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Police launch
nationwide
manhunt

By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter.

tthompson@tribunemedia.net

POLICE launched a nation-
wide manhunt for two armed
robbers who led officers on a
20-minute high speed car chase
and shootout through western
New Providence.

The drama began when the
robbers held up the First
Caribbean Bank at Sandyport

shortly before midday yester-

day.

winter jackets burst into the
bank ordering customers to the
ground and demanding tellers
to empty their tills.

One robber stood guard in
the front area watching cus-
tomers as the employees placed

Two masked gunmen clad in

money on.the counter, while
the second gunman took a
female employee to bank's
vault, presumably to remove
money from the safe, one eye-
witness said.

After escaping with an unde-
termined amount of cash, the
bandits - one reportedly armed
with a semi-automatic weapon
and the other with a rifle -
jumped into a waiting car and
were immediately chased by

police. who were responding to

the alarm.

Minutes into the chase, ’it is
believed the: man armed with
the sémi-automatic weapon
opened fire on a police car
prompting return fire.

Assistant Commissioner in

SEE page eight

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SUPERINTENDENT of Police Welbourne Bootle said he
wishes to clarify that he was in no way connected to or involved
with an animal cruelty case that was heard by a Freeport Magis-

trate’s Court on July 22.

. The case involved his son, Wenito Bootle, who pleaded guilty to
abusing and maltreating a Doberman mix'dog named Meka: He
was granted a conditional discharge and fined $1,758 in costs.

Supt Bootle said he had nothing to do with the matter, and
objected to his name being mentioned in reports about the case.:
















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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010

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billionaire’s home amid
fispute with Nygard

By LARRY SMITH

A BITTER dispute that has been
simmering below the surface for years
finally exploded this week when police
raided the Lyford Cay home of bil-
lionaire American financier Louis
Bacon, 52, apparently based on a com-
plaint from his neighbour, 66-year-

- old international fashion mogul Peter
Nygard.

Ten armed plainclothes police offi-
cers entered Bacon's home just after
noon on Monday in search of lethal

SEE page nine



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Concerns raised
after contract is
awarded to friend of
senior civil servant

CONCERNS over a possible: conflict
of interest have reached the highest levels
of the government after a contract, worth
close to $2 million was awarded to a close
friend of a senior civil servant.

The Tribune understands that this mat-
ter was raised by FNM council members
and party supporters on a Family Island.
According to sources on the island, these
party supporters feared that one “partic-
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By CHESTER ROBARDS
crobards@tribunemedia.net



Case files stolen’
after court break-in

By NATARIO McKENZIE
Tribune Staff Reporter
nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net






_ AN investigation has been launched after
thieves broke into the chambers of Senior
Supreme Court Justice Jon Isaacs, report:
edly making off with 200 case files.

Assistant Commissioner of Police Glenn
Miller, who has responsibility for crime man-
agement, said the break-in at the Bank Lane
Supreme Court complex was reported at
around 6am yesterday.

Burglars had gained access to the judge’s
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the previous PLP government, these
sources said that the FNM, with only two
years to the next general election could
not afford such a blemish on the party’s
hame. —

_ However, despite the concerns, a well-

SEE page eight

Matthews, who was on
the scene with investigators, said’search
‘efforts had to be called off shortly after
' 4pm yesterday due to inclement weather
rolling into the area.

However, she said investigators would

SEE page eight

missing.

Also inscribed in blue marking on an
entry door to the judge’s chambers was the
phrase “The PLP must win the next election.
All FNM must die” as well as the drawing of
a gun.

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‘Crabs for Computers’
comes to the capital

By AVA TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
aturnquest@tribunemedia.net

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personal computers,
Andros students taking
part in the “Crabs for
Computers” programme
are in the capital today.

And from 8am until 4pm
on Friday, they will be at
RM Bailey Park, selling
their crabs for the
“unbeatably low” price of
$25 per dozen.

Patrons

In addition to crabs,
patrons also will be able
to purchase native delights
from Mangrove Cay like
crab n’ dough, crab n’ rice
and coconut water.

The initiative, launched
by Mangrove Cay admin-
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inspired many Bahamians
who believe the. pro-
gramme encourages self-
reliance. by providing a
real reward for hard
work.

Their goal is to raisé

$9,000 by catching and

selling crabs, then using
the money to buy iaptops.

It is estimated that each
child will have to sell 16
dozen crabs in order to
afford.a laptop.

Mr Kemp reported that
the children were in high

‘Spirits and extremely excit-

ed about their trip to the

capital. ;
The programme has
received widespread

praise, with several gov-
ernment ministers express-
ing their support during
yesterday’s session of the
House of Assembly.

Inspired

One Tribune reader
said: “I was so inspired
after reading this article
that I personally pur-
chased a dozen crabs that I
don’t even know how to
cook.

“They’re still sitting in
my freezer waiting for
someone to show me what
to do with them.”

“Outside of being a real-
ly great deal, where else
in Nassau can you buy a
crab for $2?” Mr Kemp
asked.

“IT hope you are so
intrigued and encouraged
by these kids and what
they are trying to do that
you’ll come out and sup-
port them, and that every,
single crab is purchased by
noon so they can spend
the rest of the day doing
what kids prefer to do
over the summer break -
have fun!”

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, Gregory Naldo Williams

Mr. & Mrs. Gregory and Teresa Williams announce the
graduation of their son, Gregory Naldo Williams.
Gregory graduated with a Master of Engineering
in Civil and Environmental Engineering from The
University of Western Ontario in Toronto, Canada
at its 295th Convocation, Spring 2010.

He is a past Salutatorian of Kingsway Academy High
School and a member of Grace Community Church. His
father, mother, sister Terez, the entire family and

friends are proud of Iris achievement.







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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 3



Concerns over Bahamian participation

in Baha Mar raised at BCA meeting

By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
tthompson@tribunemedia.net

CONSTRUCTION industry
stakeholders yesterday ques-
tioned how the Bahamas Con-
tractors' Association would
ensure that small operators get a
fair share of work on the pro-
posed $2.6 billion Baha Mar
development and similar pro-
jects.

These concerns were raised
yesterday at a luncheon held by
the BCA at the Wyndham Crys-
tal Palace Resort and Casino in
‘Cable Beach to inform the indus-
try of impending changes the
local construction sector must
adopt to qualify for work on mas-
sive foreign investment projects
such as Baha Mar. -

Baha Mar's developers will
introduce $60 million worth of
contracts to begin the first phase
of the project, which will only be
awarded to Bahamian contrac-
tors, in the coming weeks.

BCA President Stephen Wnin-
kle assured the crowd of con-
struction workers, contractors
and tradesmen that his organi-
sation would find ways to help



By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - The decomposed body
of an unidentified man was discovered in
a high voltage storage building on King
Road after a worker noticed a bad smell.

Inspector Hector Delva reported that
at about 8.15pm, an employee of the
Grand Bahama Power Company con-
tacted the police, and officers accompa-
nied him to the building where the body
of a black man was discovered.



THE MEETING was attended by
construction workers, contrac-
tors and tradesmen.

create the "maximum Bahami-
an participation" in the develop-
ment.

"The reason we're here today
is to try to get the little man
onboard with these projects.
Let's face it — the big fellas, they
fight their battles too but they're
going to be here whether Baha
Mar goes (forward) or not but
the little man needs a lil' leg up

The deceased was wearing a white t-
shirt and dark trousers. A dog was also
found dead next to the body.

Inspector Delva said the deceased is
believed to have been between 35 and 45

years old. ~

demise,”

“The man is not an employee of the
power company and it is believed that the
body may have been there for several
days because it was partly decomposed.

“We are unable to determine what
may have happened or caused the man’s
said Inspector Delva.

The building, which stores high voltage

right now to get along with this
project and that's all we're trying

to do," he said ina response to a_

question from the crowd.

The changes, which will allow
the local construction sector to
meet the expectations of the
international market are sepa-
rated into three parts: Creating a
jobs skills bank for the sector;
adopting an internationally
recognised system of identifying
classifications for division con-
tractors; and launching a con-
struction seminar series to help
contractors meet the pre-qualifi-

cation, tendering and adminis,...
trative requirements: of large oy

scale developers... . |

Courses will then. be. held. at
the Bahamas Technic¢al and
Vocational Institute (BT VI) to
certify these workers; and allow
them to received advanced certi-
fication.

The skills bank will be of use
to contractors and sub-contrac-
tors, allowing them to draw from
a pool of qualified workers. It
also will establish, for the first
time according to Mr Wrinkle,
national standards for those in
the industry, "So that when a car-

penter comes looking for work -

Body of man found in high voltage storage SS

~ equipment, is usually locked-

When asked whether the building was
broken into, Mr Delva said the lock
appeared to have been tampered with.

Police are asking the public for assis-

‘and he shows the certificate you

will have some assurance that
they have attained the basic, min-
imum skills required for each lev-
el.”

The crowd was also briefed
on the most recent developments
in the progress of Baha Mar's
proposed transformation of the
Cable Beach strip, which got a
boost this week after the gov-
ernment of the People's Repub-
lic. of China formally approved

‘the joint venture.

The first phase requires the
removal of government and oth-
er buildings adjacent to the Sher-
aton Nassau Beach and Wynd-
ham Crystal Palace hotels, as well
as the rerouting of West Bay
Street for one and a half miles
to skirt Baha Mar’s build site.

Vice president of construction
for the project, Tom Dunlap, said
the first phase could take 9-18
months.

The development is expected
to create 11,000 jobs for Bahami-
ans and add $1 billion to the local
economy in the first year after
completion. However the future
of the project faces another hur-
dle — final approval from the
Bahamas government.

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tance in identifying the body.

‘ theirs,”

“We are appealing to anyone who
may have reported someone missing to,
check with us to determine whether the
person may be.a relative or friend of
said Inspector Delva.

The body was taken to Rand Memor-
ial Hospital morgue, where police are
awaiting the results of an autopsy.

‘No fees charged’ for a child’s
admission to a public school

By AVA TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter

aturnquest@tribunemedia.net

NO FEES are ‘charged for
the admission of any child into
a public school, Education
Minister Desmond Bannister
confirmed yesterday.

At a press conference held
to address recent claims of stu-
dents being charged “registra-
tion fees” at public schools,
Mr Bannister emphasised that
the administration payments
which had been referred to are
not registration fees and are
not mandatory.

However, the minister
added that the payments do
afford parents a level of secu-
rity they may not otherwise be
able to provide.

He explained: “Whilst the
fee is not mandatory it is high-
ly recommended, as it pro-
vides full time insurance cov-
erage and other benefits that
would be very cost'y and time
consuming for parents to
secure themselves.

Insurance

“The registration fee isa
one-time fee, which enables
the school to purchase insur-
ance for the entire time that
their child attends that school.
In many cases this means 24/7
insurance coverage for a child
for six years.”

Confusion about the fees
first arose on an online social
networking website, where it
was claimed a primary school
student was denied registra-
tion because her parents could
not pay the fees.

Mr Bannister said he felt it
necessary to “clear the air”
after a picture of the primary
school student was posted on
FaceBook holding a card bear-
ing the name of the Education
Minister.

He said: “As a political fig-
ure I expect that I will be
attacked publicly; however, I
do not expect innocent chil-
dren to be used in this man-
ner. I was particularly appalled

Rotary Club helps
the Ranfurly Home

THE Rotary Club of East
Nassau’s Rotaract Club will
assist the Ranfurly Home with
its jumble sale this Saturday.

The sale will be held at
Ranfurly Home, Mackey
Street, from 7am to noon to
raise funds for the Home.

because I. am told that even if
these images are removed they

can still be recalled from ..

cyberspace in perpetuity.”

Mr Bannister admitted that
formerly, there was no unifor-
mity of procedure among
schools, but noted that a uni-
versal protocol was established
last year by the former minis-
ter Car Bethel.

Assistance

It also mandated that
schools were to liaise with the
Department of Social Services
for assistance if a parent was
unable to pay the fees.



He added: “This insurance °~
covers a'child 24 hours per day .

for thé:entire’school year,

whether ‘they are in or out of

school..

“Principals and parents have
called'to advise me of inci-.'’

dents where children were

abroad and were able to

receive medical attention free

of charge,”

MINISTER OF EDUCATION
Desmond Bannister briefs
members of the media on the
proposed registration for —

hurt at-home or on holiday ~ DIOL ae sentry

‘schools. Permanent Secretary

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Many Jamaicans nervous over US request

DR: ARTURO Valenzuela, US Secre-

tary of State for Western Hemisphere
Affairs, who paid an official visit to the
Bahamas on Tuesday, left many concerned

soaps wagging when he left Jamaica yes-

ter

On a. three-nation Caribbean tour, Dr
Valenzuela announced at a press briefing in
Jamaica that the US government has made
a series of requests for Jamaicans to be sent

to the US for trial. However, he remained.

mum when asked if any of Jamaica’s elect-
ed officials were on the list.

_ When pressed for answers on the extra-
dition request, Dr Valenzuela turned to Isi-
ah Parnell, the Chargé d’ Affaires at the US
Embassy in Kingston, and asked him, as
the man on the spot, to respond.

In answer to questions as to whether the
new requests involved elected officials all
the Chargé would disclose was that the US
Embassy is discreet and circumspect in how
it handles extradition requests.

He said the US Government would con-
tinue to work through the ‘normal diplo-
matic channels to handle any extradition
requests that might be difficult.

He said that there was no significant

»w¢hange.in.the number. of. extradition

requests made by the US, a figure that
ranges between.10 and 20 annually.

Before the press briefing Dr Valenzuela
had met with Prime Minister Bruce Gold-
ing

aa Fe was in Golding’s Tivoli constituency
that Christopher “Dudus” Coke carved out
his personal fiefdom, and threw his full sup-
port behind the governing Jamaica Labour
Party. He demanded total loyalty from his

Tivoli followers and ruled with an iron .

hand. These current extradition requests
are the result of the island-wide chase that
put Coke behind bars in a federal prison in
the US.

The 30-day manhunt ended with 76
deaths over a four-day period as police and
soldiers exchanged. gun fire with his loyal
supporters barricaded in the Tivoli slum.
Meanwhile Coke escaped Tivoli and was
_ eventually arrested at a road check point on
the outskirts of Kingston..

' Disguised in a woman’s wig, he went
quietly and agreed to go straight to the
United States to face trial, rather than go
through an extradition hearing in Kingston,
which could have resulted in more blood-

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shed on the streets. Apparently when he
was picked up he was on his way to the
American Embassy in Kingston to surren-
der. With him was a local reverend who
Coke had asked to arrange the surrender
because he feared being harmed by local
police. He recalled the mysterious death
of his father in a fire in his prison cell as he
awaited extradition to the US on similar
charges. Coke, 41, is accused of gun and
drug trafficking.

His father was the founder of the “Show-
er Posse,” which was reputed to have mur-
dered hundreds of people during the
cocaine wars of the 1980s. His son inherit-
ed the Posse on his father’s death and in the
world of crime carried it to new interna-
tional heights. The American government
had classified him as “one of the world’s
most dangerous narcotics kingpins.”

Before his arrest he had commanded a
private militia. His supporters burned down
two police stations.and shot up four others
in an attempt to protect him from extradi-

tion. Among the dead were two policemen

and a soldier.
But to his followers Coke was their pro-

tector, their “Don”, their “President” and °

their “Robin Hood”. Songs. were written
about him. He was revered because in the
Tivoli slum he cared for his people in ways
in which the government had failed.

As for the government, he delivered the
votes at election time and was awarded
large government contracts. He was close to
many politicians and business persons, who
probably now wish they had never heard his
name.

Even Prime Minister Golding tried his
best to resist the demands of the US for
his extradition, claiming, among other
things, that the US had used unauthorised
wiretaps to ensnare Coke. The whole
episode gave the impression that Coke was
indeed a powerful figure in the island
nation. The longer Golding resisted the
more strained became the relations between
Jamaica and the US. i

It was only .after intense pressure to
resign that Golding backed down and the
extradition was allowed to proceed last
month.

Therefore, it is reasonable to presume
that today there is much nail-biting by many
amongst almost every section of Jamaica’s
society — not just Tivoli.



Parliamentary
Privilege law

EDITOR, The Tribune.

SIR WINSTON
CHURCHILL once said
that,"democracy is the worst
form of Government, except
for all the rest."

We have a clear example
of that when it states in our
Constitution "no civil or
criminal proceedings may be

instituted against any sena- .

tor......by reason of any mat-
ter or thing so brought by
him by petition, bill, motion
or otherwise."

A few weeks ago Sena-
tor Jerome Fitzgerald decid-
ed to attack the integrity of
Nassau Motor Co. on the
floor of the Senate. In a
recent letter to the Press Mr
Rick Lowe, a director of the
Company, presented the
true facts of the matter and

- it is now obvious that the

Senator, for reasons of his
own, decided to create some
mischief at the expense of

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Nassau Motor Co.

I have heard several peo-
ple say "but the Senator is
such a nice person." If that is
so, then let him now step out
of the box, forget which par-
ty he represents for a
moment and offer an apolo-
gy to the Company in the
same venue that he made
the false accusation.

It should be very disturb-
ing to every Bahamian to
know that a parliamentarian
can stand on the floor of the
House and make false accu-
sations against any citizen
which could damage or ruin

‘the reputation of any com-.

pany, organization or indi-
vidual. It is not-only shame-
ful and cowardly but very
undemocratic.

Laws can be changed or

must be amended

amended. In this respect I
refer to the section on Par-
liamentary privilege in the
constitution of New Zealand
- "The privilege of free
speech in Parliament carries
an obligation to use it
responsibly. The House has
the ability to punish for con-
tempt and an example of
contempt would be to mis-
lead the House or a Com-
mittee deliberately."

It would be good to see
Bahamians make an effort
to see that this inadequacy
in-our Constitution and
Statute Law (Chapter 84 of

_The Penal Code, Section

320), is corrected so that
parliamentarians would be
sure of their facts before
rushing to an attempt to
damage or ruin reputations.

SIDNEY. SWEETING,
DDS

Nassau,

July 27, 2010.

Commending Vatican over
stance on ordination of women

EDITOR, The Tribune.

I COMMEND the Vati-
can for reaffirming the
attempted ordination of
women as a “grave
crime.”

At first sight it may

‘ seem that the demands of

radical feminism in favour
of a total equality between
man and woman are
extremely noble and, at
any rate, perfectly reason-
able.

However, this kind of

- emancipation of women

signifies that sexuality is
no longer rooted in
anthropology; it means
that sex is viewed as a
simple role, interchange-
able at one’s pleasure.

Logically this means
that the whole being and
the whole activity of the
human person are reduced
to pure functionality.

Women, who are cre-
ative in the truest sense of
the word by giving life, do
not "produce", however,
in that technical sense val-
ued by a society that wor-
ships at the foot of effi-
ciency.

Ultimately, the emanci-_

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in women conforming
themselves to a culture of
production that seeks
nothing but prone and
power.

The Catholic church
holds that it is not admis-
sible to ordain women to

the priesthood, for very.

fundamental reasons.

These reasons include:
the example recorded in
the Sacred Scriptures of
Christ choosing his Apos-
tles only from among men;
the constant practice of
the church, which has imi-
tated Christ in choosing
only men; and her living
teaching authority which
has consistently held that
the exclusion of women
from the priesthood is in
accordance with God’s
plan for his church.

In calling only men as
his Apostles, Christ acted
in a completely free and
sovereign manner.

In doing so, he exercised

the same freedom with —

which, in all his. behaviour,
he emphasised the dignity
and the vocation of
women, without conform-
ing to the prevailing cus-

toms and to the traditions ~

sanctioned by the legisla-
tion of the time.

There are countless oth-

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er ways that women might
serve the Church which
are no less faithful to the
Gospel.

In fact, Pope John Paul
II has stated in Ordinatio
Sacerdotalis that “The
greatest in the Kingdom
of Heaven are not the
ministers but the saints.”

PAUL KOKOSKI
Canada,
July 16, 2010.

Job prospects
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a a
House debates move for more
transparency in public finance

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

A MOVE to increase
accountability and transparen-
cy of public finances set out in
the Financial Administration
and Audit Bill 2010 was debat-
ed in the House of Assembly
yesterday following a second
reading by Minister of Finance,
Prime Minister Hubert Ingra-
ham.

Support for the Bill to mod-
ernisé and repeal-the 1973
Financial Administration and
Audit Act (FAAA) was

expressed by members of par- °

liament on both sides who high-
lighted the need to continue
with reforms of outdated leg-
islation and take advantage of
opportunities to deepen democ-
racy.

' FNM chairman and Sea
Breeze MP Carl Bethel dubbed
the updated legislation “revo-
lutionary” as it articulates the
powers, duties and responsibil-
ities of the financial secretary,
who he said is the second most
important person in govern-
ment after the prime minister,
as well as setting out a frame-
work for cohesion within the
government by clarifying how
to resolve disputes between the

minister and principal account-

ing officer.

Powers.

The Bill strengthens the pow-
ers of the auditor general and
establishes a new principal
accounting officer as well as an
Internal Audit Department in
the Ministry of Finance to
enhance efficiency, account-
ability and transparency in the
management of government
TesOUrces. ©

Provisions are also made for
Internal Audit Units to be
established in all government
departments. ,

The legislation alters the
financial year, moving the
annual Budget Communication
from June to the last Wednes-
day in May, and requires the
treasurer to submit an annual
statement.of, accounts within
three months of the close of the
financial year so it may be
tabled by December 31.

The Budget Communication
must also include fiscal policy
objectives for the forthcoming
financial year and following two
years, estimates for expendi-

ture over those three years,

plans to eliminate deficit, and
macroeconomics developments
forecast over the next three
years. ;

Any amendments to the
annual Appropriation Act and
Revenue Forecast or adjust-
ments to revenue and expendi-
tures will be madé in a Mid-
Year Budget Statement by the







“MINISTER OF FINANCE, Prime
Minister Hubert Ingraham gave
a second reading the House.

Minister of Finance in Febru-

ary.

But PLP MP: for Fox Hill
Fred Mitchell pointed out that
the mid-year report is already
practised, therefore the legisla-
tion is not revolutionary, but
evolutionary.

He said, “This Bill simply
identifies what the member for
North Abaco (Prime Minister
Ingraham) has been doing for
three years, so I don’t see how
it’s revolutionary,” as he
pledged his support for the Bill.

Mr Ingraham said the exist-
ing-system had to, be mod-
ernised as government’s expen-

diture and revenue has now:

expanded, its economic and
social roles have. changed, and
new information technologies
have altered the way business is
done over the last 37 years.

Developments have been
inspired by the International
Monetary Fund (IMF) Code of
Good Practices on Fiscal Trans-
parency 2007 and ensure clear
roles and responsibilities with-
in the sector as well as an open
budget process, greater avail-
ability of public financial infor-
mation, and an‘assurance of
integrity in financial processes
recognised by governments
around the world, the prime
minister said.

“The modernisation propos-
als in the Bill focus on enhanc-
ing accountability and trans-
parency at all level’ of govern-
ment by making those respon-
sible for, decisions on public
expenditure and revenue, and
those who manage those funds
in implementing government
decisions, clearly and person-
ally accountable for their
actions,” said Mr Ingraham.

“The further strengthening
of good governance requires a
fundamental reform of the
FAAA to bring it into line with
today’s realities.

“More specifically, it is vital-
ly important to bring a greater
degree of accountability and
transparency to public financial
management.”

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the fiscal year, according to the
proposed legislation.

And an audit of the liabili-
ties of various government pen-
sion plans should be undertak-
en by external auditors every
three years. k

PLP MPs Alfred Sears,
Frank Smith and Ryan Pinder
voiced their support of the Bill,
but also suggested there were

missed opportunities for greater

transparency.

Mr Sears said greater auton-
omy should be given to the
office of the Auditor General
and Parliament should have
more power in the selection of

_ the Auditor General.

The member for Fort Char-
lotte also suggested it is reckless
of government to propose an
increase in their borrowing
capacity to 15 per cent of their
average ordinary revenue.

Debt

Elizabeth MP-Mr Pinder said
the government’s “reckless bor-
rowing” and “irresponsible
forecasting” in the’ budgetary
process has led to-an unprece-

dented rise in government debt .

and called for greater trans-
parency.and more’ responsible
government spending.

“In my opinion, and based
on a track record of reckless
borrowing and spending by this
administration, we could go fur-
ther with this legislation,” Mr
Pinder said.

While Mr Ingraham said it is
difficult to predict when the Bill
will be implemented, he antici-
pates it will be made law before
the next financial year and
urged parliamentarians to begin
to prepare for the new policies
by observing governments
where these practices have
already been tabled in law.

He said: “We should prepare
as much as we can in order to
comply with this Bill before the
Budget Communication next
May as it will become the norm
in the future.

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in the mid-year statement in
February next year to begin to
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As part of the weekend events,
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All funds raised through the
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in residential areas

THE proposed Business

: Licerice Act 2010 should
: bring “a greater degree of
: organisation” to the Bahami-
: an residential zoning land-
:- scape'by restricting the num-
: ber of “pop-up businesses”
: in residential areas, Member ’

‘"? of Parliament for Killarney
; Dr Hubert Minnis said.

Dr Minnis, who also

: serves as Minister of Health,
: told Parliament on Monday
‘? that the Bill will ensure that
: property values will not be
? diminished as a result of the
? noise and environmental pol-
: lution associated with some
: of those “pop-up” businesses.
i He said the Bill will also’
: allow for the environmental
i sustainability of residential
: areas, particularly in those
le I é :}, cases where businesses that.
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: through the use of toxic
: materials, and those that pro-
: mote noise pollution, are
: allowed to operate.

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mechanic shops or car
garages which are constantly
popping up in residential
areas.

“As you-drive about you
see a lot of mechanic shops in
these residential areas and
could you imagine having
developed and built your
dream home and then all of a
sudden, a mechanic shop
opens up next to you and
somebody is fixing cars or
motorbikes or whatever?” Dr

_Minnis asked.

“It not only diminishes

‘property values, but also pre-

sents certain health chal-
lenges as many of these
homeowners still tap well
water and the gas or, oil leak-
age from these mechanic

shops gét into the water table

and that in itself causes some
degree of toxicity and can be
harmful to individuals.

“Tt is essential, therefore,
to have a Bill like this that
will help to regulate these
entities so as to improve the
quality of life for residents,
and improve our health sta-
tus by decreasing the amount
of stress we may encounter
whenever a street vendor
sets up business immediately
in front of our homes or
some car garage opens for
business immediately adjoin-
ing our house,” Dr Minnis
added. '

The Health Minister said
the Bill involves the enact-
ment of the Town Planning
Act which details zoning
requirements.

He said this is particularly
so in cases where individuals
are given licenses to operate
clubs and/or restaurants with
loud music next to homes.

“And even in terms of re-
zoning, it involves the com-
munity which means that the
community has a say in some:
restaurant being placed next
to them; the community has a
say in, some garage being

_ placed next to them, and so

this. Bill brings complete
organisation to our society,”
Dr Minnis said.

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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 7



| LOCAL NEWS

MP raises illegal

poaching concerns §

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

PLP MP for Elizabeth Ryan
Pinder has raised concerns
over the dramatic increase in
illegal poaching in the
Bahamas just ahead of the offi-
cial opening of the crawfish
season on August 1.

Claiming that fishermen in
the Bahamas have long been
neglected for too long, Mr Pin-
der said that he has raised their
plight with. the leadership of
his party and is committed to
join the fishermen in their fight
until the battle “is won.”

“The PLP recognises the
importance of this industry to
thousands of Bahamians
throughout our archipelago of
islands, including Spanish
Wells, Eleuthera, Abaco, Long
Island, Exuma, Andros and
many others. The PLP wishes
to emphatically remind Hubert
Ingraham and the FNM that
fisheries and the crawfish
industry might be the most
important industry to many in

our Family Islands, and to our.

country as a whole.

“Under this government,
fishermen throughout our
Family Islands have witnessed
an explosion in illegal poaching
during the off-season by for-
eign vessels, most noticeably
from the Dominican Repub-
lic. This is destroying our fish-
eries industry, from crawfish,
grouper, scale fish and conch.
We need to be serious about
protecting this fragile industry
so Bahamian fishermen can
have a future in it,” the Eliza-
beth MP said.

Along with the decrease in
fishery supplies, there is anoth-
er concern that Mr Pinder
raised; namely the danger
posed to Bahamian fishermen
on the water due to the
increase in violent attacks by
these same illegal poachers.

“There are reports that for-
eign poachers are attacking
Bahamian fishermen with
explosive devices and spear

ELIZABETH MP Ryan Pinder spoke
about the importance of fisheries
and the crawfish industry.

guns. These encounters have
been reported to the Ministry
of National Security and the
Ministry of Agriculture and
Marine Resources without
adequate response.

“In fact, this summer a
Spanish Wells fishing vessel
had an encounter with illegal
poachers from the Dominican
Republic, and when they did
not receive support from the
Bahamian government, they
seized multiple fishing
dinghies, hundreds of pounds
of illegally caught crawfish and
grouper and brought them
back to port. It is my under-
standing that these illegal
poachers, who exhibited vio-
lent actions against Bahamian
fishermen have been returned
back to the Dominican Repub-
lic without prosecution and are

‘likely fishing illegally again in

our waters.

“The danger is that the inac-
tion by this FNM government
will encourage vigilante justice
in order for Bahamians to pro-
tect their livelihood. This must
be prevented as it will only
lead to additional violence and
possibly loss of life and it can
only be prevented by proper
and persistent policing of our
fishing grounds,” he said.



AN

As such, the MP has called

for the government to rou-

tinely patrol the southern
banks of the Bahamas by air
from South Andros, and use
marine patrols along the south-
ernmost boarder of the Great
Bahama Bank and Cay Sal
Bank. :

Additionally, he said, there
should be the separation of the
Royal Bahamas Defence Force
patrol into two divisions: a)

‘Division for the protection of

marine resources; and b) Divi-
sion for drug interdiction and
illegal immigration.

This, he said would allow a
focus specifically on two dif-
ferent priorities of marine
patrol.

A designated liaison of the
Defence Force should also be
installed to interact on a real
time basis with Bahamian fish-
ermen at sea and all poachers
discovered in Bahamian waters
should be apprehended and
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fired.

"They hada rifle and we suspect a semi-
automatic handgun and that is based on
reports from officers in the chase who
heard rapid gun shots being fired in their
direction."

The robbers managed to evade the
police, making good their escape on foot
near a dirt road in the area of Nirvana
Beach, off West Bay Street. They aban-
doned their getaway car - a white Nissan
sedan - which police suspect was stolen.

Ofticers yesterday cast their net pation:

Bank robbers

wide, combing the area where the suspects
escaped along with planned road blocks
and random searches.

"We're still down in that area putting
our ears to the ground," said Mr Miller,
adding that a "countrywide manhunt" was
in effect. "Once we identify who these indi-
viduals are we'll put an APB (all-points-
bulletin) across the country for them."

As officers hunt for the bank robbers, a
customer who witnessed the robbery says
he is thankful to be alive.

He said: “The scene was from an action
movie, as it happened so fast.

."The two bandits entered the bank
quickly silencing the unarmed security
guard by forcing him promptly to the -
ground. It appeared they carried two semi-

Concerns raised after contract is awarded

FROM page one ‘

placed source within the party has confirmed
that all the other bids issued in relation to this
contract had been reviewed and the govern- _
ment was “satisfied” that the “best man” got

the job.

Having narrowly defeated the PLP in the
2007 eeneral election, political pundits have
suggested that the 2012 general election will ©
be by far the “hardest fought battle” for either
party considerihg the increase in indepen-

dent and first time voters.

Therefore, without a clear margin of sup-_

port on their side, or the PLP’s, sources with-
in the FNM have suggested that the govern-
ment has sought to “crack down” on any pos-
sible hint of scandal or corruption.

“This is the last thing that the government
would require at this time: Although some

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winter jackets - green and black.

"The process for getting into the safe
must have taken some time because the
gunman who was watching over us on the
floor kept saying to the other person 'Time,
time brethren’.

“He knocked on the counter and then
leaped over and went to the back.

"They emptied the safe, leaving the
monies that clerks placed on the counter.
They exited as quickly as they entered.

"This has been a terrifying experience
which has left an indelible Happ At on my
memory.

“It’s a sad state of affairs in our small
island nation when we who work hard to.
have a little something, have it taken from
us by those who make a living taking what
is not rightfully theirs.”

/

_ FROM page one

Senior Justice Isaacs, who
presides mainly over criminal
cases, sat on the Elizabeth by-
election court hearing along
with Senior Justice Anita Allen
in March,

Attorney General John’

Delaney, who met with Senior
Justice Isaacs yesterday, told

‘The Tribune he wanted to

speak with the judge directly

to care for his concerns. Mrâ„¢

Delaney said he was taking the
matter “very seriously.” |

“Anything that has to do
with, our judicial system is a
very serious matter,” Mr
Delaney said after the meeting.

The Attorney General noted

that there was clearly a.security
breach.

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He added: “Tam concerned

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and the courts.

“Security is very important. —

Our judges are very important.”
Mr Delaney, who is also
seeking a meeting with the

‘Commissioner of Police Elli-

son Greenslade, said the inci-
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nienced Senior Justice Isaacs,
but disrupted his schedule.

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resume their search for
Darice at 7.30am today.

Cocoa Police. called in
front-end loaders on Mon-
day to clear out heavy brush
and remove top soil from
an area 50 by 50 yards in
order to’search for any
remains. The excavations
could go on until the week-
end. ;

Darice went missing from
a Cocoa condo/hotel in
March 2006; but her disap-
pearance was not reported
to police until almost three
months later.

Through 2006. police
questioned several:ifdivid-
uals who they thought might
have knowledge of her
whereabouts, however, no
viable leads resulted in any
arrests or the discovery of
Darice. Her case went cold
for four years.

Officer Matthews said
police received a tip.on
Monday that Darice’s body

‘might be buried off State
Road 524, in Brevard Coun-
ty, Florida, in an area they
searched several times
before throughout their ear-

_lier investigations.:. ;

An Orlando television

- Station reported that the tip-

“police received came froma
prison inmate. However
Officer Matthews said
police never released where
the information on Darice’s
location originated.

“T can’t confirm that,” she
said.

Officer Matthews said,
though, that the informa-
tion police did receive’ was
quite specific and has them
confident they. will find her
remains and evidence that
will lead to a conviction.

According to Darice’s
cousin, Dana Munnings,
many of her family mem-

“bers in Nassau have been
locked in a:state of denial
over the disappearance.

Darice is the only child
of: Mario and Princess
Knowles. According to sec-
ond Orlando news station,
Mrs Knowles told investi-
gators. her daughter
befriended some “bad peo-
ple”: before her frequent
phone calls home stopped.

She was a former Miss
Bahamas contestant two
years before her disappear-

“ance, and was pursuing a

career in law. She ‘studied
in England before moving
to Florida. ES

A comment left on one |
of the Orlando news sites,
revealed that Darice’s case
was not highly publicised
through the media, “but was:
a topic of street conversa-
tion for four years.

“It has been rumoured as
to how she became miss-
ing,” a comment left by
“Protect our daughters”
said.

“People have. talked
about this for years and (it
was) only until yesterday we
were able to put a face in
this missing person.

“We never had a name,
just a street story about a .

girl from. the islands,

Bahamas, that got hooked

up with the wrong people
that are responsible for her
disappearance.

“You will see that Cocoa
has done nothing to look for
‘this young lady. There is no
reason: as to why we only
heard about this.in the
street versus on the local
news and. or newspapers
and flyers or monthly meet-
ings.”

Officer Matthews said she

had 4n emotional meeting
with Darice’s mother when
she came to the US after the
disappearance.
» “As soon as we find her it
will fill in all those. holes,”
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Police raid Lyford Cay billionaire’s
home amid dispute with Nygard

FROM page one

“ultrasonic |= weaponry."
Although the owners were not
present, police handcuffed and
body-searched household staff
for over three hours, before
confiscating a set of industrial
loudspeakers.

The speakers were returned
the same day.

Although an official police
report was promised yester-
day, the Tribune was unable
to speak to senior officers,
including the commissioner, on
this matter despite numerous
calls.

But Lyford Cay residents
are incensed that someone
could induce the police to act
in this way. According to one
e-mail seen by the Tribune,
"from the moment we heard
of this action by a police team
on the property. of Mr Bacon,
we have vigorously expressed
our strong objections and con-
cerns to the highest level in
government, and to various
levels of police, including the

commissioner. We will contin- >

ue to pursue this matter in the
strongest possible way.""

The long-range speakers are
commercial items used in
sports arenas that were legauy
imported. In the past, Bacon
has made numerous com-

plaints about loud music and:

other noise pollution emanat-
ing from the adjacent Nygard
property at all times of the day
and night.

But this is not just-a passing
spat between two high-profile
investors.

Insiders say there is a wider
long-running controversy
which has serious implications

for the rule of law in the’

Bahamas, and has raised con-
cerns at the highest levels of
government.

"That controversy is the
construction of a major resort
facility within Lyford Cay on
occupied Crown seabed," said
a lawyer familiar with the case.
"Nygard's relentless expansion
over many years has changed
the nature of the community.
His resort handled numbers of
personnel and guests far
beyond the carrying capacity
of the property, along with
heavy traffic, noise and wild
parties."

The two protagonists in this
dispute couldn't be more
opposite to.each other.

Nygard is the. flamboyant,
publicity-seeking: chairman of

Winnipeg-based Nygard Inter-

national, which earns a billion
dollars a year selling women's
clothing. Tess

He emigrated from Finland
in the 1950s, and grew up in
Canada, where he founded his
fashion empire in 1967.

Bacon is from Raleigh,
North Carolina and began his
career in the 1970s.as a clerk

on the New York commodity

exchanges. In 1989, with a
$25,000 inheritance from his

mother, he founded Moore,

Capital] Management, a lead-
ing hedge fund that now man-
ages over $14 billion. Accord-
ing to press accounts, Bacon is
a philanthropist and environ-
mentalist who seeks to main-
tain a low profile. ’

Nygard, who has been char--

acterised by some as a "nefar-
ious power in Lyford", bought

3.25 acres at the western tip of —







the peninsula in 1984, Over the
years he has more than dou-
bled the size of the property
by dredging the bay and fill-
ing the coastliné, creatinga
250,000-square-foot 'Mayan-
themed resort which was rent-
ed out to wealthy vacationers
for more than $42,000 a night.

Bacon acquired Point
House, on eight acres of land

next tothe Nygard, property,’

in 1993’as a second home. He
is a big supporter of the
Bahamas National Trust, the
Clifton Heritage Authority, the
Lyford Cay Foundation and
other local charities. Follow-
ing the police action Monday,
he has put his property up for
sale.

_ Until the Nygard resort
burned down last November,
advertised facilities included a
disco with a 100-person dance
floor, a human aquarium,
waterslides, movie theatre, two
yachts, swimming pools, ten-
nis, volleyball and basketball
courts, 10 bedrooms and a heli-
copter landing pad. Nygard has
been seeking government
approvals to rebuild the resort.

According to one popular
lifestyle website (CS Perspec-
tive): "(Nygard), Cay is notori-
ously known for throwing out-
rageous parties with a lot of
things occurring that should
not be repeated."

At one point, Nygard want-
ed to build a restaurant on
nearby Golding Cay, a
Bahamas National Trust bird

sanctuary, but was turned .

down by government. Healso
sought to:import exotic ani-
mals, add a dolphin enclosure
and build a shark tank. Dredge

- pumps have been used almost

continuously for years to move
sand from the bay onto the
shoreline at the resort.

Over the past two decades,
other residents of Lyford Cay
have expressed alarm about
the. construction activities and
ongoing operations at Nygard
Cay to several government
agencies, either individually or
through the Lyford Cay Prop-
erty Owners Association. But
the activities have continued
unabated. \ .

A July 21 letter from the

“Office of the Prime Minister,

signed by Permanent Secretary
David Davis, advised Nygard

that the government "is not
minded to approve a lease of
the accreted land and request
that you remove any structures
that would have been erected
on this land over the years.

“I am further directed to
advise that going forward no
applications for construction
on, or occupation of, the
accreted land will be approved
by any agencies of the govern-
ment."

The letter was copied to
half a dozen top officials in the
Ministries of the Environment
and Works & Transport.

- Earlier this year, the Cana-
dian Broadcasting Corporation
aired an investigative docu-
mentary on Nygard Cay, alleg-
ing that behind the “larger
than life” public image pre-
sented through his website and
in press releases was another
Peter Nygard.

The broadcast painted a
negative image of the
Bahamas, alleging that Nygard
employed people at will, with-
out work-permits.

Among the claims featured
in the documentary were alle-
gations that Nygard “bullied”
employees and implemented a
harsh system of punitive fines
for on-the-job misdemeanours
— such as failing to stop a mos-
quito biting a guest — which
allegedly left at least one work-
er earning just 87 cents an
hour.

The documentary also inter-
viewed former Bahamian cab-
inet minister Frank Watson:
"Some people would not like
him," Watson said of his one-
time tennis partner. "He is
very aggressive and very
demanding and some people
think he maybe shouldn't have
these parties with all of these

girls around...He marches to

his own drum."

The otherwise restrained
Lyford Cay community
employs some 2,000 Bahami-
ans and injects an estimated
$100 million a year into the
economy. This figure includes
more.than $1.5 million in
grants and scholarships funded
by the Lyford Cay Foundation.

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worldwide as a prestigious des-
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But beyond that, the repu-
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richest and most powerful indi-
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Education Minister tours
Carmichael Public Library

EDUCATION Minister
Desmond Bannister was
recently hosted to a tour of
the Carmichael Public
Library by Roslyn Thomp-
son, library supervisor, and
Dorcus Bowler, head librari-
an for National Libraries.

The minister met and
talked with some of the
library users and volunteers,
such as Sonya Smith who is a

teacher at Saint Augustine’s
College.
Mrs Thompson then told

the Minister about some of °

the services offered at the
library, which include E-
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joint book clubs, photocopy-
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reading time, scanning,
research requests, wireless
connection, and word pro-

cessing.

He was also made aware
of how the internet is being
embraced; how the library
programmes are being
exploited; how users access
online library catalogued
items.

The minister was also told
of the plans for marketing
the library. .

The library promotes read-

ing for leisure each year, and
is proud of the fact that it
offers free use of the inter-
net and membership for chil-
dren, officials said.

It also boasts an Afro-cen-
tric collection, as well as
Bahamian and West Indian
collections. .

The minister took some
time to briefly explore the
library’s website,
www.caramichaelroadli-
brary.org, which he promised
he would access in greater
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THE Bahamas Agricultural
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two of a series of greenhouses,
as part of the proposed agri-
industrial park for North
Andros,

~ Executive chairman Edison

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Bahamian farmers.

Mr Key and a BAIC execu-
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the work on Yuesday.

General manager Benjamin
Rahming, assistant general
managers Judith Thompson

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The Inter-American Insti-
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Bahamas, Dr Marikis Alvarez,
also joined the trip.

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direction,” said Mr Key.

“Through these greenhouse
projects we should be able to
boost the agricultural sector and
help bring the country nearer
to some semblance of food
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rdorsett@tribunemedia.net

she contin-
ues to stake
‘ his claim as
the country's

premier ama-
teur boxer, Valentino
Knowles reached another
landmark in his brief, but
illustrious career. :



Knowles continued his win-

ning streak at the XXI CAC
Games in.Mayaguez, Puerto
Rico, with a win in last night's
semifinal bout.

The 21-year-old defeated

Juan Pablo Romero of Mexi-
co 7:5 on points yesterday to
earn a berth in the gold-medal
match.

A dominant first round ulti-
mately paved the way for the
- win as Knowles came out with
’ an aggressive first round to

outscore Romero, 4:1. He
continued to hold a decisive
advantage following the sec-
ond round as both. fighters
managed to score a single
point. ,
Romero won his first round
of the match in the third, but
_the 3:2 was far from-enough
to close the three+ point
deficit. Spe

THURSDAY,

In the final set for 7pm local
time Saturday. (July 31)
Knowles is slated to face Luis
Romero of Venezuela for the
gold medal. °

Romero defeated Ricardo
Garcia Tejada 6:5 in the other

_ semifinal to advance.

Knowles' road to the final
began witha dominant 7:1
win over Henry Lawrence of
Dominica. After both fight-
ers tied with a single point in
the opening round, Knowles
won rounds two and three
with 3:0 point advantages for

the win. He continued witha. -

second round win over Jose
Maria Virula of Guatemala.
Knowles was awarded the
fight when the referee
stopped the contest with three

‘minutes left in the third round

due to a head injury sustained
by the Guatemalan fighter.
In round one, each fighter
was able to score a single
point, setting the stage for a
competitive bout early on.
Knowles took a decisive
advantage in the second
round where he won the

- round with three points, while

Virula was shutout without a

singl@ point. He held a 4:1
~vadvantage in the bout before
- the referee's stoppage in the
third.

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GOING FOR GOLD: Valentino Knowles has earned a berth in th

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Tennis: Cartwright eliminated; rain forces play to halt

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much of the action on the tennis courts
at the XXI CAC Games yesterday,
which left the Bahamas alive in medal
contention for several semifinal

rounds.

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play, the highest ranking player for

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player of the draw, 4-6, 1-6. She
returned to the court moments later
with Rodney Carey, Jr in mixed dou--
bles play to face Chandra Capozzi and
Jose Hernandez of the Dominican
Republic in the quarterfinals.
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set 6-4, and led 2-1 in the second set
before rain forced the suspension.

The men's doubles semifinals fea-
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Rolle was also postponed. ‘The duo
are slated to face Piero Luisi and Jose
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Action heats up in

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Challenge

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participating in the Sprite
Freestyle Challenge — an ini-
tiative between The Royal
Bahamas Police Force and
Caribbean Bottling Compa-
ny - took to the courts in the
tournament’s highly antici-
pated semifinal games.

The stage for the semis was
set after Monday’s matches

that saw Southeastern defeat >
Quakoo Street 27-24 and

Central Division winning over
Fox Hill, 30-20. :

The Northeastern division
won their match over South-
eastern by default.

The semifinals were sched-
uled to be played at Hay
Street & Trinity Parks.

At Hay Street Park, the
Grove division took on Fox
Hill followed by Northeast-
ern against Elizabeth Estates.

Over at Trinity Park,
Southeastern played Quakoo
Street followed by Central
Division against Southwest-
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Skippers |
struggle to
‘make up |
eround’

By RENALDO -
DORSETT ©

Sports Reporter
rdorsett@tribunemedia.net










AFTER an off day for
Team Bahamas’ sailin
squad at the XXI CA
Games, they are strug- ,

_gling to make up ground |
with the remainder of the
field and remain in medal
contention.

In the men’s Standard
Laser-division, both com-
petitors failed to surpass
the top 20 mark in their
last trio of opening series
races. -

Donico Brown finished
with a black flag disqual-
ification in race four and
followed with finishes of
26, 20 and 21 in his

_ remaining outings.

Adam Russell's latest
opening series races pro-

duced finishes of 20, 26,

DNF and 20 among the

field of 25 skippers.
Brown, who has repre-

sented the Bahamas inter-

nationally at the Optimist

World Championships,

opened with a 15th place
finish in race one, and fol-
lowed with placements of

20 and 13 in races two

and three respectively.
ussell turned in a finish _
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. The. Sunfish » :
heads the field for Team
Bahamas, led. by three-»
time world champion
Donnie Martinborough,
and the country's latest
qualifier for the World
Championships, Chris
Sands. .

After seven races in-the
opening series, Martin-
borough and Sands have
turned in fluctuating per-
formances in the field of
20 sailors in the Sunfish
Class.

Martinborough placed
seventh, 12th and 11th in
his latest trio of outings.
He began seventh in race
one, but followed with his
worst finish thus far in
race two when he came
in 12th. 3

The former world
champion in 1983, 1985
and 1988 rebounded for
his best finish, a fourth in
race three and finished
ninth in race four.

_. Chris Sands turned in
finishes of 13,-six:and six
in his final three opening
series races. SRE

Sands, fresh off his first
appearance at the Volvo
Youth Sailing ISAF
World Championship in
Istanbul, Turkey, where
he represented the
Bahamas in the Laser
Radial division and fin-
ished 28th overall, con-
tinues to perform well on
the international scene.

The 16-year-old Sands

finished fifth in race one,
followed by a seventh
place finish in race two.
He dipped to 18th overall
in race three, but recov-
ered to finish sixth in race
four,

In the Snipe. class,
James Lowe and Roland
Symonette finished sixth,

sixth and fourth, while
Michael Holowesko and
Lori Lowe posted three
consecutive seventh place
finishes.




















































Winners from each park
will play for the prestigious
Sprite Freestyle Challenge
title 6pm June 30 at C I Gib-
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Canada.

More than 1,400 athletes
and team officials from 170
countries converged in New
Brunswick for the track and
field meet.

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TEAM: Members of the Roadrunners track and field club pose for a group shot.

Roadrunners

- finish 60th

overall out
of 165 clubs

By RENALDO DORSETT
Sports Reporter

rdorsett@tribunemedia.net ‘

THE final competition in -
a long yet successful season
for one of the country's
most renowned track and
field clubs ended with an ~
impressive showing at a top
club meet at the internation-
al level. §
- ‘Roadrunners track and,
field club returned from the -
14th annual AAU Club
Championships, held July
14-18 at the ESPN Wide
World of Sports Complex in
Orlando, Florida.

The club fielded approxi-
mately 40 athletes between

-the ages of five and 16 for

the week-long meet which
featured dozens of clubs
throughout the US.
Dispersed over five cate-
gories, the team delivered
impressive performances in
each, as they finished above

most divisions. got
Roadrunners finished 17th

out of 46 teams in both the

midget boys and young

- women divisions, and 17th

out of 55 teams in the young
men division. ,

In the sub youth boys divi-
sion, they finished 23rd out
of43 teams and 35th out of
46 teams in the young
women division. |

Ojay Ferguson, elder
statesman on the team and
Carifta team member, led
the team with a first place.
finish in the 400m.in a time
of 47.37s.

In the midget boys, Perry
Adderley was one of the top
performers with a trio of top .
seven finishes in the field. ©
He was seventh in the discus

* with a throw of 17.34m, sixth -

in the shot put with a throw
of 9.78m and fourth in the’
javelin with a throw of

19.68m.

Abiah Missick also
medalled in the javelin, sev-
enth overall with a throw of
16.53m. on i

In the sub-midget boys,
versatile. Ulrick McIntosh
finished fourth in the shot



put (9.31m), seventh in the
discuss (21.28m), and 14th in
the javelin (14.17m). =

On the track, he finished
29th in the 100m in 13.58s
while Ricardo Nixon fin-

ished eighth in the 800m in

2:37.22s.

In the youth girl division,
Faythe Miller finished 19th
overall in the 100m (13.43s)

- and 21st overall in the 200m

(27.91s).

In the young women divi-
sion, Gortia Ferguson fin-
ished eighth in the heats and
22nd overall in-14.21s in the
100m. ’ in

The relay events proved -
fruitful for the Roadrunners

’ club with several medal fin-

ishes.

The team of Ojay Fergu-
son, Javon Rolle, Ivan —-.
Stubbs and Shawn Lockhart |
finished second in the young.
men's 4x100m in 41.82s.

In the youth boys division,
Adorian Williams, Demitri .~

*: Forbes, Bennet. Hall and- ==

Maverick Bowleg,finished. -:-
second in 3:42.31s, and in
the same division Williams;~
Hall and Forbes teamed’ | ©
with Jenero Knowles to fin-
ish fourth in the 4x100m in
48.39s.. :

Roadrunners head coach
Dexter Bodie expressed
much gratitude to his coach-
ing staff, Mildred Adderley
and Fiona Tucker, and said
the staff and parents were
pleasantly surprised by the
quick adjustments the young
athletes made in their per-
formances. :

"We were pleased with -
the performances of the
young kids, because for a lot
of them it was their first
time competing in interna-
tional competition and they
stepped up and performed
well," he said.

"Once they were able to
adjust to the level of compe-
tition, they were excited and
enthused about the meet
and of the 40 athletes, about
37.of them performed their -
personal best."

The club finished 60th
overall out of 165 teams in
the meet.

WINNER: A member of the club
shows off his medals.






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will move to Abaco beginning August 2. Department, represents the Bahamas on

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FROM ‘page 17 of the cratt craft producers and product our Handicraft Development
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Effective July 1st, 2010 The Bahamas Electricity Corporation
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Providence and the Family Islands. Billings for all consumers

during this transition period will be carried out as follows:

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_ July 3rd were mailed’ out on or around July 10th and were due for
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Bills for the service period June 15th to June 30th were estimated with
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period are due for payment on August 6th;

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at the end of July, and bills will be sent:out in mid-August. Payment for

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Commercial accounts that were billed at the end of June at the old rates
will receive their next bill at the end of July at the new rates.

The new rates as of July Ist, 2010 will be as follows:

. TARIFF

: RESIDENTIAL : =
10.95 cents per unit
11.95 cents per unit —

14.95 cents per unit
$5. 00

Position Surmmary:

The Senior Manager, Client Relationstins must possess a broad knowledge of
financial products and services ancl will focus on the coss-sedl, up-sell, and retentions
of existing commercial customers. Heshe is responsible for identifying prospects in
target markets, developing prospect acquisition. strategies, maintaining prospect _
felationships, maintaming a sustainable prospect sales pipeling, conducting prospect
‘sales tails; qualification of opportunities based on customer information and high
fevel-of due diligence. The incumbent is on the coverage team with the Credit
_ Solutions Group on deal structuring, negotiation and pricing for new and exsting
muustomers with Rey emphasis placed on proitabikty to the Bank.

ey. Accountabitities for this Role;

“ nines esieacaiond eid prathable gebeth cl he coon backhip pees
fa The assigned market aeaa.
Pursues an aggressive business develognrent program within the assigned market ares
wcconding to agreed upon groveth adjectives,
Builds and maintains a high market profile in the assigned market ares wah boty
ihternal and extemal anda’.
Ensures afl aspects of assigned nelationshins seemive ongoing attention, ag required 88
voaintain, daprowy, grow and retain the relationship,
Safequards the Bank’ wsyets and liabilities:
Executes the Branch Compliance: eeeenentaes ay retlected int the Branch Services and
Procatiures Manu

0-200 units per month

_ 201-800 units per month
Remaining units
Minimum monthly charge

COMMERCIAL

15.00 cents per unit
$10.00 °

‘All units per ie
Minimum monthly charge

GENERAL SERVICE |
MONTHLY BILLS
UNIT CHARGE
Demand charge per month
0-900,000 units per month
Remaining units per month.
Minimum monthly charge

KVA CHARGE
$11.36 per KVA
8.70 cents per unit —
6.20 cents per unit

$ 568.00 Fiuonectiouniat Compevences:
y | The dncumbentmust have at least § pears of commercial bartkitay experience;

TEMPORARY SUPPLIES eet ee er tered anaiotehdge

16. 38 cents per unit $20.00 connection fee @103 00 per month Meter Rental Cre te Cuetec eee

FUEL CHARGE

The inchnubent iuist algo have a steong ubderstanding of the Commendial Bank's
_(variable per unit to include total cost of fuel)

Educational Raquinamerts:

Extemal education andlor heensing prerequisites: Graduate degree int business or
Seen or eek pepaneeey. Cite eens oe the Bank
from time to time.

objectives, strategies, structure, as well as ts Heneling ana deposit products and seivices,
Wary strong inteeparsonal shils and camemunication shits are essenitial fo this pation,
The inesnbant muse be able to effectively articulate views both within the Rank and?
externally it the marker

Strong FC skills are necessary incheding a working Anaaviadae of MS Word, Exc’,
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, ; ® Abiity to conduct due dillgenee on strength of customer financials

SPECIAL SERVICES

Special Reading, Check Reading, Fuse
Replacement
Meter Test — Minimum charge
Visit with intent to disconnect
Residential Consumer

_ Commercial Consumer .
Reconnection Fee
Returned Cheque Fee

‘The Seotiabadk Group is. an ayual appartunay employer nik wkcevives dpplidaantc owt ail mterented
parties. We thank you for your intenast, however, only Chose candidates setacted for ans ittenvinwy will
bas qantacted.

$5.00

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Sudoku is a number-placing puzzle based on a 9x9 grid with
several given numbers. The object is to place the numbers
1 to 9 in the empty squares so the each row, each column,

and each 3x3"box contains the Same number only once, ~~
The difficulty level of the Conceptis Sudoku increases from,.



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Across
4 Saucepan’s ready for

cooking a snipe (3,4)
Credit marks? (5)
Acraft based on
fundamental duplicity (9)
This man invaded England
(3) :
Lay off the wine (4)
The sameness of unique
characteristics (8)
Disregard one note and not
another (6)
Prove you are the boss —
as Henry VIIl\did (6)
Vegetarian, bright-eyed and:
bushy-tailed (8)
A particular feature of the

'- Jacobite: movement (4)
Skill acquired in regular
teaching (3)

- Thought me old-fashioned
‘about it (9)

- School fees? (5)
Ostentatious displays of
military strength (7)

Yesterday’s: Cryptic Solution

Across: 1 Bondsmen, 5.Onus, 9
Thumb, 10 Inhabit, 11 Artesian well,
13 Allure, 14 Season, 17 In single
tile, 20 Timpani, 21 Ideal, 22 Rear,
23 Contests.

Down: 1-Bite,.2 Neutral, 3
Subterranean, 4 Elicit, 6 Noble, 7
Settling, 8 Change of diet, 12
Banister, 15 Solders, 16 Albino, 18
Samba, 19 Ills.



Monday to Sunday





Difficulty Level & & *&*

CRYPTIC PUZZLE —

Down

1

' Supported by arms or

Steps —

quiet ones (5)

Acrobatic bird may turn
upside-down (3)

Carry a load of
despondency (4) _

Tried a form of abuse (6)
Having an

occupation (8)
Abstemious in Europe for
example (9).

Roamed the street with
‘ready change (7)

Band controller fora -_
current transmitter (9)

Old warships with three.’ -
sets of propellers (8)
Asecond coffee maybe (7)

threatened by them? (4,2)
Perhaps some go round a
number of ways (5)

It may guide a traveller
around deserts (4)

Hal stopped with him (3)

Yesterday’s Easy Solution’

Across: 1 Downfall, 5 Flog, 9”
Title, 10 Umbrage, 11 Beata -

‘retreat, 13 Foster, 14 Weapon, 17

Shot in the arm, 20 Optical, 21
Other, 22 Espy, 23 One-sided.

Down: 1 Duty, 2 Witness, 3 Feel
the pinch, 4 Louvre, 6 Leave, 7
Greeting, 8 Obstreperous, 12
Offshore, 15 Parched, 16 Stolen,
18 On tap; 19 Bred.

EASY PUZZLE





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Across

1
5

"8
9
10
12
14
15
17

18

21

22
24
25

Excess amount

‘Fictitious stdtement

(5)
Listen (4,2,3)

Person’s destiny (3) 5

Irritable (4)
Revealing (8) . ©
Attractive (6)
To last (6)

No longer in.
fashion (8)

Operatic song (4)
Centre of activity

(3)

Unanimous (2,3,4)
Behave towards (5)

Wealthy (7)














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Down

(7) 1 Find answer to (5)
2 Manage (3)
3 Burden (4)
4 Unit of Israeli
currency (6)
Widely distributed
(3-5)

6 Harass (9)

7 Going to great

‘lengths (7)

11 Accessible (3-2-4)
13 Decisive gun battle
(5-3)

Kind of needlework
(7)

Change for the
better (6)

Extra (5)

Average (4)

A climbing shrub (3)

14
16
19

20
23









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to fill all of the empty squares, using numbers 1 to 9, so the
sum of each horizontal block equals the number to its left,
and the sum of each vertical block equals the number on its
top. No number may be used in the same block more than
once. The difficulty level of the Conceptis Kakuro increases
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Bidding Quiz_

Partner bids One Heart, and the
next player passes. Both sides are
vulnerable, and youyhave a partscore.
of 60. What do you bid with each of
the following four hands?

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2, #J7 ¥ KQ83 @ AJ864 # 92

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1. Two notrump. Different point-

count requirements apply when a
partscore exists. Since one notrump
is sufficient to produce game with a
partscore of 60, it follows that a two-
notrump response should be con-
strued as a slam try.
. Without a partscore, the normal:
range for a two-notrump response is
13 to 15 points, while a three-
notrump response indicates 16 or 17.

With a partscore, greater values are

required for these responses because |

both bids are directed not toward a
game but toward a slam, The two-
notrump response denotes 15 or 16
points, while three notrump shows
17 or 18,

It also should be noted that with a
partscore of 60, a two-club or. two-
diamond response is not forcing on
the opening bidder — even though it
is anew suit by responder — because

. game has already been reached.

Both the two- and three-notrump
responses are limit bids. They do not
compel, but merely invite, opener to

bid again. - ;

2. Two hearts. Slam chances are
practically nil unless partner volun-
tarily bids again. Without the
partscore, your hand would be too
good ‘for two hearts, so you would
temporize by bidding two diamonds
(forcing). With the partscore, a two-
diamond response would be incor-
rect, since partner might pass when
hearts is clearly a better contract. In
these circumstances, the heart fit
should be shown immediately, If the
opportunity arises, the diamonds
may be: shown later.

3, Three diamonds, A jump-shift
by responder is 100 percent forcing,
even With a partscore. There is every
reason to feel optimistic about slam ’
possibilities, but how high to go and
what suit to play in remains to be
resolved, In the meantime,’ partner
should be apprised that you are inter-
ested in more than just a game.

4, Four notrump, This is an ideal
hand for Blackwood. The number of
aces partner has for his opening bid
will be a sure guide as to how many
tricks can be made with hearts as
trump.

If partner responds with five:
hearts, showing two aces, you will
pass. If he bids five spades, showing
three aces, you will carry on to six
hearts. If partner bids five clubs,
showing four aces, seven hearts can
be bid with absolute assurance.

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Gulf flow has stopped,

but where's the oil?

NEW ORLEANS

IN the nearly two weeks since
a temporary cap stopped BP's
gusher at the bottom of the Gulf
of Mexico, not much oil has been
showing up on the surface of the
water, according to the Associat-
ed Press.

Scientists caution that doesn't
mean the crude is gone. There's
still a lot of it in the Gulf, though
no one is sure quite how much or
exactly where it is.

"You know it didn't just dis-

‘ appear," said Ernst Peebles, a
biological oceanographer at the

_ University of South Florida. "We
expect that is has been dispersed
pretty far by now."

_ Jane Lubchenco, the head of
the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration,
said government and indepen-
dent scientists have been working
hard to figure out where the oil
might be, but don't yet have
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up on beaches and in coastal wet-

lands, but not in the quantities

it was a few weeks ago.
Scientists do know that more

_ than 600 miles of coastline has

been oiled in the nearly 100 days
since ‘the April 20 explosion. of
the offshore oil rig Deepwater
Horizon.

They estimate that between
107 million gallons and 184 mil-
lion gallons spewed into the
Gulf before the cap stopped the
flow July 15. The permanent
solution, using a relief well to
shoot in mud and cement, is still
several weeks away.

So far, officials say they have
recovered 34.6 million gallons of
oily water. using skimmer boats
and burned about 11.1 million
gallons off the sea surface.

So where's the rest?

Scientists are worried that
much of it has been trapped
below the surface after more
than 770,000 gallons of chemi-
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found evidence of massive
clouds of oil suspended in the
water.

"What is down there is a
smaller particle," said chemical
oceanographer John Kessler
from Texas A&M University.
"You can't think of it as thick,
nasty crude." ’

Kessler sampled the waters
around the broken well and

found high natural gas levels.

more than 3,000 feet below the
surface and miles-long under-
water oil plumes.

Scientists want to know how
fast the oil is being eaten by
microbes, how fast it is being
diluted, whether it is sinking to
the bottom and where it is being
carried off to. Scientists say large
amounts of oil trapped in the
subsurface could contaminate the
food chain and deplete oxygen.

Lubchenco, a marine scien-
tist, said the oil was not sinking
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By NEIL HARTNELL
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he Government’s
changes to the
auto industry
Excise Tax struc-
ture were unnec-
“essary because many vehicles
“would have migrated to the
highest duty category within a
year, one major vendor said
yesterday, after enjoying 15-20
per cent year-over-year sales
increases over the past four
months.
"Ben Albury, operations man-
ager at Bahamas Bus and
‘Truck, told Tribune Business
that the migration would have
occurred because manufactur-
ers who supplied Bahamian
new car dealerships would have
been unable to support the
knock-down prices at which
they sold vehicles to Nassau-
based vendors.

“We were staring down the
barrel of a gun before that hap-
pened,” Mr Albury explained.
“They [manufacturers] were
breaking their back. I was buy-
ing some of my Chrysler vehi-
cles for less than the larger
dealers in the US with greater
volumes.

“We knew there was only so
long that suppliers could hold
that price for me, and that with-
in the next year or two the mar-

Baha Mar targets construction start ‘before year end’

By NEIL HARTNELL
‘Tribuné Business Editor’

BAHA Mar [&
yesterday |
expressed hope the
Bahamian govern-
ment would pro-
vide the necessary .
approvals “as
expeditiously as
possible” to allow
construction on the
- $2.6 billion Cable
Beach redevelop- |
ment to begin lat-
er this year, as it
continues negotia-

tions with Scotiabank over the latter’s
$170-$180 million bridging loan.
Robert Sands, Baha Mar’s senior vice-

Foreign investment



HOPE: Robert Sands.

* Dealer says Budget’s auto tax rises not needed as most vehicles
would have ended up in top rate anyway within year, as
suppliers unable to support concessionary Bahamas prices

* Bus & Truck sees sales for four months to June 2010 up 15-20%
compared to 2009, but not back to pre-recession levels

* Says consumers will be hit more by tax rises than dealer sales

ket would jump into the higher
duty bands any way. It. was

‘inevitable. Had the Govern-

ment known, they would have
realised there was no need to
change the duty structure. If
the Government had consult-
ed across the board, they would
have seen those vehicles would
go into the higher duty rates
anyway.”

Under the previous auto
industry Excise Tax regime,
where duty rates were deter-
mined on price, Tribune Busi-
ness was told that car manufac-
turers in the US and elsewhere
often sold product to Bahamian
dealerships at a discount to
enable vendors in the Bahamas
to sell them at more affordable
prices: Yet suppliers could only
bear this for so long.

Mr Albury criticised the
Government for its failure to

. consult the auto industry on the

proposed changes, revealing
how a vehicle shipment for

Bahamas Bus and Truck, which .
-came in before the 2010-2011

Budget was announced, was

held on the dock to ensure it
attracted the new duty rates.
Given the sharp increase in
tax payments that Bahamas
Bus and Truck had to incur to
ensure release of its shipment,
Mr Albury mused: “That might
have been the difference
between us closing that day and
60 people being laid-off.” _
Hitting at the “ignorant” way
in which the auto industry duty
rate rises had been handled, Mr
Albury questioned why the
Government did not contact
the sector beforehand, as it
would have “voluntarily come
in, disclosed information” and
answered any questions the
Government wanted.

“I’m trying to understand *

why they did it that way,” he
added, arguing that the Govy-
ernment should have known
what it was doing and the impli-
cations, rather than having to
go back to the House of
Assembly to make amend-

ments to the 2010-2011 Budget.

SEE page 10B

TULY 29... 2010





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LIGHT SAVING: Phenton Neymour.

Energy saving deals signed

By CHESTER ROBARDS
Business Reporter
crobards@tribunemedia.net

Tim Clarke/Tribune staff

‘THE GOVERNMENT yesterday signed contracts.to
start the distribution of 150,000 energy-saving light bulbs,
134 solar water heaters and 33 two-kilowatt Solar Pho-

‘tovoltaic energy systems, at no cost, to low income

households in an attempt to minimise energy consump-
tion. ;

Phenton Neymour, minister of state for the environ-
ment, said 20,000 households could be test subjects for
the energy conservation project funded by the Inter-
American Development Bank, where existing incan-
descent light bulbs will be replaced free of charge with
the compact flourescent light bulbs (CFL).

Kelly’s Home Centre was awarded the $204,000 con-
tract to supply the 150,000 bulbs for dsitribution.

“To encourage energy conservation, these CFLs will
be distributed free of charge, with emphasis being placed
on low income households who will be required to.
replace working incandescent bulbs,” said Mr Neymour.

The CFLs. are
SEE page 10B

expected to arrive with-



* Expresses hope Bahamian government will move ‘as expeditiously as possible’ on approvals now Beijing has given nod
* Once all approvals received, ‘immediate award’ of $60m in Bahamian contractor work will happen

slides 41.6% in Q1

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

FOREIGN direct investment
inflows to the Bahamas con-
tracted by 41.6 per cent during
the 2010 first quarter, the Cen-
tral Bank of the Rahamas has
disclosed, with both equity
investments and real estate pur-
chases declining.

In its quarterly economic
review for the three months to
March 31, 2010, the Central

Bank disclosed that net foreign

direct investment inflows —

dropped to $109.5 million from
$187.5 million a year ago.
This, it said, came “as both

SEE page 8B

* Equity and real estate
purchases both down

* But Bahamas, together with
Jamaica and T&T, accounts
for half the $5bn investment
inflows into small island
states during 2009

* Financial sector sheds over
100 workers in 2009, with
proportion of expatriates
shed greater than Bahamians

* But bonuses see expatriate
remuneration increase last
year, while Bahamian salaries
decline by average of 3.7%

Fund sector suffers
$80bn asset decline

By NEIL HARTNELL
, Tribune Business Editor

THE Bahamian investment
funds industry suffered a
“notable” contraction in 2009,
the Central Bank. of the
Bahamas has revealed, with the
number of active funds under

management declining by 9.1.

per cent, and total assets under

management dropping by 29.7 :

per cent or $80 billion.

~ The 2009 annual review of
the financial sector’s contribu-
tion to the Bahamian econo-
my, published as part of the
Central Bank’s latest quarterly
review, said that based on Secu-
tities Commission data the
number of Bahamian-domiciled
investment funds under active

* Bahamian investment fund

industry sees 29.7% asset
drop in 2009, coupled with
9.1% decline in number of

funds actively managed

* Credit unions one of few

sectors to buck contraction

trend, with assets and loans
rising by 5.3% and 9.8%
respectively

management fell by 79 to 788 at
year-end 2009, a reversal of the
previous year’s 10.9 per cent

increase.

SEE page 7B

president of governmental and external ,
affairs, told Tribune Business that once

all necessary approvals were received

from the Bahamian government, the

developer would “immediately award”

six construction contracts to separate

Bahamian contractors for building the

Commercial Village, plus the re-rout-

ing of West Bay Street and its intercon-

nection with JFK Drive.

Speaking in the wake of confirmation
that the Chinese government had
approved the involvement of the China
Export-Import Bank and China State.

Construction as Baha Mar’s financing
and equity/project manager partners
respectively, Mr Sands said the devel-
oper felt it had submitted everything | ing.
necessary to the Ingraham administra-
tion, and had also reached a “different
arrangement” with the Government for
building the Cecil Wallace-Whitfiekl
Building’s replacement. ‘
Under the current terms, while Baha .
Mar would provide the land and finance
the project, the Government would hire
its own contractor and determine the
timing of the new building’s construc-

* Expecting to reach ‘resolution’ on $170-$180m Scotiabank bridge syndicate ‘in the near term’ >
* Developer believes project’s economic boost ‘could not have come at a better time’

tion. Baha Mar is paying the Govern-

“We are hopeful that the Govern-
ment approval process moves as quick-
ly as possible to allow is to begin con-

year,” Mr Sands told Tribune Business.
“We have not received a timeline as yet.
We are hopeful it will be done as expe-
ditiously as possible by the Government

SEE page 10B

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By NEIL HARTNELL

' Tribune Business Editor

A FORMER Bahamas
Chamber of Commerce presi-
dent yesterday urged the pub-
lic to vote out of office any
MP who opposed Baha Mar
being allowed:to obtain 5,000
work permits for Chinese con-
struction workers, telling Tri-
bune Business that the $2.6
billion project’s long-term
benefits far outweighed any
short-term issues. ° .

Arguing that the Bahamian
economy “desperately needs”
the Cable Beach redevelop-
ment to reverse its decline
over recent years, Dionisio
D’ Aguilar, who is Super-
‘wash’s president, urged the
Government and its ministers
to stop focusing on any ‘nega-
tives’ associated with the
Baha Mar project and instead -
start to sell its positive
aspects.

Telling Tribune Business
that he understood a maxi-
mum of 2,500'Chinese work-
ers would be in the country at
any one time, Mr D’ Aguilar
said: “I’m very excited that

‘the Chinese government has

SEE page 10B



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visual image on a viewer’s
mind.

By and large, both graphic
and professional web designers
understand how colours can
create a mood or set a tone,

thus understanding the mean-
_ing of symbols and how they

can be used in communicating
ideas. Like any visual artist,
they comprehend the impor-
tance of symmetry and balance
as well.

Fundamentally, as a designer
you'll need to work with cus-
tomers, as you will be rendering

them and yourself a disservice if.

you don't explain the differ-
ences between both rudiments.
Let's say a customer approach-
es you to seek a printed design
for a site featuring lots of
graphics, animation and other
"business".

Most will probably -not
understand ‘the trade-offs’,
such as download speed and
maintenance, for a page filled
with graphics and animation.
However, your job is to explain
and be transparent, as this will
result in a happy customer and
a credible reputation. Never-
theless, before we move any

further, let’s define each media:

What is Print Media? ;

Print media is the means of
making information known by
the use of books, catalogues,
journals, magazines, newspa-
pers, newsletters and the like.
Meanwhile, Web Media makes
information known through
Internet, TV and radio.

Notably, when designing a
page on the web, its appear-
ance will change drastically
depending upon the browser or
operating system used for view-
ing, whereas print design has
permanence and stability.

Web Media

There has never been a
media that is as “fluid” as the
web. By this I mean: Has there
ever been a media where the
design had to have room to
breathe to account for other
considerations outside the
designer’s control? .

As a web designer, you may
work on: Standard HTML web-
sites, flash websites, e-mail
newsletters and banner adver-
tising. While on the web you
are measuring spaces in pixels,
and are faced with the chal-
lenge of designing sites to look
the best on all size monitors,
aiming for supreme resolution.
Nonetheless, a consistent design
with consistent navigation
(always in the same place) is
key to keeping viewers on your
Site.

Print Media

As a print designer, you may
work on magazines, advertise-
ments, product design, packag-
ing, business cards and logos
etc. However, although it seems
that web design can be very
impressive, it still does not
prove to be as memorable as

” print design.

