughter’s hand-me- downs. “He was good to
us, We were So poor.”

There was another, a constituent in his
City district, who told of his concern for his
constituents who had outside toilets and how
he gave them money to improve their situa-
tion.

In 1940, said another caller, “our econo-
my was rock bottom — there was nothing in
this country, there was no way out for us.”
She said Sir Stafford took his own money
and went around the world to build the
country’s tourist industry and because he
was white he was able to bring people in. He
took the police band on his trips with him.
“They were all blacks,” she said, “he ensured
that they had good rooms in hotels, he
ensured they were treated with respect and
he joined them in their rooms. His own mon-
ey paid for these trips.”

She told how he took care of the enter-
tainers and how he made certain that such
Over the Hill nightclubs as the Cat and Fid-
dle and Silver Slipper prospered.

Troubadour Nat Saunders was on the

show and admitted that as far as entertainers

were concerned the UBP government was
better for them than'their own black gov-

ernment. Qn another occasion and in a dif--

ferent context, entertainer Leroy “Duke”
Hanna said: “Sir Stafford Sands projected us,
all of us, the great bands headed by people
like Freddie Munnings Sr, the musicians,
the dancers, the singers, the showmen...Sir
Stafford made sure we were there on every
tourist campaign trip. Culture was tops and
well appreciated under Sir Stafford and his
colleagues. But it just started dying after
1967...” ©

Yes, it started dying as the race card was
being played loud and clear to create hatred
and suspicion .vr the purpose of dividing
Bahamians and winning elections.

Today, the PLP au those tainted with
their tacial hatreds have come, in the words
of Mark Antony at the bier of Julius Caesar,
not to praise him, but to inter the good that
he has done in this country with his bones, so
that whatever evil they might have perceived

in him can grow, prosper and be enshrined _

for posterity. However, Sir Stafford touched
and uplifted so many Bahamian lives that we
do not think that Fred Mitchell and his ilk
will be able to strike.him from the $10 bill in
the future.

As one caller told Krissy Love, Bahami-
ans have to learn they cannot change their
history to accommodate their political agen-
da. And, what we must also'remember: The
history of the Bahamas did not start.in 1967.
Many sacrifices were made by many
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When will

Cable Bahamas
live up to its

EDITOR, The Tribune.

I am doing my civic duty. I
have agreed to be a voice
for the frightened and the
weak, also the people who
are being taken advantage
of. We must do all we can
to level the playing field,
now.

I am not going to tax my
brain with dates and time,
neither am I going to
remember exact quotes but
if my memory serves me
right, in the initial negotia-
tions between the Bahamas
Government and Cable
Bahamas, they were sup-
posed to bring cable to the
entire Bahamas. I am not a
wordsmith but I know. the
meaning of a few words.

Many ycars ave elapsed
and millions of dollars of
raw profit has been realised
by Cable Bahamas and
there are still many areas
where there has been no



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cable and no attempt or
intention to put cable in
places like parts of Long
Island, parts. of South
Eleuthera and others.

How come government
has not forced Cable
Bahamas to live up to the
agreement?

Light poles are there,
BaTelCo has service there
and still no cable.

Who is fighting for these

people? This nonchalant.

attitude of the authorities is
not conducive to a pleasant
relationship.

When will Cable Bahamas
live up to their obligation.
No more baloney about dis-
tance, the deal was the

entire Bahamas. When are ©

the innocent people who

gation?

deserve to have cable just
like the people on Paradise
Island and Lyford Cay going

‘to get it? The people of

Long Island and South
Eleuthera are waiting for
their just due. The people
have had enough of the dis-
respecting excuses. It is
downright insulting to say
the least. ,

This same practice has
been allowed to continue
with developers who collect
people’s monies promising

’ to put in the necessary infra-

structure and pave roads.
But nothing is ever done
and the developer-who usu-
ally has connections gets off
scot free.

Hello - is anybody there?
All Bahamians deserve to
be treated the same.

IVOINE

W INGRAHAM
Nassau,

May 11, 2010.

Disgracetul treatment on
arrival in the Bahamas

EDITOR, The Tribune.

Yesterday my wife and I returned from
New York on Delta at around 12.30pm.

After disembarking on the plane we got as
far as the area where there used to be a
revolving door before the escalator to Immi-
gration when we entered a queue.

The escalator was not working so people

were queuing on the stairs.

The fire alarm had gone off briefly with an
ear splitting noise,so we thought maybe

there was a fire.

After 20-30 minutes we were still there
and some people began to go down the esca-

lator so we followed.:

At the bottom were some officials at a

booth.

It was now obvious from looking into the
Immigration Hall that there were huge

go through the resident’ s desk where there

~ tion.

desks.

was no queue. Not one of the officials
thought of advising the people in the queue
who perhaps had never been to the
Bahamas before what was the problem and
the likely time they would get to Immigra-

The point of the letter is that there were
only four officers on the visitors Immigration

The Bahamas desperately needs tourists
and the first impression and probably the

most lasting is how you are treated on arrival

in the country.
Yesterday it was a disgrace with unhappy

kids in the queue, irritated parents and

bored passengers and what has the Immi-

gration Department got to say for itself?

queues at the Immigration counters.

We asked one of the officials why there
was a problem and although we. got no
answer we did ascertain that residents could

- Students should not be taught to strike

EDITOR, The Tribune.

Iam shocked and disgusted
with the activities and state-

ments of the College of the

Bahamas, Teacher’s Union.

N-7984 © | Nassau, Bahamas.

‘“ The Hand That Rocks The

Nassau,

. Don’t they realise they are

“Teachers”?

What are they doing teach-
ing the college students they
now have in their classes, that
if yow’re not happy with any-
thing your boss is doing, or if
you’re not getting everything
you want, or it’s taking too
_long— go on strike!

The Bahamas is in for a lot
of trouble in the years ahead
as, when these college stu-

May 7, 2010

And a more pertinent question — how is the
Civil Service controlled?

PATRICK H FHOMSON:

dents have graduated and are
out there working, they'll start
to put into practice what they
learned from their teachers!
If they’re not happy with
something/anything where
you’re working — help organ-

- ise, the go on strike.

HARRISON
TBALLARD
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MP: women’s influence on
men can contribute to crime

By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
tthompson@tribunemedia.net

PRESSURE on men to provide
their partners with money or goods
is a contributing factor to rising levels
of crime, Bain and Grants Town MP |,
Dr Bernard Nottage said. i

During the debate for a resolution
requesting the appointment of a
Select Committee on Crime in the
House of Assembly yesterday, the
Opposition MP said many men will
go to great — and sometimes criminal
— lengths to satisfy the desires of the
women in their lives.

This, he said, is a symptom of materialism’

gripping Bahamian society.
"One of the things that we have to really be
aware of Mr Speaker is this whole question of

the influence of women on men who commit '

crimes. Because we are a very materialistic soci-
ety and we like things and things cost money
and most men that I know would do whatever is
necessary to make sure that their woman has
what she needs," said the former health minis-
ter. :

"If she needs new clothes, she needs a hair-
do, if she needs a car, if she needs jewellery. ..
She expects the man to find the money".

He surmised that many men incarcerated
today may have been driven to a life of crime in



\ order to find quick cash for their part-

ners.
: "T dare say if you carried out an
interview of men in prison, whether
# they are drug dealers, whether they
Pay are serial law breakers, whether they
fe are murders and you find out what
they were trying to get the money for -
you'd be surprised," he said.

He noted recent crime statistics
which reveal that for the first quarter
of 2010, murders were up 44 per cent;
B atempted murders. up 300 per cent,
armed robbery up 18 per cent, attempt-

anes ed robbery up 83 per cent and house-

breaking up 29 per cent — compared
to the same period last year.

Dr Nottage also took aim at the Ingraham
administration's plans to stamp out the scourge
of crime and fix the justice system, faulting
them for not working.

"We were told that the introduction of plea

bargaining was essential to reducing the backlog .
of cases. The law has not been brought into ~

effect some 21 months later," he said, adding
that the same is true for the promised elec-
tronic monitoring of hardened criminals out on
bail.

~The MP also lambasted the government! S
promised revision of the Bail Act — a measure
that will seek to place further restrictions on
the granting of bail - as an impotent legisla-
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Supreme Court hearing for Birbal attorney

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - Andre Bir-
bal’s attorney Carlson Shurland
will appear in the Supreme
Court today to argue that his
client cannot get a fair trial in
the Bahamas.

Following a fixture hearing
last Wednesday, Mr Shurland
filed an application for a consti-
tutional motion in the Supreme
Court. ;

Birbal, a 47-year-old Trinida-
dian native and former teacher
at the Eight Mile Rock High
School, is'accused of having
unnatural sexual intercourse
with two male students.

The trial is set to be held May
31 through June 3 in Freeport.

Birbal is accused of having
intercourse with a male under
the age of 18 between January,
2002 and June, 2007 while in
Grand Bahama.

It is further alleged that
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Mr Shurland has asked the
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Birbal to assist with his legal
expenses.

He said Birbal had been incar-
cerated in the United States for
a year and has no job.

“He was gainfully employed
as a teacher and suspended
pending investigations and has
been unemployed since then,”

Mr Shurland told presiding Jus-:

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The Caribbean
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China in Nassau

THE Caribbean and the
People’s Republic of China
held talks in Nassau this

week to discuss matters of _

mutual interest and the fur-
ther development of rela-
tions.

Deputy Prime Minister
and Minster of Foreign
Affairs Brent Symonette
presided over the 4th Round
of China-Caribbean Consul-
tations at the Paul Farquhar-
son Conference Centre at the
Police Hea cquariers on
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Caribbean countries who
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with China.

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reaffirms the relevance of
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- commenced some eight years
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“The consultations were
born out of a desire to devel-
op friendship and compre-
hensive co-operation and to
provide an opportunity to
engage in open and frank
dialogue on issues of mutual
importance.

“This partnership repre-
sents an impressive model of
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-and one of its most signifi-
cant aspects is that it exem-
plifies a model of diplomacy
for the mutual benefit of
both peoples in areas usually
not defined by equity, Mr
Symonette said.

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the United Nations Security

’ Council and the important *

role the country plays in the
ongoing deliberations regard-
ing the reforms of the Secu-
rity Council. ;

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- economic crises confronting
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Caribbean economies are
with the rest of the world and
‘the need to forge relation-
ships which foster dialogue,
co-operation, collaboration
and mutual benefits, he said.

Since the inception of the
China-Caribbean Consulta-
tions, both parties have wit-
nessed an increasing number
of high level visits between
the respective countries,
expanding co-operation;
increased trade and the con-
clusion of financial and tech-
nical co-operation agree-
ments.

Both sides feel this pattern
of important activities augurs
well for the future of the
partnership, Mr Symonette
said.

Anniversary

Since the last meeting in
Beijing, Mr Symonette not-
ed, China successfully hosted
the 29th Olympiad and
opened the Shanghai Expo-
sition 2010, at which the
Caribbean is represented. He
also congratulated China on
its 60th anniversary.

