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The Tribune
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Prosecutions’ first day

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

ALTHOUGH allegedly “well
received” by staff at the Office of the
Attorney General and only having

: served several hours in the post, new

:. Director of Public Prosecutions Vinette
Graham Allen’s first day at work was
punctuated by a noisy nine-person street
protest calling for her to step down.

Mrs Graham-Allen arrived at the
Office of the Attorney General, located
in the Post Office Building on East Hill
Street, early yesterday morning.

The Jamaican attorney, formerly a

SEE page 11

By NATARIO McKENZIE

tion wagon valued

Tribune Staff. Reperter
nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net

FOUR men charged in
connection with a recent
spate of break-ins at gov-
ernment institutions were
arraigned in a Magistrate’s
Court yesterday.

Sergio Williams, 28, of
Palm Beach Street, Julian
Evans, 34 of Garden Hills,
Wayne Toussaint, 41, alias
“Blood” of Marathon Road
and Chadra Swan, 39, of
Joans Heights

rraigned before Magistrate
Jeanine Weech-Gomez in
Court One, Bank Lane yes-

terday on shopbreaking and

stealing charges.’
Toussaint and a visibly
bruised Evans, who sobbed
in the prisoner’s dock, were
allowed to sit during their
arraignment. It is alleged
that Toussaint, Williams and
Evans sometime between
Wednesday July 7 and
Thursday July 8, broke into
the Passport Office at
Thompson Boulevard. It is
alleged that the three men
stole a safe containing
$6,817 as well as an AD sta-

were

-the property of the Passport

Office. All three men plead-
ed not guilty to the charges.

It is-also alleged that the:

three men on Saturday, July
10, broke into and entered
the Road Traffic Depart-
ment building on West Bay
Street. It is further alleged
that the three men between
Friday, July 30, and Tues-
day, August 3, broke into
the Immigration building on
Hawkins Hill. There it is

alleged they stole four Dell

computers altogether valued
at $6,100, and four bullet

_proof vest altogether valued

at $14,000. The men pleaded
not guilty to the charges.
Toussaint and Swan have
been charged with breaking
into the Nassau Street Court
building between Friday,

_July 30, and Saturday, July

31. They are also charged
with breaking into Court 9
at the Nassau Street Com-

plex. Toussaint’s attorney, '
Jomo Campbell, argued that

the two charges were redun-
dant as Court 9 was at the
same. locus. Inspector Clif-

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@ GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS BREAK-INS CASE

‘Breakthrough’ in break-in
investigation celebrated

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

POLICE celebrated a
breakthrough in criminal
investigations yesterday as
four men were charged in

. connection with the burglary

of four government offices.

Assistant Superintendent
Clayton Fernander, second
in command at the Central
Detective Unit (CDU), said
police suspect a ring of rob-
bers broke into the Passport
Office, Immigration Office,
Road Traffic Department,

and Nassau Street Magis-

trate’s Court Nine to steal
money.

The police suspect prolif-
ic offenders who work
together to disarm alarm
systems, pick locks and
break bars to gain access to
offices, Mr Fernander said
during a celebratory press
conference at CDU in
Thompson Boulevard yes-
terday morning.

‘Some of the suspects,

between 30 and 40 years of
age, have been convicted of :

crimes from the time they

_ were teenagers and have

continued to operate as
criminals, according to
police.

Assistant Commissioner

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yesterday morning.

By AVA TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
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‘AS POLICE investigate
the second road death in
two days — and the 25th
traffic fatality for the year
— late reports confirm a
mar has handed himself in
over the fitst accident.

The body of a man was_

found lying face-up shortly

‘before 4am Monday on Fire

Trail Road East. He had a
large head wound and what
appeared to be. tyre marks
along the left side of his arm
and shirt.

Police are asking the pub-

lic to-assist them with iden-
tifying the victim — who was ,

wearing a red-striped polo
shirt, a pair of black jeans
and tennis shoes — as he was
not ‘carrying any personal
identification at the time.