The reason being is that print
design (good print design)
appeals to more of the senses,
as it has a touch and a smell,
as well as an appearance, lives
longer in the memory and is
easier to identify with. Essen-
tially, it is a possession, while
a web design is viewed without
physicaltouch.

Print design is precise and
has the absolute control of the
layout. When a print publica-
tion is viewed, the design is
cohesive and guides you from
page to page, changing in subtle



ways throughout to retain inter-
est. Your attempt is to convince
your audience to stay on a page
long enough to get a market-

' ing message across. You are

often, in some cases, trying to
lure your customers to dive
deeper into your product, as
with book covers or the first
page of brochures.

Consider the difference
between your colours on screen
and on paper. Again, a ‘proof’
can help ensure you are getting
the desired results.

Another benefit of print
design is that you are dealing
with a physical product, such
as texture and shape. Your
space is generally measured in
inches, anything from a busi-
ness card to a highway bill-
board. For example, the final
piece will be delivered as-is to
the printer, appearing as
intended, while delivering your
designs to a web programmer is
tied in with hopes that your site
would be viewed as proposed.

Dealing with colour can be
very tricky in both print and
web designs, so it is important
to understand each of the
colour models and spaces, such
as RGB:and CMYK.

Let me clarify: For print
designers, knowing the latest

‘ advances in the printing process

will help to achieve the best
results in printed matter, while
for web designers, knowing the
aptitude of your programmer
will help in optimising the most
effective display.

Overall, learning both print
and web design is advantageous
as, you would become more
marketable; because in today’s
job market, listings often
request knowledge of both.
However, being able to offer a
client a full marketing package,
with print materials and a web-
site to match, will aid growth
while building an impressive
portfolio. -

Ultimately, at the most basic
level, the web is interactive and
print pieces are not. Of course,
the list can go on and on for
both, but the basic disparity is
that when designing for print
you will end up with a finished
product that customers can
hold in their hand. Designing
for the web, you will generally
work on an ever-evolving piece
that customers can only view
on a computer display. Hope
these tips were helpful, so until
we meet again, play a little,
have fun and stay on top of
your game.

NB: The author welcomes
feedback at: deedee2111@hot-
mail.com

To: The Art of Graphics

Deidre M. Bastian

From:lfferguson@gmail.com
_ ‘Ms Bastian, Iam a frequent
reader of your column every
Thursday, The Art of Graph-
ics. The articles are well written
and very knowledgeable. I par-
ticularly enjoyed the article on
Presenting the best of yourself -
Presentations. If you have a
chance, could you publish that
one again please? This is also
good for Family Islanders who
are not able to receive this type
of computer/Graphic training.
Keep up the good work

To: L. Ferguson

From: Deidre M.

Bastian/Art of Graphix

Thanks for your remarks and
interest in the Column: Stay
tuned, I will resubmit the arti-
cle, "Presenting the Best of
Yourself" , in the next edition.

All the best.



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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 3B

BUSINESS



Three-phased plan
for contractors to
gain project share

By CHESTER ROBARDS
Business Reporter

crobards@tribunemedia.net

THE BAHAMIAN Con-
tractors Association (BCA) is

readying a three-tier initiative -

that will prepare construction
workers and companies at all
levels to bid for jobs when the
$2.6 billion Baha Mar project

begins in the next several °

months, its president said yes-
terday.

Stephen Wrinkle said the
Bahamas construction indus-
try will have to adapt to chang-
ing methods and technologies,
and adhere to internationally
recognised and accepted stan-
dards, if it is to remain com-
petitive in the region and “par-
ticipate in the future develop-
ment of the country”.

According to Mr Wrinkle,
the BCA has for some time
been working on changing the
way contractors negotiate, bid,
manage and close out projects
in order to have them engage
with large, global contractors
and developers.

The BCA, along with Baha
Mar and the Bahamas Techni-
cal and Vocational Institute
(BTVI), has formulated a
three-part construction initia-
tive that includes a job skills
bank, division-contractors, and
a contractor seminar series.

The job skills: bank will cre-
ate a national database of
workers with various trades

and assess each of them to:

ascertain their skill level. The
database, upon its completion,
will be made available to
Bahamian contractors, sub-
contractors and division con-
tractors to “draw.workers
from”.

The division contractors ini-
tiative will position Bahamians

‘Major/T ribune staff

BAHAMIAN Contractors Association president Stephen Wrinkle speaks during yesterday's luncheon.

to communicate with interna-
tional offshore partners in a
language they understand.
“Incidentally, the Baha Mar
project is an English speaking
project,” said Mr Wrinkle. “By
familiarising our industry to

this format we will significant-

ly improve our chances for a
joint venture or sub-contractor
partnership, as well as oppor-
tunities for the BCA certified,
independent division contrac-
tors.”-He added that the BCA
was not attempting to change
the way construction industry

_ firms do business locally, but

only to have them expand their
abilities.



The contractor seminar - the
third arm of the BCA initia-
tive - will assist general con-
tractors, sub-contractors and
division contractors for the pre-
qualification, tendering and
administrative requirements
that “Baha Mar and other large
construction and development
companies have in place for
their projects”.

In the next few weeks, Baha
Mar could roll out $60 million
worth of contracts to begin the
first phase of the project, which
will only be awarded to
Bahamian contractors.

The first phase requires the
removal of government and

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commencement.

He also added that there will
be aspects of the resort com-
plex build that will be reserved
for small Bahamian contrac-
tors, including construction of
the Pompey Village Straw Mar-
ket.

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PORT DEPARTMENT
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All Mariners operating within Nassau Harbour are advised
that effective 7:00 a.m. on Friday, 23 July until
approximately the end of July, 2010, Cutter Suction Dredger
“ORSA" shall be widening the entrance channel to the Port
of Nassan.

Duting these widening dredging works, commercial traffic
is RESTRICTED TO SINGLE LANE ONLY, to ensure safe
passage between dredger URSA” and “EASTERN —
BREAKWATER".

Passage of the dredger in the period of 23 July to the end of
July, 2010, requires constant communication between
Pilots, Harbour Comtral Office and ‘URSA, for which the |
dredger needs to stop and allow a 500 feet wide passage
lane between dredger and Eastern Breakwater.

It is important that only after “URSA Captain/Dredge master
on watch” has approved passage of “URSA” on the VHF
radio (Channel 16 or 77) vessels should sail pass the
dredger “URSA” mariners are advised to obey one Gy hour
notice before passage.

Failure to do so could result into unforeseen unacceptable |
incidents involving vessel, dredger and its crew,

We look forward in close cooperation to completer the most
delicate part of the works in harmony and support with the
shipping community antil the end of July, 2010 when the
dredging works are completed,

The Port department apologizes for any inconvenience
caused.

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COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS —2009





IN THE SUPREME COURT — CLE/QUI/No. 01433



Common Law and Equity Division '





" NOTICE
THE QUIETING TITLES ACT, 1959

The Petition of Paper White Limited a
Company incorporated under the laws of the
Commonwealth of The Bahamas and having its
Registered Office situate the City of Nassau in the
Island of New Providence one of the Islands of The
Commonwealth of The Bahamas in respect of:








IN THE MATTER OF ALL THAT piece or parcel
or lot of land comprising an area of Bee and Eight
Hundred and Sixty-seven Thousandths (1. 867)
cs) situate Hae y one and one half

. Cs South of the Settlement of Hope Town
Ibow Cay, Abaco one of the Islands of The
Commonwealth of The Bahamas and being bounded

‘ Northeastwardly by land now or formerly the
' property of Bahama Landfalls Limited and running
thereon Four Hundred Fifty-seven and Fort three.
Hundredths (457.43) feet Southeastwardly by
Centre Line Road Thirty (30) feet wide and running
thereon Two Hundred and Twenty (220.00) feet
Southwestwardly by a Road Twenty (20) feet wide
and running thereon Two Hundred and Ninety-
three and Sixty-four Hundredtlis (293.64) feet and
Northwestwardly by The Sea at High Water Mark
and running thereon Two Hundred and Seventy and
Seventy Hundredths (270.70) feet which said piece
or parcel of land has such position boundaries shape
marks and dimensions as are shown on the Survey
Plan No. 1980 Abaco filed in the Department of
Lands and Surveys of The Commonwealth of The
Bahamas.


























The Petitioner Paper White Limited claims
to be the owner of the fee simple estate in possession
of the piece parcel or lot of land hereinbefore
described and the Petitioner has made application
to the Supreme Court of The Commonwealth of The:
Bahamas under Section 3 of the Quieting Titles Act,
1959, to have its title to the said land investigated
and the nature and extent thereof determined and
declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted by the
rere in accordance with the provisions of the said’
ct












Copies of the filed Plans may be inspected
during normal office hours at:




The Re of the Supreme Court, Ansbacher
House





ast Street North, Nassau, Bahamas;



The Office of the Island Administrator situate at
Marsh Harbour, Abaco, The Bahamas; and ,




_ The Chambers of Roberts, Isaacs & Ward, The
Rigamo Building, Bay Street and Victoria Avenue,
Nassau, The Bahamas.









NOTICE is hereby given that any person or ersons
~ having Dower or right to Dower or any Adverse
Claim not recognized in the Petition shall before
the 31“ day of — August, 2010 file in
‘the Registry of the Supreme Court and serve on the
Petitioner or the undersigned a Statement of Claim
in prescribed form verified by an Affidavit to be filed ©
therewith. Failure of any such person or persons to
file and serve a Statement of Claim and the requisite
documents on or before the 31st day of August,
2010 will operate a as a bar to such claim.











ROBERTS, ISAACS & WARD,
Attorneys for the Petitioner
Chambers
The Rigarno Building
Bay St. & Victoria Ave.
Nassau, Bahamas






“named Company

Legal Notice

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
(No.45 of 2000)
BUTTERCUP INVESTMENTS LIMITED

In Voluntary liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with
Section 137(4) of the International Business Com-
panies Act No. 45 of 2000, BUTTERCUP INVEST-
MENTS LIMITED, is in Dissolution.

The date of commencement. of dissolution is the
27th day of July 2010..

‘Luis Maria Pifeyrua Pittaluga
Zonamerica, Ruta 8-km 17.500
AILSA, CP91600, Montevideo
Uruguay
Liquidator

LEGAL NOTICE

EGI, Ltd.
(In Receivership)

Pursuant to section 147 (a) of the Companies
Act, 1992, Notice is hereby given that the above-
(‘the Company"). isin
Receivership, commencing the 19" day of July
2010 and Craig A. (Tony) Gomez and Edward R.
Rolle of Baker Tilly Gomez, The Deanery, No. 28
Cumberland Street, P. O. Box N-1991, Nassau,
Bahamas are appointed the Receiver-Managers
of the Company for the purpose of managing the
affairs of the said Company.

Dated the 23, July 2010

Craig A (Tony) Gomez
Receiver-Manager

Edward R. Rolle
Receiver-Manager



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PROPERTY FOR SALE oe Eee 3 |

LEGAL NOTICE

Grand Caribbean Resorts Ltd.
(In Receivership)

Pursuant to section 164 of the International
Business, Companies Act and in accordance with
section 147 (a) of the Companies Act, 1992,
Notice is hereby given that the above-named
Company ("the Company’) is in Receivership,
commencing the 19" day of July 2010 and Craig
A. (Tony) Gomez and Edward R. Rolle of Baker
Tilly Gomez, The Deanery, No. 28 Cumberland
Street, P.O. Box N-1991, Nassau, Bahamas are
appointed the Receiver-Managers of the
Company for the purpose of eiaggt the affairs
of the said Company.

Dated the 22, July 2010

Craig A. (Tony) Gomez
Receiver-Manager

Edward R. Rolle
Receiver-Manager



LEGAL NOTICE

INGLEBURY ARCH LIMITED

International Business Companies Act
(No.45 of 2000) .
In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 138 (4) of
the International Business Companies Act, (No. 45 of 2000), :
INGLEBURY ARCH LIMITED _ ise in dissolution. PANA-
MERICAN MANAGEMENT SERVICES (BAHAMAS) LID.,
is the Liquidator and can be contacted at of Winterbotham Place,

Marlborough & Queen Street, PRO. Box N-10429, Nassau, Ba-
hamas. All persons having claims against the above-named com-
pany are required to send their names, addresses and particulars of
their debts or claims to the Liquidator before August 27th, 2010.

Be 4 we

Lilian DE MUSCHETT

_ PANAMERICAN: MANAGEMENT
* SERVICES (BAHAMAS) LTD.

Liquidator



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Fed survey:
Recovery
slows in

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ac eC ey | comprising two bedrooms, one bathroom,
living/dining room & Kitchen

By JEANNINE AVERSA
AP Economics Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) —
The pace of economic activity
has slowed or held steady in
parts of the US, revealing a
choppy path back to health.

A new survey released by the
Federal Reserve Wednesday
found the US economy growing
this summer, even as risks
mount.

Of the 12 regions tracked by
the Fed, the survey said that
growth held steady in Cleve-
land and Kansas City, but
slowed in Atlanta and Chica-
go. Economic activity else-
where was described as mod-
est.

High unemployment, cau-
tious consumers and businesses,
an ailing housing market and
an edgy Wall Street have kept
the recovery from gaining
strength..

Manufacturing expanded in
most regions. However, half of
them — New York, Cleveland,
Kansas City, Chicago, Atlanta
and Richmond — reported that
activity had "slowed" or "lev-
eled off." Steel production
declined in both Chicago and
Cleveland.

Retailers reported sales
gains, although merchants in
some places said shoppers
focused on buying "necessities."
Sales of big-ticket goods were
slower.

In fact, reports across most
regions found that auto sales
had declined.

The housing market turned
more sluggish after homebuyer

. tax credits expired in April.

Commercial real estate busi-
nesses continued to "struggle"
across all 12 regions, the sur-
vey said.

Jennifer Lee, economist at
BMO Capital Markets, said "it
was a relief" that the Fed's sur-
vey didn't point to a "re-emer-
gence of another recession" giv-
én the adverse conditions.

"Activity is picking up but’

unfortunately the pace remains
sluggish,” she said. "Still no sol-
id evidence that a ‘double dip'
is going to happen."

Findings

The findings will figure into
deliberations when Fed Chair-
man Ben Bernanke and his col-
leagues meet next on August
10

The Fed has signalled that it
will hold rates at record lows
at that time and probably well
into next year to help energize
the recovery.

And Bernanke told Congress

Jast.week that the Fed is pre-

pared to take new steps to stim-
ulate economic growth if the
recovery were to flash signs of

. Sliding back into recession.

At the same time, Bernanke
downplayed the odds that the

economy would slide back into
a "double dip" recession.

The survey also found that
prices of many goods and ser-
vices held steady in most
regions, more evidence that
inflation isn't a problem
because the economy is still
weak, z

Companies are hesitant to
jack up prices when shoppers
are so cautious, and employers
aren't handing out hefty pay
raises, either.

Some improvements were

reported in SEM con-
ditions.
* However, companies are still
relying heavily on temporary
workers, rather than hiring full-
time employees.

The Fed's region-by-region
survey, traditionally known as

the Beige Book, provides a.

unique snapshot of the nation.

The central bank's 12 region-
al arms have their people fan
out to gather information from
businesses and talk to local
economists and experts on the
markets.

The result is a more intimate
look at the overall economy
than broad statistics provide.

The Fed survey is based on
information collected from the
Fed's 12 regional banks on or
before July 19.

The picture painted by the
survey is consistent with the
assessment Bernanke gave
Congress last week.

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| Six-Plex, Apartment Building, on Lot
| #12, Block #86, Richmond Park

| Subdivision, Unit 3R, Freeport Grand

| Bahama. Five | bed Ibath units and One 4
| bed 2 bath unit. Appraised @ $706,347 as
at January 9, 2009

NEW PROVIDENCE

| Three Apartment Buildings
Lot # 1,58 & 59
| Ferguson Terrace off Malcolm Road

op Four Pes Robinson Close SOF McKinney |

Drive, Carmichael Road, ona portion of |

| land Containing 11,747 sq ft., 3) Two bed |

L bath & Al) One bed, ] bath. ee
TBA.

| Building C: triplex comprising 2-Bedrooms |
| and |-Bathroom Apartments. Appraised @
| $700,000 as at August 20, 2009

Vacant Land

Lot #4 Block # 1, Winton Heights
Subdivision comprising of 15,589 sq fi.
Appraisal TBA

| Vacant Land — Hill Top

| Lot # 12, Orange Hill # 1 Subdivision’

| 27,377 sq. ft. and about 1.0417 miles west
| of Blake Road, or I“ Corner left after

| Kisskadee Dr. West Bay Street property.
| located @ southern end of road reservation.
| Appraised @ $493,000 as at March 18,

| 2010 .

| Great Guana Cay, Abaco Cays Multi Purpose Coinmnereal siBuilding

(known as Faith Convention Center)
nestles on approximately 2.5 acres of land, |
situated in the town of Marsh Harbour on |
- | the island of Abaco. Appraisal TBA.








| situates in the vicinity of the Public Dock
| the settlement of Guana Cay. Appraisal
| TBA.










| Commercial Complex Includes 5 Octagon
| Shape Buildings. Marsh Harbour Abaco,
| situated on approximately 8,760 s f piece






Three incomplete Villas 3 Situated onLot |

_ |.17380 Bahama Sound #18 Subdivision, va
‘Near the Township of George Town, |
Exuma Bahamas. Appraised TBA.

| Two Storey Commercial Building
|George Town Exuma :

| 4,2 bed | bath apartment | bed | bath

| apartment on the top floor, bottom floor.
| hoase’s five retail/offices spaces.

| Appraised TBA.









| Single Family Residence
| Bahama Island Beach Section 3, Little -
| Exuma Bahamas!974 sq ft building

| comprising of 6 bed, 2 bath on

| approximately 19,700 sq ft of property.














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| A single storey Commercial Building

PA Sit A single storey Triplex Building (fully
| situated on Lot # 90-D Approximately .

rented) situated on Lot #.90-A







- | 42,616 sq ft. in the settlement of Lower | approximately 17, 17,807-sq fi in the
| Bogue on the Island of Eleuthera, settlement of Lower Bogue on the Island of
El eather, spake TBA.




Vacant Laud x :

Lot # 90-E, Approximately 16, SDisq fi in
-| the settlement of Lower Bogue on the
Island of Eleuthera, a sopra TBA.





| A vacant single Storey Structure Building
| situated on Lot # 90-F Approximately

| 27,736 sq ft. in the settlement of Lower

| Bogue on the Island of Eleuthera, .

| Appraised TBA.
/Vacant Land =
| Lot # 90-G, Approximately 18,826 sq fi in
| the settlement of Lower Bogue on the
| Island of Eleuthera, Appraised TBA.







Vacant Land 3 24
Lot # 90-C, Approximately 21,430 sq fin
the settlement of Lower Bogue onthe |
Island of Eleuthera, Appraised TBA.





Vacant Land |

| Lot #90-B, Approximately 22,376 sq ft. in
| the settlement of Lower Bogue on the

| Island of damian Appraised TBA.






For conditions of sale and any other information,
please contact:
THE COMMERCIAL.CREDIT COLLECTION UNIT
@502-1320/356-1685.
§02-0929/356-1608
Nassau, Bahamas

Interested persons should submit offer in writing
addressed to:
THE COMMERCIAL CREDIT COLLECTION UNIT

, P..0.. Box N-7518 Nassau, Bahamas |






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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 7b

Fund sector suffers
S80bn asset decline

from 800 - reversing 2008’s gain —_ increased by $24 million or 12.7
Of 42. per cent to $213 million.
While the Bahamas had Total employment in the
And, reflecting the decline — avoided.“some of the pitfalls” credit union sector rose by one
in fund numbers, the total value — experienced by other jurisdic- _ to 109 last year, the report said,’
of assets under management by __ tions during 2009, the Central reversing the previous year’s
Bahamian-domiciled invest-. Bank warned that the Bahami- contraction. Salary expenses
ment funds fell by 29.7 percent, an financial services industry - _ rose by 1.4 per cent to $2.8 mil-
or $80 billion to $190 billion, especially the international seg-__ lion, while administrative costs
continuiug the trend started by ment - “is expected tocontinue _—_ declined by $0.4 million to $2.6
2008's $28 billion decline. to experience significant head- million and capital outlays
The data again highlights the — winds in 2010”. ' steadied at $0.3 million.
difficulties the Bahamas is fac- That conclusion is not sur- - The International Business
ing in escaping from the shad- __ prising, given the ongoing reg- | Companies (IBCs) sector was
ow cast by rival international _ulatory initiatives from the likes not immune from the econoin-
financial centre, the Cayman of the OECD/G-20 that con- “ic downturn and global finan-
Islands, which has established tinue to target international _ cial services industry malaisc,
itself as the world’s leading financial centres, increased _ though, as the number of new
investment fund domicile by competition and “increased __ registrations fell from 4,003. in
some distance. demands for greater trans- 2008 to just 2,676 last year. -
And it also exposes the parency and accountability by -As a result, fees paid by the
extent of the work that needs to clients”. IBC industry to the Govern-
be done if the Bahamas is to ,One financial sector that ment fell by $1.3 million or 6
establish itself as a leading appeared to buck the downturn __ per cent to $20 million, comi-:
international investment funds in 2009 was credit unions, pared to a 40.1 per oe
domicile. It has been targeted something the Central Bank __ increase in 2008.
as a key financial services seg- said. showed “growing accep- In the insurance seston:
ment, given that it provides tance” of these institutions by _ wages and salaries held steady
assorted lucrative opportuni- the Bahamian public as direct — at $55.1 million during 2009,
ties for a variety of professions competitors to commercial despite an increase in industry
- fund managers, fund adminis- _ banks and other HepOsl ans staffing levels by 25 persons to
trators, accountants and.attor- __ institutions. 1,540. Some 98.3 per cent of
neys to name a few. While the number of regis- insurance sector employees,
The Central Bank report, tered credit unions fell by two some 1,514 persons. are
though, noted that Bahamas- to 15 during 2009, due to a Bahamians.
based investment fund admin- merger in the sector and one Yet despite the increase in
istrators, “the principal source —de-registration, the Central employees, fees paid by the
of employment in the fund — Bank said the industry’s total insurance industry to the Gov-
industry”, declined in number assets increased by $12.9 mil- ernment fell by $2.5 million or
by two during 2009 to finish the lion or 5.3 per cent to $257.5 15.1 per cent to $14.2 million,
year at 62. million, animprovement upon __ due to drops in premium taxes
This, the report said, implied —_ 2008’s 3 per cent growth. and Stamp Duty.
“a modest reduction in total Outstanding loans, equiva- The insurance industry's cap-
employment levels within the lent to 65.2 percent of the sec- “ital spending increased by $1.5
industry” during 2009, with tor’s total assets, grew by $15 _ million or 20.9 per cent to $8.9
fund under management by million or 9.8 per cent to $168 _— million, due to outlays on new
administrators falling to 707 _— million, while its deposit base — premises.



FROM page 1B

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constraints, Ensure the business of the Bank is conducted ina controlled, efficient and
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IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE
WHAT: EXTENSION OF IT’S

FROM page 1B

net equity inflows decreased by
$48.1 million to $74.4 million,
and net real estate purchases
by $29.9 million to $35.1 mil-
lion”.

Given the current condition
of the global economy, investor
confidence and the credit mar-
kets, none of this is surprising.
This data comes, though, after a
leading international-repbort
revealed that the Bahamas -
along with two other Caribbean
territories - accounted for half
the 2009 investment inflows
into the world’s 29 small island
developing states (SIDS).

The World Investment Report
2010: Investing in a low carbon
economy, which was published
by a branch of the United
Nations, said that together with
Jamaica and Trinidad & Toba-
go, the Bahamas accounted for
half the $5 billion in foreign
direct investment inflows
received by the 29 SIDS in
2010.

“Foreign direct investment
inflows to SIDS declined by 35
per cent in 2009, marking the
end of four consecutive years
of increase,” the World Invest;
ment Report 20L0 said. “Nev-
ertheless, at $5 billion, inflows
were the second largest ever.
The share of inward foreign
direct investment flows in gross
fixed capital formation declined
from 40 per cent in 2008 to 30
per cent in 2009.”

The report said foreign direct
investment flows into small
Latin American and Caribbean
island states fell by 45 per cent



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Foreign
investment
slides 41.0 per
| centin Q1

in 2009, but added: The top
three host economies (Jamaica,
Trinidad & Tobago and
Bahamas, in that order)
absorbed nearly half of the
SIDS group’s total inflows.”
The Bahamas received $654
million in foreign direct invest-
ment in 2009, some 13 per cent
of all such flows going to SIDS.

Still, the $654 million figure rep-

resented a 22 per cent decline
upon 2008’s $839 million invest-
ment inflow, and was also
below the $746 million received
by the Bahamas in 2007.
Given the Bahamas’ rela-
tively high purchasing power,
with a per capita income of
$21,275 in 2009, the World
Investment Report suggested
it was potentially an “attractive
niche destination for specific
industries”, such as luxury

’ goods retailing.

Central

Meanwhile, another Central
Bank of the Bahamas report,
this time on the financial ser-
vices industry’s contribution to
the Bahamian economy, noted

that banking industry employ-.

ment fell by 106 persons or 2.1
per cent to 4,905.

The number of Bahamian
employees in the industry fell
by 1.6 per cent or 75 persons
to 4,602, with non-Bahamian
worker numbers dropping by
31 or 9.3 per cent to 303.

“Of the 106 reduction in
employed persons, nearly 26
per cent (27) were linked to
retrenchment exercises of a sin-
gle entity with a domestic
exchange control designation,”

the Central Bank report said.

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“Some 45 per cent (48 persons)
Of the total represented thg dis-
engagement of temporary.
workers, as institutions sought
to curtail expenses. The bal-
ance featured a combination of

redundancies, due to scaled-

down. operations and normal
attrition.

“A further disaggregation
showed that the number of
Bahamians employed by
domestic banks, which had
grown steadily by an average
of 3.7 per cent over the last five
years, moved lower by 82 per-
sons (2.2 per cent) at
3,653....... .... In addition, the
expatriate workforce in these
institutions decreased sharply
by 20 persons (35.7 per cent)
to 36, compared to an average
rise of 5.6 per cent between
2004 and 2008.”

This resulted in the ratio of
Bahamian to non-Bahamian
employees in the domestic
banking sector falling from
71.4:1 in 2008 to 65.8:1. On the
international side, the ratio of

‘Bahamian to non-Bahamian

workers steadied at 3.5:1, as
there was an increase of seven
Bahamian employees, coupled
with a decline in expatriate staff
numbers by 11.

The Central Bank report not-
ed that average base salaries
and bonuses in the Bahamian
financial service sector declined
by 3.1 per cent and 4.1 per cent
respectively in 2009.

The average compensation
for Bahamian workers fell by
3.7 per cent to $49,481, while

“bonus payments ensured the

remuneration received by expa-
triate workers rose by 17.3 per
cent to $174,779.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTS BOARD LICENSE ARCHITECTS

Commonwealth of The Bahamas

Established by Act of Parliament 1994
P. O. Box CB-13040, 143 Nassau Street - Nassau, Bahamas

Public Notice is hereby given that the following Architects are hereby removed from the Register of the
“Professional Architects Board” Licensed Architects effective June 30" 2010.

NAME

Donald E. Brogden (Deceased)
Philip D.. Johnson (Deceased)

Ayodele O. Olurin °

Daniel W.J. Davies (Deceased) ;

Henry Melich (Deceased)
‘Gerard P. Brown (Deceased) —
‘George T. Sands ~

\

Ray J.H. Nathaniels (Deceased)

_ ADDRESS

P. O. Box N 8585

‘Phone No. (242) 327-5577

- Nassau, Bahamas

P. O. Box N 742

‘Phone No. (242) 323-6815
Nassau, Bahamas

P..O. Box N 8854 ;
Phone No. (242) 326-3675
Nassau, Bahamas ,

P: O: Box EL 25076
Phone No. (242).332-2012

Governor's Harbour, Eleuthera .

P. O. Box N 3921
Phone No. (242) 327-8188
Nassau, Bahamas

P. O..Box 13248
Phone No. (242) 377-0020 .
‘Nassau, Bahamas

P.O. Box 7956. -
Phone Na. (242).327-7433
Nassau, Bahamas

P. O. Box N 221
-Phone No. (242) 327-7748
Nassau, Bahamas

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Wilshire W. Bethel
Cleveland L. Mitchell (Deceased)
Robert M. Nortman
Robert M. Isaacs (Deceased)
Peter J. H. Barratt .
Joseph N. Lynch (Deceased) ~

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June 30" 2010.”

PUBLIC NOTICE

ADDRESS

P. O. Box N 658
Phone No. (242) 362-4827
Nassau, Bahamas.

P. O. Box N 8485
Phone No. (242) 324-1762
Nassau, Bahamas

P. O. Box N 346

Phone No. (242) 323-4349

Nassau, Bahamas

P.O. Box N 4556
Phone No. (242) 323-7240
Nassau, Bahamas

P. O. Box N 8156
Phone No. (242) 322-4880
Nassau, Bahamas

P. O. Box F 41007.
Phone No. (242) 373-6393
Nassau, Bahamas

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Nassau, Bahamas

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Commonwealth of The Bahamas

Established by Act of Parliament 1994
P. O. Box CB-13040, 143 Nassau Street - Nassau, Bahamas

Public Notice is hereby given that the following Architectural Technicians are hereby removed fromthe —
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NAME _

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Edgar A. nies (Ceceased) :
Kenderick N. Harins: (Deceased) "
Michael x. Hinsey

Leroy Knowles

Patrick N. Kaity |

Rufus N. Bain

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Wayne C. Ruséell '

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_ Phone No. (242) 324-0470

~. Nassau, Bahamas
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P. ©: Box N 10734.
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- Nassau, Bahamas

P. O, Box F 43906
Phone No. (242).352-5204

_ Freeport, Grand Bahama

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Phone‘No. (242) 325-7689

“Nassau, Bahamas

P.O. Box N 3206
Phone No. (242) 323-3333

. Nassau, Bahamas

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“Phone No. (242) 326-3230
_Nassau, Bahamas

P.O. Box F 41009
Phone No. (242) 352-2942

Freeport, Grand Bahama

P. O. Box AB 20277
Phone No. (242) 367-3241
Marsh Harbour, Abaco

P.O: Box N 4569 ;
Phone No..(242) 341 7046 _
Nassau, Bahamas ;

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Aaron C. Russell

‘Hon. Kenneth Russell

Deborah S. Deveaux
Hiton SR. Gray, Sr.
Roland S. Bevans
A. Ellis. Bannister

Marguerite O'Brien Grant

Stefan E. Edgecombe

William K. Higgs
Timothy R. B. Collie

30" June 2010

ADDRESS

P. O. Box SS 5230
Phone No. (242) SS 5330
Nassau, Bahamas

P. O. Box N'7605. .
Phone No. (242) 327-5144

’. Nassau, Bahamas

P. O. Box SS 5499
Phone No. (242) 302-9547
Nassau, Bahamas

, Tarpum Bay
Eleuthera, Bahamas

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Phone No. (242) 345-5063
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Freeport, Grand Bahama

P. O. Box GT- 2680
Phone No. (242) 392-7991
Nassau, Bahamas

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Phone No. (242) 322-4830
Nassau, Bahamas

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Phone No. (242) 353-7144
Freeport, Grand Bahama

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Phone No. (242) 331-2022
Queen's Highway

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Phone No. (242) 352-4333
Freeport, Grand Bahama

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Phone No. (242) 328-7700
Nassau, Bahamas

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Phone No. (242) 393-6113
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COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS — 2009
IN THE SUPREME COURT





IN THE MATTER OF ALL that piece parcel or
tract of land containing approximately 12.76
acres situate at White Sound on the western
coast of Elbow Cay (Little Guana Cay) one of
the Cays in the Abaco chain of Cays jin the
Commonwealth of The Bahamas

AND »

IN THE MATTER of the Quieting Titles Act,
1959

AND
IN THE MATTER of the Petition of MAITLAND
LOWE





NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that MAITLAND
LOWE, The Petitioner claims to be owner in
fee simple in possession of all that piece parcel
or tract-of land containing approximately 12.76
acres, situate; at:White Sound on.the western
coast of Elbow Cay (Little Guana Cay) one of
the Cays in the Abaco chain of Cays in the
Commonwealth of The Bahamas, and has
made application to The Supreme Court of the
Commonwealth of The Bahamas under section
3 of the Quieting Titles Act, 1959 to have the
said piece parcel lot of land investigated and
the nature and_extent thereof determined and
declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted
by the Court in accordance with the provisions
of the said Act.



2

AND TAKE NOTICE that copies of a diagram
or plan showing dimensions of the said piece
parcel or lot of land may be inspected during
— normal working hours at the following places:

a) The Registry of the Supreme Court,-
Past Street Now N B

h, Nassau, The Bahamas;

b) The Office of the Administrator, Marsh
arbo

ur, Abaco; The Bahamas;

¢) Office of the Local Government Highs
own District Council, Hope Town, Abaco, The
Bahamas; and ° yee

d) The. Chambers of the Petitioner's
Attorneys Sears & Co., No. 10 Market Street
North, Nassau, The Bahamas.

NOTICE is hereby given that any person
having dower or a right to dower or an adverse
claim or claim not recognized in the. Petition
shall on or before the 7 day of July, A.D.
2010 file in the Registry of The Supreme Court
in the City of Nassau, aforesaid and serve on
the Petitioner or his Attorneys a Statement
of his/her or its claim in the prescribed form
verified. zy an Affidavit to be filed therewith.
Failure of,any such person to file and serve
a Statement of Claim within thirty (30) days
herein will operate as a bar to such claim.
Dated this 14" day of May, A.D., 2010.

MESSRS SEARS & CO.
Chambers
No. 10 Market Street
Nassau, Bahamas
Attorneys for the Petitioner



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‘We were staring down gun barrel’

FROM page 1B

The base for taxation was
switched to engine size from
the price of the vehicle.

A rate of 65 per cent is levied
on passenger vehicles with an
engine capacity of 2,000 c. c. or
less, 75 per cent on engines
between 2,000 cc and 2,500.ccs,
and 85 per cent on those with a
higher capacity.

This contrasts with the for-

mer duty regime, where a duty
rate of 55 per cent was levied
on vehicles with a value of $0-
$9,999. For vehicles valued at
$10,000-$19,999, the duty rate
was 60 per cent, and for those
valued: between $20,000-
$24,999, 75 per cent. Only vehi-
cles worth more than $25,000
carried a duty rate of 85 per
cent.

Mr Albury told Tribune
Business that the increased tax
rates would impact consumers

rather than sales at Bahamas \

Bus and Truck or any other
dealer, because “the person get-
ting approved for $30,000 will
still get approved for $30,000”.

The burden; he explained,
would “fall into the lap of the
customer” as they would be
able to afford less for their
money or the amount they
could borrow.

Meanwhile, Mr Albury said
Bahamas Bus and Truck’s sales
for the four months up to and
including June 2010 had “been
very good”, resulting in him

being unable to meet early July
demand because inventory had
dropped to unanticipated low
levels.

“The last. four months were
fantastic,” Mr Albury said. “It
wasn’t pre-recession numbers,
but an average number pre-
recession. I would say that com-
pared to 2009, it was up 15-20
per cent overall. We still have

’ to have a lot of those months to
get back to pre-recession, but
are seeing things move back on

. an upward trend.”



Energy saving deals signed

FROM page 1B

in three months, and will be distributed
over a period of four to six months. A pub-
lic awareness programme will be ongoing
during the distribution period’ that will focus
on energy efficiency and energy conserva-
tion.

“We will also partner with civil society
and others to conduct community-based
seminars on energy efficiency and conser-
vation, and to aid people where possible, in
the collection and proper disposal of
CFLS,” said Mr Neymour.

The contract to supply the solar water

heaters and Solar Photovoltaics (PV), and
to oversee their installation and training
of installers, was awarded.to Alternative
Power Sources (Bahamas) (APS).

The company, which is headquartered -

in Jamaica, received an award of $305,964
to train individuals to install, operate and
maintain solar water heaters and the PV
systems.

According to APS Bahamas cheif,
Guilden Gilbert, the company has operat-
ed. in the Bahamas since 2008, in Jamaica
for 15 years and also has a branch located in
Bermuda. ;

Mr Neymour said APS was the lowest

bidder for both the Solar Heater and PV
contracts.

He said the PV arm of the project will be
the test bed to determine the financial,
operational and technical challenges of
implementing and reforming legislation
to allow power. generation by PVs.

“These projects are geared toward reduc-

_ ing the impact of rising energy costs in an
environmentally friendly way for our citi-
zens,” Mr Neymour said. “We expect BEC
consumers who participate in all of these
initiatives to see a reduction in their ener-
gy consumption and, as a consequence, a
reduction in their energy bills.”

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BAHA, from 1B

of the Bahamas.
“What it means is that once
our project is approved by the

‘Government of the Bahamas,

we will immediately award
those six contracts to Bahamian
contractors, representing over
$60 million in construction
awards.”

Those projects have been
projected to create at least 200
construction industry jobs, and
apart from the road re-routing
also involve a new fire and
police station, plus new bank
branches for Scotiabank, Com-
monwealth Bank and Fidelity
‘Bank (Bahamas), and a new
Straw Market.

Explaining that the Cecil
Wallace-Whitfield building’s
replacement would not be part
of the $60 million worth of
work, Mr Sands said: “We’ve
entered into different arrange-
ments with the Government of
the Bahamas on that particu-
lar point. The Government will

be responsible for rebuilding
that.
“We've come to an agreed
value and are providing the
land. They will contract the
contractor for that building.”

With approval from the Chi-*

nese government seemingly in
hand, Baha Mar and the Ingra-
ham administration can now
focus on working through this
nation’s approval process,‘and
the 49 conditions precedent the
developer must fulfill to con-
summate its project.

Another key will be resolving
the $170-$180 million bridging
loan provided by the Scotia-
bank-led syndicate, which
financed Baha Mar’s purchase
of the existing Cable Beach
resorts back in 2005. Tribune
Business sources indicated that
Scotiabank feels the situation
is at an “impasse”, the bank
having few attractive options
at this point.

If it moved to foreclose, it
would be left running several
loss-making resorts, and with

little prospect of recovering the
loan’s full value. A debt-for-
equity swap, where the Scotia-
bank syndicate took an owner-
ship stake in the Baha Mar pro-
ject, would also not be attrac-
tive to a conservative lender,
since it would effectively have
to write-down the value.of that
$170-$180 million loan.

It is likely that Baha Mar and
its principals, the Izmirlian fam-
ily, will not settle the Scotia-
bank situation until all required
approvals from the Bahamian
and Chinese governments are
in hand, Tribune Business has
been made to understand.

Resolution of the situation is
important, though, because part
of the collateral for the Scotia-
bank loan is real estate upon

which the $2.5 billion financing -
‘from the China Export-Import -

Bank will be secured upon.
Mr Sands said yesterday:
“We have been working very

hard and collaboratively with -

our partners in Scotiabank.
They know the Bahamian econ-

omy very well due to the impor-
tant business they conduct here,
and they certainly understand’
the positive impact our project
will have on it.

“We are in very active nego-
tiations to finalise the terms of
the bridge financing they have
provided, and we expect to
reach a resolution on this in the
very near term.”

Pointing to the estimated $1

. billion impact to Bahamian

gross domestic product (GDP)

. that the Baha Mar project

would have during its first full
year in operation, plus the
almost 11,000 jobs - including
7,000 direct ones - that would
be created, Mr Sands said the
Cable Beach redevelopment
held “huge economic benefits
for the Bahamas and the
Bahamian people”.

He added that the project
“could not have: come at a bet-
ter time as the economy begins
to recover. This will certainly
aid the economy as it starts that ”
process”.




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‘Vote out’ MPs opposed to Baha Mar's permits

FROM page 1B

given its stamp of approval. We’re one
step closer to getting the project under-
way.

“A final stumbling block is the
Bahamian government, led by Hubert A
Ingraham, who doesn’t seem terribly
excited about this deal. The economy
desperately needs this project. It would
be a huge boost in confidence. It would
signal a halt in the decline in the Bahami-
‘an economy, and inject a new level of
optimism that something big is about to
happen.”

The former Chamber president said
the mere fact that Baha Mar was about to
start construction could be enough to
encourage other Bahamian and foreign
developers, with plans for Bahamas pro-
jects, to get ‘off the fence’ and move their
dreams from the “drawing board” to real-
ity.

Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham said

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he would take Baha Mar’ application for
5,000 Chinese worker work permits to a
House of Assembly vote, seeking both
FNM and PLP support for the move,
seemingly amid fears of a political back-
lash regarding the immigration and jobs
implications of such a development.

Yet Mr D’ Aguilar said he had never
seen Mr Ingraham be wary about such a
major investment project before, and
warned that the Government and Oppo-
sition could do “significant harm” to the
Bahamas’ attractiveness as a foreign
direct investment destination if they were
seen to be ‘playing politics’ over the Baha
Mar deal.

The former Chamber president urged
politicians to “give some credit to the
Bahamian peaple”, who were easily able
to distinguish between the short-term
implications of.2,500 work permjts, and
7,000 permanent, long-term jobs for
Bahamians. :

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the Baha Mar work permit issue in a sim-
ilar light should be voted out of office, Mr
D’ Aguilar told Tribune Business: “We —
need to give up a little to get a lot in the
long-term. I hope the Government deals
with it expeditiously.

“J dare any one of the 41 parliamentar-
ians to vote against it, because doing so
would be a huge disaster for the country.
Any parliamentarian who does not vote
for this project should be wary about
being voted out at the next election.

“This is good for our economy, good
for our country. The Government has got
to stop talking down the project, and start
talking up the project - what’s good about
it. They need to start selling the good

parts rather than the negative, and the
fact these 5,000 people will not be here all
at once. At most, it’s 2,500.” :

Mr D’ Aguilar said the work permits

. were a condition of the loan, and was
inevitable given that few projects of Baha
Mar’s size were being funded currently.

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The Bahamas Orthodontic Center
the story of the Bahamas Orthodontic
Center began when Dr, Lofton Barry
Russell (Barry) after graduating from
Queens College attended Howard
University in Washington, D.C. where
he received the education and prac
ficed training required to pursue his
dream to provide first class Orthoden-
tic Treatment to Bahamians of all ages,
After receiving his BS (microbiology)
and Doctor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S))
he spent a year at Columbia Univer:
sity/Harlem: Hospital in New York City
completing his general practice resi-
dency training. ‘The following year he
returned to Howard University and
completed his specialty training in or-
thoddntics in 1991, Asa dental student
his outstanding academic and leader
ship achievements culnvinated with
his selection to “Whes Who Among
American Colleges & Universities”

BAHAMAS ORTHODONTIC CENTER

WINNER OF THE 2010
BUSINESS OF THE
~ YEAR AWARD

























Returning home in 1991 as the first
Bahamian Orthodontist, De. Russell
established a practice from suitable
rental quarters, His vision was to de
velop a practice that way first: world,
providing the highest quality treat-

thas, a building here in) Nassau was
designed and built specifically ta ae»
commute the macessury stateoalthes
L art equipment and staf) try 1996 the
. practive was officially given the name,
“the Bahamas Orthosontic Center”










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thodonti¢ Center becominga state atthe
art practice has came to fruition, “The
building on Collins Ave is over 4,000
sq. foot, with a warm, elegant decor It
is fully computerlaed with the mast
prowen and tested orthodontic software
systenn worldwide, Clinicians are able
to access pationt’s history, cocordy (pice
tures, xerays, medels) and Ales chair
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charts to paperless. ‘The orthodontic *
technique and appliances used is the
most advanced in the orthodontic world
known as the Danton System. ‘This sys-
tem has totally revolutionized orthodon-
tics as far as length of treatment, comfort
and hygiene, All first time patients re-
ceive a complementary initial examina~
tien; their digital pictures and x-rays are
taken and displayed on a Smart Board:
Screen for demonstration and education.
‘The systems are so modernized until pa-
tients can access their records, payments
and reminders on line. Patients are re-
minded about their appointments via the
internet, automated calls, text messagi
and the personal touch of the schedul-
ing coordinators. Patients use a touch
screen system to sign in when they come
for their appointments which is used to
assist in alerting staff, particularly in the
clinic of thelr arrival. The Bahamas Or-
thodontic Center realizes that in this age
of technology we have to keep up with
the times in order to keep our patients
informed and educated so we have a face
book account and a complete Website.



‘The success of the Bahamas
Orthodentic Center can be
credited to the fact that we are
a kingdom based practice and

‘so we realize the principle of

becoming great is in our qual-
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Dr Russell fives in The Bahamas with his

lovely wife, Missy and three wonderful
childrens,

Nassaw:

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Garth Minard Thompson

29th June, 1940 - 27th July, 2009



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would» like to express our
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prayers, visits, floral arrange-
ments and well wishes re-
ceived at the loss of our
grandfather.

Your kindness will always be
remembered.

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Codar Crest funeral Home

DIGNITY IN SERVICE
Robinson Road and First Street e P.O.Box N-603 ¢ Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
! Telephone: 1-242-325-5168/328-1944/393-1352

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

Monte Allicard "Kaiser"
Thompson, 55

a resident of #75 Rupert Dean Lane, will be held
at 10:30a.m, on Friday, July 2010 at .
Grant's Town S.D.A Church, Wellington
Street. Officiating will be Pastor HA Roach. -
Interment will be made in the Western Cemetery,

| Augusta Street. ;










Cherished memories will forever linger in the
hearts of his devoted partner, Katherine; 3 chil-
dren, Monte Alcion (deceased), Shekeatha
Thompson McIntosh and Tamika Thompson; 1 grandson, Alcion Jai
Thompson; 2 adopted children, DeJewel Woods-Wimmer and Iman Woods; 6
sisters, Gweneth Paul, Cynthia Archer, Alvern Plakaris (deceased) Magnal,
Hermane and Velma Thompson; 2 sons-in-law, Troy Mcintosh and Thomas
Wimmer; 2 brothers-in-law, Fred Paul and Anthony Plakaris Sr; numerous
nieces and nephews including, Donavan, Claudine and Cayden Moxey, Mark,
Makyle, Simone, Sharia, Shamaal and Doyle Paul, Carlo, D'Andrea and Dior
Ramsey, Kailecia and Kirkwood Thompson, Anthony Jr, Ajike, Troy Donavan,
Adrian and Alexander Plakaris, Sonia, Debbie, Sean, Shane and Anton Archer; »
other relative and friends including, Pastor Julia Bain, Carolyn Demeritte,
Beverley Bain, Anna (Dola) Smith, William and Bishop Philmon Wilson, Mae
Armbrister and family, Philip and Mary Moxey and family, Virginia Mortimer
and family, Roslyn (aunt Ross) Evans and family, Dolly Foster and family,
Ruth Miller and family, Edith Wilson and family, Orville Gibson and family,
Alfred and Gloria Brown and family, Elvia Hart and family, Daphne Lamm and
family, Paul Lamm and family, Theresa Lamm and family, Laverne Gardiner
and family, Kingley Rahming and family, Victoria Grant and family, Nurse
Boyd and family, Deborah Turnquest -Davis and family, Ann and Jason Stubbs
and family, Yasmin Stubbs (god-sister), Donna Petty, Janette Morrison and
family, Dwight Stubbs and family, Bernice Roker Collins and family, Barbara
and Jenniemae Poitier and families, Kenneth "Do" Poitier and family, Fred
Brennen and family, Heneritta Poitier and family, George "Babe" Deveaux and
family, Marguerita King and family, the Rahming family, Magnus Swan,
Selma Joseph and family, Leon Sweeting, Marilyn Olga Smith and family,
Cheyanne Bain and family, Elaine Francis Collie and family, Flora Hanna and
family, Rudolph "Boomie" Hanna and family, Keith "Booo" Mackey and fam-
ily, Walter "Valdez" Robinson and family, Brian "Nipper" Wilson and family,
Ruby Murdoch-Hill and family, Alton and Marge Cargill and Family, Godwin
. and Michelle Cargill and family, Wilbert and Eulah Edgecombe and family,
Frances Johnson and family, Merriell Rolle and family, Yvonne Roberts and
family, Adelma Penn and family, Glenalee Strachan and family, Clarice
Varence and family, Elaine Kemp Wells and family, Debbie Stubbs and fami-
ly, Marsha McCartney and family, Kendal Marshall, Carmie Ramsey and fam-
ily, Jennie Dorsett and family, Freddie and Sharon McDonald and ‘family,
Robert Bartlett and family, Shane Benjamin and family, Larry Ingraham and
family, Peter Mitchell and family, GHS Class of 1971, the Thompson, Minnis,
Armbrister, Moxey, Francis, Lockhart, and Cargill families, the Rupert Dean
Lane, West, Dunmore and Warren Streets families and the entire Bain Town
Community.










































Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest Funeral Horne,
Robinson Road and First Street on Thursday from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m.
and at the church on Friday from 9:30a.m. until service time.

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Yager funeral Home & Crematorium

Queen’s Highway
P.O. Box F-40288, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas



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Tel: 352-8118 ¢ Paging: 352-6222 #1724

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Inez “Aunt Pye” Patricia Rigby, 75

a resident of Sea Grape, Grand Bahama and formerly
of Nassau, will be held on Saturday, July 31, 2010
at 11:00 a.m. at St., David’s Methodist Church, Sea
Grape.. Officiating will be Rev. Theophilus Rolle,
assisted by other Ministers. Interment will be made in
the Grand Bahama Memorial Park IJ, Frobisher Drive.

Left with cherished memories children: Tony and Terry
Rigby, Ryan Davis, Chrisker and Charles “Chuckie”
Bridgewater; grandchildren: Terrance and Kahnia
Rigby, Ryan Davis, Jr., Rashard Nesbitt (West Virginia),
Brittney Lightbourne, Tajah Deveaux; great grand-
daughter: Symphony Missick; sisters: Mary
Wilchcombe; Gloria Delancy, Inez Ewing (New York),
Mary Duhaney, Isula Stuart, Dorinda Jones-Russell,
Rolanda Johnson and Annis Musgrove; brothers:
Sherman Rigby (Turks and Caicos), Fred Jones; nieces: Gwendolyn Dorsette, Donnalee
Murray,-Joyann Tucker (Turks and Caicos), Jacquelin Ramsey, Keva and Judith Wilchcombe;
Irene Ewing (London), Olga Stubbs (Nassau), Claudette Ewing, Jane Bullard (Turks and
Caicos) Donna-Mae Simpson (Ft. Laud.), Sheryl] Moss, Anita and Raquel Deveaux, Adamae
Deveaux (Abaco), Charmaine Poitier, Portia Nottage, Marsha Major, Sandra and Linda
Duhaney, Desiree Gibson, Gina and-Natasha Stuart, Shirley Pinder, Sheila Williams, Michelle
Evans, Barbara, Beverly, Shanika Gray, Deborah Lloyd, Claudia Watson, Geletta Johnson,
Tryanda and Kim Jones; nephews: Hubert, Lionel, Wilfred, George and Michael Douglas,
Jackson, Jr., The Hon. Obediah Wilchcombe, Lynden, Christopher and Richard Wilchcombe;
Kevin Thompson-Delancy ‘(Atlanta Georgia), Vernon and Derick Delancy, John, Tryone,
James Deveaux, Llewelyn-and Houston Ewing (Turks and Caicos) Maxwell Brown (U.S.),
Reno and Reynard Rigby (Nassau); Floyde, Kirkley, Wellie, Joe, Andrew,. Blythe, Richardo,
Sanford Ewing (New York), Louis, Wayde and Marvin Butterfield (Nassau), Sanford, Thomas
and Greg Duhaney, Jeffrey, Godfrey, Sidney and DeAngelo Stuart, Wellington Gray (U.S.),
Charles Johnson, Kingsley and Lincoln Jones, Huel and Javough Brennen; sister-in-law:
Louise Butterfield (Nassau) and Letha Jones; brothers-in-law: Lionel Douglas, Harold Gray;
’ cousins: George and Ina Smith; Joyce Young and family, Esther Knowles, Whitlean Rigby,
Ethel Cleare, Calvin Morley, Clarita Rigby and family, Marshall and Michelle Williams,
Zennith Williams, Holton Rigby, Cheribell Jennings, Mima Stubbs and family (Turks and
Caicos); special friends including: Edna Burns, Mila Cox, Pat Smith, Jennie Rigby, Merle
Grant, Edith Bain, Beulah Dean, Eloise Turner and family, Aneriena Henfield (New York),
Alice Outten and family, Sue Robinson, Jennie Pinder, Mary Knowles (Nassau), Mackey,
Annie and Myrtis Williams; other relatives and friends: The family of the late Fairleen
Lightbourne-Smith, The family of the late Raymund Williams, the family of the late Mizpah
Kelly, the family of the late Johnny Jones, the family of the late James and Flossie Morley,
-Mr. and Mrs. William Seymour and family (U.S.), Ianthy Smith and family (Canada), Naomi
Simmons and family, Nacola Flowers, George Thomas-Arthur and family (Turks Island),
Annis Musgrove and family, Elaine Rigby and family, Ivy Higgs and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Ulyn Henfield and family, Brandon and Leroy Jennings, Victoria Palmer and family, Gloria
Jones and family, Evelyn Lightbourne, Alma Tucker-Russell and family, Luceille Grant and
family, Sally Laing and family, Linda and Viola Rolle, Cecilia Robinson and family, Sarah
Clarke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lightbourne and family, Deloris Lightbourne and
J} family, Jennie-mae Lewis, Enoch Lightbourne and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Williams and

family, Ilane Stubbs-and family, George and Caroline Williams, Flexie Hall and family, Hilbert
‘.and Barbara Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stubbs and family, Annie Rolle and family, Bernice
Higgs and family, Joyann Stuart-McIntosh and family, Helen Dean and family, Eugene
Hamilton and family, Naomi Astwood, Mr. and Mrs. Emmerson Coverly, Shaniquia Russell
and family, Valencia Brown and family, Faye Smith, Patricia Dickenson and family, Olive
Rigby, Brenda Glinton, Maxine Burrows, Izadora Rolle, Pat Glinton, Maria Rodgers and fam-
ily (Miami), Peter Basden and family, Arthur Hall, Nick Lightbourne, Wally Robinson and
| family, Marjorie Stubbs, Remonda Moore, Jerlean Roker and Family, Jean Bain, Garnell Rolle



Fax: 351-3301
Funeral Service for





and family, Neville Lowe and family, Sea Grape community, Rev. and Mrs. Theophilus Rolle,’
Rey. Dr. and Mrs. J. Emmette Weir, Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Lewis,-Rev: and Mrs. John Stubbs,
Rev. and Mrs. Hilgrove Hamilton and G. B. Circuit Methodist family, Eight Mile Rock
Government Clinic, Rand Memorial Hospital Medical and I.C.U, Doctors and Nurses, espe-
cially Nurses Stephanie Mortimore, Letisha Lloyd and Annie Grant and others too numerous
to mention.

Relatives and friends may pay. their last respects at Vase Funeral Home Queens Highway
Freeport on Friday from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m. and at the Church on Saturday from 9:30
a.m. to service time.



Edward Jerome “ Jerry Super J” Johnson, 50

and a resident of #53 Ludford Road, Freeport
and formerly of Nassau, will be held on
Saturday, July 31, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. at New
Hope Methodist Church, Sandcombe Drive,
Grand Bahama. Officiating will be © Rev.
Christopher Nielly. Interment will be made in
the Grand Bahama Memorial Park. :

_Left to cherish his: fond memories are his
mother: Leneanann Johnson; his life. long

partner of 20 years: Clarice Gibson; two
sons: Christino -and Oneal Johnson; one
grandson; four step children: Tyrell and Gem
Johnson, Jermaine North and Rhonda Nancoo;

two sisters: Paulette Stewart. and Laverne
Jones; one brother: Kevin Johnson of Deerfield Fla; three aunts: Vernencher
Bain, Janet Thompson of Miami Florida and Albertha Thompson-Sawyer; four
uncles: Michael_Farquharson, Prince Gordon, Reverand Gregory Thompson
and-Paul Thompson; sisters-in-law: Janet Johnson, Lisa Gibson, Alecha Gibson,
Sherry Dames and Pamela Wilmott; brothers-in-law: Joe’ Stewart, Reggie
Jones, Howard Walkes, Lionel Neely, Donald, Gregory and Mark Gibson; step
grandchildren: Dwight Smith Jr, Dreon, Drexel, Drenay Curry, Barrington and
Shamar North; numerous nieces and nephews including: Sharie Bain,
Patrice Gordon, Shantel Gordon, Michelle Johnson, Tashaga Johnson, Marco
Bain, Kevin Johnson Jr, Thao Johnson, Deshon Thompson, Gregory Thompson
Jr., Lavar Thompson, Paul Thompson Jr, Nadia, Lavardo, Brianna, Joey, Louis,
Kenny,. Marvin, Tashniqua, Taeo and a host of other relatives and friends
including: Ricardo Lighbourne, Brian Neely, Devon Simms, Orville Saint and
family, Vince Saunders and family, George Smith and family, Van and family,
Elmore Smith and family, MacGregor and family, Lowell Culmer and family,
Brennen and family, Johnny: Munroe and family, Edmond and Clement Hunt and
family, James Taylor and family, Basil Sands and family, Dencil “Inch McGuire”

Swain and family, Godfrey Ferguson and family, Sharon Hield and family,
Stretch Morley and family, Double 0 and family, Dwight Darling and family, the
Play Boy City family, the Basket Ball family, the Chippingham family, Humphrey
Smith and family, Anthony Cunningham Bain, “LaLa,” Peter Gilcud, Paul Rose,
Doc Julius Lewis “Dr J”, Oneil Plunkette, Clyde Hepburn, Dereck Cummings,

Deckry Johnson “Cobra,” “Kool Aid” Ricky Ferguson, Gordon Musgrove, Slank,

Brian Nabb, Kevin Johnson “Onion,” Kermit Rolle, Drexel Curry, Phil Jones, “Sir -
K,” “Rangoon,” Culmer, Lewis Yard Crew, Appleton family, Austin Grant Jr and
family, Softly Robins and family, “Booky Nesbitt, “Kool Million,” Freeport Power
Basketball family and othérs too numerous to mention.



Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Yager Funeral Home and
Crematorium, Queens Highway, Freeport on Friday from 12:00 noon until
6:00 p.m.-and on Saturday at the Church from 11:30 a.m. until service time.









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Doris Lotmore, 84

of Twynam Heights and formerly of Ridgeland
Park, West will be held Sunday August Ist,

Woodlawn Memorial Gardens, Soldier Road.
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Bethel Brothers Morticians

Telephone: 322-4433, 326-7030
Nassau Street, P.O.Box N-1026

Funeral ServicesiFor |

forgive us.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44
: Nassau Street on Saturday from 10:00.a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Sunday from
2:00 p.m. at Christ the King Anglican , hoe a.m. to 12:00 noon and at the Church from 1 :00 p.m. until service
| Church, Ridgeland Park, West. Fr. Ivan : :
“| Eldon assisted by Archdeacon I. Ranfurly :

Brown will officiate. Interment-will followin : -

-She is survived by 9 children, Veronica :
McDonald, Clarita Cooper, Julie Reckley, Cyril |
Lotmore -Jr., Suzanne Ranger, Robert (Jeff) ;
Lotmore, Lisa Dean Wellington (Brooke) }
Lotmore, Antoinette (Toni) Lotmore-Rolle; sis- ;
grandchildren, Dennistina Johnson, Dwight |
McDonald, Dwayne McDonald, Robineite Gibson, Keith McDonald, Kevin :
McDonald, Rochelle Morris, Lanette Gray, Uhura Woodside, Kennon :
Cooper, Samantha Carey, David Cooper, Eureinua Reckley, Harry Reckley, :
Jared Reckley, Lynette Lotmore; Katiza Gibson, Felicia (Joie) Lotmore; }
Ashley Lotmore, Tero Ranger, Dion Ranger, Stancia (Tina) Ranger, :
Christopher Ranger, Shantell Lotmore, Talnisha Pierre, Lanova Lotmore, :
Robert Lotmore Jr.; Devonte Lotmore, Jaxare Lotmore, Ava Dean, Euricka :
Dean, Ellisa Dean, Julia Summer Lotmore, Giavanni Rolle, Geo Rolle, dog }
Constant companion Eboni; great grandchildren; 44 great grand; great- ;
great grandchildren; 7 great-great grand sons- in-law, Ezzard Reckley, :
Stanley Ranger, Eurick Dean; daughters- in-law, Deann Lotmore, Yvette |
Lotmore, Carmita Lotmore; grand sons and. daughter-in-law including, :
Edward Johnson, Stephen Woodside, Shawn Gray, Ricardo Pierre, Julian :
Carey, Tamara Simmons; brother- in-law, Ernest Adderley; special or :
devoted friends, Eloise Armbrister, Katrina Livingston, the family of Olga :
Nash, Leah and Rachel O'Brien, Dorothea Roberts, Joan and Sherry ;
Henderson of Jamaica, Lenora Gibson of Ferry, Exuma; adopted children, :
Dr. Locksley and Sue Munroe, Dr. Conville Brown, Enamae Cox, Sherelyn |
Bethel, Tanya Major; cousins, Winifred Johnson, Sylvia Forbes, Louise :
Foster, Mildred Edgecombe, Charlotte Rahming, James and Delores Curry, :
Barbara Cooper, Alice Major, Norma Lightbourne, Godfrey, Francis and :
Patrick. Basden, Enola Burke, Marilyn Moss, Donna Rolle, Beatrice :
Ferguson, Gregory Rox, Beverley Basden of Turks Island and numerous :
others nieces & nephews, Beulah Arnett, Diane Laroda, Ernestine Bartlett, |
Donna Nottage, Karen Adderley, Wendy Higgs, Alethea, Ernest Jr, Tanya and |
Candace Adderley, Andrea Sweeting, Vernay Miller, Valderine McKinney, :
Chrystal Young, Juieth Benjamin, Charles, Anthony and Roscoe Knowles, :
Gary, Donnie, Jeannie and Lionel Lotmore;. other friends and relatives |
Leonie Lockhart, Lena Dottin, Dolores Cooper, Rosalie Minus, Bloneva :
~ McDaniels, Oralee Adams, Shirley-Sands, Shirley Bowe, the Cooper family, |
the Reckley family, the Ranger family, Frances and Granville Rolle, the Dean '
family, the Carey family, The Christ the King family, The ACWand other :
organizations of Christ the King, The Retired Persons Association, the ;
Dance, Laugh and Relax group, the Ridgeland Park West family, the entire |
Lotmore, Plaklaris, Newball and Basden family, Ethelynn Smith, Aileen ;
Wallace and family, Evie Munroe, Sheila Carey- Pesson, Peggy Smith, |
Joyann Miller, Susan Lowe; Elmena Hunt, Veronica Hamilton, Raymond. :
McDonald, Kirk Poitier, numerous others that we may have missed please }





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James Maxwell Thompson Sr., 79

of Sunset Drive, Grove Avenue, West Bay
Street will be held Saturday July 31st, 10:00
a.m. at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, West
Hill Street. Fr. Glen Nixon will officiate.
Interment will follow in the Catholic
Cemetery, Tyler Street.







| He is survived by his six children, Bernadette.
| (Terry) North, James Jr., (Camille), Andrew
\] (Mitzi), Colin (Lynette), Juliana Glinton and
Kristina (Allan) Murray; grandchildren,
Kristy & Jarryd North, Celine & Jaime
Thompson, Alexander, Nicholas & Jessica
Thompson, Ashley & Dominic Thompson,
Jasmyn, Lauren & Morgan Glinton, Joshua & :
Alanna Murray;.one great grandchild, Tyeisha North; sisters and their spous-
es, Catherine & Loftus Butler & family and Rosella & Paul Booth & family of ~
Kingswinford, England; brother and spouse, Maxwell & Elizabeth Thompson
& family of Toronto, Canada; in-laws, Louis & Joanna Grammatico & family,
Ethelmae Grammatico & family, Katherine Pearce & family, Peggy Benson,
Christopher & Angela Benson and family; other relatives and friends, Geneva
Ferguson; Caregiver & Housekeeper for 50 years, Dame Paula Mitchell & fam-
ily, Louise Williams & family, Caroline Bartlett & family, Bernese Albury &
family, the Lee family, Dr. Gail Saunders, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis & family,
Mavis Adderley & family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cumberbatch & family, Larry
Glinton & family, Mrs. Geraldine Murray & family, Carisse Thompson of New
Orleans, Louisiana & family, Heather Thompson of Toronto, Canada & family,
Joyce & Jim Petrina of Memphis, Tennessee, Tim Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Horton, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lleida, Betty Cole, The Chee-a-tow family,
Mr. Keith Mason & family; Mr. Noel Thompson & family, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel
Symmonett & family, Mr. & Mrs. Allan Benjamin & family, Mr. & Mrs. Vann
Gaitor, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tynes, The Base Road family (Robinsons), Sir
Burton Hall & family, Mr.-M. Craig Roberts, the Sisters of St. Martin Convent,
Palace Robinson, Maudice Newton, Princess Butler, Sir Orville Turnquest, The
Honourable Arthur D. Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Storr, Andre Augustin, Justice
Stephen Isaacs, The Supreme Court Registry, Ms: Mary Sweetnam, Ms. Zelma
Nottage, the Newry family, the Capron family, the Wirth family, Dr. John Lunn
and staff, Dr. Agreta Eneas-Carey, Nurses Pearl Mills, Veronica & Velika Bodie,
Nalda Smith, Mechelle Rolle, Ruth Bowe-Darville, Vanessa Armstrong, the
management & staff of the Gaming Board; the management & staff of Anthony
Thompson & Co; the Partners and staff of Halsbury Law Chambers; the man-
agement & staff of Julius Baer Bank & Trust Company (Bahamas) Limited; and
the staff of Doctor's Hospital and Princess Margaret Hospital - Private Medical.

























Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44 Nassau
Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the Cathedral
from 9:00 a.m. until service time. atts







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Telephone: 322-4433, 326-7030
Nassau Street, P.O.Box N-1026



Christopher Brunell Storr, 49

of Valencia Road, South Beach Estate- will be
held Sunday August Ist, 11:00a.m. at
Centreville Seventh-Day Adventist
Church, 5th. Terrance, Collins Avenue,
Centreville. Pastor Paul A., Scavella,
Assisted by, Dr.. Leonard A. Johnson, Dr.

Hugh A Roach, Elder Andrew Gilbert, Elder

Todd Beneby will officiate. Interment will
follow in Woodlawn Memorial Gardens,
Soldier Road.

He is survived by his loving mother, Glorian

Storr; aunts, Eulease, Lillian, Ovilda, Laura |

and Cassandra Forbes; uncles, Dwight, Ross

.| and Roger Forbes; grand aunt, Lenora North

: of Florida, USA; adopted sister, Joy
: Rahming: adopted brother, Javan Sweeting; adopted neices, Aurechea and
_ Alexandria; adopted nephews, Nicholas and Alexander; godfather, Charles
| Sweeting; godmother, Dorothy Simon; first cousins, Eugene Simon (Florida,
- USA) Admiral and Curlene Forbes; Joyce and Earthel Moxey, Sidney and
_ Margaret Forbes, Glenda Adderley, Dillis, Rodman, Louise and David Forbes,
', Randy and Olga Forbes, Dale and Sonya Forbes, Terry and Precola Forbes,
- Denise and Jason Greene, Clayton and Victoria Forbes, Dwight Jr and Racquel
- Forbes, Keith Forbes, Patrice and Trevor Greene, Lynette and Renardo Greene,
‘}, Keyjanna Walkine and Javon Forbes, Josette and Trevor Forbes, Dianne and
_ Earl Roberts, Deborah and Timothy Robinson, Thandra and Carlos Foulkes,
_ Anastasia and Dr. Flloyd Carter and Dawne Forbes; second cousins, Stephanie
_ Wright, Sandra Sampson, Sheena and Anthony Simon (Florida, USA), Admiral

- Forbes, Baniecia and Kevin Craig, Leanardo and Austia Moxey, Lucia, Laverne :

- and Lynette Moxey, Carla and Roger Sands, Owen and Dianna Forbes, Decardo
| Forbes, Renaldo, Ron and Robin Adderley, Lynell Thurston, Rondi and Ravea
‘ Forbes, Demi, Dale and Alicia Forbes, Theodore, Thoria and Teann Forbes,
| Hadassah, Jayson and Christiano Greene, Clayton Jr., Keturah and Kaitlyn
| Forbes, Earl I, Jayden and Jenae Roberts, Jordan Robinson, Dwight III,
: Clifford, Daran, Derell and Damien Forbes, Tiffany and Keith Forbes, Kendice,
.| Nikia, Kyle and Kristy Bain, Symonne Walkine, Trinity and Tagologus
_ Cochinamogulos, Ridge and Dylan Greene, Trevor and Trae and Torran Greene,
' Christopher Carter, Stephanie Wright, Sandra Sampson, Sheena and Anthony
_ Simon (Florida, USA .) third cousins, Jada and Joya Sands, Andre Forbes,

| Reynique and Nikia Adderley, other relatives & friends including, numerous
godchildren, Barbara McCartney & family, Mark Stubbs & family,-Althea |

Tinker and family, George Zonicle & family, Phillip Antonio, Oral Gibson &
' family, Amy Gay & family, Eugene Simon & family, David Smith & family,

| James and Marilitta Butler, Sada Miller & family, Edna Ijeoma & family, Esther

| Turnquest &, family, Karen Farrington & family, Naomi Moncur & family,

_ Leonara Pratt & family, Arlington Miller & family, Whitney Miller & family; |
_ Alvena Beneby, Olive Rahming & ifamily, Estell Gibson & family, Una Jane |
| Allen & Family, Lillymae Major & family, Pastor Paul Scavella & family, {
_ Pastor Hugh Roach & family, Pastor Leonard Johnson & family, Pastor Michael |
' Toote & family, Members of Unit #9 of Centerville Sabbath School, Centerville |

_ Sanctuary Choir, the Adventist Men} Chorale, New Providence Sanctuary Choir,

- Members of Eagles Ministry, Members of Foundation of Triathletes Inc. exer-

_ cise club, staff of the Cabinet Office and other relatives and friends too numer-
» ous to mention.

_ Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44 Nassau |
_ Street on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Sunday at the Church ¢
_ from 10:00 a.m. until service time.



Bethel Brothers Morticians |

| T aL Service for



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WIL,

EAST SUN UN RISE MORTUARY

“AN ew ‘Commitment Ti O Service’

re VLE AY aU (Hee

A Musical Memorial Service for

Bishop Michael Angelo Patton, 49 |















will be held on Friday, 30th July, 2010 ai
7:30pm at: Bahamas Christian Fellowship,
Carmichael Road. Officiating will be Apostle
Paul Butler, Bishop Trevor Williamson and
Patrick Smith . z

Funeral Service for i
Bishop Michael Angelo .
Patton, 49 j

of Winton Heights who died July 16th, 2010
: will be held on Sunday August 1st, 2010-at
2 p.m. at Bahamas Christian Fellowship, Carmichael Road. Officiating
will be Apostle Paul Butler, Assisted by Bishop Alan Graves and Bishop
Chadwick James. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, J. F.
K. Drive. -

He is survived by his wife: Minister Leah Patton; 2 daughters: Marleah &
Marlena Patton; his mother, Marline Dolly Patton; 2 brothers, Rev. Eugene
Patton & Keith Patton; his father-in-law, Ezekiel Williams; sisters-in-law,
Sandra Patton, Mary Coleby, Valderine Williams of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla;
Keturah Williams of Jacksonville, Fla; Jacqueline Burrows; Patricia & Kendra
Williams; 6 brothers-in laws: Shirland “Solo”, Jake, Reginald, Harrison,
Reginald and Quincy Williams; nieces, Eugena, Keirina, Felisia & Jaze!
Patton, Latoya Gray, Portia Smith, Aretha Gardner of Houston, TX, Raquel,
Dana, Talia & Shenique Williams, Precious Burrows, Andrea Darceuil, Tracey
Dorsette & Shanice Murphy; nephews, Rashad, Eugene & Travon Patton,
Curtis Gray, Owen Gray, Cpl. 781 Juan Meadows, Cpl. 2533 Jermaine,
Ricardo & Reno Hynds, Khalviran Edgecombe, Scharrad & Christopher
Cartwright, Javan & Caleb Burrows, Christian, Shirland Jr., Reginald Jr.,
Michael & Tito Williams, Theodore.Dorsett and Patrick Gardner of Houston;
TX and his Church family - The Power House Worship Ministry family.

Friends may pay their last respects at East Sunrise Mortuary, Rosette
Street, Palmdale from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday and again from 10 a.m. tc
6 p.m. on Saturday and again from-10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Sunday and ai
the Church from 12.30 p.m. on Sunday until service time. :

TS SUNRISE MORTUARY.

“A New Commitment To Service”

#27 Rosetta Street, P.O.Box C.B. 12248 / Palmdale,



Nassau, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 323-EAST — (242) 326-4209 Fax: 356-2957
24 hrs. Emergency Service
Cell #: 357-9151 ¢ Beeper: 380-1450 or 380-1117



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Mutler’s Funeral Homes|

& Crematorium

- Telephone: 393-2822, York & Ernest Sts.
P.O. Box N-712, Nassau, Bahamas

Funeral Service for

William Alfred Jones, 7 1

]. of 9 Silver Palm Blvd., Imperial
Park will be held on Saturday
31st July 2010 at 10:00 a.m. at
Abundant Life Bible Church.,.
Abundant Life Road.
Officiating will be Pastor Dr. F.
Edward Allen assisted by Pastor
Cranston Knowles. Cremation
a Will follow.



Left to cherish his memories are his loving wife of nine- —

teen years: Maitlyn (Maisie); his son: Gareth: his daugh-
ter: Ceryl ; one step son: James Fox; one step daughter:
'Rhodine Fox;, two cousins: David and Pam Roberts, ene
‘daughter-in-law: Laurie Jones; three brothers-in-law:
Leon Cartwright, Randolph Knowles and Eddie, Wardle;
eight sisters-in-law: Karen Wardle, Meriel Knowles,
-Carolyn Knowles, Angela Treco, Ruth Burrows, Vera
‘Petrie , Lucy Knowles and Louisa Cartwright; numerous
nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and
friends including: Robert and Rosemary Ramming,
‘Roscoe and Mary Darville, Lisa Ritchie, Julian Smith,
Jasmine Rolle and Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy MacVean, Pastor
‘Dr. F. Edward Allen and the Abundant Life Family, Caleb
‘Goodman, Daniel McKenzie Jr., and others too numerous
to mention. . ;

In lieu of flowers, donations maybe made to the Cancer ~
Society of the Bahamas, P. O. Box SS 6539, telephone
-number 323- 4482.