Mr Symonette expressed
condolences to China fol-
lowing the April 2010 earth-

quake that hit that country, .

' particular

while commending that coun-

try for its support to Haiti

following the January 12,

2010 earthquake.

He also mentioned that the
issue of climate change is of
concern to
Caribbean states, and that
the region welcomes China’s
support of the 16th Confer-
ence of the Parties (COP 16)
in Cancun, Mexico in
December 2010.

“The significance of the
China-Latin America and
Caribbean relationship is
reflected in China’s Policy
Paper on Latin America and
the Caribbean, which speaks
to developing friendship,
cooperation and economic
development,” Mr Symon-
ette said.

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membership in the
Caribbean Development
Bank and its recent mem-
bership in the Inter-Ameri-
can Development Bank and

-other initiatives such as Chi-

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Bahamas Ambassador fi:
for fund that benefits region

By KHYLE QUINCY
PARKER
Press Attaché

Embassy of The Bahamas

WASHINGTON, DC -
Bahamas Ambassador and
Permanent Representative to
the Organisation of American

States Cornelius A Smith is
arguing in favour of the reten-
tion of an OAS fund that
focuses on regional coopera-
tion and sustainable develop-
ment.

Ambassador Smith believes
the future of this fund is “in
jeopardy.”

LOCAL NEWS

The ambassador spoke at
the Civil Society Hemispheric
Forum plenary session on
“Cooperation and Develop-
ment” held in the US capital

last week.

He addressed the group in
his capacity as chair of the Per-
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of the Inter-American Council
for Integral Development
(CEPCIDI).

The forum was organised by
the OAS Departinent of Inter-
national Affairs vith the sup-
port of the American and
Canadian governments, and
was designed to stimulate dis-
cussion, exchange ideas and
propose recommendations by
civil society ahead of the 40th
Regular Session of the OAS
General Assembly, to be held
in June under the theme
“Peace, Security and Cooper-
ation in the Americas.”

The ambassador focused his
remarks on the future of
FEMCIDI - the unique hemi-
spheric fund and its novel
approach to development
cooperation.

FEMCIDI is the Special
Multilateral Fund of the Inter-
American Council for Integral
Development (CID]).

He told the forum he was
“deeply concerned. that the
future of FEMCIDL is in jeop-
ardy.”

FEMCIDI is a fund estab-
lished to contribute to the
financing of national and mul-

- tilateral hemispheric cooper-

ation programmes, projects
and activities carried out

under the OAS’ Strategic Plan:

for Partnership for Develop-
ment. Ambassador Smith

argued that ¥
FEMCIDI
“offers space for
actors from mem-
ber states to deter- *
mine and design solu- ““%
tions for their most press- â„¢
ing issues.’

“FEMCIDI also provides
member states the option of
focusing exclusively on nation-
al interests through nationally
focused projects or extending
projects to many countries
which face similar challenges,”
he said.

“This option is important as
it builds upon and further
strengthens the ideals of hemi-
spheric cooperation.”

Ambassador Smith pointed
out that FEMCIDI relies on
the voluntary contributions of
member states. Therefore, he
said, the fund embodies the
spirit of multilateral coopera-
tion. The fund, he said, has
benefitted. member states
tremendously and its opera-
tions are governed by strict
statutes, which are carefully

' monitored by the Secretariat.
“Based on statistics, the

majority of member states,
and in particular, the small and
more vulnerable states, have
received multiples of their
contributions in terms of the
value of projects from which
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and in
some
as cases, over
10 times their contri-
bution,” the ambassador said.

He noted, however, that due
to budgetary constraints and
growing concerns about the
functioning of FEMCIDI,
member states are reviewing
their level of financial support
to the fund.

“Recognising this need to
ensure its sustainability and to
create a better functioning,
more effective cooperation

.platform, a working group,

under the able: chairmanship
of Canada, and building on the
‘progress of an earlier working
group headed by the United
States, is presently reviewing
- FEMCIDI to make it more

. transparent and relevant to

member states’ development
needs,” he reported.

The ambassador said he
hoped that whatever reforms
are made to FEMCIDI, pre-
serve the fund and, embody the
ideals of the effective cooper-
ation.

Ambassador Smith also
remarked on Civil Society par-
ticipation in and benefits from
FEMCIDI. He pointed out
that FEMCIDI has intimately
involved civil society. ¢

“This grassroots approach
to development does so much
more than address the urgent
developmental needs in a
country. FEMCIDI transfers
important project design, man-
agement and evaluation skills
to its participants,” he said.

The ambassador outlined a
litany of projects funded by,
FEMCIDI, including the set-

|

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“Young Entrepreneurs Train-
ing and Development Pro-
gramme’; a multilateral ‘Pro-
ject on Drug Abuse Preven-
tion in Child Oriented Poli-

; cies’,,and a project focused on

the ‘Equalisation of Opportu-
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emisphere adopts drug strategy

Bahamas’ presence at anti-drug
meetings in US seen as critical

By KHYLE QUINCY
PARKER

Press Attaché
Embassy of The
Commonwealth

of The Bahamas

WASHINGTON, DC -
Director of the Bahamas
National Anti-Drug Secre-
tariat (NADS) Captain
Godfrey Rolle last week
travelled to the US capital
to attend a series of anti-
drug meetings — one of
which led to the adoption of
an Hemispheric Drug Strat-
egy.

He said it was critical for
the Bahamas to be present
during these meetings.

“International policies are

determined at this level,” Mr _

Rolle explained.

“We have to be present
here to.present our peculiar
situation tothe wider body,
so that when policy is made,
it is not to the exclusion of
the Bahamas.” '

An example of that policy
is the new- Hemispheric
Drug Strategy 2010, adopted
by the Inter-American Drug
Abuse Control Commission
(CICAD) — of which the
Bahamas is a member — on
May 3.

Mr Rolle also attended a
meeting of the Governmen-
tal Expert Group (GEG)
associated with the fifth
round of the Multilateral
Evaluation Mechanism
(MEM) of the CICAD.

The CICAD is the anti-
drug arm of the Organisa-

tion of American States

(OAS).

In what Mr Rolle saw as
the organisation’s “crown-
ing moment,” it created the

MEM some. years.ago.to.......

examine anti-drug policy

and activity in OAS mem:

ber states.

In addition to the govern-
mental experts meeting, Mr
Rolle represented the
Bahamas at the 47th Regu-
lar Session of the CICAD,
which adopted the Hemi-
spheric Drug Strategy 2010.

“We have to be present here to pre-
sent our peculiar situation to the wider
body, so that when policy is made, it is
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For that meeting, Mr
Rolle was accompanied by
Sergeant David J Ramsey,
a supply reduction officer at

. NADS.

Now that the hemisphere
has adopted the new strate-
gy, the next step is to craft a
Plan of Action — which Mr
Rolle termed “the opera-
tional side.”

Action

Following that step, the
creation of a National Anti-
Drug Plan — still a work in

’ progress.in the Bahamas —

would make the hemispher-

ic strategy and action plan

country-specific.

the importance of being pre-

srisent: at such meetings,
argued that no country is

“an island unto itself.”

In addition to being able
to put across the peculiar sit-
uation facing the Bahamas,
he identified. as a benefit the
opportunity to learn from
the experiences of other

Mr. Rolle, quizzed about ,

Captain Godfrey Rolle

countries. “Drugs is transna-
tional, trans-boundary,” he
said.

Mr Ramsey, whose expe-
rience prior to being sec-
onded to NADS includes
time with the Royal
Bahamas Police Force Drug
Enforcement Unit Strike
Force, time with Operation
Bahamas Turks and Caicos
(OPBAT) and time with the
Financial Intelligence Unit
investigating money laun-
dering, stressed the fact that
the Bahamas does not exist
in a void.

He said Bahamians could
no longer afford to live in
isolation, or they will be tak-
en by surprise when world
affairs exert an effect on
Bahamian policy.

“There has to be some
level of awareness of what
is going on,” the Sergeant
Ramsey said.

The goal of the anti-drug
meetings was to see how
OAS member states are
using their resources and
technical expertise to best
address the drug:problem in
the Western Hemisphere.

“Everything seems to be
morphing into everything
else,” Mr Rolle said, noting
the appearance — for exam-
ple — of marijuana fields in
the Bahamas, a country not
usually associated with drug
production, but rather with
transit and consumption
issues.

The recommendations,

notes and additional ques-
tions of the GEG will now

be sent back to member
states to help refine the
response to the MEM.

For the Bahamas, Mr
Rolle will coordinate the
NADS response.

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At the event, which was held
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at Christ the King Anglican
Church, the students received
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theme ‘Get.a Jump Start into |

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GBPA business licence to upcoming high school areglates:

High school graduates learn
about business ownership

GRADUATING
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edge about the advantages of
business ownership at a recent
career fair in Grand Bahama.

licence would also allow them
to be able to make deliveries in
a company bonded vehicle and
service customers using office,
equipment that was also
acquired duty free, she said.

In addition, her presenta-
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enforcement of zoning restric-

tomer relations manager.at the-..-tiens:~

Grand Bahama Port Authority
(GBPA).

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licencee.

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to her youthful listeners, in he
introduction she raised the sce-
nario of an individual waking in
the morning, getting dressed,

. driving to work, opening their

business establishment, mak-
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their customers.

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imaginary person was aGBPA
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NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the Thirtieth (30th)
Annual General Meeting of THE PUBLIC
WORKERS’ CO-OPERATIVE CREDIT UNION
LIMITED, will be held at the British Colonial
Hilton Hotel, Bay Street, on Friday, May 21,
2010,.commencing at 6:30:p:m. for the following

* To receive the report of The Board of

+ To receive-the Audited Report for 2009

* To elect members of The Board of Directors,
Supervisory Committee and Credit Committee

* To discuss and approve the budget for 2011

All eligible-members, wishing to run for a
position on the Board of Directors, Supervisory
Committee or Credit Committee, are asked to
submit their names. to the Credit Union's Offices
in Nassau or Freeport, no later than Monday,
May 17th, 2010, by 4 p.m.

ALL MEMBERS ARE URGED TO ATTEND

REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED!

“In Freeport, there is specif-
ic zoning for each category of
business, for example you
should not have a mechanic
shop operating in a residential
area,” Ms Colebrooke said.

Restrictions also apply to the
type of business licences and
permits that are issued.

Therefore, Ms Colebrooke
reminded her audience that
whilst GBPA grants permits
for food, straw, fish, or veg-
etable vendors, they do not

- issue permits for phone card

street sales.

As an aid to preparing them
for future business ownership,
Ms. Colebrooke offered this
advice on inspiration, innova-

---tion and initiative.

* “You need to look for inspi-
ration because it’s inside all of
you and resolve to be better
than anyone else you’ve ever
known.

With regards to innovation
and initiative, she said, “Which
market will you focus on? Are
you original, or do you just
want to go into the type of
business you see other people
doing? Do you have a propos-
al for your business? Do you
have a driving force to ensure
that the business works?

“TI think that too often we
just want to make the quick
money but I encourage you to
look beyond that and imagine
and dream os she said.


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THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010, PAGE 11



(COS eee as
Lady Turnquest

dies at age 80

FROM page one

released from police custody,
Mr Russell said at no time did
he ever threaten the life of
Mr Harsch, 46, and in fact last
saw him in January of this
year when the German
bought some gas from his ser-
vice station.

“He was in no way doing
business with me, and neither
with the company (Marlin
Enterprises, which Mr Rus-
sell co-owns with Robert Law
Jr who was also taken into
police custody for question-
ing),” Mr Russell said.

While Mr Russell had been
an outspoken critic of the
area’s current representative,
attorney Philip “Brave”
Davis, he yesterday thanked
Mr Davis and his firm for
assisting him in this troubling
ordeal along with his other
legal counsel, Roger Minnis.

Reiterating Mr Russell’s
remarks, Mr Minnis said that

his client was released by the.

police with no conditions
attached.

“There is no evidence, they
hardly asked him any ques-
tions. There is no bodv! It is
seven years after there is the
presumption of death. This
man has only been missing for
seven days. And they want to
try and hold people for what?
They don’t even move that
fast for missing children.

“So, either there is some-
thing they know that we don’t
know, but there is no evi-
dence to hold these persons
with this missing person, if in
fact he is missing,” Mr Minnis
said.

Mr Russell continued that
this entire ordeal has shown
him that the justice system in
the Bahamas is in need of
repair.

“All the evidence that, I
gathered on the outside states
that I could not possibly have
had anything to do with this.

“It hurts me to see that two
foreigners of this country got
involved into some kind of
argument or altercation and
the first person they picked
up is a black boy! Why? This
is totally unfair, and totally
outrageous that I was held for
96 hours and only asked a few
questions. This foolishness has
to stop,” “Mr Russell
exclaimed.

Mr Harsch is reported to

have disappeared from a pri-:

vate home that he had rented
near the prestigious Feynan-

dez Bay Village and Resort. . .

US men held
over murder

FROM page one

with the increasing develop-
ment of the island, criminal
activity can be expected. The
resident also pointed out that
the island is lacking the prop-
er medical facilities to deal
with major medical emergen-
cies. “If anything major hap-
pens we don’t have the facili-
ties to deal with it here,” he
said.

Rev Benjamin Bailey, who
has lived in Bimini all his life
told The Tribune, “That was a
very unfortunate incident. It is
always ‘a sad situation when
someone is killed, especially
in a small community like
Bimini. I haven’t really heard
many people saying anything
about it though.”

and spoke with officers at the

Ezra Russell
is released

His private jet and yacht are
still in Cat Island, however,
he has not been heard from or
seen since last week Wednes-
day.

Additionally it was report-
ed that the family of Mr
Harsch travelled to the
Bahamas earlier this week

Central Detective Unit yes-
terday. It is unknown what
the outcome of these discus-

sions may have been. EZRA RUSSELL

PM: Bahamian economy is sick patient
FROM page one

point of having difficulty in funding even “essential services.”

Mr Ingraham was speaking in the House of Assembly as
one of several ministers of the government who were called on
to respond to questions from the PLP parliamentarians during
Opposition “question time.”

Shane Gibson, MP for Golden Gates, asked the Prime Min-
ister if the government had a “cash flow problem” which is pre-
venting it “from paying outstanding monies owed to vendors.”

Mr Ingraham said: “The answer is no, but the Government
is stretched in terms of its financial capacity and its ability to
fund its essential services and that is a reality with which we
must come to terms, and we propose to come to terms with that
in the shortest possible time.”

He said that when parliamentarians return on Wednesday,
May 26, to hear the budget presentation for the next fiscal
year, they will “hear some of the medicine we propose for our
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time) on Wednesday. Her
husband and their three
children and one of her
grandsons were with her. at
the time of her death. Sir

‘Orville served almost seven

years as Governor-general
with Lady Edith by his side
from 1995 until late 2001.

National Security Minis-
ter and MP for Mount Mori-
ah Tommy Turnquest told
The Tribune yesterday: “It
is with profound sadness
that I advise of the passing
of Lady Edith Turnquest,
80, in a London hospital,
having suffered massive
bleeding to the left side of
her brain on Saturday past.”

In a statement issued to
The Tribune, Prime Minis-
ter Hubert Ingraham said:
“On behalf of my colleagues
and my wife I express sin-
cere condolences to her hus-
band Sir Orville"Turnquest,
our former Governor Gen-
eral and a fellow colleague
for many years.

“Lacy Turnquest will be
remembered for so many

~ réasons, now too difficult to

enumerate. Not only was
she wife, mother and grand-
mother, the epicentre of her
immediate family, but she

also included in her extend- .

ed family many nieces and
nephews, cousins, godchil-
dren and members of her

church family,” he said.
“Lady Turnquest sup-
ported her husband in
everything, and more. par-
ticularly during his service

to, thé Bahamian people,

most recently when he
served as Governor Gener-
al. Her support for her chil-
dren was unequivocal.”

Mr Ingraham added:

“Aside from her commit-_

ment to her God, her
church, her country and her
family, she also generously
gave of herself to so many
others from far and wide,
welcoming -them into her
home where she was a host-
ess par excellence.”

“A kind and giving per-
son, she was nonetheless,
forthright in her views and
advice, always displaying a

‘Keen sense of humour and

sharp wit. She will be great- -
ly missed,” he said.
“T also offer condolences





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ner William Campbell’s sum-
ming up to the jury that they

‘intend to present to the Attor-

ney General’s office with legal
reasons to justify prosecution
of the officer.

The seven-member jury
was presented with four pos-
sible verdicts: manslaughter

_ by means of excessive force;

manslaughter by means of
gross negligence; self-defence
and an open verdict. ;

DC Munroe was exonerat-
ed of all criminal implications
when the seven-member jury:
unanimously agreed the offi-

cer had acted in self-defence. *’
. fear that the life of the officer
. was in danger.

The police officer had
argued he was in fear for his
life when he came face to face
with the teen on a public foot-
path as he was responding to
an armed robbery at City
Market in Village Road on
July 9 last year.

Mr Smith’s family were
shocked by the result of the
inquest which dragged on for

‘six months with five adjourn-

ments and his father
described it as a slap in the
face.

“We are confident an
objective review of the evi-
dence produced at the coro-
ner’s inquest provides the
basis to commence criminal
proceedings against the police
officer,” Mr Gomez said.

“It isn’t normal to have a
policeman shooting citizens

Brenton Smith

who are not armed and not
involved in criminal conduct.

“It’s absolutely mind-bog-
gling that you could be walk-

_ ing down the street minding

your own business, complete-
ly within the terms of the law,
and be shot by an armed
policeman who is under an
obligation to protect and

. serve the public.

“He claims he was in fear,
but there was nothing that
Brenton Smith could have
done or had in his possession
which could give rise to a fear
at all and more importantly a

“This is not something that
can be overlooked and’ we
ought not to live in a society
in which life is so cheap that
persons can kill and no prop-
er explanation be given.

“We are hoping that he is

- properly prosecuted, and ulti-

mately we will get relief from

the courts, but obviously a. ~

message needs to be sent to

ensure that citizens of this -

country are able to live with-
out fear of the police.”

DC Munroe was: not
removed from the force
throughout the inquest, nor
was his firearm confiscated
after Mr Smith was killed with.
a single bullet from his ser-
vice. weapon.

“The fact this officer is now

BRENTON SMITH



on the force is.even more
chilling to law-abiding citi-
zens,” Mr Gomez said.

“The most frightening thing

‘about this is that the people

who live there have no choice
about where they live.
“The message this sends to

_ those people is that they could

be shot and killed while going -
to buy groceries.”

The Smith family is seek-
ing aggravated damages for -
the attack on their son, as well
as exemplary punitive dam-
ages awarded for misconduct
of a public officer which has a
cap of $100,000, in addition

. to the normal compensatory

damages.

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claims may be raised by the
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WITNESS testimony in the Mario Miller mur-
der trial yesterday stirred more emotional reac-
tion from the deceased’s family.

Mario Miller,28, was found dead with multiple
stab and chop wounds about his body in bushes
near the Super Value food store in Winton on
Saturday, June 22, 2008. Brothers Ricardo Miller,
alias ‘Tamar Lee’, and Ryan Miller, alias ‘Manny’,
are charged with Mario’s murder. Both men are
on bail.

Their first trial ended four weeks after it began
in January, 2006, when the court learned that a

_ juror sitting on the case was closely connected to

a family member of the accused. The second tri-

al was declared a mistrial on October 7, 2008,
_ when the jury failed to reach a,unanimous verdict.

Detective Sergeant Howard. Bethell testified
yesterday that on June 24 he visited the morgue
at the Princess Margaret Hospital where he saw
the body of a light skinned male, identified as

Mario Miller by his father Leslie Miller. He told

the court that he collected Mario’s blood stained

from his left hand and right foot. He said that he
packaged the items and on June 26 submitted
the items to the police forensic laboratory for
‘analysis. A blood stained T-shirt and a blood
stained multicoloured shirt were then exhibited to
the jury. Mario’s mother, Helen, began to sob and
had to leave the courtroom, while being con-

- soled by her daughter, Yasmin.

Corporal Jason Anderson testified yesterday

‘that on the afternoon of June 22, 2002, he and

Detective Sergeant James Colebrook, acting on
information, went to the Super Value food store
in Winton.

He told the court that they arrived there
around 3.30 pm and were directed to the body of
a light skinned male. ;

He said that the man had chop wounds to his
hands, face and neck. Corporal Anderson said ©
that he collected blood swabs from the deceased:
The trial resumes today. before Senior Justice
Jon Isaacs. Attorney Dorsey McPhee represents
Ricardo, Miller, and attorney Richard Bootle rep-.-
resents Ryan Miller.



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1. BAHAMIA WEST REPLAT

SUBDIVISION - FREEPORT
LOT NO. 5 Block 17
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single
Family Residence, 4 beds / 3 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 0.28 acres
LOCATION: The subject property

is location on the northern side of
Churchill Court cul-de-sac.
APPRAISED VALUE: $307,000









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DEVELOPED RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL

2. CARAVEL BEACH SUBDIVISION - 9._.MALIBOO REEF ESTATES.
FREEPORT IVI ~FR
LOT NO. 75 oF NO. 104
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
Six-Plex Apartment Complex ‘Residential / Duplex
PROPERTY SIZE: 19,055. sq. ft. PROPERTY SIZE: 41,866.sq. ft.
LOCATION: The-subject property is LOCATION: The subject property is
located en Bonita Lane and Bluefish located Galleon Avenue & Outrigger:
Street. ~ ‘Court.