Rrieids wiay pay their last respects at Butlers’ Funeral

‘Homes & Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on
‘Friday July 30th 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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Evergreen Mortuary
EXCELLENCE IN THE SERVICE WE PROVIDE

For all of your Funeral Service Needs,
We will be pleased to serve you with honor.

/ Tel: 242- 394-7999
| Fax: 242-3947990
24hrs: 242-341-5309
or 322-3242
Cell: $65-9758

DENALEE E. PENN L.F.D.&E.

Mackey Street South
MANAGING/FUNERAL DIRECTOR.

~ (Opposite Minute Muffler) Nassau, ehanunss .

Funeral Service for :

Sharmaine Smith Downy, 32

] Dunmore Street Farrington Road
| and formerly of Tampa Florida. will
| be held on Saturday, July 31, 2010
_ | at Christ Community Chureh
wai Bellot Road at 11:00am. Officiating
will be Pastor Dencil Rolle assisted
by Pastor Kino McCartney. Her
i remains willbe scattered at sea

| immediately following the service.

She is survived by her husband,
William Downy of United States of America; one daughter,
Nickelia Williamson Knowles; parents, Charles and Paula
Smith; grandmother, Victoria Smith of Green Castle
Eleuthera; three brothers, Lavardo, Charles, and Lanardo
Smith; two ‘sisters, Holly and Catherine Smith; aunt and
guardian, Perline Santana and aunt Verna Douglas-of Green
Castle-Eleuthera; grand aunts; Ilva and Princess Thompson
of United States of America, Christine Smith and Charline
Burrows; uncles, Vincent Symonette, Wellington and
Lawrence Burrows and Jason Smith; one uncle-in-law, Doni
Santana; grand uncles, Daniel Sr., Henry, George and
Simon Henry Thompson; nieces and nephews, Brandon,
Brian, Meka, C.J., Andre and Ashanti; cousins and other rel-
atives including, Theodora, Terran, Christer, Ashenique,
Nathalie, Karlisha, Charo, Anthonisha, Niokra,. Lorraine,
Vanessa, Tasha, Larissa, Danielle, Jasonelle, Telly, Nika,

‘Ilvon, Chelly, Ashton, Miquel, Maudrico, Tonique, Robinique,

Robinisha, Ashadiyah, Latrell, Savannah; Makahi, Sgt
Stephen Moutrie, -Inspector Kirk Douglas, Kim, Bridgette,
Tiffany, Nevaeh. Tianya. Candace, Italia,, Dawndria, Korteas,
Kaylisa , Registered Nurse Kaylor Douglas, William Barley
and Kishna Kpowles:

Funeral Arratigeriienits are Gai handled 0 Fisigreen
Mortuary, Mackey Street. |





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Cory ~~ .
Burtiss Memorial Mortuary
Chapel, Ramsey, Exuma - Tel: 345-7020¢ Robinson Rd & Sth Street

Tel: 325-6621/922-4969 « 24 Hour Paging Service 323-9761

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

PHOEBE DORIS
FOX, 53

“““)of Ridgeland Park west will be
held on Saturday at 1:00 P.M. at
») Living Waters Kingdom
| Ministries, Warren Street, Oakes
) Field. Officiating will be Apostle
Raymond Wells assisted by Other
Ministries of the . Gospel.
Interment in Lakeview Memorial
Garden, J.FK. Drive = and

















Gladstone Road.







She is survived by her Sons: Everette Russell, Brian and
Brandon. Hepburn; Father; Captain Clement Fox; Sister:
‘Fredericka Clarke; 6 Brothers: Ronald, Jasper, Cecil, Clement
Jr., Sidney and Benjamin Fox; Aunts: Florence Mcintosh,
Vyrona Archer, Virginia Lighrbourne and Rita Spriggs;
Uncles: Johnathan and Joseph Russell, Aunts-in-law:
Genevieve, Patrice and Ella Russell; Uncle-in-law: Thomas
Lightbourne; Granduncle: Urskin Wells; Nieces: Jasmain
Lockhart, Deshanique Rolle, Jonnelle, Cherelle, and Sydney
Fox. and Rennae Sweeting; Nephews: Alex, Frederick,
Jasthen, and Kyle Fox, Davayne and Dorian Smith and
Michael Clarke; Brother-in-law: Anthony Clarke; Sisters-in-
law: Deborah, Jennifer and Shereen Fox; Host of other rela-
tives and friends including Maudline Cooper and Family, The
Thompson Family,’The Curry Family, Ophelia Fox and
Family, The Gomez Family, The Colebrooke Family, Evelyn
‘Bain and Family, Reevie Fox and Family, Virginia
Lightbourne and Family, Rev. Ronald Bastian and Family,
Agatha Marcella, Velda Campbell, Jacquelyn Dean, Sabrina
Francis, Bernadette Burrows, Helen, and Latheisa
Lightbourne, Sandra Burnside, Paulette Maxwell, Shevon
Smith, Andrea Johnson, Sherman Johnson, The Poop Deck
Family, The Holwesko Family, Bishop Simeon and First Lady
Hall-and the New Covenant Baptist Church Family, Holy
Trinity Anglican Church Family, Christ The King Anglican
Church Family, Kevin Seymour and Family, and The
‘Ridgeland Park West Community.






















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 12:00 Noon
until service time.





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RUSSELL & PINDER’S
FUNERAL HOME

Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama
Telephone: (242) 348-2340/348-2131/352-9398/353-7250
P.O. Box F-40557.- Freeport, Grand Bahamas

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

ANGELA
FOUNTAIN, 81

| of Holmes Rock, Grand Bahama and |
| formerly of Man-O-War Sound,
Andros will be held on Saturday, July
731, 2010 at 11:00 am at. St. Michael’s
{| Catholic Church, West End, Grand
{| Bahama. Officiating will be Father —
TU David Cdoper. Interment will follow

4 | in the West End Public Cemetery.













































Left to cherish her memories are:
Dellie. Wilmott, Sundae Cooper,
Prince Wallace, Livingston Pinder, Vincent, Junior and Kevin
Cooper; nieces: Jodel Roberts, Yvonne Sands, Roselind Cartwright,
Jackie Estevez, Marilyn Cartwright, Joan Martin, Sonia Cartwright, |
Valerie Rodgers, Veronique “Nicky” Martin, Anishka Dean, and Lisa
Ferguson; nephews: Brain -Cartwright, Joseph Cartwright,
Christopher and Michael Cartwright and Little Joe Cartwright; 42
grand nieces and nephews: Raynado Estevez, Cenetha Balfour,
Edwuardo Watkins, Jamal Johnson, Carlton Storr, Stacey,
Christopher and Anthony DeBarros, Brianelle, Jennie, Latoya,
Cedric, Brian Jr., Ryan, Keno, Christique, Michelle, Michael Jr., Jovet
and Stazia Cartwright, Martha Rolle, Stephen and Stephano Deal,
Samuel Mackey, Shanice and Spencer Adderley, Giovanni, Gelisa
and George Ferguson, Akeria, Amber, Justin and Henry Martin,
Daniell Rogers, Raine and Patricia Roberts, Artemus and Antoine
Gilbert, Henry Whitfiles and Tiffany Bowe, Tia, Jameka, Joey, |
Jeremy and Janel Dean; other family members: Dwight, Carlton,
Redwin Wilchcombe, Marvelle and John Lightbourne, Ty Cartwright,
Raynaria Estevez, Joshua Bartlett, Taniah Watkins, Jaden Miller, |
Kristin Cartwright, Taliyah Knowles, Krisare Adderley, Serenity and
Ty Storr, Jamal Jr., Nicolas, Jewel and Jada Johnson, Shanteno, |
Antoine Jr. and Aaron Gilbert, Dendino, Akeem, Amber and Kina
Whitfield, Morgan, Deanya and Daydan Cartwright, LaNayah
Gittens; and especially Mother Lea; family in Andros, from Love Hill
to Man-O-War Sound, from Man-O-War Sound to Berhing Point,
especially Kishalee and Rodney Brown, Gloria Johnson, the Tuckers,
Muriel, Chuck and Anna; special friends: Ms Ivy Green, Vernell |
Hanna, Ms Clara Mae Lightbourne, Mrs. Sandra Russell and all her
friends at the Ministry of Tourism and the Holmes Rock Community. |

Viewing will be held on Friday, July 30, 2010 at Russell and Pinder's:
Funeral Home from 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm and on Saturday, July 31,
_2010 at the church from 9:30 am to.service time.






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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 9

RUSSELL & PINDER’S
FUNERAL HOME

Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama
Telephone: (242) 348-2340/348-2131/352-9398/353-7250
P.O. Box F-40557 - Freeport, Grand Bahamas

FUNERAL SERVICES. .FOR

VERNELL
BETEFRA, 39

of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama, will be held
on Saturday, July 31, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at St. Agnes
Catholic Church, Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama. Officiating will be Father Remy David.
Interment will follow in the Harbour West Public
Cemetery in Eight Mile Rock,

Left to cherish his memories are his father:
Duglan Donjoie; mother: Louisanna Jean; brother: Bernard Federick

(Haiti), sisters: Rita Federick and Eslin Federick (Haiti); brother-in-law:

Terry of Miami; aunts: Yvonne (Miami), Clarisa (Nassau),Oliane,Tejeli of
Haiti, Acify of Haiti, and Ms. Agno; uncles: Leon of Nassau, Cowboy
(deceased), Leona Jean of Haiti, Micayal, Igna and Ninoka; cousins:
Carlene, Jackie, Antone, Tony Juline, Luange, Carla, Katie, Mamone,
Aline, K.K., Bernard, Henry, Joniel, Alex, and Wilkin: one in-law:
i Denard; friends: Alfred, Fred, Erick, Slammy, Cigty, Livy, Jason, Elrod,
Anthony, Josie, Tio, Joky, Tie boy, Julie, Odette. Edna, Louis, Clevie, Belzia
and family, Mary and family, Josephine, Chanda, Esther and family, Boris,
Delarese, Dwight Russell and numerous other relatives and friends.

| Viewing will be held on Friday, July 30, 2010 at Russell’s and Pinder's
| Funeral Home from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and on Saturday, July 31, 2010
at the church from 12:30 p.m. to service time.

-MRS. VIRGINIA MARY
COOPER ROLLE, 79

—}) of Hunters, Grand Bahama, will be held on
} Saturday, July 31, 2010 at St. Vincent'de Paul
|| Catholic. Church, Hunters at 11:00 a.m.
_ | Officiating will be Fr. Reginald Demeritte and
“| Fr. Remy David, assisted by Deacon Jeffrey
Hollingsworth. Interment will follow in the
Public Cemetery.

Cherished memories are held by daughter:

. Cleola Wright; grandchildren: Pleshette
McPhee, Kandi Lockhart and Laronda Lightbourne; great grandchildren:
Khandiron and Kristio Wright, Darese Rolle, Joeysa and Joerezz
Abraham, Quade McPhee, Destiny Culmer and Dream Forbes; grandsons-
in-law: Stephen McPhee and Angelo Lockhart Sr.; sister: Justina Russell;
sister-in-law: Isabella Russell; nieces: Margaret Burrows, Myrtle Laing,
Gwendolyn Pierre, Helen and Theresa Russell, Francine Gibson, Victoria
Henfield, Marilee and Debra Cooper; nephews: Rev. Havard, (Minette
Cooper), Sherwin (Velva Cooper), Alfonso and Walton Cooper, Fredrick,
Larry, Jude, George, Bruno and Armstrong Russell and Wayne Cooper;
numerous grand nieces including: Marilyn Hall, Phyllis Grant, Khadijah,

Keshia, Maureen, Brunique, Shandia, Judeeshia and Javannia Russell,
Gaycia and Gardinia Pierre, Taiese Bauld, Rousetea and Leah Laing and
Manesha Gibson, Phyllis Russell, Uzlene Nesbitt, Oplyn Ferguson,
Catherine Henfield, Velyn Cooper, Colleen Gardiner, Andrea Pinder,
Stephanie Burrows, Emil Symonette, Ethel Andrews, and Dr. LaWanda
Smith; numerous grand nephews including: Samuel Grant, Shanerio,
Shantex, Armstrong,.and George Russell Jr., Andrew, Kenrick, Rashad’
and Justin Dorsett, Leroy Laing Jr., Harrison, Dr. Havard, Paxton, Samuel,
Cornell, Eugene, Collins and Lerone Cooper; and a host of other relatives
and friends including: all the communities of Lewis Yard, Hunters, Pinders
Point and Mack Town.

Friends may pay their last respects at The Lodge Hall in Lewis Yard on
Friday, July 30 from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on ee July 31 from
10:00 a.m. until service time at the chur ch.

SHARON EVELYN
MAJOR, 42

of #4 Spinney Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama
will be held on Saturday, July 31, 2010 at 9:00
a.m. at Zion Freeport Baptist Church, East
Sunrise Highway, Freeport. Officiating will be |
Rev. Zendal Carey, assisted by Rev. Dane
Clarke. Interment will follow in the Grand
Bahama Memorial Park #2, Freeport.

Left to cherish her fond memories are hus-

band: Andrew Major: father: Carl Ferguson
Sr; two daughters: Lashanda Cedione and Andrea Major; one son:
D’Angelo Major; stepson: Kenrod Major; stepdaughter: Carlisa Ferguson;
grandchildren: Kyvuoghn and KiaJae McDonald, Kiamani and Avante
Cedoine, Wilneko and Kyondre; four sisters: Yvette Ferguson, Sarah and
Shandel Swain, Bernice Cooper; two brothers: Carl Ferguson Jr..and
Craven Ferguson; mother-in-law: Louise Roxbury; brother-in-law: Barry.
Swain and Edwin Cooper; son-in-law: Alan Cedoine; adopted sisters:
Theresa Russell, Sabrina Paul, Mispha Mitchell and Michelle Pratt-
Dorilas; aunts: Lelorise Russell, Sybil and Majorie Ferguson, Patsy Mott,
Linda Pinder, Delcine Pratt, Diann Williams and Elise Cornish; uncle:
Austin Duncombe; aunts-in-law: Mary Duncombe, Remilda Feaster,
Kemah and Emily Ferguson, Susie Davis, Selvina and Catherine Roxbury,
Adline, Ida and Lilly; uncles-in-law: Samuel Pratt, Rev. Douglas Williams
and Harold Russell, Leanord and Leon Roxbury; nieces: Angela Spencer
and Quanna Cooper; nephews: Shane Jr. and Chadreco Thurston, Rashon
and Barrino Swain, Carl III, Alexis, Cameron, Nyshanti and Matio
Ferguson and Daniel Cooper; grand nieces: Tredijah Duncombe and
Miracle Deal; grand nephew-in-law: Joson; best friends: Michelle Clarke
and Christine Cooper-Strachan; numerous other relatives and friends.

Viewing will be held at Zion Freeport Baptist Church, East Sunrise
Highway on Friday, July 30, 2010 from 12:00 ‘noon to 6:00 p.m. and-on
Saturday, July 31, 2010 from 8:00 a.m. to service time at the church.





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Harewood Sinclair Higgs L.F.D.

eee een Director

Funeral Services for

Sinden King, 71.

a resident of 7th Street, the Grove and formerly
of Knowles, Cat Island will be held on Saturday
July 31st 2010, at 2p.ny at Christ The King
Anglican Church, Ridgeland Park West.
Officiating will be Fr. Sebastian Campbell:
Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial
Gardens, J.F.K. Drive. Services have been
entrusted to Gateway Memorial Funeral
Chapel, Mount Royal Avenue and Kenwood
Street.

He is survived by his wife: Maxine Louise King,

\ Two (2) Sons, Ronald and Randy King, Four (4).

. : Daughters: Janet, Charmaine and Rosenell

King, Ann Fife, Two (2) Adopted Brothers: Wellington and Vincent Brown,
Two (2) Adopted Sons: Wyade Rolle and Frank Saunders, Six (6) Sisters:
Cynthia Stubbs, Lenora Newbold, Ethue Gibson, Willamae Minus, Pearl
Adderley and Albertha Hall, One (1) Uncle: Hartmond Moncur, Two (2) Aunts:
Gracie King and Esther Becford, Twenty-Four (24) Grandchildren: Marco,
Jamaro, Donovan, Davano, Davaro, Antonio, Rashad, Devan, Jason, Eldiseo,
Devon, Chevron, Victinell, Cynteche, Laronnia, Lavern, Shanay, Latony, Latera,
Shantera, Shonell, Lathera, Alexis and Shameka, Seven (7) Great-
Grandchildren: Kenniyah, Zion, Davaro, Joshua, Jermaine, Mikhai and Amari,
One (1) Daughter-in-law: Ethel King, One (1) Son-in-law: Lloyd Fife, One (1)
. Granddaughter-in-law: Sandra King, Four (4) Sisters-in-law, Winnie Clarke
of Savannah Sound, Eleuthera, Muriel Clarke of Freeport, Grand Bahama,
Marge and Joyce King, Eight (8) Brothers-in-law: Wellington Hall, Edmund
Stubbs, Joshua Newbold, David Gibson, Alder Minus, William Adderley,
Charles Stubbs of Freeport, Grand Bahama ard Kenneth Knowles, Thirty-Nine
(39) Nieces: Jennifer, Delrose, Sandra, Joanne, Suzette, Bridgette, Patrice,
Kaywame, Willimae, Lashan, Winnie of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Mikilla,
| Sherell, Shenique, Aldeka, Tamika, Tamara, Lakisha, Mirea, Glenalee, Aldena,
. Charlene, Kieshell, Michelle, Shera, Harriet, Tricka, Angela, Sonia, Cherice,
Kim, Jackie, Pammy, Vonnie, Joanne Wilson, Lisa, Milinda and Marilyn,

Seventeen (17) Nephews: Anthony, Neville, David, Kieshawn, Kirby, Herbert,

Mervin, Kevin, Dudley, Clint, Garette, Dwight, Michael of Fort Lauderdale,
Florida, Ken, Kendall, Keith and Rev. George Clarke, and cousins, relatives and
friends including: Brad Lightbourne, P.K., Chief, Madlyn, George, Brent,
Shavon, Edward, Clyde, Nicole Albury and family, Pat Seymour, Newton
McDonald, the 7th Street Grove community, the Hall family, the Newbold fam-
ily, the McKenzie family, the Romer family, Mr. Francis and Family, members
of Bible Truth Ministries, Christ The King Anglican Church, Robinson Morris
Chapel, Cousin McPhee Cathedral, St. Gregory’s Anglican Church and others
too numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at.the funeral home on Friday from 10a.m to

_6p.m on Saturday from 9:30a.m to 12 noon and from 12:30p.m to service time

at the church.

Thomas Knowles, 61

a resident of Sunset Park and formerly of Simms,

| Long Island will be held on Saturday July 31st

4 2010, lla.m at. the New Covenant Baptist

Church, East-West Highway. Officiating will be

Bishop Simeon B. Hall assisted by other ministers

of the gospel. Interment will follow in the

Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery, Soldier Road.

-| Services -have been entrusted to Gateway

Memorial Funeral Chapel, Mount Royal Avenue &
Kenwood Street.

He is survived by his loving wife: Helen Knowles,

Three (3) sons: McGregory. Tamal and Conrad

Knowles, Six (6) daughters: Tanya, Alyce and

Tanyce Knowles, Lauren McPhee, - Nadine
Burrows and Eyvette Adderley-Cooper, Twenty-One (21) Grandchildren:
Fabian, Vandra, Jasmine, Jarvis, Jaden (Lil Papa), Lyndera, L.J, Dreco, Shamia,
Nikki, Meka, McKayla, Jakail, Jaquan, Rhoneisha, Ashnique, Damaris, Stephon,
Latrell, Terrecita and Jamie Knowles, Two (2) Great-Grandchildren: Fantasia
and Kaleita Fritzgerald, Two (2) Brothers: Exodus Knowles of Long Island and
Sibreone Knowles of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Two (2) Sisters: Mildred Roberts
of Canada and Virginia Gray of Long Island, One (1) Uncle: Clifford Knowles,
Two (2) Aunts: Inez Munroe and Harriet Taylor, Twelve (12) Nieces: Sonia Rolle,
Sharon Pennerman, Lata, Carol and Sharon Knowles, Clarice McKinney, Katrina
Gibson, Sylvia Rolle, Darline, Vanria, Sonia and Shantell Knowles, Twelve (12)
Nephews: Rodney, Carl, Lester and Malcolm Gray, Raynard and Torey Knowles,
Olanda and Robert Sands, Charles, Luther, Allen and Reco Knowles, Five (5)
Sisters-in-law: Elsie and Elma Knowles, Pauline Langley, Norine and Harriet
Francis of Bimini, Three (3) Brothers-in-law: Pastor Alvin Gray of Simms, Long
Island, Timothy Roberts of Canada and Joseph Knowles, Two (2) Sons-in-law:
Shurmarko Knowles and Garland Cooper, One (1) Godchild: Colin Wright Jr.,
Best friend: Colin Wright Sr., and a host of other relatives and friends includ-
ing: Bobby and Sherry Reid, George Rahming and family, Garnett Rolle and fam-
ily, Kiffer Morris and the Village Pub family, Randal Scott and family, Peter Roker
and family, Mrs. Doris Saunders the family of V.G's Restaurant, Lynden Curtis and
family, Mrs. Maxine Wright and family, Commodore Brent Burrows and the
Management and Staff of the Nassau Yacht Club, the B.T.C family, the Cable
Bahamas family, Dr, Dwayne Sands, Kendall Wright and family, Colin Wright and
family, Samuel Rolle and family, Joseph Brown and family, Joseph Major and fam-
ily, Howard Hepburn, Reverend Wilfred Stubbs and family, Mr. Kirby and family,
Mr. Pierre and family, the New Covenant Baptist Church family, Bishop Simeon
Hall and family, Vanria Smith and family, Rosilene Allens and family, Nurse
Phillipha Smith and family,the Hall family, Williame Poitier and family, the com-

. munity of Simms, Long Island, the Foxdale Community, and also neighbors and

friends too numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at the funeral home on Friday from 10a.m to
6p.m and on Saturday from 9:30a.m to service time at the church.





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Commonfrealth Funeral Home
gy Independence Drive e Phone: 341-4055

THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 11

S

Funeral Services For

BABY KELLIAH CASSANDRA BROWN, 3 |

Affectionately called "Lele"

of Rock Sound, Eleuthera, who died July
16th, at the Princess Margaret Hospital,
will be held on Saturday 11:00 a.m. at
Fountain of Life Kingdom Ministries,
Rock Sound, Eleuthera. Pastor Michael

Eleuthera.

ousin, Julian.



| Donnie, Ricardo, Raynard and family, Reginald and family, Marilyn and
family, Deshan, Franky, Krishna and family, Chrystal, McKell and fam-

Casie, Shonique, Kofe, Charles Jr., Charlissa, Charlotte, James,

Leary, Willamae Ferguson, John Moxey, Sherry Ann Sands and fami-
ly, the staff of G.N.G. Shipping and Seashells, M.P. for South, Oswald

‘ Eleuthera.

Saunders, assisted by Pastor Lincoln :
Young will officiate and interment will fol- :
low in the Public Cemetery, Rock Sound,

i She is predeceased by grandmothers,
Christine Brown and Elvara Dawkins; :

Precious memories will linger in the |

hearts of her parents, Kelly Brown and :
LaKeisha Bodie; adopted parents, Edrick and Majorie Gibson; grand- :
fathers, Steven Taylor and Vernal. Dawkins; great grandparents, :
Ramandar Bodie, Phemina and Charles Taylor Sr.; adopted grand :
mother, Vernika Dawkins; aunts, Cassandra Farrington, Colleen :
Symonette, Desiree Dawkins, Nirobi and Samantha Taylor, Vernell, :
Ursula and Remanda Rodgers, Shoniqua Bodie; uncles, Geno, :
Quincy and Michael Brown, Aaron and Shelton Taylor, Patrick Green :
and Kenneth King; grand aunts, Rosemae Brown, Dorothy, Eulamae, :
Hazel Dawkins, Edith and Pearline Bodie, Euna Fritzgerald, Thelma, :
Karen, Beverly, Sandra and Ronnica Taylor; grand uncles, Simon, :

Bo ee ey ae poles os ee Leroy, Colin and : gtep-children including, Keith, Leonora, Patrice and Lorette (Tracy);
Gnd Wenzel Grown: gousine, Verte, Janae-Kaydon, Wendesha, | fifteen grandchildren, Terrance, Nubriet, Kiera, Rory, Denero
Wendonika, Wend J J a V rat ; ily. Meli ’ : Timon, Kyle, Kaitlynn, Latika, Nicole, Jahrett, Amardo, Kiethra,

endonika, Wendell Jr., Jay Jay, Janay, Vanessa and family, Melissa, ‘ Shaquinda and Antoni; three sisters-in-law, Dorothy (Tootsie) Paul,

‘ Theresa Fairweather and Sr. Cecilia Albury, OSB; one brother-in-

ily, Alexander, Robyn, Johnny, Lydia and amy Donte) sey ny Pee tice Femuern latins Clarke. ae ac ele tara
Se Dave Barabbas, Baell Jr. Nicola, Bonfils Casey Rotender : Eergeeen ee aay vs Fergsuot. eohene Pea
: , Bat ; ; , ’ ’ m4 ; e ; y uson; , ANtNoOnNy

; ag. : ‘ Barrow, Carlson and Brian Johnson; six nieces, Renee Barrow,
en ae Kendra, Chara, Perez, Roylene, Marcie, Shetara, ‘ Mispah Ferguson, Wayne Duncombe, Kimberly Rolle, Porsha Rolle,
1, Dwayne, Tanya, Jamal, Drexel, Terrance, Delonio, Pearcwell ; vette Rolle; numerous cousins, Albert, Sharon, Teddy, Pastor

a Ree ee Re en oe eet Chelsea, oo Dannie, Mavis, Margaret, Kenneth and Fernon Clarke, Tracy Rolle,
Chrstn Beene Goon nau atuina. Criesia ee lege : Shervonnette Adderley, Bernadette Gibson, Helen Barr-Ferguson,
Kenron, Kayron iKendy, Rhondy Zovie, Dashia and family, Timeko, : [anya Sharmel, Shavonne, Coralee and Wenceworth Ferguson,
Angela, Shelly ‘and family; other relatives and friends include. : Andrew and Marcus Curry, Jackie Hanna and family, a host of other
D'Angelo Tei Shavaynne Ferquson, Corey Taylor. Oneil Leary, : relatives and friends including, The Humes family, Agnes Rolle and
Bridgette Watson ‘Rioxis: Brown Shang icrda *Ric Tie Wilson: : family, Barbara Johnson and family, Joseph Cleare and family, Mr
Monique, Tasha inaraharn family ‘Tony S g dfamilv. the L family. th | k ae family, Mr and Mrs Gibson, the Lotmore family, Chris Mortimer and
- family, Tony Symonette and family, the Leary family, the Mackey fami" sarily Mr and Mrs Bill Poitier, Mayfield and family, Marathon
Peer clone Weswecnoy cnetcmiy tie ea fart eee sbi : Constituency, The Men's Group of St. Thomas More Parish, Florinda
; i : W ' : : : 5 eae
family, re Farrington family, Betty and family, Bernadette Butler and : Bastian and family and many others, far too many to mention.
amily, Lance and Tina Munnings, Roslyn Sands and family, Barry : ’ : :
Ward and family, Pat Maynard and family, the Knowles family, Anthony : ee Ais Sela Ee ee togey
‘ dled by THE CHAPEL OF MEMORIES COMMONWEALTH FUNER-

: AL HOME, INDEPENDENCE DRIVE.



Ingraham and family, Dr. Smith and the staff of Rock Sound Clinic, the
communities of Rock Sound, Green Castle and Deep Creek,

: Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at THE CHAPEL OF
‘MEMORIES COMMONWEALTH FUNERAL HOME, INDEPEN-
: DENCE DRIVE on Thursday from 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. and at the
‘church in Rock Sound on Friday from 7:00 p.m. to service time on
: Saturday.

REUBEN ROGAN JOHNSON, 71
affectionately called "Jr. Cavasier"

Of Palmetto Crest, Marathon Estates,
who died at his residence July 22nd, will
be held on Thursday 11:00 a.m. at St.
Thomas More Catholic Church,
Madeira Street. Monsignor Alfred
Culmer, assisted by Deacon Dennis
Mackey will officiate and interment will
| follow in St. Joseph Cemetery, Tyler
Street.



Left to cherish his fond memories are
his loving wife, Regina Johnson; four
children, Jerry, Debbie Fox, Vincent
and Cranson (Corey); one daughter-
in-law, Umilla (Janet) Johnson; four



han-



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\ Vaughn O. Jones
MEMORIAL CENTER

“Honoring the memories of loved ones”
INDEPENDENTLY OWNED & OPERATED

| Funeral Service For

Noel Stafford Roach, 35










































of Walnut Street who died on Friday
July 16, 2010 will be held on Saturday
July 31, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. at Kemp
Road Ministries, Kemp _ Road.
Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Wesley
Thompson assisted by other Ministers
of the Gospel. Interment will follow in
Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.
































Precious Memories will forever live in
the hearts of his son, Noel Roach Jr.;
~ mother, Ingrid McKinney; stepfather,
Arthur McKinney Sr.; grammy, Sylvia Roach; thirteen sisters,
Necola Mackay, Xaviera Todd, Laverne Mason, Lythera Roach,
Adrumea Roach, Angelique Ward, Sharon Decaster, Carolyn
Rolle, Samantha, Shakaria Moxey, Ellistina Knowles, Yalice
| Bowe, Naquana Evans; four brothers, Arthur McKinney Jr.,
Dwayne Smith, Jermaine Roach and Frank Roach; six aunts,
Joan Rolle, Jackie Skippings, Stephanie Sands, Angie, Faye
Roberts of Freeport and Deborah; three uncles, Pedro
Skippings, Michael Roach and Wenzel Sands; eight nieces,
Elkinique Lloyd, Brittany Smith, Lavenia Mason, Jameka Mason,
Taniqua Peet, Genesis Davis, Donya Smith and Adrianna
McKinney; four nephews, Shamar Knowles, Reanna Todd,
D'Soray Deleveaux and Skyler Davis; special friend, Nikenya
Rolle; three brothers-in-law, James Mason, Leonardo Todd and
Mr. Giles Moxey; numerous cousins including, 3364 Peter
Rolle Jr., Carlaran Williams and Derese Knowles; and a host of
other. relatives and friends, Elsworth Rolle (Woody), Deion
Smith, Nathalie Strachan-Lisa, Johnimae Brooks, Tanya, Jason
Samuels, Jamal Woodside, Jamal Gibson, Department. of
Environmental Health, PM Wendall Barry, PGM Jack Sturrup,
Columbus Lodge #16 PHA, St. James Masonic Lodge #3 PHA
and the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge.




Viewing: will be held in the Legacy Suite of Vaughn O. Jones |
Memorial Center, Mt. Royal Ave. and Talbot Street on Friday |
| from 10:00 a.m. to’6:00 p.m. and at the church on Saturday from |
| 10:00 a.m. to service time.

Mi. Royal Aveue & Talbot Steet,
Telephone: 676-2386 ¢ 24 Hour Emergency
. 434-9220/380-8077








i and the entire Rasta community, Cyree, Bo Bo Mank,. §

| Road Community, the Chippingham Community, the Bain §
# Town Community and others to numerous to mention..

, The body will repose in the Blessed Redeemer Chapel at §
; Ferguson's Funeral Directors, 7th Terrace Collins &
j Avenue on Thursday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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FUNERAL DIRECTORS

“Rendering the finest in caring and compassionate service
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P.O. Box GT-2679 * Nassau, Bahamas

Funeral Service For
Clovis Constantine Elliott 59°








~~] of Quarry Mission Road will be
_ |held on Friday, July 30th,
2010 at 11 a.m. at The
Graveside, St. Joseph's
Cemetery, Boyd Road.
Interment will be at. 1pm.

Left to mourn his passing are
his mother, Cynthia Elliott; son,
Akil; brothers, Gerard (& Eulie)
Elliott, Lawrence (& Deborah)
Elliott and Terrance Elliott; sister, Dr. Marcella Elliott; spe-
cial friend, Clarabell Sweeting of Acklins; nephews,
Terrance Jr., Santo, Geran and Gervase Elliott; niece,
Utopia: Elliott Allen; aunt, Monica Johnson; numerous
cousins including, Therese Thompson, Marie Ann-Â¥
Johnson, Joseph Elliott, Margaret Inniss, Cassandra
Gibbons, Bruce Elliott, Alphonso Elliott, Catherine Davis
Wood, Jack Davis, Barbara Stubbs, Thomas Saunders,
Charles Saunders, Cynthia Davis, Patrick Davis, Deckrey
Johnson, Constance Moss;.other relatives and friends
including; Rasta Billy, Rasta Phillip Blyden, Rasta Benji



Donna Wilson, SAC class of 1969, Dr. Zelrona Mackey,
Dorothy Allen and family, Theresa Poitier and family, the
Elliott family, the Davis. family, the Foulkes family, the
Woodside family, the Watkins family, the Quarry Mission



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MARKETING INTERNATIONAL ©

244 Market Street & Oxford Avenue
Nassau, N.P., The Bahamas
Tel: 242-361-3889 or 242-361-0181
24HRS 242-456-9062

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

URIEL WELLINGTON
~ . RIGBY, 78

a resident of Farrington Road will be
held on Saturday, 31st July, 2010 at
11:00am at First Baptist Church,
Market Street. Officiating will be
Reverend Earl Francis. Interment
| will follow in the Old Trail Cemetery,
Old Trail Road.





Precious memories will always linger
in the hearts of his family, numerous sons including, Delvon
Butler and Alfred Skeet; numerous daughters including, Iris
Green-Charles, Shanequia Rigbyand Stephanie Rigby-
Morley; (2) sisters, Beatrice Long and Ida Butterfield; (4)
brothers-in-law, Clayton Long, Wendell Williams,
Christopher and Rudelyn Mitchell; (2) sisters-in-law, Judith
Rigby and Rev. Veronica Rigby; numerous grandchildren
including, Robert and Monique Cooper, Sandy, John,
Anthony, Andy Charles, Patrice Knowles, Trevor, Julian
and Joycelyn Bartlett, Jaquell Rigby, Kamaco and Qutell
Morley; numerous great grandchildren including, Tyrone
Major-Jr., Shereika Miller, Tamika, Marie and Charlice
Knowles, Aliyah and Antoinette Dean and Jayden Morley;
numerous niéces and nephews including, Carolyn Prosper,
564 Sargeant Barrington Miller, Terry, Marvin, Jermaine,
Dwayne, Rickey, Anthony, Angela, Antoinio, Kendira,
Adrian, Crystal, Sedric, Sedreann, Sedra, Barrington Jr.,
Christopher and- Michael; a host of other relatives and
friends including, Mae Mackey, Sartara Taylor, Mr. Outten,
Florence Green, Six, Staff at Taxi Cab Union, staff of
Sandilands Rehabilitation Centre, the entire Culmer's Ward
staff, Mrs. Munnings, Mrs. Cunningham, Mrs. Rahming,
Social Services, Mrs. Higgs, Demetrius Centre, Mrs. Evans
and staff, Mother Deveaux, The Doctors and Nurses of
Male Medical 2&1 at the Princess Margaret. Hospital and
others, too numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at on Friday 30th July,
2010 from 11:00am until 5:00pm and on Saturday 31st July,
2010 from1i0:00am until service time.





THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 13

Hemeritte’s Funeral Home

BAHAMAS’ OLDEST MORTUARY
MARKET STREET e P.O. BOX GT-2097 ¢ TEL: 323-5782

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

MRS. ESTELLA "Ma"
WHYLLY, 78

a resident of Golden Gates #2 & formerly of Major's Cay,
Crooked Island, who passed away on 23 July, 2010, will be held at
New Bethlehem Baptist Church, Independence Drive, on
Saturday at 9:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Everette J.
Brown, assisted by Rev. Dr. Erold Farquharson, Rev. Tyrone
Laing, Elder Cora McPhee, Elder Yvonne Deveaux, Minister
Christine Johnson, Bishop Anthony Hanna & other Ministers of
the Gospel. Interment follows in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier
Road.



Memories of "Ma Whylly" will always linger in the hearts of her
two sons, Andrew and Inspector Arnold Whylly; three daughters,
Olive Hanna, Jacqueline Whylly-Hilton and Sharon Whylly; two
daughters-in-law, Betty and Angela Whylly; two sisters, Realia
Brown and Elvia Pratt; two sisters-in-law, Ella Barry and Lucinda
Ferguson; one brother-in-law, John Brown; twenty-two grand-
daughters, Latoya, Christal, Torri, Kim, Abby, Tammy, and Shelia Whylly, Keyshel Symonette, Desiree
Smith, Brittney Dames, Denise; cousins, Violet and Nikki Hanna, Janet King- Whylly, Tasha Whylly-
Coakley, Karon Caver, India Plett, Romeka Sherman, Shandera Hanna, Ariel Jones, Latoya Reid and
Natalya Lang; twelve grandsons, Darron, Oratio, Anthony Jr., Deon, Teiko, Andrew Jr., Arnold Jr., Gilbert-
and Fabian Whylly, William Hilton Jr., Conley Wilter and Deval Kerby; nine adopted daughters, Marsha
Johnson, Elva Henfield, Ruth Woods, Zenobia Munroe, Kendra Burrows, Siobhan Lloyd, Rondell Smith,
Tonya Tynes and Lashan Smith; four adopted sons, Sgt. Timothy Bailey, Toriano Lloyd, Terry Kemp and
Clifton Thompson; two adopted granddaughters, Raven Hinds and Chelsea Tynes; four adopted grandsons,
Randolph Dean, Christopher Tynes, Joshua and Nathan Lloyd; eighteen nieces, Cynthia Gibbs, Thelma
Murphy, Brenda Ferguson, LaDonna Williams, Vivian Dean, Glanda Ferguson, Antoinette Boneby ,
Marsha Pratt, Fannie and Beverly Smith, Hilda Rawls, Gladys Rolle, Ella Jones, Tesser Smith, Henreatta’
Watson, Sharine Coakley, Sharon Ferreira, Iva Bain and Rozelda Barry; twelve nephews, Leonard
Ferguson, Richard Gibbs, Leroy Dean, Mervin Kerr, Henry Ferguson, Amold and Livingston Smith, Albert
Brown, Theophlis Meadows, Oswald Barry, Vernon (Lesley) Ferguson, and Wilfred and Stafford Bain;
numerous great grand and great great grand children; other relative and friends including, Patricia Sands and
family, Janet Rolle and family, Alma Brown and family, Coletha Johnson, Judith Sherman and family,
Antonio Cox, Denise Barnes, Sharon Swaby, Buckie Smith, Charmine Tucker and family, Michael C.
Reckley, Maria Butler and family, Shannell Adderley and family, Renea Knowles and family, Shirley Miller
and family, Laural Butler and family, Kirklyn Barr, Maria Poitier and family, Florine Bain and family, Patsy
Pinder and family, Sharon Cooper and family, Betty Rolle and family, Maria Farquahson and family, Hugh
Rollins and Family, Edna Lewis and family, Velma Wells-Duncanson, Adline Ambrister and family, Caroline
Bodie and family, Whitlene Cooper and family, Pauline Pinder, Rev Randolph Deleveaux and family, Rev.
Elirkim Ferguson and family, Francita Forbes, Doreen Ferguson and family, Ellen and Ruthmae Winters
and family, Judy McIntosh and family, The Technicians Volleyball Club, Lynette Armbrose and family,
Bishop Leroy Anthony Hanna and the family of Redeem Tabernacle Church of God Rev. Marina Sands
and the family of Judaea Baptist Church, Bishop Ros Davis and the family of Golden Gates Outreach
Ministries, Pastor Everette Brown and the family of New Bethlehem Baptist Church, the Rolle family of
Soldorah house, Catharine Johnson and family, Gracie Seymour and family, Dirklyn and Joan Munnings,
Sherry Mackey and family, Marlyn Rose Stubbs and family, Merline Glinton, Merlyn Munroe and family,
Marion Moss, Minister Huden and Christine Johnson and family, Minister Bernal Bullard and family,
Mother Alice Clear and family, Gloria and Elaine Gardiner and family, Audrey Davis and family, Angela
Nurse from Barbados, Bermice Kelly and family, Gladys Dosette-Miller and family, Penny Greenslade and
family, Joycelyn Minnis, Viola Roberts and family, Hon. Malanie Griffin and the Moxey clan, Carolyn
Roberts and family, Jenny Anderson and family, Debbie Turner, Bertha Johnson, Gaynel Evans and fami-
ly, Management and staff of Bahama Hot Mix, especially Ken Forbes, Prince Dawkins and Willian Bain,
Management and staff of Hotel Center, Management and staff of the Royal Bahamas Police (Force Strike
Force Unit), Management and Staff of The Stewarding Department at the Atlantis Resorts Paradise Island.
Staff at the Eve Ward off the Princess Margaret Hospital and The Sandilands Hospital family.

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 8:00 a.m. until service time. —~

DEATH NOTICE

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CARDINAL VINCENT
JOHNSON, 53

a resident of Bamboo Blvd, Golden Gates #1. died at his residence on
Wednesday 28 July, 2010.

He is survived by his parents, Erskine & Vernita. Johnson: 4 brothers.
‘V Franklyn, Anthony, Oswald & Jerome: 5 sisters, Melverne, Antionette,
Â¥ Stephanie, Marsha & Deborah & a host of other relatives & friends.

LD,

Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date.



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MARKET STREET e P.O. BOX GT-2097 e TEL: 323-5782

| | RVICES FOR

EMOYEN
GILBAUD, 74

& Spikenard Roads.



Steve, Charline, Dejacma, Marcel, Evelyne Bottamian, Margritte & family, Camera & far

ly, Gelin, Exantus, Simone, the Barbershop family, Toote Shop Corner family, Bertin & fam- i
ily, the Francophone Seventh-day Adventist Church family. Special thanks to the Doctor's & }

Nurses of Male Surgical II of the Princess Margaret Hospital.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street, from 10- :

6:00 p.m. on Saturday & on Sunday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.

FRANCHESCIA
ROLLE BODIE, 7 months

" Cemetery, Tyler Street. .



and Kameshio Thompson, Blake, Seth & Joshua Strachan,

FUNERAL SE

a resident of East Street & formerly of Port-de-Paix, ;
Haiti, who passed away on 8th July, 2010, will be held at :
Francophone Seventh-day Adventist Church, Balfour }
Avenue & Amos Ferguson Street, on Sunday at 11:00 a.m. :
Officiating will be Pastor Wilson Isnord, assisted by
Pastor Edward Saint-Fleur, Elder C. Melvi Lewis, Elder :
Dieusauveur Datus, Elder Eugene Antoine & Elder Adly :
Cadet. Interment follows in Southern Cemetery, Cowpen :

Left to cherish his memories are his wife: Marie Desina :

= Obsaint Gilbaud; two sons: Keth & Steven Gilbaud; one }
daughter: Jennie Gilbaud; four sisters: Mrs Michel Saint-Amand and family of Haiti, Mrs :
Odisson Valerus and family, Mrs Lemoine Celestin and family of Miami, Mrs Henriquez
Prudent and family; two brothers: Eneclas Guilbaud and family of Haiti, Remilus and fami-:
ly of Miami; sisters-in-law: Marie Germaine Obsaint of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Resile }
Merline of Haiti; brothers-in-law: Nobert, Odieu, Camile, REfin, Apredieu of Haiti;
nephews and nieces: Jean Rene Guilbaud, Claircina and Pamerite Guilbaud, Edgard and:
Aine Saint-Amand, Belvy and Belly Saint-Amand, Irveline Valerus, Kenny and Cindy:
Valerus, Guerda Prudent, Mimose and Ronald Prudent, Kerlange and Evens Prudent, :
Lineda and Sandra Prudent, Ermida Celestin Joseph, Elda Celestin, Kervins Celestin, :
Linthia and Francelise Celestin, Manise Celestin, Myrlene Thelusma, Florence Thelusma, :
Gedeon and Walestene Anestin, Bernard and Guerlande Anestin, Liline, Gargout, Philistin :
of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Jennie, Remise, Yvrose, Manise, Guerlande, Guerda of Haiti, :
Herme, Wallster, McAteny; cousins: Mrs Lemieux Celestin and family, Mrs Tanis Donjoie }
and family, Mr Lifaite Metellus and family, Soliver Dorvilien, Camilus, Emilien Larena, :
Lexene, Lebien, Alina, Marie Metelus of Haiti; other relatives & friends: Odalbert & fami-
ly, Fristner & family, Acho, Jannette, Melicia family, Pierre Etienne, Madeleine, Ermila, :



a resident of Lewis Street, who passed away on 22nd}
July, 2010, will be held at Our Lady of the Holy Souls:
Catholic Church, Deveaux Street, on Saturday at 1:00:
p.m. Officiating will be Fr. Rev. Alain Laverne, M.Div., :
assisted by Rev. Dracon Peter Rahming & Seminarian
.| Oswald Ferguson. Interment follows in the Catholic:

Cherish memories.will forever linger in the hearts of
her loving parents, Francisco Bodie and Fredesa Rolle; i
brother, Francisco Bodie Jr.; grand mothers, Rosemary :
Sargent and Patsy Cooper; grand fathér, Rudolph:
Rolle, (Fred Rolle - deceased); aunts, Philomena Dean, Marion Strachan, Remanda &:
Shenika Bodie, Cedricka Johnson, Sharene Gaitor-Sargent, Deandra & Elthesa Dean, :
Farrah Russell, Lorin Walkine, Sirlyndrea, Brittany, Faeleisha, Fredie, Fredericka, ?-
Ashtonque Rolle and Nickie Smith; uncles, Keno Sands, Julian, Dario, James Sargent, :
Fredrick Rolle, Terrance Thompson, Mark Dean, Keto Bodie, Akeio, Anseno, Arkel, :
Fredrick III, Alphaneiko, Christopher and Fred Rolle; grand aunts, Cleora Richards, Sharon :
Knowles, Alice Andrews, Sandra Hanna and Roslyn Major, Prudence, Pauline and:
Stephanie Sargent, Jeanette Sargent, Vernique Sargent; grand uncles, Paul Davis, Wilfred, :
Clarence and Darren Sargent; cousins, Kenneth, Tyrone, Jerome, Michael, Mark, Alexander, :
Andrew, Jenine, Vanessa and Shanell Davis, Shaniya & Shadiamond Dean, Aronique Major,
~Daronique Sargent, Romeika Dean, Austin Rolle, Macowelly and Deandra Jones, Nathan :
arkella Dean, Mark Dean III, :
Romeo Dean, Tatianna Evans, Thela, Shartara Monalissa, Melinda, Shira and Shaneka; a *



host of other relatives and friends, Edward Moss & family, Carla Stubbs & family, Karen
Russell & family, Michele & Deanne Huyler, Zelma McCoy, Sheryl Rolle, Sharon Moss &
family, Crystal & Collin Knight, Dianne Hepburn and family, the Curry family, the Seymour

i family, Lorpond McIntosh, the Ferguson family, Lelia Smith & family, the. Johnson family,

Rorey Major, Dorothy St. Claude, Theresa Major, the Burial Ground Corner Community,
the Lewis Street Community, the Old Boat Alley Community, & the Super Value Store #7
family; Special thanks to the Children's Ward and the Intensive Care Unit at the PM.H. and
the Pastry Shop at Wyndham.

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 noon until service time.

KENDRA
ANASTASHA BERTINA
DARLING, 36

a resident of R.E. Cooper Estates, died at PMH on 26 July,
2010. :

She is survived by her husband, Tyrone Darling; 1 son,
Tyrone Darling Jr; mother, Kathleen Pratt; father:
Benjamin Rolle; stepmother, Deloris Rolle; stepfather,
William Pratt; sisters, Darrise & Bendeon; brother,
Barrington; grandparents, Naomi Roker, Prince Albert
Forbes & Herbert Roker; in-laws, Lillian Wilson & Joshua
| Darling.



_ MINISTER
INA MAJOR, 57

a resident of Washington Street North & formerly of St.
Catherine, Jamaica died at PMH on 23 July, 2010. :

She is survived by her husband, Philip Major; stepdaughter,
Keva Smith; grandchildren, Carlo, L?..do & Kaylisa Smith;
1 sister, Dorothy Hunter of Jamaica; numerous sisters &
brothers-in-law including, Myrtis Turnquest & Violet
Pintard Johnson of.Freeport, Grand Bahama & Ashley
Hunter.

w] Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date.



KENDAL
DAWKINS, 58

‘ of Montell Heights, formerly of Port Howe, Cat Island, died
on Sunday, July 25. ‘

‘| Kendal is survived by 1 sister, Deloris Fernander; 3 broth-
« ers, Hiram, James and Heartman Dawkins; nephews,
\) Bishop Delton and Dexter Fernander, Hiram Jr. and
‘| Tyrone Dawkins; nieces: Junise, Joulle, Jamell and Jazmyn
Dawkins; other relatives and friends.

Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date.



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P.O. Box F-42312
Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471
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MS. CHARITABLE
EUGENE
*“Affectionately Called Shi’, 71

of Lincoln Blvd., will be held on
| Saturday, July 31st, 2010. at 11:00am at
Ebenezer Baptist Church, Charles
Vincent Street. Officiating will be Rev.
iy Dr. Elkin Symonette, assisted by other
— ministers of the gospel. Interment will



Road.



Tameka, Mea, Omarras Diego, Tamara, Serena.

Marie Kacaut, Julie and Emani Noel, Acegrace, Madame Shorty;

family and friends too numerous to mention.

: FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

: on Friday from 10:00am to 6:00pm and at the church on Saturday
from 9:30am to service time.

follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier

Left to cherish her memories are: Daughters: Christianne :
Eugene, Denia Petithomme, Denise Jimenez and Diana Young. :

: is i
SONS Uiie Puen ane) ant Pon ee Se : in the hearts of her loved ones: Mother/Father, Mr. Prince Albert
Grandchilren: Juanita, Juan, Julio. God Children: Kelly Black | Hepburn, Mrs. Joycelyn Curry (Stepfather) Vincent Curry; Sons,
and Vannie Petithomme. Sisters: Denise Vertyl Louis, Paula | Tamiko and Tarran Brice; Grandmother, Ellen Thurston; Sisters,
Eugene, Francoise, Yolyn, Ganetta, Angelet and Urgette Eugene :
all of Miami, Florida. Brothers: Andre Joseph and Brumet of :
Miami, Florida, Cezar Aime of Port- Au- Prince Haiti. Sons-In- :
law:, Phillip Young, John Jimenez, and P/R/C 766 Omar David :
Lightbourne. Sisters-in-Law: Sue Jospeh, Marieta Dubreus :
Niece: Amonde,Stefaney, Verdie, Sandra, Tahanshley, Suevey, :
Stephane, Vivian,. Nephew: Dorpeck, Anthony, Harry, Nesly, :
Cezalia, Junior. Numerous other Relatives including: Mamoune, :
Rosémaine Simon and Family, Carwall and Family, Emacile,
Eunice and Walter Rose and Family, Silvina, Madame Joinell, ; Ferguson Nieces/Nephews
Amilie Cherfrere, Emmanuella Beausejour, Mac, Shelly Ienus, :
Shellen and Francis, Sicienne, Anella Sandra, Wilma, Pauline, :

feleg, Tasha ane taniiy My. Vaan Boze Se name ae : Tamara (Richard) Desmangles, Tereco and Terell Stuart, Omar
Numerous other friends. including: The Jimenez Family, ; 224 Ramon, Marcia, Myah, Mark Jr., PJ, Leslie Jr., Kendra,
Delivrance Oscar and family, Ms. Shirley Adderley and Family, ; Keith, Kelsin, Kristy, Kimberly, Krystal, Stephanie, Arlean,
Shervin, Yellow, Nicketo Johnell, Dave Bethel, Mr. and Mrs. : , , Pa : : :
Sturrup and family, Vinnie Sturrup and family, Sylvia and Shanell Floyd, Machale, Lisa, Dominique, Kelvin, Cathy, Karina, Ingrid,
Robinson and Family, Sheila Pratt Lightbourne and Family, :
Samantha Barrett and Family, Sharon and family, Marie Black ;

and Family, and Mr. & Mrs. Edwards Family, The Archer Family. } =‘ } : : :
Staff of the PMH Family Medicine Clinic Dr. Minis Grimes ad | Richard Thurston and Family, Logan’s Security Services, Holy
the Female Medical #2, The Lincoln Blvd. family, Homestead St. :

Banialy Dart Sb ae Mastin On Seaeunlly SHG enor OF Ouier Viewing will be held in the Serenity Suite at Restview Memorial

: Mortuary and Crematorium Ltd., Robinson and Soldier Roads,

Viewing will be held in the Irenic Suite at Restview Memorial | 0" Friday from 10:00am to.6:00pm and at the church on Saturday
Mortuary and Crematorium Ltd., Robinson and Soldier Roads, : from 9:30am to service time.

THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 15

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



BERNICE YVETTE —
HEPBURN, 38

of Alexander Blvd., will be held on
Saturday, July 31st, 2010 at 11:00am at
iNew Lively Hope Baptist Church,
Jerome Avenue and Chesapeake Road.
Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Shelton
Higgs, assisted by other ministers of the
gospel. Interment. will follow in the Old
.| Trail Cemetery, Old Trail Road.





















Her legacy will remain and be cherished

Mrs. Nadeen Eugene (Leon Eugene, Brother-in-law), Mrs. Nadia
Cooper (Wayne Cooper, Brother-in-law), Mrs. Clarinda Higgs
(Brendon Higgs, Brother-in-law), Ancilla Hepburn, Brothers
Albert Hepburn; Aunts Betty Johnson (Larry Johnson), Celia,
Louise, Marianna (Stephen Stuart), Emily and Ruthamae
Thurston, Janet Adderley, Vernell Rolle, Carnetta Munroe,
Maureen Gardiner, Gwendolyn Hepburn, Merlin Cooper, and
Shantell Fernelus; Uncles Clyde Hepburn, Bruce Hepburn
(Alma Hepburn), Edward Hepburn, Lefred Hepburn, Oral
Alyssa, Brevon and Micah Higgs,
Leon Eugene Jr., Wayne Cooper Jr. Cousins Michelle, Sean and
Kevin (Felonie) Shepherd, Kino (Lakeisha) Coleby, Simone
Kemp, Peaches and Gino Farquharson, Latoya (Darell) Neely,

Jackie, Dellarese, Maria, Christina, Alton, Lenora, Jamuel,
Shane, Shannon, Corey, Cyle, Glenwood Bain Sr, Alexcenah,
Eugene, Katherine, Prince. Hepburn, Brenda Burrows Others
Donnovan Brice, The Curry Family, LW Young Class of 1989,

Dove Baptist Church, Ministry of Education, Dr. Adderley.





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Restsias Memorial Moluary
and Crematorium Limited





FREEPORT - NASSAU
11A East Coral Road, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
.O. Box F-42312 P.O. Box CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471 Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pager: (242) 340-8043 ¢ Fax: (242) 373-3005 Pager: (242) 340-8043 ¢ Fax: (242) 340-8034



FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

i : Elegance Within Beauty Salon, Steven and Clare Thompson.

PATRICE ARMBRISTER, : Viewing will be. held in the Celestial Suite at Restview Memorial
47 : Mortuary and Crematorium Ltd., on Friday from 10:00 am to 6:00pm and

: again on Saturday af the church from 11:30 am until service time.
of Buttonwood Street, Pinewood, will be i fvias4 gos dispes ia nties td eeonsen sileued sdehvcyaddgoneqataneiecdeaeins obsseaanavhspbacdiansnveadia oreaae deny a conaneadabspaadeedsanmaanisiaaiesboensasstesenade waeniaesdieatue

held on Saturday, July 31st, 2010, 1:00 pm :
at Saint Mark’s Native Baptist Church, : DANIACHEW DIKOBE
| MILLER,

Romer Street, Fox Hill. Officiating will be :
: Affectionately Called “Danny”, 29

Rey. Clarrington Pinder, assisted by other }
ministers of the gospel. Interment will fol-
low at Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Rd.
{of Millenium Gardens, will be ‘held on
| Saturday, July 31st,-2010, at 11:00 am at
~| Golden Gates Native. Baptist Church,
.| Lobster Avenue. Officiating will be Apostle
_ | Felix J. Rolle II, assisted by Prophetess
~| Cyprianna. Rolle. Interment will follow at
Lakeview Gardens Cemetery. |































Patrice will be sadly missed by her daugh- :
‘}ter: Denithra Kemp; sons: Terrance :
~ Bullard and Prescott Ferguson; mother: :
Sylvia Stubbs; father: Chares Armbrister: adopted mother: Hazel :
Demeritte; grandchild: Kanaan Kemp; son-in-law: Kevin Kemp; sisters: ; |
| Albertha Lightbourne, Vanessa Spence, Lator Georgette. Camille, } |.
Marva, Valerie and Claudette Armbrister; adopted. sisters: Dianne, :
Marilyn and Judy Charlton; brothers: Leading Seaman Mark Armbrister :, AAS 5 . i :
RBDE, Carl, Cordell, Desmond, Patrick, Charles H, Phillip, Casey, | .. wartene Letoil Miller: f ee oe oH on wae ee oe
Lamont, Jonathan, and Lavard Armbrister; adopted brothers: Westley, ae Bd he Eds ae oe an a 2 Modi Mata “neti Ke fee
Stephen, Thomas,Ivan and Cedric Charlton, Shervin Seymour and Dave | De F D: er 7 ie or Miller CI = ae one Mac a on
Gray, Demrie Charlton, Kenrick; nieces: Shanice Liehtbourne, : el ra oan . oy sel meee PROD Sau e opt-
Courtney Marshall, Paige Spence, Maigen, Alexandria, Christly, | ed brother: Adorn Charlow; sisters: Shavon Martin and Tamara Roberts:
Lanesha, Jamie, Lachea, Corlisa, Destiny, Carlie, Nakita, Cordesha, | ee ee eg ee
Aaliyah and Lesha Armbrister, Amber and Malika Edgecombe, Dellisa } Dew: ue a ae pay DSS dee eee ae ee eo
eae : Dewitt Jr, Dylaun, Triston and Darneko. Jr; aunts: Mispah Strachan,

and Eanes 2S Ne, Senne eer ey Siormice Sey nour Litany. Verscena Simmons, Beryl Foulkes, Judymae Chisolm, Dorilyn Opatp,

Nekia, ‘Christy, Shandarika, Theone, Ivamique, Anastacia, Ashlyn, : Karen David, Linda Martin; uncles: Leonard Miller, Billy Martin, Percy

J orramqdey Tnavumigies Pins dyaneie, onia) Duandie, See did: Strachan, Dennis Simmons, Clifton Foulkes, Hermis Chisolm and Altico

OPI UC ete ena ltey amy: nO: Wal ataay mer news. Teron) Opato; grandaunts: Unice Brown, Florence Anderson, Patrinella

Erenmoume. Maluk: Musprove.2ntonio Davis, Kyle spence, Rashad, | Deleveaux, Louise Rihard and Julia Martin; granduncles: J. Edison

Dishon, Jakari, Lamont Jr., Q’Cas’m, Cai-el, Cordell Jr, Omari and } 4~ es ed Senet mee : :
-Leventi Armbrister, Mark Rolle, Quinton Edgecombe, Ajalon Charlton, : Pe et eee
Shervin Jr., Stephen Seymour, Deno, Keno, Reno, Glen, Ricky, Steven, : ea + TS ? , ; ? 1P

. : ae . i and Kikieno Miller, Ronald and Daphne Newbold, Margo Jacques,
Thomas, Alonzo Jr., Lovelle Jr., Brandin, Kenrick Jr., David Jr., Lavardo, ' Christin and Gary Hanna, Donald, Tiffany and Deon Saunders, Sophia

avevot and Wenreton aunt Mary ‘Dave, tudes Rudy Cartiane ; and Troy Miller, Damian, Nadia, Dalmino and Daniel Simmons, Paulette

Phillip Stubbs; sisters-in-law: Lanette, Lisa and Dulcie Armbrister and Brown, Tracy Murphy, Nasticia Foulkes, Jamal, Eureka, Jasrado. Michele,

Eleanor Arthur; brother-in-law: Marvin Spencec; cousins: Patricia : : ‘ : : : a

Coakley, Jeremey Saunders, Ronald Johnson, Carla Saunders, Renae : Jaleche’, Carline, Jorez, Judeko Chisolm, Kimra, Java: and Tanya Wallace,

Johnson, Hilda, Francis, Leo and Betty McIntosh, Lovina Henry; special : Aquilla Miller, Eishad, Tatika, Lyinde’ and Natakai Opato, Najnna Miller,
; : ; y ; Y> SP : Nashanka and Elvardo Gibson, Amelio Sands, Alberto and Georgette

. friend: Peter Ferguson; godchildren: Lamour, Marcus Adderley; numer- ; David, ‘Thomasine, Nick, Disck Ie and B illy Jr. Martin; other relatives

ous relatives -and friends including: Mr. and Mrs. Barry Kemp, Carla ‘and friends inclu ding: Kristyn Kuffermann (special Pen d), Shawn,

Kemp, Theresa Smith, Clark Stevenson, Adrian Burrows, Mr. Morley, :

Lolte, Anthony Cris Siva Thompson, Kate Siler, Crysial Saunders, Shanona. Delma Chisolm, Pred Curry, Sandia Chaperon, Eduardo
gy pene ted oat Sil 00s, | Pian Petiendet > Pilate Rome) it : family, Deleveaux family, Congette Green and family, Dennis, Michelle,

Butterfield, Terrance and Jennifer Bullard, Arindale Kelly, Samantha : Stacy (Orland, Florida), The Whylly, Richards-and Brown family OEGrEEh

McDonald, The Kerr Family, The Fox Family, The Williams Family, The Castle, Eleuthera, the Round Table, Millenium Gardens, Malcolm Park

McIntosh Family, The Demeritte Family, The Bethel Family, Staff of : . :
JBR, TOPS, Quickk Welding, Prickle Patch, RBDF Harbour Patrol : Basketball Team, ‘and the Surveillance Eagle Basketball Team.

Unit, especially BRAVO Watch, RBPF Maintenance Department, Dr. B. ? Wiewjn : ‘ Ss : : ;
: g will be held. in the Serenity Suite at Restview Memorial
Moxey and team at Cleveland Clinic (Ft. Lauderdale, Florida), Naomi : Mortuary and Crematorium Ltd. on Robinson and Soldier Roads on

Gomez and family, Ragged Island family, Mercellie McQuay and family, : 4; : . ;
The Rahming family, Wendy Major, Carpet Flea Market, Claire Family, : eee eee LOH ODP IE Ba athe: crn On. Satur cays tom

























































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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

THURSDAY, JULY 29, 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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR |

: Those left to celebrate his life and cherish his memories are his children:
i. Cheryl (Gerald Lotmore), Trevor (Bernadine), Thea (Kevin Curry), and
: Kayla. Grand-children: Davont Roberts, Latoya Perpall, Archelous
: Thompson Traecy, Trent, and Tré Roberts, , I’Leah and Bryanna Knowles.

ROBERT RICHARD
MUSGROVE JR.,

Affectionately Called “Rasta’’, “Robbie’’, 31 :

Gardens, Soldier Rd.

Great-grandchildren: Chernardo Hepburn and Diondre Roberts.

: Brothers: Oswald Arnett (Mabel) and Talbot Zonicle (Ruthamae); Nieces:
of St. Andrews Drive, Blair Estates, will be :
held on Saturday, July 31st, 2010 at 10:00 :
am. at Holy Cross Anglican Church. :
Officiating will be Rev’d Fr. Norman :
Lightbourne and other ministers of the }
gospel. Interment will follow at Woodlawn :
: Terence Butler, Bradley. Roberts, Persis Rodgers, Demetrius Campbell,
: Pastor Tom Roberts. Numerous relatives including grand-nieces and

Judith Thompson, Terecita Ferguson, Faynette Saunders, Michelle
Zonicle, Jacqueline Collie, Ingrid Ferguson, Maria Minus, Shonie Minus
Craighead, Earle Wilfred Pinder (Jr.), Renee Pinder, Kilroy Ramsey,
Marsha Goldburn, Paulette Rolle, Ethelyn Arnett, Sandra, Felecia
Arnette, Janice Arnette, Elizabeth Zonicle; Nephews: Gregory Arnette,
Warren Arnette, Oswald Arnette (Jr.) Cousins: Mavis Butler (Del),



He is survived by parents: Robert and Sheila :
Musgrove Sr; (2)sisters: Chatel Musgrove and Pastor Denise Musgrove- :
Charles; (1) brother: Able Seaman Deron Musgrove Sr.; grandmother: :
Madge Turnquest; (5) nieces: Daniel, Lanae, Shanay, Naomi and Deborah; }
(4) nephews: Cosmo, Deron Jr. Dario and Jonathan; (3) aunts: Leila :
Musgrove (Cocoa, Florida), Eleanore Musgrove and Agatha Livingston; ;
e uncles: Charles Musgrove (Cocoa, Florida), and Andrew Musgrove }

Freeport, G.B); (5) grand-aunts: Miriam Knowles-Culmer, Vernita ;
Symonette (Freeport, G.B), Zelma Wallace, Ruth Deveaux and Olga }
Rigby; (1) grand-uncle: Paul Knowles; god-parents: Edwin Newbold, :
Bradley Miller, Vernon Wilkerson and Carla Demeritte; friends: Mark
Cleare, Jeffrey Burrows, Soran Saunders, Johnaton Bullard, Edwin and :
’ Sandra Burrows and family; other family and friends including: Adeena :
_and Elton Major, Maine Adderely, Pedro and Yvonne McFall, Lillian :
Rolle and family, Edward Roker and family, The Marshall family, The :
Morley family, The Musgrove family, The Cooper family, The Sturrup fam-
ily of Exuma, Louise “Dolly” Knowles and family, Sharlene Taylor (Long :
Island), Bertam and Miriam Smith, Althere Jolly, Mavis Ferguson and :

family, Damian Clarke, Eryk Wright, The Rigby family, Lulamae Rolle, }
‘Janet Lightbourne, Alma Ferguson, Emily Williams, The Lockhart family :
(Freeport), The Knowles family (neighbors), Ermaline Wallace, Vernita, :
Karen, Sylvena, Ricardo, and Jennifer Treco, Charles and Deborah :
Cartwright, Family Guardian Insurance Company, Atlantis Hotel, The :
Kemp Road, Bain Town and The Deadman’s Cay, Long Island :

Communities and many others too numerous to mention.

‘Viewing will be held in the Celestial Suite at Restview Memorial Mortuary
and Crematorium Ltd., Robinson and Soldier, on Friday from 10:00 am to : |

6:00 pm and on Saturday at the church from 8:30 am until service time.

MR. WENDELL BRUCE
ROBERTS, 78

assisted by other ministers of the gospel.
Cremation will follow.



nephews: Denise Curry, Apryl Pratt, Mario Ferguson, Anthony Ferguson
Montez Kerr, Demetrius Cunningham, Gregory, Garreth, Glen Curry.
Special Friends including: Kevin “Bee” Curry, Valentine “Butch”
Knowles, Chris and Cleo Newbold, James Edwards, Chambie Backus,
Violet Pintard and Family, Elaine Sands and Family, Patricia McKinney
and Family, Harry Collie, Philip White, Jacqueline Hall and Family, The
Haven Family. A special thank you and appreciation to Kevin “Bee”
Curry and Family. :

Viewing will be held iti 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 from 8:30am to service

MS. DOREEN
“Violet” SIMMS

of West Palm Beach Florida, and formerly of
McCullough Corner East, Nassau, Bahamas
quietly past into eternal rest on July 21st 2010.

|} She is survived by her children Brenda
Adderley-Winn, Edwin Williams, Sheila
Simms, Kendrick Simms, Jeffrey Simms, and
Mark Simms, 25 grandchildren, 29 greatgrand
children and 11 great great grand children

: numerous nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends to
: numerous to mention in Nassau, Freeport, Abaco and San Salvador. She
: will be dearly missed. _ ‘. .

Officiating will be Father Colin Saunders, Funeral Announcements will be announced at a later date.





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Pe 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

THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

’ 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



| 5 FUNERAL SERVICES FOR | |

MR. JOHN JEFFERSON |

WRIGHT
Affectionately Called “Bush Crack”, 64

and Gladstone Road.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Alvira Bowe-Wright & Bertram

Wright and Brothers Oswald Delevaux, Bruce and Etienne Bowe.

He is survived by his loving wife, Patricia Ann Wright; Daughters: Eboney, :
Olivia, Samantha, Kimberley and Antoinette; Sons: Desmond, Mario, :
Jermaine, Arlington, Julian and John Vandyke; Sisters: Margaret-Ann of :
Atlanta, Georgia; Alvira & Miriam of Kent, Ohio; Brothers: Willie, 4
Bertram and Ricky of Kent, Ohio; Daughter-in-Law: Monique; Sons-in- :
-Law: Dominic, Errol and Perry; Adopted Children: Marvin Gordon, :
Engleburgh Pickering, David Smith, Mike and Walt Farrington, Jarvis :

Styles, Devince Smith, Mario Sherman, Randy Ferguson, Anthony : i. :
‘Babbs’ Rolle, Darron King, Marcellus Miller and Myriam Stapleton; : Rufus Swann, James, Bernard and Angela, Basil and Vera, Howard and
Grandchildren: Anya, Dudley Jr., Anton, Shante, Colby. Morgan, } Michelle, Cephas Jr. and Caroline Rolle: grandchildren: Gina Clarke,
Madison, John, Rio, Stacey, Juliette. Julianne, Julian Jr., Donovan, ; Madeline, Marvin, Glenice Minns, Jacqueline Rolle, Gina Amanason,

Arlingtino, Ashton, Aaron, Tamia, Marlisa, Mario Jr. and Diamond; :
Great-Grandchildren: Travanya and Ceasarza; Aunts: Lillian Ward, Joan :

McKay and Visna Mackay; Uncles: F Nigel Bowe and Kenneth Bowe; } >* : Soya
Niece Nieces & Nephew including: Ricky, Sean, Tasha and Terez; : Lightbourne, Anastacia Brooks, Aneaka Miller, Algenon, Anva, Anaya
Other Family and friends: Min. Marinetta Wright, family of the late Ethel Moxey, Damaal Dorsett, D anielle Miller, Denisha Collie, Tiffany and
Bowe, family of the late Madeline Ward, family of the Late Zelma | Christinia Rolle, Athalia Swann, David, Danielle, and Joshua Rolle; (37)

Roberts, family of the late Ismae Ferguson, Elosie Moxey & family, :
Henrietta Smith & family, The Givens Family of Miami, Florida, family of ;
the Late Lillian Bowe, the Bethel Family, Helen Butler and family, :
Rosette Rolle-Hylton & Family, family of the late Nigel McPhee, Vernon ;

Curtis, Francis Clarke & Family, Jocelyn Strachan & Family, Barbara } 1 : : G M T
Johnson & Family of Freeport, GB, Gloria Johnson & Family of Freeport, : Joycelyn, Carolyn, Lucinda and Naomi Rolle, George Moss, Troy
GB, Patrick and Anthony Ferguson, Gary Ferguson & Family, Godfrey Neymoure, Leroy Weir, Wendal Francis, Ishmael Bain and Ray Saunders;

| Ferguson &Family, Trevor Cox & Family, Charlene Adderely & Family, :
| Audley Kemp & family, Theresa Miller & family, Gabriella Carroll & fam- ;
ily, Dudley Smith Jr. & Family, Marilyn William & Family, Cecile Brown :

& Family, Esther Rolle & Family, Wilton Stuart and family, Emmitt Stuart : “ f 1 : Revs Frankl
& family, Paul Lamm & Family, Christine Wilmott & Family, Shelia Gray ; Community of Rolle Town and Farmers Hill, Exuma, Rev. Franklyn
& Family, Susan Murray & Family, William Thompson & family, Vera Fox : McKenzie, Natasha, Sharanda, Dorothy, Yvonne, the Commonwealth
_& family, Geneva Moore & Family, Eugenia Nixon & family, Basil | Baptist Convention, Zion United Baptist Convention, Good Samaritan
Cumberbatch & family, Monique Hanna and family, Lizze-Ann Taylor & : Family, Masonic Family and the entire Island of Exuma.

allace-Jones & family, Marilyn Stubbs & Family,: ,.. ‘ ; ae eae :
| Glenelle Davis & family, Enith Seymour & Family, Sophie Hanna, Ralph : Viewing will be held in the Halcyon Suite at Restview Memorial Mortuary
Humes, Dion McKenzie, Majestic tour family, NAD family, Attorney :

. General’s Office family, British Colonial Hilton family, Bahamas First fam- :

family, Monique

: ily, Securities Commission family, Bahamas Cancer Society support group,
’ Dr. Eugene Gray, Dr. Cargill, Avocardo Street family, the Church family

of Pilgrim Ministries International and numerous other family and friends.

Viewing will be held in the Perpetual Suite at Restview Memorial
} Mortuary and Crematorium Ltd., Robinson and Soldier Roads, on Friday

| of Avocardo Street, Pinewood Gardens, will
\be held on Saturday, July 31st, 2010 ati
<} 3:00pm at Zion Baptist Church, East and }
Shirley Street. Officiating will be Pastor ;
Hosea Cox, assisted by other ministers of the }
gospel. Interment. will follow in Lakeview }
Memorial Gardens, John F. Kennedy Drive :

from 10:00am to 6:00pm and at the church on Saturday from 1:30pm to’
service time.

we cece cvcsseccesacecsecs Pee eee e reer eee se ESET SESE SHOOTS ESEEOSSOOHOS SH OESEOOOOEOOS

REV. CEPHAS
ROLLE, 91

of Rolle Town Exuma, Bahamas, will be held
on Saturday, July 31st, 2010 at 11:00am at Zion
| Baptist Chureh, East and Shirley Street.
Officiating will be Rev. Franklyn McKenzie
assisted by Rev. T.G. Morrison. Interment will
| follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road.