"APPRAISED VALUE: $567,000














































































































4. BAHAMIA NORTH SUBDIVISION - 7.



FREEPORT.
LOT NO. 7 Block LN Unit 1

_ PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:

Incomplete Single Storey
Apartment structure

PROPERTY SIZE: 0.98 acres °
LOCATION: The subject property
is located south on Cadwallader
Jones Drive, :
APPRAISED VALUE: $91,000)

SUBDIVISION - FREEPORT.

LOT NO. 170 Block 7

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single
Family Residence, 4 beds /2 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 0.25 acres
LOCATION: The subject property is
located on the western side of St.
Andrews. Drive - a minor cul-de-sac.

APPRAISED VALUE: $307,000

6._ CARGILL CREEK SETTLEMENT -

ANDROS
LOT NO. 30

“PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:
Duplex Apartment Building
PROPERTY SIZE: 21,000 sq. ft,
LOCATION: The subject property

* is situated on the east side of the

Queens Highway.
APPRAISED VALUE: $188,000



FREEPORT CITY SUBDIVISION - 10. HAWKSBILL SUBDIVISION —
FREEPORT. FREEPORT

LOT NO. 5, Block “J" LOT NO. 124 :
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single:

’ Condominium Apartment No. 2419
2 beds / 2 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 1,177 sq. ft.
LOCATION: The subject property
is located at Janseal Court
Condominium, East Mall Drive.and
East Atlantic Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $85,000

8. GRASMERE, UNIT 1 SUBDIVISION

-FREEPORT.

LOT: NO. 3 Block 15

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single |
Family Residence, 3 beds / 2 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 13,500 sq. ft.

LOCATION: The subject property is

located on Glenburn Drive and East
Indiaman Road. —
APPRAISED VALUE: $173,000

... GRASMERE UN BDIVIS!

> FREEPORT

LOT NO, 13, Block 1 Unit 1
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single.
Family Residence,.4 beds/ 3 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 18,000 so. ft.
LOCATION: The subject property is.
tocated north of S, Ringwood Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $283,000



1... BAHAMIA MARINA SUBDIVISION, 7. DERBY SUBDIVISION -

FREEPORT

LOT NO. 10 Block 31
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 0.38 acres

LOGATION: The vacant fot is
located on Hampshire Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $35,000

2. BAHAMA SOUND - EXUMA
LOT NO. C-9431 Sectian 12
PROPERTY SIZE: Waterfrant
Residential Lot, 10,000 sq. ft.

LOCATION: The vacant lotis

located 5 miles southeast of George
Town.. Eighty feet of the property is

facing Lancaster Road.
APPRAISED VALUE: $40,000

3. BAHAMA SOUND - EXUMA
LOY NO. 6521 Section 8 East
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 10,000: sq, ft.

LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located 11 miles west of George
Town and 2 miles northwest of
Moss Town Afrport.

_ APPRAISED VALUE: $30,000 -

4. BAHAMIA NORTH SUBDIVISION -

FREEPORT

LOT NO. 10, Block AN, Unit 2
PROPERTY SIZE: Duplex,
12,000 sq, ft.

LOCATION: The vacant lot is

located at the intersection of Woods

Rodgers Drive and Santa Matia
Avenue North. «
APPRAISED VALUE: $50, 000

~ FREEPORT.

LOT NO. 291

PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 0.32 acres ;

LOCAFION: The vacant lot is
located along Joseph Pinder Drive
(an unpaved rae east of Polaris
Drive.

APPRAISED VALUE: $57,000

6._ BRITANNIA SUBDIVISION -
“ FREEPORT,
LOT NO. 292

PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family

Lot, 0.32 acres

LOCATION: The vacant lotis
located along Joseph Pinder Drive
(an unpaved road); east of Polaris
Drive.

APPRAISED VALUE: $55,000

Lot, 0.23 acres.

LOCATION: The vacant lot is

located on the south side of Kay

Avenue West of Drayton Street.
intersection.

_ APPRAISED VALUE: $15,000

13. HOLMES ROCK, GRAND ,

Family.Residence, 1 bed /1 bath
PROPERTY SIZE: 5,400.89. ft.
LOCATION: The subject property is
located on Abaco Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $70,000

11, HAWKSBILL SUBDIVISION -.

FREEPORT

LOT.NO. 141

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single
Family Residence, 3 heds / 2 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 0.12 acres
LOCATION: The subject property
is located on the northern side of
Inagua Place.

APPRAISED VALUE: $104,580

12, HUDSON ESTATE SUBDIVISION ~
FREEPORT

LOT NO. 102

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single
Family Residence 3 beds / 2 baths
PROPERTY SIZE: 0.29 acres
LOCATION: The subject property is

~ located south on Explorer's Way.

APPRAISED VALUE: $150, 000



acres:

LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located onthe northeastern.
intersection of Langton Lane and
Langton Court.

APPRAISED VALUE: $45,000

APPRAISED VALUE: $300,000

Incomplete Single Family
Residence, 3 beds / 2 baths



16, ROYAL BAHAMIAN ESTATES /

43. LINCOLN PARK SUBDIVISION 18. RO
FREEPORT SUBDIVISION - FREEPORT
LOT NO. 1 Block.51 Unit 3 LOT NO..14 Biock 3 Section B
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION:

Incamplete Singla Family residential
Structure

PROPERTY SIZE: 0.41 acres PROPERTY SIZE: 0,34 acres

Lo SATION: ‘The ‘subject property LOCATION: The subject property

is located on the solithern side of is located on the eastern-side ofa.

Crossjack Road, minor street called Madeira Lane

APPRAISED VALUE: $126,456 and east of Beach Way Drive.
APPRAISED VALUE: $67,000,

14. MURPHY TOWN - ABACO a Hyg ;
LOT NO. Crown Allotment #77 17. WINDSOR PARK SUBDIVISION -__
Parcels “A" and “B” FREEPORT .

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single LOT NO, 22 Block 2.

Storey Structures PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single

PROPERTY SIZE: Each 7,000'sq. ft. storey Duplex, 3 beds'/2 baths

LOCATION: The subject property Units

is situated on Great Abaco. Harbour PROPERTY SIZE: 0.34 acres

Rodd off the main Murphy Town LOCATION: The subject property is

Road. Bet facing the southern side of Regant

APPRAISED VALUE: $135,000: Row: a minor street connecting to.
Watertall Drive: .

.. QUE =F ‘APPRAISED VALUE: $356, 000°
LOT NO. 5 Block 25 : . Base
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Singis 18. YEOMAN WOOD SUBDIVISION —
Family Residence, 3: beds /.2 baths FREEPORT
PROPERTY SIZE: 0.22 acres - LOTNO. 26 Block 55 unit 2
LOCATION: The subject property PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Single

is located’on Victoria Lane south of
Whitehall Place.
APPRAISED VALUE: $1 70,000



FREEPORT BAHAMA_
LOT NO-Y Biéck:17 Unit 3 LOT NO. Tract of Land (orto NO. 52, Block 16, Unit S
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family : PROPERTY SIZE- Duplex, -

_ Lot, 0.30 acres Lot, 0.20.acres. 14,800 sq. ft.
LOCATION: The vacant lat is LOCATION: The vacant lot is: LOCATION: The vacant fat is:
located-on Queens Highway and located on the southern side of located on the northeastern corner
Dagenham Drive. Queens Highway and eastem side of Moor Drive and Moor Close.
APPRAISED VALUE: $33,000 of PC-Plaza. APPRAISED VALUE: $45,000

APPRAISED VALUE: $20,000 si

.... DERBY | Nd s 20. LUCAYAN ESTATES SUBDIVISION.
FREEPORT 14, HUDSON ESTATES SUBDIVISION, -~FREEPQRT
LOT NO. 2 Block 4 Unit 2 EREEPORT LOT NO, 18: Block 112 Unit 12
PROPERTY SIZE: Multi-family LOT NO. 393 PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Canal Front Lot, 0.35 acres PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family Lot, 1.0 acre,
LOCATION: The vacant Jot is Lot, 7,493 sq, ft. LOCATION: The vacant lot is.

. located on.the western side.of a * LOCATION: The vacant lot is: located on the western side of
minor cul-de-sac called Lindsell located on Nansen Avenue & West Rutland Road, a minor unpaved
Road which connects to Lindsell of Coral Road. road. which.connects to Awston
Drive. APPRAISED VALUE: $34,000 Drive. :
APPRAISED VALUE: $120,000 ‘ es cee APPRAISED VALUE: $9,000

k N GREE! = : ;
FREEPORT LOT NO. 3 Block 16 Unit 2 7
LOT NO. 11 Block 2.Unit3 PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family LOT NO. 10 Block 32 Unit3
PROPERTY SIZE: Duplex Lot, 0.35 Lot, 20,250 sq: ft. PROPERTY SIZE: 1.2 acres
acres. a LOGATION: The vacant lot is LOCATION: The vacant lot is:
LOCATION: The vacantlotis located on the southern side of'a located on the northwestern part of
located on the western side of Pearl minor street called Fulton Lane-and the Clarendon Road and Alnwick
Drive and Pearl Close. East Sunrise Highway. . - Drive East intersection.
APPRAISED VALUE: $44,000 APPRAISED VALUE: $47,000 APPRAISED VALUE: $10,500
10. G D BAH AC 416. LINCOLN GREEN SUBDIVISION.-.. 22. LUCAYAN GLEN SUBDIVISION -
SUBDIVISION - FREEPORT FREEPORT FREEPORT
LOT NOS, 22-A, B, G & H Section 1 LOT NO. 46 Block 16 Unit’5 LOT NO. 1 Block 7 Unit’§
PROPERTY SIZE: 1.49 acres PROPERTY SIZE: Single. Family PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
combined. Lot, 13,800 sq, ft. Lot, 0.37. acres.
LOCATION: The vacant lots are LOCATION: The vacant lot is LOCATION: The vacant:lot is

: located-on.the southern side:of located on the southern side of located on the'southern part of the
McGregor Boulevard. ce Moor Drive & Moor Close. Edgaware Street and Edgeware
APPRAISED VALUE: $48,000 APPRAISED VALUE: $30,000 ‘Road intersection.

= ‘ ae APPRAISED VALUE: $15,500.”
11.. GRAND BAHAMA EAST. 17.. LINCOLN GREEN SUBDIVISION -_
LOT NO, 220 Block ‘E" Section’2 LOT NO. 10 Block 3'Unit 1 FREEPORT
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family PROPERTY SIZE: Duplex, 0:38 LOT NO. 37 Block 17 Unit 1
Lot, 0.23 acres / acres. with foundation PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
LOCATION: The.vacant lot is LOGATION: The vacant lat is Lot,.0.37.acres.
located on the northwestern side of located on the western side of LOCATION: The vacant lot is
Okamua Avenue, Ludford Drive. located on the northern side of Total
APPRAISED an $15,000 APPRAISED VALUE: $86,000 Avenue.
APPRAISED VALUE: $15,500.
12. GRAND IN ION -
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located east of Sussex Drive.
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PROPERTY SIZE: 0.23 actes
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LOT NO. Crown Allotment #49
PROPERTY SIZE: Multi-family
10,000 sq.ft.