He is survived by his loving wife: Rovenia
Rolle; children: Maxine Minns, Eula and
Stanley Nixon, Clarice Rolle, Beverly and Anthony Lightbourne, Gaylene
and Bertram Moxey, Olga Rolle, Sharon and Dudley Collie, Dorothy and



Nicole Farrington, Janice Outten, Jeffrey Bullard, Barry, Kasy, Micah and
Chamac Rolle, Shavonne McBride, Shavonne Greer, Kimara and Avery
Rolle, Marissa Newbold, Detone Rolle, Antoinette Miller, .Anthony

great-grandchildren; (2) great, great grandchildren; sisters: Ruth
Hamilton, Leanna Rolle; brother: John Rolle; stepchildren: Indera |
Stubbs, Janis Duncombe, Patrick, Caldwell Taylor, Arnette Neymour,
Stephanie Sears, Shavago and Dereck Rolle, Deon Davis; sisters-in-law:
Leanna Weir, Inez Cartwright, Sandra Moss, Alice Francis, Judy Bain,

stepmother: Nathalie Rolle, aunt: Christine Rolle; numerous nieces,
nephews and relatives including: the descendants of Carnetha, Eddy,
Raymond and Nehemiah Rolle, Cleomi Reiou, Leah Strachan, Jenny and
Jeanimae Rolle, the family of Mt. Caramel Baptist Church, The

and Crematorium Ltd. Robinson and Soldier Roads on Friday from
10:00am to 6:00pm and at church on Saturday from 9:30am to service time.





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FREEPORT NASSAU
11A East Coral Road, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas Robinson and Soldier Roads, eae NP. ‘Bahaiies
P.O. Box F-42312 P.O. Box CB-1
Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471 Telephone: (242) 394-8043 i Gi 394-8047
Pager: (242) 340-8043 Fax: (242) 373-3005 Pager: (242) 340-8043 ¢ Fax: (242) 340-8034

MS. PATRICIA
PARSONS, 53



of #81 Trianna Drive, Freeport,
| Grand Bahama and formerly of
St. Ann, Jamaica will be held on
Saturday, July 31, 2010 at 11:00

a.m. at

Bahama. Officiating will be Dr. Keith A. Russell assist-
ed by other ministers of the gospel. Interment will fol-
low in the Grand Bahama Memorial Park #2,
Frobisher Drive, Freeport, Grand Bahama.

She is survived by her parents: Joel and Casshilda
Parsons, Jamaica; sisters: , Ionie Gillings of West Palm
Beach, Fla., Ann Trimble, Tampa, Fla., Beverly and
Rose Ann Parsons, Jamaica, Sharon Parsons, Cayman
Island,; brothers: Cleveland “Frank” Parsons, Cartlon,
Vincent, Augustus and William all of Jamaica; 15
nieces, 20 nephews, 3 aunts, 4 uncles, sisters-in-law:
Gwen, Jennifer and Christine Parsons, Jamaica and
| Sharmine Parson; brothers-in-law:. Dave Trimble,
‘Tampa, Fla. and Earl Gillings, West Palm Beach, Fla.;
and a host of other relatives and friends including Ms.
- Susan Wallace. :

Viewing will be held. “i the “Serenity Suite” a
Restview Memorial Mortuary and: See
Limited, #11A East Coral Road,: Freeport, Grand
Bahama on Friday from 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m. and on
Saturday at the church from 9:30 a.m. until ‘service
time. es

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PINION a TO

MIRIAM "Mama!
_ DAVIS, 89

"] a resident of Moore's-Island, Abaco, will be
held on Saturday, July, 31, 2010, at 11 am, at |

| St Matthew Baptist Church; Moore's Island, 4

| Abaco. Officiating will be Pastor Geneva
Williams; assisted by. Rev Ishmael® Williams,

| Pastor Nixon Simms, Pastor Preston Knowles
and Pastor Anthony Williams. Interment will .

< follow in Public Cemetery, Mocre' s Island»
Abaco.

Cherish meniories will Linge in the hearts of

her 4 sons, Rudolph & Andrew Davis,

Godfrey & Stevenson Mitchell; 5 daughters,
Maxine Gaitor, Rosebud Greene, Shelia Davis, Issie Mitchell & Sharon
Stuart; special friend, Joseph Mitchell; 1 adopted sister, Monica Rackley; 1
adopted brother, Eddie Reckley; 2. sons- -in-law, Harrison Gaitor and
Norman Stuart; 2 daughters-in-law, Denise and Charlotte Mitchell; 9 nieces,
Rosenell Lightbourne, Jane Davis, Cora Hill, Julia. Kelly & Anicia Davis,
Joann, Charity & Ruby; 6 nephews, Franklyn Hunt, Leon & Michael Davis,
Jimmy, Hughlin & Stencil; 31 grand children, Betty Johnson, Eleanor Davis,
Sharmaine Greene, Francis Davis, Samuel, Christopher & Michael Greene,
Isaiah, Nelson, Duston, Deandrea & Normanique Stuart, Godftey Mitchell
Jr, Brian Fox, Deorna Rolle, Selena, Crystal, Felecia, Miriam, Diedre,
Tyanne & Tamyah Davis, Kenny Mitchell, Lenny, Lamatto, Lendricka &
Frisco Scott, Officer 3451 Lenicka Scott, Bradley: Stuart, Renaldo Roberts,
Carlton Brown; 3 step grand children, Marcel & Anthony Toussaint &
Dayvon; 22 great grand children, Clement Stuart, Anwar, Ancel &
Anadescha Johnson, Melrose Davis, Tevin. McKenzie, Stephen Greene;
Deandre Ferguson, Micheala and Michelle Greene, Breon-& Briantino Fox,
Lennisha Scott, Kennisha Mitchell, Denijah Humes, Emerson Rolle Jr,
Shawnique Lightbourne; Justin Thompson, Dominique Hield, Daisha, Malik
Arthur, Sapphire; 3 great grand children, Christiaie Thompson, Ansel Jr &

-Shavanno Johnson, 1 niece-in-Iaw, Eucyline Hunt;. 2 nephews-in-law,

Llewelfyn Lightbourne & Buster Davis, 3 sisters-in-law, ‘Mella Davis & Doris
Swain & -Leotha Reckley, grand-sons-in-law, Andy Johnson, Tyrone: Davis,
Emerson Rolle Sr; 2 grand daughters-in-law, Charnale Fox & Toni. Stuart;.
godchild, Glacy Greene, and a host of other relatives and friends, Pastor
Geneva Williams & family, Daisy Johnson & family, Rev, Samuel Davis &

_| famify, Rosetta Babbs & family, Sidney, Tyrone, Paulette & Karrin Hunt,
. Frances Jones, Ernestine Swain, Willamae at & family, -Catherine

Wilfiams & family, Sammy Davis Rita Gaitor & family, Philip & Harry Davis,

_Ettamae Swain, Glenda Pennerman & family, Granville Williams & family,

Veronica Stuart & family, Melvina McBride & family, Edris McBride & fam-
ily, Vera Minnis, Emily McBride’ & family, Remilda Cornish & family, Ettie
Feaster &' family, Leonard Scott, Michael Cash, Alice McBride, Tucker, fam-
ilies of St Matthew Baptist Church and the entire community of Moore's
Island, Abaco.

Relatives and friends may pay there jast panels at Riverside Funeral”
Chapel, Market Street & Bimini Avenue on Thursday from 2 pm until 6 pm
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Tribune Features Writer

XTREME Youth
Heeersinmens together with
‘ the New Life Fellowship
Church, is hosting the second
Elevation Alive Gospel Concert to
benefit children of the Ranfurly’
and Elizabeth Estates Homes. :

The first elevation concert proved to be
a success and the venue of the show, the
National Centre for the Performing Arts,
was filled with supporters and gospel
music lovers.

The last concert featured a group of
gospel artists which brought audience
members to their feet when they took to
the stage. : ree

The artists of the benefit concert said
they are bringing that same excitement to
the concert tomorrow night.

They will engage the crowd while
spreading a message of peace, love and
harmony among persons, organisers said.

The benefit concert which takes place
tomorrow night at New Life Fellowship
Church and will feature a mix of talented
gospel musicians like V Mac, Mysta Lynx,
Ryan Jupp, Lyrically Blessed. and Reuben
Hypé. : ;

Music will be provided by the Elevatio
Band and DJ Godson. __

_ Lenielle Michelle will also perform a
mime routine. “



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Youth Entertainment, a network that pro-
motes the advancement of youth gospel
artists in the Bahamas, and will be aired
on the international Christian station
TBN.

V Mac, organiser of the concert,: told
Tribune Religion that the event will be
better than the first concert which took
place on June 24.

“We are promising a more exciting

show than the last one. It will be more.

hype. We have added a number of new
artists to the mix as well and few who took
part in the last will hit the stage," he said.

He said the format of the event is also
different this time. :

“It is not structured like a concert. It is
more like a party and those who come out
to the event will have the opportunity to
be a part of something that will hit the
international airwaves," he said.

Children from the Ranfurly Home and
the Elizabeth Estates Home will be invit-
ed to the show. All of the funds: donated
by concert patrons will be given to the
homes.

Extreme Youth Entertainment TV,

which airs on Cable 12, isin the process of |

signing a contract with the television
music channel Tempo and a few other
gospel stations.

He said the new season of the Extreme
Youth TV will air in September.

“We are taking the show to the Family
Islands to allow those artists who are tal-

The concert will be taped,by Extreme

.







GOSPEL musician V Mac ‘Elevation’ album cover.

ented to get the exposure that they need,” expansion of the music industry.”

he said. Admission for the concert is free. The
_“We are taking Extreme Youth TV to event starts at 7pm at the..New Life

Freeport first. This will allow for the Fellowship Church Centre.



PG 22 ® Thursday, July 29, 2010 RELIGION

BE ae E L BAPTIST C HURCH
CELEBRATES 220 YEARS

WH:

SO OOO’

Bishop Simeon Hall Rey. 1 imothy Stewart —

The historic Bethel Baptist Church will celebrate its 220th Anniversary on Sunday August Ist,
2010 in one combined Serviee-at 10:00am under the theme “A Godly Heritage’ deduced from
Psalm 16:6/saiah 54:17. Our Special Guest speaker for this auspicious occasion ts Bishop
Simeon Hall, Pastor of New Covenant Baptist Church. Some of the Pre-Anniversary activities
included Bethel's Fun/Ran/Walk, a Family Conference, and a ‘scheduled ‘Old Fashion” Fun
Day at Ff. Charlotte this Saturday July 31st, 2010 from {0am — 4pm, where we will fly kites,
jump rope, build box carts, spin tops ete.

‘Pwo Hundred and Twenty years ago, a run away American slave of the Carolina shores by

_ the name of Prince Williams, guided by. the hand of providence, landed on the shores of
Nassau and in 1790 organized and erected Bethel’s Meeting House from which the name
Meeting Street was derived. -

As the oldest continuous Baptist Congregation in the Bahamas and possibly in the Caribbean,
the voice of God and the witness of His church have been trumpeted from this Holy hill
pointing the dispossessed and the downtrodden towards the cross of Christ and His promise
of abundant living.

Our forefathers under the leadership of the Holy Spirit have laid a solid foundation upon
which to build and expand. Persons like Rev. Robert Johnson who ordered the church's first
. Pipe Organ; Rev.-Dr. H. W. Brown who was a social activist, a great orator, and a man
concerned about others whereas “Serving the Whole Man” was born; Rey. Wellington
Johnson who under. his short tenure introduced many administrative changes, and finally,
under the current leadership of Rev. Timothy Stewart, the church hasaindergone extensive
renovations, administrative offices were built, properties acquired, full-time Associate

Ministers were employed, an administrative team was employed and numerous ministries

established. . a

i ae
The church will commit to receiving all that God has promised for his people te become, and
recommit to doing what God has called His Church to do. As a ministry of the Church of Jesus

Christ, we are preparing ourselves to assist in dealing with the difficult challenges that

confront the family, the community, and the country as a whole. These objectives would be»
met through the pastoral care ministry, the preaching of the gospel, the teaching ministry of
the church, evangelism, the youth and children’s ministry of the church, and the necessary —

expansion of the church's facilities to effectively meet the spiritual demands of our times. —<

We are excited by the move of God in-our lives and the vision for service that He has birthed

in us. We will WIN the LOST at any COST!
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND!



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‘Agnes, and Scripture

The Tribune



Never too
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here are churches
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REV. ANGELA
© BOSFIELD

passages about youth- _PALACIOUS

ful witnessing or min-
istry. These should
serve as points of inspiration for the many young people in
our nation, and the adults who often disregard their opin-
ions. Imagine what it would be like for our children and
youth to be as sensitive to the voice of the Lord as Samuel
was. He was sleeping in the temple, where he lived as a
part of the priestly servants of God. :

Perhaps if encouraged our youth to become closer to God by more
active ministry in the church, they too may bring us messages from the
Lord. By listening and obeying God’s voice, Samuel became one of the
greatest prophets and priests of all time. The little boy with the loaves
and fishes did not eat his lunch and merely wish to be a man to
bankroll the feeding of the multitude. He sacrificed what was rightful-
ly his by sharing it with the disciples. He could never have imagined
what the Lord was going to do with his offering. So we would do well
to allow our children to present to God their resources in the form of
ideas and talents, hands to serve, and*hearts to love. Pe

Naaman’s maid could have secretly celebrated that her master had
leprosy and enjoy watching him suffer. Instead, she risked her life by
speaking up to share invaluable information about a cure for him. She
was adamant that the holy man she knew back home would use God’s
power to heal him. -

Are we doing all that we can to motivate our children to quietly
share what they have learnt in church and Sunday School? Do we
allow them to see us gratefully talking about God’s loving-kindness,
Our Lord’s redeeming work on the cross, and the Holy Spirit’s pres-
ence as an ongoing source of wisdom, comfort and strength?

In the story of Jairus’ daughter who was raised from the dead, we
have an example of powerful prayer. Let us pledge to pray daily for
God to:

1. Raise us up to be a godly people

2. Restore our vision of national spiritual greatness
3. Re-kindle the fire of our love for what is right

and pleasing in God’s sight
4. Renew our thirst for tourists to know the gospel by
Our example and honest sharing.

Let us harness the energy of our youth, and put them to work by
engaging them in meaningful ministry. Let us discover their hidden
gifts and talents, and encourage them to build up our country rather
than tear it down. With more love and patience, we can help them to
cope with life’s injustice, to heal from.life’s hurts, and to depend on
God as their all in all.

They are never too young, and we are never too old. There is histo-
ry to be made and blessings to be enjoyed. Let us never forget the
example of the young Christian saints and martyrs, the young leaders

4. -in}the Bible and in the church, and our God-anointed ‘Youth ampur,
-. midst. Pea



The Tribune RELIGION Thursday, July 29, 2010 © PG 23

Lot's of cowhoys,
few shepherds

If you’re familiar with
western / cowboy movies
you would know that when







the cowboys are taking Ey
their cattle from. one state ALLEN oe



to another it’s called “A
Cattle Drive.” Many
dynamics take place in this
process to get: the cattle =
moving: lots of shouting by the cowboys, guns firing into the air, etc;

~ Likewise, if you’ve ever seen movies where herds of sheep are —
involved- the moving process is totally different from that of a cattle
drive. There is no loud shouting or gun firing as the shepherds skillful-
ly and quietly lead the way and based upon the size of the herd; at
times there may be a sheep dog or two to help.

Watch this ! ; ;

Sheep are known to be one of the dumbest animals. -As a result of
man’s fall and due to our sinful nature, here’s how the word of God
describes us.

Isaiah 53:6. All we like sheep have gone astray;.we have turned
every one to his own way; and the LORD hath laid on him the iniqui-
ty of us all.”

King David, due to his relationship with Yahweh had a working /
understanding revelation of the shepherd / sheep concept, here’s what
he said. : ;

Psalms 23: 1. The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want. 2. He
maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still
waters. 3. He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of right-
-eousness for his name's sake: *

A good shepherd is one who lovingly cares and provides for the
sheep that he’s leading to green pastures. This shepherd doesn’t fleece

or abuse the sheep as many of the so-called pastors, shepherds / reli-
gious leaders of today are doing. -

The organised religions of man has filled church leadership with
.cowboys that are driving and mercilessly fleecing the sheepfold, in
Jesus‘ name.

There is not.a year / season that:goes by when a religious group isn’t
having their annual conference, seminar, revival, etc; where the mass
merchandising of products are being sold.

At times the naive sheepfold / congregation (gathering) are com-
pelled / driven to purchase products eg books, cds, tapes, videos, etc;
to help ensure that they’re connected with the religious leaders and
are inline with what God is doing. - .° * ~ :

‘ This cowboy. driving. style church leadership is so prevalent and
methodically carried out in the religious realm; one would come under
“intense fire / backlash to talk about and expose. this practice. Many
religious leaders have and are yet building their empires through |
manipulation / witchcraft, as they skillfully use and twist the word of
God to accomplish their mission; thereby financially abusing and tak-
ing advantage of God‘s sheepfold.

But the day of judgment is at hand; for God is exposing from the
greatest to the least of these well established, religious leaders (cow-
boys / wolves).

Watch this! _ "

NLT: i

Jeramiah 23:1. "I will send disaster upon the leaders of my people-- .
the shepherds of my sheep--for they have destroyed and scattered the
very ones they were expected to care for," says the Lord.

NASB: ;

Jeramiah23:1. "Woe to the shepherds who are destroying and scat-
tering the sheep of My pasture!" declares the LORD.

SEE page 24





PG 24 ® Thursday, July 29, 2010

RELIGION

The Tribune



Maximising your potential

THE United Haitian Association of

The Bahamas is committed to bringing

“the best. out of the young people who live
in the Bahamas, no matter their race ,class
or creed. Youth Conclave 2010 is an
event designed to inspire young people to
do positive things with their talents and to
put God first in their lives.

That is why the theme this year is
“Maximising Your potential.”

It’s the third year that UHAB has host-
éd this special youth event, and the asso-
ciation intends to continue, as so many
young people’s lives have been trans-
formed by the conclaves.

This year’s event will be held from
Wednesday, July 28, 2010 to Friday, July
30. UHAB President Pastor Antoine St.
Louis has planned a power-packed event
during the height of summer to inspire
young people to keep them motivated.
Day session will be held at Victory Chapel
Church on Minnie Street and evening ses-
sion take place at the

Metropolitan Church of the Nazarene
on East Street.



Cowboys

FROM page 23

KJV:

Jeramiah 23:1. Woe be unto the pastors
that destroy and scatter the sheep of my
pasture! saith the LORD.

The Message:

Jeramiah 23:1. “Doom to the shepherd

leaders who butcher and scatter my

sheep!” God’s Decree.

God takes it personally whenever His
people are being abused and mistreated
especially by those who sit in the seat of
authority of them.

One of the greatest responsibilities that a
man can have other than being a husband,
and a father; is that of being called by God
to pastor a congregation. Despite the way-

wardness of a congregation /: sheepfold;:

God anoints the pastor with a gracing to.
lead that congregation to green pastures.

Here’s what Psalms 23: doesn't say:

“2. The sheep maketh the shepherd to lie
down in green pastures: or the sheep lead-
eth the shepherd beside the still waters.

Some religious leaders (pastors, apostles,
bishops, doctors, etc;).are committing crim-
inal acts both spiritually and naturally in
the sight of God. As they're skillfully abus-
ing their congregation / sheepfold. who
facilitate the financial means en-route to’
their green pastures and still waters; 95 per
cent of. the naive congregation remains
struggling to make ends meet.

Have you ever heard twisted religious
sayings such as: “If you want the anointing





that’s upon my life, you’ve got to sow into’
my life” I say, that’s foolishness.

As a child of God you have the right to
inspect the fruit of church leadership to
verify whether you’re being led by a shep-
herd or being driven by a cowboy.

¢ For questions or comments contact us via
Emails: pastormallen@yahoo.com or
kmfci@live.com or Ph.1-242-441-2021
Pastors Matthew & Brendalee Allen
Kingdom Minded Fellowship Center Int’l.



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BBF #736




2007 HONDA CIVIC,

20” chrome.rims, clean title, HID lights,
excellent condition, must see to appreciate,
purchased from Nassau motors, one driver, low
mileage, runs well, immaculate condition,
asking $18,000 ONO 423-0156 / 364-8966







2009 CHEVY AVALANCHE LTX,
black, black leather interior, XM radio, CD
player, AM FM radio, 2 factory DVD screens,
Navigation system, Bluetooth, reverse camera,
heated power seats,
_ Clean title, less than 10K miles,
$42,000 QBO,
424-7237

BBF #747
2004 LIMITED EDITION DODGE DURANGO,
two tune leather, gray with black trim down the
middle, sunroof, 3rd row seat, power everything,
just came in, real cen aenehs asking $15,000
ph# 395-0749 / 395-0748

BBF #748
1995 TOYOTA WINDOM,
great condition, sunroof,
asking $3,750 ONO
’ ph# 393-3366

BBF #752

: 2002 BUICK CENTRY, |
4 door, brown, AC, CD player and tape dock,
fully loaded, asking $5,300 ONO,

Also 2003 Kia Sedona van, AC, CD player,
ten(10) seater, clean, asking $6,200 ONO,
phi 242-324-7266 / 242-424-5354



’ |BBF #756

1995 NISSAN MAXIMA, ,
leather interior, CD, 20” rims, too much to list,
ph# 502-9025 / 455-6283 / 436-8775

BBF #759
1997 TOYOTA RAM,
Remote CD player, AC, must see to appreciate,
shipped in from Japan last year,
asking $4200 OBO,
ph# 428-6903 / 356-2727

BBF #760
2009 NISSAN SENTRA,
10,000 miles, black exterior, tan interior,
11” black rims, clean title, asking $15,000 ONO,
ph# 426-1273

1995 HONDA SABER,
good running condition, AC, Sunroof,
asking $4,000 ONO,
ph# 392-7934 / 565-4613

1994 HONDA ACCORD,

AC, leather interior, sunroof, CD player, power
windows, excellent running condition, asking
$4,000 ONO,
phi# 465-5063



BBF #775
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 $7,000 negotiable price,
ph# 393-0482 (9am-5pm) / 433-5663

2007 F-150,
rey, V-6, CLEAN TITLE, 23,000 miles,
, AC, satellite radio, 20” rims, asking
$24,000 ONO, -
ph# 565-9950 / 427-2125

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BBF #809
2004 NISSAN MAXIMA,
leather interior, CD changer, fully loaded,
call for price, Also 1999 Honda civic, CD player,
power-windows, AC, 73,000 miles,
asking $6,000 ONO, pH# 552-9889

2004 Chrysler 300M,
leather seats, sunroof, standard or automatic
shift, AC, 6 Disc changer, just in from US, just
serviced, asking $9,000 ONO,
ph# 448-7490 / 434-3194

BBF #818

2009 Honda Accord,

V6, Fully loaded, sunroof, leather, power, 6 disc
changer, 22” chrome rims, clean title,
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2002 FORD FOCUS 5
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player, 18” low profile rims and original factory
rims, custom rear view lights, body kit,
asking $5,000, ph# 565-8799 / 426-4398

1996 HONDA ACCORD,

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leaving the island, must see to appreciate,
absolute Bargain at $2,990,
phi# 676-2769

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black interior, CD and tape player, good
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ph# 456-0644 / 431-0806

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blue exterior, 18” alloy rims, CD player, sunroof,
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power windows, seats, door, trunk, sunroof,
black leather interior, mahogany wood all
through, remote start, and pioneer sound
ystem, AC, Alarm, in excellent condition, asking}
$8,500 price negotiable, S
ph# 465-4245 / 361-5253 .

IBBF #851

2000 Chevy $10,
5 speed, 4 cylinder, good work truck, asking
$2,900,
ph# 433-8861 / 552-0339

BBF #853
2007 HONDA ACCORD,
Fully loaded, AC, 22” rims, CD player, excellent
condition, asking $15,500 ONO,
serious inquiries only,
ph# 544-1038 / 468-2966

2004 DODGE DURANGO,
blue with grey interior, fully loaded, 6 CD in
dash, CD player, sunroof, factory DVD player,
8rd row seating, asking $14,500 ONO,
ph# 466-8036

BBF #854 BBF #864
2003 GMC SIERRA,

dark grey exterior, tan leather interior, 22”
chrome rims and steps, customize head lights,
our door X’Cab, flow master, AC and CD player,

Bank loan on hand, car fax value $16,000,

asking $13,000,
ph#393-5649

2004 HONDA CIVIC,
clean in and out, HID lights, asking $9,500,
ph# 357-3571



THE TRIBUNE

BBF #868
2001 FORD E150,
to go, AC, must see to appreciate,
good condition, asking $7,000, ph# 432-6341

FOR SALE: 1998 ACURA 3.0CL,
Ac,Leather,Sun Roof, Good Condition,
asking $3000,

Ph# 556-6160

BBF #873
1996 ACCORD 2.7L V6,
Leather int. sunroof, 4dr, 17" rims tan int and
ext. cold air intake, grounding kit,
$2800 O.N.O.,
ph# 4256978 / 3612473

BBF #874 : :
1998 CADILLAC DEVILLE,
pearl, good condition, leather interior, power
everything, DVD screen, clean,
asking $3,000 ONO, ph# 434-0758
1 month tribune issue 79 090

BBF #875
2008 CHEVY AVALANCHE LT,
clean title, excellent condition, 33,000 miles,
black with black leather seats, satellite, on star:
and navigation system, sunroof, built in DVD
player with flip down screen, .
asking $28,000 OBO, serious inquiries only,
676-3106



BBF #876 Pa
2000 MITSUBISHI MONTERO SPORT,
Factory Alarm System, CD and DVD player, AC,
power windows and locks and mirrors,
limited edition, leather interior, fold down seats,
sunroof, 3.0 engine size, asking $4,000,
PH# 454-9150 / 323-5750

BBF #877
2005 NISSAN ALTIMA,
just in from US, brand new head lights, low
mileage, full tank of gas, good condition,
asking $9,500 ONO,
ph# 422-0277

BBF #878
1998 FORD EXPLORER,
excellent condition, CD player, AC, power
windows, good condition, serious inquiries only,
asking $3,000, ph# 448-7521







BBF #879
1995 TOYOTA WYNDOM,
green, runs and drives, asking $1,375,
ph# 423-4512

2004 KIA SORENTO SUV,

Engine: V6, Automatic, 4 wheel drive, recently
serviced, 5/2010, perfect condition, very well
looked after, excellent fuel, economy &
Reliability, AC, radio, 12 disc CD changer,
licensed until May 2011, asking $12,500,
ph# 423-4512

BBF# 872 i
2001 CADILLAC DEVILLE,
DVD player, HID Read lights, sound system,
bet offer wins, ph# 423-2812

RB #297 ;
2003 INFINITI G-35X
Silver exterior with tan leather interior
$11,800,00 obo
20” rims & alarm, 6 speed, very fast
Call 456-2952

RIB #100
2000 SUZUKI BALENO
Platinum gold exterior, grey interior.
$4,500.00 ono

4 door vehicle, 4 cylinder, very good on gas 16’

rims & tires
cell 434-8871

RIB #107
: 2000 NISSAN BLUEBIRD
just in from Japan. Car in great condition,
asking only $5,500.
Call 361-3136 or 434-4517.

2002 CHEVY SILVERADO
Dark green exterior with grey interior
$9,000.00 obo
Cell 565-6428



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2005 NISSAN ALTIMA SL.
3.5V6, tan with beige leather interior, sunroof,
wood interior, 22inch wheels, good condition
: $11,000. :
call 3624361

2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
Silver exterior, with grey interior.
$8,500.00 ono
Call 393-6961 cell 456-2775



1999 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX GT
Red exterior with black interior
$4,500.00 ono
4 door, leather interior, v6, cd player, ac, nice
paint job and licensed until

" March 2011
Call 426-9568 or 636-6919




1997 FORD L-8000
White exterior. Heavy duty, 24 ft flatbed.
Very good condition.
$13,900.00
Call 361-6338 cell 376-2355

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2008 FORD FUSION
Silver exterior with grey cloth interior.
$20,000.00 °
Fully loaded on 20” rims 6,000 miles, 5 spee
manual, 6 disc in dash CD changer.
In perfect condition
Call 427-2125 or 565-9950





RIB #206
2007 NISSAN MAXIMA
Leather interior, clean title. $8,000.00

2006 FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRAC
Black exterior, CD player. A1 condition
$6,700.00
Financing assistance.

Cell 425-8116

1996 EVOLUTION LANCER
B 3 stage, 6
clutchs boast
control turbo
timer
ajc controls,
runs, needs
crank shaft
Asking$3,000.00
Call Doyle at
&@) 341-3133 or 395-






RIB #218/635 .

2005 FORD ECO SPORT SUV,
Grey/silver exterior, stick shift, 4 cylinder, 2.01
4 cylinder, AC, CD w/mp3,
power everything, tough & reliable.
$6,900.00 ono
Call 467-1767












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2002 ESCALADE
Grey with grey interior, clean title, 23” rims,-
sound system, DVD leather interior, sunroof,
fully loaded. Asking $22,000.00 ono
25FT TIARA BOAT
250 yama sleep in cabin very nice, doing 50
knots. $20,000 with trailer

552-5111








2005 F150 FORD
Champagne exterior with black leather interior,
$21,000.00 :
4 door, AC, CD player, sound system,
4 wheel drive, 4x4. Must see to appreciate. -
Call 425-2468 or 361-8344



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TRIB #282
2002 DODGE NEON
AIC

2006 KIA OPIRUS
Pearl exterior with pearl interior. Fully loaded,
luxury edition, Ac, cold as ice, indash dvd AM/FM radio with Cd player
screen, half suede half-leather interior, 12 piece $2,500.00 iss
ahora set, sitting on 22” rims, 22,000 miles 322-7405
ust like new. $16,666.00, 455-4083

RIB #268 ;

1998 HONDA CIVIC

White exterior with grey interior
i 00 !

tints, AC, CD. License until Feb 2011
Call 356-7942 or 565-0479

2002 MAXIMA SE
5 speed indash DVD player, sunroof, leather.
HID lights $5,800.00
cell 426-8207 or 326-0464s

RIB #285 3
2000 HONDA ACCORD -
} Champagne exterior with tan interior
5 speed manual, 4 new tires, CD player, Ac ice
cold, very good condition,HID lights
; Serious inquiries only
$7,000.00
Cal 395-2670

3
2000 NISSAN MAXIMA
Forest green exterior. $6,500.00
Just arrived from the US. Ac, low mileage.
Good condition, fully loaded.
Call 392-1980 or 456-1453

RIB #274-A :
1997 HONDA ACCORD WAGON
$1500 (need engine)
Call — 326-0332 or 422-0122.

RIB: #292
: 2007 HONDA ACCORD,
Fully loaded, very clean. $7,000.00
2006 DODGE RAM,
4 door, DVD player, $7,800.00
Financing available 0% down
Cell 425-8116

RIB #275
2002 CADILLAC ESCALADE
Black exteror with beige interior IB #350
$22,000.0 ono . 1983 INTERNATIONAL -
26” star rims, 3rd row seats, custom grill Licensed and insured, ready to work now

$18,000.00
power everything. Or two dumptruck for $25,000.0
Call 361-3597 cell 426-6686 | :

Cell 466-7698 -—



RIB #352 j
: 1998 HONDA PRELUDE
Silver exterior,black interior, auto tiptronic shift,
H22 vtec engine, low miles, cold Ac, very clean
Also 96 PRELUDE
5 speed H22 vtec engine equally clean with
all options. Sacrafice for $4,800

376-9126

RIB #353 ;
2001 HONDA CIVIC
Plum exterior with beige interior
$8,000.00
Excellent condition, alarm, power everything.
Serious inquiries only.
Cell 436-3787 or 636-1602

RIB #358 : .

1997 HONDA SMX

Silver exterior with black leather seats, 3 door

coupe, CD player, AC, leather interior,
clean inside and out. $5,000.00 ono

Cell 676-3387 or 468-2440 or 535-1716



2002 ISUZU RODEO
Black exterior. Fully Loaded with all options. cD
changer leather interior cold ac. and sunroof.
Priced for a quick sale. @ $8,500.00
phone 434-6184

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2002 FORD RANGER - EDGE
White, single cab,. grey. interior
CD player, A/C $9,000.00
Phone 393 5412



HE TRIBUNE

R
. 2005 GMC ENVOY
Runs great, fully loaded, 6 CD changer, leather
interior. Was hit on driver side in 2008
but repaired. Call 341-3546. Only persons with
cash in hand and serious enquiries call.
Make offer over. $8500.00 :

381
2006 FORD EXPEDITION LIMITED
Black exterior. Tan leather interior
2nd row bucket seats, 3rd row seating
Mileage - 42,000. Asking $31, 500:00_
Showing by appointment
Serious offers only
Contact: Thea Glinton
Phone: 242-327-3540
Email: Theaglinton@ hotmail.com



TRIB #407

2003 INFINITI G35
Black exterior, full tan leather interior
Asking 13,000.00 ono
Call 341-1265 or 431-5007.

RIB #408 s

FOR SALE

1999 BLUE FORD EXPEDITION
$5000 OR BEST OFFER
CONTACT 361-2120

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2 2002 HONDA CIVIC
. 4door, automatic, RHD, gold exterior,
grey/leather interior, AC,power everything,

12 disc CD player, tinted rims, keyless entry,
alarm, NMC maintained. excellent condition,

sparkling clean, 100000kms.

sking $6900.00. 465-2169

please leave message.







1994 CHEVY ASTRO VAN
Blue exterior with blue & grey interior. $2800.00
ono
Running in good condition.
Serious back for load.
Cell 467-2269

1994 TOYOTA STARLET GT TURBO
Black exterior, dark grey interior. 5 speed, cold
AC, custom wheels, power everything, own a

turbo charged car for cheap. $2800.00 ono
2002 DODGE RAM PICK-UP
5 speed, 5.2I, clean, low miles.
$11,500,ono. 376-9126

2000 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
Grey exterior with grey interior, AC, alarm, CD,
P.W, P.L. As is. $4,500.00
Call 422-2255.

RIB #438
1998 NISSAN MAXIMA GLE

Exterior dark green, interior leather, fully loaded,

large sun roof
New rearhubs, starter & battery!
Licence until May 2011
. $4’500 ono
Call 466 51 21
. (to be-sold as of August 14)

RIB #439 °
2003 HONDA INSPIRE
Black exterior with grey interior Just in, loaded
: with T.V. $9,800.00
Also 2001 HONDA INSPIRE. $7,500.00
loaded with TV. For other vehicles
Call 341-2096 cell 427-3505

RIB #451 E
2005 CHEVY COLORADO
4 cylinder $9,500.00

2002 DODGE STRATUS
4 cylinder. $4,500.00
Call 525-6268

1997 CHRYSLER SEBRING LX
Red Coupe Sunroof
Power everything, Engine knock
No reasonable offer refused
$750 w/ Cd player
456-6496/ 362-2724

RIB #455 :
1999 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior with silver/leather interior
Limited Edition, 3.0 v6-v tech with distributor,
Pioneer CD player, AC, automatic everything
with sunroof. Asking $6,500.00 ono
Call 394-1009 or 434-2523

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2006 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO LTZ
Silver exterior, black interior, 2 door, fully
loaded, sunroof, leather seats, dvd player,
excellent condition, low mileage.
$8,500 O.N.O
Phone 393-1405,
436-7407 or 557-8273

TRIB #459

1996 HONDA INSPIRE
Black exterior with grey interior
$4,500.00 ono
Great condition, CD player, alarm, low
mileage, runs smooth
Call 362-2165 cell 357-8183

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2009 HONDA ACCORD
Just in! conprehensive insurance ready, like
brand new, maroone exterior/tan interior, 4 door,
4 cylinder, automatic, very low miles, loaded.
asking $28,000 ono
Must see to appreciate.
Phone 466-2059,636-9945,432-3378

2004 HONDA CRV
Excellent condition, AC, powerwindows, auto
lock, alarm, 6 disc CD changer. Just serviced @
Nassau Motors. 94,000 miles
$15,000.00 ono
Cell 455-3175

Christmas in July!
1999 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
Gold exterior with black interior.

Must sell! two door, tinted windows, cool AC,
starts and’runs. needs rebuilt or new
transmission. Great for parts or fix up! $2,000.00
Call 328-3528, 436-3415

2001 FORD EXPLORER
Tan black interior
$5,500.00
One owner, good condition, AC, cassette, CD,
power windows, etc. :
Cell 557-5657

RIB #464
2004 CHEVY SILVERADO 3500 DIESEL
Dark grey exterior with grey interior
Call 425-5938

THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 7

RIB #467.

2001 HONDA CIVIC
Purple exterior, tan interior, AC, CD player,
$4000.00 obo *
Phone: 324-1901 or 431-9814 or 454-9345

RIB #468 j
2000 MITSUBISHI MONTERO
White exterior with grey interior
$5,000.00
Call 323-2782

40 ANNIVERSARY
2004 FORD MUSTANG
Silver exterior with cloth(grey)interior
music system, alarm, keyless entry, cold Ac.
Recently serviced. Owner going off to school.
$10,500.00 ono
Cell 424-6219

JUSTIN |
1998 HONDA CRV SPORT
White exterior with:grey interior
loaded wth TV .$7,800.00

1999 TOYOTA WINDOM
$6000.00
Other vehicles available.
Call 341-2096 or 427-3505

1995 HONDA INSPIRE |
Silver exterior.Right hand drive,very good
condition, 16,600 miles, driven for 2 yers, power
locks & windows, pioneer CD player, ice cold
AC. Asking $2,800.00.
No reasonable offer refuse.
Call 426-8914







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RIB #477 :
‘2001 NISSAN ALTIMA
Gold exterior with tan interior, AC cold, CD
player, power everything, Just in from US
Must see to appreciate. ,

$5,800.00
Cell 436-4251 or'434-2751 or 326-2622

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1999 DODGE DOKOTA
Cherry red exterior with grey & black interior
‘$6,500.00
AC, CD player, v8 engine very fast, must see to
appreciate. Just n from US.
Cell 436-4251 or 434-2751 or 326-2622

2004 FORD RANGER
White exterior with black interior.
$7,000.00 obo. AC cold, 4 cylinder.
Just in from US. Must see to appreciate.
1997 HONDA ACCORD COUPE
Black, s/shift .$4,500 00
Cell 436-4251 or 434-2751 or 326-2622

B #480
1996 ACURA T.L
Green exterior with tan interor
: $4,800.00
Just in fromUS. Sunroof, power lock, windows,
leather, AC cold. Must see to appreciate.
.Cell 436-4251 or 434-2751 or 326-2622

81: ; :
1999 FORD ESCORT
Black exterior with grey interior. $3,000.00 ono
Keyless entry, power windows, AC, alarm,
55,000 miles, a'\good economical buy.
Call 364-6914 cell 357-3423

B #4

84 :
2008 HONDA ACCORD
Rose red exterior, with tan/cloth interior, 4 door,
under 9k miles, one owner. Bank financing
available, cash price neg $26,000.00
Car appiaced for $33,000.0
: el” 556-1059

RIB #485 :
2000 HONDA ACURA TL
Gold exterior with tan/leather interior
Very clean in and out and runs perfect. AC, bose
stereo system and CD changer. $5,500.00
Call 361-0052 or 535-6769

RIB #487 :
1998 CHEVY CAMARO
Grey exterior grey interior $2300.00
Standard shift, 17" rims and music
Doube tail pipe.
Call 341-3809 or 558-7455 or 434-5102 -

RIB #495
2004 GMC ENVOY XL z
Grey, fully loaded, third row seats, 6 CD
changer, 80,000 miles. Must see.
$17,500.00 ono
: ; 2003 FORD ESCAPE
Blue exterior, 6 CD changer. $9,500.00 ono,

‘low miles.
361-8077,434-2954 or 525-4181

TRIB #496 _

2006 MERCURY MONTAINEER
Off white exterior with/leather interior,. top of the
line in this class. The jeep is in very good
condition (new) good title
Price $16,000.00 to view.
Call 326-3001 or 424-0636

498
1998 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
Red exterior with dark grey interior.
Car running good. AC, CD player, solid.
Ready to 2 4 door automatic. $2,800.00
erious inquiries only. °
Call 454-3859 or 341-8109



RIB #502 ‘

2001 FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRAC
Green exterior, Power everything, MP3 and MP4
player, recently service, Vehicle running
excellent. Owner leaving island.

Asking $12, 000 negotiable
Call 392-3106 or 376-9954

i $13,500.00 ono
' 30K miles, fully loaded, one owner,
NISSAN TEANA 05,
40K miles, fully loaded, one owner.
$15,500.00 ono .
Call 327-4107 or 424-7585

2001 FORD FOCUS,
CD player, AC, power windows, clean in and
out, asking $2500 ONO, t
ph# 357-7881 or 361-1473

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CS .

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 }

THE TRIBUNE

RIB #600
-2001 FORD SPORTS TRAC
FOR SALE.
$7,500.00 obo. Good condition, CD player,
air condition
Call 557-1358 or 322-6950

RIB #601 5
2005 TOYOTA YARIS FOR SALE |
steel grey exterior, grey/blue cloth interior.
50,00 original miles on the motor, 4 cylinders
(great on gas), four doors, huge trunk, AC &
radio. Brand new tires, battery; new water pump
and 4 coil pack.
maintenance records are up to date. $7,500.
428-5252.

2006 FORTE LARRIAT
$26,000.00 ono
Fully loaded, AC, power everything.
Phone 325-7824 5

1998 LEXUS GS300
Excellent condition, 50,000 miles.
Silver exterior, grey leather interior.
Asking $13,500.00.ono
Cell 557-3504 or home:364-7276

- 2001 HONDA ACCORD |. }
Grey exterior with grey interior. $7,000.00 obo
Clean in and out, pioneer CD, DVD player,
~ .- 20” chrome rims. ;
Call 361-6518 or 552-0081 :





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2001 IZUSI CARGO VAN 16FT
AC, automatic, V8 engine, low miles
Ready for work.
$8,900.00 ono
Call 362-6040 or 426-5181

2007 DODGE DURANGO
excellent condition, silver exterior and grey
interior, only 26'000 miles
AC, CD-player, $ 25'000 ono,

' cell 429-7577, 324-6704

2002 NISSAN MAXIMA .
Navy blue exterior with grey interior. $7,000.00
-Fully- loaded, Ac, sunroof, power locks, HD
headlights. Comprehensive coverage and
banking assistance available if needed.
Also just recently service.
Call 362-2529 cell 425-0261

RIB #629 :
1997 CHEVY JIMMY
Black exterior with black interior
$2,000.00 with alarm.
Cell 436-0402

RIB #632
2002 DODGE DURANGO
Running, Good Condition, serviced on time,
owner leaving island.
$2,950.00 ONO
376-6121

2000 HONDA CIVIC
Black exterior with grey interior
. $3,200.00 oho
Runs & drives well with minor body repairs.
Call 364-1415 or 466-4343

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1998.:CHAMPAGNE HONDA ACCORD
‘ (Highlighted)

Excellent running condition, AC, CD player
4 door, automatic, clean interior,
Asking price $4,500 or best offer

Phone: 341-1714, 466-8205, 432-7164
! serious inquiries only.
‘. (Please leave a message)

2004 HYUNDAI ACCENT
Grey exterior, 2 door.
Asking $8,000.00
Just in from US, Must go! hot hot hot
Fully loaded, ac, 34,000 miles, clean. Make offer|
Call 535-5668

RIB #661
2005 AUDI A4 CONVERTIBLE
Red exterior with black interior
$25,000.00 ;
Call 397-5050

2006 MERCEDES E350
Black exterior with back interior
$45,000.00
Call 397-5050

TRIB #659

THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 9

RIB #611
1998 HONDA INSPIRE
White exteror with grey interior.
$4,800.00 obo
In very good condition, one owner, lady driven,
AC, CD player, recently service. License untill
‘ November.
1996 DODGE CARAVAN
Good condition. $2,800.00 obo
Call 544-1295

RIB #614
2003 HONDA CIVIC EX
Tan exterior, power, sunroof, AC, CD player,
AM/FM radio
Price $7,000.00 :
Cantact 225-4157 or.468-6054 or
1242-470-3940

RIB #628

EXPAT SELLING,
1995 TOYOTA WINDOM,
4 door.green ©
asking $3,000 O.N.O.
Must sell. Call 393-1919

2007 FORD F-150
White exterior, grey interior, clean title,
automatic, fully loaded alarm,
Must go. $18,000.00 obo
Phone: 361-5467, 477-3125, 535-9335

2000 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
White exterior with tab interior
$5,000.00 ono
Very clean. Must see
Call 394-4187 or 565-0944

RIB #618. ‘
Clean Title "2005 Dodge Ram
1500 Quad Cab (Laramie)

DVD PLAYER* beautiful Silver Ext with Blk
Leather Int. coldest A/C * RUNS EXCELLENT *
$19,895.00
CALL 324-0665 $19,895.00 O.B.O
(licensed, inspected & insured)

RIB #619
1998 MITSUBISHI
Silver exterior, blue interior, 4 door.
$5,550.00 obo
CD player, low mileage, alloy wheels.
Clean interior & exterior
1997 HONDA CRV,
CD player, low mileage good conditpn
Just arrived. $7,500.00 obo
Call 376-7049, 394-0415

2006 TOYOTA COROLLA
Champagne ext, grey int. Like new,
p/w, CD/radio, tinted windows, run good, '
eax ‘on gas, financing available for
Government, hotel and corporation workers.
Price for quick sale. $8,500.

Phone 558-7723.

2002 MERCEDES SL500 CONVERTIBLE
"White exterior with black inmterior
$45,000.00
Call 397-5050 ©

1994 INFINITY Q30
Burgundy exterior with cream leather interior
4 door, sunroof, factory tint, power windows,
power locks, cold Ac.
Price $1,800.00 ono
Call 525-5757 or 422-1992







2006 HYUNDIA SONATA
Clean title, low mileage,
good condition, recently serviced.
$13,000.00 ono
Phone: 341-4269 or 376-9686

RIB #675
200 FORD FOCUS
_Silver exterior with grey interior, 4 door.
$3,500.00 ono
AC, power windows.
Cell 455-3024

RIB #660 .
MERCEDES BENZ E320
Red exterior with tan snd brown interior
Call 565-9515

RIB #676
1999 NIASSAN MAXIMA
Silver exterior, black interior, runs great, a/c, cd,
leather interior, sunroof, clean.
Serious inquiries only.
$4,900.
Phone: 364-0639 or 449-6254

RIB #678
2003 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR
‘ Burgundy. exterior with tan/leather interior
$16,500.00
24” rims, 4 DVD screens, 86k eage, hydralic
suspension, clean service history & friendly
motors- Recession price @ 16,500.00
Call 434-2044,434-2044

2004 LINCOLN LS SEDAN
Black exterior, black leather interior,
power window, seats, sunroof, 6 disc changer,
a/c, low miles, no reasonable offer refused.
$8,500 o.b.0o.
Phone 426-4426 or 455-2026

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2005 DODGE MAGNUM
Alabaster white exterior. $17,275.00
Clean title, low miles, DVD navigation, powerful
engine, folging rear 3rd row seats.
Comprehensive insurance 1 year.
Ph: 376-6063,427-0292

1994 HONDA ACORD
Custom black exterior, grey interior,
fully customized, 18 inch rims, cold a/c,
custom head & tail lights, sound system, hid
lights, performance intake and muffler, new paint
job. $5,000 - $4,500 without rims.
376-7640

2004 DODGE NEON - BLACK
4-DR Automatic with grey interior. Great GAS
Saver, In Good Condition, Low miles, runs and
drives great! COLD A/C. Priced at $3,800 FOR
A QUICK SALE. Tel: 432-5148, 544-9215 OR
323-5196

TRIB #685

2004 SATURN L300 - WHITE
4-DR Automatic with grey interior. Great GAS
Saver, Fully loaded, power windows, Excellent
Condition, Low miles, runs and drives great!
COLD A/C, CD PLAYER system.
Priced at $4,000 O.N.O.
Tel: 432-5148, 544-9215 or 323-5196



RIB #6

2001 FORD F-250
Burnt orange exterior, brown interior, super duty,
4 door crew cab, automatic, v8 engine, extra
long bed, trailor hitch, low miles, a/c, power
windows, great work truck. $9,500 obo
Phone: 426-4426 or 455-2026

RIB #695

2007 HONDA ACCORD
Tan leather interior, grey exterior, 4 door, great
running condition, v6 engine, sunroof, fully
loaded wood greene, heated seats, automatic
everything. $16,000.00 obo
Phone: 436-5379 or 454-6303



2007 JEEP CHEROKEE LAREDO
Black exterior, grey interior, 48k miles,
clean title, auto in excellent condition, must see
to appreciate. $21,500 ono
Contact: 468-8009

2002 NISSAN MAXIMA
Tan exterior. tan/leather & suede interior, clean
title, C/D, A/C owner leaving island $6,500.00
2002 CHEVY TAHOE,
leather, 3 tv’s

Call anytime
324-0961 or 422-5113/424-4273



: 1980 MACK R
White and grey. $10,000.00 obo
Owner leaving Island. Truck ready to work
strong gear box. Only serius inquiries.
Call 341-6201 or 535-5450



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RIB #668
2000 DODGE INTREPID ES
Grey exterior with black/leather interior
$5,500.00 ono. é
Fully loaded, p/w, p/s, cruise control, sunroof
One owner, regularly serviced.
Cell 465-2347

/ 1999 FORD EXPLORER XLS
White exterior, grey (cloth w/leather) interior,
one owner, clean title, runs excellent and kept in
excellent condition, serviced ontime, under ;
62,000 miles, cd player and cold a/c. $6,800.00.
Phone 456-3542 or 426-2089

S
RIB #687
1992 NISSAN 300ZX
Gold exterior with black leather interior sports
$4,500.00. “all °°2-2395 cell 525-6141

1999 Ford Explorer
Low mileage and great condition.
Limited edition Eddie Bauer upholstery.
$8,500. Owner leaving Island
Call 242-556-5602

CAR FOR SALE
1999 VW BEETLE
Needs valve job or possible used engine.
Mechanic special. ;
$1,200.00 and its yours. Call Mr. Carroll
Tel: 322.2305 or 424.5801



THE TRIBUNE

- 20002 CHRYSLER CIRRUS
‘Silver exterior, black leather interior, cold a/c,
licensed to June 2011.
Sold as is $1,500 O.B.O
Tel: 425-0002 or 436-5054




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Purchase now for hack to school students I #8

_ Ph: 393-2000 |

THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 11

2002 PONTIAC (SUNFIRE)

New tyres, excellent

Â¥condition, smooth running &

ice cold Ac. Must see to
appreciate.
$3,000.00

Call 324-080 4 or 432-3755

SSS AAAS

2008 CLUB CAR 4 PASSENGER GOL!
CARTS LIKE NEW
INCLUDES NEW ; BODIES, TOP,
LIGHT PKG., BATT. INDICATOR,
TIRES, SEATS
SALE PRICE $5995
NEW 2010 2 PASSENGER CARTS
STARTING @ $7400 W/OPTIONS _
INCLUDED
394-4823/FAMILY ISL.

TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.

RIB #689

1965 FORD THUNDERBIRD
Beige exterior with black.leather-interior
$20,000.00 neg
Convertible, engine 390 power windows,

good condition, C6 transmission.
Antique collector's car. Call 341-4507



1997 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
White exterior, cream colored interior,
2 door coupe, $2,200.00 O.B.O.:
Phone: 341-4174 or 455-0223

2004. CADILLAC CTS

‘ Brown exterior beige
interior,

Good Condition, Clean
Title; leather interior
Asking 12,000 OBO

Ph# 357-3095 -



IB #692 -. Ae
1997 NISSAN CEFIRO
Black exterior wirh grey/black interior.
$3,200.00
Good condition. Must go. Owner leaving Island.
Call 361-3667 or 456-2808 .- eo

CAR FOR SALE
2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
2 Door Black Ext & Int. Sport GT Rims
Perfect condition, low miles. $6,000
Telephone: 361-5177 & —
361-5220 ext 239 or 241

RIB #693
1973 CATTERPILLAR D8H WITH RIPPER

Yellow exterior, yellow interior, dozer, °
$40,000.00 obo
Ph: 468-4536 or 431-3016







BBF#875








1997 Mazda RX-7,
automatic start,

asking $6,000, willing to trade,

ph# 425-7663 / 392-5935

BBF #878
1994 HONDA ASCOT,
CD player,
asking $2,500 ONO,
phi# 434-9466 / 225-4119

1994 36FT AVANTI BOAT,
Twin 275 Mercury Verado’s, trailer included, 300
gallon tank, all instruments,
Asking $50,000 OBO phi# 535-5662

S

.|BBF #867
2001 YAMAHA WAVERUNNER 1200,
85 hours, asking $4,500 with trailer,
ph# 557-9139

200HP YAMAHA
premix models very low hours 08/09 standard
: and counter rotatation
will seperate the pair 11k or 5500/6500 each ph.
364-6208

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BBF #881.
1999 ISUZI NPR DIESEL BOX TRUCK AUTO| |[BBF #880
WITH REEFER COOLER AND LIFT TAIL GATE

LIENCE READY TO WORK asking $20,000
ONO, ALSO 1995 ISUZI NPR BOX TRUCK
asking $10,000,

TEL 397-1464 OR CELL 457-2298.

2003 Honda Accord Coupe,
A/C, Sunroof, 4 Cylinder, EXCELLENT
condition, 6 disc CD Changer,
asking $9,500 ONO
ph# 455-2475

1981 34' MAINSHIP MK1 200HP PERKINS
with an onan genset recent haul out new bottom
paint and thru hull fittings, galley, full head, v-
berth, salon equipped with dual steering stations
needs misc. cosmetics and electronics for only
18,000.00 call 364-6208

1979 2 TWIN FORD LEHMAN DIESEL 43 FT,
new electronics, (radar,GPS,depth finder) power
inverter, 6KW Onan generator, AC unit, water
heater, etc, interior all mahogany and teak,
forward cabin and aft maser bedroom,
$64,0000.

Phone: 362-4628 or 424-2344

31 Contender “Tournament” edition 2008.
Twin Yamaha 250 hp 4 strokes. Loaded with
options. Garmin GPS/RADAR/Bottom Sounder.
VHF, SAT Stereo. Extra wide T-top, leaning
post, 3 livewells, rear bench seat.

Great blue water boat;

Asking $120,000.00 trades considered. 393-
0262.








1997 HONDA ACCORD,
2-door, red,
asking $1,700 price negotiable,
ph# 361-3912 / 242-471-1977 / 465-0114




1999 Honda Accord,
Pioneer, CD player, AC, Alarm, new pioneer
door and back speakers, excellent on gas,
recently serviced,
asking $5,500 OBO,
ph# 558-8351

RIB #189
HURRICANE SPECIAL!!
Don't get caught with your boat in the water this
hurricane season
37’- 40’ continental trailer: triple axle, float- on
crank winch. Serious inquiries only.
$5,300.00 price reduce for quick sale.
525-9131, 393-2516

8
Hatteras 45' 1973, DUTY PAID,
$50,000 as is, needs generator and forward
clutch on one engine..In Treasure Cay, Abaco.

Contact hatteras4sale @ att.net,
561-228-1424 or 242-365-8057.

SSS

2008 SEADOO 150 SPEEDSTER 15FT
215 HP Rotax Engine Supercharged
With Trailer. Beverege Cooler,
Storage space, Pull-up Ski Pylon,
Nice Sound System, 90 Hours Only
Like New, Great Boat Great Deal
Asking 16.800,00
Call: 302-6366 or 376-1914



BBF #879























2004 Honda Accord,

fully loaded, excellent condition, asking $9,000

ONO, serious inquiries only,
owner leaving the island,
ph# 326-5267 / 556-6499

“TURN KEY READY TO FLY"
A cessna plane (172) p-model
In annual
Price @ $38,000.00
Contact: 465-7618





RIB #451

12FT CATAMARAN
25 horsepower Mercury
Needs minor engine work
Seats 2, 5 gal gas tank
Comes w/ trailer. New paint
$2750.00 ono
456 6496 / 362 2724













Twin Engine
Control Box - $400
Yamaha Key
Switch - $100
Mercury Mirage
SS Propeller — 17F
- $400
(fits Yamaha)
Tel: 376-4350



2002 21FT SPIRIT CRAFT
Unsinkable spiritcraft, 2002 Yamaha 225hp
main and 15hp kicker engines, AM/FM stereo,
VHF radio, fish finder, compass, outriggers,
downrigger, dual batteries, anchors, fenders,
lines, life jackets and dual axle trailer.
Call 364-6849. ~






1963 37.FT EGG HARBOR
(Real size 40ft) boat builders (North Carolina)
2 twin detroit diesel engines, 8.2 liters,
Cruising speed 9 knots, new electronics
(GPS,VHS, depth finders) New hyraulic auto
pilot, power 110 and 12V and power inverter
$24,000. 362-4628,424-2344



"2008 CONTENDER 31
Tournament
Twin 350 Yamaha V8's
Complete Furono electronics suite
Blades to fish
175,000 }

4

| Tel: 407 414 0203 or (424) 5468

. ~

* 21' Answer hull only this is a project boat that
needs to be finished stringers and transom are
done only 1,500.00
Misc. boat trailers priced from 1,500.00
sizes 18-40'

Ph. 325-1517

RIB #674
20” CHROME RIMS
$800.00
Call 544-8233

RIB #402
CHROME 22’s
With brand Nexen tires 305/40/r22 w/Z rating,
_ 5.5mm bolt pattern. $1,300.00 ono
F-150 flare side 97-03 A-:R.E. fiberglass bed. °
cover w/carpet. $600.00 ono or get both for
: $1500.00. 395-0183 24/7



with t-top, head in console, outriggers, NO power









RIB #631 :
2000 ELIMINATOR CAT BOAT
Yellow & white, stereo and VHF
radio, graphic gauges. $23,000.00
(2) 225 optimax mercury.
Call 393-7685 or 357-3808 or 432-0489

28 FOOT LONG HULL BOAT
White ext, white int
$8,000
Tel 323-6249, 467-4013.

2001 FOUNTAIN C/C SPORTFISH
yo electronics 210 gal fuel capacity this a very

2an hull priced right for only 9,000.00 duty paid)
call 394-7633

A
SAAN

1996.19FTBOSTON WHALER
Outrage with 1999 150 H.P. Johnson engine.
Very good condition. Asking $15,000 ono.
Call 3624361

SAILBOAT FOR SALE
1980, 30ft sabre sailboat, excellent condition
$6,500.00 ono
Call 424-5857

20" RIMS
1650.00 O.B.O
3260332, 4220122

16” TIRES WITH FACTORY RIMS
For Monte Carlo
Contact 636-7108 or 448-8296

BBF #812

Low profile Tyres.
Summer Specials
Window Tinting Specials

215-35-18
225-40-18
225-35-20
235-30-22
245-35-20
225/30/20
245-30-22
255-30-22
255-30-24
255/35/20
305-45-22

9
26 INCH RIMS AND TIRES
Best deal in town. $2,200.00 ono
Cell 558-6614 or 466-4010 ©



THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 13



28FT CENTER CONSOLE,
2 x 225 HP Mercury Optimax, 200
Gallon fuel, 45 Gallon live well, |
Massive fish boxes,
ph# 424-8240 / 393-4498 ask for
Nick

RIB #470
FOR SALE,"

18 ft Boston Whaler with 85 hp Yamaha Engin.
About 30 hours on the engin, trailer included.
e\ ing in working condition.

Call 341-4269

22” RIMS FOR SALE,
no tires, used rims, asking $1,000 ONO for all,
ph# 394-0267 / 556-2140 ask for mary,

HIGH PROFORMANCE
TIRES
Starting at $189.00 size
245/35/20
call for sizes.

Auto detailing
products 1 gallon, blue
silicone tire dressing and
i gallon degreaser
combo. $36.00

Call 326-8274
cell 426-3618



265/35/22 $275
285-50-20 ~ $200
$130 . 225-40-19 $210
$130 205-40-17 $95
$180 215-40-17 $110
$235 215-45-17 $110
$180 225-45-17 $115
$180 265-35-22 $275.
$255 - 8305-35-24 $310
$240 HID Lights $180
$305 Call: 434-4054
$200 or

$265 323-4365



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CAE

2007 CBR 1000RK
HONDA
Black exterior,
running, needs parts,
asking $2,500.00
Call Doyle at 341-
3133 or 395-4827
or
324-3285

: 2008 HONDA XR650,
brand new plastic still on, under 1,000 miles,
asking $6,800 OBO, trades welcome, don’t call if
you have no money, phi 535-1702

RIB #877C
Hurricane Season Special 25% off of U.S.
List Price
Tradewinds & Multiquip
7kW — 1500kW
Perkins & John Deere Engines
Complete Standby Generator Systems

394-4823 / FAMILY ISL. TOLL FREE 242-300-

RIB #877D
GUARDIAN STANDBY GENERATORS
Convenient, Hands-Free Operation
No fueling. No manual start. No extension cords,
Runs on natural gas or liquid propane
~ Clean, Smooth Power
True Powerâ„¢ Technology provides safe
operation of sensitive electronics
; Quietest,
_ + Starting@ $2995
394-4823/FAMILYISL.TOLL FREE 242-300-
; 1213.

“TRIB #274-B
2003 HONDA ACCORD BACKTRUNK

$600
Call — 326-0332 or 422-0122.



BBF #865





29, 2010

RIB #617
2005 IMPALA ENGINE
Parts, new & used for Accord, Maxima, Impala,
Civic, Inspire. Radiator/fan, condensor
Call 341-2305 Cell 454-7111

1
FOR SALE- BRAND NEW
Mens 26’ 18 speed mountain bike grey & blue

~ Hp mini laptop w/web cam $375
Hp desktop w/18.5" Led monitor $615
pioneer car Cd Player Centenumne: w/remote
1

Call 525-6223

PORTABLE GENERATORS
RELIABLE NAMES YOU CAN TRUST / 2 YEAR
LIMITED WARRANTY
GENERATORS STARTING @ $759
CALL SHIRLEY ENTERPRISES LTD. 394-4823
/ FAMILY ISL. TOLL FREE 242-300-1213.

BBF #841 /
10 Ton Janitorial/Goodman Condensers,
brand new, 208/230 for $3000, ph# 393:6991 /
426-3235 10 days tribune issue 79 062

1994 HONDA CIVIC, :
parts for sale, doors, mirrors, trucks, etc.,
call for more info,
ph# 636-6501 / 392-3970
10 days tribune isSue 79 085






70
2002 JAGUAR X-TYPE 2.5 - 3.0
ENGINE & PARTS FOR SALE
PH: 544-3675

KAWASKI KLR 650
$5800.00 ono :
just in new custom ie black paint, new chain
tires handlebar and jevers, corbin seat ,Steel
braided brake lines oversize front brake rotor 2
12v charge sockets and much more. $5800 ono
ph 376 9126 :

BBF #842
1.5 — 3.5 Ton Janitorial/Goodman package
- units, -
Condenser and blower allin one, brand new,
from $599 - $699, ph# 393-6991 / 426-3235

CARIB

BBF #843

25 TON CARRIER COMPRESSORS,

used, in excellent condition, for $2,150 OBO,
ph#.393-6991 / 426-3235

41 :
RADIATORS FOR SALE! $250
ph# 394-6487/9 / 467-3777



77E
MARSHALLTOWN TOOLS
MASONRY, CONRETE, DRYWALL TOOLS
HOT SUMMER SALE =
35% OFF TO END OF JULY
Cal 394-4823

"GENERATORS

SUPER SILENT - PERKINS & CUMMINS- GENERATORS:
Automatic Transfer Switch, 100/200 gallon fuel tanks,

Deep Sea Controllers, Stamford Alternators, Weather Proof
Enclosures, Shipping & Customs Duties Included 50%
Deposit: :

U.K. Perkins 30kw
U.K. Perkins 40kw
U.K. Perkins 90kw

10kw Diesel $ 6,078..00
15kw Diesel $ 6,683.00
20kw Diesel $ 7,820.00
24kw Diesel $ 7,989.00
Diesel $ 8,354.00
Diesel $ 9,318.00
Diesel $11,175.00
Diesel $12,046.00
Diesel $13,250.00
Diesel $18,876.00
Diesel $12,102.00
Diesel $12,445.00
Diesel $21,200.00

10KW TO 2000KW FACTORY DIRECT
NASSAU & FAMILY ISLANDS------- Phone 427-3749

-C
2002 ACCORD 2 DOOR
LF WINDOW MOTOR
: and regulator- $200
Call — 326-0332 or 422-0122.


















SS
RHEEM HOT WATER
For solor water heater 80 us gal $250.00
120 us gal. $300.00 :
New, not used. Call 242-376-2600





BBF #788
Acer 15” inch Laptop:
Win 7. CD/DVD RW. 2GHz. 3
WIFI. Card Reader. Anti Virus. 1 Year Warranty.
Finance | LayAway from $549.99. Call ~
323.6315.

BBF #789
Dell Inspiron 15” LAPTOP SALE:

Win Vista/7. CD/DVD RW. 2GHz. 2GB RAM.
T6OHD. WIFI. Card Reader. Anti-Virus. 1 Year
Warranty. Finance | LayAway from $499.99. Call
323.6315.

: Dell Mini SALE: 1GB RAM.
160HD. WIFI. Windows XP. Webcam. Card
Reader. Anti Virus Software. 1 Year Warranty.
Finance | LayAway from $399.99.
Call 323.6315.

"\$499.99

BBF #791 .
ACER EM 15” Laptop Special:

Win 7. CD/DVD RW. 2GHz. 3GB RAM. 250HD.
WIFI. Card Reader. Facebook and Twitter
Ready. Anti Virus. 1 Year Warranty. Finance |
LayAway from $499.99. Call 323.6315.

B RAM. 160HD. |

BBF #792
Dell Zino Desktop Special:
2GB RAM; 250 HD; CD/DVD RW; USB Ports;
Win Vista | 7 + More; Anti-Virus; Speakers; NOT
included. Finance/LayAway from $599.99. Call
323.6315. .

BBF #793
HP Laptop Special:

Webcam; Win 7. CD/DVD Burner. 2GHz. 3GB
RAM. 320HD. WIFI. Card Reader. Facebook
and Twitter Ready. Anti Virus. 1 Year Warranty.
Finance | LayAway from $599.99.

Call 323.6315.

RAE

BBF #794
HP MINI Laptop: 1GB RAM.
160HD. WIFI. Windows 7. Webcam. Card
Reader. Anti Virus Software. 1 Year Warranty.
Finance | LayAway from $399.99.
Call 323.6315.

$499.99}

BBF #795 :
5 HP Compag 15” Laptop Special:

Win 7. CD/DVD RW. 2GHz. 2GB RAM. 250HD.
WIFI. Card Reader. Facebook and Twitter
Ready. Anti-Virus; Fax Line. 1 Year Warranty.
Finance | LayAway from $499.99. Call

323.6315. ~

COMPUTERS AND COMPONENTS!!
desktops starting at $549
. laptops starting at $449,
10” mini laptops starting at $349,

Best deals on the island, all name brands , all
computers come with, anti-virus, Microsoft
office, Operating System of your choice
Starting a business? Ask about our wholesale
price!
ph# 466-6771 / 393-2080(evenings)

Also for computer repairs call: 361-4489 / 465-
3543

5369.99

BBF #796
Acer Mini Laptop Special: ;
1GB RAM. 160HD. WIFI. Windows 7. Webcam.
Card Reader. Anti Virus Software. 1 Year
Warranty. Finance | LayAway from $369.99.
_ Call 323.6315.

BBF #797
ACER EM MINi Laptop:
1AM. 250HD. WIFI. Windows 7. Webcam. Card
Reader. Anti Virus Software. 1 Year Warranty.
Finance | LayAway from $379.99. Call
323.6315.

BF #798
: IBM Lenovo Laptop:

Webcam; 3GB RAM; 250GB HD; CD/DVD
Burner; Windows 7; Anti Virus; 2.1 Ghz; WIFI 1
Year Warranty. Price from $559.99.
Finance/LayAway. Call 323.6315. 1 month

$399.99

BBF #799
HP COMPAQ COMPLETE DESKTOP
SPECIAL: 3GB RAM; 320 HD; CD/DVD RW;
USB Ports; Windows 7 + More; Anti-Virus;
Speakers included. Finance/LayAway from
. $599.99. Call 323.6315.

16
USED LAPTOPS FOR SALE
Starting eee
an

Mac desktop computer, in great condition
500.00

Call Desrick 361-2033 or 431-7704

THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 15

BBF #801
Apple Macbook Unibody Sale:

OS X Snow Leopard; iLife; 2 GB RAM; 250 GB
HD; Webcam; Bluetooth; WIFI; CD/DVD Burner.
1 Year Warranty. Finance/ LayAway from

9.

Computer Linksys Wireless G Router
Recession Special: Includes router; Ethernet.
Cord; adapter; 4 port switch; and Wireless G

(802.11g) Access Point & Push button
technology. Warranty included. Price $79.99.
Call 323.6315.

BBF #805
Gateway Laptop Special: *
Webcam; 3GB RAM; 250GB HD; CD/DVD
Burner; Windows 7; Anti Virus; 2.2 Ghz; WIFI; 1
Year Warranty. Price from $599.99.
Finance/LayAway. Call 323.6315. ~

BBF #800
Toshiba Laptop 15” Special: Windows 7;
CD/DVD RW; 2.1 GHz ; 2GB RAM; 250 HD;
Card Reader;. WIFI; Anti Virus Software; 1 Year
Warranty. Financel LayAway.
Price $569.99. Call 323.6315.

#378
TOP LINE COMPUTER FOR SALE,
great deal, 1GB memory, 160 GB hard drive,
with LCD Flat screen monitor,Keyboard &
mouse, DVD/CD Burner with Anti-Virus and
Microsoft Office Suit installed.
Layaway/Financing available, only $599.00
you cant beat it,
677-4487





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THE TRIBUNE



$19.99








BBF #784








BBF #780
Hp Allin One Printer Special: PRINT, SCAN,
OPY & FAX.
1 Btack & 1 Color Ink cartridge included. Power
Cord. Windows Capability. Borderless Photos. 1

HP 4GB Flash Drive Sale:
Store data, important files, videos, pictures and
take them with you. Works on any laptop or
desktop, just
Price

BBF #785
Sandisk 4GB Memory Card Sale:
Fast transfer rate for copy/download/backup.
Low battery consumption. Perfect for cameras +
digital recorders. Price at $19.99.

BBF #778
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












lug and play into any usb port.
19.99. 1 Year warranty.





#323.6315;

BBF #783

Norton Antivirus Sale:

Industry leading protection against viruses,
spyware. Removes threats, causes no damage.
Scans constantly to stop future attacks.
Price $29.99.

Call 323.6315.

SONY 8GB MEMORY STICK/CHIP
With Adapter. ( for Psp’s and digital cameras)
New reduce price. $65.00
Call 242-456-1069
javan-rolle @ hotmail.com

Mini Iphone,
asking $150,
accessories: Batteries,
head phones, charger,
USR Cable, colors: red,
white, pink, -
ph# 364-8806 /'324-
1483



Brand new
unlocked 3g Iphone n
box with all accessories
8gb $550, 16gb $650 &
3gs 32gb $900,

Also Ipad 16gb $600,
Call 341-5933, 434-
2325, 454-1288,
423-1096






Call 323.6315.

Apple Itunes Gift Card:
Purchase virus free songs from ITUNES. $15
card for $20. $20 card for $25.
Call 323.6315

BRANDNEW VIZIO 42" LCD TV
Full 1080p/PC-Input/3hdmi Inputs $1,199
ONO, LG 32" $599, Iphone White 3GS 32GB,
Call 357-5888

T2000 WIFI DUAL
SIM

Touch Screen 4GB

Mps.. Mp4.. FM/TV
Dual camera bluetooth

Movies & music on

phone.
Priced... $299.00

Tel: 341-0460 or 552-

Wifi Cellphones,
$249.99 - $299.99,
Layaway Available,
Call: 328-1801 or |

436-0986







Call 323.6315

BBF #781
Universal Laptop Chargers:
Charger compatible with eat laptops. Fits
Dell, Acer, Toshiba, HP, Sony,

Asus, NEC ad more. 90W with multiple
connectors. Warranty included. Price $39.99.
Call 323.6315;

27" Tv's just $169.00, cheap blackberry
cell phones available.
directv recievers for just $379 with 2 months.
Wulff Road opposite Harding food Store 393:
' 7943

Blackberry Storm $350
Blackberry Bold 2- $600
Call — 326-0332 or 422-0122.



Wifi Cellphones,
$249.99 - $299.99,
Layaway Available,

en

Call: 328-1801
or
436-0986

1 month tribune
issue 77 036

OMA MQ



BBF #779

ompaq, Fujitsu,

Year Warranty. From $99.99. Call 323.6315;




HP ALL IN ONE PRINTER SPECIAL:
Copy, Printer, Scan. 1 Black & 1 Color Ink
cartridge included. Power Cord. Windows

Capability. Borderless Photos. 1 Year Warranty.

From $99.99. Call 323.6315;

IPHONE CLONE, Dual
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.
328-1801/436-0986

1 month tribune issue
77 036

TALKDAT DUAL SIM
IPHONE
Mini Iphone.... $140
Mini with tv.... $175
Nano with Wi-
Fi/tv.....$250
2Gb, mp3, mp4, fm
radio, video recorder,
blk, wht, ;
pnk colors
Tel: 341-0460/552-9793

RIB #309
WIFI TV C6000
Touch Screen qwerty pad
Dual camera, video record
Mp3..Mp4.. FM bluetooth
Brand new only... $279.00
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N-FUSION NEW
PROGRAM |
Solaris, Phoenix and |
(older model Nova)
Also Sonic 360
Premier and elite
satellite recieve
available (new) now
watch adult chs and
ppv rnovies and
events.
Phone: 426-1437

or
636-3916

RIB #317
BRAND NEW! CAR CD PLAYER
door speakers for sale. $45.00 :
Pioneer DEH/1200MP MP3/ready $150.00
Pioneer DEH/2250 USB/Ipod Mp3 ready
$175.00
JVC kd/210 mp3/ready $135.00
Kenwood kd c/138 $115.00

Call for more details. 376-3655 325-0815

ARCADE VIDEO
GAMES FOR SALE
Call 364-3632

cell 427-2954

Apple IPAD WiFi Sale: 16 GB Hard Drive;
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hours of video. Bluetooth enabled. Over 140,000
applications plus more. 1 Year Warranty
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RIB #210
‘ILINK & NFUSION PROGRAMMER SYSTEM
&

HDTV SYSTEM
Contact: 841-6241 or 544-9556 /477-4473

USED PS2,
Includes 2 controllers, & all wires , only $100.00
Ps3 and Ps2 giving you problems. Call me!
Games cds’ and memory cards
call
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RIB #159
FOR SALE-BRAND NEW
LG 37" LCD Tv full HD $875 w/free DVD player
Toshiba laptop 3GB memory 250GB HD
w/webcam $625
Pioneer car CD player w/remote $160.00
ipod touch 8GB w/$30 itunes cards $335
portable DVD player $145







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NEW LAPTOP CHARGES FOR
ALL BRANDS
Dell, Acer, Hp, Compaq lbm, Sony, Toshiba and
others. Starting @$40.00 and up
Call 361-2033 or 431-7704 Desrick
or 392-4860 or 448-4236 Luke.




NBA JERSEY
Authentic just $60:
or 2 for $100: We
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* inventory many to
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RIB #171
NFL JERSEY 100%
Authentic name and number sewn on, looks
- great, just $75.00 ,
be the first to own Brandon Marshall,
Miami Dolphins. Cell 432-2428

Call 42-2428

FOR SALE-BRAND NEW!
Blackberry Curve 8520
#385
Blackberry Bold 9000 $450
Nokia E63w/WiFi $285
LG Cookie touch screen
$170
Motorola EM30 $160
free bluetooth headset
w/every purchase!

Call 525-6223



1 HI SPEED
stack CD BURNER
(6 cd’s, 52 x) $450

2 Antique Vase Stands
$75 & 100

1 Glass Coffee Table
w/wrought iron base $70

Call 393-1630

BBF #804 eure
XBOX Points Cards: XBOX Points Card:
1,600 points redeemable for content available in|
the Xbox Live Marketplace. Update your games
with add-ons like songs, maps, levels and
characters. Purchase movies,
$20 card for $25.
Call 323.6315

KE SPECIAL $40
Computer system cleaning kits with windows 7
operating system & all essential applications.
. No data will be lost! tv shows available
Call 328-8088 or 326-1892 11am- 6pm



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PIRANHA STS G2 PAINTBALL MARKER
11 inch barrel
Laser sight, 48 cubic in. Tank (nitrogen,
oxygen, Co2) , Tank hose,
Utility Belt, x3 100 count hopper,

200 round hopper,

cO2 Cartridge attachment,

$800.00 Value. Asking $250.00 ono

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NEW MOTOROLA
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2gb, mp3, mp4, fm
bluetooth camera
video,
2 movies download
black metallic
12 in stock for $175

_ Call 341-0460
or
552-9793

FOR SALE- BRAND
NEW

Motorola EM30
w/camera, MP3,
bluetooth.& radio $160

Nokia E63 w/WiFi
$285

Call 525-6223

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PiayStation Network |

Cards: f
Purchase games,

MapPacks, demos, and

more. S10 card for $15.
. $20 card for $25.

Call 323.6315



Xbox 360 system, with hard drive,
3 controllers, battery packs and chargers, 3
games, for $360, additional games $40 each,
ph# 434-7901 / 327-4217

RIB #172 .
ANTHENTIC GASCAN OAKLEY SHADES
just $60.00
Also G-shock watches $60.00
NBA jersey $60.00 or 2 for $100.00
Cell 432-2428



Brand New Semi
Precious Jewelry
Over x100 pieces
Retail value Over
$2500.00
Ausirian Crystal,
Pearls, and
many other semi
precious stones.
Necklaces,
bracelets, earrings.
Pouches included,
stands available
Ask about web
album
\ $550.00 Ono
456 6496 /362 2724

SEWING MACHINE-SPECIALIST
A complete line of sewing machine household
and industrial, gravity feed irons oil,
All kinds of foot etc.
Call 325-4746
Family islands welcome.

RIB #615
1 SMALL ZERO FRIDGE
: w/icemaker $600

Rent To Own Luxury 4Bedroom 3Baths
in Yamacraw split Level House Open Floor
plan, Stand By Generator (10 Years Payment
Plan)$25,000.00 Down payment: and Mthly
payment is neg. asking price $457,000.
Call to view -

4965/6763 124/677495 1/4364517

1 Small Sub Zero icemacker. $650
Together for $1150.00
Call 393-1630s

QUEEN SIZE BEDROOM SET,
1 bed, 2 mattress, 1 boxspring, 2 night stands, 1
_ bereau, 1 mirror, for $500, also Fridge and
Stove for $400 and much more available,
ph# 468-7996 / 323-0798 owner leaving island
10 days tribune issue 79 079

HOUSE FOR SALE,
Freddy Munnings Estates,
3 bedroom, 2 bath, asking $243,000,
ph# 525-1818 / 364-2914
10 days tribune issue 79 089

2ft 8” steel full
glass doors,
brand new,
for $120,

phi# 393-6991 /

FOR SALE 426-3235

Sikkens.Lesona! & Wanda Paint System with -
Paint Supplies. Make an offer,
ph#6774965 / 6775390 / 6763124

COCATIELS FOR:
SALE
Pet stores $80.00
and up. Your price
$60.00 and down.
Call 364-7897

RIB #475 : ;
SHIT-ZU PUPS
7 weeks old $500.00 Male
$600.00 Females.
2 1/2 ton AC CONDENSOR
Asking $1000.00
Call 341-4229 or 395-5511

WHOLESALE DIAPERSINN
B. J.'S BRAND SIZE 3-5 $39 PER CASE
& WIPES 720 COUNT $29.95
CALL 394 — 7926 FOR DETAILS

RIB #473
TENT FOR SALE
40’ x 60’ Canvas Tent
(Need minor repairs)
Three yous old (must sell) $5,000.00 obo
Great for Chruch activities- large meetings
community events, etc. —.
Can seat over 300 comfortably.
Phone: 365-0065/365-0007/475-3226

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BBF #815.
RESTAURANT APPLIANCES FOR SALE,
rotisserie chicken machine, up to 20 chickens,
deep fryer, slushy machine, and more,
call: 456-7253

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RIB #456 .
PUPPIES FOR SALE

Scottish, Chihuahua
Male, Female available, very tiny
1 Female Bichon Frise.

Call 361-3104 or 436-7128

Lose up to 20Ibs in
1 month

With Botanical Slimming
pills made from all
natural plant extracts

1 pill a day needed

36 pills for $19.99
9:00am to 5:00pm
Call: 326-8322

‘COOL OFF THIS SUMMER!
SAIL SHADES FOR SALE.
STARTING AT $35.00
Cail 242-377-0201

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Home Furniture Packages
4PC Bedroom Set starting as low as
$1,799 -
Extra for Bedroom Chest, and TV Dresser
Queen, Full, and Twin Sets Available
Dining Set starting at low as $399
3PC Living Ome oe paring as low as
includes Sofa, Love Seat and Chair.
Extra for Ottoman
_Bed, Dining, and Living Room Home
Packages Available
We also sell TV & Entertainment Stands,
Jewelry Armories,
Vanity Set, Coffee Table set, office
furniture,
and more
Ng US at 328-7723(day),

2FT 8” — 3FT HALF
LOUVER DOORS,
brand new, $75.00,
ph# 393-6991
426-3235

CENTRAL AIR CARRIER CONDENSERS
2ton(household ‘and 4ton
(3 Phase Commercial)
Both -$800
Call 434-3965





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www. bahamasrealestateassociation.com





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_-REAL ESTATE —

Bay St. & Victoria Ave
Tel}: (242) 323 0800/1
sales @ RTBahamas.com
www.RTBahamas.com

Rentals
West Bay St: 1 Bed, 1 Bath
Apt. Semi Fun. Light & Water

incl. $950 p/m J
Cable Beach: 1 Bed, 1 Bath
Condo. fully furn. w/parking,

a/c, pool $1,000 p/m

Coral Harbor: 1 Bed, 1 Bath
Fully Furn on canal $1,100 p/m
Off West Bay: 2 Bed, 1 Bath
Fully Furn. Incl., water,phone,
cable,internet $1,500 p/m

West Bay Street: 3 Bed, 2
Bath Fully Furn Condo w/pool
& tennis ct. $1,500 p/m

Near Albany: 2 Bed, 2 Bath
Apartment Fully Furn $1,500
Sea Beach Estates: 2 Bed,
1.5. Bath. Fully Furnished
$1,700 p/m
Delaporte Condo:
Bath. Furn, pool,
$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 Town-
house $2,500 p/m

2 Bed, 2
bch, gated.

Paradise Island: 2 Bed, 2.5
Bath. Furnished with Pool.
$2,600 p/m

Delaporte Point: Townhome,
3 bed 2.5 bath, furn, ocean-
front, gated, pools, beach
$3,500 p/m

Rawson Court: Oceanfront 3
Bed, 3.5 Bath Condo. Newly
Done $3,500 p/m

Sandyport: 3Bed, 3.5 Bath.
Fully furn w/dock slip. Kids Al-
lowed $4,000 p/m

South Ocean: 3 Bed, 3.5 Bath
4,000 sq ft. home with pool and
ale $4,000 p/m

Love Beach Walk: 3 Bed, 3.5
bath, Penthouse oceanfront,
gated. $5,000 p/m

: Sales |
Residential/Commercial
Yellow Elder: 3 Bed, 1 Bath



Home. Great. Price, unfur-
nished $120,000 .
Paradise Island: 1 Bed, 1

Bath Fully Furn Condo. Newly
Remodeled $150,000.

San. Souci: 2 Bed, 1.5 Bath
Townhouse, semi furnished
with courtyard $180,000

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, land-
scaped. $239,000
Off Village Rd. Rndabout:
3Bed, 2Bath home & atchd.
1Bed Apartment $245,000
Faith Avenue South: Brand
New Duplex. 62 x 100. Re-
duced Price $250,000

Bay St. & Victoria Ave
Tel: (242) 323 0800/1
sales@RTBahamas.com
www.RTBahamas.com

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

Stapledon Gardens: Duplex
for Sale. 2 Bed, 1. Bath
$285,000

Sandford Drive (West):

Bed, 2.5 Bath Townhome a/c,
gated, pool $290,000

hazon Estates (Southwest
N.P): 3 Bed, 2 Bath Brand New
Home $299,000
Faith Ave: Restaurant with at-
tached 2 Bed, 2 Bath apt.
Brand New $330,000
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, land-
scaped $420,000
Coral Vista East: Brand new
home, two story, open floor
plan, double car garage 5 Bed,
2.5 Bath. $575,000.
Sunset View Villas: 5 Bed, 3.5
Bath with oceanfront views on
West Bay $750,000

Lots
Nassau Village: Duplex Lot 75
x 75 Only $65,000
Sandilands Village: Duplex
Lot 60 x 85 5,342 sq ft.
$77,000
Victoria Gardens: Duplex Lot
65x100: w/ footing & plans in-
cluded $85,000

East St. South: Duplex Lot 55 }

x 113 Brand new Subdivison
$80,000

Carmichael Rd: Tipe Lot 54
xX 116 6,228 sq ft. $85,000

Off Carmichel Rd: Three Multi
Family lots starting at $86,000
Pinewood Gardens:
Multi-family 2 Corner Lots
$88,000 Each

Via Della Rosa: Triplex Lots
starting from $99,000. Only 5
left.

Chazon Estates: 24 hr Sec.
Gated Community. Lots 60 x
100. $105,000

Off Carmichael Rd: Triplex lot.
63 x 122. $107,000

John Claridge Estates New
on Eastern Rd. Corner Lot 80
x 111. $115,000

West Winds: 70 x 92 Ridge
Lot in. gated community with
amenities $125,000

High Point Estates: 8,517 sq
ft. Large Single Family lot
$125,000

Highland Park: Single Family
Lot 13,000 sq ft. 150 x 90.
$165,000

West Grove (Westglade): 84
x 110 - 9,000 plus sq ft.
$195,000

E-mail:

Veneer Be Lekera~
BReraxday
VACANT LAND
Nassau Village: MF lot w/ du-
plex up to belt. $100,000 .
Via Della Rosa: Triplex lots,
only 3 remaining for a great
buy in a gated community at
$99,000.
Englerston: Exclusive Open
zone lot. $68,000. 2-2bed
1bath Duplex $180,000
St. Andrews’ Beach
Oceanview s/f large
$125,000
Coral Vista: Very nice large s/f
lot. $117,500
Saffron Hill:

Est:

Exclusive large
corner lot starting at $195,000
& oceanview lot $355,000

Fox Hill: Exclusive 80'x125'
M/F lot - ideal for a multi-fam-
ily complex. $98,000

Tropical Gardens: Large s/f
lot for your dream home.
$125,000

Blake Rd: Prime acreage near
high-end developments $3.2M
Coral Harbour: 2.3 acres. Per-
fect subdivision/condo devel-
apment. $1,950,000

West Winds: S/F and duplex
lots starting at $120,000
Serenity: Affordable s/f lots
now starting at $85,000 - du-

plex lots now starting at
$145,000
HOMES/CONDOS

High Point Estates: Awesome
3bed 2.5bath’ semi-furnished
condo. $319,000 unfurnished.
$290,000

Marathon: Charming 3bed
3bath home w/ 1bed ibath apt
attached on 2 lots. $350,000
Eastern Estates: 4bed 3.5bath
home. Requires upgrading.
Great project. $279, ,000.

Sea View Dr.: bed 2bath
semi-furnished condo. Pool &
beach access. One car ga-
rage. $450,000.

Cable Beach Villas: Lovely
turn-key bed ‘1bath condo.
Perfect first time investment.
$140,000

St. Alban’s Dr: New 2bed
2.5bath semi-furnished town-
house. Gated. $234,000

Murphyville: Sbed 2bath
fixer-upper in an opened
zoned area. Ideal investment.
$262,000

Montagu Villas: 2bed 1.5
semi-furnished townhouse.

Gated. $220,000
Charlotteville: 4bed 2.5bath
semi-furnished home. Gated.
$648,000

Golden Gates: Exclusive 3bed ].

2bath w/ 2bed 2bath apt at-
tached. Great deal.$255,000
Pinewood Gardens: Exclusive
4bed 3bath home on 2 ele-
vated lots. $260,000

MULT-FAMILY BUIDLINGS
Star Estates: EXCLUSIVE
Two-2bed 1.5bath townhouse
duplex. Ideal mortgage
helper. Great price at
$436,000

Office:328-4111°¢Fax:328-4113
Tel: 376-1849, 535-6764,
468-0767, 424.4448
info @ wateredgebahamas.com
www.wateredgerealestate.com



lot..

REAL ESTATE

“NNaneenede Leh pees

Boar aekes
Yamacraw Close: Great 2bed
2bath & 2bed 1bath duplex.
ideal mortgage helper.
$295,000

Off Jerome Ave: An investor's
dream consisting of 3 1bed
1bath and 4 efficiencies.
$379,000

Leeward East: Triplex bldg
plus a 1bed 1bath cottage.

* Pool. $500,000

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 3bed
2.5bath’ townhouse. $357,000.
Fowler Street: Exclusive
Warehouse & incomplete apt
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. $1,349,000



Old ort Bay: Canalfront
newly built Sbed Sbath home
w/pool dockspace.
$4,750,000

Ocean Club Estates: Canal-
front new Sbed Sbath home w/
pool & dockspace. $15M

Ocean Club Estates: Canal-
front 6bed 6.5bath home w/
pool & dockspace. $10M

FAMILY ISLAND

Polly Cay: Beautiful 8.4 acres
private island nestled in a la-
goon. Price upon request!

Long Island: Hilltop corner
residential lot over 15,500 sq.
ft. $55,000

Norman’s Acreage: 4 adja-
cent waterfront lots just under
2 acres. $1.6M

Exuma: Oceanview
lots in beautiful
$100,000 each.

Eleuthera: Oceanview
vated s/f lot. $85,000

Berry Island: Very large resi-

dential lot near 5 star Marina &

Golf course. $59,000.

RENTALS

Nautica: Immaculate 3bed

2.5bath turn-key townhouse.

Gated. Very secure and safe.

$4,150 p/m.
Skyline Lakes:3bed/2.5bath
condo. Water _in-

turn-key
cluded. Gated. Pool. $2,200
2bed 2bath

p/m
Pool, Gated.

large s/f
Exuma at

ele-

Sandford Dr:
turn-key condo.
$2,200 p/m
Harrold Rd: Warehouse in a
high traffic area awaits you.
te 500 p/m

St. Vincent Rd: 1bed
abain semi-furnished apt.
$650 p/m

Off Mackey St: Commercial
building in a high traffic area.
$1,200 an

Sand ort: Canalfront new
4bed 3.5bath SO aster
townhouse. $3,900 p,
Office:328-4111°Fax: ppa-41 13

Tel: 376-1849, 535-6764,
468-0767, 424.4448
info @ wateredgebahamas.com
www.wateredgerealestate.com

REAL ESTATE ©



Tamara D. Dorsett
SEAVIEW PROPERTIES
amara @seaviewproperties.bs
| Mob: 357-7811 | Web:
www.seaviewproperties.bs

COMMERCIAL RENTALS

o Centerville - Prime Office
Space: 4 rooms, kitchen &
bathroom.

$2,500 p/ mth - web ref: 4096
RESIDENTIAL RENTALS

o Governors Cay, Sandyport:
3 Bed/ 2.5 Bath House. $5,000
p/mth -web ref 4062

o Beach Lane, Sandyport: 3
Bed/ 3 Bath Condo, Canal
Front. $3,500 p/mth -web ref:
4053

o Coral Heights East : 2 Bed/
2 Bath House, ( includes
water and weekly cleaning).
$1,800 p/mth web ref: 4120

o South Ocean: 3 bed, 4 bath,
2 half bath, house with pool.
$3,500 p/mth -web ref: 4126

o Bellot Road: 4 bed/3 bath
House. $5,000 p/mth- web
ref: 4129

o Coral Harbour: 1 bed/1 bath

cottage, canal front. $2,000
p/mth- web ref: 4130

SALES

o Sandyport Drive: 3bed/ 3

bath Cottage. $695,000 gross
also available FOR RENT
5,000) - web ref: 4050

o Ocean West, West Bay: 2
bed/2 bath Townhouse.
$350,000 (also available FOR
RENT $2,500) - web ref: 4083

o Gable Beach: 1 bed/2 bath
townhouse. $259,000 (also
available FOR RENT $1,600)
- web ref: 4131

VACANT LAND_

o Westridge Close,
Westridge: 100 x 150
residentially zoned. " $280,000

Gross price -web ref: 4070

o James Cistern, Eleuthera:
(S500 yards from the beach)
49.37 acres. $1.5 million.
(Also available individually
for $30,000 per acreage) -
web ref: 4071

o Bahama Sound 17, North
Exuma: 2 lots sold together.
Price reduced! $41,000 O.BO.
- web ref: 4091

PRIVATE ISLANDS

o = =©Swain's Cay, Andros:
Private island with small 2 bed/
2 bath bungalow. $995,000 -
web ref: 4049

.Contact: Tamara D. Dorsett,
SeaView Properties.
Eml:tamara@ seaviewproperti
es.bs | Mob: 357-7811

THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE eS
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BLESSED ROCK
REALTY ,

TELEPHONE
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Coral Harbour, 80x100,
99,500.00
Off Carmichael Rd, 52x110,
71.550.00
Off Carmichael Rd, 52x110,
71.550:00
Off Soldier Road, 50x100,
$57, 000.00

‘ Off Carmichael Duplex Lot,
60x108, $86,000.00

pring Field, 60X100,

ero. 000.00
Carmichael Rd, . 57x106,
$65,000.00 '
Off Carmichael Rd, 50x130,
$90,000.00

Fox Hill Duplex Lots, 60x100,
$60,000.00

Chippingham Duplex Lots,
97x50, $65,000.00
Chippingham Duplex Lots,

50x97, $60,000.00

Coral Horbour Residental Lot,
60x150, $108,000.00

Coral Breeze Gated, 75x100,
$99,500.00 :

St. Andrews Beach, 90X90,
$123,000.00

Bacardi
$90,000.00

Yuma Estates Gated, 65x100,

Road, 80x100,

"$95,000.00

Serenity, 60x100, $85,000.00

College Gardens, 70x100,
$75,000.00
Gardens Hills, 60x100,
$75,000.00

South Ocean Estate, ade 24
$158,000.00

ACREAGES
Off Airport Road, 5 Acres,
$650,000.00
Off Gladstone Rd, 9 Acres,
$1.63 Mil
West Bay Street, 24 Acres,
$3 Mil
Nassau Village 2bed 1bath,
80x100, $120,000.00
Golden Gates 3bd 2 bath,
60x100, $150,000.00
Village Road Montagu Villas
250,000.00 .

COMMERCIAL LOTS
Andros Avenue, 45x100,
$54,000.00
Fox Hill, 70x320, $210,000.00
Prince Charles Near Marco’s
5 Acres, 1.75 mil

OUT ISLAND
Kemps Bay, Andros, 50x200,
$17,000.00
100x200,

Kemps
Deep Creek, Andros, 2 Acres,

Bay,
$33,000.00
$120,000.00

p . Creek, Andros, 20
Acres
$990,000.00



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, Lighthouse Realty &
Investments
Telephone: :

341-3911/465-8344/426-7587

Rentals :
Condo Westwind - 2. Bed-
rooms 1.5 Baths fridge, stove,
washer and dryer - $1,500:00
Executive Home Seabreeze
with 3 Bedrooms 3. Baths fully
furnished, with washer and
dryer, central air, security alarm
system, fenced in, landscaped-
$2,500.00 monthly

Boatswain Hill/Carmichael
Road New Apartment 1 .- 2
Bedrooms 1 Bath with Security
Bars water included - $650.00
monthly

Lumumba Lane - 2 Bedrooms
1 Bath with’ fridge, stove,
washer and dryer, central air,
security alarm system, ‘security
bars private yard and deck -
$875.00

Multi-Family Lots

Genesis Gardens. off Carmi-
chael. Road 6,642 sq ft -
$115,000.00 ?

Genesis Gardens off Carmi-
chael Road 6,697 .sq ft -
$115,000.00

Genesis Gardens off Carmi-
chael Road 5,235 sq ft - $
95,000.00

Off Kemp Road 50 x 85 =-
$45,000.00 O.N.O

Off Bernard Road 65 x 125
with foundation - $108,000.00
Tropical Gardens 100 x 100 -
$127,000.0C

Tropical Gardens 60 x 145 -
$122,000.00

Boatswain Hill lakefront
9,000 sq ft - $124,000.00 i
Cowpen Road 50 x 130 -
$97,000.00

.Shrimp Road 60 x 178 -
$142,000.00 O.N.O.

Bacardi Road 87.65 x 100 -
$99,000.00 O.N.O

Plumbago Drive 80 x 125 -
$91,000.00

Off Malcolm Road -Duplex Lot
61.89 x 85 - $57,000.00 O.N.O
Unison Road Fourplex Lot 50
x 154 - $122,000.00 O.N.O
Coral Lakes Fourplex - Lot
88.93 x 130 on the Lake -
$147,000.00 O.N.O

Hamster Road 50 x 200 -
$152,000.00

lot

100% FINANCING

to qualified Government employees

Lightho Real
n
Telephone:

p
341-391 1/465-8344/426-7587

Boatswain Hill on the water
110° x 425 (1° acre) -
$F20,000-08 ato)

fe} Oo
Marshall Road 5 acres -
$757,000.00
Off Tonique Highway 2 acres
- $585,000.00 or lease @ §$,
4,000.00 an acre O.N.O
Carmichael Road 80 x 180 -
$860,000.00 ;

Bernard Road 1.76 Acres -
$354,000.00

Residential Lots

Treasure Cove Beachfront Lot
70 x 100 - $240,000.00 O.N.O
St. Andrews.Beach Estates
90 x 90 - $117,000.00
Charlotteville 60 x
$172,000.00
Westwind Gated Community
60 x 100 - $127,000.00
Charlotteville 60 x
$192,000.00

Indigo Gated Community 60 x
120 with Ocean View
$238,000.00

Houses

Highland Park Villas - 4 Bed-
rooms 2.5 Bathrooms with cen-
tral air, security screens, walled
in yard with electric gate anda
two car garage - $530,000.00
Sugar Apple Street - 3 bed-
rooms 2 Baths’ with wood
kitchen cabinet, burglar bars
and doors, walled and fenced
in yard - $243,000.00 O.N.O
Golden Gates #2 - 3 Bed-
rooms 2 Bathrooms House en-
closed yard - $238,000.00
Firetrail Road - 3 Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms with central air, se-
curity bars, enclosed yard -
$246,000.00 O.N.O

Coral Harbour - 3 Bedrooms
2.5 Bathrooms House with
Central Air, Loft Office, Double
Car Garage, Enclosed Yard -
$385,000.00 O.N.O.

St. Andrews Beach Estates -
3 Bedrooms 2. Baths’ with
washer, dryer and_ security
alarm system on a 90 x 100 lot
-_ $258,000.00 O.N.O

Sapodilla Boulevard - 3 Bed-
rooms 2 Baths,’ with wood
kitchen .cabinets with granite
countertops-$240,000.00 ONO

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Lighthouse Realty &
. vi *
Telephone:
341-391 1/465-8344/426-7587

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 -
$1,510,000.00 O.N.O

Cockburn Street - 3. Bed-
rooms 1 Bathroom house, on a
multi-family lot in cul-de-sac -
$148,000.00 O.N.O.

Apartment Buildings

Yamacraw Close Duplex 1- 2
Bedrooms 2 Baths and 1 - 2
Bedrooms 1 Bath, with central
air, landscaped and fenced in
yard, security bars and private
driveway - $278,000.00

Carmichael Breeze Duplex 1-
3 Bedrooms 2 Baths and 1- 2
Bedrooms 1 Bath -
$260,000.00 O.N.O

Hanna Road Two Storey Tri-
plex up to Belt course 1- 3
Bedrooms 3 Baths and 2 - 2
Bedrooms 1 Bath =
$220,000.00

Off Joe Farrington Road Tri-
plex- 2 Bed 1 Bath in each unit
- $278,000.00

Golden Gates #1 Triplex 1- 2
Bedrooms 1 Bath and 2 - 1
Bedroom 1. Bath $220,000.00
O.N.O

Condos/Townhouses

Cable Beach Villas Condo 1
Bedroom 1 Bath fully furnished
- $143,000.00

Westwind Gated Community
- Two Condos 2 Bedrooms 2.5
Baths up to belt course -
$195,000.00 each unit or com-
plete building $390,000.00

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 Im-
pact Windows, Central Air, Pri-
vate Playground - $319,000.00












Venice Bay Townhouse - 2
Bedrooms: 2.5 Baths with pri-
vate back: yard and deck
-$223,000.00

High Point Estates - 3 Bed-
rooms 2.5 Bathrooms, Granite
countertops,’ Wood Kitchen
Cabinets, Wood floors, Fridge,
Stove, Dishwasher, Central Air,
Hilltop, Lakeview - $310,000.00
or rent-at $1,900.00 monthly

ommercial Buildi

Abundant Life Road Two Sto-
rey Building Up~to Belt, 14
Apartments. and Shop Down-

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ighthous' &
Investments
Telephone:
341-391 1/465-8344/426-7587

Commercial Buildings

Carmichael Road 1,100 sq ft
building on a 100 x 200 lot -
$500,000.0

oO

Ragged Island Street Two
Storey Building - $174,000.00

Faith Avenue - | Restaurant
with an attached 2 Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms apartment. -
$330,000.00, with an additional

75 x 98 lot for $110,000.00
O.N.O. :
Famil land

Exuma 2 lots 80 x125 Hilltop
witht: Sea Views - $46,000.00
eac

James Cistern Eleuthera 40
acres with rocky beach shore-
line - $2,020,000.00 O.N.O.
Freeport Windermere near new
C.0.B campus, acre
multi-family lot
$48,000.000.N.O

Freeport Apartment Complex
32 -One Bedroom Units 4 -Two
Bedrooms Units on 1 ‘acre
property - $2.2 million O.N.O.
or 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
$66,000.00/ 2 Bedrooms 1
Bathroom $82,000.00

Freeport, Balusa Park - 5
Multi-faniily Lots - each
@$19,000.00 O.N.O.

elantation Realty,

Boatswain Hill, Multi-Family
Lots,120 x 90 @ $138,000 and
a lot 157 x 75,with water view

great for town
house Investments, $145,000

Yuma Estates, Gated Commu-
nity,Single Family Lots @
$99,500 and Duplex Lots, @
$129,000

Off Cowpen_ Road,Fourplex
Lot. @ $120,000 and 6-Plex lot
@ $145,000

Jacaranda Subdivision,Sin-
gle Family Lot, in a gated com-
munity, perfect for that dream
residence $168,000

Twin Lakes, Single Family Lot,
situated Off Skyline Drive 90 x
140, ideal for that dream home
$165,000 O.N.O
Tel: 325-7692/3 or 323-5626
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EXCLUSIVES

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

CORAL VISTA! Residential lot
pelig 75' x 120 in this quiet
and ‘family oriented neighbour-
hood. Great location just far
enough away’ yet close to
beaches and within easy ac-
cess of all necessities. Web
Ref: 563880. Price: $135,000
ELEUTHERA! Waterfront prop-
erty in the exclusive, unspoiled
area of Whale Point. Dramatic
rocky shores & serene
beaches grace this area. Just
across the harbour from. fa-
mous Harbour Island. Web
Ref: 564386 Price: $175,000
GLENISTON GARDENS! Well
designed 2bd/2bt home with
tiled floors, tongue & groove
ceilings, eat-in kitchen,
washer/dryer, cedar lined
walk-in closet and bonus
room. Storage shed in spa-
cious yard. Web Ref: 564509
Price: $279,000 .
MALCOLM ALLOTMENTS!
Become your own landlord at
this. centrally located 6-plex.
All units currently rented. 5
one-bedroom, one bathroom
units and 1 two-bedroom, one
bathroom unit. Web Ref:
564049. Price: $400,000
SANDYPORT! With 9,662SF
and 206 feet of canal frontage;
there is ample room to. build
the ‘home of your dreams in
the newest section of Sandy-
port. Web Ref: 564362. Price:
$500,000

CAVES POINT! Well main-
tained and_ beautifully —fur-
nished 3bd/3bt condo. offers
spectacular ocean views and
luxurious living. In a secure,
gated- community with great
features and amenities. eb
Ref: 564390. Price: $835,000
SANDYPORT! Executive
5bd/4.5bt home is a rare find.
Private. heated pool, expan-
sive. wrap around balconies,
canal views surround 60 feet
of. private docking space. An
entertainer's orig Web Ref:
564446 Price: US$1.4

FOR SALE
WESTERN SHORES! New
subdivision with single family
lots being offered at $128,000

and multi-family lots at
$131,000. All utilities will_ be
underground. Web Ref:

563490. Price: $128,000+
CABLE BEACH! New devéelop-
ment with 2,000 SF of living
space: with upscale finishes.
3bd/2.5bt, modern living/dining
area that is open to the
kitchen, front & rear balconies,
cozy private patio & 1 car ga-
rage.. Web Ref: 564521.
Price: $495,000
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CABLE BEACH! Spacious
2bd/2bt condo in gated com-
munity on the water front with
panoramic views. Lots of ex-
tras. Offered comfortably fur-
nished. Wrap-around balcony.
Web Ref: 564412. Price:
$545,000 s

GAMBIER! Prime land’ out of
the hustle and bustle of Nas-
sau, great for a small subdivi-
sion. or your estate home.
3.065 acres. Web_ Ref:
564378 Price: $800,000
LYFORD CAY! Unit in perfect.
condition features 3bd/Sbt, a
living and dining room, kitchen
and laundry room along with a
very expansive private patio.
All top of the line fixtures and
finishes including. hurricane
windows/doors. 2 parking
spaces, storage room, gym,
pool, Jacuzzi and nature path.

Ideal for those looking for
carefree living. Web Ref:
9768. Pricé: $2.05M

FOR RENT
BACARDI RD! Brand new

2bd/2bt apt. Tiled floors and
open. kitchen with granite
countertops, appliances, ceil-
ing and water and electricity
included. Web Ref: 564438
Price: $900 p/m :

SANDYPORT! 1bd/1ibt condo
with private patio and unob-
structed views of the canal.
Recently decorated, fully fur-
nished with new kitchen count-
ers, tiled floors in living room &
wood floors in bedroom. Web
Ref: 564683. Price: $1,800

p/m

PARADISE IS! Comfortably
furnished 2bd/2bt villa with a
large private patio. Vaulted
wood-beam ceiling, tiles
throughout, central a/c newly
renovated bathrooms. Web
Ref: 564445 Price: $2,000

p/m

PORT NEW PROVIDENCE!
Spacious 2bd/2.5bt waterfront
townhouse in private gated
community with pool, beach &
tennis courts. Features include
French doors, waterfront patio,
fully equipped kitchen, central
a/c, washer/dryer and access
to _a dock. Web. Ref: .7262.
Price: $3,500 p/m :

PARADISE ISLAND! Luxury
penthouse beautifully —_fur-
nished in excellent condition

located on harbour with pool.
Features include 2 balconies,
open floor plan, upscale fin-
ishes, central a/c, and spa-
cious master. suite. Web Ref:
9342. Price: $4,500 p/m
SEAPOINTE! This end unit is
one of the largest townhouses
with 2;850SF, 4bd/2:5bt is
bright, airy, spacious’ and in
immaculate * condition with
beautiful ocean views on each
floor. Covered canal front
patio. Web Ref:. 564595.
Price: US$5,500 p/m

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs



THE TRIBUNE

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SERENITY
Tranquil and exclusive gated
community in Western New
Providence offering and af-
fordable lifestyle loaded with
amenities including kids play-
grounds, pools, tennis courts,
basketball courts, club house
and more. Single family lots
starting at a mere $85k secure
yours now.
SERENITY ESTATE LOTS
Large residential parcels rang-
ing from 30,500 sq. ft. to
42,821 sq. ft. starting at only
$250k — build your dream
home today.
SAFFRON HILL :
Luxury community opposite Or-
ange Hill Beach provides a
calming lifestyle within this ex-
clusive community. Amenities
include swimming pool and
tennis courts. Asking $175k
NORMANS CAY ACREAGE
Four adjacent lots in world fa-
mous Normans Cay, Exuma
totaling just under 2 acres with
panoramic. ocean views and
414ft on the Exuma Sound
don’t miss out on your oppor-
tunity to own a_ slice of
heaven. Asking 1.6 million
TIKI VILLA NORMANS CAY
Fabulous remodeled 3 bed 3.5
bath beachfront villa in Nor-
mans Cay with amazing ocean
views. Asian inspired interior
design this villa comes fully
furnished and equipped with
designer touches such as IPE

wood flooring and marble
baths. 2 million
STAPLEDON GARDENS

HOME Well maintained 3 bed
3 bath home on landscaped
property with fruit bearing
trees. This home comes
equipped with dual central a/c
units, covered entry and rear
porch and a two car garage.
Selling for $350k -

JUBILEE GARDENS HOME

3 bed 2 bath well maintained
home with automatic stand by
generator, tank-less water
heater, ranite countertops,
honey oak cabinets, stainless
steel appliances, hurricane im-
pact windows, well water sys-
tem, storage shed and land-
scaped yard this home is a
steal at $210k

SHIRLEY STREEET COM-
MERCIAL BUILDING

Looking for that ideal commer-
cial investment — look no fur-
ther’ with this Commercial
Plaza ideally located for your
income generating investment
with four shop spaces each
with open space floor plan and
bathrooms to rent out. The
ground floor unit also has an
office area. The building has
fixed glass shop fronts that are
secure with-security bars and
the ground floor’ units have
controlled entrances with mo-

tion sensors. Each shop
space is climate controlled
with central air. $450k

PHONE: 323-8000 /
E-MAIL:
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RINGS REALTY
Venice Bay Lot
14,910 sq. ft. residential lot
with access to ocean views.
A steal at $130k

SALES

SEAWELL MANOR SUB:
This Single family 3 bed, 2.5
bath home, is in a quite neigh-
borhood. This 2463 sq. ft.
hame_ is
tained, includes a separate liv-
ing, family and dining. room,
very spacious. kitchen, re-
cessed lighting, storage room,
security bars, and _ separate
laundry room. $316,000.00

CAREFREE CONDO: This
lovely 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom
condo is being sold fully fur-
nished and offers a view of the
ocean, has beach access and
pool. It is well maintained and
tastefully furnished. The
kitchen features solid wood
cabinets, Corian counter tops
and stainless steel ‘appliances.
The main living, dining and
kitchen areas are tiied and the
bedrooms are carpeted. Each
“bedroom has an en suite bath
and the master bedroom has a
walk in closet. There are laun-
dry facilities on site. FYI - This
building does not allow chil-

dren or __ pets. Asking
$349,500.
CABLE BEACH: 2 bed, 2

bath apartment with spacious
living and dining room and the
only unit with a personal utility
room. Swimming pool at en-
trance of the complex. Asking
$259,000. «
GARDEN HILLS HOME: 3
bedroom, 2.5 bath 2,069 sq. ft.
split level home. Features in-
clude central air, granite coun-
tertops, porcelain tiles, alarm
system, covered garage and
home was recently renovated.
Asking $310,000
BAHAMIA WEST LOT:
20,775 sq. ft. lot asking
$217,000 a steal of a deal as
large lots in the West are a
rare find — don’t miss this deal.
RENTALS
EAST BAY STREET COM-
MERCIALThis 2 story com-
mercial/office building is com-
prised of 2,698 square feet.
For rent at $24.72 per square
foot / CAM charge at $4.00
per square foot. Includes pri-
vate offices, spacious open
floor plan, his/her bathrooms,
parking For 30+ cars, private
entrance and exit gates, secu-
rity and generator.
YAMACRAW HILL ROAD: 1 -
One bedroom, one bathroom
for rent unfurnished $600.00 a
month
YAMACRAW HILL ROAD: 1-
Two bedroom, one bathroom
for rent unfurnished $750.00 a
month
YAMACRAW HILL ROAD: 1-
Townhome style 2 bedroom,
1.5 bathroom for rent $900.00
a month

PHONE: 323-8000 /
E-MAIL:
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VACANT LAND

SOUTH OCEAN - Fourplex
lots in community near the Al-
bany and South Ocean devel-
opment 65X131 (8,528 sq ft)
$129,000.00 Web Ref: 8644
HANNA ROAD (WATERVIEW)
Great duplex lots in the eastern
district and has access to the
water. $87,500.00 Web Ref:
8643

MALCOLM ALLOTMENT -
Low rental occupancy is what
this area delivers making this
large 4-plex lot a sound invest-
ment property (90x100)
$65,000.00. Web Ref: 8616
HIGH VISTA -Single family lot

in great community 11,154
square feet. $150,000.00 Web
Ref:

BALFOUR ESTATES - Carmi-
chael Road, West New Provi-

dence, Propert.y size 10,140
SF $100,000.00. Web Ref:
8510

HIGH POINT ESTATES - Off
JFK, Gated Triplex Lot, 8,324
SF $125,000.00. Web Ref:
8665

WESTWINDS- Love’ Beach,
West Winds, elevated home-
site, 8,158 SF, $120,000.00.
Web Ref: 8544
CORAL HARBOUR
ern canal lots, a
dream. 4 lots starting at
$219,000.00. Web Ref: 8575
BLUE HILL SOUTH

Duplex lot sold out subdivision
60x100 $85,000.00 Web Ref:
8636

MULTI-FAMILY BUILDINGS
GOLDEN ISLES TRIPLEX
Well built and well maintained
triplex that is fully rented
$275,000.00. Web Ref: 8661
MALCOLM ALLOTMENT
FOUR-PLEX - Have your ten-
ants pay your mortgage in this
large four-plex

$269,000.00. Web Ref: 8622
COLONY VILLAGE - Four unit
apartment complex would be a
great buy for the aspiring in-
vestor. Call for more info

oe) 000.00. Nyce Ref: 8615

WESTRIDGE CONDOS. -
These units will absolutely not
last long, these units are fully
furnished and the complex has
a pool, basketball, and tennis
court.
1 bed $110,00.00 web ref:8637
2 bed $186,000.00 #8641
VIZCAYA
Brand New_ development in
north westridge with spectacu-
lar 2 bed units in a gated com-
munity. Property is a must see
$269,900.00 #8521
NASSAU EAST
Prince Charles Drive, 2 bed, 2
bath Shakora condo, 888 SF
$160,000.00. Web Ref: 8336
HIGH POINT ESTATES -
Brand new 3 bed, 2.5 bath
townhouses in an established
ated community
275,000.00. Web Ref: 8584

We Sell Value.
CALL: 242-677-8255
MARIOCAREYREALTY.COM

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boater's

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Lo eas

MCKINNEY CONDO - Large 4
bed, 3.5 bath condo is the best
option for an upgrade

$363,000.00. Web Ref: 8613
DUNMORE COURT TOWN-
HOUSE -.South Ocean, Dun-
more Court Townhouse, 4 bed,
3.5 bath, 2;200 SF
$499,000.00. Web Ref: 8520



‘HOME
RIDGELAND PARK - South
New Providence, newly reno-
vated 3 bed 1 bath home is an
absolute steal and a_ perfect
starter home
$135,000.00. Web Ref: 8612
MALCOLM ALLOTMENT
Great starter home with 2 bed-
rooms 2 bathreoms
$145,000.00. Web Ref: 8623
HOLLYWOOD SUBDIVISION
South New Providence 2 bed 1
bath. Property size: 5,000 SF
$190,000.00. Web Ref: 8564.
GLENISTON GARDENS - 3
bed, 2 bath on large 11,000 SF
lot. Fixer upper with lots of po-
tential. Make an offer!
$200,000.00, Web Ref: 8395.
WINTON MEADOWS - Charm-
ing 4 bed, 3.5 ‘bt family home
on a corner lot. Offered turnkey
and priced to sell!
$349,000. Web Ref: 8662
QUAIL ROOST RIDGE FIRE
SALE Brand New 4 bed 3
bath home being sold for half
of its value.
$585,000.00. Web Ref: 8629

RENTALS
WEST WINDS - Brand new 2
bed, 2 bath, apartment in pres-
tigious Westward Villas. 12,000
sq.ft. of-living apace with stove,
washer, tye and
water all included. "$1, 100 per
month. Web Ref: 8605
BAY CROFT Water View
Condo - Newly renovated 1 bed
1 bath 3rd floor ,condo on
Eastern Road. Full use of
condo facilities such as pool,
laundry facilities and close
proximity to Harbour Bay
Shopping Centre. $1,350 per
month. Web Ref: 8606
PROSPECT RIDGE Lovely
turn-key 2 bed, 2_ bath
apartment in Prospect Ridge.
Spacious rooms, utility closet,
pool and controlled entrance.
$1,400 per’ month. Web Ref:
8552 :

HAMPSHIRE COURT Fully
furnished 2 bed, 1
townhouse in a gated complex
in Cable Beach
$2,000/mth. Web Ref: 8677
WESTWARD VILLAS - Spa-
cious 3 bed. 2 bath home lo-
cated in a quiet area in the
west near .the cable beach
strip. Fully furnished and _ fea-
tures a washer and a dryer,
central ira and.a generator.
$2,500 per. month. Web Ref:
8618
SANDYPORT - Fully furnished
2 bed and 2.5 bath canal front
tow-home located in Sandy
Port. Features up and down
stairs balconies views of the
canal (dock space available).
$3,000/month. Web Ref: 8619
We Self Vaiue.

CALL: 242-677-8255

MARIOCAREYREALTY.COM

( JACK ISAACS )

REALTY



EST. 1978 ee AS
BATIAMIAN PROF

HIGH POINT MANOR: Spa-
cious 3° bed 2.5 bath town-
house in Gated Community.
New construction. Granite
kitchen counter tops, Oak cabi-
nets. $299,000.00

EASTERN RD. TOWNHOUSE:
Panoramic Oceanviews 3 bed,
3 bath. Living and dining areas
extend to terrace. Loft with full
bathroom. beautiful pool, laun-
dry facilities, seconds from
beach. $399,000.00

OLDE TOWN SANDYPORT
TOWNHOUSE: 3 bed 3 bath
home in Gated Community.
Canal and lagoon views. Lo-
cated close to shopping,
schools and_— entertainment.
$499,000.00

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a

DELAPORT TOWNHOUSE:
Oceanfront 3 bed 2 bath town-
house with ocean views from
every room. Stand-by genera-
‘tor. Gated community in Cable
Beach area. $595,000.00

LOTS

FOX HILL: Approximately
6,100 sq ft lot with duplex belt
course. $92,000.00

YAMACRAW Single family
lots approximately 6,253 Sq.
Ft. Starting $95,000.00

LOTS:
approxi-
Starting

CORAL HARBOUR
Single family _ lots
mately 8,000 Sq. Ft.
$99,000.00

WEST BAY ST. SAFFRON
HILL: Single Family lots start-
ing $175,000.00

Sandy Beach ROSE ISLAND
LOTS: Great lots 100’ beach-
front. Approx. 13,350 sq ft.
$180,000.00 Each °

MULTI FAMILY WEST LAKE
PLANTATION: 9,100 Sq. Ft.
Lots starting $200,000.00

BEACHFRONT LOT — OCEAN
CLUB ESTATES-EXCLUSIVE:
Unique lot with white sandy
beach in Exclusive Gated
Community on Paradise Island.
$4,990,000.00

JACK ISAACS

REAL ESTATE

CALL: 322-1069
oO

info @bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

FOR SALE BY.OWNER

Commercial property
Virginia St., near town
1 block off Beach with |
ocean view 3 Apts on
property —
asking $250,000.00 or
nearest offer.
Tel 424-3368



THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 27
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Tel: 325-7692/3 or 323-5626
plantationrealty @live.com

Pinewood Gardens, Single
Family Lot,SO x 100,ldeal for
that starter home, $65,000

Malcolm Allotment, Multi
Family Lots,50 x 100,Ildeal for
duplex complex,$65,000

Springfield Road, Single Fam-
ily Lot,60 x 100,$79,000

Victoria Gardens,Single Fam-
ily Lot,60 x 100,with approved
plans for a spacious 2 bed 2
bath home $79,000

Nassau Village, Multi-Family
Lot,with approved plans for a
triplex,$78,000

Pinewood Gardens,Single
Family Lot, 50 x 150,ideal for
that Home Owner who de-
mands

spacious yard- $79,000
Bamboo Town, Multi Family
Lot,60 x 100,$79,000 .

Dorsetiville, Multi
Lots,60 x 100,$75,000

Family

Hanna Road, Duplex Lots, ina
new development near the wa-
ter,$85,000

Off Blue Hill Rd Sth,Multi
Family Lot,70 x 100,ideal for an
Apartment Complex,$85,000

Miller's Height, Great Triplex
Lot for $85,000

Off Cowpen Road, Duplex
Lot,6,500 sq. ft.,in a new subdi-
vision ideal for your dream du-
plex units $85,000

Golden Gates, Single Family
Lot,60 x 100, a nice lot to build
a 3 or 4 bedroom home
upon, $75,000

Firetrail Rd West, Multi Family
Lots,50 x 135,$90,000

Sea _ Breeze _ Estates,Single
Family Lot,100 x 100,
$115,000

West Wind, Single Family

Lot,60 x 100,in a gated com-
munity,$115,000 O.N.O°

South Beach, Fourplex lot with
approved plans, you could live
in one unit and collect rent from
three units, $120,000

Tropical Gardens,Fourplex
Lot,110 x 100,$125,000

Nassau East South, Single
Family Lots,80 x 120,with bear-
ing fruit trees, $125,000

Tel: 325-7692/3 or 323-5626
plantationrealty @ live.com



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3 CONTAGIOUS LOTS
30,000 sq. ft total)
Bahama Sound #7,
Great Exuma. Infrastructure
on street. $22,000 per lot
Phone:242-434-5513



3-BED, 1-BATH,
-Malcom Allotment
$140,000
Ph: 322-5125 or 434-9052

3-BED, 2 BATH HOUSES

STARTING FROM $110,000
PH: 394-2002. FAX: 394-6100

50X100 VACANT LOT
OFF FARRINGTON ROAD
$55,000
PHONE: 322-5125, 434-9052
OR 432-6951

APARTMENT FOR SALE

4 Bedrooms, 2 1/2 Bath
2,500. sq ft,Own dock,
‘ Pool, Tennis court
Gated community
$310.000.00
1 (242) 359-5355

APT LOT FOR SALE

Ph:434-5331
50 x 130
Cowpen $85,000 O.B.0
All utilities in
Ask 4 Hanna

BEAUTIFUL BEACHFRONT
TOWNHOMES



Gorgeous oceanviews, ~
Located WINTON ESTATES
3,000sq,ft. tri-level,
3-bed, 2.5-bath
Car garage and much more.
Appraised at $670,000
will accept $589,000.
Rental $4,800.

Contact 1-242-552-0670.



FOR SALE BY OWNER

Newly constructed house in the
quiet neighborhood of Har-
mony Estates, off Carmichael
Road.

This: 1500 square foot home,
has three bedrooms a guest
bathroom, and a master bath-
room with a relaxing jacuzzi
tub. The garage enters the
kitchen ©. which has _— granite
counter tops, ROIs is tiled
throughout. must
see.$225,000 NET

Contact Winston @ 425-2199

REAL STE]

BUY OWNER OUT
@ $35,000 .
‘Duplex Lot 60x100
Venice Bay
Ph: 393-5218 or 428-0113



GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.

Cable Beach Lot for Sale.

Oceanfront lot 80 X 90. Ready
for house to be built.
$310,000.00 Great location,
access to pool & beach.

Ask for R.E. Barnes 327 0806

SMALL BUSINESS LOOKING
TO PURCHASE IN THE
DOWNTOWN, HAWKINS
HILL, DOWDESWELL
STREET, NASSAU STREET,
OR CENTREVILLE AREA
MIN SQ 1100
PRICE RANGE 250K.
SERIOUS VENDORS
CONTACT 326-1222

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
on Carmichael Road,
100x200, $250,000 Net.
Call Larry, 544-3714.

COWPEN ROAD WEST.
2-BED/11BATH APT for rent,
$650/mth, first, last & $300 sec
dep. Water, cable, a/c_in-
cluded. Phone 376-6083.

DEADMAN'S CAY,
LONG ISLAND: -
For sale by owner. 24,385 sq.
ft. lot (over half acre). .
“Under

Immediately behind

The Sun Marine Store”.

200 _ ‘ft from = main road.
$25,000.

Tel (Nassau): 467-2254

DUPLEX FOR SALE
near Twynam Heights.
2 2-bed, 1-bath.
Quiet area.

Must see to appreciate.
$165,000 net.
392-0706, 431-3300.

RECESSION LISTINGS
Allen Dr. off Carmichael
50x79 $49,000

Carmichael Rd. 50x75
$40,000 ‘

Royal Palm St. off Mackey St.
new 2Bedrm Hse.$145,000

Woods Alley off Markey St.
new 2Bedrm,2Bth,
house.$150,000

Yellow Elder corner lat,off
Bethel Ave. 3Brm,1bth Hse.
$110,000

Elizabeth Est. corner

lot,3Bedrm, 2bth house.

$135,000

Ask about da recession special
434-2044





WA ss
VISTA 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 $550,000

plu): x

50x100
SOuth of Soldier Rd
Paved Be

all utilities

Bank iaeitatte available
Call 422-4489,325-1325

HOME PACKAGES
Three bedrooms, two bath-
rooms @ $152,500
Duplex starts @ $184,350..
triplex packages area also
available.
Telephone contacts:326-5976

PROPERTY FOR SALE

Multi family large lot
; 169"x90 -
(15,169 sq, ft)
“Build 6-12 apartments
Lumumba Ldne
Tel:6775385/324-6135

~ FOR SALE BY OWNER

3-bed, 2-bath, Golden Gates,
encl yard, a/c, sec bars,
well maintained, must see to
appreciate. $205,000.
Ph 556-8144.
.

FOR SALE
Gated Single Family Lots
Located South West Ridge
Size:60x130, $105,000 Net.
Call 376-9590, 434-3549
FOR SALE
Commercial Property
w/rental income
Mt Royal Ave &.Clifton Street
3,500sq.ft - $100;000 Net.
Phone:364-6178 /426-2862.

a
| wal
100% SNS cle

to qualified Government employees

Avocado Gardens, has a 2,560-5






Centrally focated off Carmichael Road, this large 2,366 sq. ft. “property on Chafer Court,
ft. ‘triplex with charm and income e appeals Owner has
~ arranged Bank Financing for quali ied Government workers.

> Monthly mortgage payment $2,550.00°
» Potential rental income $2,100.00 monthly.

REAL ESE .

HIGHBURY PARK:
House For Sale by Owner
2 bed, 1 bath & bedroom apt/
efficiency
Asking $199,900
225-1832, 544-1955, 425-1999

PROPERTY FOR SALE

in CALF SUBDIVISION,
off Cowpen Road.
All utilities are in. $72,000
for approximately 5,800sq.ft.
Call 324-1413, or 456-0001.

PROPERTY FOR SALE

FREEPORT
Size 168x178x49
Utilities in place.

$30,000 O.N.O
Call 373-3362 / 443-6713

PROPERTY FOR SALE

High Vista: Multi-family
Eastern Road
6,000 sq. ft.or larger
Call 427-3776

FOR SALE
Beautiful entertainment centre
Asking $250. To view
Mt Vernon, off Eastern Road.
Tel:364-7276.

4 FOR SALE
Tyler Street, Chippingham
‘Lot with foundation.
Size: 50x100 $50,000 Net.
Tel 436-5651.

NEW 2 BED, 2.5 BATH

TOWNHOUSE
Eastern District
$230,000.00
Ph:445-7714 or 558-7020

TRIPLEX LOT
in gated community,
Coral Harbour
Quick Sale
Call Larry Adams, 544-3714.

R SALE

es FO
WESTRIDGE: 1.0148 Acre Lot,
Serious enquiries

$330K Net.
only. Call 457-4185 to view.

HOUSE FOR SALE

Brand new 3 bed, 2.5 bath, _
Yuma Estate west.
Tel: 422-5662 /364-0442

HOUSE FOR SALE BY
OWNER
Fully urnished,
3-bedrooms,2-bathrooms.
Adelaide Gardens Subdivision.
Please contact 422-3741 for
further informtion

“SSSR

Call: 448-2137



BAHAMAS

J RORICAL,
- ReawrY

LOTS
* Bellot Rd. Duplex lots
$85,000 with $4,250 deposit.
Good rental area!

* Adelaide ‘Duplex & Triplex
lots overlooking Adelaide
Pond. Prices start @ $80,000
with $4,000 down.

* Twynam Heights 80x146
Residential lot. Price reduced
to $160,000 with $8,000 down.

* Killarney Shores Near to
South Westridge Approxi-
mately 10,000 sq.feet residen-
tial lots starting @ $132,000.

Wayne Wells
Bahamas Tropical Realty
(242) 327-1102



FOR SALE

New 2-bedrm townhouse in
Bahama Sound 11, Exuma
On Main road, 5 mins from
George Town, across street
from sea. Fully furnished with
appliances (‘turn-key’)
Front and back porch,
landscaped.

Ideal as retirement home, or
vacation home with good
Income potential.

List Price $175,000
Call Mr.Neely 477-1153




















VV AN

PURCHASE
FROM OWNER
A piece of property in
Eastern Estates or
Eastwood Subdivion
Call: 392-2473,
428-7581

SOUTH OCEAN
Multi-family, 1/3-acre, Hill-top
lot, near Blue Shark Golf Club.

’ $300K Gross

For Sale by Owner.

324-2562.



LOTS FOR SALE
Off St Vincent Road. $75, 000.
Call 356-5978, or 376-7553.

ie n° laey. a3
MULTI-FAMILY LOT
10,566sq.ft.
Westridge Ea North -
paved road, ‘underground
utilities. Ideal, for 4 condos.
$159,000.00
Bank Financing available.
Telephone 325-1325,
422-4489, 477-0200.










THE TRIBUNE




ST ALBAN’S DRIVE. Newly
refurbished 2 bedroom, 1.5
bath, condo in courtyard
setting. Single storey bldg.
Kitchen appliances, granite _

counter tops, washer dryer,
$127,000. Bank Financing
avail. $6,500 down.
Tel 325-1325, 422-4489,
477-0200.



TOWNHOUSE STYLE
CONDOMINIUM
Three bed, 2.5 bath
(large master suite and
-bath)open living area and
garage, or two bed, 2.5 bath
with spacious kitchen and living
area. Each unit 1,925 sq. ft.
West Bay St in secure gated
communnity w/ pool & tennis

- court, 24 hour security.
Preconscruction $299,000.
Complete $350,00
Ph: 676-2107

FOR SALE BY OWNER

Owner will Finance
Commercial Property-Building
For business.

441- Stai> Road 7
1310 South Siate Road 7
Hollywooc, Fl 33023°
954-404-2410, Julie

FOR SALE BY OWNER

Tropical Gardens. Triplex.



Master suit, 3-bed & 3 -bath.
2-2-bed,1 baths attached,
newly buiit, © years old.

Serious inquiries please
1-242-458-7930 Nathania
Lewis

Vacant Petite =
Houscs, eeu lexes/3-plexes
: Apartments *

Commercial Properties
We Saat alte) —i-) | i

Please call BET. ov
393-1183 rol g 557-3225

LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER
Total Sq. Ft 4,518 Milton Street

$33,000
Ph: 341-5949
FOR SALE
Property For Sale

Out West. interested.
Contact: 327-6214

LOT FOR SALE #363
GOLDEN GAES #2
Tel 425-0831.

FOR SALE BY OWNER

Single Family
100 x 60
Wesitwinds Subdivision
$115,000.00
Phone: 424-0035

HOUSE FOR SALE
Sbed 1bath ($160,000)Net.
House for rent 3 bed 1 bath

house by itself fenced in yard
asking $900.00 first and last
$450.00 security deposit.
Call 397-1720 between
8:30 to 5:30.



THE TRIBUNE



MULTI-FAMILY PROPERTY
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Located St. Vincent Road
West! 8051-sq.ft
$88, 000 0.B.0

Phone: 327- 8276,429-4680,
395-8733

VENICE BAY

Ocean front lots starting @

$450,000

Fourplex Lots” starting @
$151,000

Canal front lots starting @
$275,000

Elevated lots starting @
$150,000 ,
Residential lots starting @

$140,000

Oceab front lot zone for 20
rooms. Hotel or other
commercial use $550,000

Bank or on spot in-house
financing up tp 25 years

Contact us at Venice Bay’s
Sales Office
Nassau, Bahamas

_ Email:
venicebay @coralwave.com
or our website
venicebaybahamas.com



BLUE HILL ROAD SOUTH
~ Across from Little Prince and
- Princesses

Price: $650,000
Size: 120 x 200
Contacts: 467-4013 or
323-6249





BLAIR: One _ bedroom, one
bath, fully furnished, new, a/c,
fridge, washer, dryer.
557- 1 369.

PALM TREE AVE, spacious
1-bedroom apt. Includes water,
a/c, washing facilities, stove,
security bars and blinds
$600p.m. Security Deposit
$200.Phone: 327-6899

BLAIR ESTATE TOWN
HOUSE for rent brand new and
fully furnished end unit
priced for only 2000.00 P/M.
Two bed, one and a half bath,
laundry room.

Unit is approx. 13800 square
feet. call 376-5422

1- BATH APT, off
Gladstone Road.
Security system, fridge,

stove, ceiling fans,
water, included. Call
325-5228 after 5:30pm.
Must see!!

E- mail:

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REAL ESTATE

www. crabshamas.com
4706 Nautica: Well maintained
3 bed, 2.5 bath. condo with
granite counters in the kitchen,
A/C, enclosed back
patio, wrap around deck, com-
munal pool and_ kid's play-
ground. $4,000 p/m

5693 St. Andrew's Beach Es-
tates: Great 2 bed, 1.5 town-
home with central A/C, alarm
system, washer/dryer, fully
equipped kitchen. Offered fully
furnished. $1,400 p/m

5741 Dowdeswell St.: Office
space for rent. 1,200 sq. ft. of
air-conditioned space, 5 of-
fices, reception area, 2 bath-
rooms, security screens, 5
parking spaces, C.A.M. $2,400
p/m

5602 Prospect Ridge: Taste-
fully furnished 2 bed, 1 bath
apartment featuring tiled floors,
washer & dryer, air condition-
ing, and = swimming pool.
$1,400 p/m

5758 Coral Vista: Beautiful 3
bed, 2.5 bath home in quiet

area. Features granite counter-

tops, central A/C, hurricane
windows. laminate flooring and
immaculate bathrooms. $3,500
p/m

1186 Orchard Terrace: Nice
family townhome located in a
quiet and _ centrally located
neighborhood. Features _in-
clude 2 beds, 1.5 baths, swim-
ming pool and air-conditioning.
$1, 200 p/m

5738 Treasure Cowe: Ocean-
front home with 4 beds, 3.5
baths in gated community.
Open plan kitchen & living ar-
eas, master suite with balcony,
pao. with ocean views. $4,000
p/m

5723 Montagu Villas: Charm-
ing townhouse with 2 beds, 1.5
baths, back patio great for
BBQ's, communal pool, hard-
wood and tiled floors. Offered
semi-furnished. $1,500 p/m

5692 Gladstone Road: Lovely
2 bed, 4 bath unit with water in-
cluded, spacious yard, large
living room, washer & dryer
hookups and ceiling fans. Of-
fered unfurnished. $850 p/m

5756 Harbour Mews: Fur-
nished 2 ‘bed, 2 bath town-
house in gated community. Of-
fers central A/C, washer &
dryer, flat screen tv, laundry fa-
cilities and private beach.
$2,000 p/m

ERA Dupuch Real Estate
Tel: 242-393-1811
Fax: 242-394-1453

info @erabahamas.com
ww.erabahamas.com




anne -FOR RENT FORRENT |

FOR RENT
2 bedrooms, 1 bath, central air,
ceiling fans, remote gate acess

APARTMENT FOR RENT .
in a centrally located area,
near bus route, partly
furnished, enclosed yard,
security alarm, water, light.
Perfect hide away for a bache-
lor or young ambitious couple.
Only secured job holders need
apply.-323-0955.
$150 per week. Bring $600
and move in today.

APARTMENT FOR RENT
$650.00. Water and_ cable
Charleston Street, A/C, ceiling,
fan .Tel 326-0406.

ATTRACTIVE 1- BEDROOM
FURNISHED APT.
Cozy yet spacious, a/c bed-
room, enclosed grounds,
off Mackey St, $590/pm.
394-0967/436-9097 °

BEAUTY SALON
COWPEN ROAD
FOR RENT / LEASE
Hair Booth $85.00 weekly
Nail Booth $65.00 weekly
Phone 341-3914/558-6484.

COWPEN.: RD: Fairly new 2
bed,1 bath, water/cable, phone
ready. Security bars, ceiling
fans, a/c, nicely landscaped &
fenced in- $675 per month 1st,
last plus $460‘security deposit.
Ph: 341-3904 & 557-2490

DELAPORT BEAUTIFUL
APARTMENT
Sixth floor, excellent sea views.
Furnished 2-bed, 2-bath,
security; pools, on the ocean
$2,500.per month. 424-1738

DOWNTOWN CONDO

2-bed, 1-bath, fully furnished,
spacious ‘condo including wa-
ter, cable,; phone & internet,
24-hour Secuirty, washing fa-
cilities on. site. $1,350/mth,
available .- aug 2010, tel
425-6711...

EFFICIENCY APT, very small
Sah Souci . $500 per month,
semi furnished, utilities
included, internet.1 person
only., Ph: 448-9788



CABLE BEACH,
3-BED, 3 1/2- BATH,
TOWN HOUSE, AVC,

FULLY FURNISHED, POOL,
ELEC GATES, EXECUTIVE
QUALITY, CLOSE TO BEACH,
SHOPPING, BUS.
SEVERAL AVAI.
$2,200 TO $2,500.
327-2694, 557-8980.

BEAUTY SALON
For rent or lease
or Hair/Nail/Barber booth
for rent price negotiable
including utilities
Cowpen Road.
Tel:341-3914/558-6484.

2-BEDROOM APT, security
gate with intercom. Off Bernard
Rd. Water & cable included.
$700 per month, $500 sec
dep. Ph:456-0460/324-6917

2-BEDROOMS, fully furnished

incl: Water, air-condition 'bed-

rooms, $800 per month.
Serious enquiries only.
364-7882, 7am-11pm.

Call 362-2270 to
sub-lease a shop space
30ft x 20ft in
Coral Harbor this space
in ideal for a doctor’s
office

CARMIGHAEL:

2-bed, 1-bath
apt for rent water include
$650.00 per month. $400 se-
curity. Phone 525--9520._ .

COLONY VILLAGE,
unfurnished 2-bed, 1 bath apt;
$750 p/m. '

1furnished,2-bed,2-bath apt,

$950 p/m. Includes's/bats,
s/lights,wall a/c,c/fan laundry
faci ities, water, 1st & last rent +

security, year lease.Phone
429-4725, 359-7039, [357- 8042

COMMON ae peor

Barbers, Hair Stitt Nail Tech.
Phone: 362-2284

EFFICIENCY- all To in-
cluded. $485 per ns $100
sec deposit. 361-641






3-BEDROOM, 2-BATH, unfur-
nished apt, Stapledon Gdns,
Util "rm, w/washer/fridge/stove,
alarm sys, sec bars, c/fans,
a/c, water. $1,300/pm, first/last/
$500 dep. -

Phone 424-1173, 424-6920.

EXECUTIVE HOME
LOCATED OFF WEST BAY
ST. 3-bedrooms, 2-bath,
kitchen, living room, dining
room, private patiom laundry
room, access to pool Air condii-
toned, and property fully
enclosed, Rent $2,000 p.m
Contact: 426-7405

EXECUTIVE HOME
LOCATED ON THE:
CANAL CORAL
HARBOUR 3-bedroom,
2-bath, living room, dining
room,landry'room, enclosed
yard, pool + private dock,
central a/c, rent $3,500
Contact: 426-7405

EXECUTIVE HOMES
PARADISE ISLAND
2-bedrooms, $1800,
3-bedrooms $4,000

EAST; $1,200, $1,500 and
$2,000.

WEST 2-bedroom, $1500,
3 bedroom $2,000, $3,800,
$2,5000. Much more
Tel:393-0868,393-2559 or
454-1230 Cell

EXTRA LARGE, nicely fur-
pehed 1 bed apt, carpet, ceil-
fans, a/c, ‘centrally located,
ovate subd, ! secure & quiet,
water & gas included.
Tel, cable: and ‘laundry avail.
Must see: to appreciate. $695,
or $680/pm. Phone 393-5014

COTTAGE FOR RENT OR
- SALE .
Gated COmmunity
Sits on multi-family lot

2-bedroom,1.5 bath
MOntague Villas

1,200.
Ph:427-6204

HUGE 2 BEDROOM
APARTMENT, $800/mth
quiet area, brand new.
Ph: 525-4879 or 502-0471





Fridge and stove, cable tv
, internet access,gas, water,
coin operated washing facilities
on premises
Adelaide Road/west of Coral
Lakes entrance
Contact:Mr. Russell
* Ph:242-362-0431
$850 per month

FOR RENT

Near Palmdale area. One
bedroom apts for one person
only. Basic furniture. Also two

rooms for commercial use.
Good character/job references

required. Tel:394-1846 and

393-3324

FULLY FURNISHED
1-bedroom and 2-bedroom
apartment in Mona and Hape
Road, Jamaican, 5 min for UWI
adequate water supply!!!
US $1200
Call:1876—382-3015,
jagga @cjamaica.com

FURNISHED 1-BEDROOIA

APT, burglar bars/ceiling fans,
a/c/water & light included, $700
monthly. Eastern Area.
Phone:324-3070

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY

all utilites including phone &
cable. $160/pw. Also furn A/C
room, all utilites including
phone cable and TV $180/pw
Phone 357-4753, 454-2148, or
436-6527.

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY
FOR RENT Water and light in-
cluded, $600/mth, first and last,
plus $250 sec dep. Call
393-6296. és

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY

Jasmine Gardens and Zion
Blvd near Prince William
School. Electricity, water and
cable included, $600/month
and $400 security deposit to
move in. Tel: 341-5644

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY

Yellow Elder.
Includes front room, bedroom,
kitchen, bathroom
FURNISHED efficiency,
Sea Breeze. Ph:364-8508

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY,

Eastern Estates, utilities in-
cluded,washer,dryer, fridge,
microwave, security bars,
$700 per month ors Aig per

week, $400
Phone:'455-7543 oF ‘432- 1658

FURNISHED ROOM
FOR RENT, private entrance,
$125, 1st, last + $250 security,
Collage Garden, off Prince
Charles. Ph: 324-4557

FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT. B/screens.
Private entrance. 341-4265.



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FOR RENT

FURNISHED: STUDIO,





1-bed-
room Rocky !Pine Rd, all utili-
ties, no kids/pets. Quiet mature
persons only; You must have a

car, $4000 to move in. $550
monthly. Phone: 434-8340 or
341-4365 i

- FURNISHED TOWNHOUSE
2-bed,1.5-bath, central-air &
back up ee enerator in a private
area, Located Adelaide.
Ph:558-5225

GARDENER HILLS #2,
spacious efficiency apt, utilities
included, $595 per month,
$300 dep. Call 325-5780.

HAIR & NAIL BOOTH
For Rent
Nail Booth



$
Call 432-0885.

HANNA ROAD Very large, 1

and 2-bedroom apartments, in- -
cludes water,security bars,

blinds, a/c and washing facili-

ties, $575 and $750 per month.

Security deposit $200. Phone

327-6899

IMPERIAL PARK: Spacious
1-bedroom efficiency for rent.
Utilities | included, | $700/pm.
phone 324-1991.

LARGE1 BEDROOM
apartment
(light/water/cable/fridge/stove/a
/c) $700p/m call
364-9327/455-5741/357-8380.

LEEWARD EAST- Very quiet
neighborhood. Beautiful town-
house. Must see to appreciate.
2-bedroom, 2.5-bath, fridge,
stove, washer, dryer included,
$1500 per month.

Call: 466-9323 anythime.
364-1734 (after 5 p.m)

LITTLE BLAIR TOWNHOUSE
2-bedroom,1.5 bathrooms,
semi-furnished,water included,
$975 per month. Please call
393-1883/393-2783

LOVELY, SPACIOUS
4-bedroom, 4-bath, gated,
alarm, pool, quist area, 1. min
from. beach, near Albany at
South Ocean.
362-5375, 322-9314,
455-7737.

at MARATHON: Private. room
for rent, utilities included.
$125.00 weekly.
Student/single female preferred
Phone 431-2565.

MONTAGU VILLAS, VILLAGE
~ ROAD, gated, beautiful
1-bedroom, furnished apt, a/c,
pool, wash house, parking, in-
cludes water +elec. $265(w).

422-0088

NASSAU EAST one bedroom
spacious apt, furnished, a/c,
security bars,water includd,
*$650/pm. No children/pets.

Ph:327-5472

NASSAU EAST: Furnished ef-
ficiency, light, water & cable in-
cluded. $480 per month. Phone
324-2277, 432-8004.



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NEAR P. I, 1-bedroom/1-bath,
furnished at $700,water
included, .no children, no pets.
Ph: 376-4881

NEW 1 BED ROOM APT.
CEILING FANS,LIGHT,
WATER,CABLE $600. . CALL
393-8264

NEW 1-BEDROOM APT,
furnished, light, water,
cable, $680 per month.

454-2349/341-2900.

NEW 2bedroom. townhouse in
Bahama Sound 11, Exuma on
main road, 5 mins from George
Town, across street from sea,
fully furnished’ with appliances
(turn-key). Front and = back
porch, landscaped.

Ideal as retirement home, or
vacation home with

NEW OFFICE SPACE
for lease 630 sq ft, Harrold Rd
West, move in ready (tiled,
painted, bathroom ipaures:
A/C, security keypad)
Ph: 356-7502

NEW RENOVATED one-bed-
room apt for rent, Sandilands
Road, ai-condition, stove and
utilities included. $625 monthly.
Call 324-0737.

NEW, SPACIOUS, 2-bedroom,
1-bath apartment, Gladstone
Road. incl: water/fridge/stove,

a/c/burglar bars. $750/pm
+$500 security. 341-6244 after
6pm, 558-3901 daytime.

NEWLY BUILT APT
1bed/1bath, semi-furnished
Contact: Smiths @ 341-5047,
423-2349, or 429-7329.

NEWLY RENOVATED,
8bed/2bath condominium
onWest Bay. Modern,
kitchen/baths, central a/c,
washer/dryer, swimming pool,
tennis courts, furnished,
$2,000/pm.

328-07 14/424-0314.
NEWLY, BUILT,
2-BED,1-BATH unfurnished
apt. Grantana Sub, s/bars, a/c

’ in bedrooms, washer
facilitiy, Water included, $700

p/m.1st, last + $400 s/d.
Ph: 436-2137, 362-2657

NICE APARTMENT, 2 bed, 1
bath, furnished, in. Highland
Park. Tel 325-5060. ~

NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
near Bay. Starting at $125.
All utilities included.
325-3939, 327-8271,

Cell 357-4214. x

NICELY, FURNISHED ROOM
FOR RENT

Malcolm Road West, House

#9. $380.00 per month. Water

& light included. Phone
436-7016.

OCEANFRONT VILLA
Fantastic views of ocean with
steps leading into the sea.
Private pool,fully enclosed with
alarm system,corian
kitchen, washer /dryer. $3,900

p.m
Tel:77-5385,324-6135
ONE BEDROOM APT for. rent

$475.00/wk. Water included.
Tall Pines. 557-8873



OCEANVIEW APARTMENT
for rent. Prince Charles Drive.
2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom.
Call 324-5897

OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD:

2-bed, 1-bath, $750/pm +$400
sec. incl: fridge/stove/blinds,
A/C/water, security bars,
2 adults, 1 child. Tel 544-7163.

OFF FAITH AVE NORTH,

Newly built one-bed, one-bath
apt. Incl: fridge, a/c, blinds,
ceiling fans, cable,
washer/dryer. Great fora
single person $595/mth.
Tel:425-0450

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT

Off Collins Ave/Centreville
Reduced from
$800 to $650/ month
Phone 477-3100

POOL TABLES, JUKE __.
BOXES, ETC FOR LEASE
MEGA TOUCHES.
CALL ‘455-1250

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 clans 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: 364-8072, 326-7218

ONE BED APT CENTREVILLE
area water, cable
$125/wk, 1st/last +$300 sec.
$550 to move-in.
Ph:326-6T75/468-8260

ONE BEDROOM APT ror rent
Water, light, fridge, stove, a/c,
$650 per month, $200 sec dep,
Off Bernard Road. Phone
677-4931, 395-5991,

ONE BEDROOM APT,
unfurnished,water included.