LOCATION: The vacant fot Is.
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APPRAISED VALUE: $28,000

LOT NO..27 in Crown: Allotment
#125.

PROPERTY SIZE: Multifamily
15,000.sq. ft.

LOCATION: The vacant fot is:
situated off the Front Street of
Murphy Town.

APPRAISED VALUE: $37,500

LOT NO. 23 Block 21

PROPERTY SIZE: Multi-Family Lot,
17,500 sq. ft.

LOCATION: The vacant property

is located on the southern side of
Bartlow Road and Fortune Bay
Drive. i

APPRAISED VALUE: $55,000

FREEPORT

LOT NO, 57

PROPERTY SIZE: Duplex Lot, 0.29
acres

LOCATION: The vacant lot is.
located.on Gladstone Terrace.
APPRAISED VALUE; $26,000

LOT NO. 38 Block 9 Units.
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family
Lot, 0.22 acres

LOCATION: The vacant lot is
located on the southern side of
Fiddlers Green.

APPRAISED VALUE: $20,000

LOT NO, 18 Block 16 Unit 3
PROPERTY SIZE: Single Family

, ot with incomplete. building to belt,

’ 0.97 acres ;

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of Fiddlers Green and Egret Circle.
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time in parliament yesterday
when the Government might
take steps to improve the
worsening “water situation”
in the communities of
Tarpum Bay and Rock
Sound in his constituency.

“I have for the past three
years asked this government
and of course the previous
government to consider
doing something abut this
water situation. Of course it
has steadily gotten worse and
I expect if people continue
to use and drink the water
it’s going to cause some seri-
ous illnesses. Before that
happens I’d humbly ask once
again the honourable Prime
Minister when something will
be done about this water,”
said the MP.

Mr Ingraham said the gov-
ernment is “painfully aware
of the inadequacy and poor
quality of water in Tarpum
Bay and Rock Sound,
Eleuthera.” |

The Prime Minister said he
himself “felt like he was in
the sea” when he took a
shower in Tarpum Bay on a

Govt unable to commit to

potable water expansion

He added that “many parts
of The Bahamas suffer in the
same way from poor quality
water (including) Long
Island, Crooked Island, Ack-
lins, parts of Andros, all of
Cat Island, parts of New
Providence and parts of
Grand Bahama.”

Road repaving plans for
Mackey Street, Soldier Road
and part of Bay Street all
have to wait until the gov-
ernment can replace water
mains under them at a cost
of several million dollars,
noted Mr Ingraham.

“The demands for water
and water infrastructure are
great, huge. We.empathise
with the people of Rock
Sound and Tarpum Bay.
Your matter is under active
consideration. The Govern-
ment is challenged in terms
of its financing, the Govern-
ment has had to extend its
borrowing beyond acceptable

FROM page one:

limits and beyond limits
where we thought we would
not go. We will do the best
we can. I cannot now give
you a firm date when Rock
Sound and Tarpum Bay will
Have its water of a quality
and quantity that is accept-
able, but I assure you that
the Government of The
Bahamas is mindful of its
obligation and willing, as
soon as it is able, to respond

positively to the needs and:
‘-requirements of the people

of Rock Sound and Tarpum
Bay,” he said.

Mr Ingraham also respond-
ed to concerns raised by a
number of MPs, including
Oswald Ingraham, about the
lack of cable television and
Internet access in their com-
munities. He said constraints
on the expansion of service in
this regard, as far as the gov-

ernment is concerned, are.

two- fold: cost and the fact



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that Cable Bahamas is a pri-
vate company, over which
the government merely acts
as a regulator.

However, the Prime Min-
ister said the government is
“doing its utmost to have

_ cable extended to those com-

munities that do not now
have it”, which include Man-
grove Cay, most of the com-
munities.in central Andros,
parts of Long Island, parts of
Exuma, parts of New Provi-
dence and parts of Grand
Bahama.

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body was examined. There were no signs of
foul play. The police subsequently escorted
the body to the morgue. Doctors officially
pronounced the man dead. In the passage of
time the autopsy was done. The body was cre-
mated. The remains have since been taken
out of the country,” said Assistant Commis-
sioner Hanna. ,

“If a person is being seen by a doctor over a ©

period of time for a particular ailment, the
doctor would normally attend the scene and
give a statement to the effect of whatever con-

. dition the-person was suffering,” he said.

Mr Tuckfield, who was a Florida native, was
the manager of the property where his body
was discovered, said Assistant Commissioner
Hanna. The daughter of the deceased admin-
istered his affairs. It is thought the body may
have been in the pool from late the previous
night.

Reports surfaced yesterday that the man
was found naked, floating in the pool. Specu-

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lation was raised.as to why police failed to
report the death.

* Lyford Cay Police with the assistance of the

Central Detective Unit investigated the sudden
death. Assistant Commissioner Hanna said it
was not announced to the public because there
were no suspicions of any criminal activity.
He said the victim died of natural causes, suf-
fering from a heart condition.

Unlike the Lyford Cay death, which was
not reported, police reported finding the body
of a man floating in the water to the rear of
Evans Condominiums, West Bay Street, Tues-
day.

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or the past two
years, Jarelle

Nairn has been ~

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lines as an assis-
tant coach with the Salisbury
University Sea Gulls women’s
basketball team.

Next month, Nairn is sched-
uled to come home with Sea
Gulls’ head coach Charissa
Mapp to host a free-for-all
girls basketball clinic.

Dubbed Ballin’ by the
Beach, the clinic is slated to
run 9am to 3pm June 16-18
at the Kendal Isaacs Gymna-
sium and will be hosted by
the Bahamas Basketball Fed-
eration.

“Tm definitely looking for-
ward to coming back home
and giving back to the com-
munity,” said Nairn, who ini-
tiated the move to bring the
clinic to-the Bahamas.

“Coach Mapp is so knowl-
edgeable of the game. She’s a
woman of excellence and so I
know that the clinic will be a
success just because of that.”

Nairn, a former member of
the Bahamas women’s nation-
al basketball team and a one-
time coach of the Queen’s
College Comets’ senior girls
basketball team, said it’s an
honour for her to provide the
necessary “exposure that the
kids need at home.”

“Just playing home, you
really don’t get a sense of
what the real competition is



JARELLE NAIRN

like. So it’s always good, to
expand your horizon and
have people from other places
come in and teach. I’m not
saying that the product at
home isn’t good, but it’s
always good to have a vari-
ety. :
“T definitely think this will
be a good start of what is to
come as far as the develop-
ment of women’s basketball
at home. I think it could
become an annual event, not
just with Salisbury, but with
other coaches as they work
with the kids at home. So this
is definitely a step in the right
direction.”

A 2006 graduate of North

Carolina Agricultural and

Technical State University,
Nairn is doing post-graduate
classes. She is expected to
graduate from Salisbury Uni-
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“It’s just a wonderful
opportunity for us,” Mapp
said. :

At the camp, Mapp encour-
aged the participants to come
prepared to have “fun and
learn the fundamentals of the
game.”

‘We plan to do what we do
at any of our camps. The fun-
damentals never change,
regardless of how old you are.
So we will start with ball-han-
dling and passing and then we
will go into defense and

rebounding.”

A former player of the Uni-
versity of North Carolina Tar

-Heels, Mapp. served as the

assistant coach at Temple
University for four years
where she earned her Mas-
ter’s degree in education.

Although she has been an
assistant coach at the Divi-
sion One level’ for over 13
years, Mapp is in her first
sting as a head coach.

As for her assistant, Mapp
said she’s just as delighted to
have Nairn on board. ~

“Jurelle is a true asset,” she
said. “It was just a pleasure
to work with her and to watch
her grow as a coach. As both

. of us have island roots, it was

comfortable to work with her.

SEE page 18

Top players to
compete against
all-new Bahamas
beach v-ball team

SOME of the best AVP
and EVP players in the world,
from Canada and the US, are
expected to compete against
the all-new Bahamas beach
volleyball team over the
weekend. ;

The event —a series of exhi-
bition matches in hopes of
kicking off the new Beach
Volleyball Association — is set
to begin 7pm Friday, May 14,
and run through May 16 at
the world famous Nygstd
Cay, Lyford Cay.

“These world class players,
who competed in Olympic-
calibre events and in the
world championships, are spe-
cial guests of fashion guru
Peter Nygard. They will play

an all-new Bahamas squad :

comprised of top national
team members and others
interested in the sport,”
according to,a press state-
ment.

“The Bahamas squad have
been practicing religiously in
anticipation of these meets
and are looking to show that
the Bahamas is not a team to
take lightly. We have been

~ practicing several nights a

week at Nygard Cay in prepa-
ration for these meets,” said
one of the Bahamas team
players.

“We don’t expect to go
down easily and we have had
the best training, watching
videos of these players and
doing other things, thanks to
Peter Nygard.”

According to the Bahamas
team member, Peter Nygard
has spared no expense in get-
ting these players ready.

“He has brought in these
world class players basically
to give the Bahamas players
more world-class exposure to
competition.

Mr Nygard said he wants
these players to have an
opportunity to develop their
skills and be the best that they
can be.

“T make sure they have the
best available to them, so that

Association



_ they can take advantage of

oe sport and the beauty of
” he said.

pe on iuiomnaton
received from an employee at
Nygard Cay, these players
work out religiously almost
every night, sometimes late
in the night.

“Peter himself competes
with the team, as he is a com-
petitor said the employee.
And as a result he works
them extremely hard because
of the level of competition
that he wants them to attain.
‘. “Beach volleyball is new to
the Bahamas, even though we
have lots of beaches. ‘The
Bahamas Volleyball Federa-
tion has been slow in sanc-
tioning this Association, but
that does not stop the play-
ers who are interested in the
sport,” said the team. mem-
ber.

Peter Nygard has three of
the best beach volleyball
courts in the world, accord-
ing to a world-class player
who represented the US at
the last Olympic Games.

“These players visited the
courts last year and were sur-
prised that such excellent
facilities are available, but the
sport is not yet sanctioned,
It’s really sad to see that a
country like the Bahamas has
not taken advantage of all of
their amenities to have beach
volleyball as a competitive
sport in the country,” said the

player.
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lose in 2nd
round

By RENALDO DORSETT
Sports Reporter
rdorsett@tribunemedia.net

AFTER months of injuries
and setbacks, Bahamian ten-

nis ace Mark Knowles-and his -

regular doubles partner had
their reuniting tournament
run ended abruptly.
Yesterday, Knowles and
Mardy Fish fell in the second
round of the Madrid Masters
Open after a hard-fought,
three-set match, 5-7, 6-4, 10-8.
The unseeded Bahamian
American duo were ousted
by the eighth ranked team of
the draw, Mariusz Fyrsten-
berg and Marcin Matkowski
of Poland, in a match that
took approximately 90 min-
utes to complete.
.The Polish pair will
advance to face the winner of

.the match between American

twin brothers Bob and Mike
Bryan and the team of Marco
Chiudelli and Benjamin Beck-
er.