* Maria Drive and Dwilight Ave

off Cowpen Rd. Phone:
426-0128/361-7684

ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY

all utilities included,ceiling fan,
bars, tiles and NO KIDS.
$475/mth,1st & last month,
- $200 security.
Phone: 428-3351, 325-7428

ONE BEDROOM semi-
furnished apt in the Western
district,near beach and airport.
Very quiet/electricity and water
,included. Asking $950/pm.
Contact 327-7177 Mr. Stuart

ONE BEDROOM, fridge,stove,
front room set, a/c,water in-
cluded, $550, security $200.
Phone 394-7469, 535-9896

ONE BEDROOM, Prince Char-
les, furnished, water, light, ca-
ble, phone, $700 p/m. Phone:
454-4653 or 364-6921

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
TEL 502-0463, OR 428-3210

ONE-BEDRQOM APART-
MENT for rent “$550.a month,
store, a/c and water included.

Located in Johnson Road.

Call: 357-9477 for more info
ask for Mr Wells.

ONE BED, ONE BATH APT

unfurnished. Out East, elec,
cable, water, included.
$550/mth $300 sec dep
Phone 425-3003.

PINEWOOD GARDENS;

,1-B-rm Apt furnished, $150/wk
1-B-rm unfurnished $430/wk
No children. ‘Light/water incl.

392-1152 428-1935.

ROOMS FOR RENT
East Street, utilities included.
Phone: 558-3855

RAWSON COURT
Cable beach, gated community
with security, $2500 square
feet, 3-bed, 3.5 bath, ocean
view, pool and beach assess,
fully furnished,water included,
$3000 per month. Call
676-2903 for more info

Rent-To-Own $20,000 down

Camperdown/Sans Souci
area, 2-bed 21/2-bath, turnkey
townhouse felly furnished,
(office) second bedroom,
security systen//stainless steel
appliances/reocessed(ighting,
W&D/generator, landscaped
yard, 2-car driveway, In-suite
master bath, $2,550/month.
324-9150/324-8527.

SUMMER SPECIAL
Two bedroom one bath
apartment for rent located in
Ferguson St. Fox Hill.
Including fridge,stove,washer &
ayer, ,central air, security bars
custome made verticles.
Water is also included Cable &
telephone line ready. Enclosed
yard w/ beautiful landscaping &
good parking space,ist & last,
plus $300 security deposit. Will
be ready July 1st.
Call:433-6743/393-1653

ST. ALBANS DRIVE
One pedro. one bathroom

One bed, one bath pownnouee
$780.

Frunished, gas, Cater: first
month's rent, electricity and se-
curity deposit required.

Tel: 326- 1514, -325- 0318

TWO BEDROOM
APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Carmichael Road West,
one corner after Daron’s.
Fridge,stove, water, security
screen and centrl a/c.
For more information.
$750 per month
Call:242-426-1436.
242-454-4366,

FAIRLY NEW apt for rent.
Clean, safe, quiet, surround-
ings. Couple with child or 2-3
a Mite s85o/mih. Sreat value.
Wate : included.
328- 1763/436- 9746;

COTTAGE FOR. RENT in

Seven Hills, 2-bedroom, 2
bathrooms, living, dining and
ene gor are hone:
361-76: me

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RENTALS

WEST BAY STREET HOUSE:
Lovely 3 bedroom, 2. bath
home located in Cable Beach.
Fully furnished . Alarm system,
central a/c . Mature tropical
arden $3,000.00 Web Ref:
0709

DELAPORT TOWNHOUSE:
Three storey townhouse on the
ocean’s edge, views’ from
every room. 3 bedroom, 3
bathroom fully furnished central
air and stand-by generator.
$3,500.00 Web Ref: 39409

Vista Marina THE GROVE :
Beautiful 4 bed 3 bath house.
Traditional Bahamian home ex-
terior with modern __ interior.
Beautiful enclosed yard with
mature and _ flowering trees.
$3,900.00 Web Ref: 36509

OCEAN VIEW = HOUSE:
Ocean views from: terraced
community on West Bay St.
Lovely 3 bed 3 bath home with
pool. $4,500.00 Web Ref:
34809

SANDYPORT. COTTAGE: 3
bedroom, 3 bath property is
conveniently located in the
gated community of Sandyport.
andy canal beach private
dock. Notable features; ; spa+
cious kitchen, covered carport,
screened in porch, alarm sys-
tem and 2 central air units
servicing each floor. $4,500.00
web Ref:42609

JACK ISAACS

REAL ESTATE

CALL: 322-1069
info@ bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com



SEMI-FURNISHED

2 bed /1 bath for $850 and un-
furnished 1 bed/1 bath for $625
Carmichael West. Ceiling fans,
a/c, security Bars, water, inter-
net, washroom onsite. $500 se-
curity deposit.

Contact 427-9976

WESTWINDS SUBDIVISION:

2-bed,1t-bath apt
in gated community.
A/C, stainless fridge, stove,
microwave, washer/dryer and
wooden blinds included.
Tel:362-2754/502-2371.
Ask for Esther

SHOP, ISLAND PLAZA
$950/mth,

Apt 2-bed, 2-bath.
Gated. Westridge, $1350.
Office - Island Plaza, $850.
327-0667/424-3330.

TWO BEDROOM APT in tri-
plex, enclosed yard, quiet
neighborhood, Eden Estates,
off Johnson Terrace & Johnson
Road. Security bars, ceiling
fans, a/c, refrigerator, stove,
washer, .dryer, water. $900,
ieee’ without appliances).
364-7698

BAHAMAS

TROPICAL,
REALTY.

RENTALS
Tropical Gardens Townhouse.
2 beds, 2 baths with all furnish-
ings, laundry facilities & alarm
system. $1,800 p.m.

Cable Beach rentals with pool.
1 bedroom. units start @ $900

p.m. & 3 bedroom units ar
gi. 800 p.m.

St. Andrew's Beach Ests. 2
bed, 1.5 bath townhouse with
laundry room. Very secure.
$1,200 p.m.

Carmichael Ra. 2 bed, 1 bath
apt with new appliances. $800
p.m.

Sandford Drive Executive
Townhouse in gated complex
with Ig. pool, generator, electric
shutters and very tasteful. fur-
nishings. $2,800 p.m.

Coral Harbour . Canal front
house. 3 beds, 3 baths, fully
furnished, enclosed carport.
$3,000 p.m. -

Blair house rental 3 beds, 2
baths with central a/c, water
incld. $1,600 p.m.

Thompson Bivd. Commercial
units in high traffic area. 900
sq. feet. $1,500 p.m.

Oaks Field 2 bed, 1 bath apts
with water incld..$650 p.m.

Wayne Wells
Bahamas Tropical Realty
(242) 327-1102

ROOM FOR RENT EAST.
Mature single females only.
Text 432-0078

ROOM FOR RENT _ Single
males only, all utilities included.
Phone 324-7883.

ROOMS FOR RENT
$100 per week.
Light, water, cable, stove
fridge, no gas.

No children. Tel 565-7878

SEMI-FURNISHED, one bed-
room apartment. Fox Hill, $600
per month, first and last. with
$200 deposit. Phone: 364- 0014

SEMI-GATED COMMUNITY
2-bed,1-bath, a/c, burglar bars,
off Carmichael
Road, 1st,last,plus security
$800,water included.

Call 392-2140/56-4235

SHOP AND OFFICE SPACE
FOR RENT
FARRINGTON ROAD
TEL:323-0029, 431-2810"

SPACIOUS one bedroom apt,
walk-in closet, central air, utility
room, off Carmicahel near
Faith Ave. Cable & telephone
ready 477-3268/392-51 84.

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SPACIOUS 2-BED, 1-BATH,
quiet area in- Carmichael, a/c
units, security bars, water, ceil-
ing fans included.

Phone: 392-5898, 466-4360 or.
429-5664

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SPACIOUS SHOP SPACES

available. Alarm, a/c and _ full

security system. $750 monthly

$500 sec deposit, 2 references.

Located on Crocked Island St

next to Kenneth Food Store in

the Grove. Call:322-7630.

SPACIOUS unfurnished 2 bed,
1bath apt. Bellot Rd,water in-
cluded, one child
maximum.1st,last +
security.$700 + $400
Phone:341-1369/428-5998

SPACIOUS, 3-BED, 1-BATH
House, located Tall Pines Es-
tates, Cable & Telepohone
ready Being $850.00 per mth,
1st, Last & Security Deposit re-
quired. Tel: 324-4558

SPACIOUS, newly built 1-bed-
room apt. Spikenard Road.
Fridge, stove, a/c, burglar bars
& water included. 362-1062.

STAPLEDON GARDENS
. 2-bedroom, spacious apt,
unfurnished, b/bars, a/c,water
included, $725 per mont.
Phone:325-5169 or 429-3136

~~ TOWNHOUSE FOR RENT
3-bed, 2-bath located in West-
ern District, $1675 monthly,
$500 security deposit. Contact
324-7528 or 544-7664

TOWNHOUSE RENTAL
Yamacraw, semi-frunished,
2-bed, 2.5-bath, downstairs
bedroom size den, spacious
living room, $1,100 monthly.
Phone: 455-9098

TWO BED, 1 BATH FOR
RENT, $700.00, 1st and last +
security,water included. Misty

Gardens. Tel:341-1469,
544-7576

TWO-BED, ONE-BATH APT,
enclosed yard. Marshall Rd,
water, $650 p/m. Firs/last & se-
curity. Tel 341-7773
UNFURNISHED HOME, utili-
ties included, Eastern Estates,
a/c/security bars, $800 per
month. Phone:455-7543 or 4
432-1658

WELL MAINTAINED 2
bed/2.5-bath condo. Stafford
Drive, a/c, security sys, water,
fully furnish, sec deep $600,
rent $1,500. Contact info
324-3273/433-0049

SPACIOUS 1-bedroom_ apt
with Kenmore fridge and stove.
A/C,. phone and cable ready,

tiles throughout, water __in-
cluded, $600 per month. $350
security deposit. Call

341-5538 or 302-4657

FAIRLY NEW.2 BEDROOMS,
2 bath-room apt located
Kingsway Court, off Hanna
Road, Eastern Nassau.
Partly furnished water included.
Air condition in bedrooms
if interested call 324-4961 or
436-3845. Available |
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(2) 1 BEDROOM APT, water
included. _DOmingo Heights.
Tel: 392-3277, 552-6048 or
558-7850

2-BEDROOM FURNISHED
APT, alarm;water,microwave,
washer,cable & phone ready,
$800 p/m. Village Road.
- Tel: 324-5974

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH
APT - for rent, off McKin-
ney Drive, Carmichael. Fridge,
stove, washer, dryer,
microwave, air-condition and
water incl. $800 per month,
first, last and sec dep $300.
Call Mrs Wilson, 376-5816.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH house
for rent. Large yard, fence,
central a/c, washer/dryer, stove
& water included. Ph:357-8777
or 341-8433. Located on ire
Trail Rd, $1,000.00 p/m

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, $700.
First, last, security.
1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, $600.



First, last, security. Marathon
Estates. Ph: 393-7900 or
394-2122

2-BEDROOM, spacious

semi-furnished apt. Water_ in-
cluded.. $750 per month, first,
last, sec. Tel 361-2818.

3-BED, 2.5-BATH- HOUSE,
fully furnished, $2,600. Cable
Beach, 424-1030, or 327-5448.

CABLE BEACH
ONE-BEDROOM APT,
FULLY FURNISHED,
Ne eS
INCLUDED:

WASHER/DRYER, A/C,
TEL, CATV, INTERNET.
$1200/MTH, $300/SD.
TEL:327-2184



EASTERN DISTRICT: 1 bed-
room apt, tastefully furnished.
No pet/children. Tel 324-1316.

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..

(2) ONE BEDROOM APTS
OFF CARMICHEAL ROAD
$670.00 1ST & LAST AND
SEC DEPOSIT $300.00. ALL
UTILITIES INCLUED.
TEL# 4668212

1&2 BEDROOM UNITS
FOR RENT in Seabreeze.
Call 434-7705

FURNISHED COTTAGE
FOR RENT in Seven Hills, 2-
bedroom, 2 bathrooms,
living, dining and kitchen
for $850p/m. Phone: 361-7659



“$650 p. m. ‘First lah

security,water
_included. No kids, no pets.
Ph: 393-3219 after 6 p.m.

1 BEDROOM APARTMENT
All utilities included. Light,
water, cable, fridge and stove.
Malcom Rd West, $700 month
Contact 454-6746 or 341-9033







1 BED, 1 BATH; newly reno-
vated semi-furnished apart-
ment for rent in quiet eastern
area neighborhood; Security
bars, water included. Near ma-
jor schools and stares. $800
p/m, first and last months’ rent
& security deposit of $500.
Must see to appreciate. Ph:
427-3156. .

1,.BEDROOM 1 BATH un-furn.
townhouse apt Twynam near
beach, cozy and quiet, $600
-m_, single person only no
ids/pets. tel
467-4556/364-9034, email san-
ford5 @ hotmail.com

1 BEDROOM APARTMENT,
Water, light, cable included,
$550 per month, security $150.
Phone: 394-3150, 465-2790

1 BEDROOM APT located
West St, South of Meadow St
water, cable and light included

$590.00 unfurnished.
$690 furnished.

Call 425-3461 or 362-0752

1 BEDROOM, all utiltiies light,
water, enclosed yard, $650 per
month, 1st, last and $300 s
ecurity deposit, C. W Saunders
Highway.

Tel 394-5275 after 4 o'clock,
544-0491.

1 LARGE +BEDROOM APT,
Blue Hill Rd south, All utilities
included, cable, stove &.fridge,
a/c available, $750/pm, $400
s/dep. 456-4049/454-9688.

1 LUXURIOUS ,-1 bed, 1 bath,
semi-furnished apt Milton St,
Grants Town.

“A Must come see to
appreciate”
$1600 to move in, $600/ month
Call R. Grant 328-1002 or

454-6514
1 UNFURNISHED a/c bedroom
apt. included, 1bath, water,

front room, kitchen, utility room,
security bars. $540 p/m 1st,
last and $200 security deposit.
Call 324-3600

1-BED APT FRIDGE, stove,
water a/c in bedraom Sandi-
lands Village, $650/mth, first,
last and security $400.
448-3088

1-BED, 1-BATH, newly reno-
vated semi-furnished apart-
ment for rent in quiet eastern
area neighbourhood, security
bars water included. Near ma-
jor schools and stores.
$800/pm, first and last- moth’s’
rent & security deposit of $500.
Must see to appreciate. Phone
427-3156.

1-BED, 1-BATH, SHIRLEA,
Fully furnished, water and gas,
laundry facility

1-BED, 1-BATH, Monastery
Park

1-BED Efficiency
All utilities included
Call 324-1700, or 448-0832.

1-BED, 1.5-BATH Townhouse
Apt. Phone 558-1940.

1-BED/1-BATH APT, off
McKinney Dr. Water, a/c,b/b
included, $550 p/m +$500 s/d,
no kids/pets. Couples only.
h:341-3219



1-BEDROOM APT Cable
Beach, fully furnished, pool,
patio, central air, electric gate.
Close to beach and shopping,
$1300. Tel 327-2694,
557-8980.

1-BEDROOM APT
for rent, water, cable, a/c
included East Ave
off Carmichael Rd opposite
Bamboo Shack
Ph:341-0159(h), 465-3412(c)
or 468-8326(c)

1-BEDROOM APT with fridge,
stove, blinds, a/c, water, cable,
living room set, property en-
closed see to appreciate eee
per month. Phone 364-7461

1-BEDROOM APT,
fully furnished, security
screens, electricity and water.
No kids, no pets. Soldier Road.
Tel 357-8106, $550/pm.

1-BEDROOM APT,
semi-furnished, fridge and
stove, A/C, water included,
security bars enclosed-yard.
Cockburn St, off Bernard Road,
$550. Tel 323-0029/431-2810

1-BEDROOM APT,
Yamacraw. Fridge, stove, light,
water and cable, $650.
324-4753/454-4224.

1-BEDROOM APT, light,
water, cable, 1st + last
$1,200m security $400.
Phone:393-4529, 448-7699,
535-5114

1-BEDROOM APT, water,
light, cable, bed, fridge, stove,
gas tank, gated $200/w, $500
sec, $900 to move _ in or
700/pm. Ph 395-3667,
(mM)328-7992 (e)361-2446.

1-BEDROOM UNFURNISHED
APT South Beach, w/cable,
b/bars. $575/mth, first, last,
$330 sec. 376-0774/392-5923.
No pets/children.

1-BEDROOM with 2 walk-in
closets, fridge, stove, central
a/c, alarm system & water.
Gyros Road West $600/pm,
40)

466-5470/422-2702/362-2435.

1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
fridge, stove/water/cable/light.
Carmichael Road .11 child only.
341-1316, 425-7517. Avail July
30, burglar bars. $800.00/mth.

1-BEDROOM, _ spacious
a/c, water, burglar bars,
2-BEDROOM, a/c, water,
washer, dryer. Faith Gardens.
341-4916.

1-BEDROOM,1-BATH
APT,Johnson Road
Estates.Water electricity,
Pee & basic cable included.
uitable for 1 person only $600
pm $200 deposit +1st and last
deposit. Tel:324-2124,
434-9437/324-3667

1BED/1BATH APT. in subdivi-

Sion off T.W.D.Hwy
Water,Fridge,Stove,Washer&D
ryer, Monitored Security incld.
Phone Cable&internet Ready.
$750 per month
Only serious inquiries:
341-8117 / 357-8176



apt, |

2 BED/1 BATH APT for rent in
quiet area, Malcolm Road
west. Incl: water supply, fridge,
stove and a/c unit in each bed-
room. Call 429-2296 for
monthly rate.

2 BED/2 BATH.

All utilities included. Fridge,
stove, washer/dryer,
$1100pm, quiet area.

454-1592/557-8875/322-2960.

2. BEDROOM APT. Phone,

alarm, system and water in-
cluded. Spacious recessed
lighting throughout. Gladstone

Road, Victoria Gardens, first
right heading north after Phill
Food Store, $eso/mth, first and
last month, $450 sec dep.
Contact 426-7786, 361-3597.

2 BEDROOM, ‘1 BATH
Unison Rad, off Carmichael Rd.
West, A/C
bedroom /fridge/stove/washing
machine and water incl. $700
per month, 1st, last month plus
security deposit $450.
Phone:376-1244 after Spm

2 BEDROOM, unfurnished, a/c
water included. $650 p/m.
Allen Drive. Ph 341-6946

2-BED, 1-BATH APT, off Faitn
Ave, $650/mthly, unfurnished,
quiet area. Preferably couples,
cable/bars/alarm. Tel 341-6955

2-BED, 1-BATH home for rent.
Off Carmichael Rd. Includes
water and yard maintenance.
1st, last and security deposit
required. $800 per month.. Call
466-4572 for more details

’ 2-BED, 1-BATH
Tiled, c/a, security screens,
water included. Fox Hill
$700 monthly, $250 security.
Ph:364-0411

2-BED, 1-BATH, A/C, washer
& dryer, fridge, stove, $800/pm
$500 sec. 341-4986, 6-9pm.

2-BED, 1-BATH, ceiling fans,
light, cable & water included.
$750/mth. Phone 393-8264.

2-BED, 2-BATH APT in West-

ern area. Includes: fridge,
stove, washer, dryer, C/air,
c/fans, bars alarm sys.

$1,200/mth. Call 424-0577.

2-BED/1 BATH,Kool Acres,
water included,$700 per
month, 1st and last months
$400 security.
Ph: 364-5443), 225-0341

2-BEDROM, 1-BATH
APARTMENT
Nassau Village, $650 month.
Phone: 394-4802

2-BEDROOM 2-BATH
house, includes fridge, stove &
washer, spacious yard in Sea
Breeze area. Phone
424-1536)day), 364-2548(eve).

2-BEDROOM APT, Cowpen

Road, a/c, water included.
$600/mth, first, last &
$400 security deposit.

Phone 558-4864, 326-0983.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT

Lumumba Road, off Fox Hill.
Fridge, stove, central A/C.
Call 425-1606

Turnquest Property

MANAGEMENT &@ RENTALS

WESTRIDGE _— EST:
spacious, 2 bed, 2.5 bath town-
house, central-air, washer
/dryer. $1,550.00. No pets.

WESTWARD VILLAS: Fur-
nished 2 bed, 3 bath house,
a/c, fans, dish washer, laundry
facilities & pool. B$2,250.00

TWNAM AVE: Partially — fur-
nished one bedroom apt, a/c,
ceiling fan, stove, fridge.
$550.00.

STEVENSON SUBDIVISION:
Furnished 3 bed, 2 bath house,
ae ceiling fans, laundry facili-

Enclosed yard.
BSt, 700.00.

COLLINS AVE: Spacious 2
bedroom apt with a/c. Water in-
cluded. B$900.00

MONTAGU: Furnished effi-
ciency apt, c/c, laundry.
B$500.00 & B$530.00.00.

MEADOW ST: Shop space for
rent, central air, security bars,
B$750.00.

TURNQUEST PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT
TELEPHONE 324-3060

EXUMA STREET:

One bedroom, unfurnished.
Light/water included.
Cable/internet ready. $125.00
per week.

Call Mr Davis, 323-6875,
8am-6pm, Monday-Saturday.

FOR IMMEDIATE RENT
Beautiful 2-bed, 1 1/2-bath,
semi-furnished or unfurnished
townhouse. Seagull Gardens,
off Yamacraw Hill Road.
Townhouse is on water with
master bedroom over looking
the sea, boasting beautifully
views of the ocean. Manicured
landscape and gated yard with
intercom system. tncludes
water, central a/c, alarm
system. All serious inquiries,
please contact 364-7824



ROOM MATE NEDED TO
SHARE two bedroom condo in
western area minutes from
public beach.
Includes washer,dryer,water,
light,jphone cable and internet,
$650 per month: 357-5790

MALE ROOM MATE WANTED
to share 3 bedroom house in
Marathon. $120 per week with
everything. Please must willing
and able to clean up _ after
yourself. 525-0476 ask for Je-
nefer.

Gated,



CHRISTIAN LADY seeks
mature responsible roomate for
2 unfurnished spacious rooms
for rent in private home, $450

p.m.$1,100 to move
in,water,light and cable
included . Eastern district.
Tel: 361-6283,466-4384

WANT TO SHARE:Single fe-
male to share a two-bed, one
bathroom apartment. Light,/wa-
ter/cable/phone. $400 per
month. $900 to move _ in.
Phone: 502-1591, 341-8148

WANTS TO SHARE
Female seeks mature female
to share 2-bed, 1-bath apart-
ment includes all utilities. $110
per week, deposit $200.00.
Phone 455-3920

WANTS TO SHARE
Townhouse Apt 2 BEDROOMS
with balcony, fully furnished,
washer & dryer. Excellent
condition, East Colony Village
Tel 525-9104.



2 BARBERS
3 BEAUTICIANS NEEDED
50% or Booth Rental
$100-125 per week.
Tel 341-0420

INDEPENDENT
SALES AGENTS
Sales Agents wanted
for exciting watersports
company; Candidates
must be a self starter; have a
positive attitude, energetic and
out going with good judgment
and leadership qualities;
Bonuses and commission to
commensurate with experi-
ence; great income
opportunity:
email resumes/c.v. to:
(info @ aquamarinewatersports.
com) or call: (242- 467-7379.

JITNEY DRIVER NEEDED —
Must be over the age of 25.
Call 324-8198.

K2 TEACHER &
COOK/CLEANER NEEDED
for Pre-school
Ph: 341-5534

K2 TEACHER NEEDED
for Pre-school
Tel: 341-5534

LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER
NEEDED. P.O.Box N1429

SALES LADY for a Jewelr,
store. 20-24 yrs old. 393-7685

GARDENER NEEDED
TEL 225-2966

SKILLED BARBER needed for
Pinewood Barber Shop.
Call 431-1058..

MAID WANTED please call
1-242-332-3043.

LIVE-IN/OUT MATURE
housekeeper, ability to
cook, iron, Clean and supervise
two adolescents.. .ability to
drive a plus, 326-1222.



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The Abaco Beach Resort at
Boat Harbour is seeking quali-
fied applicants for the following
position:

.¢ Director of Reservations and
Leisure Sales- the successful
candidate will be responsible
for maximizing total sales and
revenue penetration by manag-
ing inventories and _ public
space through property man-
agement systems through the
utilization of market strategy,
yield management, distribution
& selling strategies, and reve-

nue management best prac-
tices for The Resort.
Only qualified individuals

should e-mail their resume to:
Michael Choiniere, Vice Presi-
dent of Sales and Marketing
E-Mail:
Michael.choiniere @ abaco-
beachresort.com or
info @ abaacobeachresort.com

The Abaco Beach Resort at

Boat Harbour; www.Abaco-
BeachResort.com_ located in
beautiful Marsh Harbour,

Abaco Bahamas, is seeking an
experienced Reservations
Sales agent. In this key role,
you will be responsible for en-
suring outstanding customer
service, use of proper selling

techniques designed to en-
hance overall. hotel revenue,
managing _ithe reservations
functionality of Property Man-
agement System to. maintain
accurate coding, reporting

processes and rate schedules.

“ Prior reservations manage-
ment experience in an up-
scale, Caribbean hotel or re-
sort preferred

* A minimum of 2+ years hotel
operations experience with a
like type property, marina ex-
perience a plus.

* Be extremely customer serv-
ice focused

* Attention to detail
ability to multi-task.

* Excellent written and verbal
communication skills.

* Analytical & technical skills as
well as a working knowledge
of reservations and front office
systems and procedures.

* Strong working. knowledge of:
Microsoft Office, Excel, iHote-
lier, Vizergy/Secures and air-
line reservations systems pre-
ferred

First preference will be given to

local and regional candidates.

Salary. Range: $18,000 to

$20,000

and the

»-lease forward resume to:
Michael Choiniere

Vice President of Sales and
Marketing

E-Mail:
Michael.choiniere @ abaco-
beachresort.com

MIDDLE-AGE LIVE-IN NANNY
required to care for small
special needs child.
Knowledge in food & nutrition
necessary. Phone 364-1637.

. PROFESSIONAL SECURITY
OFFICERS NEEDED.
394-6561

PROFESSIONAL BARBER &
NAIL TECH
FOR RENT STARTING @ $60
OR COMMISSION.
CALL 356-2311, 535-7026,
565-5379

TATTOO ARTIST WANTED
MUST BE ABALE TO DO
BODY PIEIRCINGS. MUST
HAVE 2 YEARS EXPIENCE,
2 JOB REFERENCES,
ACCREDIT REFERENCE.
322-7630.

TEACHING VACANCY
Forest Heights Academy in-
vites applications from qualified
Teachers for the following posi-
tions:.

Secondary
History/Geography
English
Science
Only qualified Teachers with
Bachelor or Masters Degrees
from an accredited University
or College and Teaching Cer-
tificate need apply. A minimum
or two years teaching experi-

ence is required.

Interested applicants should
submit their current resume
with relevant documents and
two (2) references to:

The Principal,

Forest Heights Academy,

PO Box AB-20182,

Marsh Harbaur, Abaco

Fax: (242)367-4604,
irichard @ forestheightsacad-
emy.org

WANTED
A female between the ages of
18-25 to work part-time. Ph:
341-0992, 502-3900

WANTED TEACHER, for at
Home Schooling. 2 1/2 old
toddler. Tel 428-3620.

MODELS WANTED
(6) HAIR MODELS TO WORK
JULY + AUGUST:
Recent High School graduate
or C.O. B student .$8 per hour.
Two days per week.Send info
to info @ colershairstudio cor
Tel:394-7400

NEED A BOAT CAPTAIN to
work a fishing boat and skin
conch. Also 1 Diver. call after 5
p.m. Phone:326-0564

NOT WORKING or LOOKING
FOR EXTRA INCOME
Call 361-3320 between

7-10pm, or email
sab993 @msn.com

PART-TIME
for the Animal Clinic,
Wulff Rd at East St. Must
be willing to learn, love
animals and able to do routine
cleaninig.
Apply in person.

FULLITIME AND PART-TIME
SALES PERSONS NEEDED
ARE - YOU INTELLIGENT,
hardworking, willing to learn,
honest, dependable then you
could be the person we are

looking for. No experience is
necessary as full- training will
be provided.

Please email resumes _ to:

gksunglassboutique @ gmail.co
m. Pleasé inclide which days
and hours you are available

day of publication. ‘ should th

anor jhibit response, credit will. il apply

_only to the run date. ‘Th Tribune is: net Liable er any. ib ° expe ns

. HELP WANTED HELP WANTED

A MAJOR HOTEL
Seeks To employ A
COST CONTROLLER.
will

The successful applicant
be:

1. Be responsible for maintain-
ing and controlling present

inventory and_ presenting
daily food and beverage
costs.

2. Be able to complete month
end reconciliations and be
analytical in researching all
variances to report to upper
management.

3. To maintain the highest level
of integrity and accuracy in
the reporting of all food, bev-
erage and non-food items.

4. To oversee and ensure daily
receiving of items and post-
ing of daily requisitions

5. Must have excellent verbal
and written communication
skills.

6. Be able to work with little or
no supervision.

7. Proficient in all Microsoft
Suite applications.
Interested applicants should

apply in writing to: C9299, c/o
The Tribune, PO Box N3207,
Nassau.

MAID .WANTED please call
1-242-470-7223.

A Private Members Club
Is seeking to fill the position of
BAKER/PASTRY CHEF
Applicants must be able to pre-
pare all deserts and pastries
plus any other items required
for all parties including break-
fast goods, petit fours, ice
cream and bread goods.
This is a seasonal position,
split shifts six (6) days per
week. Minimum of seven (7) to
ten (10) years experience in a
high quality European hotel
kitchen
nterested candidates are_ in-
vited to forward their resumes:
The Director,

Human Resources
Lyford Cay Club
Nassau, Bahamas
Fax: 362-6245

CREW WANTED
(To serve as full deckhand
and guest services)
Applicants must be: outgoing,
friendly, well-spoken, anda
strong swimmer. Life guard
certification and boating
experience are a plus.
This is a postiion in the
hospitality industry and
applicants are required to work
weekend, evening and
holidays.
PLease email resumes to:
Beverley @seahorsesailingad
ventures.com or call 363-5510

MAID NEEDED
Ph: 324-8341

HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED
Ph: 448-7338, 525-0335
Ask for Ruth

PART-TIME workers
needed.Doing songs computer
work from home. Paid weekly.

apply at
firstclass64 @ hotmail.com

HELP WANTED
ACCOUNTANT NEEDED
The successful applicant will

be working in a small busy vi-
brant office as accountant.

Duties of the qualified appli-
cants will be as follows:

eTo assign and classify ac-
counting entries to the appro-
priate accounts

ePrepartion of trail balance,
profit and loss and balance
sheets

ePreparation of monthly finan-
cial statements and to ensure
all financial reports are recon-
ciled and all deadlines are
met.

In addition to other General Of-
fice Duties which will be as-
signment over time

Skills

Flexible, Motivated and Ener-
getic Strong organizational and
time management skills. Ability
to work well under pressure
and meet deadlines. Profi-
ciency in use of Mircosoft Of-
fice application and Quick-

‘books.

Education

Bachelor ‘s degree in business
admination and/or accounting
minior.

Experience

At least 2-3 years experience
in a similar role. Knowledge in
the use of financial software
applications, Spreadsheets,
and Word Processing required.

Please e-mail resume to
nassauprofessional @ gmail.
com

AVON

Buy, Sell or Sign-up.
Telephone:
361-5556, 429-4922
kempcorp @ hotmail.com

AVON
Want to be an
Avon Representative
50% in earning
-be your own boss or a helper.
Call 326-7183(home),
376-1208(cell)
Email:rosedee42 @ hotmail.com

SABYSITTER,
HOUSEKEEPER,
GARDENER, HANDYMAN
PH: 376-3226

BAKER NEEDED, between
ages 30 - 45 years. Must have
own transportation. Contact
324-7528

BUS DRIVER FOR ROUTE 21
Tel: 364-0884 8am-10am or
7pm-9pm

BUS DRIVER NEEDED.
Route #7A
Must be 40 plus

Tel 357-7638 423-9034.

COLORS HAIR STUDIO
NEEDS:
(1)Young(18-25) talented +
professional hair tylist, very
good with short + long hair.
FREE ADVANCED CLASSES
(1)Ver Cea Nail Tech
end info to
info @colorshairstudio.com or
call 394-7400

COOKS required to reve
Chinese food. Apply P
N1411, Nassau, Bahamas.

HELP WANTED

DOMESTIC WORK NEEDED
North Eleuthera.
Please contact: 1242-335-2042

EARN UP TO
50% Commission
Become an Avon
representative. Sign yp today!
565-6000,or 341-3037.

EXPERIENCED CARWASH
MAN needed. Serious. worker.
Tel: 544-2221, or 392-5020.

EXPERIENCED PERSON
to work in new ice cream par-
lour/deli (West). Cal 468-2386

Resume @
akeathangibbs @ hotmail.com

EXPERIENCED WINDOW
TINTER wanted for window
Fabrication Company. Please
fax resume 325-6638.

FOUR (4) -
FARM LABOURERS wanted
please call Berchinald Gibson
at North Eleuthera Shopping
Centre at 1-242-335-1880.

COlors Hair studio is ofering 2
free hair cuts per week to High
School and C.O.B students

For more info Call 394-7400 or
email:info @ colorshairstudio.co
m



GARDENER HANDYMAN
. NEEDED
PHONE 477-7996.

GARDNER required to work on
remote private island. Experi-
ence as_ gardener required.
Applicant must be willing to re-
main on island for extended
period of time.

Call 322-4782

GENERAL WORKER
NEEDED
Call 428-4110

GRAPHIC DESIGNER
With at least 5 years
experience and a bachelor’s
degree preferred.
Wholesale experience a plus.
Please fax resume, references
and cover letter to:
242-394-0282
Only Serious Inquiries.

HANDYMAN NEEDED to look
after property on Out Island.
Must have 3 years experience
driving a boat. Call 364-2595
after 5pm.

HOUSE KEEPER WANTED
Male/female wanted to work in
Old Fort Bay home for 4-6
hours, afternoons, Monday
through Friday. Duties include
general house work, laundry
and ironing. Own transportation
and excellent reférences re-
quired. Telephone 225-2969,
or email:pp @ equity.bs

HOUSEKEEPER need to care

for an infant, toddler, and to do

general housekeeping. Work

week is Monday to Friday. Sal-
ary $250 per week. Call

327-1100 for further

tion.

TEACHER/SOCIAL WORKER
osition available. must have
SW degree.

Call: 394-3329

informa-

THE TRIBUNE

‘HELP WANTED ©

WANTED
Warehouse Manager for
HVAC/R Service Company
Duties: Maintain proper ware-
house parts inventory, order
job material. Maintain ware-
house and service technician
tool inventory, air-conditioning
and refrigeration knowledge a
must. Must have adequate
computer skills. Please fax all

resumes to 356-6620.



WANTED
Air Conditioning Technician:
Minimum of 5 yrs experience
with both residential/commer-
cial air conditioning and refrig-
eration system. Must have a
valid refrigerant license.
Must provide a current police
record. Must have a valid Ba-
hamian driver's license. Please
provide references. Please fax
all resumes
242-356-6620

WANTED: ~ HVAC/R__ Techni-
cian: minimum of 5 yrs experi-
ence with both residential,
commercial air conditioning

and refrigeration system.

Must have a valid refrigerant li-
cense. Must provide a curreni
police record. Must have a
valid Bahamian driver's | li-
cense. Please provide refer-
ences. Please fax all resumes
242-356-6620

SALES SUPERVISOR
Well established equipmeni
business requires individual to
handle Sales, Customer Serv-
ice and Sales Counter transac-’
tions. Must be _ professional,
computer literate, reliable, cus-
tomer service orientated, parts
& inventory exp. a plus, able to
manage time and work w/ mini-
mal supervision. Excellent Sal-
ary & Advancement Opportuni-
ties Apply - send Resume to
sales @sebahamas.com. Or fax
to 394-1826

DOMESTIC CARETAKER
NEEDED

Domestic House Keeper/Care-
taker and cook needed for as-
sisting an elderly woman. Per-
sons applying should have ex-
eeptional ability to clean, wash,

cook, iron..: and must have ba-
sic Nealth care skills. Person
should be an honest, hard-

working,, and detail oriented in-

dividual. Individual will be re-
sponsible for ensuring the
home is in order, meals are
prepared...

Please send full resume includ-
ing copies of certificates. Ap-
ply in writing to Domestic Care-
taker; P O Box N-3883; Nas-
sau, Bahamas or send an
email to
hresources2k10 @ gmail.com.
ony serious persons need ap-
ply.

CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
seeks the following: Mechani-
cal Supervisor — minimum oi
10 yrs experience overseeing a
crew of approximately 15 work-
ers. Plumbers’ First Class
Tradesmen, Plumbers helpers
sheet metal workers, Pipe In-
sulators, Electricians with ex-
erience on control ‘systems.
lease call 427-6164 :



THE TRIBUNE






SALES ASSOCIATE NEEDED
Must have at least a high
school diploma, pleasant

personality, be neat in
appearance, hardworking,
reliable, honest and pays
attention to detail.
BGCSE certificate are a plus.
Mail resume to
The Manager,
P.O Box N-8477,
Nassau, Bahamas

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45-YEAR-OLD seeks job as

maid or baby-sitter.
Phone 433-7276.

CERTIFIED
Nurse Assistant/Childcare
Looking for a job in this depart-
ment. Contact 448-1912,
467-2822, 468-9758, 544-5508

CERTIFIED NURS
ASSISTANT, certified child
care. Looking fora job in any of
these department. Contact:
448-1912,467-2822,468-9758
or 544-5508



EXPERIENCED NURSE AID

with Diploma And CPR Certi-
fied seeking job. Available im-
mediately,
Serious offers please call
(242) 468 2045 or email
(nurseaid75 @ hotmail.com)

MATURE LADY seeking job.
Full-time housekeeper and
baby-sitter or days’ work.
Tel:431-6064, 431-2735.

MATURE YOUNG LADY
seeks live-in maid job. Tel
328-2078. :

QUALIFIED YOUNG woman,
associates degree seeking of-
fice job. Tel 556-6317.

SEVEN-DAY ADVENTIST
christian lady seeks job
5 days week cooking,
cleaning, ironing & babysitting.
Ph:434-2889/392-1164



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By Entrepreneur Magazine.
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trading Forex Currencies
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Our Automated Trading
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Tel 434-0355/328-8750
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BECOME
an entrepreneur immediately —
low start up fee inclusive of
Health products for resale.
Extremely low overhead; great
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Work it and make thousands of
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IPPORTUNITY

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Need cash!

Learn how to sew
Adult sewing classes,
limited space. 3231325
Registration begins today.

PRIVATE SCHOOL
seeks
Teacher to teach Math and
English (retiree preferred).
Become self employed and
work part-time.
Call Rose, 423-1059.





24-HOUR
A/C & APPLIANCE REPAIRS

Commercial/Residential/ Ma-
rine. US trained technicians.
Fast & affordable.
All makes & models.

Ph:436-5065/544-6187.

ADA IMPORT/EXPORT
For the best price in all your
building needs Windows,
Doors, PVC_ Decking, PVC
Doors and PWC Fencing and
lots more
(We Do Special Orders).

Call us at (242)544 3198 or
email us at
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AVAILABLE PLUMBER
AVAILABLE [ELECTRICIAN
Call 364-2776
For quick friendly service
mention AD for Disc.

BEES Get RID of
Stinging Bees.
Call for price.
393-3939

BUSINESS OWNERS ASUE

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$5,000-Monthly
24 months only.
Starts:July 31st, 2010
Ends:July 31st, 2012
455-9575

MR RESTORATION MAN



PROFESSIONAL PRESSURE
CLEANING
*Small Buildings
*Patios
*Pool Decks
*Natural Stone Walls
Free estimates, call 552-3377

‘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 i $40
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DUCHESS HAIR & BEAUTY
SUPPLIES

Glam Couture, Make-Up

Artist

For

Occassion

For appointment contact

Tel:424-7096, 425-1940

Duchess1905 @ hotmail.com

HARDTIMES
ELECTRICAL Licensed
Contractors

Electrical Repair, Maintenance,

Trobleshooting, Kiln repairs,
Rennovations, Emergency
Services
Free estimates, etc
Ph: 362-1767,422-4996

FOR CUSTOM FRAMES,

cabinet face lift, wooden
cabinet doors, furniture.
Ken's Work Shop
Tel: 324-0012

ELECTRICIAN SERVICES

House wiring, lights, fans,
receptacles and
24-hrs service calls.
Call me for a FREE quote,
465-8373.

WHY KEEP YOUR MONEY

IN A BANK?
Become 4 private lender and
watch your money grow!
326-0883, 322-8856, email: @
bahamasmoneyfinders @ gmail.
com

NEW ROOF OR REPAIR,

Decks, porches, dry wall,
carport, storm shutters, office
desk, general construction.
chain link/wood fenceing,
interior, exterior painting.

Tel:525-7257. .

WHEN THE BANKS SAY NO!

Money Finders Private leaders
say yes!
323-2984, 326-0883,
www.moneyfinders
bahamas.com

SKIRTS SUMMER SPECIAL

Brin
material, zip, hook and belting
Price $15.00. Plaid $20.00
Call: 393-6398

SMALL LOANS!
LARGE LOANS!
We find them all!
323-2984, 326-0883,
www,moneyfinders
bahamas.com

KITCHEN CABINETS
& RENOVATION
Call: 395-1916

NAILS... By Leah

Hot Summer Special
Ph: 432-5918

Pink and White
French Tips ...
Cheese cake .
Natural Nails .
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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 33

E-mail: classifieds @ tribunemedia:net

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Marketing plans, Accounting,
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Secretarial, CLerical, Filing, Or-
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University under-graduate with
excellent marketing skills.
Tel: 565-2312

HAIR AND NAILS SPECIAL
Hair weave..... $45.00

Kinky twist ee
Refills ....... SUMMER SPECIAL
Full set.............. On all Natural Hair Sytles,



2 Strand Rope Twist, |
Weave. WE DO IT ALL
Call 322-3655.

1
Manicure and Pedicure $25.00
Phone 425-4345

K-9 TRUCKING & CUSTOM
BROKERAGE :
Foxdale Subdivision
Call Anthony and Son
P.O. Box EE-17153
Tel:242-357-3787
Fax:242-324-6641
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N BEGINNINGS
BEAUTY SALON
East Street South
Phone 328-7000
“Special”
Relaxer w/treat/Sstyl........ $30/w
color $40
“Mizani” Relaxer 3
treat/style........ $40/w Color $50
Lacefront Wig application ..$30
WAVE 1.0... ec ceecseeceeeeeeeeeeees $50
OPEN:Sundays, 10:30am

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bahamas.com

ROPE TWIST 100
SINGLES $80.00
BRAIDS $50.00
TEL: 364-2646

HAIR BRAIDING
Cheapest Price in Town
Children under 5 years.....$10
Children over 5 years......$20
Tel:341-0992/502-3900

EGYPT GOD/GODDESS'

- Hairstyle Treatment $200-up
Leisure service only
Manual electrolysis treatment

start $250

Weaving .

Infusion.......

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Appointment:558-6507
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; Shingling, Cornrow, Twisting,
pale Styles ......... on Sue Locks, weave-in, micro_ shin-
Shinies ey an a gles, lock extension, $10-$100.
Kinky twist . .. $30.00 Call 393-8201/468-8394
Kids Relaxer ... $20.00 PURE HAIR & NAIL SPA

Phone 324-7883.
NAILS ........$19.99

No sew, .no glue hair exten-

HOT SUMMER SPECIAL
Mizani Bee ones
40

Designed, Relaxer,

sions, professional service, Treat,CLip,Style $30
flexible appointments, located Weave $50 and up
on eastern end of island. Lace Cap Appliation $20.00

544-6187, 436-5065, Tasha.

MONEY FINDERS
is seeking private lenders!
323-2984, 326-0883,
www.moneyfinders
bahams.com
email: bahamasmoneyfind
ers @ gmail.com

MONTHLY ASUE,
start date July 29, 2010, Draw
$3,000. 341-3379, or 428-1055
Contract will be given.

Eye Lashes Application $10.00
Pedicures $25.00
Manicures/Pedicures Pack-
ages $35.00
Manicures $15.00
Full Set Nails, Airbrush COlor
$35.00

Phone: 322-2801

NATURAL HAIR CARE
Loc maintenance and
treatments, braids, rope twist
and kinky twists,
362-1116/556-7290

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JUMP START CLASSED

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Every Saturday in August
Oa.m-12 p.m.
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Ph: 322-2801- 565-8190

ATTENTION PARENTS
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June 28th - Aug 20th, 2010
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ADULT SUMMER CLASSES

In Computer and Typing $100
Call Toya's, 393-7045.



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‘LITTLE ANGELS CHRISTIAN
CADEMY
«s Now Henietarine for Fall
x 18 months - 5 years
“Kim Crescent - ean Hill Road

So
Ph:341 087/341 -5534

“LEARN TO FLY

Private Pilots Course
Instrument & Commercial
Theory

535-2484 Eto 0904
il:
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; 5 DAYS OF
* “Back To School Revision"
August 16-20, 2010
From 10:00am - 1:00pm
Grades K-9 in
Maths, English and Reading
Contact 392-1173 or
Email:adeltisbs @ hotmail.com



CHRISTIAN UNITED
ACADEMY
2010 Summer Splash.
Register Now for August.
Tel:454-9765
www.christianunitedacademy.
,Wwebs.com



PATIO SALE
S “SAT, JULY oa 6AM-12PM
FREE GIFT

Men (ig sizes)

,Boys/girls (pre-teen)
‘yWomen/men (adults)

‘Misc items

‘Sandilands Village Road, off
‘Fox Hill Road, first corner on
‘the — right, leaving south of
‘Blanco Bleach.

RUMMAGE SALE AT
The L.utheran Church of
Nassau
119 JFK Drive
Saturday, July 31, 2010
Begin 7am

PACE FOUNDATION
YARD SALE
8am-10am
‘Red building on East St, opp

Deveaux St.
‘Clothes, famnitures books .
357-472

PATIO SALE
Saturday, July 31
All day from 6:30am
Location:Turn right opposite
Budget Liquor Store on
8ernard Road then first right
house#12, orange and white
?hone 324-6409, 454-0036

PATIO SALE
“SIX FAMILIES”
Sat, July 31, 7-9AM
Hudson St, Blair
hold, DVD, shoes, !
thes,etc. Tel:325-725'

2U DON’T WANT to mi
‘his great PATIO SALE

day, July 31st, 8AM- 1;
ctions: Turn thru) Shiri
d, -off Carmichael R
a corner on the right
uiffe’s Bakery. Last Building
the right (beige trimnm
en)., *






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PATIO SALE
BIG PATIO SALE
Clothes, shoes, furniture, toys,
appliances & accent furniture.
All must go!!

Head east on Prince Charles
Drive, 2nd corner left after Sea
Breeze light (Stephen’s Close)
House straight ahead on curve.
Date: August 2nd, 2010 (Holi-

day)

BIG YARD SALE
Sat, July 31
Sea Breeze Lane, Rocky Farm
Rd west on the basket court
starting at 7am
Follow the hot pink Signs
Lots and lots of good stuff.

HUGE GARAGE SALE
Sat, July 31, 2010
Items as low as $1.00

Traveling Blue Hill South pass
traffic light junction Blue Hill &
Carmichael Rd, first left (Lob-
ster Ave), then first right (Bam-
boo St)
left, yellow trimmed white
Look for big white tent

Tel 434-2273.

OVERSTOCKED
INDEPENDANCE T-SHIRTS
50% OFF.
SATURDAY, JULY 31ST AND
AUGUST 2ND, GOODMANS
BAY AND CARMICHAEL
ROAD IN FRONT OF SALVA-
TION ARMY THRIFT STORE ,
11AM-4PM. EMAIL:
LEWKENCAR @ HOTMAIL

-COM
FOR DIRECTIONS.

PATIO SALE
Sat, July 31st-7:30a.m-12 noon
Cable Beach, _ Devonshire
Street East, turn onto Skyline
Drive after passing Post Office
& Rubins, then third corner on
left first house on right, blue.
Household items, toys, clothes
(adults & children), dishes, ta-
bles, linfant Stroller, car seat
and many more items.

PATIO SALE
Sat, July 31, 2010
Poitier Ave, Boyd Subdivision
Telephone 323-8883
* Household items, children &
adult apparel
7:00am — 3:00pm
Everything must go! Nothing
- more than $10

PATIO SALE
Devonshire Street, East
6am — 11am
Turn from Skyline Drive from
West Bay Street and watch for

oe:
LOTS OF BARGAINS
PATIO SALE
Sat, 31st July. Blue school
shorts, school/party items/
appliance, cribs, teacher's
desks
PH: 324-0778/565-2002
Patio Sale
Sat. July 31 @ 8:30 AM
Vvomen's’ Clothing Sz. 10,
‘Women's Shoes Sz. 8, Hand
ags, Men's Clothing, Boy's
Clothing, Baby Girl Clothing &
Shoes, Hand Bags, Infant Car
Seats, Toddler Feeding Chair
Enter 1st.Corner on left after

; Marathon Mall (Ferguson
j |'Way), driving towards Wulff
1 | Road. 1st vacant property on

i | the right. Tel. # 424-3230

ouse is on the first,







E-mail:

PATIO SALE

PATIO SALE
Children and adult clothing,
shoes, boys, sewing machine,
text books, coffee table, etc




Sat, July 31st, Zam-12 noon.
Shirley St entrance to Temple
Christian, High School. Tel

393-4888, 341-6164, 324-5220
eve.

PATIO SALE
Moving Sale! Must go!

Sat, July 31st, 8am-11am only.
Car seat/carrier, play pen, ster-
ilizer, self-help books, novels,
archieture, tables, utensils,
desk. 454-1592, Garden h

Hills #3, from Commonwealth
Funeral Home, off independ-
ence Drive, up hill, 1st right,
2nd house on left,
orange/white.

ARTICLES
- FOR SALE

32” PANASONIC F SCREEN
TV and Panasonic Premium
theater system wAwireless
speaker. $1,000. Price negotia-
ble. 392-4219 and 467-1452.



WEDDING SPECIAL
Reserve one of our affordable
Wedding Packages and receive
2or3 FREE
Phone 425-4345 email
envogueprints and
events @ gmail.com

3 MATCHING GLASS
COFFEE tables $90.00
Call 362-4488/327-3428

AWESOME TAN LEATHER

sofa and chair.
Excellent condition, $1800.
Call Ann, 465-9930.

BLOW OUT SALE
Everything must go!





Celluar phones acessories, all
at $14.95 ea. Home & care
leather cases &
last.

chargers &
faces. While supplies
Phone 323-2355.

BRAND NEW Mayta
(Won in a raffle )
Call 359-1945.

COMPUTER AND
MOVEABLE STAND
FOR SALE
Both in good condition.
Asking $500 for both.
Phone:427-5284, or 364-7218

washer.
750.





COMPUTER TOWER &

FLATSCREEN $450
CRT monitor make offer.
135AMP side-post battery
$200
Tel 565-9119.

DESKTOP PC that also picks
your

up free wi-fi internet in
area. $575 with CRT $775 with
LCD (FREE wi-fi test $20.00
Call:445-6507



Fick/Fiea/Mange Dip

Other supplies

Reasonable pr

Phone 3864-0597
DOUBLE PULL OUT SOFA
$550.00
8 11R 24.5. truck tires $150.00
each
1 Mack 350 Diesel engine
$3500.00

1 Mack gear Box $1800.00
Call 425-3461/362-0752















ARTICLES
FOR SALE

FOR SALE
Owner leaving the island
3-ton Rheem central a/c unit &
accessories brand new!
Refrigerator, stove, queen size
bed set, twin bed set with
drawers, kid desk with chair.
‘First come first served!

Call 434-6896, or 448-9577.

FOR SALE
Small designer glare entertain-
ment center $30
3 piece front room set $900
3 piece designer mirror bed-
room set(2 night tables and
dresser) $1200.00
Ph: 352-1486
436-3512

FOR SALE
Used apt sz stove & washer.
Tel 322-8734, 424-1173
424-6920.

ITEMS FOR SALE
Complete front room and di-
nette setting for $500. Phone:
502-1591 or 341-8148

ITEMS FOR SALE
Owner leaving Island
Solid mahogany four poster
bed/mattress/boxspring, $400

ono

Glass top table, wrought iron
w/4 chairs, cushioned, $375
ono

Old fashion writing desk $250
Solid wood TV stand $2500no0
Call after 6pm, 394-6916.

ITEMS FOR SALE
Sharp Cash Re egister $375
Cash Register Counter $350
Clothing Hooks $4 each
Contact 324-7528

DEEDED TIME SHARE
FOR SALE
Available time: Red Week
Location: 10 minutes away
Prom Disney, Kissam, Fla,

Silver Lakes Resort
Contact: 242-535-4041.

FOR RENT/SALE SPACIOUS
2 bed, 1 bath split level Condo.
Sans Souci
426-9765/361-5043

NIKON D80 (body only)
4 gb memory $750
. Excellent condition
Tel: 323-6731 |

PLEATED AIR CONDITION
AIR FILTERS
20x25 -
20x24
24 x24
16x20
16x25
$6.00 each
Ph: 364-6178

PRE HURRICANE DEAL
1-350 kw Cummins Generator
$30,000.00 o.b.0

1-200kw Cummins Generator .

$18,000.00 o.b.0
2-100 kw GM diesel generator
$12,000.00 each 0.b.0
1-40kw Cummins generator
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Ph:S65- 394-2135
SALE (aan
Generator 3600 Waits $900

Computer table

Apt size fridge $450.

Stainless stee! fridge 500 & up
Coby television $250 &up
Dryers $350

Tel:364-2646



FOR SALE
32" Flat screen T.V HD
$595 - $689.00
Satellite Direct T.V Box $350
Program 2m w/card
Long Range Phone $575
Cell Phone $75up
Order Now! We Deliver

FOR SALE
5000 gal Stainless steel water
tanker on chassis. Call
558-4280.
FOR SALE

-Apartment size gas stove with
jas tank. $300.
ell-cushioned armchair with

wicker sides. $50
-Queen-size bed. $350
-Wooden nightstand w drawer.
$35
-Computer desk. $7

-Full length sofa. $50

-White wood dining room chairs
pair. $20

-White bedroom. set:
stands, 1 dresser. $60.
-Small Dining Room set w 2
Chairs.$50

-Kitchen pantry table. $25.
-Small Patio Table. $30

Call 357-3295.

FOR SALE
Attractive Hurricane Shutter
Build to order for double.
windows. $190.

2 night-

Singles $100 .
Ph:426-8704 ‘

FOR SALE
Baby crib in good condition

with accesories $200
Phone: 466-1588 or 341-8924

For Sale Brand New
LG Cookie Touchscreen
$170

Motorola Rokr 30
$160

E-63 WMNWiri
Curve 8520 Wifi
w/Re-

Em

Blacberry
$375
Pioneer Car Cd Player
mote $150

Hp Mini Laptop w/
$375

36"

Webcam

Mens ‘Mountain Bike

Da Digital Picture Frame
$80

Call » 525-6223

FOR SALE
Brand new baby high chair
$150" ‘
Baby Stroller $20
Baby Bath Tub $25 _
Other items including Under-
shirts, one size, etc
Ph: 324-7528 or 544-7664

FOR SALE
Dining table 5-pc(purchase at
Roberts). Good condition.
Real wood, (oak Iook), $12,000
434-8340/341-4365

ry FOR SALE

Infant Car Seat $ 40
Toddler Feeding-Chair $ 40,
Tel. # 42423230

50% jewelry Clearance

Everything must go!!!
“Stainless steel
“Designer inspired
*Sterling silver
“Costume jewelry _°
Telephone:326-8677

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SLATWALLS FOR SALE
With metal inserts
Starting from $60.00
Like New
Call 558-8582, or 323-8463

STORE FIXTURES &
SHELVING
USed. store shelving for sale.
CAIl 322-1380 and ask for
Manager to arrange viewing

USED DELL COMPUTER
KB/M/17" LCD/XP
Internet ready
512 Megs/40 gig hd)




Ph: 323-6731
3-pce FRONTROOM SETS.
Price $1,900, good _ offer

$1,500. 341-1732, 426-2918.

EQUIPMENT AND TANKS
FOR SALE AT THE SOURCE
RIVER CENTRE
(THE OLD BACARDI PLANT)
AT 1000 BACARDI ROAD
Stainless steel tanks (6,000.
gallons up to 100,00 gallons
‘Forklifts - Tractor Heads
John Deere Tractors
Pumps, Stainless steel smoke
stack, Many more other
equipment
Call us to arrange a site visit.
We may have just what you
need
Please call 677-3119 or
677- 3106
(Monday to Friday)

8:00 a. m-4- 4:30 p.m

LIKE NEW 1 TOP LOADER
washer and _ 1 front loader dryer
for sale at $500.00 each ONO.
6 pcs front room set, sofa, love
seat, single seat, 2 side tables
and coffee table (DK brown

wood) with cushions for sale
$1,000 ONO complete set.

Call Mrs Johnson at 322-6695
Mon-Fri 8am-4pm or

448-1792 after 4pm

QUICK SALE
Trundle bunk bed, excellent
space saver, sleeps 4-6 little
kids, or 3 teenagers, all white
wood, 2 chest drawers, 1 oval
mirror $800 obo. 323-0955.





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Police launch
nationwide
manhunt

By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter.

tthompson@tribunemedia.net

POLICE launched a nation-
wide manhunt for two armed
robbers who led officers on a
20-minute high speed car chase
and shootout through western
New Providence.

The drama began when the
robbers held up the First
Caribbean Bank at Sandyport

shortly before midday yester-

day.

winter jackets burst into the
bank ordering customers to the
ground and demanding tellers
to empty their tills.

One robber stood guard in
the front area watching cus-
tomers as the employees placed

Two masked gunmen clad in

money on.the counter, while
the second gunman took a
female employee to bank's
vault, presumably to remove
money from the safe, one eye-
witness said.

After escaping with an unde-
termined amount of cash, the
bandits - one reportedly armed
with a semi-automatic weapon
and the other with a rifle -
jumped into a waiting car and
were immediately chased by

police. who were responding to

the alarm.

Minutes into the chase, ’it is
believed the: man armed with
the sémi-automatic weapon
opened fire on a police car
prompting return fire.

Assistant Commissioner in

SEE page eight

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SUPERINTENDENT of Police Welbourne Bootle said he
wishes to clarify that he was in no way connected to or involved
with an animal cruelty case that was heard by a Freeport Magis-

trate’s Court on July 22.

. The case involved his son, Wenito Bootle, who pleaded guilty to
abusing and maltreating a Doberman mix'dog named Meka: He
was granted a conditional discharge and fined $1,758 in costs.

Supt Bootle said he had nothing to do with the matter, and
objected to his name being mentioned in reports about the case.:
















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billionaire’s home amid
fispute with Nygard

By LARRY SMITH

A BITTER dispute that has been
simmering below the surface for years
finally exploded this week when police
raided the Lyford Cay home of bil-
lionaire American financier Louis
Bacon, 52, apparently based on a com-
plaint from his neighbour, 66-year-

- old international fashion mogul Peter
Nygard.

Ten armed plainclothes police offi-
cers entered Bacon's home just after
noon on Monday in search of lethal

SEE page nine



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THIS CEMENT truck overturned in front of the Nassau Beach Hotel in Cable Beach yesterday. The road’ was blocked for several hours after

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Concerns raised
after contract is
awarded to friend of
senior civil servant

CONCERNS over a possible: conflict
of interest have reached the highest levels
of the government after a contract, worth
close to $2 million was awarded to a close
friend of a senior civil servant.

The Tribune understands that this mat-
ter was raised by FNM council members
and party supporters on a Family Island.
According to sources on the island, these
party supporters feared that one “partic-
ular individual” was receiving “too much



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Case files stolen’
after court break-in

By NATARIO McKENZIE
Tribune Staff Reporter
nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net






_ AN investigation has been launched after
thieves broke into the chambers of Senior
Supreme Court Justice Jon Isaacs, report:
edly making off with 200 case files.

Assistant Commissioner of Police Glenn
Miller, who has responsibility for crime man-
agement, said the break-in at the Bank Lane
Supreme Court complex was reported at
around 6am yesterday.

Burglars had gained access to the judge’s
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sources said that the FNM, with only two
years to the next general election could
not afford such a blemish on the party’s
hame. —

_ However, despite the concerns, a well-

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Matthews, who was on
the scene with investigators, said’search
‘efforts had to be called off shortly after
' 4pm yesterday due to inclement weather
rolling into the area.

However, she said investigators would

SEE page eight

missing.

Also inscribed in blue marking on an
entry door to the judge’s chambers was the
phrase “The PLP must win the next election.
All FNM must die” as well as the drawing of
a gun.

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personal computers,
Andros students taking
part in the “Crabs for
Computers” programme
are in the capital today.

And from 8am until 4pm
on Friday, they will be at
RM Bailey Park, selling
their crabs for the
“unbeatably low” price of
$25 per dozen.

Patrons

In addition to crabs,
patrons also will be able
to purchase native delights
from Mangrove Cay like
crab n’ dough, crab n’ rice
and coconut water.

The initiative, launched
by Mangrove Cay admin-
istrator Gilbert Kemp, has

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inspired many Bahamians
who believe the. pro-
gramme encourages self-
reliance. by providing a
real reward for hard
work.

Their goal is to raisé

$9,000 by catching and

selling crabs, then using
the money to buy iaptops.

It is estimated that each
child will have to sell 16
dozen crabs in order to
afford.a laptop.

Mr Kemp reported that
the children were in high

‘Spirits and extremely excit-

ed about their trip to the

capital. ;
The programme has
received widespread

praise, with several gov-
ernment ministers express-
ing their support during
yesterday’s session of the
House of Assembly.

Inspired

One Tribune reader
said: “I was so inspired
after reading this article
that I personally pur-
chased a dozen crabs that I
don’t even know how to
cook.

“They’re still sitting in
my freezer waiting for
someone to show me what
to do with them.”

“Outside of being a real-
ly great deal, where else
in Nassau can you buy a
crab for $2?” Mr Kemp
asked.

“IT hope you are so
intrigued and encouraged
by these kids and what
they are trying to do that
you’ll come out and sup-
port them, and that every,
single crab is purchased by
noon so they can spend
the rest of the day doing
what kids prefer to do
over the summer break -
have fun!”

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, Gregory Naldo Williams

Mr. & Mrs. Gregory and Teresa Williams announce the
graduation of their son, Gregory Naldo Williams.
Gregory graduated with a Master of Engineering
in Civil and Environmental Engineering from The
University of Western Ontario in Toronto, Canada
at its 295th Convocation, Spring 2010.

He is a past Salutatorian of Kingsway Academy High
School and a member of Grace Community Church. His
father, mother, sister Terez, the entire family and

friends are proud of Iris achievement.




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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 3



Concerns over Bahamian participation

in Baha Mar raised at BCA meeting

By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
tthompson@tribunemedia.net

CONSTRUCTION industry
stakeholders yesterday ques-
tioned how the Bahamas Con-
tractors' Association would
ensure that small operators get a
fair share of work on the pro-
posed $2.6 billion Baha Mar
development and similar pro-
jects.

These concerns were raised
yesterday at a luncheon held by
the BCA at the Wyndham Crys-
tal Palace Resort and Casino in
‘Cable Beach to inform the indus-
try of impending changes the
local construction sector must
adopt to qualify for work on mas-
sive foreign investment projects
such as Baha Mar. -

Baha Mar's developers will
introduce $60 million worth of
contracts to begin the first phase
of the project, which will only be
awarded to Bahamian contrac-
tors, in the coming weeks.

BCA President Stephen Wnin-
kle assured the crowd of con-
struction workers, contractors
and tradesmen that his organi-
sation would find ways to help



By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter
dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - The decomposed body
of an unidentified man was discovered in
a high voltage storage building on King
Road after a worker noticed a bad smell.

Inspector Hector Delva reported that
at about 8.15pm, an employee of the
Grand Bahama Power Company con-
tacted the police, and officers accompa-
nied him to the building where the body
of a black man was discovered.



THE MEETING was attended by
construction workers, contrac-
tors and tradesmen.

create the "maximum Bahami-
an participation" in the develop-
ment.

"The reason we're here today
is to try to get the little man
onboard with these projects.
Let's face it — the big fellas, they
fight their battles too but they're
going to be here whether Baha
Mar goes (forward) or not but
the little man needs a lil' leg up

The deceased was wearing a white t-
shirt and dark trousers. A dog was also
found dead next to the body.

Inspector Delva said the deceased is
believed to have been between 35 and 45

years old. ~

demise,”

“The man is not an employee of the
power company and it is believed that the
body may have been there for several
days because it was partly decomposed.

“We are unable to determine what
may have happened or caused the man’s
said Inspector Delva.

The building, which stores high voltage

right now to get along with this
project and that's all we're trying

to do," he said ina response to a_

question from the crowd.

The changes, which will allow
the local construction sector to
meet the expectations of the
international market are sepa-
rated into three parts: Creating a
jobs skills bank for the sector;
adopting an internationally
recognised system of identifying
classifications for division con-
tractors; and launching a con-
struction seminar series to help
contractors meet the pre-qualifi-

cation, tendering and adminis,...
trative requirements: of large oy

scale developers... . |

Courses will then. be. held. at
the Bahamas Technic¢al and
Vocational Institute (BT VI) to
certify these workers; and allow
them to received advanced certi-
fication.

The skills bank will be of use
to contractors and sub-contrac-
tors, allowing them to draw from
a pool of qualified workers. It
also will establish, for the first
time according to Mr Wrinkle,
national standards for those in
the industry, "So that when a car-

penter comes looking for work -

Body of man found in high voltage storage SS

~ equipment, is usually locked-

When asked whether the building was
broken into, Mr Delva said the lock
appeared to have been tampered with.

Police are asking the public for assis-

‘and he shows the certificate you

will have some assurance that
they have attained the basic, min-
imum skills required for each lev-
el.”

The crowd was also briefed
on the most recent developments
in the progress of Baha Mar's
proposed transformation of the
Cable Beach strip, which got a
boost this week after the gov-
ernment of the People's Repub-
lic. of China formally approved

‘the joint venture.

The first phase requires the
removal of government and oth-
er buildings adjacent to the Sher-
aton Nassau Beach and Wynd-
ham Crystal Palace hotels, as well
as the rerouting of West Bay
Street for one and a half miles
to skirt Baha Mar’s build site.

Vice president of construction
for the project, Tom Dunlap, said
the first phase could take 9-18
months.

The development is expected
to create 11,000 jobs for Bahami-
ans and add $1 billion to the local
economy in the first year after
completion. However the future
of the project faces another hur-
dle — final approval from the
Bahamas government.

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tance in identifying the body.

‘ theirs,”

“We are appealing to anyone who
may have reported someone missing to,
check with us to determine whether the
person may be.a relative or friend of
said Inspector Delva.

The body was taken to Rand Memor-
ial Hospital morgue, where police are
awaiting the results of an autopsy.

‘No fees charged’ for a child’s
admission to a public school

By AVA TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter

aturnquest@tribunemedia.net

NO FEES are ‘charged for
the admission of any child into
a public school, Education
Minister Desmond Bannister
confirmed yesterday.

At a press conference held
to address recent claims of stu-
dents being charged “registra-
tion fees” at public schools,
Mr Bannister emphasised that
the administration payments
which had been referred to are
not registration fees and are
not mandatory.

However, the minister
added that the payments do
afford parents a level of secu-
rity they may not otherwise be
able to provide.

He explained: “Whilst the
fee is not mandatory it is high-
ly recommended, as it pro-
vides full time insurance cov-
erage and other benefits that
would be very cost'y and time
consuming for parents to
secure themselves.

Insurance

“The registration fee isa
one-time fee, which enables
the school to purchase insur-
ance for the entire time that
their child attends that school.
In many cases this means 24/7
insurance coverage for a child
for six years.”

Confusion about the fees
first arose on an online social
networking website, where it
was claimed a primary school
student was denied registra-
tion because her parents could
not pay the fees.

Mr Bannister said he felt it
necessary to “clear the air”
after a picture of the primary
school student was posted on
FaceBook holding a card bear-
ing the name of the Education
Minister.

He said: “As a political fig-
ure I expect that I will be
attacked publicly; however, I
do not expect innocent chil-
dren to be used in this man-
ner. I was particularly appalled

Rotary Club helps
the Ranfurly Home

THE Rotary Club of East
Nassau’s Rotaract Club will
assist the Ranfurly Home with
its jumble sale this Saturday.

The sale will be held at
Ranfurly Home, Mackey
Street, from 7am to noon to
raise funds for the Home.

because I. am told that even if
these images are removed they

can still be recalled from ..

cyberspace in perpetuity.”

Mr Bannister admitted that
formerly, there was no unifor-
mity of procedure among
schools, but noted that a uni-
versal protocol was established
last year by the former minis-
ter Car Bethel.

Assistance

It also mandated that
schools were to liaise with the
Department of Social Services
for assistance if a parent was
unable to pay the fees.



He added: “This insurance °~
covers a'child 24 hours per day .

for thé:entire’school year,

whether ‘they are in or out of

school..

“Principals and parents have
called'to advise me of inci-.'’

dents where children were

abroad and were able to

receive medical attention free

of charge,”

MINISTER OF EDUCATION
Desmond Bannister briefs
members of the media on the
proposed registration for —

hurt at-home or on holiday ~ DIOL ae sentry

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Many Jamaicans nervous over US request

DR: ARTURO Valenzuela, US Secre-

tary of State for Western Hemisphere
Affairs, who paid an official visit to the
Bahamas on Tuesday, left many concerned

soaps wagging when he left Jamaica yes-

ter

On a. three-nation Caribbean tour, Dr
Valenzuela announced at a press briefing in
Jamaica that the US government has made
a series of requests for Jamaicans to be sent

to the US for trial. However, he remained.

mum when asked if any of Jamaica’s elect-
ed officials were on the list.

_ When pressed for answers on the extra-
dition request, Dr Valenzuela turned to Isi-
ah Parnell, the Chargé d’ Affaires at the US
Embassy in Kingston, and asked him, as
the man on the spot, to respond.

In answer to questions as to whether the
new requests involved elected officials all
the Chargé would disclose was that the US
Embassy is discreet and circumspect in how
it handles extradition requests.

He said the US Government would con-
tinue to work through the ‘normal diplo-
matic channels to handle any extradition
requests that might be difficult.

He said that there was no significant

»w¢hange.in.the number. of. extradition

requests made by the US, a figure that
ranges between.10 and 20 annually.

Before the press briefing Dr Valenzuela
had met with Prime Minister Bruce Gold-
ing

aa Fe was in Golding’s Tivoli constituency
that Christopher “Dudus” Coke carved out
his personal fiefdom, and threw his full sup-
port behind the governing Jamaica Labour
Party. He demanded total loyalty from his

Tivoli followers and ruled with an iron .

hand. These current extradition requests
are the result of the island-wide chase that
put Coke behind bars in a federal prison in
the US.

The 30-day manhunt ended with 76
deaths over a four-day period as police and
soldiers exchanged. gun fire with his loyal
supporters barricaded in the Tivoli slum.
Meanwhile Coke escaped Tivoli and was
_ eventually arrested at a road check point on
the outskirts of Kingston..

' Disguised in a woman’s wig, he went
quietly and agreed to go straight to the
United States to face trial, rather than go
through an extradition hearing in Kingston,
which could have resulted in more blood-

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shed on the streets. Apparently when he
was picked up he was on his way to the
American Embassy in Kingston to surren-
der. With him was a local reverend who
Coke had asked to arrange the surrender
because he feared being harmed by local
police. He recalled the mysterious death
of his father in a fire in his prison cell as he
awaited extradition to the US on similar
charges. Coke, 41, is accused of gun and
drug trafficking.

His father was the founder of the “Show-
er Posse,” which was reputed to have mur-
dered hundreds of people during the
cocaine wars of the 1980s. His son inherit-
ed the Posse on his father’s death and in the
world of crime carried it to new interna-
tional heights. The American government
had classified him as “one of the world’s
most dangerous narcotics kingpins.”

Before his arrest he had commanded a
private militia. His supporters burned down
two police stations.and shot up four others
in an attempt to protect him from extradi-

tion. Among the dead were two policemen

and a soldier.
But to his followers Coke was their pro-

tector, their “Don”, their “President” and °

their “Robin Hood”. Songs. were written
about him. He was revered because in the
Tivoli slum he cared for his people in ways
in which the government had failed.

As for the government, he delivered the
votes at election time and was awarded
large government contracts. He was close to
many politicians and business persons, who
probably now wish they had never heard his
name.

Even Prime Minister Golding tried his
best to resist the demands of the US for
his extradition, claiming, among other
things, that the US had used unauthorised
wiretaps to ensnare Coke. The whole
episode gave the impression that Coke was
indeed a powerful figure in the island
nation. The longer Golding resisted the
more strained became the relations between
Jamaica and the US. i

It was only .after intense pressure to
resign that Golding backed down and the
extradition was allowed to proceed last
month.

Therefore, it is reasonable to presume
that today there is much nail-biting by many
amongst almost every section of Jamaica’s
society — not just Tivoli.



Parliamentary
Privilege law

EDITOR, The Tribune.

SIR WINSTON
CHURCHILL once said
that,"democracy is the worst
form of Government, except
for all the rest."

We have a clear example
of that when it states in our
Constitution "no civil or
criminal proceedings may be

instituted against any sena- .

tor......by reason of any mat-
ter or thing so brought by
him by petition, bill, motion
or otherwise."

A few weeks ago Sena-
tor Jerome Fitzgerald decid-
ed to attack the integrity of
Nassau Motor Co. on the
floor of the Senate. In a
recent letter to the Press Mr
Rick Lowe, a director of the
Company, presented the
true facts of the matter and

- it is now obvious that the

Senator, for reasons of his
own, decided to create some
mischief at the expense of

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Nassau Motor Co.