With the win, Fyrstenberg
and Matkowski also improved
to 11-11 on the year, while
Knowles and Fish fell to 3-3.

Tied at three games apiece
in the opening set, the eight

‘seeds pulled away to take the

set as they won 51 per cent of
total points, while their oppo-
nents took 49 per cent.

Fyrstenberg and Matkows- .

ki scored on six aces, while
they also.forced Knowles and
Fish into five double faults.
They began the tournament
with a 6- 3° 6-1 win over’ the
Spanish team of Daniel
Gimeno-Traver and Ivan
Navarro earlier this week. .
It has been a difficult year
for the new partnership as
Knowles continues to search
for consistency after parting
ways with Mahesh Bhupathi.
In the ATP tour’s season

opener, a prelude to the Aus--

tralian Open back in January,
Knowles went down with an
injury in ‘Sydney, Australia,
in the first round as they
eventually lost to the Aus-
tralian team of Carsten Ball
and Stephen Huss.

The injury kept Knowles
sidelined for about a month,

- and he and Fish.reunited:in

Memphis, Tennessee, in Feb-
ruary.

They-advanced to the semi- -

final of the tournament but
lost to the American team of
John Isner and Sam Querrey.

The duo again saw action
in ATP World Tour Masters
1000 in Miami, Florida, but
were eliminated in the first
round by the Russian team of
Igor Andreev and Mikhail
Youzhny.

In April, Fish went down |

with an injury in the quarter-
final of a Masters event in
Houston, Texas, against the

team of Mischa Zverev of:

Germany and Horacio Zebal-
los of Argentina.

Knowles hdd to scramble
to find partnerships over the
course of the next few tour-
naments. :

In Monte Carlo, he part-
nered with Brazilian Bruno
Soares and ended the streak
in Rome, Italy, last week
where they failed to get out of
round 16.

Knowles teamed up with
Australian Lleyton Hewitt
with whom he reached a tour-
nament final, but lost to
Daniel Nestor and Nenad
Zimonjic in three sets.

In the first round of that
tournament, Knowles and
Hewitt knocked off Soares

. and Marcelo Melo in two sets.

Fish was originally sched-
uled to make his return at the
end of the month, but used
the Madrid Open as a tune-up
before the second Grand
Slam Tournament for the
year.

Knowles and Fish are now
setting their sights squarely
on the French Open at
Roland Garros, set for May
23 to June 6, in Paris, France.


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By HOWARD ULMAN
AP Sports Writer

WALTHAM, Mass. (AP) —
Glen Davis sat beside the prac-
tice court, recalling the last time
the Boston Celtics led a playoff
series 3-2.

That happened just last year
when an injured Kevin Garnett
had his own, seat at courtside.
He watched helplessly in street
clothes as the Celtics lost the
next two games to the Orlan-
do Magic in the Eastern Con-
ference semifinals.

Now Boston holds a 3-2 lead
in that same round against the

Cleveland Cavaliers. But Gar- ,

nett’s right knee is healthy again
and he’s playing some of his
best basketball.of the season.
His offense has picked up and
on Tuesday night he directed a
defense that shut down LeBron
James in a 120-88 rout in Cleve-
Jand.

“It’s a different Nanaane
when you’ve got one of your
star players | in there,” Davis
said ina son voice after a brief

practice Wednesday. “He can
carry a team with his actions.”
That’s what James usually
does. But one more loss Thurs-
day night in Boston and the
team with the NBA’s best
record won’t even reach the
conference final. Orlando
already has made it by sweeping
Atlanta in four games.

MVP

The league’s MVP had one
of his worst playoff games in
Game 5, finishing with 15 points
on 3-for-14 shooting after being
blanked from the field in the
first half. “We focused enough
on him getting to the basket. I
mean, my gosh, for (the first)
three games he basically had a
highway to the basket and our
thought was, we've got to get
bodies in front of him,” Boston
coach Doce Rivers said. “He’s
going to give us a great shot
(Thursday). We’re going to
have to take it, withstand it and
still win the game.’

The Celtics Big Three of Gar- |

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Garnett’s strong play boosts Celtics against Cavs

nett, Paul Pierce and Ray Allen
have been depicted at times as
too old to carry the team to its
second title in three years. They
totaled 37 points in a 29-point
loss in Game 3. But in Game
5, they combined for 64 in a 32-
point victory.

“When we play well, it’s
because of their experience,”
Rivers said with a smile. “When
we (stink) it’s because they’re
too old. That’s basically how
it’s been throughout and that, in
some ways, may be true at
times. But I would always lean
on the experience side.”

That’s where. Garnett comes
in. The 15-year veteran aver-
aged 14.3 points during the-reg-
ular season. But he has been
remarkably consistent against
Cleveland, scoring 18, 18, 19,
18, and 18 points in the five
games for an average of 18.2.
He also leads the team with 7.2
rebounds per game.

The Celtics want to feed him
in the post where the 6-foot-11
Garnett can work on his 6-9
defender.



KEVIN GARNETT gets a hug from teammate Paul Pierce (34) in
the fourth quarter in Game 5 of a second round playoff series in
Cleveland. The Celtics won 120-88 to take a 3-2 lead in the

series...
(AP Photo)

‘King’ James,

By TOM WITHERS
AP Sports Writer



INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) —

As a nation of critics dissected his rare .

poor playoff game, questioning his
effort, digging for deeper clues about
-his future and wondering if he has
what it takes to win an NBA champi-
onship, LeBron James worked on his
jumper.

As panic spread through the region,
swallowing his nearby hometown of
Akron and causing further damage to
Cleveland’s badly damaged sports psy-
che, James exuded “auiii.

There’s nothing I;> can do about
Game 5. It’s history MM.

Game 6 in Boston, however, is a
chance for redemption and. James
believes Cavaliers fans should be con-
fident. Why?, :

“They got me,” he said.

But which one? The league’s two-
time MVP? Or the guy who made 1 of
11 shots from the outside, stood



LEBRON JAMES, with a wrap around his
right elbow, brings the ball upcourt during

the first half of Game 3 in the second

round in Boston...
(AP Photo)

around passively on offense as the
Celtics pulled away to take a 3-2 series
lead and then raised eyebrows after-
ward by not being accountable and
saying, “I spoil a lot of people with
my play.”

One day after scoring 15 points in

the 120-88 loss — the Cavaliers’ worst ©

in playoff history — and being booed
by fans who wonder if they'll ever see
him play in person again, James, who
can leave Cleveland as a free agent
on July 1, said he and his teammates
understand their season, the one that
was supposed to end with a downtown
parade, is on the brink, “It’s win or
go home at this point,” he said. “All
these guys understand what’s at stake
and we look forward to it.”

Backed up against a wall, both lit-
erally and figuratively, James spent
nearly 12 minutes after practice on
Wednesday answering questions from

‘a media throng about the health of

his injured elbow; outside criticism
directed at Cavaliers coach Mike

Cavs still confident

Brown; his legacy; and postgame com-
ments by Cavs owner Dan Gilbert that
his All-Star laden team isn’t fulfilling
high expectations.

And for the first time, Famed!

referred to his elbow injury as “an
issue I'll deal with in the offseason.”

Mood

James was in a better mood than
after Game 5, when he was somewhat
somber and spoke with a sense of res-
ignation that he had done all he could.
He engaged in a competitive shoot-
ing game — at the basket closest to
the TV cameras — with teammates
before talking to reporters.

. At one point, he even joked he
should be given preferential treatment
because of his elbow, which has-been

- diagnosed as a sprain and is clearly

affecting his shot. “I’ve got a handicap

sticker on,” he yelled to teammates.

“You've got to give me special privi-
leges.”

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Woods

should
just call

it a year

By GREG STODA
The Palm Beach Post

WEST PALM BEACH,
Florida — He should quit for
the year.

Tiger Woods.should take
the time to heal — physically
and emotionally — to whatev-
er extent he can, and come
back to the PGA Tour for the
2011 season. He is apparently
headed for a divorce, has what
he’s guessing is a bulging disk
in his neck and has parted
ways with his swing coach.

Enough, already.

Woods walked off the TPC

Sawgrass course. during the

final round of The Players
Championship on Sunday with
neck pain'so severe his head

‘ached. and the fingers of his
‘right hand tingled. Now, he

should walk from whatever
schedule he has tentatively
planned.

. He’s living his whole life
tentatively, which is a miser-
able existence.

Woods won’t quit if he’s
able to play, of course, because
that’s how. he’s wired. “All I
can do is just fight,” is what
he. said during a Monday news
conference. Often, though, the
most imposing fight is the qui-_
et one a. man has with himself.

Woods quitting would have
less to do with surrender than-
it would rehabilitation. But if.
surrender is part of the
process, so be it. There’s the
matter of a greater good to
consider.

The Woads sex scandal has
resulted in a hellish, albeit self- :
inflicted, descent from iconic
status to a figure of ill repute.
“He’s carrying a great amount’
of shame, it seers to me,” said
John McCauley, a Boca
Raton, Fla.-based clinical and
sports psychologist. “He does-

“n’t appear to feel good about

himself. The spectators, in
some ways, are his jury.”

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NEW DELHI (AP) —
Organisers of the 2011 crick-
et World Cup will draw their
security plans based on this

year’s Commonwealth
Games in New Delhi.
“The “Commonwealth

Games will be the benchmark
for us about security arrange-
ments,” World Cup director
Ratnakar Shetty told the
Press Trust of India on
Wednesday.

The Commonwealth
Games, scheduled for Octo-
ber 3-14, will be the biggest
multiple sport event in India
since the 1982 Asian Games.

The cricket World Cup is
to be jointly hosted by India,
Sri. Lanka and Bangladesh
during February and March.

“Security is an important
aspect for organising any
event in the Asian subconti-
nent,” Shetty said.

“People have doubts...
because of events that have
taken place in this part of the
world.”

Shetty said cricket organ-
isers in all three host nations
had the support of their
respective federal govern-
ments, which was considered
vital for staging international
events.

The three co-hosting crick-
et boards had already
appointed their own national
security managers, he said.

Shetty said it was manda-
tory for the three cricket
boards to appoint their own
security managers.

He said the security man-
ager for each country would
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GRAPEVINE, Texas (AP) — Dallas Cowboys quar-
terback Tony Romo isn’t sounding too concerned about
life without five-time Pro Bow] left tackle Flozell Adams
protecting his blind side.

“T can’t worry about it,” Romo said Wedhecdey: “T
have to trust the people around me.’

That includes. fourth-year player Doug Fred, who is

expected to slide over to left tackle after starting the -

final seven regular season games last season on the right
side for injured Mark Colombo. It also includes newly
acquired Alex Barron and re-signed Montrae Holland.

“This will give us.competition, it will give us real expe-
rience if you add up all the games our offensive line has
played. That’s pretty impressive, and it gives us depth,”
team owner Jerry Jones said. “So I’ll be very candid
with you. I’m no longer concerned about the offensive
line at all. As a matter of fact, I like the mix.”

Romo hasn’t had the opportunity yet to throw passes
to first-round draft pick Dez Bryant. That will come
next week when the Cowboys hold the first of four con-
secutive weeks of workouts that will culminate with a
mandatory minicamp in mid-June. Training camp opens
in late July. “They say he’s pretty natural and fluid,”
Romo said of Bryant. “That’s obviously a good thing.”

Roy Williams is coming off a disappointing season
(38 catches, 596 yards, seven touchdowns) after Terrell
Owens’ departure cleared the way for him to be the No.
1 receiver. He expects to be better next season and wel-
comes the addition of Bryant, who the Cowboys got
with the 24th overall pick in last month’s draft.





PROMOTERS for Manny
Pacquiao and Floyd May-
weather Jr are trying to keep
expectations low while they
prepare for another round of
negotiations for what could
be the richest fight in boxing
history.

Pacquiao promoter Bob
Arum says he’ll soon start

‘talking to Mayweather’s camp

about putting together the
world’s top two welterweights
for a November 13 bout in
either Las Vegas or Texas.



Yet Arum and Golden Boy
CEO Richard Schaefer, who
represents Mayweather, both
refuse to predict success after

. their first negotiations fell

apart over drug testing dis-
agreements.

Arum says Pacquiao still
can train for a fight while han-
dling his new duties as a con-
gressman in his HAEYS, Philip-
pines.

He also says Padauiae
wants to fight three more
times before retiring.

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MADRID (AP) — Top-

“tanked ‘Serena Williams was

upset at the Madrid Masters,
falling 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 to Nadia
Petrova of Russia i in the third
round.

Williams made 41 errors,
while the.16th-seeded Petrova
had 10 aces on Wednesday.

Williams had looked out of
form in a marathon match
against Vera Dushevina on
Tuesday, which lasted 3
hours, 26 minutes. It was the
longest match of her career.

Last year, Williams was

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Madrid Masters.

Williams’ sister, Venus,
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to Russian
billionaire
complete

N E W
YORK (AP)
— The sale of
the New Jersey
Nets to Russian
billionaire
Mikhail
Prokhorov has
been formally
completed: —

The financial] PROKHOROV

transaction was ©



closed at 12:30pm Wednes- |

day, the team announced in’

a statement. That came a day

after Mikhail Prokhorov’s
purchase of the team was
approved by NBA’s owners,
who welcomed the first non-
North American into their
club.

‘Russia’s richest man agreed
to buy 80 per cent of the Nets.
and 45 per cent of.an arena
project in Brooklyn from
developer Bruce Ratner late
last year. Final approval of
the sale was delayed until the
state of New York had taken
over all the land seized under
eminent domain at the site of
the team’s Barclays Center in

_Brooklyn.

The long- delayed 18,000-
seat arena should open in
2012.

“This much-anticipated day
has finally come and now the
real fun begins of building a
championship team with a
state-of-the-art home in the
Barclays Center_at Atlantic
Yards,” Prokhorov said. “It’s
a wonderful opportunity to
combine great sports and

_ good business, and I look for-

ward to working with Bruce
Ratner and Forest City and

with the Nets organisation as °

we move ahead.

“To the fans, whether in
New Jersey, Brooklyn, or
Moscow, I will do everything
I can to give you a winning
team. See you at the draft lot-
tery.”

- The Nets hope Prokhorov’s
wealth — estimated at $9.5
billion through his banking
and metals businesses — will
be used to help them bounce

~ back from a 12-70 finish that

included an NBA-worst, 18-

game losing streak to open.

the season.

The team was ruined by
cost-cutting moves under Rat-
ner, who signed off on the
trades of Jason Kidd, Kenyon
Martin, Vince Carter and
Richard Jefferson. There’s
money to spend now, with an
estimated $23 million in salary
cap room heading into ‘7e
agency this summer, wha
LeBron James, Dwyane
Wade and Chris Bosh are
among the players who could
be available.

‘Prokhorov already has
proven he can build a winning
basketball team, owning a
share of European power
CSKA Moscow.

‘Top players to compete

against all-new Bahamas
beach v-ball team .

FROM page 16

' “We love coming down
here and playing, because
everything is almost picture
perfect for this sport. In addi-

‘tion, Peter takes excellent
care of us. But the Bahamas |

and its citizens are being
deprived of an opportunity to
participate in another core
sport.”

_ Beach volleyball has not yet
been sanctioned as a sport
by the BVF, and many people
are wondering why it-has not
attained the support of the
federation, said the player.

“It seems that many of the.

executives have not gotten
around to exploring the
options and seeing the bene-
fits. After all, beach volley-
ball is an Olympic sport and

one of the more popular ones
as well.

“However, all of that is
expected to change as more
people on the executive level
are finally seeing the benefits
and realizing that they have
been denying the Bahamian
people another option in
sports.

“Nygard himself has been
canvassing the local execu-
tives here in anticipation of
getting this association sanc-
tioned. He had expressed ini-
tially that he would cover all
expenses — he also envisions
beach volleyball to be the
sport of choice in the Family
Islands with inter-island tour-
nament play.

Persons interested in
attending the matches (invi-
tation only) can call 677-4000
at Nygard Cay.

‘Free-for-all’ girls b-ball clinic

FROM page 16

She’s a sponge, wanting to
learn any and everything
about the game and that has
really put a stamp on our pro-
gramme. Anyone who comes
after her will have some big
shoes to full, so to speak.”
Except for Nairn, Mapp has
not had any direct contact
with any Bahamian student-

athletes, but she indicated
that hopefully from the clinic,
she will get to make some
lasting relationships that will
eventually lead to some
Bahamian players securing
athletic scholarships in the
future to attend Salisbury
University where they will
suit up in a Sea Gulls uniform
on the women’s basketball
team.



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THURSDAY, MAY 13, 2010, PAGE 19



PELICAN BAY LEADS WAY AS FIVE BAHAMIAN PROPERTIES MAKE WEBSITE LIST OF TOP HOTELS

Simply
the best!

FIVE resort properties in the Bahamas
have made the list of hotels named the best
for quality and value 6n the popular travel
website Expedia.com, with Pelican Bay at
Lucaya in Freeport leading the way.

The website’s 2010 Insiders’ Select list
has awarded Pelican Bay a 99.30 score for
quality and value. Last year’s score was
86.03.

Pelican Bay is the number one of the
five Bahamas hotels making the list and is
ranked ninth in the Caribbean.

This year marks the fourth year that Pel-
ican Bay has made the Expedia Insiders’
Select list.

Other Bahamas hotels on this year’s list

include The Cove Atlantis with a score of
96.00; the One and Only Ocean Club with
ascore of 95.60; the Sheraton Nassau Beach
Resort with a score of 91.70, and the
Atlantis Royal Towers with a score of
88.90. .

A news release from the website said:
“The Expedia Insiders’ Select list is an

annual award recognising the very best.

hotels available in Expedia’s global mar-
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one million hotel reviews submitted by our
travellers, Pelican Bay at Lucaya was iden-
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services, an exceptional guest experience
and notable value. The Expedia Insiders’
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percentage of the top-ranked hotels offered
globally across Expedia sites — earning a
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lence.”
’ Magnus Alnebeck, general manager of

bled” by having been placed so high on -

the Expedia’s list.
“Our efforts to increase value and happy
customer experiences at our hotel do not

‘stop here; our team will work even harder

to exceéd guests’ expectations.”

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rial Ballroom. Seventeen beauties vied for the coveted title
of Miss Bahamas World, but it was Braneka Bassett with
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PASTOR EDNA
ROLLE of Church of
God of Prophecy,
Kemp’s Bay, South
Andros, is pictured
above receiving
Mother’s Day flow-
ers from her son
Mark Rolle and his
family. Pastor Rolle
was honoured this
weekend at the
2010 Bahamas
National Gospel
Excellence Awards.



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Commission has made it possible for

BIVI students pass refrigerant usage certification exam

tional Institute (BTVI) recently
received a contribution of $7,000
from The Bahamas Environment
Science and Technology Commis-
sion (BEST) in support of the Unit-
ed States Environmental Protection
Agency Air-conditioning and Refrig-
erant Management Certificate
Examination Scholarship Fund. The
scholarship will assist qualified stu-
dents enrolled in the Heating/Ven-
tilation & Air Conditioning Pro-
gramme (HVAC).

This certification is an Interna-
tional requirement in the service sec-
tor of the HVAC industry and cer-
tifies levels of knowledge in refrig-
erant recovery methods, refrigerant
leak detection methods, system
dehydration, refrigerant safety and
refrigeration cylinder handling. Stu-
dents must pass a core section and at

least one other sub-section to -

achieve certification.

. "Weare glad to support the Schol-
arship Fund," said Philip Weech,
Director of BEST. "The BEST
Comunission has always been a
strong proponent of higher educa-

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the four scholarship recipients to
receive 2010 EPA Certification:
Samuel Smith, Brandon Knowles,
. Kyle Pinder and Michael Cooper.

"It is joyful to work around people
who demonstrate their environmen-
tal awareness through action, and
who comply with environmentally-
safe measurements," says Brandon

‘Knowles, HVAC student. "I am
thankful for being a recipient of the
‘Scholarship. The scholarship lessens
my financial worries and provides
assistance for-me as I continue my
education." eke

Some scholarship recipients work .
part-time in Physical Plant, which
provides an opportunity for them to
interact with the staff while earning
valuable work experience on cam-

_ pus. Many students have worked
with various departments for their.

PICTURED LEFT 10 RIGHT: Mr Philip Weech Director BEST Commission, Brandon Knowles Student, Samuel Smith Student, entire BTVI academic career and

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this scholarship we are investing in
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keep in touch years after gradua--
tion. The scholarship programme

“To have 80 percent of BTVI stu- _ ing the students for a great career,” has been an excellent opportunity
dents pass this exam for the first stated Dr. Iva Dahl, Manager/Con- to build upon this sense of family
time is tremendous and shows that _ sultant for BTVI. ;
we are doing things right in prepar- The generosity of The BEST _ student successes.

and to continue to further support

THE SEARCH FOR A PRESIDENT

The College Council of The College of The Bahamas (COB) is. pleased to
announce a search for a new President and invites nominations and expres-
sions of interest in this outstanding opportunity for leadership at a truly:
unique institution. After’ nearly thirty-five years of serving The Bahamas,
first as a two-year institution, then as a four-year degree-granting College,

COB expects to become The University of The Bahamas. As it moves to
solidify: its university status, COB will continue to deliver excellent under-
graduate teaching while developing new undergraduate and graduate pro-
grams, increasing research and innovation activities, and focusing its work in
areas crucial to national development.

Since its founding in 1974, The ‘College of The Bahamas has grown in repu-

| tation and currently enrolls over 5000 students in undergraduate and gradu-

ate education. The institution grants primarily bachelor’s degrees, and will
launch its first master’s degree ‘later this year. Currently, COB offers joint
master’s degrees in conjunction with other accredited universities and col-
leges within: the United States and enjoys extensive links with higher educa-
tion institutions in the Caribbean, North America and Great Britain.