I have heard several peo-
ple say "but the Senator is
such a nice person." If that is
so, then let him now step out
of the box, forget which par-
ty he represents for a
moment and offer an apolo-
gy to the Company in the
same venue that he made
the false accusation.

It should be very disturb-
ing to every Bahamian to
know that a parliamentarian
can stand on the floor of the
House and make false accu-
sations against any citizen
which could damage or ruin

‘the reputation of any com-.

pany, organization or indi-
vidual. It is not-only shame-
ful and cowardly but very
undemocratic.

Laws can be changed or

must be amended

amended. In this respect I
refer to the section on Par-
liamentary privilege in the
constitution of New Zealand
- "The privilege of free
speech in Parliament carries
an obligation to use it
responsibly. The House has
the ability to punish for con-
tempt and an example of
contempt would be to mis-
lead the House or a Com-
mittee deliberately."

It would be good to see
Bahamians make an effort
to see that this inadequacy
in-our Constitution and
Statute Law (Chapter 84 of

_The Penal Code, Section

320), is corrected so that
parliamentarians would be
sure of their facts before
rushing to an attempt to
damage or ruin reputations.

SIDNEY. SWEETING,
DDS

Nassau,

July 27, 2010.

Commending Vatican over
stance on ordination of women

EDITOR, The Tribune.

I COMMEND the Vati-
can for reaffirming the
attempted ordination of
women as a “grave
crime.”

At first sight it may

‘ seem that the demands of

radical feminism in favour
of a total equality between
man and woman are
extremely noble and, at
any rate, perfectly reason-
able.

However, this kind of

- emancipation of women

signifies that sexuality is
no longer rooted in
anthropology; it means
that sex is viewed as a
simple role, interchange-
able at one’s pleasure.

Logically this means
that the whole being and
the whole activity of the
human person are reduced
to pure functionality.

Women, who are cre-
ative in the truest sense of
the word by giving life, do
not "produce", however,
in that technical sense val-
ued by a society that wor-
ships at the foot of effi-
ciency.

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themselves to a culture of
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nothing but prone and
power.

The Catholic church
holds that it is not admis-
sible to ordain women to

the priesthood, for very.

fundamental reasons.

These reasons include:
the example recorded in
the Sacred Scriptures of
Christ choosing his Apos-
tles only from among men;
the constant practice of
the church, which has imi-
tated Christ in choosing
only men; and her living
teaching authority which
has consistently held that
the exclusion of women
from the priesthood is in
accordance with God’s
plan for his church.

In calling only men as
his Apostles, Christ acted
in a completely free and
sovereign manner.

In doing so, he exercised

the same freedom with —

which, in all his. behaviour,
he emphasised the dignity
and the vocation of
women, without conform-
ing to the prevailing cus-

toms and to the traditions ~

sanctioned by the legisla-
tion of the time.

There are countless oth-

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serve the Church which
are no less faithful to the
Gospel.

In fact, Pope John Paul
II has stated in Ordinatio
Sacerdotalis that “The
greatest in the Kingdom
of Heaven are not the
ministers but the saints.”

PAUL KOKOSKI
Canada,
July 16, 2010.

Job prospects
EDITOR, The Tribune

JOB prospects might have
been better for these unfor-
tunate graduates if they had
been taught Chinese.

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House debates move for more
transparency in public finance

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

A MOVE to increase
accountability and transparen-
cy of public finances set out in
the Financial Administration
and Audit Bill 2010 was debat-
ed in the House of Assembly
yesterday following a second
reading by Minister of Finance,
Prime Minister Hubert Ingra-
ham.

Support for the Bill to mod-
ernisé and repeal-the 1973
Financial Administration and
Audit Act (FAAA) was

expressed by members of par- °

liament on both sides who high-
lighted the need to continue
with reforms of outdated leg-
islation and take advantage of
opportunities to deepen democ-
racy.

' FNM chairman and Sea
Breeze MP Carl Bethel dubbed
the updated legislation “revo-
lutionary” as it articulates the
powers, duties and responsibil-
ities of the financial secretary,
who he said is the second most
important person in govern-
ment after the prime minister,
as well as setting out a frame-
work for cohesion within the
government by clarifying how
to resolve disputes between the

minister and principal account-

ing officer.

Powers.

The Bill strengthens the pow-
ers of the auditor general and
establishes a new principal
accounting officer as well as an
Internal Audit Department in
the Ministry of Finance to
enhance efficiency, account-
ability and transparency in the
management of government
TesOUrces. ©

Provisions are also made for
Internal Audit Units to be
established in all government
departments. ,

The legislation alters the
financial year, moving the
annual Budget Communication
from June to the last Wednes-
day in May, and requires the
treasurer to submit an annual
statement.of, accounts within
three months of the close of the
financial year so it may be
tabled by December 31.

The Budget Communication
must also include fiscal policy
objectives for the forthcoming
financial year and following two
years, estimates for expendi-

ture over those three years,

plans to eliminate deficit, and
macroeconomics developments
forecast over the next three
years. ;

Any amendments to the
annual Appropriation Act and
Revenue Forecast or adjust-
ments to revenue and expendi-
tures will be madé in a Mid-
Year Budget Statement by the







“MINISTER OF FINANCE, Prime
Minister Hubert Ingraham gave
a second reading the House.

Minister of Finance in Febru-

ary.

But PLP MP: for Fox Hill
Fred Mitchell pointed out that
the mid-year report is already
practised, therefore the legisla-
tion is not revolutionary, but
evolutionary.

He said, “This Bill simply
identifies what the member for
North Abaco (Prime Minister
Ingraham) has been doing for
three years, so I don’t see how
it’s revolutionary,” as he
pledged his support for the Bill.

Mr Ingraham said the exist-
ing-system had to, be mod-
ernised as government’s expen-

diture and revenue has now:

expanded, its economic and
social roles have. changed, and
new information technologies
have altered the way business is
done over the last 37 years.

Developments have been
inspired by the International
Monetary Fund (IMF) Code of
Good Practices on Fiscal Trans-
parency 2007 and ensure clear
roles and responsibilities with-
in the sector as well as an open
budget process, greater avail-
ability of public financial infor-
mation, and an‘assurance of
integrity in financial processes
recognised by governments
around the world, the prime
minister said.

“The modernisation propos-
als in the Bill focus on enhanc-
ing accountability and trans-
parency at all level’ of govern-
ment by making those respon-
sible for, decisions on public
expenditure and revenue, and
those who manage those funds
in implementing government
decisions, clearly and person-
ally accountable for their
actions,” said Mr Ingraham.

“The further strengthening
of good governance requires a
fundamental reform of the
FAAA to bring it into line with
today’s realities.

“More specifically, it is vital-
ly important to bring a greater
degree of accountability and
transparency to public financial
management.”

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proposed legislation.

And an audit of the liabili-
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sion plans should be undertak-
en by external auditors every
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PLP MPs Alfred Sears,
Frank Smith and Ryan Pinder
voiced their support of the Bill,
but also suggested there were

missed opportunities for greater

transparency.

Mr Sears said greater auton-
omy should be given to the
office of the Auditor General
and Parliament should have
more power in the selection of

_ the Auditor General.

The member for Fort Char-
lotte also suggested it is reckless
of government to propose an
increase in their borrowing
capacity to 15 per cent of their
average ordinary revenue.

Debt

Elizabeth MP-Mr Pinder said
the government’s “reckless bor-
rowing” and “irresponsible
forecasting” in the’ budgetary
process has led to-an unprece-

dented rise in government debt .

and called for greater trans-
parency.and more’ responsible
government spending.

“In my opinion, and based
on a track record of reckless
borrowing and spending by this
administration, we could go fur-
ther with this legislation,” Mr
Pinder said.

While Mr Ingraham said it is
difficult to predict when the Bill
will be implemented, he antici-
pates it will be made law before
the next financial year and
urged parliamentarians to begin
to prepare for the new policies
by observing governments
where these practices have
already been tabled in law.

He said: “We should prepare
as much as we can in order to
comply with this Bill before the
Budget Communication next
May as it will become the norm
in the future.

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in the mid-year statement in
February next year to begin to
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SUSAN G KOMEN BAHAMAS RACE TO RAISE FUND

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in residential areas

THE proposed Business

: Licerice Act 2010 should
: bring “a greater degree of
: organisation” to the Bahami-
: an residential zoning land-
:- scape'by restricting the num-
: ber of “pop-up businesses”
: in residential areas, Member ’

‘"? of Parliament for Killarney
; Dr Hubert Minnis said.

Dr Minnis, who also

: serves as Minister of Health,
: told Parliament on Monday
‘? that the Bill will ensure that
: property values will not be
? diminished as a result of the
? noise and environmental pol-
: lution associated with some
: of those “pop-up” businesses.
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: allow for the environmental
i sustainability of residential
: areas, particularly in those
le I é :}, cases where businesses that.
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mechanic shops or car
garages which are constantly
popping up in residential
areas.

“As you-drive about you
see a lot of mechanic shops in
these residential areas and
could you imagine having
developed and built your
dream home and then all of a
sudden, a mechanic shop
opens up next to you and
somebody is fixing cars or
motorbikes or whatever?” Dr

_Minnis asked.

“It not only diminishes

‘property values, but also pre-

sents certain health chal-
lenges as many of these
homeowners still tap well
water and the gas or, oil leak-
age from these mechanic

shops gét into the water table

and that in itself causes some
degree of toxicity and can be
harmful to individuals.

“Tt is essential, therefore,
to have a Bill like this that
will help to regulate these
entities so as to improve the
quality of life for residents,
and improve our health sta-
tus by decreasing the amount
of stress we may encounter
whenever a street vendor
sets up business immediately
in front of our homes or
some car garage opens for
business immediately adjoin-
ing our house,” Dr Minnis
added. '

The Health Minister said
the Bill involves the enact-
ment of the Town Planning
Act which details zoning
requirements.

He said this is particularly
so in cases where individuals
are given licenses to operate
clubs and/or restaurants with
loud music next to homes.

“And even in terms of re-
zoning, it involves the com-
munity which means that the
community has a say in some:
restaurant being placed next
to them; the community has a
say in, some garage being

_ placed next to them, and so

this. Bill brings complete
organisation to our society,”
Dr Minnis said.

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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 7



| LOCAL NEWS

MP raises illegal

poaching concerns §

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

PLP MP for Elizabeth Ryan
Pinder has raised concerns
over the dramatic increase in
illegal poaching in the
Bahamas just ahead of the offi-
cial opening of the crawfish
season on August 1.

Claiming that fishermen in
the Bahamas have long been
neglected for too long, Mr Pin-
der said that he has raised their
plight with. the leadership of
his party and is committed to
join the fishermen in their fight
until the battle “is won.”

“The PLP recognises the
importance of this industry to
thousands of Bahamians
throughout our archipelago of
islands, including Spanish
Wells, Eleuthera, Abaco, Long
Island, Exuma, Andros and
many others. The PLP wishes
to emphatically remind Hubert
Ingraham and the FNM that
fisheries and the crawfish
industry might be the most
important industry to many in

our Family Islands, and to our.

country as a whole.

“Under this government,
fishermen throughout our
Family Islands have witnessed
an explosion in illegal poaching
during the off-season by for-
eign vessels, most noticeably
from the Dominican Repub-
lic. This is destroying our fish-
eries industry, from crawfish,
grouper, scale fish and conch.
We need to be serious about
protecting this fragile industry
so Bahamian fishermen can
have a future in it,” the Eliza-
beth MP said.

Along with the decrease in
fishery supplies, there is anoth-
er concern that Mr Pinder
raised; namely the danger
posed to Bahamian fishermen
on the water due to the
increase in violent attacks by
these same illegal poachers.

“There are reports that for-
eign poachers are attacking
Bahamian fishermen with
explosive devices and spear

ELIZABETH MP Ryan Pinder spoke
about the importance of fisheries
and the crawfish industry.

guns. These encounters have
been reported to the Ministry
of National Security and the
Ministry of Agriculture and
Marine Resources without
adequate response.

“In fact, this summer a
Spanish Wells fishing vessel
had an encounter with illegal
poachers from the Dominican
Republic, and when they did
not receive support from the
Bahamian government, they
seized multiple fishing
dinghies, hundreds of pounds
of illegally caught crawfish and
grouper and brought them
back to port. It is my under-
standing that these illegal
poachers, who exhibited vio-
lent actions against Bahamian
fishermen have been returned
back to the Dominican Repub-
lic without prosecution and are

‘likely fishing illegally again in

our waters.

“The danger is that the inac-
tion by this FNM government
will encourage vigilante justice
in order for Bahamians to pro-
tect their livelihood. This must
be prevented as it will only
lead to additional violence and
possibly loss of life and it can
only be prevented by proper
and persistent policing of our
fishing grounds,” he said.



AN

As such, the MP has called

for the government to rou-

tinely patrol the southern
banks of the Bahamas by air
from South Andros, and use
marine patrols along the south-
ernmost boarder of the Great
Bahama Bank and Cay Sal
Bank. :

Additionally, he said, there
should be the separation of the
Royal Bahamas Defence Force
patrol into two divisions: a)

‘Division for the protection of

marine resources; and b) Divi-
sion for drug interdiction and
illegal immigration.

This, he said would allow a
focus specifically on two dif-
ferent priorities of marine
patrol.

A designated liaison of the
Defence Force should also be
installed to interact on a real
time basis with Bahamian fish-
ermen at sea and all poachers
discovered in Bahamian waters
should be apprehended and
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charge of Crime Management Glenn Miller
said: "Minutes after the call was made, less
than two minutes, the units that were
patrolling the area caught those suspects
coming out of that bank and g gunshots were
fired.

"They hada rifle and we suspect a semi-
automatic handgun and that is based on
reports from officers in the chase who
heard rapid gun shots being fired in their
direction."

The robbers managed to evade the
police, making good their escape on foot
near a dirt road in the area of Nirvana
Beach, off West Bay Street. They aban-
doned their getaway car - a white Nissan
sedan - which police suspect was stolen.

Ofticers yesterday cast their net pation:

Bank robbers

wide, combing the area where the suspects
escaped along with planned road blocks
and random searches.

"We're still down in that area putting
our ears to the ground," said Mr Miller,
adding that a "countrywide manhunt" was
in effect. "Once we identify who these indi-
viduals are we'll put an APB (all-points-
bulletin) across the country for them."

As officers hunt for the bank robbers, a
customer who witnessed the robbery says
he is thankful to be alive.

He said: “The scene was from an action
movie, as it happened so fast.

."The two bandits entered the bank
quickly silencing the unarmed security
guard by forcing him promptly to the -
ground. It appeared they carried two semi-

Concerns raised after contract is awarded

FROM page one ‘

placed source within the party has confirmed
that all the other bids issued in relation to this
contract had been reviewed and the govern- _
ment was “satisfied” that the “best man” got

the job.

Having narrowly defeated the PLP in the
2007 eeneral election, political pundits have
suggested that the 2012 general election will ©
be by far the “hardest fought battle” for either
party considerihg the increase in indepen-

dent and first time voters.

Therefore, without a clear margin of sup-_

port on their side, or the PLP’s, sources with-
in the FNM have suggested that the govern-
ment has sought to “crack down” on any pos-
sible hint of scandal or corruption.

“This is the last thing that the government
would require at this time: Although some

away, there is never a need to-condone or
allow ‘slackness’ in government to ever pre-
vail. As such, the FNM will continue to do the
work for which it was sent to do,” the source
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automatic weapons and were dressed in
winter jackets - green and black.

"The process for getting into the safe
must have taken some time because the
gunman who was watching over us on the
floor kept saying to the other person 'Time,
time brethren’.

“He knocked on the counter and then
leaped over and went to the back.

"They emptied the safe, leaving the
monies that clerks placed on the counter.
They exited as quickly as they entered.

"This has been a terrifying experience
which has left an indelible Happ At on my
memory.

“It’s a sad state of affairs in our small
island nation when we who work hard to.
have a little something, have it taken from
us by those who make a living taking what
is not rightfully theirs.”

/

_ FROM page one

Senior Justice Isaacs, who
presides mainly over criminal
cases, sat on the Elizabeth by-
election court hearing along
with Senior Justice Anita Allen
in March,

Attorney General John’

Delaney, who met with Senior
Justice Isaacs yesterday, told

‘The Tribune he wanted to

speak with the judge directly

to care for his concerns. Mrâ„¢

Delaney said he was taking the
matter “very seriously.” |

“Anything that has to do
with, our judicial system is a
very serious matter,” Mr
Delaney said after the meeting.

The Attorney General noted

that there was clearly a.security
breach.

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‘Case files stolen’

He added: “Tam concerned

_ with the security of our judges

and the courts.

“Security is very important. —

Our judges are very important.”
Mr Delaney, who is also
seeking a meeting with the

‘Commissioner of Police Elli-

son Greenslade, said the inci-
dent had not only i inconve-
nienced Senior Justice Isaacs,
but disrupted his schedule.

He added: “I wanted to
speak with the judge directly
to assure him of my concern
and to make sure the matter

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resume their search for
Darice at 7.30am today.

Cocoa Police. called in
front-end loaders on Mon-
day to clear out heavy brush
and remove top soil from
an area 50 by 50 yards in
order to’search for any
remains. The excavations
could go on until the week-
end. ;

Darice went missing from
a Cocoa condo/hotel in
March 2006; but her disap-
pearance was not reported
to police until almost three
months later.

Through 2006. police
questioned several:ifdivid-
uals who they thought might
have knowledge of her
whereabouts, however, no
viable leads resulted in any
arrests or the discovery of
Darice. Her case went cold
for four years.

Officer Matthews said
police received a tip.on
Monday that Darice’s body

‘might be buried off State
Road 524, in Brevard Coun-
ty, Florida, in an area they
searched several times
before throughout their ear-

_lier investigations.:. ;

An Orlando television

- Station reported that the tip-

“police received came froma
prison inmate. However
Officer Matthews said
police never released where
the information on Darice’s
location originated.

“T can’t confirm that,” she
said.

Officer Matthews said,
though, that the informa-
tion police did receive’ was
quite specific and has them
confident they. will find her
remains and evidence that
will lead to a conviction.

According to Darice’s
cousin, Dana Munnings,
many of her family mem-

“bers in Nassau have been
locked in a:state of denial
over the disappearance.

Darice is the only child
of: Mario and Princess
Knowles. According to sec-
ond Orlando news station,
Mrs Knowles told investi-
gators. her daughter
befriended some “bad peo-
ple”: before her frequent
phone calls home stopped.

She was a former Miss
Bahamas contestant two
years before her disappear-

“ance, and was pursuing a

career in law. She ‘studied
in England before moving
to Florida. ES

A comment left on one |
of the Orlando news sites,
revealed that Darice’s case
was not highly publicised
through the media, “but was:
a topic of street conversa-
tion for four years.

“It has been rumoured as
to how she became miss-
ing,” a comment left by
“Protect our daughters”
said.

“People have. talked
about this for years and (it
was) only until yesterday we
were able to put a face in
this missing person.

“We never had a name,
just a street story about a .

girl from. the islands,

Bahamas, that got hooked

up with the wrong people
that are responsible for her
disappearance.

“You will see that Cocoa
has done nothing to look for
‘this young lady. There is no
reason: as to why we only
heard about this.in the
street versus on the local
news and. or newspapers
and flyers or monthly meet-
ings.”

Officer Matthews said she

had 4n emotional meeting
with Darice’s mother when
she came to the US after the
disappearance.
» “As soon as we find her it
will fill in all those. holes,”
she said. “It was so heart-
breaking.”

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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 9



i a
Police raid Lyford Cay billionaire’s
home amid dispute with Nygard

FROM page one

“ultrasonic |= weaponry."
Although the owners were not
present, police handcuffed and
body-searched household staff
for over three hours, before
confiscating a set of industrial
loudspeakers.

The speakers were returned
the same day.

Although an official police
report was promised yester-
day, the Tribune was unable
to speak to senior officers,
including the commissioner, on
this matter despite numerous
calls.

But Lyford Cay residents
are incensed that someone
could induce the police to act
in this way. According to one
e-mail seen by the Tribune,
"from the moment we heard
of this action by a police team
on the property. of Mr Bacon,
we have vigorously expressed
our strong objections and con-
cerns to the highest level in
government, and to various
levels of police, including the

commissioner. We will contin- >

ue to pursue this matter in the
strongest possible way.""

The long-range speakers are
commercial items used in
sports arenas that were legauy
imported. In the past, Bacon
has made numerous com-

plaints about loud music and:

other noise pollution emanat-
ing from the adjacent Nygard
property at all times of the day
and night.

But this is not just-a passing
spat between two high-profile
investors.

Insiders say there is a wider
long-running controversy
which has serious implications

for the rule of law in the’

Bahamas, and has raised con-
cerns at the highest levels of
government.

"That controversy is the
construction of a major resort
facility within Lyford Cay on
occupied Crown seabed," said
a lawyer familiar with the case.
"Nygard's relentless expansion
over many years has changed
the nature of the community.
His resort handled numbers of
personnel and guests far
beyond the carrying capacity
of the property, along with
heavy traffic, noise and wild
parties."

The two protagonists in this
dispute couldn't be more
opposite to.each other.

Nygard is the. flamboyant,
publicity-seeking: chairman of

Winnipeg-based Nygard Inter-

national, which earns a billion
dollars a year selling women's
clothing. Tess

He emigrated from Finland
in the 1950s, and grew up in
Canada, where he founded his
fashion empire in 1967.

Bacon is from Raleigh,
North Carolina and began his
career in the 1970s.as a clerk

on the New York commodity

exchanges. In 1989, with a
$25,000 inheritance from his

mother, he founded Moore,

Capital] Management, a lead-
ing hedge fund that now man-
ages over $14 billion. Accord-
ing to press accounts, Bacon is
a philanthropist and environ-
mentalist who seeks to main-
tain a low profile. ’

Nygard, who has been char--

acterised by some as a "nefar-
ious power in Lyford", bought

3.25 acres at the western tip of —







the peninsula in 1984, Over the
years he has more than dou-
bled the size of the property
by dredging the bay and fill-
ing the coastliné, creatinga
250,000-square-foot 'Mayan-
themed resort which was rent-
ed out to wealthy vacationers
for more than $42,000 a night.

Bacon acquired Point
House, on eight acres of land

next tothe Nygard, property,’

in 1993’as a second home. He
is a big supporter of the
Bahamas National Trust, the
Clifton Heritage Authority, the
Lyford Cay Foundation and
other local charities. Follow-
ing the police action Monday,
he has put his property up for
sale.

_ Until the Nygard resort
burned down last November,
advertised facilities included a
disco with a 100-person dance
floor, a human aquarium,
waterslides, movie theatre, two
yachts, swimming pools, ten-
nis, volleyball and basketball
courts, 10 bedrooms and a heli-
copter landing pad. Nygard has
been seeking government
approvals to rebuild the resort.

According to one popular
lifestyle website (CS Perspec-
tive): "(Nygard), Cay is notori-
ously known for throwing out-
rageous parties with a lot of
things occurring that should
not be repeated."

At one point, Nygard want-
ed to build a restaurant on
nearby Golding Cay, a
Bahamas National Trust bird

sanctuary, but was turned .

down by government. Healso
sought to:import exotic ani-
mals, add a dolphin enclosure
and build a shark tank. Dredge

- pumps have been used almost

continuously for years to move
sand from the bay onto the
shoreline at the resort.

Over the past two decades,
other residents of Lyford Cay
have expressed alarm about
the. construction activities and
ongoing operations at Nygard
Cay to several government
agencies, either individually or
through the Lyford Cay Prop-
erty Owners Association. But
the activities have continued
unabated. \ .

A July 21 letter from the

“Office of the Prime Minister,

signed by Permanent Secretary
David Davis, advised Nygard

that the government "is not
minded to approve a lease of
the accreted land and request
that you remove any structures
that would have been erected
on this land over the years.

“I am further directed to
advise that going forward no
applications for construction
on, or occupation of, the
accreted land will be approved
by any agencies of the govern-
ment."

The letter was copied to
half a dozen top officials in the
Ministries of the Environment
and Works & Transport.

- Earlier this year, the Cana-
dian Broadcasting Corporation
aired an investigative docu-
mentary on Nygard Cay, alleg-
ing that behind the “larger
than life” public image pre-
sented through his website and
in press releases was another
Peter Nygard.

The broadcast painted a
negative image of the
Bahamas, alleging that Nygard
employed people at will, with-
out work-permits.

Among the claims featured
in the documentary were alle-
gations that Nygard “bullied”
employees and implemented a
harsh system of punitive fines
for on-the-job misdemeanours
— such as failing to stop a mos-
quito biting a guest — which
allegedly left at least one work-
er earning just 87 cents an
hour.

The documentary also inter-
viewed former Bahamian cab-
inet minister Frank Watson:
"Some people would not like
him," Watson said of his one-
time tennis partner. "He is
very aggressive and very
demanding and some people
think he maybe shouldn't have
these parties with all of these

girls around...He marches to

his own drum."

The otherwise restrained
Lyford Cay community
employs some 2,000 Bahami-
ans and injects an estimated
$100 million a year into the
economy. This figure includes
more.than $1.5 million in
grants and scholarships funded
by the Lyford Cay Foundation.

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Education Minister tours
Carmichael Public Library

EDUCATION Minister
Desmond Bannister was
recently hosted to a tour of
the Carmichael Public
Library by Roslyn Thomp-
son, library supervisor, and
Dorcus Bowler, head librari-
an for National Libraries.

The minister met and
talked with some of the
library users and volunteers,
such as Sonya Smith who is a

teacher at Saint Augustine’s
College.
Mrs Thompson then told

the Minister about some of °

the services offered at the
library, which include E-
books, electronic resources,
joint book clubs, photocopy-
ing, public relations tours,
reading time, scanning,
research requests, wireless
connection, and word pro-

cessing.

He was also made aware
of how the internet is being
embraced; how the library
programmes are being
exploited; how users access
online library catalogued
items.

The minister was also told
of the plans for marketing
the library. .

The library promotes read-

ing for leisure each year, and
is proud of the fact that it
offers free use of the inter-
net and membership for chil-
dren, officials said.

It also boasts an Afro-cen-
tric collection, as well as
Bahamian and West Indian
collections. .

The minister took some
time to briefly explore the
library’s website,
www.caramichaelroadli-
brary.org, which he promised
he would access in greater
detail at another time.



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By RENALDO DORSETT
Sports Reporter
rdorsett@tribunemedia.net

she contin-
ues to stake
‘ his claim as
the country's

premier ama-
teur boxer, Valentino
Knowles reached another
landmark in his brief, but
illustrious career. :



Knowles continued his win-

ning streak at the XXI CAC
Games in.Mayaguez, Puerto
Rico, with a win in last night's
semifinal bout.

The 21-year-old defeated

Juan Pablo Romero of Mexi-
co 7:5 on points yesterday to
earn a berth in the gold-medal
match.

A dominant first round ulti-
mately paved the way for the
- win as Knowles came out with
’ an aggressive first round to

outscore Romero, 4:1. He
continued to hold a decisive
advantage following the sec-
ond round as both. fighters
managed to score a single
point. ,
Romero won his first round
of the match in the third, but
_the 3:2 was far from-enough
to close the three+ point
deficit. Spe

THURSDAY,

In the final set for 7pm local
time Saturday. (July 31)
Knowles is slated to face Luis
Romero of Venezuela for the
gold medal. °

Romero defeated Ricardo
Garcia Tejada 6:5 in the other

_ semifinal to advance.

Knowles' road to the final
began witha dominant 7:1
win over Henry Lawrence of
Dominica. After both fight-
ers tied with a single point in
the opening round, Knowles
won rounds two and three
with 3:0 point advantages for

the win. He continued witha. -

second round win over Jose
Maria Virula of Guatemala.
Knowles was awarded the
fight when the referee
stopped the contest with three

‘minutes left in the third round

due to a head injury sustained
by the Guatemalan fighter.
In round one, each fighter
was able to score a single
point, setting the stage for a
competitive bout early on.
Knowles took a decisive
advantage in the second
round where he won the

- round with three points, while

Virula was shutout without a

singl@ point. He held a 4:1
~vadvantage in the bout before
- the referee's stoppage in the
third.

JULY 29,



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GOING FOR GOLD: Valentino Knowles has earned a berth in th

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Tennis: Cartwright eliminated; rain forces play to halt

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player of the draw, 4-6, 1-6. She
returned to the court moments later
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tiative between The Royal
Bahamas Police Force and
Caribbean Bottling Compa-
ny - took to the courts in the
tournament’s highly antici-
pated semifinal games.

The stage for the semis was
set after Monday’s matches

that saw Southeastern defeat >
Quakoo Street 27-24 and

Central Division winning over
Fox Hill, 30-20. :

The Northeastern division
won their match over South-
eastern by default.

The semifinals were sched-
uled to be played at Hay
Street & Trinity Parks.

At Hay Street Park, the
Grove division took on Fox
Hill followed by Northeast-
ern against Elizabeth Estates.

Over at Trinity Park,
Southeastern played Quakoo
Street followed by Central
Division against Southwest-
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Skippers |
struggle to
‘make up |
eround’

By RENALDO -
DORSETT ©

Sports Reporter
rdorsett@tribunemedia.net










AFTER an off day for
Team Bahamas’ sailin
squad at the XXI CA
Games, they are strug- ,

_gling to make up ground |
with the remainder of the
field and remain in medal
contention.

In the men’s Standard
Laser-division, both com-
petitors failed to surpass
the top 20 mark in their
last trio of opening series
races. -

Donico Brown finished
with a black flag disqual-
ification in race four and
followed with finishes of
26, 20 and 21 in his

_ remaining outings.

Adam Russell's latest
opening series races pro-

duced finishes of 20, 26,

DNF and 20 among the

field of 25 skippers.
Brown, who has repre-

sented the Bahamas inter-

nationally at the Optimist

World Championships,

opened with a 15th place
finish in race one, and fol-
lowed with placements of

20 and 13 in races two

and three respectively.
ussell turned in a finish _
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. The. Sunfish » :
heads the field for Team
Bahamas, led. by three-»
time world champion
Donnie Martinborough,
and the country's latest
qualifier for the World
Championships, Chris
Sands. .

After seven races in-the
opening series, Martin-
borough and Sands have
turned in fluctuating per-
formances in the field of
20 sailors in the Sunfish
Class.

Martinborough placed
seventh, 12th and 11th in
his latest trio of outings.
He began seventh in race
one, but followed with his
worst finish thus far in
race two when he came
in 12th. 3

The former world
champion in 1983, 1985
and 1988 rebounded for
his best finish, a fourth in
race three and finished
ninth in race four.

_. Chris Sands turned in
finishes of 13,-six:and six
in his final three opening
series races. SRE

Sands, fresh off his first
appearance at the Volvo
Youth Sailing ISAF
World Championship in
Istanbul, Turkey, where
he represented the
Bahamas in the Laser
Radial division and fin-
ished 28th overall, con-
tinues to perform well on
the international scene.

The 16-year-old Sands

finished fifth in race one,
followed by a seventh
place finish in race two.
He dipped to 18th overall
in race three, but recov-
ered to finish sixth in race
four,

In the Snipe. class,
James Lowe and Roland
Symonette finished sixth,

sixth and fourth, while
Michael Holowesko and
Lori Lowe posted three
consecutive seventh place
finishes.




















































Winners from each park
will play for the prestigious
Sprite Freestyle Challenge
title 6pm June 30 at C I Gib-
son gym.

This year’s event involved
over 2,000 young people in
activities aimed at inspiring
healthy and active lifestyles
as Well as teaching the mean-
ing of teamwork and sports-
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afternoon following a series
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400m feat at the 13th IAAF
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Canada.

More than 1,400 athletes
and team officials from 170
countries converged in New
Brunswick for the track and
field meet.

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list Shaunae Miller shares a
special moment with her
mother Mae Miller (far left
and top) and coach Diane
Woodside (right)

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TEAM: Members of the Roadrunners track and field club pose for a group shot.

Roadrunners

- finish 60th

overall out
of 165 clubs

By RENALDO DORSETT
Sports Reporter

rdorsett@tribunemedia.net ‘

THE final competition in -
a long yet successful season
for one of the country's
most renowned track and
field clubs ended with an ~
impressive showing at a top
club meet at the internation-
al level. §
- ‘Roadrunners track and,
field club returned from the -
14th annual AAU Club
Championships, held July
14-18 at the ESPN Wide
World of Sports Complex in
Orlando, Florida.

The club fielded approxi-
mately 40 athletes between

-the ages of five and 16 for

the week-long meet which
featured dozens of clubs
throughout the US.
Dispersed over five cate-
gories, the team delivered
impressive performances in
each, as they finished above

most divisions. got
Roadrunners finished 17th

out of 46 teams in both the

midget boys and young

- women divisions, and 17th

out of 55 teams in the young
men division. ,

In the sub youth boys divi-
sion, they finished 23rd out
of43 teams and 35th out of
46 teams in the young
women division. |

Ojay Ferguson, elder
statesman on the team and
Carifta team member, led
the team with a first place.
finish in the 400m.in a time
of 47.37s.

In the midget boys, Perry
Adderley was one of the top
performers with a trio of top .
seven finishes in the field. ©
He was seventh in the discus

* with a throw of 17.34m, sixth -

in the shot put with a throw
of 9.78m and fourth in the’
javelin with a throw of

19.68m.

Abiah Missick also
medalled in the javelin, sev-
enth overall with a throw of
16.53m. on i

In the sub-midget boys,
versatile. Ulrick McIntosh
finished fourth in the shot



put (9.31m), seventh in the
discuss (21.28m), and 14th in
the javelin (14.17m). =

On the track, he finished
29th in the 100m in 13.58s
while Ricardo Nixon fin-

ished eighth in the 800m in

2:37.22s.

In the youth girl division,
Faythe Miller finished 19th
overall in the 100m (13.43s)

- and 21st overall in the 200m

(27.91s).

In the young women divi-
sion, Gortia Ferguson fin-
ished eighth in the heats and
22nd overall in-14.21s in the
100m. ’ in

The relay events proved -
fruitful for the Roadrunners

’ club with several medal fin-

ishes.

The team of Ojay Fergu-
son, Javon Rolle, Ivan —-.
Stubbs and Shawn Lockhart |
finished second in the young.
men's 4x100m in 41.82s.

In the youth boys division,
Adorian Williams, Demitri .~

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Maverick Bowleg,finished. -:-
second in 3:42.31s, and in
the same division Williams;~
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48.39s.. :

Roadrunners head coach
Dexter Bodie expressed
much gratitude to his coach-
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and Fiona Tucker, and said
the staff and parents were
pleasantly surprised by the
quick adjustments the young
athletes made in their per-
formances. :

"We were pleased with -
the performances of the
young kids, because for a lot
of them it was their first
time competing in interna-
tional competition and they
stepped up and performed
well," he said.

"Once they were able to
adjust to the level of compe-
tition, they were excited and
enthused about the meet
and of the 40 athletes, about
37.of them performed their -
personal best."

The club finished 60th
overall out of 165 teams in
the meet.

WINNER: A member of the club
shows off his medals.



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“cha rity begins at home...’

During the month of August make a $1.00 donation when shopping at any
of our Solomon’s, Cost Right or Domino's. locations and we will match
your donation up to $25, 000. Our goal is to give away a total of
$50, 000 to the following local charities:

_ New Providence:

|. The Bilney Lane Children’s Home

2. The Ranfurly oie for Children

3. Unity House

4. All Saints Camp
‘5. Great Commission Ministries |

6. Kingdom Ministries

i St.Vincent De Paul

8. The Salvation Army

9. The Special Oiympics

10. The Bahamas Humane Society

Il. The Bahamas National Trust

12, STRAW,
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13. The Red Cross _

14. Northern Council
Nhs Carry Your Cradle

16, The Grand Bahama Home For The Aged
Ad the Grand Bahama Children’s Home |

18. BASRA % |

19. The Lord's Kitchen - Christ The King Anglican Church |

20. The Cancer Association

together, we can make a difference...”

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amian artisans-


















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week-long export mar- Caribbean Development Bank.

; Caribbean Export has also been work-
keting and development ing with Bahamian artisans under the On-

c workshop for Bahamian Site Caribbean Project to increase their
artisans opened at the Wynd- export competitiveness by developing

ham Nassau Resort on Mon- products designed to ensure that region-
day al products can respond to international

Organisers said the artisans will receive is eet you nate a ee
specialised training to enhance their com- P BI P

4 : . : development and investment promotion
petitiveness in the international market- organisation of the Forum of Caribbean

Place. States (CARIFORUM). Donnalee Bowe
The sessions, which attracted repre- 8 A1C”s assistant general manager of the
‘sentatives from throughout the islands, Handicraft Development and Marketing
will move to Abaco beginning August 2. Department, represents the Bahamas on

This initiative is a collaboration among the Board of Caribbean Export
tie em poc on PDO sve opment For more than 15 years Caribbean
Agency (C aribbean Export) under Phase Export has promoted the growth of the
Fe ee eee gas region’s craft sector through the annual
; Caribbean Gift and Craft Show of which

tor Development Programme, funded by : :
the European Union; Bahamas Ministry phe Bananas is a pat said Pao

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a a the Caribbean Design Net-
work (CDN) the following Project.
year, Caribbean Export con- “We are happy to be a part

FROM ‘page 17 of the cratt craft producers and product our Handicraft Development
: : Ss _sector by undertaking initia~ development activities in Bar-- and Marketing Department
tive chairman Edison Key. tives to assist the sector tO bados, the Bahamas, Domini- has been throughout our
Since 2007, Caribbean adopt a design-oriented a, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, islands conducting creative
Export has sought to strength- — approach. handicraft training courses

export potential of the craft



‘tracted a regional team of

product designers to support

and Trinidad and Tobago

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under the On-Site Caribbean

of that,” said Mr Key,
“because at the same time,

en the show and increase the With the establishment of

utilising ingredients found in
the local environment.

“Ours has been a success
of no mean order as persons
impacted by the global eco-
nomic downturn take advan-
tage of money-making oppor-
tunities created in our grow- —
ing handicraft industry," he
said.

He urged Bahamian arti-
sans to be ready for the next
Caribbean. Gift and Craft
Show, which will be held for
the first.time in the Domini-
can Republic in 2011.

'“The show is being re-
branded to take the promo-
tion of gifts and craft in the
region to new levels of excel-
lence,” he said.

“We are all for that. It will
promote the ‘best of the best’
of the Caribbean and target
regional and international
trade buyers with the aim of
becoming the launch pad for
new product collections which
are design led. We must be
ready for that.”

BAHAMAS ELECTRICITY CORPORATION

& BILLING CHANGES

Effective July 1st, 2010 The Bahamas Electricity Corporation
(BEC) has introduced new rates for all consumers in New

Providence and the Family Islands. Billings for all consumers

during this transition period will be carried out as follows:

y. Bills for the service period May 16th to June 15th with the billing date
_ July 3rd were mailed’ out on or around July 10th and were due for
payment on July 23rd at the old rates;



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Bills for the service period June 15th to June 30th were estimated with
. abilling date of July 15th at the old rates. The bills for this abbreviated
period are due for payment on August 6th;

The’ new rate comes into effect for the service period commencing
July 1st, 2010. Meter readings for this service period will take place
at the end of July, and bills will be sent:out in mid-August. Payment for

this period will become due on September 6th, 2010.
iy Scotiabank Gahanian Ltd,

Is currently seeking applications for the following position:
Senior Manager, Client Relationships
Corporate & Commercial Banking Centre

Commercial accounts that were billed at the end of June at the old rates
will receive their next bill at the end of July at the new rates.

The new rates as of July Ist, 2010 will be as follows:

. TARIFF

: RESIDENTIAL : =
10.95 cents per unit
11.95 cents per unit —

14.95 cents per unit
$5. 00

Position Surmmary:

The Senior Manager, Client Relationstins must possess a broad knowledge of
financial products and services ancl will focus on the coss-sedl, up-sell, and retentions
of existing commercial customers. Heshe is responsible for identifying prospects in
target markets, developing prospect acquisition. strategies, maintaining prospect _
felationships, maintaming a sustainable prospect sales pipeling, conducting prospect
‘sales tails; qualification of opportunities based on customer information and high
fevel-of due diligence. The incumbent is on the coverage team with the Credit
_ Solutions Group on deal structuring, negotiation and pricing for new and exsting
muustomers with Rey emphasis placed on proitabikty to the Bank.

ey. Accountabitities for this Role;

“ nines esieacaiond eid prathable gebeth cl he coon backhip pees
fa The assigned market aeaa.
Pursues an aggressive business develognrent program within the assigned market ares
wcconding to agreed upon groveth adjectives,
Builds and maintains a high market profile in the assigned market ares wah boty
ihternal and extemal anda’.
Ensures afl aspects of assigned nelationshins seemive ongoing attention, ag required 88
voaintain, daprowy, grow and retain the relationship,
Safequards the Bank’ wsyets and liabilities:
Executes the Branch Compliance: eeeenentaes ay retlected int the Branch Services and
Procatiures Manu

0-200 units per month

_ 201-800 units per month
Remaining units
Minimum monthly charge

COMMERCIAL

15.00 cents per unit
$10.00 °

‘All units per ie
Minimum monthly charge

GENERAL SERVICE |
MONTHLY BILLS
UNIT CHARGE
Demand charge per month
0-900,000 units per month
Remaining units per month.
Minimum monthly charge

KVA CHARGE
$11.36 per KVA
8.70 cents per unit —
6.20 cents per unit

$ 568.00 Fiuonectiouniat Compevences:
y | The dncumbentmust have at least § pears of commercial bartkitay experience;

TEMPORARY SUPPLIES eet ee er tered anaiotehdge

16. 38 cents per unit $20.00 connection fee @103 00 per month Meter Rental Cre te Cuetec eee

FUEL CHARGE

The inchnubent iuist algo have a steong ubderstanding of the Commendial Bank's
_(variable per unit to include total cost of fuel)

Educational Raquinamerts:

Extemal education andlor heensing prerequisites: Graduate degree int business or
Seen or eek pepaneeey. Cite eens oe the Bank
from time to time.

objectives, strategies, structure, as well as ts Heneling ana deposit products and seivices,
Wary strong inteeparsonal shils and camemunication shits are essenitial fo this pation,
The inesnbant muse be able to effectively articulate views both within the Rank and?
externally it the marker

Strong FC skills are necessary incheding a working Anaaviadae of MS Word, Exc’,
PowerPoint, and all conmnercial systems and platioens,

, ; ® Abiity to conduct due dillgenee on strength of customer financials

SPECIAL SERVICES

Special Reading, Check Reading, Fuse
Replacement
Meter Test — Minimum charge
Visit with intent to disconnect
Residential Consumer

_ Commercial Consumer .
Reconnection Fee
Returned Cheque Fee

‘The Seotiabadk Group is. an ayual appartunay employer nik wkcevives dpplidaantc owt ail mterented
parties. We thank you for your intenast, however, only Chose candidates setacted for ans ittenvinwy will
bas qantacted.

$5.00

Quittied candidates oniy should submit applications via e-tnsail tor Mitnagar, Resourves Manning at

$10.00
scatiabank. bs@scotiabank, com or betore August 6, 2010.

$10.00
$15.00
$20.00
$15.00

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coal to a goose to help it digest oil on Tuesday July 27, 2010. The goose was one-twelve that Creek and Emmett Town-

Leigh and Woody Haroff of Ceresco brought to the refuge. ship warned residents about
: the strong odor from the oil, ,

which leaked Monday froma
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4 Saucepan’s ready for

cooking a snipe (3,4)
Credit marks? (5)
Acraft based on
fundamental duplicity (9)
This man invaded England
(3) :
Lay off the wine (4)
The sameness of unique
characteristics (8)
Disregard one note and not
another (6)
Prove you are the boss —
as Henry VIIl\did (6)
Vegetarian, bright-eyed and:
bushy-tailed (8)
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Skill acquired in regular
teaching (3)

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‘about it (9)

- School fees? (5)
Ostentatious displays of
military strength (7)

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Across: 1 Bondsmen, 5.Onus, 9
Thumb, 10 Inhabit, 11 Artesian well,
13 Allure, 14 Season, 17 In single
tile, 20 Timpani, 21 Ideal, 22 Rear,
23 Contests.

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Having an

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example (9).

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‘ready change (7)

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sets of propellers (8)
Asecond coffee maybe (7)

threatened by them? (4,2)
Perhaps some go round a
number of ways (5)

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around deserts (4)

Hal stopped with him (3)

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Other, 22 Espy, 23 One-sided.

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Greeting, 8 Obstreperous, 12
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13 Decisive gun battle
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Kind of needlework
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Bidding Quiz_

Partner bids One Heart, and the
next player passes. Both sides are
vulnerable, and youyhave a partscore.
of 60. What do you bid with each of
the following four hands?

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1. Two notrump. Different point-

count requirements apply when a
partscore exists. Since one notrump
is sufficient to produce game with a
partscore of 60, it follows that a two-
notrump response should be con-
strued as a slam try.
. Without a partscore, the normal:
range for a two-notrump response is
13 to 15 points, while a three-
notrump response indicates 16 or 17.

With a partscore, greater values are

required for these responses because |

both bids are directed not toward a
game but toward a slam, The two-
notrump response denotes 15 or 16
points, while three notrump shows
17 or 18,

It also should be noted that with a
partscore of 60, a two-club or. two-
diamond response is not forcing on
the opening bidder — even though it
is anew suit by responder — because

. game has already been reached.

Both the two- and three-notrump
responses are limit bids. They do not
compel, but merely invite, opener to

bid again. - ;

2. Two hearts. Slam chances are
practically nil unless partner volun-
tarily bids again. Without the
partscore, your hand would be too
good ‘for two hearts, so you would
temporize by bidding two diamonds
(forcing). With the partscore, a two-
diamond response would be incor-
rect, since partner might pass when
hearts is clearly a better contract. In
these circumstances, the heart fit
should be shown immediately, If the
opportunity arises, the diamonds
may be: shown later.

3, Three diamonds, A jump-shift
by responder is 100 percent forcing,
even With a partscore. There is every
reason to feel optimistic about slam ’
possibilities, but how high to go and
what suit to play in remains to be
resolved, In the meantime,’ partner
should be apprised that you are inter-
ested in more than just a game.

4, Four notrump, This is an ideal
hand for Blackwood. The number of
aces partner has for his opening bid
will be a sure guide as to how many
tricks can be made with hearts as
trump.

If partner responds with five:
hearts, showing two aces, you will
pass. If he bids five spades, showing
three aces, you will carry on to six
hearts. If partner bids five clubs,
showing four aces, seven hearts can
be bid with absolute assurance.

Tomorrow: The step-by-step process.
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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 23



Gulf flow has stopped,

but where's the oil?

NEW ORLEANS

IN the nearly two weeks since
a temporary cap stopped BP's
gusher at the bottom of the Gulf
of Mexico, not much oil has been
showing up on the surface of the
water, according to the Associat-
ed Press.

Scientists caution that doesn't
mean the crude is gone. There's
still a lot of it in the Gulf, though
no one is sure quite how much or
exactly where it is.

"You know it didn't just dis-

‘ appear," said Ernst Peebles, a
biological oceanographer at the

_ University of South Florida. "We
expect that is has been dispersed
pretty far by now."

_ Jane Lubchenco, the head of
the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration,
said government and indepen-
dent scientists have been working
hard to figure out where the oil
might be, but don't yet have
numbers. Some is still washing




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up on beaches and in coastal wet-

lands, but not in the quantities

it was a few weeks ago.
Scientists do know that more

_ than 600 miles of coastline has

been oiled in the nearly 100 days
since ‘the April 20 explosion. of
the offshore oil rig Deepwater
Horizon.

They estimate that between
107 million gallons and 184 mil-
lion gallons spewed into the
Gulf before the cap stopped the
flow July 15. The permanent
solution, using a relief well to
shoot in mud and cement, is still
several weeks away.

So far, officials say they have
recovered 34.6 million gallons of
oily water. using skimmer boats
and burned about 11.1 million
gallons off the sea surface.

So where's the rest?

Scientists are worried that
much of it has been trapped
below the surface after more
than 770,000 gallons of chemi-
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found evidence of massive
clouds of oil suspended in the
water.

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smaller particle," said chemical
oceanographer John Kessler
from Texas A&M University.
"You can't think of it as thick,
nasty crude." ’

Kessler sampled the waters
around the broken well and

found high natural gas levels.

more than 3,000 feet below the
surface and miles-long under-
water oil plumes.

Scientists want to know how
fast the oil is being eaten by
microbes, how fast it is being
diluted, whether it is sinking to
the bottom and where it is being
carried off to. Scientists say large
amounts of oil trapped in the
subsurface could contaminate the
food chain and deplete oxygen.

Lubchenco, a marine scien-
tist, said the oil was not sinking
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By NEIL HARTNELL
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he Government’s
changes to the
auto industry
Excise Tax struc-
ture were unnec-
“essary because many vehicles
“would have migrated to the
highest duty category within a
year, one major vendor said
yesterday, after enjoying 15-20
per cent year-over-year sales
increases over the past four
months.
"Ben Albury, operations man-
ager at Bahamas Bus and
‘Truck, told Tribune Business
that the migration would have
occurred because manufactur-
ers who supplied Bahamian
new car dealerships would have
been unable to support the
knock-down prices at which
they sold vehicles to Nassau-
based vendors.

“We were staring down the
barrel of a gun before that hap-
pened,” Mr Albury explained.
“They [manufacturers] were
breaking their back. I was buy-
ing some of my Chrysler vehi-
cles for less than the larger
dealers in the US with greater
volumes.

“We knew there was only so
long that suppliers could hold
that price for me, and that with-
in the next year or two the mar-

Baha Mar targets construction start ‘before year end’

By NEIL HARTNELL
‘Tribuné Business Editor’

BAHA Mar [&
yesterday |
expressed hope the
Bahamian govern-
ment would pro-
vide the necessary .
approvals “as
expeditiously as
possible” to allow
construction on the
- $2.6 billion Cable
Beach redevelop- |
ment to begin lat-
er this year, as it
continues negotia-

tions with Scotiabank over the latter’s
$170-$180 million bridging loan.
Robert Sands, Baha Mar’s senior vice-

Foreign investment



HOPE: Robert Sands.

* Dealer says Budget’s auto tax rises not needed as most vehicles
would have ended up in top rate anyway within year, as
suppliers unable to support concessionary Bahamas prices

* Bus & Truck sees sales for four months to June 2010 up 15-20%
compared to 2009, but not back to pre-recession levels

* Says consumers will be hit more by tax rises than dealer sales

ket would jump into the higher
duty bands any way. It. was

‘inevitable. Had the Govern-

ment known, they would have
realised there was no need to
change the duty structure. If
the Government had consult-
ed across the board, they would
have seen those vehicles would
go into the higher duty rates
anyway.”

Under the previous auto
industry Excise Tax regime,
where duty rates were deter-
mined on price, Tribune Busi-
ness was told that car manufac-
turers in the US and elsewhere
often sold product to Bahamian
dealerships at a discount to
enable vendors in the Bahamas
to sell them at more affordable
prices: Yet suppliers could only
bear this for so long.

Mr Albury criticised the
Government for its failure to

. consult the auto industry on the

proposed changes, revealing
how a vehicle shipment for

Bahamas Bus and Truck, which .
-came in before the 2010-2011

Budget was announced, was

held on the dock to ensure it
attracted the new duty rates.
Given the sharp increase in
tax payments that Bahamas
Bus and Truck had to incur to
ensure release of its shipment,
Mr Albury mused: “That might
have been the difference
between us closing that day and
60 people being laid-off.” _
Hitting at the “ignorant” way
in which the auto industry duty
rate rises had been handled, Mr
Albury questioned why the
Government did not contact
the sector beforehand, as it
would have “voluntarily come
in, disclosed information” and
answered any questions the
Government wanted.

“I’m trying to understand *

why they did it that way,” he
added, arguing that the Govy-
ernment should have known
what it was doing and the impli-
cations, rather than having to
go back to the House of
Assembly to make amend-

ments to the 2010-2011 Budget.

SEE page 10B

TULY 29... 2010





SNOWSRSERN UY

LIGHT SAVING: Phenton Neymour.

Energy saving deals signed

By CHESTER ROBARDS
Business Reporter
crobards@tribunemedia.net

Tim Clarke/Tribune staff

‘THE GOVERNMENT yesterday signed contracts.to
start the distribution of 150,000 energy-saving light bulbs,
134 solar water heaters and 33 two-kilowatt Solar Pho-

‘tovoltaic energy systems, at no cost, to low income

households in an attempt to minimise energy consump-
tion. ;

Phenton Neymour, minister of state for the environ-
ment, said 20,000 households could be test subjects for
the energy conservation project funded by the Inter-
American Development Bank, where existing incan-
descent light bulbs will be replaced free of charge with
the compact flourescent light bulbs (CFL).

Kelly’s Home Centre was awarded the $204,000 con-
tract to supply the 150,000 bulbs for dsitribution.

“To encourage energy conservation, these CFLs will
be distributed free of charge, with emphasis being placed
on low income households who will be required to.
replace working incandescent bulbs,” said Mr Neymour.

The CFLs. are
SEE page 10B

expected to arrive with-



* Expresses hope Bahamian government will move ‘as expeditiously as possible’ on approvals now Beijing has given nod
* Once all approvals received, ‘immediate award’ of $60m in Bahamian contractor work will happen

slides 41.6% in Q1

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

FOREIGN direct investment
inflows to the Bahamas con-
tracted by 41.6 per cent during
the 2010 first quarter, the Cen-
tral Bank of the Rahamas has
disclosed, with both equity
investments and real estate pur-
chases declining.

In its quarterly economic
review for the three months to
March 31, 2010, the Central

Bank disclosed that net foreign

direct investment inflows —

dropped to $109.5 million from
$187.5 million a year ago.
This, it said, came “as both

SEE page 8B

* Equity and real estate
purchases both down

* But Bahamas, together with
Jamaica and T&T, accounts
for half the $5bn investment
inflows into small island
states during 2009

* Financial sector sheds over
100 workers in 2009, with
proportion of expatriates
shed greater than Bahamians

* But bonuses see expatriate
remuneration increase last
year, while Bahamian salaries
decline by average of 3.7%

Fund sector suffers
$80bn asset decline

By NEIL HARTNELL
, Tribune Business Editor

THE Bahamian investment
funds industry suffered a
“notable” contraction in 2009,
the Central Bank. of the
Bahamas has revealed, with the
number of active funds under

management declining by 9.1.

per cent, and total assets under

management dropping by 29.7 :

per cent or $80 billion.

~ The 2009 annual review of
the financial sector’s contribu-
tion to the Bahamian econo-
my, published as part of the
Central Bank’s latest quarterly
review, said that based on Secu-
tities Commission data the
number of Bahamian-domiciled
investment funds under active

* Bahamian investment fund

industry sees 29.7% asset
drop in 2009, coupled with
9.1% decline in number of

funds actively managed

* Credit unions one of few

sectors to buck contraction

trend, with assets and loans
rising by 5.3% and 9.8%
respectively

management fell by 79 to 788 at
year-end 2009, a reversal of the
previous year’s 10.9 per cent

increase.

SEE page 7B

president of governmental and external ,
affairs, told Tribune Business that once

all necessary approvals were received

from the Bahamian government, the

developer would “immediately award”

six construction contracts to separate

Bahamian contractors for building the

Commercial Village, plus the re-rout-

ing of West Bay Street and its intercon-

nection with JFK Drive.

Speaking in the wake of confirmation
that the Chinese government had
approved the involvement of the China
Export-Import Bank and China State.

Construction as Baha Mar’s financing
and equity/project manager partners
respectively, Mr Sands said the devel-
oper felt it had submitted everything | ing.
necessary to the Ingraham administra-
tion, and had also reached a “different
arrangement” with the Government for
building the Cecil Wallace-Whitfiekl
Building’s replacement. ‘
Under the current terms, while Baha .
Mar would provide the land and finance
the project, the Government would hire
its own contractor and determine the
timing of the new building’s construc-

* Expecting to reach ‘resolution’ on $170-$180m Scotiabank bridge syndicate ‘in the near term’ >
* Developer believes project’s economic boost ‘could not have come at a better time’

tion. Baha Mar is paying the Govern-

“We are hopeful that the Govern-
ment approval process moves as quick-
ly as possible to allow is to begin con-

year,” Mr Sands told Tribune Business.
“We have not received a timeline as yet.
We are hopeful it will be done as expe-
ditiously as possible by the Government

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By NEIL HARTNELL

' Tribune Business Editor

A FORMER Bahamas
Chamber of Commerce presi-
dent yesterday urged the pub-
lic to vote out of office any
MP who opposed Baha Mar
being allowed:to obtain 5,000
work permits for Chinese con-
struction workers, telling Tri-
bune Business that the $2.6
billion project’s long-term
benefits far outweighed any
short-term issues. ° .

Arguing that the Bahamian
economy “desperately needs”
the Cable Beach redevelop-
ment to reverse its decline
over recent years, Dionisio
D’ Aguilar, who is Super-
‘wash’s president, urged the
Government and its ministers
to stop focusing on any ‘nega-
tives’ associated with the
Baha Mar project and instead -
start to sell its positive
aspects.

Telling Tribune Business
that he understood a maxi-
mum of 2,500'Chinese work-
ers would be in the country at
any one time, Mr D’ Aguilar
said: “I’m very excited that

‘the Chinese government has

SEE page 10B



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Different horses for
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pursue will be based on your
experience. However, it-is
important to think about your
customer or audience, who dif-

' fer greatly.

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print. Many web designers
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or are accustomed to the con- °

trol the print world offers.
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or simply the stamping of a
visual image on a viewer’s
mind.

By and large, both graphic
and professional web designers
understand how colours can
create a mood or set a tone,

thus understanding the mean-
_ing of symbols and how they

can be used in communicating
ideas. Like any visual artist,
they comprehend the impor-
tance of symmetry and balance
as well.

Fundamentally, as a designer
you'll need to work with cus-
tomers, as you will be rendering

them and yourself a disservice if.

you don't explain the differ-
ences between both rudiments.
Let's say a customer approach-
es you to seek a printed design
for a site featuring lots of
graphics, animation and other
"business".

Most will probably -not
understand ‘the trade-offs’,
such as download speed and
maintenance, for a page filled
with graphics and animation.
However, your job is to explain
and be transparent, as this will
result in a happy customer and
a credible reputation. Never-
theless, before we move any

further, let’s define each media:

What is Print Media? ;

Print media is the means of
making information known by
the use of books, catalogues,
journals, magazines, newspa-
pers, newsletters and the like.
Meanwhile, Web Media makes
information known through
Internet, TV and radio.

Notably, when designing a
page on the web, its appear-
ance will change drastically
depending upon the browser or
operating system used for view-
ing, whereas print design has
permanence and stability.

Web Media

There has never been a
media that is as “fluid” as the
web. By this I mean: Has there
ever been a media where the
design had to have room to
breathe to account for other
considerations outside the
designer’s control? .

As a web designer, you may
work on: Standard HTML web-
sites, flash websites, e-mail
newsletters and banner adver-
tising. While on the web you
are measuring spaces in pixels,
and are faced with the chal-
lenge of designing sites to look
the best on all size monitors,
aiming for supreme resolution.
Nonetheless, a consistent design
with consistent navigation
(always in the same place) is
key to keeping viewers on your
Site.

Print Media

As a print designer, you may
work on magazines, advertise-
ments, product design, packag-
ing, business cards and logos
etc. However, although it seems
that web design can be very
impressive, it still does not
prove to be as memorable as

” print design.

The reason being is that print
design (good print design)
appeals to more of the senses,
as it has a touch and a smell,
as well as an appearance, lives
longer in the memory and is
easier to identify with. Essen-
tially, it is a possession, while
a web design is viewed without
physicaltouch.

Print design is precise and
has the absolute control of the
layout. When a print publica-
tion is viewed, the design is
cohesive and guides you from
page to page, changing in subtle



ways throughout to retain inter-
est. Your attempt is to convince
your audience to stay on a page
long enough to get a market-

' ing message across. You are

often, in some cases, trying to
lure your customers to dive
deeper into your product, as
with book covers or the first
page of brochures.

Consider the difference
between your colours on screen
and on paper. Again, a ‘proof’
can help ensure you are getting
the desired results.

Another benefit of print
design is that you are dealing
with a physical product, such
as texture and shape. Your
space is generally measured in
inches, anything from a busi-
ness card to a highway bill-
board. For example, the final
piece will be delivered as-is to
the printer, appearing as
intended, while delivering your
designs to a web programmer is
tied in with hopes that your site
would be viewed as proposed.

Dealing with colour can be
very tricky in both print and
web designs, so it is important
to understand each of the
colour models and spaces, such
as RGB:and CMYK.

Let me clarify: For print
designers, knowing the latest

‘ advances in the printing process

will help to achieve the best
results in printed matter, while
for web designers, knowing the
aptitude of your programmer
will help in optimising the most
effective display.

Overall, learning both print
and web design is advantageous
as, you would become more
marketable; because in today’s
job market, listings often
request knowledge of both.
However, being able to offer a
client a full marketing package,
with print materials and a web-
site to match, will aid growth
while building an impressive
portfolio. -

Ultimately, at the most basic
level, the web is interactive and
print pieces are not. Of course,
the list can go on and on for
both, but the basic disparity is
that when designing for print
you will end up with a finished
product that customers can
hold in their hand. Designing
for the web, you will generally
work on an ever-evolving piece
that customers can only view
on a computer display. Hope
these tips were helpful, so until
we meet again, play a little,
have fun and stay on top of
your game.

NB: The author welcomes
feedback at: deedee2111@hot-
mail.com

To: The Art of Graphics

Deidre M. Bastian

From:lfferguson@gmail.com
_ ‘Ms Bastian, Iam a frequent
reader of your column every
Thursday, The Art of Graph-
ics. The articles are well written
and very knowledgeable. I par-
ticularly enjoyed the article on
Presenting the best of yourself -
Presentations. If you have a
chance, could you publish that
one again please? This is also
good for Family Islanders who
are not able to receive this type
of computer/Graphic training.
Keep up the good work

To: L. Ferguson

From: Deidre M.

Bastian/Art of Graphix

Thanks for your remarks and
interest in the Column: Stay
tuned, I will resubmit the arti-
cle, "Presenting the Best of
Yourself" , in the next edition.

All the best.
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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 3B

BUSINESS



Three-phased plan
for contractors to
gain project share

By CHESTER ROBARDS
Business Reporter

crobards@tribunemedia.net

THE BAHAMIAN Con-
tractors Association (BCA) is

readying a three-tier initiative -

that will prepare construction
workers and companies at all
levels to bid for jobs when the
$2.6 billion Baha Mar project

begins in the next several °

months, its president said yes-
terday.

Stephen Wrinkle said the
Bahamas construction indus-
try will have to adapt to chang-
ing methods and technologies,
and adhere to internationally
recognised and accepted stan-
dards, if it is to remain com-
petitive in the region and “par-
ticipate in the future develop-
ment of the country”.

According to Mr Wrinkle,
the BCA has for some time
been working on changing the
way contractors negotiate, bid,
manage and close out projects
in order to have them engage
with large, global contractors
and developers.

The BCA, along with Baha
Mar and the Bahamas Techni-
cal and Vocational Institute
(BTVI), has formulated a
three-part construction initia-
tive that includes a job skills
bank, division-contractors, and
a contractor seminar series.

The job skills: bank will cre-
ate a national database of
workers with various trades

and assess each of them to:

ascertain their skill level. The
database, upon its completion,
will be made available to
Bahamian contractors, sub-
contractors and division con-
tractors to “draw.workers
from”.

The division contractors ini-
tiative will position Bahamians

‘Major/T ribune staff

BAHAMIAN Contractors Association president Stephen Wrinkle speaks during yesterday's luncheon.

to communicate with interna-
tional offshore partners in a
language they understand.
“Incidentally, the Baha Mar
project is an English speaking
project,” said Mr Wrinkle. “By
familiarising our industry to

this format we will significant-

ly improve our chances for a
joint venture or sub-contractor
partnership, as well as oppor-
tunities for the BCA certified,
independent division contrac-
tors.”-He added that the BCA
was not attempting to change
the way construction industry

_ firms do business locally, but

only to have them expand their
abilities.



The contractor seminar - the
third arm of the BCA initia-
tive - will assist general con-
tractors, sub-contractors and
division contractors for the pre-
qualification, tendering and
administrative requirements
that “Baha Mar and other large
construction and development
companies have in place for
their projects”.

In the next few weeks, Baha
Mar could roll out $60 million
worth of contracts to begin the
first phase of the project, which
will only be awarded to
Bahamian contractors.

The first phase requires the
removal of government and

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IN THE SUPREME COURT — CLE/QUI/No. 01433



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" NOTICE
THE QUIETING TITLES ACT, 1959

The Petition of Paper White Limited a
Company incorporated under the laws of the
Commonwealth of The Bahamas and having its
Registered Office situate the City of Nassau in the
Island of New Providence one of the Islands of The
Commonwealth of The Bahamas in respect of:








IN THE MATTER OF ALL THAT piece or parcel
or lot of land comprising an area of Bee and Eight
Hundred and Sixty-seven Thousandths (1. 867)
cs) situate Hae y one and one half

. Cs South of the Settlement of Hope Town
Ibow Cay, Abaco one of the Islands of The
Commonwealth of The Bahamas and being bounded

‘ Northeastwardly by land now or formerly the
' property of Bahama Landfalls Limited and running
thereon Four Hundred Fifty-seven and Fort three.
Hundredths (457.43) feet Southeastwardly by
Centre Line Road Thirty (30) feet wide and running
thereon Two Hundred and Twenty (220.00) feet
Southwestwardly by a Road Twenty (20) feet wide
and running thereon Two Hundred and Ninety-
three and Sixty-four Hundredtlis (293.64) feet and
Northwestwardly by The Sea at High Water Mark
and running thereon Two Hundred and Seventy and
Seventy Hundredths (270.70) feet which said piece
or parcel of land has such position boundaries shape
marks and dimensions as are shown on the Survey
Plan No. 1980 Abaco filed in the Department of
Lands and Surveys of The Commonwealth of The
Bahamas.


























The Petitioner Paper White Limited claims
to be the owner of the fee simple estate in possession
of the piece parcel or lot of land hereinbefore
described and the Petitioner has made application
to the Supreme Court of The Commonwealth of The:
Bahamas under Section 3 of the Quieting Titles Act,
1959, to have its title to the said land investigated
and the nature and extent thereof determined and
declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted by the
rere in accordance with the provisions of the said’
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Copies of the filed Plans may be inspected
during normal office hours at:




The Re of the Supreme Court, Ansbacher
House





ast Street North, Nassau, Bahamas;



The Office of the Island Administrator situate at
Marsh Harbour, Abaco, The Bahamas; and ,




_ The Chambers of Roberts, Isaacs & Ward, The
Rigamo Building, Bay Street and Victoria Avenue,
Nassau, The Bahamas.









NOTICE is hereby given that any person or ersons
~ having Dower or right to Dower or any Adverse
Claim not recognized in the Petition shall before
the 31“ day of — August, 2010 file in
‘the Registry of the Supreme Court and serve on the
Petitioner or the undersigned a Statement of Claim
in prescribed form verified by an Affidavit to be filed ©
therewith. Failure of any such person or persons to
file and serve a Statement of Claim and the requisite
documents on or before the 31st day of August,
2010 will operate a as a bar to such claim.











ROBERTS, ISAACS & WARD,
Attorneys for the Petitioner
Chambers
The Rigarno Building
Bay St. & Victoria Ave.
Nassau, Bahamas






“named Company

Legal Notice

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
(No.45 of 2000)
BUTTERCUP INVESTMENTS LIMITED

In Voluntary liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with
Section 137(4) of the International Business Com-
panies Act No. 45 of 2000, BUTTERCUP INVEST-
MENTS LIMITED, is in Dissolution.

The date of commencement. of dissolution is the
27th day of July 2010..

‘Luis Maria Pifeyrua Pittaluga
Zonamerica, Ruta 8-km 17.500
AILSA, CP91600, Montevideo
Uruguay
Liquidator

LEGAL NOTICE

EGI, Ltd.
(In Receivership)

Pursuant to section 147 (a) of the Companies
Act, 1992, Notice is hereby given that the above-
(‘the Company"). isin
Receivership, commencing the 19" day of July
2010 and Craig A. (Tony) Gomez and Edward R.
Rolle of Baker Tilly Gomez, The Deanery, No. 28
Cumberland Street, P. O. Box N-1991, Nassau,
Bahamas are appointed the Receiver-Managers
of the Company for the purpose of managing the
affairs of the said Company.

Dated the 23, July 2010

Craig A (Tony) Gomez
Receiver-Manager

Edward R. Rolle
Receiver-Manager



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LEGAL NOTICE

Grand Caribbean Resorts Ltd.
(In Receivership)

Pursuant to section 164 of the International
Business, Companies Act and in accordance with
section 147 (a) of the Companies Act, 1992,
Notice is hereby given that the above-named
Company ("the Company’) is in Receivership,
commencing the 19" day of July 2010 and Craig
A. (Tony) Gomez and Edward R. Rolle of Baker
Tilly Gomez, The Deanery, No. 28 Cumberland
Street, P.O. Box N-1991, Nassau, Bahamas are
appointed the Receiver-Managers of the
Company for the purpose of eiaggt the affairs
of the said Company.

Dated the 22, July 2010

Craig A. (Tony) Gomez
Receiver-Manager

Edward R. Rolle
Receiver-Manager



LEGAL NOTICE

INGLEBURY ARCH LIMITED

International Business Companies Act
(No.45 of 2000) .
In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 138 (4) of
the International Business Companies Act, (No. 45 of 2000), :
INGLEBURY ARCH LIMITED _ ise in dissolution. PANA-
MERICAN MANAGEMENT SERVICES (BAHAMAS) LID.,
is the Liquidator and can be contacted at of Winterbotham Place,

Marlborough & Queen Street, PRO. Box N-10429, Nassau, Ba-
hamas. All persons having claims against the above-named com-
pany are required to send their names, addresses and particulars of
their debts or claims to the Liquidator before August 27th, 2010.

Be 4 we

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_ PANAMERICAN: MANAGEMENT
* SERVICES (BAHAMAS) LTD.

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Fed survey:
Recovery
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By JEANNINE AVERSA
AP Economics Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) —
The pace of economic activity
has slowed or held steady in
parts of the US, revealing a
choppy path back to health.

A new survey released by the
Federal Reserve Wednesday
found the US economy growing
this summer, even as risks
mount.

Of the 12 regions tracked by
the Fed, the survey said that
growth held steady in Cleve-
land and Kansas City, but
slowed in Atlanta and Chica-
go. Economic activity else-
where was described as mod-
est.

High unemployment, cau-
tious consumers and businesses,
an ailing housing market and
an edgy Wall Street have kept
the recovery from gaining
strength..

Manufacturing expanded in
most regions. However, half of
them — New York, Cleveland,
Kansas City, Chicago, Atlanta
and Richmond — reported that
activity had "slowed" or "lev-
eled off." Steel production
declined in both Chicago and
Cleveland.

Retailers reported sales
gains, although merchants in
some places said shoppers
focused on buying "necessities."
Sales of big-ticket goods were
slower.

In fact, reports across most
regions found that auto sales
had declined.

The housing market turned
more sluggish after homebuyer

. tax credits expired in April.

Commercial real estate busi-
nesses continued to "struggle"
across all 12 regions, the sur-
vey said.

Jennifer Lee, economist at
BMO Capital Markets, said "it
was a relief" that the Fed's sur-
vey didn't point to a "re-emer-
gence of another recession" giv-
én the adverse conditions.

"Activity is picking up but’

unfortunately the pace remains
sluggish,” she said. "Still no sol-
id evidence that a ‘double dip'
is going to happen."

Findings

The findings will figure into
deliberations when Fed Chair-
man Ben Bernanke and his col-
leagues meet next on August
10

The Fed has signalled that it
will hold rates at record lows
at that time and probably well
into next year to help energize
the recovery.

And Bernanke told Congress

Jast.week that the Fed is pre-

pared to take new steps to stim-
ulate economic growth if the
recovery were to flash signs of

. Sliding back into recession.

At the same time, Bernanke
downplayed the odds that the

economy would slide back into
a "double dip" recession.

The survey also found that
prices of many goods and ser-
vices held steady in most
regions, more evidence that
inflation isn't a problem
because the economy is still
weak, z

Companies are hesitant to
jack up prices when shoppers
are so cautious, and employers
aren't handing out hefty pay
raises, either.

Some improvements were

reported in SEM con-
ditions.
* However, companies are still
relying heavily on temporary
workers, rather than hiring full-
time employees.

The Fed's region-by-region
survey, traditionally known as

the Beige Book, provides a.

unique snapshot of the nation.

The central bank's 12 region-
al arms have their people fan
out to gather information from
businesses and talk to local
economists and experts on the
markets.

The result is a more intimate
look at the overall economy
than broad statistics provide.

The Fed survey is based on
information collected from the
Fed's 12 regional banks on or
before July 19.

The picture painted by the
survey is consistent with the
assessment Bernanke gave
Congress last week.