NOMINATION AND APPLICATION PROCESS

A prospectus for this search with information about the institution, the prior-
ities for the new president, a full enumeration of qualifications for the posi-
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STUDENTS and teachers
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Catholic High School in
Ottawa, Canada, recently
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engage in a cultural and edu-
cational exchange pro-
gramme with the St
Andrew’s School in Nassau.

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the two schools began in the
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_son and Keith Fadely from

St Andrew’s School accom-
panied a group of middle
school students to Queen’s
University in Kingston,
Canada, on a field trip to
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was a group of students
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el. After months of plan-

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consider the possibility of a
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and Christopher-Mes-from'~

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students and five teachers
arrived in Nassau for a long
anticipated nine-day cultur-
al and educational experi-
ence.

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dian students with weléom-
ing host Bahamian students
and families and then organ-
ised a multitude of cultural,
educational and sporting
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pus.

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ambassador of St Andrew’s
School,” said Claude Tardif,
an accompanying teacher
from St Matthew, “thanks
to his efforts, this opportu-
nity has offered a unique



forum by which both school
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appreciate each others’ cul-
tures.”

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reciprocate with a visit from
the Bahamians to Canada in

the winter of 2011.

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near the Afghan-Pakistan bor-
der after a new video emerged

_ showing a top Taliban leader,

believed slain in a U.S. missile
strike, is alive and threatening
to attack U.S. targets, according
to the Associated Press.

The appearance by Pakistan
Taliban leader Hakimullah
Mehsud occurred one day after
his group took responsibility
for an attempted car bombing
that fizzled in New York City's
Times Square last weekend —
a claim that New York officials

dispute.

Late last year, the insurgent
network claimed a role in the
suicide attack that killed seven
CIA employees at Camp Chap-
man in eastern Afghanistan —
scene of Monday's bombing.

Afghanistan's Interior Min-
istry said one civilian was killed
and two others were wounded
in Monday's attack. A U.S.
Army spokesman said only the

bomber died but two other peo- °

ple were wounded.

Although the New York
claim remains in dispute, the
series of events — including a
second attack on the CIA base
in four months — indicated the

‘Pakistan Taliban are trying to

show they remain a potent
force despite setbacks during
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recent months.

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Tribune Business Editor

PRIME
Minister }
Hubert Ingra-
ham appears
to have ff
blocked any
possibility the
Progressive
Liberal Party
(PLP) could
abandon the
$60-$65 million Arawak Cay
port by giving its existing pri-
vate sector shareholders a 20-
year “exclusivity period” on
port operations for the whole
of New Providence and Par-
adise Island.

The Memorandum. of
Understanding '. (MoU)
between the Government and
Arawak Port Development
(APD’s) 19 shareholders,
which was tabled in the
House of Assembly, appears
to be designed to cut off any
attempt by Opposition leader
Perry, Christie and his party
to revive their proposed

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government, which has

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‘Sweeping’ Customs
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By NEIL HARTNELL -
Tribune Business Editor

“SWEEPING” reforms to
the Customs Management
Act, which the Government
hopes to enact by next year,
are designed to simplify pro-
cedures and make the depart-
ment more efficient, the
Comptroller telling Tribune
Business that increasing Cus-
toms revenues - which are
down $50 million year-to-date
- was also a key objective.

Glenn Gomez told this

newspaper that the revised
Act would ensure the Cus-
toms Department “did some
‘of the things we should be
doing, but haven’t”, ‘such. as
adopting and enforcing World
Customs Organisation
(WCO) standards, bringing a
legislative framework passed
in 1976 into the modern era.
The reforms will also
enable the Bahamas to fulfill

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ity Markets will be

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ating $100 million

in sales for its 2010

financial year that closes next

month, as it focuses on mar-

keting and improved product

variety to effect a “turn-

around” in its financial per-

formance, its chief executive

saying: “Failure is not an
option”.

Speaking to Tribune Busi-

. hess after the 11-store grocery
_ chain had unveiled a $6.6 mil-

lion net loss for the first nine
months of its current finan-
cial year, Derek Winford said
that while the recession
“makes the turnaround much
more difficult”, some initial
glimmers of light had come
from improved sales in Nas-
sau - now Jess than 9 per cent
behind like-for-like compara-
tives from 2009.
Acknowledging that it was
“going to cost money” for
City Markets, which operates
as Bahamas Supermarkets,
“to get those customers back”
that it had lost previously, Mr
Winford said the grocery
chain had initiated a series of

* Chief executive acknowledges company 20% Sal

way through turnaround, but ‘failure is not an option

* Pledges to ‘win’ battle and ‘save as many jobs
as possible’, as grocery chain focuses on
marketing and product to win customers back
* Direct imports accounting for 30% 3
of goods, and improving margins
* Nassau sales improve to less than 8 per cent down
year-over-year, but Freeport still dragging at 20% off

short-window promotions to
entice Bahamians back into
its stores.

He added that City Mar-

kets had already “gotten some .

really good success on the
Weekend Sizzlers”, which
involves deeper discounts
than normal on selected pro-
duce - but only making these
available to customers at
weekend.

The chain has also initiated
‘Frozen Fridays’, featuring
discounts on its frozen pro-
duce, and Wacky Wednes-
days - discounts only on
Wednesday.

“We have quite a few mar-
keting plans, and we are going
to be introducing a number
of themes to our marketing,”

Mr Winford told Tribune

Business. “Apart from mar-

keting, our number one focus -

is the product range and the
variety, so that customers get

99.9 per cent of their needs ©

at City Markets. That’s going
to play a special part in how
we move forward.”

Customer surveys, he.

added, had shown that “the
number one thing customers
want is to get 100 per cent of
their shopping needs when
they come into City Markets.
That was the number one
complaint: they were not get-

ting all their shopping needs .

at City Markets. That’s where
the focus is going to be”.

SEE page 5B

‘Nothing short of criminals’

By NEIL HARTNELL:

Tribune Business Editor

A GOVERNMENT min-
ister yesterday branded per-
sons who excavated hills to
obtain fill without having the
proper permits as “nothing
short of criminals”, telling a
seminar that such practices
had been allowed to persist
because the Bahamas had a
“culture that is fearful of
enforcement and powerful

“people”.

Dr Earl Deveaux, minister
of the environment, respond-
ing to questions about the
increased scarring of the

Bahamian landscape by per-

" * Minister blasts illegal excavators of hills.

for fill in desire-‘to make a quick dollar’

* Says such practices have persisted because _
Bahamas has ‘culture ‘fearful of enforcement,
politicians, powerful figures and bigetty people’

* Indicates government may wait for Hawksbill Creek
to expire before enforcing planning Act in Freeport.

sons excavating hills without
permits, told a Higgs & John-
son-organised event that a
lack of enforcement and inter-
est by ordinary Bahamians -
coupled with the desire to
“make a quick dollar” - had
resulted in this practice reach-
ing endemic levels.

“The lack of conviction on

many people’s part and the
desire of developers to make
a quick dollar, competes
against the desire to keep the
hills,” Dr Deveaux said. “We
don’t have a culture that pro-
vides for enforcement, we
don’t have community desire

SEE page 9B

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THE BAHAMAS saw
pleasure yacht arrivals
increase by 11 per cent last
year over 2008, with Bimini
cornering the market, boast-
ing 52 per cent of market
share and increases of 21.8 ©
per cent over the same period,.
according to Ministry of
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spend per night of $153 per
person.

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showed negative trends while
Bimini grew in 2008 and
2009,” he said. .

According to Mr Young,
almost 50 per cent. of those
stopover boaters originated
in Miami or Fort Lauderdale,
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Ensuring the
price is right

ONE of the most frequent-
ly asked questions in the web
design business -is: “How
much should I charge?” A
colleague sums it up quite
nicely with this question:
“How much does a car or a
house cost?” This illustrates

- the fact that there are many
variables placed on the total
cost of designing a website
and, nine times out of 10, the
answer might cause clients to
run for the hills.

Naturally, designing
requires a certain degree of
expertise and professionalism.
Unfortunately, clients are
‘often unfamiliar with the
amount of knowledge
required for a seamless fin-
ish. Nevertheless, if you're
contracting with the girl
scouts, I'd suggest you ask for
payment in cookies, but if
you're talking to a Fortune
500 company and the chief
executive feels it is cool to
have a website for a 37,000
square foot estate, let’s settle
for $1,000 per-page or more.
Seriously, there’s no cookie-
cutter method to magically set
design rates... —

I suspect most of us at some
time or other have faced the
challenge of putting a price
tag on ourselves. While most
of us are modest fellows, (and
gals), and tend to, want to
keep it cheap-so we don’t
scare the potential customer,
know this: as a designer you
will become more refined and
reach a confidence level
where you charge what you
charge, take it or leave it.

Nevertheless, there are
many factors which can ‘help
you decide on how to charge
hourly, and perhaps you may
need to consider some of
‘these pe

Project:
Before you evaluate any

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project, determine whether or
not your client needs a

domain name and how many

‘rental years are desired. Are
images part of the project?
Would contents be written by
the designer? Will there be
any Flash, multimedia, pro-

gramming or scripting
required? '
Content Development:

Evaluate research and con-
tent, which is time consuming
and, even if provided, most

times has to be reworked for

promotional purposes.

Timeline:

We are all aware that the
more urgent or demanding a
project, the more you can
generally charge, right? But
be sure that if you agree to
an accelerated schedule, it's
one you can meet. It is my
opinion that 'clients will
respect you much more if you
are transparent and state
upfront if you cannot meet a
deadline.

A general rule of thumb:

Never bid on a project you
do not have the resources to
complete, because chances
are you will be scrambling
two days before the due date.
Get as clear and specific a
contract as possible. Quite
frankly, clients’ prefer design-
ers not experimenting on their
dime. (Be careful with this
particular agreement, as it can
ruin your integrity.

Experience:
Likewise, the more experi-

fb ve

ence, the more you can

charge. Bear in mind, howev-

er that if you don't have a
sound knowledge of Flash
that your client desires, you
shouldn't rely on your two
weeks and a half training of
HTML coding to increase
prices!

Long Term maintenance:

Often, when a website is
commissioned, the client has
not thought beyond mainte-
nance, so ensure if you are
required to cover mainte-
nance and get a separate con-

. tract for that aspect of the job

as well.

Market Rate:

This can often be difficult
to determine, but the best
method is to seek feedback
from other design colleagues
on pricing. Nonetheless,
research has shown that a

‘general guideline for a basic

website with graphics and text
is $100 per page to desibn. To
register your domain. name

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This cost varie,s but a dedi- -

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alone is about $300 per year.
This typically-includes e-mail

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for about $150 a year.
Remember, these prices are
not written in stone, as the
exact cost for web sites varies
with each client, depending
upon their individual need.

Pro Bono:
Be careful with pro bono
work, as family and friends

\ love ‘pro bonos’. However,

others will argue that a client

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