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Appraisal TBA

| Vacant Land — Hill Top

| Lot # 12, Orange Hill # 1 Subdivision’

| 27,377 sq. ft. and about 1.0417 miles west
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| 2010 .

| Great Guana Cay, Abaco Cays Multi Purpose Coinmnereal siBuilding

(known as Faith Convention Center)
nestles on approximately 2.5 acres of land, |
situated in the town of Marsh Harbour on |
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| situates in the vicinity of the Public Dock
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| Commercial Complex Includes 5 Octagon
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Three incomplete Villas 3 Situated onLot |

_ |.17380 Bahama Sound #18 Subdivision, va
‘Near the Township of George Town, |
Exuma Bahamas. Appraised TBA.

| Two Storey Commercial Building
|George Town Exuma :

| 4,2 bed | bath apartment | bed | bath

| apartment on the top floor, bottom floor.
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| Appraised TBA.









| Single Family Residence
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| Exuma Bahamas!974 sq ft building

| comprising of 6 bed, 2 bath on

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PA Sit A single storey Triplex Building (fully
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Vacant Laud x :

Lot # 90-E, Approximately 16, SDisq fi in
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| A vacant single Storey Structure Building
| situated on Lot # 90-F Approximately

| 27,736 sq ft. in the settlement of Lower

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| Appraised TBA.
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| Lot # 90-G, Approximately 18,826 sq fi in
| the settlement of Lower Bogue on the
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the settlement of Lower Bogue onthe |
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| Lot #90-B, Approximately 22,376 sq ft. in
| the settlement of Lower Bogue on the

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Fund sector suffers
S80bn asset decline

from 800 - reversing 2008’s gain —_ increased by $24 million or 12.7
Of 42. per cent to $213 million.
While the Bahamas had Total employment in the
And, reflecting the decline — avoided.“some of the pitfalls” credit union sector rose by one
in fund numbers, the total value — experienced by other jurisdic- _ to 109 last year, the report said,’
of assets under management by __ tions during 2009, the Central reversing the previous year’s
Bahamian-domiciled invest-. Bank warned that the Bahami- contraction. Salary expenses
ment funds fell by 29.7 percent, an financial services industry - _ rose by 1.4 per cent to $2.8 mil-
or $80 billion to $190 billion, especially the international seg-__ lion, while administrative costs
continuiug the trend started by ment - “is expected tocontinue _—_ declined by $0.4 million to $2.6
2008's $28 billion decline. to experience significant head- million and capital outlays
The data again highlights the — winds in 2010”. ' steadied at $0.3 million.
difficulties the Bahamas is fac- That conclusion is not sur- - The International Business
ing in escaping from the shad- __ prising, given the ongoing reg- | Companies (IBCs) sector was
ow cast by rival international _ulatory initiatives from the likes not immune from the econoin-
financial centre, the Cayman of the OECD/G-20 that con- “ic downturn and global finan-
Islands, which has established tinue to target international _ cial services industry malaisc,
itself as the world’s leading financial centres, increased _ though, as the number of new
investment fund domicile by competition and “increased __ registrations fell from 4,003. in
some distance. demands for greater trans- 2008 to just 2,676 last year. -
And it also exposes the parency and accountability by -As a result, fees paid by the
extent of the work that needs to clients”. IBC industry to the Govern-
be done if the Bahamas is to ,One financial sector that ment fell by $1.3 million or 6
establish itself as a leading appeared to buck the downturn __ per cent to $20 million, comi-:
international investment funds in 2009 was credit unions, pared to a 40.1 per oe
domicile. It has been targeted something the Central Bank __ increase in 2008.
as a key financial services seg- said. showed “growing accep- In the insurance seston:
ment, given that it provides tance” of these institutions by _ wages and salaries held steady
assorted lucrative opportuni- the Bahamian public as direct — at $55.1 million during 2009,
ties for a variety of professions competitors to commercial despite an increase in industry
- fund managers, fund adminis- _ banks and other HepOsl ans staffing levels by 25 persons to
trators, accountants and.attor- __ institutions. 1,540. Some 98.3 per cent of
neys to name a few. While the number of regis- insurance sector employees,
The Central Bank report, tered credit unions fell by two some 1,514 persons. are
though, noted that Bahamas- to 15 during 2009, due to a Bahamians.
based investment fund admin- merger in the sector and one Yet despite the increase in
istrators, “the principal source —de-registration, the Central employees, fees paid by the
of employment in the fund — Bank said the industry’s total insurance industry to the Gov-
industry”, declined in number assets increased by $12.9 mil- ernment fell by $2.5 million or
by two during 2009 to finish the lion or 5.3 per cent to $257.5 15.1 per cent to $14.2 million,
year at 62. million, animprovement upon __ due to drops in premium taxes
This, the report said, implied —_ 2008’s 3 per cent growth. and Stamp Duty.
“a modest reduction in total Outstanding loans, equiva- The insurance industry's cap-
employment levels within the lent to 65.2 percent of the sec- “ital spending increased by $1.5
industry” during 2009, with tor’s total assets, grew by $15 _ million or 20.9 per cent to $8.9
fund under management by million or 9.8 per cent to $168 _— million, due to outlays on new
administrators falling to 707 _— million, while its deposit base — premises.



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FROM page 1B

net equity inflows decreased by
$48.1 million to $74.4 million,
and net real estate purchases
by $29.9 million to $35.1 mil-
lion”.

Given the current condition
of the global economy, investor
confidence and the credit mar-
kets, none of this is surprising.
This data comes, though, after a
leading international-repbort
revealed that the Bahamas -
along with two other Caribbean
territories - accounted for half
the 2009 investment inflows
into the world’s 29 small island
developing states (SIDS).

The World Investment Report
2010: Investing in a low carbon
economy, which was published
by a branch of the United
Nations, said that together with
Jamaica and Trinidad & Toba-
go, the Bahamas accounted for
half the $5 billion in foreign
direct investment inflows
received by the 29 SIDS in
2010.

“Foreign direct investment
inflows to SIDS declined by 35
per cent in 2009, marking the
end of four consecutive years
of increase,” the World Invest;
ment Report 20L0 said. “Nev-
ertheless, at $5 billion, inflows
were the second largest ever.
The share of inward foreign
direct investment flows in gross
fixed capital formation declined
from 40 per cent in 2008 to 30
per cent in 2009.”

The report said foreign direct
investment flows into small
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Foreign
investment
slides 41.0 per
| centin Q1

in 2009, but added: The top
three host economies (Jamaica,
Trinidad & Tobago and
Bahamas, in that order)
absorbed nearly half of the
SIDS group’s total inflows.”
The Bahamas received $654
million in foreign direct invest-
ment in 2009, some 13 per cent
of all such flows going to SIDS.

Still, the $654 million figure rep-

resented a 22 per cent decline
upon 2008’s $839 million invest-
ment inflow, and was also
below the $746 million received
by the Bahamas in 2007.
Given the Bahamas’ rela-
tively high purchasing power,
with a per capita income of
$21,275 in 2009, the World
Investment Report suggested
it was potentially an “attractive
niche destination for specific
industries”, such as luxury

’ goods retailing.

Central

Meanwhile, another Central
Bank of the Bahamas report,
this time on the financial ser-
vices industry’s contribution to
the Bahamian economy, noted

that banking industry employ-.

ment fell by 106 persons or 2.1
per cent to 4,905.

The number of Bahamian
employees in the industry fell
by 1.6 per cent or 75 persons
to 4,602, with non-Bahamian
worker numbers dropping by
31 or 9.3 per cent to 303.

“Of the 106 reduction in
employed persons, nearly 26
per cent (27) were linked to
retrenchment exercises of a sin-
gle entity with a domestic
exchange control designation,”

the Central Bank report said.

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“Some 45 per cent (48 persons)
Of the total represented thg dis-
engagement of temporary.
workers, as institutions sought
to curtail expenses. The bal-
ance featured a combination of

redundancies, due to scaled-

down. operations and normal
attrition.

“A further disaggregation
showed that the number of
Bahamians employed by
domestic banks, which had
grown steadily by an average
of 3.7 per cent over the last five
years, moved lower by 82 per-
sons (2.2 per cent) at
3,653....... .... In addition, the
expatriate workforce in these
institutions decreased sharply
by 20 persons (35.7 per cent)
to 36, compared to an average
rise of 5.6 per cent between
2004 and 2008.”

This resulted in the ratio of
Bahamian to non-Bahamian
employees in the domestic
banking sector falling from
71.4:1 in 2008 to 65.8:1. On the
international side, the ratio of

‘Bahamian to non-Bahamian

workers steadied at 3.5:1, as
there was an increase of seven
Bahamian employees, coupled
with a decline in expatriate staff
numbers by 11.

The Central Bank report not-
ed that average base salaries
and bonuses in the Bahamian
financial service sector declined
by 3.1 per cent and 4.1 per cent
respectively in 2009.

The average compensation
for Bahamian workers fell by
3.7 per cent to $49,481, while

“bonus payments ensured the

remuneration received by expa-
triate workers rose by 17.3 per
cent to $174,779.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTS BOARD LICENSE ARCHITECTS

Commonwealth of The Bahamas

Established by Act of Parliament 1994
P. O. Box CB-13040, 143 Nassau Street - Nassau, Bahamas

Public Notice is hereby given that the following Architects are hereby removed from the Register of the
“Professional Architects Board” Licensed Architects effective June 30" 2010.

NAME

Donald E. Brogden (Deceased)
Philip D.. Johnson (Deceased)

Ayodele O. Olurin °

Daniel W.J. Davies (Deceased) ;

Henry Melich (Deceased)
‘Gerard P. Brown (Deceased) —
‘George T. Sands ~

\

Ray J.H. Nathaniels (Deceased)

_ ADDRESS

P. O. Box N 8585

‘Phone No. (242) 327-5577

- Nassau, Bahamas

P. O. Box N 742

‘Phone No. (242) 323-6815
Nassau, Bahamas

P..O. Box N 8854 ;
Phone No. (242) 326-3675
Nassau, Bahamas ,

P: O: Box EL 25076
Phone No. (242).332-2012

Governor's Harbour, Eleuthera .

P. O. Box N 3921
Phone No. (242) 327-8188
Nassau, Bahamas

P. O..Box 13248
Phone No. (242) 377-0020 .
‘Nassau, Bahamas

P.O. Box 7956. -
Phone Na. (242).327-7433
Nassau, Bahamas

P. O. Box N 221
-Phone No. (242) 327-7748
Nassau, Bahamas

LICENCE NO.

030
034
037
040
045
dl

053

054 |

NAME.
ai N. Clarke (dcbaced)
Wilshire W. Bethel
Cleveland L. Mitchell (Deceased)
Robert M. Nortman
Robert M. Isaacs (Deceased)
Peter J. H. Barratt .
Joseph N. Lynch (Deceased) ~

8

June 30" 2010.”

PUBLIC NOTICE

ADDRESS

P. O. Box N 658
Phone No. (242) 362-4827
Nassau, Bahamas.

P. O. Box N 8485
Phone No. (242) 324-1762
Nassau, Bahamas

P. O. Box N 346

Phone No. (242) 323-4349

Nassau, Bahamas

P.O. Box N 4556
Phone No. (242) 323-7240
Nassau, Bahamas

P. O. Box N 8156
Phone No. (242) 322-4880
Nassau, Bahamas

P. O. Box F 41007.
Phone No. (242) 373-6393
Nassau, Bahamas

P.O. Box N 4014
Phone No. (242) 326-2122
Nassau, Bahamas

LICENCE NO.

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069
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PROFESSIONAL ARCHITECTS BOARD LICENSE ARCHITECTS
Commonwealth of The Bahamas

Established by Act of Parliament 1994
P. O. Box CB-13040, 143 Nassau Street - Nassau, Bahamas

Public Notice is hereby given that the following Architectural Technicians are hereby removed fromthe —
Register of the “Professional Architects Board” Licenced Architectural Technicians effective 30" June 2010.

NAME _

John GSatey :

Edgar A. nies (Ceceased) :
Kenderick N. Harins: (Deceased) "
Michael x. Hinsey

Leroy Knowles

Patrick N. Kaity |

Rufus N. Bain

Austin J. Minnis.

Edwin - Moss | |

William B. Bethel

Richard A. Munnings ‘

Wayne C. Ruséell '

Eugene D.'Toote : ;

Roniiy R. Unhjem. |

Gary W. Martin.

-~ADDRESS
: P.O. Box N-7884- :
_ Phone No. (242) 324-0470

~. Nassau, Bahamas
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~ P.O, Box N 10060

Phone No, (242).324-1732 -
Nassau, Bahamas ;

P.O. Box N 8721

“Phone No. (242).361-5675
'. ‘Nassau, Bahamas

PO, Box N 3525

Phone No. (242) 326-6930

Nassau, Bahamas...

P: O. Box N 8156

’ Plione’No. (242) .
Nassau, Bahamas

P.0. Box N 1509

Phone No. (242) 325-7689
Nassau, Bahamas

“P.O, Box SS.6344
Phone No. (242) 341-3374
'.Nassau, Bahamas |

P. ©: Box N 10734.
Phone No. (242)

- Nassau, Bahamas

P. O, Box F 43906
Phone No. (242).352-5204

_ Freeport, Grand Bahama

» P.O, Box SS 5186

Phone‘No. (242) 325-7689

“Nassau, Bahamas

P.O. Box N 3206
Phone No. (242) 323-3333

. Nassau, Bahamas

P..0.'Box.Sp 6045».
“Phone No. (242) 326-3230
_Nassau, Bahamas

P.O. Box F 41009
Phone No. (242) 352-2942

Freeport, Grand Bahama

P. O. Box AB 20277
Phone No. (242) 367-3241
Marsh Harbour, Abaco

P.O: Box N 4569 ;
Phone No..(242) 341 7046 _
Nassau, Bahamas ;

LICENCE NO. NAME

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To02
T003
T004
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T007
T008
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To10

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T012

_ T013:
7014

T015

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Sherwyn A. Armstrong

Arthur E.H. Maycock

_ McAllen Knowles

Bertram Carey (Deceased)

Aaron C. Russell

‘Hon. Kenneth Russell

Deborah S. Deveaux
Hiton SR. Gray, Sr.
Roland S. Bevans
A. Ellis. Bannister

Marguerite O'Brien Grant

Stefan E. Edgecombe

William K. Higgs
Timothy R. B. Collie

30" June 2010

ADDRESS

P. O. Box SS 5230
Phone No. (242) SS 5330
Nassau, Bahamas

P. O. Box N'7605. .
Phone No. (242) 327-5144

’. Nassau, Bahamas

P. O. Box SS 5499
Phone No. (242) 302-9547
Nassau, Bahamas

, Tarpum Bay
Eleuthera, Bahamas

P.O. Box EX 29102
Phone No. (242) 345-5063
Exuma

\

P. O. Box F 42950

Phone No. (242) 352-9811 -

Freeport, Grand Bahama

P. O. Box GT- 2680
Phone No. (242) 392-7991
Nassau, Bahamas

P. O. Box N 4585
Phone No. (242) 322-4830
Nassau, Bahamas

P. O. Box F 40236
Phone No. (242) 353-7144
Freeport, Grand Bahama

P. O. Box N 9752

Phone No. (242) 331-2022
Queen's Highway

Andros

P. O. Box 3705
Phone No. (242) 352-4333
Freeport, Grand Bahama

P. O. Box N 3102 *
Phone No. (242) 328-7700
Nassau, Bahamas

P. O. Box FH 14043
Phone No. (242) 393-6113
Nassau, Bahamas

‘

P. O. Box SS 5234
Phone No. (242) 393-1057
Nassau, Bahamas

LICENCE NO.

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COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS — 2009
IN THE SUPREME COURT





IN THE MATTER OF ALL that piece parcel or
tract of land containing approximately 12.76
acres situate at White Sound on the western
coast of Elbow Cay (Little Guana Cay) one of
the Cays in the Abaco chain of Cays jin the
Commonwealth of The Bahamas

AND »

IN THE MATTER of the Quieting Titles Act,
1959

AND
IN THE MATTER of the Petition of MAITLAND
LOWE





NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that MAITLAND
LOWE, The Petitioner claims to be owner in
fee simple in possession of all that piece parcel
or tract-of land containing approximately 12.76
acres, situate; at:White Sound on.the western
coast of Elbow Cay (Little Guana Cay) one of
the Cays in the Abaco chain of Cays in the
Commonwealth of The Bahamas, and has
made application to The Supreme Court of the
Commonwealth of The Bahamas under section
3 of the Quieting Titles Act, 1959 to have the
said piece parcel lot of land investigated and
the nature and_extent thereof determined and
declared in a Certificate of Title to be granted
by the Court in accordance with the provisions
of the said Act.



2

AND TAKE NOTICE that copies of a diagram
or plan showing dimensions of the said piece
parcel or lot of land may be inspected during
— normal working hours at the following places:

a) The Registry of the Supreme Court,-
Past Street Now N B

h, Nassau, The Bahamas;

b) The Office of the Administrator, Marsh
arbo

ur, Abaco; The Bahamas;

¢) Office of the Local Government Highs
own District Council, Hope Town, Abaco, The
Bahamas; and ° yee

d) The. Chambers of the Petitioner's
Attorneys Sears & Co., No. 10 Market Street
North, Nassau, The Bahamas.

NOTICE is hereby given that any person
having dower or a right to dower or an adverse
claim or claim not recognized in the. Petition
shall on or before the 7 day of July, A.D.
2010 file in the Registry of The Supreme Court
in the City of Nassau, aforesaid and serve on
the Petitioner or his Attorneys a Statement
of his/her or its claim in the prescribed form
verified. zy an Affidavit to be filed therewith.
Failure of,any such person to file and serve
a Statement of Claim within thirty (30) days
herein will operate as a bar to such claim.
Dated this 14" day of May, A.D., 2010.

MESSRS SEARS & CO.
Chambers
No. 10 Market Street
Nassau, Bahamas
Attorneys for the Petitioner



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‘We were staring down gun barrel’

FROM page 1B

The base for taxation was
switched to engine size from
the price of the vehicle.

A rate of 65 per cent is levied
on passenger vehicles with an
engine capacity of 2,000 c. c. or
less, 75 per cent on engines
between 2,000 cc and 2,500.ccs,
and 85 per cent on those with a
higher capacity.

This contrasts with the for-

mer duty regime, where a duty
rate of 55 per cent was levied
on vehicles with a value of $0-
$9,999. For vehicles valued at
$10,000-$19,999, the duty rate
was 60 per cent, and for those
valued: between $20,000-
$24,999, 75 per cent. Only vehi-
cles worth more than $25,000
carried a duty rate of 85 per
cent.

Mr Albury told Tribune
Business that the increased tax
rates would impact consumers

rather than sales at Bahamas \

Bus and Truck or any other
dealer, because “the person get-
ting approved for $30,000 will
still get approved for $30,000”.

The burden; he explained,
would “fall into the lap of the
customer” as they would be
able to afford less for their
money or the amount they
could borrow.

Meanwhile, Mr Albury said
Bahamas Bus and Truck’s sales
for the four months up to and
including June 2010 had “been
very good”, resulting in him

being unable to meet early July
demand because inventory had
dropped to unanticipated low
levels.

“The last. four months were
fantastic,” Mr Albury said. “It
wasn’t pre-recession numbers,
but an average number pre-
recession. I would say that com-
pared to 2009, it was up 15-20
per cent overall. We still have

’ to have a lot of those months to
get back to pre-recession, but
are seeing things move back on

. an upward trend.”



Energy saving deals signed

FROM page 1B

in three months, and will be distributed
over a period of four to six months. A pub-
lic awareness programme will be ongoing
during the distribution period’ that will focus
on energy efficiency and energy conserva-
tion.

“We will also partner with civil society
and others to conduct community-based
seminars on energy efficiency and conser-
vation, and to aid people where possible, in
the collection and proper disposal of
CFLS,” said Mr Neymour.

The contract to supply the solar water

heaters and Solar Photovoltaics (PV), and
to oversee their installation and training
of installers, was awarded.to Alternative
Power Sources (Bahamas) (APS).

The company, which is headquartered -

in Jamaica, received an award of $305,964
to train individuals to install, operate and
maintain solar water heaters and the PV
systems.

According to APS Bahamas cheif,
Guilden Gilbert, the company has operat-
ed. in the Bahamas since 2008, in Jamaica
for 15 years and also has a branch located in
Bermuda. ;

Mr Neymour said APS was the lowest

bidder for both the Solar Heater and PV
contracts.

He said the PV arm of the project will be
the test bed to determine the financial,
operational and technical challenges of
implementing and reforming legislation
to allow power. generation by PVs.

“These projects are geared toward reduc-

_ ing the impact of rising energy costs in an
environmentally friendly way for our citi-
zens,” Mr Neymour said. “We expect BEC
consumers who participate in all of these
initiatives to see a reduction in their ener-
gy consumption and, as a consequence, a
reduction in their energy bills.”

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BAHA, from 1B

of the Bahamas.
“What it means is that once
our project is approved by the

‘Government of the Bahamas,

we will immediately award
those six contracts to Bahamian
contractors, representing over
$60 million in construction
awards.”

Those projects have been
projected to create at least 200
construction industry jobs, and
apart from the road re-routing
also involve a new fire and
police station, plus new bank
branches for Scotiabank, Com-
monwealth Bank and Fidelity
‘Bank (Bahamas), and a new
Straw Market.

Explaining that the Cecil
Wallace-Whitfield building’s
replacement would not be part
of the $60 million worth of
work, Mr Sands said: “We’ve
entered into different arrange-
ments with the Government of
the Bahamas on that particu-
lar point. The Government will

be responsible for rebuilding
that.
“We've come to an agreed
value and are providing the
land. They will contract the
contractor for that building.”

With approval from the Chi-*

nese government seemingly in
hand, Baha Mar and the Ingra-
ham administration can now
focus on working through this
nation’s approval process,‘and
the 49 conditions precedent the
developer must fulfill to con-
summate its project.

Another key will be resolving
the $170-$180 million bridging
loan provided by the Scotia-
bank-led syndicate, which
financed Baha Mar’s purchase
of the existing Cable Beach
resorts back in 2005. Tribune
Business sources indicated that
Scotiabank feels the situation
is at an “impasse”, the bank
having few attractive options
at this point.

If it moved to foreclose, it
would be left running several
loss-making resorts, and with

little prospect of recovering the
loan’s full value. A debt-for-
equity swap, where the Scotia-
bank syndicate took an owner-
ship stake in the Baha Mar pro-
ject, would also not be attrac-
tive to a conservative lender,
since it would effectively have
to write-down the value.of that
$170-$180 million loan.

It is likely that Baha Mar and
its principals, the Izmirlian fam-
ily, will not settle the Scotia-
bank situation until all required
approvals from the Bahamian
and Chinese governments are
in hand, Tribune Business has
been made to understand.

Resolution of the situation is
important, though, because part
of the collateral for the Scotia-
bank loan is real estate upon

which the $2.5 billion financing -
‘from the China Export-Import -

Bank will be secured upon.
Mr Sands said yesterday:
“We have been working very

hard and collaboratively with -

our partners in Scotiabank.
They know the Bahamian econ-

omy very well due to the impor-
tant business they conduct here,
and they certainly understand’
the positive impact our project
will have on it.

“We are in very active nego-
tiations to finalise the terms of
the bridge financing they have
provided, and we expect to
reach a resolution on this in the
very near term.”

Pointing to the estimated $1

. billion impact to Bahamian

gross domestic product (GDP)

. that the Baha Mar project

would have during its first full
year in operation, plus the
almost 11,000 jobs - including
7,000 direct ones - that would
be created, Mr Sands said the
Cable Beach redevelopment
held “huge economic benefits
for the Bahamas and the
Bahamian people”.

He added that the project
“could not have: come at a bet-
ter time as the economy begins
to recover. This will certainly
aid the economy as it starts that ”
process”.




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given its stamp of approval. We’re one
step closer to getting the project under-
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“A final stumbling block is the
Bahamian government, led by Hubert A
Ingraham, who doesn’t seem terribly
excited about this deal. The economy
desperately needs this project. It would
be a huge boost in confidence. It would
signal a halt in the decline in the Bahami-
‘an economy, and inject a new level of
optimism that something big is about to
happen.”

The former Chamber president said
the mere fact that Baha Mar was about to
start construction could be enough to
encourage other Bahamian and foreign
developers, with plans for Bahamas pro-
jects, to get ‘off the fence’ and move their
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5,000 Chinese worker work permits to a
House of Assembly vote, seeking both
FNM and PLP support for the move,
seemingly amid fears of a political back-
lash regarding the immigration and jobs
implications of such a development.

Yet Mr D’ Aguilar said he had never
seen Mr Ingraham be wary about such a
major investment project before, and
warned that the Government and Oppo-
sition could do “significant harm” to the
Bahamas’ attractiveness as a foreign
direct investment destination if they were
seen to be ‘playing politics’ over the Baha
Mar deal.

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politicians to “give some credit to the
Bahamian peaple”, who were easily able
to distinguish between the short-term
implications of.2,500 work permjts, and
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need to give up a little to get a lot in the
long-term. I hope the Government deals
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“This is good for our economy, good
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talking up the project - what’s good about
it. They need to start selling the good

parts rather than the negative, and the
fact these 5,000 people will not be here all
at once. At most, it’s 2,500.” :

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The Bahamas Orthodontic Center
the story of the Bahamas Orthodontic
Center began when Dr, Lofton Barry
Russell (Barry) after graduating from
Queens College attended Howard
University in Washington, D.C. where
he received the education and prac
ficed training required to pursue his
dream to provide first class Orthoden-
tic Treatment to Bahamians of all ages,
After receiving his BS (microbiology)
and Doctor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S))
he spent a year at Columbia Univer:
sity/Harlem: Hospital in New York City
completing his general practice resi-
dency training. ‘The following year he
returned to Howard University and
completed his specialty training in or-
thoddntics in 1991, Asa dental student
his outstanding academic and leader
ship achievements culnvinated with
his selection to “Whes Who Among
American Colleges & Universities”

BAHAMAS ORTHODONTIC CENTER

WINNER OF THE 2010
BUSINESS OF THE
~ YEAR AWARD

























Returning home in 1991 as the first
Bahamian Orthodontist, De. Russell
established a practice from suitable
rental quarters, His vision was to de
velop a practice that way first: world,
providing the highest quality treat-

thas, a building here in) Nassau was
designed and built specifically ta ae»
commute the macessury stateoalthes
L art equipment and staf) try 1996 the
. practive was officially given the name,
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smiles over the past |

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thodonti¢ Center becominga state atthe
art practice has came to fruition, “The
building on Collins Ave is over 4,000
sq. foot, with a warm, elegant decor It
is fully computerlaed with the mast
prowen and tested orthodontic software
systenn worldwide, Clinicians are able
to access pationt’s history, cocordy (pice
tures, xerays, medels) and Ales chair
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charts to paperless. ‘The orthodontic *
technique and appliances used is the
most advanced in the orthodontic world
known as the Danton System. ‘This sys-
tem has totally revolutionized orthodon-
tics as far as length of treatment, comfort
and hygiene, All first time patients re-
ceive a complementary initial examina~
tien; their digital pictures and x-rays are
taken and displayed on a Smart Board:
Screen for demonstration and education.
‘The systems are so modernized until pa-
tients can access their records, payments
and reminders on line. Patients are re-
minded about their appointments via the
internet, automated calls, text messagi
and the personal touch of the schedul-
ing coordinators. Patients use a touch
screen system to sign in when they come
for their appointments which is used to
assist in alerting staff, particularly in the
clinic of thelr arrival. The Bahamas Or-
thodontic Center realizes that in this age
of technology we have to keep up with
the times in order to keep our patients
informed and educated so we have a face
book account and a complete Website.



‘The success of the Bahamas
Orthodentic Center can be
credited to the fact that we are
a kingdom based practice and

‘so we realize the principle of

becoming great is in our qual-
ity of CUSTOMER SERVICE.
Dr Russell fives in The Bahamas with his

lovely wife, Missy and three wonderful
childrens,

Nassaw:

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Fax: 242-328-5489

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Garth Minard Thompson

29th June, 1940 - 27th July, 2009



We ca hurn dur backs on tomorrow and live a
Or we can be happy for tomorrow because of yesterday
We can remember him and only that he is gone
Or we can cherish his:‘memory and let it live on.

We can cry and close our minds
_ Or we can do what he would want: —
Smile, open our eyes love and go on.



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would» like to express our
‘sincere appreciation for all the
prayers, visits, floral arrange-
ments and well wishes re-
ceived at the loss of our
grandfather.

Your kindness will always be
remembered.

Special thanks . to — Bethel
Brothers Morticians, Jehovah
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Former Data Processing Unit of

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Codar Crest funeral Home

DIGNITY IN SERVICE
Robinson Road and First Street e P.O.Box N-603 ¢ Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
! Telephone: 1-242-325-5168/328-1944/393-1352

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

Monte Allicard "Kaiser"
Thompson, 55

a resident of #75 Rupert Dean Lane, will be held
at 10:30a.m, on Friday, July 2010 at .
Grant's Town S.D.A Church, Wellington
Street. Officiating will be Pastor HA Roach. -
Interment will be made in the Western Cemetery,

| Augusta Street. ;










Cherished memories will forever linger in the
hearts of his devoted partner, Katherine; 3 chil-
dren, Monte Alcion (deceased), Shekeatha
Thompson McIntosh and Tamika Thompson; 1 grandson, Alcion Jai
Thompson; 2 adopted children, DeJewel Woods-Wimmer and Iman Woods; 6
sisters, Gweneth Paul, Cynthia Archer, Alvern Plakaris (deceased) Magnal,
Hermane and Velma Thompson; 2 sons-in-law, Troy Mcintosh and Thomas
Wimmer; 2 brothers-in-law, Fred Paul and Anthony Plakaris Sr; numerous
nieces and nephews including, Donavan, Claudine and Cayden Moxey, Mark,
Makyle, Simone, Sharia, Shamaal and Doyle Paul, Carlo, D'Andrea and Dior
Ramsey, Kailecia and Kirkwood Thompson, Anthony Jr, Ajike, Troy Donavan,
Adrian and Alexander Plakaris, Sonia, Debbie, Sean, Shane and Anton Archer; »
other relative and friends including, Pastor Julia Bain, Carolyn Demeritte,
Beverley Bain, Anna (Dola) Smith, William and Bishop Philmon Wilson, Mae
Armbrister and family, Philip and Mary Moxey and family, Virginia Mortimer
and family, Roslyn (aunt Ross) Evans and family, Dolly Foster and family,
Ruth Miller and family, Edith Wilson and family, Orville Gibson and family,
Alfred and Gloria Brown and family, Elvia Hart and family, Daphne Lamm and
family, Paul Lamm and family, Theresa Lamm and family, Laverne Gardiner
and family, Kingley Rahming and family, Victoria Grant and family, Nurse
Boyd and family, Deborah Turnquest -Davis and family, Ann and Jason Stubbs
and family, Yasmin Stubbs (god-sister), Donna Petty, Janette Morrison and
family, Dwight Stubbs and family, Bernice Roker Collins and family, Barbara
and Jenniemae Poitier and families, Kenneth "Do" Poitier and family, Fred
Brennen and family, Heneritta Poitier and family, George "Babe" Deveaux and
family, Marguerita King and family, the Rahming family, Magnus Swan,
Selma Joseph and family, Leon Sweeting, Marilyn Olga Smith and family,
Cheyanne Bain and family, Elaine Francis Collie and family, Flora Hanna and
family, Rudolph "Boomie" Hanna and family, Keith "Booo" Mackey and fam-
ily, Walter "Valdez" Robinson and family, Brian "Nipper" Wilson and family,
Ruby Murdoch-Hill and family, Alton and Marge Cargill and Family, Godwin
. and Michelle Cargill and family, Wilbert and Eulah Edgecombe and family,
Frances Johnson and family, Merriell Rolle and family, Yvonne Roberts and
family, Adelma Penn and family, Glenalee Strachan and family, Clarice
Varence and family, Elaine Kemp Wells and family, Debbie Stubbs and fami-
ly, Marsha McCartney and family, Kendal Marshall, Carmie Ramsey and fam-
ily, Jennie Dorsett and family, Freddie and Sharon McDonald and ‘family,
Robert Bartlett and family, Shane Benjamin and family, Larry Ingraham and
family, Peter Mitchell and family, GHS Class of 1971, the Thompson, Minnis,
Armbrister, Moxey, Francis, Lockhart, and Cargill families, the Rupert Dean
Lane, West, Dunmore and Warren Streets families and the entire Bain Town
Community.










































Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Cedar Crest Funeral Horne,
Robinson Road and First Street on Thursday from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m.
and at the church on Friday from 9:30a.m. until service time.

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Queen’s Highway
P.O. Box F-40288, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas



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Inez “Aunt Pye” Patricia Rigby, 75

a resident of Sea Grape, Grand Bahama and formerly
of Nassau, will be held on Saturday, July 31, 2010
at 11:00 a.m. at St., David’s Methodist Church, Sea
Grape.. Officiating will be Rev. Theophilus Rolle,
assisted by other Ministers. Interment will be made in
the Grand Bahama Memorial Park IJ, Frobisher Drive.

Left with cherished memories children: Tony and Terry
Rigby, Ryan Davis, Chrisker and Charles “Chuckie”
Bridgewater; grandchildren: Terrance and Kahnia
Rigby, Ryan Davis, Jr., Rashard Nesbitt (West Virginia),
Brittney Lightbourne, Tajah Deveaux; great grand-
daughter: Symphony Missick; sisters: Mary
Wilchcombe; Gloria Delancy, Inez Ewing (New York),
Mary Duhaney, Isula Stuart, Dorinda Jones-Russell,
Rolanda Johnson and Annis Musgrove; brothers:
Sherman Rigby (Turks and Caicos), Fred Jones; nieces: Gwendolyn Dorsette, Donnalee
Murray,-Joyann Tucker (Turks and Caicos), Jacquelin Ramsey, Keva and Judith Wilchcombe;
Irene Ewing (London), Olga Stubbs (Nassau), Claudette Ewing, Jane Bullard (Turks and
Caicos) Donna-Mae Simpson (Ft. Laud.), Sheryl] Moss, Anita and Raquel Deveaux, Adamae
Deveaux (Abaco), Charmaine Poitier, Portia Nottage, Marsha Major, Sandra and Linda
Duhaney, Desiree Gibson, Gina and-Natasha Stuart, Shirley Pinder, Sheila Williams, Michelle
Evans, Barbara, Beverly, Shanika Gray, Deborah Lloyd, Claudia Watson, Geletta Johnson,
Tryanda and Kim Jones; nephews: Hubert, Lionel, Wilfred, George and Michael Douglas,
Jackson, Jr., The Hon. Obediah Wilchcombe, Lynden, Christopher and Richard Wilchcombe;
Kevin Thompson-Delancy ‘(Atlanta Georgia), Vernon and Derick Delancy, John, Tryone,
James Deveaux, Llewelyn-and Houston Ewing (Turks and Caicos) Maxwell Brown (U.S.),
Reno and Reynard Rigby (Nassau); Floyde, Kirkley, Wellie, Joe, Andrew,. Blythe, Richardo,
Sanford Ewing (New York), Louis, Wayde and Marvin Butterfield (Nassau), Sanford, Thomas
and Greg Duhaney, Jeffrey, Godfrey, Sidney and DeAngelo Stuart, Wellington Gray (U.S.),
Charles Johnson, Kingsley and Lincoln Jones, Huel and Javough Brennen; sister-in-law:
Louise Butterfield (Nassau) and Letha Jones; brothers-in-law: Lionel Douglas, Harold Gray;
’ cousins: George and Ina Smith; Joyce Young and family, Esther Knowles, Whitlean Rigby,
Ethel Cleare, Calvin Morley, Clarita Rigby and family, Marshall and Michelle Williams,
Zennith Williams, Holton Rigby, Cheribell Jennings, Mima Stubbs and family (Turks and
Caicos); special friends including: Edna Burns, Mila Cox, Pat Smith, Jennie Rigby, Merle
Grant, Edith Bain, Beulah Dean, Eloise Turner and family, Aneriena Henfield (New York),
Alice Outten and family, Sue Robinson, Jennie Pinder, Mary Knowles (Nassau), Mackey,
Annie and Myrtis Williams; other relatives and friends: The family of the late Fairleen
Lightbourne-Smith, The family of the late Raymund Williams, the family of the late Mizpah
Kelly, the family of the late Johnny Jones, the family of the late James and Flossie Morley,
-Mr. and Mrs. William Seymour and family (U.S.), Ianthy Smith and family (Canada), Naomi
Simmons and family, Nacola Flowers, George Thomas-Arthur and family (Turks Island),
Annis Musgrove and family, Elaine Rigby and family, Ivy Higgs and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Ulyn Henfield and family, Brandon and Leroy Jennings, Victoria Palmer and family, Gloria
Jones and family, Evelyn Lightbourne, Alma Tucker-Russell and family, Luceille Grant and
family, Sally Laing and family, Linda and Viola Rolle, Cecilia Robinson and family, Sarah
Clarke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lightbourne and family, Deloris Lightbourne and
J} family, Jennie-mae Lewis, Enoch Lightbourne and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Williams and

family, Ilane Stubbs-and family, George and Caroline Williams, Flexie Hall and family, Hilbert
‘.and Barbara Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stubbs and family, Annie Rolle and family, Bernice
Higgs and family, Joyann Stuart-McIntosh and family, Helen Dean and family, Eugene
Hamilton and family, Naomi Astwood, Mr. and Mrs. Emmerson Coverly, Shaniquia Russell
and family, Valencia Brown and family, Faye Smith, Patricia Dickenson and family, Olive
Rigby, Brenda Glinton, Maxine Burrows, Izadora Rolle, Pat Glinton, Maria Rodgers and fam-
ily (Miami), Peter Basden and family, Arthur Hall, Nick Lightbourne, Wally Robinson and
| family, Marjorie Stubbs, Remonda Moore, Jerlean Roker and Family, Jean Bain, Garnell Rolle



Fax: 351-3301
Funeral Service for





and family, Neville Lowe and family, Sea Grape community, Rev. and Mrs. Theophilus Rolle,’
Rey. Dr. and Mrs. J. Emmette Weir, Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Lewis,-Rev: and Mrs. John Stubbs,
Rev. and Mrs. Hilgrove Hamilton and G. B. Circuit Methodist family, Eight Mile Rock
Government Clinic, Rand Memorial Hospital Medical and I.C.U, Doctors and Nurses, espe-
cially Nurses Stephanie Mortimore, Letisha Lloyd and Annie Grant and others too numerous
to mention.

Relatives and friends may pay. their last respects at Vase Funeral Home Queens Highway
Freeport on Friday from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m. and at the Church on Saturday from 9:30
a.m. to service time.



Edward Jerome “ Jerry Super J” Johnson, 50

and a resident of #53 Ludford Road, Freeport
and formerly of Nassau, will be held on
Saturday, July 31, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. at New
Hope Methodist Church, Sandcombe Drive,
Grand Bahama. Officiating will be © Rev.
Christopher Nielly. Interment will be made in
the Grand Bahama Memorial Park. :

_Left to cherish his: fond memories are his
mother: Leneanann Johnson; his life. long

partner of 20 years: Clarice Gibson; two
sons: Christino -and Oneal Johnson; one
grandson; four step children: Tyrell and Gem
Johnson, Jermaine North and Rhonda Nancoo;

two sisters: Paulette Stewart. and Laverne
Jones; one brother: Kevin Johnson of Deerfield Fla; three aunts: Vernencher
Bain, Janet Thompson of Miami Florida and Albertha Thompson-Sawyer; four
uncles: Michael_Farquharson, Prince Gordon, Reverand Gregory Thompson
and-Paul Thompson; sisters-in-law: Janet Johnson, Lisa Gibson, Alecha Gibson,
Sherry Dames and Pamela Wilmott; brothers-in-law: Joe’ Stewart, Reggie
Jones, Howard Walkes, Lionel Neely, Donald, Gregory and Mark Gibson; step
grandchildren: Dwight Smith Jr, Dreon, Drexel, Drenay Curry, Barrington and
Shamar North; numerous nieces and nephews including: Sharie Bain,
Patrice Gordon, Shantel Gordon, Michelle Johnson, Tashaga Johnson, Marco
Bain, Kevin Johnson Jr, Thao Johnson, Deshon Thompson, Gregory Thompson
Jr., Lavar Thompson, Paul Thompson Jr, Nadia, Lavardo, Brianna, Joey, Louis,
Kenny,. Marvin, Tashniqua, Taeo and a host of other relatives and friends
including: Ricardo Lighbourne, Brian Neely, Devon Simms, Orville Saint and
family, Vince Saunders and family, George Smith and family, Van and family,
Elmore Smith and family, MacGregor and family, Lowell Culmer and family,
Brennen and family, Johnny: Munroe and family, Edmond and Clement Hunt and
family, James Taylor and family, Basil Sands and family, Dencil “Inch McGuire”

Swain and family, Godfrey Ferguson and family, Sharon Hield and family,
Stretch Morley and family, Double 0 and family, Dwight Darling and family, the
Play Boy City family, the Basket Ball family, the Chippingham family, Humphrey
Smith and family, Anthony Cunningham Bain, “LaLa,” Peter Gilcud, Paul Rose,
Doc Julius Lewis “Dr J”, Oneil Plunkette, Clyde Hepburn, Dereck Cummings,

Deckry Johnson “Cobra,” “Kool Aid” Ricky Ferguson, Gordon Musgrove, Slank,

Brian Nabb, Kevin Johnson “Onion,” Kermit Rolle, Drexel Curry, Phil Jones, “Sir -
K,” “Rangoon,” Culmer, Lewis Yard Crew, Appleton family, Austin Grant Jr and
family, Softly Robins and family, “Booky Nesbitt, “Kool Million,” Freeport Power
Basketball family and othérs too numerous to mention.



Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Yager Funeral Home and
Crematorium, Queens Highway, Freeport on Friday from 12:00 noon until
6:00 p.m.-and on Saturday at the Church from 11:30 a.m. until service time.






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Doris Lotmore, 84

of Twynam Heights and formerly of Ridgeland
Park, West will be held Sunday August Ist,

Woodlawn Memorial Gardens, Soldier Road.
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ter, Patricia Adderley; 35



Bethel Brothers Morticians

Telephone: 322-4433, 326-7030
Nassau Street, P.O.Box N-1026

Funeral ServicesiFor |

forgive us.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44
: Nassau Street on Saturday from 10:00.a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Sunday from
2:00 p.m. at Christ the King Anglican , hoe a.m. to 12:00 noon and at the Church from 1 :00 p.m. until service
| Church, Ridgeland Park, West. Fr. Ivan : :
“| Eldon assisted by Archdeacon I. Ranfurly :

Brown will officiate. Interment-will followin : -

-She is survived by 9 children, Veronica :
McDonald, Clarita Cooper, Julie Reckley, Cyril |
Lotmore -Jr., Suzanne Ranger, Robert (Jeff) ;
Lotmore, Lisa Dean Wellington (Brooke) }
Lotmore, Antoinette (Toni) Lotmore-Rolle; sis- ;
grandchildren, Dennistina Johnson, Dwight |
McDonald, Dwayne McDonald, Robineite Gibson, Keith McDonald, Kevin :
McDonald, Rochelle Morris, Lanette Gray, Uhura Woodside, Kennon :
Cooper, Samantha Carey, David Cooper, Eureinua Reckley, Harry Reckley, :
Jared Reckley, Lynette Lotmore; Katiza Gibson, Felicia (Joie) Lotmore; }
Ashley Lotmore, Tero Ranger, Dion Ranger, Stancia (Tina) Ranger, :
Christopher Ranger, Shantell Lotmore, Talnisha Pierre, Lanova Lotmore, :
Robert Lotmore Jr.; Devonte Lotmore, Jaxare Lotmore, Ava Dean, Euricka :
Dean, Ellisa Dean, Julia Summer Lotmore, Giavanni Rolle, Geo Rolle, dog }
Constant companion Eboni; great grandchildren; 44 great grand; great- ;
great grandchildren; 7 great-great grand sons- in-law, Ezzard Reckley, :
Stanley Ranger, Eurick Dean; daughters- in-law, Deann Lotmore, Yvette |
Lotmore, Carmita Lotmore; grand sons and. daughter-in-law including, :
Edward Johnson, Stephen Woodside, Shawn Gray, Ricardo Pierre, Julian :
Carey, Tamara Simmons; brother- in-law, Ernest Adderley; special or :
devoted friends, Eloise Armbrister, Katrina Livingston, the family of Olga :
Nash, Leah and Rachel O'Brien, Dorothea Roberts, Joan and Sherry ;
Henderson of Jamaica, Lenora Gibson of Ferry, Exuma; adopted children, :
Dr. Locksley and Sue Munroe, Dr. Conville Brown, Enamae Cox, Sherelyn |
Bethel, Tanya Major; cousins, Winifred Johnson, Sylvia Forbes, Louise :
Foster, Mildred Edgecombe, Charlotte Rahming, James and Delores Curry, :
Barbara Cooper, Alice Major, Norma Lightbourne, Godfrey, Francis and :
Patrick. Basden, Enola Burke, Marilyn Moss, Donna Rolle, Beatrice :
Ferguson, Gregory Rox, Beverley Basden of Turks Island and numerous :
others nieces & nephews, Beulah Arnett, Diane Laroda, Ernestine Bartlett, |
Donna Nottage, Karen Adderley, Wendy Higgs, Alethea, Ernest Jr, Tanya and |
Candace Adderley, Andrea Sweeting, Vernay Miller, Valderine McKinney, :
Chrystal Young, Juieth Benjamin, Charles, Anthony and Roscoe Knowles, :
Gary, Donnie, Jeannie and Lionel Lotmore;. other friends and relatives |
Leonie Lockhart, Lena Dottin, Dolores Cooper, Rosalie Minus, Bloneva :
~ McDaniels, Oralee Adams, Shirley-Sands, Shirley Bowe, the Cooper family, |
the Reckley family, the Ranger family, Frances and Granville Rolle, the Dean '
family, the Carey family, The Christ the King family, The ACWand other :
organizations of Christ the King, The Retired Persons Association, the ;
Dance, Laugh and Relax group, the Ridgeland Park West family, the entire |
Lotmore, Plaklaris, Newball and Basden family, Ethelynn Smith, Aileen ;
Wallace and family, Evie Munroe, Sheila Carey- Pesson, Peggy Smith, |
Joyann Miller, Susan Lowe; Elmena Hunt, Veronica Hamilton, Raymond. :
McDonald, Kirk Poitier, numerous others that we may have missed please }





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James Maxwell Thompson Sr., 79

of Sunset Drive, Grove Avenue, West Bay
Street will be held Saturday July 31st, 10:00
a.m. at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, West
Hill Street. Fr. Glen Nixon will officiate.
Interment will follow in the Catholic
Cemetery, Tyler Street.







| He is survived by his six children, Bernadette.
| (Terry) North, James Jr., (Camille), Andrew
\] (Mitzi), Colin (Lynette), Juliana Glinton and
Kristina (Allan) Murray; grandchildren,
Kristy & Jarryd North, Celine & Jaime
Thompson, Alexander, Nicholas & Jessica
Thompson, Ashley & Dominic Thompson,
Jasmyn, Lauren & Morgan Glinton, Joshua & :
Alanna Murray;.one great grandchild, Tyeisha North; sisters and their spous-
es, Catherine & Loftus Butler & family and Rosella & Paul Booth & family of ~
Kingswinford, England; brother and spouse, Maxwell & Elizabeth Thompson
& family of Toronto, Canada; in-laws, Louis & Joanna Grammatico & family,
Ethelmae Grammatico & family, Katherine Pearce & family, Peggy Benson,
Christopher & Angela Benson and family; other relatives and friends, Geneva
Ferguson; Caregiver & Housekeeper for 50 years, Dame Paula Mitchell & fam-
ily, Louise Williams & family, Caroline Bartlett & family, Bernese Albury &
family, the Lee family, Dr. Gail Saunders, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis & family,
Mavis Adderley & family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cumberbatch & family, Larry
Glinton & family, Mrs. Geraldine Murray & family, Carisse Thompson of New
Orleans, Louisiana & family, Heather Thompson of Toronto, Canada & family,
Joyce & Jim Petrina of Memphis, Tennessee, Tim Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Horton, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lleida, Betty Cole, The Chee-a-tow family,
Mr. Keith Mason & family; Mr. Noel Thompson & family, Mr. and Mrs. Lionel
Symmonett & family, Mr. & Mrs. Allan Benjamin & family, Mr. & Mrs. Vann
Gaitor, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tynes, The Base Road family (Robinsons), Sir
Burton Hall & family, Mr.-M. Craig Roberts, the Sisters of St. Martin Convent,
Palace Robinson, Maudice Newton, Princess Butler, Sir Orville Turnquest, The
Honourable Arthur D. Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Storr, Andre Augustin, Justice
Stephen Isaacs, The Supreme Court Registry, Ms: Mary Sweetnam, Ms. Zelma
Nottage, the Newry family, the Capron family, the Wirth family, Dr. John Lunn
and staff, Dr. Agreta Eneas-Carey, Nurses Pearl Mills, Veronica & Velika Bodie,
Nalda Smith, Mechelle Rolle, Ruth Bowe-Darville, Vanessa Armstrong, the
management & staff of the Gaming Board; the management & staff of Anthony
Thompson & Co; the Partners and staff of Halsbury Law Chambers; the man-
agement & staff of Julius Baer Bank & Trust Company (Bahamas) Limited; and
the staff of Doctor's Hospital and Princess Margaret Hospital - Private Medical.

























Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44 Nassau
Street on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the Cathedral
from 9:00 a.m. until service time. atts




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Telephone: 322-4433, 326-7030
Nassau Street, P.O.Box N-1026



Christopher Brunell Storr, 49

of Valencia Road, South Beach Estate- will be
held Sunday August Ist, 11:00a.m. at
Centreville Seventh-Day Adventist
Church, 5th. Terrance, Collins Avenue,
Centreville. Pastor Paul A., Scavella,
Assisted by, Dr.. Leonard A. Johnson, Dr.

Hugh A Roach, Elder Andrew Gilbert, Elder

Todd Beneby will officiate. Interment will
follow in Woodlawn Memorial Gardens,
Soldier Road.

He is survived by his loving mother, Glorian

Storr; aunts, Eulease, Lillian, Ovilda, Laura |

and Cassandra Forbes; uncles, Dwight, Ross

.| and Roger Forbes; grand aunt, Lenora North

: of Florida, USA; adopted sister, Joy
: Rahming: adopted brother, Javan Sweeting; adopted neices, Aurechea and
_ Alexandria; adopted nephews, Nicholas and Alexander; godfather, Charles
| Sweeting; godmother, Dorothy Simon; first cousins, Eugene Simon (Florida,
- USA) Admiral and Curlene Forbes; Joyce and Earthel Moxey, Sidney and
_ Margaret Forbes, Glenda Adderley, Dillis, Rodman, Louise and David Forbes,
', Randy and Olga Forbes, Dale and Sonya Forbes, Terry and Precola Forbes,
- Denise and Jason Greene, Clayton and Victoria Forbes, Dwight Jr and Racquel
- Forbes, Keith Forbes, Patrice and Trevor Greene, Lynette and Renardo Greene,
‘}, Keyjanna Walkine and Javon Forbes, Josette and Trevor Forbes, Dianne and
_ Earl Roberts, Deborah and Timothy Robinson, Thandra and Carlos Foulkes,
_ Anastasia and Dr. Flloyd Carter and Dawne Forbes; second cousins, Stephanie
_ Wright, Sandra Sampson, Sheena and Anthony Simon (Florida, USA), Admiral

- Forbes, Baniecia and Kevin Craig, Leanardo and Austia Moxey, Lucia, Laverne :

- and Lynette Moxey, Carla and Roger Sands, Owen and Dianna Forbes, Decardo
| Forbes, Renaldo, Ron and Robin Adderley, Lynell Thurston, Rondi and Ravea
‘ Forbes, Demi, Dale and Alicia Forbes, Theodore, Thoria and Teann Forbes,
| Hadassah, Jayson and Christiano Greene, Clayton Jr., Keturah and Kaitlyn
| Forbes, Earl I, Jayden and Jenae Roberts, Jordan Robinson, Dwight III,
: Clifford, Daran, Derell and Damien Forbes, Tiffany and Keith Forbes, Kendice,
.| Nikia, Kyle and Kristy Bain, Symonne Walkine, Trinity and Tagologus
_ Cochinamogulos, Ridge and Dylan Greene, Trevor and Trae and Torran Greene,
' Christopher Carter, Stephanie Wright, Sandra Sampson, Sheena and Anthony
_ Simon (Florida, USA .) third cousins, Jada and Joya Sands, Andre Forbes,

| Reynique and Nikia Adderley, other relatives & friends including, numerous
godchildren, Barbara McCartney & family, Mark Stubbs & family,-Althea |

Tinker and family, George Zonicle & family, Phillip Antonio, Oral Gibson &
' family, Amy Gay & family, Eugene Simon & family, David Smith & family,

| James and Marilitta Butler, Sada Miller & family, Edna Ijeoma & family, Esther

| Turnquest &, family, Karen Farrington & family, Naomi Moncur & family,

_ Leonara Pratt & family, Arlington Miller & family, Whitney Miller & family; |
_ Alvena Beneby, Olive Rahming & ifamily, Estell Gibson & family, Una Jane |
| Allen & Family, Lillymae Major & family, Pastor Paul Scavella & family, {
_ Pastor Hugh Roach & family, Pastor Leonard Johnson & family, Pastor Michael |
' Toote & family, Members of Unit #9 of Centerville Sabbath School, Centerville |

_ Sanctuary Choir, the Adventist Men} Chorale, New Providence Sanctuary Choir,

- Members of Eagles Ministry, Members of Foundation of Triathletes Inc. exer-

_ cise club, staff of the Cabinet Office and other relatives and friends too numer-
» ous to mention.

_ Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians, #44 Nassau |
_ Street on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Sunday at the Church ¢
_ from 10:00 a.m. until service time.



Bethel Brothers Morticians |

| T aL Service for



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WIL,

EAST SUN UN RISE MORTUARY

“AN ew ‘Commitment Ti O Service’

re VLE AY aU (Hee

A Musical Memorial Service for

Bishop Michael Angelo Patton, 49 |















will be held on Friday, 30th July, 2010 ai
7:30pm at: Bahamas Christian Fellowship,
Carmichael Road. Officiating will be Apostle
Paul Butler, Bishop Trevor Williamson and
Patrick Smith . z

Funeral Service for i
Bishop Michael Angelo .
Patton, 49 j

of Winton Heights who died July 16th, 2010
: will be held on Sunday August 1st, 2010-at
2 p.m. at Bahamas Christian Fellowship, Carmichael Road. Officiating
will be Apostle Paul Butler, Assisted by Bishop Alan Graves and Bishop
Chadwick James. Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, J. F.
K. Drive. -

He is survived by his wife: Minister Leah Patton; 2 daughters: Marleah &
Marlena Patton; his mother, Marline Dolly Patton; 2 brothers, Rev. Eugene
Patton & Keith Patton; his father-in-law, Ezekiel Williams; sisters-in-law,
Sandra Patton, Mary Coleby, Valderine Williams of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla;
Keturah Williams of Jacksonville, Fla; Jacqueline Burrows; Patricia & Kendra
Williams; 6 brothers-in laws: Shirland “Solo”, Jake, Reginald, Harrison,
Reginald and Quincy Williams; nieces, Eugena, Keirina, Felisia & Jaze!
Patton, Latoya Gray, Portia Smith, Aretha Gardner of Houston, TX, Raquel,
Dana, Talia & Shenique Williams, Precious Burrows, Andrea Darceuil, Tracey
Dorsette & Shanice Murphy; nephews, Rashad, Eugene & Travon Patton,
Curtis Gray, Owen Gray, Cpl. 781 Juan Meadows, Cpl. 2533 Jermaine,
Ricardo & Reno Hynds, Khalviran Edgecombe, Scharrad & Christopher
Cartwright, Javan & Caleb Burrows, Christian, Shirland Jr., Reginald Jr.,
Michael & Tito Williams, Theodore.Dorsett and Patrick Gardner of Houston;
TX and his Church family - The Power House Worship Ministry family.

Friends may pay their last respects at East Sunrise Mortuary, Rosette
Street, Palmdale from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday and again from 10 a.m. tc
6 p.m. on Saturday and again from-10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Sunday and ai
the Church from 12.30 p.m. on Sunday until service time. :

TS SUNRISE MORTUARY.

“A New Commitment To Service”

#27 Rosetta Street, P.O.Box C.B. 12248 / Palmdale,



Nassau, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 323-EAST — (242) 326-4209 Fax: 356-2957
24 hrs. Emergency Service
Cell #: 357-9151 ¢ Beeper: 380-1450 or 380-1117
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Mutler’s Funeral Homes|

& Crematorium

- Telephone: 393-2822, York & Ernest Sts.
P.O. Box N-712, Nassau, Bahamas

Funeral Service for

William Alfred Jones, 7 1

]. of 9 Silver Palm Blvd., Imperial
Park will be held on Saturday
31st July 2010 at 10:00 a.m. at
Abundant Life Bible Church.,.
Abundant Life Road.
Officiating will be Pastor Dr. F.
Edward Allen assisted by Pastor
Cranston Knowles. Cremation
a Will follow.



Left to cherish his memories are his loving wife of nine- —

teen years: Maitlyn (Maisie); his son: Gareth: his daugh-
ter: Ceryl ; one step son: James Fox; one step daughter:
'Rhodine Fox;, two cousins: David and Pam Roberts, ene
‘daughter-in-law: Laurie Jones; three brothers-in-law:
Leon Cartwright, Randolph Knowles and Eddie, Wardle;
eight sisters-in-law: Karen Wardle, Meriel Knowles,
-Carolyn Knowles, Angela Treco, Ruth Burrows, Vera
‘Petrie , Lucy Knowles and Louisa Cartwright; numerous
nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and
friends including: Robert and Rosemary Ramming,
‘Roscoe and Mary Darville, Lisa Ritchie, Julian Smith,
Jasmine Rolle and Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy MacVean, Pastor
‘Dr. F. Edward Allen and the Abundant Life Family, Caleb
‘Goodman, Daniel McKenzie Jr., and others too numerous
to mention. . ;

In lieu of flowers, donations maybe made to the Cancer ~
Society of the Bahamas, P. O. Box SS 6539, telephone
-number 323- 4482.

Rrieids wiay pay their last respects at Butlers’ Funeral

‘Homes & Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on
‘Friday July 30th 2010 10:00 a. m. until 4:00 p.m. and
at the church on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until service
time.



THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 7

Evergreen Mortuary
EXCELLENCE IN THE SERVICE WE PROVIDE

For all of your Funeral Service Needs,
We will be pleased to serve you with honor.

/ Tel: 242- 394-7999
| Fax: 242-3947990
24hrs: 242-341-5309
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DENALEE E. PENN L.F.D.&E.

Mackey Street South
MANAGING/FUNERAL DIRECTOR.

~ (Opposite Minute Muffler) Nassau, ehanunss .

Funeral Service for :

Sharmaine Smith Downy, 32

] Dunmore Street Farrington Road
| and formerly of Tampa Florida. will
| be held on Saturday, July 31, 2010
_ | at Christ Community Chureh
wai Bellot Road at 11:00am. Officiating
will be Pastor Dencil Rolle assisted
by Pastor Kino McCartney. Her
i remains willbe scattered at sea

| immediately following the service.

She is survived by her husband,
William Downy of United States of America; one daughter,
Nickelia Williamson Knowles; parents, Charles and Paula
Smith; grandmother, Victoria Smith of Green Castle
Eleuthera; three brothers, Lavardo, Charles, and Lanardo
Smith; two ‘sisters, Holly and Catherine Smith; aunt and
guardian, Perline Santana and aunt Verna Douglas-of Green
Castle-Eleuthera; grand aunts; Ilva and Princess Thompson
of United States of America, Christine Smith and Charline
Burrows; uncles, Vincent Symonette, Wellington and
Lawrence Burrows and Jason Smith; one uncle-in-law, Doni
Santana; grand uncles, Daniel Sr., Henry, George and
Simon Henry Thompson; nieces and nephews, Brandon,
Brian, Meka, C.J., Andre and Ashanti; cousins and other rel-
atives including, Theodora, Terran, Christer, Ashenique,
Nathalie, Karlisha, Charo, Anthonisha, Niokra,. Lorraine,
Vanessa, Tasha, Larissa, Danielle, Jasonelle, Telly, Nika,

‘Ilvon, Chelly, Ashton, Miquel, Maudrico, Tonique, Robinique,

Robinisha, Ashadiyah, Latrell, Savannah; Makahi, Sgt
Stephen Moutrie, -Inspector Kirk Douglas, Kim, Bridgette,
Tiffany, Nevaeh. Tianya. Candace, Italia,, Dawndria, Korteas,
Kaylisa , Registered Nurse Kaylor Douglas, William Barley
and Kishna Kpowles:

Funeral Arratigeriienits are Gai handled 0 Fisigreen
Mortuary, Mackey Street. |


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Cory ~~ .
Burtiss Memorial Mortuary
Chapel, Ramsey, Exuma - Tel: 345-7020¢ Robinson Rd & Sth Street

Tel: 325-6621/922-4969 « 24 Hour Paging Service 323-9761

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

PHOEBE DORIS
FOX, 53

“““)of Ridgeland Park west will be
held on Saturday at 1:00 P.M. at
») Living Waters Kingdom
| Ministries, Warren Street, Oakes
) Field. Officiating will be Apostle
Raymond Wells assisted by Other
Ministries of the . Gospel.
Interment in Lakeview Memorial
Garden, J.FK. Drive = and

















Gladstone Road.







She is survived by her Sons: Everette Russell, Brian and
Brandon. Hepburn; Father; Captain Clement Fox; Sister:
‘Fredericka Clarke; 6 Brothers: Ronald, Jasper, Cecil, Clement
Jr., Sidney and Benjamin Fox; Aunts: Florence Mcintosh,
Vyrona Archer, Virginia Lighrbourne and Rita Spriggs;
Uncles: Johnathan and Joseph Russell, Aunts-in-law:
Genevieve, Patrice and Ella Russell; Uncle-in-law: Thomas
Lightbourne; Granduncle: Urskin Wells; Nieces: Jasmain
Lockhart, Deshanique Rolle, Jonnelle, Cherelle, and Sydney
Fox. and Rennae Sweeting; Nephews: Alex, Frederick,
Jasthen, and Kyle Fox, Davayne and Dorian Smith and
Michael Clarke; Brother-in-law: Anthony Clarke; Sisters-in-
law: Deborah, Jennifer and Shereen Fox; Host of other rela-
tives and friends including Maudline Cooper and Family, The
Thompson Family,’The Curry Family, Ophelia Fox and
Family, The Gomez Family, The Colebrooke Family, Evelyn
‘Bain and Family, Reevie Fox and Family, Virginia
Lightbourne and Family, Rev. Ronald Bastian and Family,
Agatha Marcella, Velda Campbell, Jacquelyn Dean, Sabrina
Francis, Bernadette Burrows, Helen, and Latheisa
Lightbourne, Sandra Burnside, Paulette Maxwell, Shevon
Smith, Andrea Johnson, Sherman Johnson, The Poop Deck
Family, The Holwesko Family, Bishop Simeon and First Lady
Hall-and the New Covenant Baptist Church Family, Holy
Trinity Anglican Church Family, Christ The King Anglican
Church Family, Kevin Seymour and Family, and The
‘Ridgeland Park West Community.






















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 12:00 Noon
until service time.





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RUSSELL & PINDER’S
FUNERAL HOME

Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama
Telephone: (242) 348-2340/348-2131/352-9398/353-7250
P.O. Box F-40557.- Freeport, Grand Bahamas

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

ANGELA
FOUNTAIN, 81

| of Holmes Rock, Grand Bahama and |
| formerly of Man-O-War Sound,
Andros will be held on Saturday, July
731, 2010 at 11:00 am at. St. Michael’s
{| Catholic Church, West End, Grand
{| Bahama. Officiating will be Father —
TU David Cdoper. Interment will follow

4 | in the West End Public Cemetery.













































Left to cherish her memories are:
Dellie. Wilmott, Sundae Cooper,
Prince Wallace, Livingston Pinder, Vincent, Junior and Kevin
Cooper; nieces: Jodel Roberts, Yvonne Sands, Roselind Cartwright,
Jackie Estevez, Marilyn Cartwright, Joan Martin, Sonia Cartwright, |
Valerie Rodgers, Veronique “Nicky” Martin, Anishka Dean, and Lisa
Ferguson; nephews: Brain -Cartwright, Joseph Cartwright,
Christopher and Michael Cartwright and Little Joe Cartwright; 42
grand nieces and nephews: Raynado Estevez, Cenetha Balfour,
Edwuardo Watkins, Jamal Johnson, Carlton Storr, Stacey,
Christopher and Anthony DeBarros, Brianelle, Jennie, Latoya,
Cedric, Brian Jr., Ryan, Keno, Christique, Michelle, Michael Jr., Jovet
and Stazia Cartwright, Martha Rolle, Stephen and Stephano Deal,
Samuel Mackey, Shanice and Spencer Adderley, Giovanni, Gelisa
and George Ferguson, Akeria, Amber, Justin and Henry Martin,
Daniell Rogers, Raine and Patricia Roberts, Artemus and Antoine
Gilbert, Henry Whitfiles and Tiffany Bowe, Tia, Jameka, Joey, |
Jeremy and Janel Dean; other family members: Dwight, Carlton,
Redwin Wilchcombe, Marvelle and John Lightbourne, Ty Cartwright,
Raynaria Estevez, Joshua Bartlett, Taniah Watkins, Jaden Miller, |
Kristin Cartwright, Taliyah Knowles, Krisare Adderley, Serenity and
Ty Storr, Jamal Jr., Nicolas, Jewel and Jada Johnson, Shanteno, |
Antoine Jr. and Aaron Gilbert, Dendino, Akeem, Amber and Kina
Whitfield, Morgan, Deanya and Daydan Cartwright, LaNayah
Gittens; and especially Mother Lea; family in Andros, from Love Hill
to Man-O-War Sound, from Man-O-War Sound to Berhing Point,
especially Kishalee and Rodney Brown, Gloria Johnson, the Tuckers,
Muriel, Chuck and Anna; special friends: Ms Ivy Green, Vernell |
Hanna, Ms Clara Mae Lightbourne, Mrs. Sandra Russell and all her
friends at the Ministry of Tourism and the Holmes Rock Community. |

Viewing will be held on Friday, July 30, 2010 at Russell and Pinder's:
Funeral Home from 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm and on Saturday, July 31,
_2010 at the church from 9:30 am to.service time.



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THURSDAY, JULY 29, 2010, PAGE 9

RUSSELL & PINDER’S
FUNERAL HOME

Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama
Telephone: (242) 348-2340/348-2131/352-9398/353-7250
P.O. Box F-40557 - Freeport, Grand Bahamas

FUNERAL SERVICES. .FOR

VERNELL
BETEFRA, 39

of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama, will be held
on Saturday, July 31, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at St. Agnes
Catholic Church, Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama. Officiating will be Father Remy David.
Interment will follow in the Harbour West Public
Cemetery in Eight Mile Rock,

Left to cherish his memories are his father:
Duglan Donjoie; mother: Louisanna Jean; brother: Bernard Federick

(Haiti), sisters: Rita Federick and Eslin Federick (Haiti); brother-in-law:

Terry of Miami; aunts: Yvonne (Miami), Clarisa (Nassau),Oliane,Tejeli of
Haiti, Acify of Haiti, and Ms. Agno; uncles: Leon of Nassau, Cowboy
(deceased), Leona Jean of Haiti, Micayal, Igna and Ninoka; cousins:
Carlene, Jackie, Antone, Tony Juline, Luange, Carla, Katie, Mamone,
Aline, K.K., Bernard, Henry, Joniel, Alex, and Wilkin: one in-law:
i Denard; friends: Alfred, Fred, Erick, Slammy, Cigty, Livy, Jason, Elrod,
Anthony, Josie, Tio, Joky, Tie boy, Julie, Odette. Edna, Louis, Clevie, Belzia
and family, Mary and family, Josephine, Chanda, Esther and family, Boris,
Delarese, Dwight Russell and numerous other relatives and friends.

| Viewing will be held on Friday, July 30, 2010 at Russell’s and Pinder's
| Funeral Home from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and on Saturday, July 31, 2010
at the church from 12:30 p.m. to service time.

-MRS. VIRGINIA MARY
COOPER ROLLE, 79

—}) of Hunters, Grand Bahama, will be held on
} Saturday, July 31, 2010 at St. Vincent'de Paul
|| Catholic. Church, Hunters at 11:00 a.m.
_ | Officiating will be Fr. Reginald Demeritte and
“| Fr. Remy David, assisted by Deacon Jeffrey
Hollingsworth. Interment will follow in the
Public Cemetery.

Cherished memories are held by daughter:

. Cleola Wright; grandchildren: Pleshette
McPhee, Kandi Lockhart and Laronda Lightbourne; great grandchildren:
Khandiron and Kristio Wright, Darese Rolle, Joeysa and Joerezz
Abraham, Quade McPhee, Destiny Culmer and Dream Forbes; grandsons-
in-law: Stephen McPhee and Angelo Lockhart Sr.; sister: Justina Russell;
sister-in-law: Isabella Russell; nieces: Margaret Burrows, Myrtle Laing,
Gwendolyn Pierre, Helen and Theresa Russell, Francine Gibson, Victoria
Henfield, Marilee and Debra Cooper; nephews: Rev. Havard, (Minette
Cooper), Sherwin (Velva Cooper), Alfonso and Walton Cooper, Fredrick,
Larry, Jude, George, Bruno and Armstrong Russell and Wayne Cooper;
numerous grand nieces including: Marilyn Hall, Phyllis Grant, Khadijah,

Keshia, Maureen, Brunique, Shandia, Judeeshia and Javannia Russell,
Gaycia and Gardinia Pierre, Taiese Bauld, Rousetea and Leah Laing and
Manesha Gibson, Phyllis Russell, Uzlene Nesbitt, Oplyn Ferguson,
Catherine Henfield, Velyn Cooper, Colleen Gardiner, Andrea Pinder,
Stephanie Burrows, Emil Symonette, Ethel Andrews, and Dr. LaWanda
Smith; numerous grand nephews including: Samuel Grant, Shanerio,
Shantex, Armstrong,.and George Russell Jr., Andrew, Kenrick, Rashad’
and Justin Dorsett, Leroy Laing Jr., Harrison, Dr. Havard, Paxton, Samuel,
Cornell, Eugene, Collins and Lerone Cooper; and a host of other relatives
and friends including: all the communities of Lewis Yard, Hunters, Pinders
Point and Mack Town.

Friends may pay their last respects at The Lodge Hall in Lewis Yard on
Friday, July 30 from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on ee July 31 from
10:00 a.m. until service time at the chur ch.

SHARON EVELYN
MAJOR, 42

of #4 Spinney Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama
will be held on Saturday, July 31, 2010 at 9:00
a.m. at Zion Freeport Baptist Church, East
Sunrise Highway, Freeport. Officiating will be |
Rev. Zendal Carey, assisted by Rev. Dane
Clarke. Interment will follow in the Grand
Bahama Memorial Park #2, Freeport.

Left to cherish her fond memories are hus-

band: Andrew Major: father: Carl Ferguson
Sr; two daughters: Lashanda Cedione and Andrea Major; one son:
D’Angelo Major; stepson: Kenrod Major; stepdaughter: Carlisa Ferguson;
grandchildren: Kyvuoghn and KiaJae McDonald, Kiamani and Avante
Cedoine, Wilneko and Kyondre; four sisters: Yvette Ferguson, Sarah and
Shandel Swain, Bernice Cooper; two brothers: Carl Ferguson Jr..and
Craven Ferguson; mother-in-law: Louise Roxbury; brother-in-law: Barry.
Swain and Edwin Cooper; son-in-law: Alan Cedoine; adopted sisters:
Theresa Russell, Sabrina Paul, Mispha Mitchell and Michelle Pratt-
Dorilas; aunts: Lelorise Russell, Sybil and Majorie Ferguson, Patsy Mott,
Linda Pinder, Delcine Pratt, Diann Williams and Elise Cornish; uncle:
Austin Duncombe; aunts-in-law: Mary Duncombe, Remilda Feaster,
Kemah and Emily Ferguson, Susie Davis, Selvina and Catherine Roxbury,
Adline, Ida and Lilly; uncles-in-law: Samuel Pratt, Rev. Douglas Williams
and Harold Russell, Leanord and Leon Roxbury; nieces: Angela Spencer
and Quanna Cooper; nephews: Shane Jr. and Chadreco Thurston, Rashon
and Barrino Swain, Carl III, Alexis, Cameron, Nyshanti and Matio
Ferguson and Daniel Cooper; grand nieces: Tredijah Duncombe and
Miracle Deal; grand nephew-in-law: Joson; best friends: Michelle Clarke
and Christine Cooper-Strachan; numerous other relatives and friends.

Viewing will be held at Zion Freeport Baptist Church, East Sunrise
Highway on Friday, July 30, 2010 from 12:00 ‘noon to 6:00 p.m. and-on
Saturday, July 31, 2010 from 8:00 a.m. to service time at the church.


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THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

Harewood Sinclair Higgs L.F.D.

eee een Director

Funeral Services for

Sinden King, 71.

a resident of 7th Street, the Grove and formerly
of Knowles, Cat Island will be held on Saturday
July 31st 2010, at 2p.ny at Christ The King
Anglican Church, Ridgeland Park West.
Officiating will be Fr. Sebastian Campbell:
Interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial
Gardens, J.F.K. Drive. Services have been
entrusted to Gateway Memorial Funeral
Chapel, Mount Royal Avenue and Kenwood
Street.

He is survived by his wife: Maxine Louise King,

\ Two (2) Sons, Ronald and Randy King, Four (4).

. : Daughters: Janet, Charmaine and Rosenell

King, Ann Fife, Two (2) Adopted Brothers: Wellington and Vincent Brown,
Two (2) Adopted Sons: Wyade Rolle and Frank Saunders, Six (6) Sisters:
Cynthia Stubbs, Lenora Newbold, Ethue Gibson, Willamae Minus, Pearl
Adderley and Albertha Hall, One (1) Uncle: Hartmond Moncur, Two (2) Aunts:
Gracie King and Esther Becford, Twenty-Four (24) Grandchildren: Marco,
Jamaro, Donovan, Davano, Davaro, Antonio, Rashad, Devan, Jason, Eldiseo,
Devon, Chevron, Victinell, Cynteche, Laronnia, Lavern, Shanay, Latony, Latera,
Shantera, Shonell, Lathera, Alexis and Shameka, Seven (7) Great-
Grandchildren: Kenniyah, Zion, Davaro, Joshua, Jermaine, Mikhai and Amari,
One (1) Daughter-in-law: Ethel King, One (1) Son-in-law: Lloyd Fife, One (1)
. Granddaughter-in-law: Sandra King, Four (4) Sisters-in-law, Winnie Clarke
of Savannah Sound, Eleuthera, Muriel Clarke of Freeport, Grand Bahama,
Marge and Joyce King, Eight (8) Brothers-in-law: Wellington Hall, Edmund
Stubbs, Joshua Newbold, David Gibson, Alder Minus, William Adderley,
Charles Stubbs of Freeport, Grand Bahama ard Kenneth Knowles, Thirty-Nine
(39) Nieces: Jennifer, Delrose, Sandra, Joanne, Suzette, Bridgette, Patrice,
Kaywame, Willimae, Lashan, Winnie of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Mikilla,
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