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Clayton: Fernander; of the
Central Detective Unit, said
the injuries sustained were
consistent with a hit-and-
run in which the body was
completely run over by the
vehicle. However, police
will await the results of an
autopsy before declaring an
official cause of death.

The incident is the sec-
ond traffic fatality follow-
ing the death of 51-year-old
hotel worker Iva Whyte on
Sunday morning.

The body of Ms Whyte
was discovered lying face
down in a pool of water in
front of C V Bethel High
School on East Street
South.

It was reported that at
the time of the accident,
the man did not know. he
had hit someone. Howev-
er, the driver, a 29-year-
old resident of Grand

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Haitian children turn to begging in DR after quake

"They are vulnerable to all kinds }
of dangers in the streets," said Maria :
Elena Asaud, a UNICEF child-pro- }

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican
Republic (AP) — From the white-
sand beaches at the edge of all-inclu-
sive resorts to the gritty streets of the
capital, more Haitian children are beg-
ging on the streets of the Dominican
Republic — a sign that the economic
gulf between the neighbori ing nations
has grown wider since the Jan. 12
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ACCUSED: From left - Wayne Toussaint, Julian Evans, Sergio Williams and Chadra Swan outside of court yesterday.

Government
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men charged

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ford Daxon told the court,
however, that the charges
were not in fact the same.
Magistrate Weech-Gomez
ultimately decided to leave
the charges as they were.

The prosecution object-
ed to the men being
‘released on bail. Williams,
according to Inspector Clif-
ford Daxon, has a matter
pending before the courts.
He also told the court that
Evans, who claimed that his
hand, foot and three of his
ribs were broken, also had
a matter pending before
the courts.

His attorney Richard

By NATARIO McKENZIE
Tribune Staff Reporter -

nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net

Bootle argued, however,
that he was unaware of any
matter pending against his
client. Inspector Daxon
also told the court that
Toussaint has several pre-
vious‘ convictions for simi-
lar offences dating back to
as recently as 2008.

The prosecutor also
objected to Swan being
granted bail on the grounds
that he has previous con-
victions. Inspector Daxon

’ added that investigators are

still searching for a witness
who was on duty at the

time one of the offences for .
which Swan is charged took °

place.
He contended that if

could interfere with the
ongoing investigation.
Swan pleaded for bail and
told the court that he was
the provider for his wife
and daughter.

He told the magistrate:
that his rent was due yes-.
terday and claimed that his
family would be evicted if
he was unable to meet the
payment.

All three men were

denied bail and are expect-

ed back in court on August
26.

The magistrate ordered
that the men be taken to
Princess Margaret Hospi-
tal for medical treatment.

Man charged with murder

McKenzie was not required to
enter a plea to the charge. His
case was adjourned to August
25 and transferred to Court D5
Bank Lane.

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* Minnis, a 30-year-old resident
of Fresh Creek, Andros, died in
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accused’s file.

McKenzie told the court that
he was seen by a doctor on Sat-
urday.

Mr Ducille asked the court to
order that the medical report
and detention record be produced. Magis-
trate Weech-Gomez ordered that the docu-
ments be produced when the matter resumes
on August 25.

Tourist held
up at gunpoint

NASSAU experienced a

‘string of armed robberies

this weekend, one in which
a tourist was held up at
gunpoint.

Details about the inci-
dents were still sketchy yes-
terday, but ASP Clayton
Fernander told The Tribune
that four persons were held

up at gunpoint in four sep-

arate incidents.

The armed robbery of the
tourist occurred on Friday,
however, ASP Fernander

“could not give a time or

location where the crime

took place.

He could, however, con-
firm that no shots were
fired and no one was
harmed: during any of the
robberies.

An indeteriined
amount of cash and.person-
al items were stolen during
the armed robberies.

Police are still searching
for suspects in connection
with these crimes.and urge
any members of the public
with information to come
forward and assist in the
investigations.

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TUESDAY, AUGUST “10, 2010, PAGE 3



$1.1bn outstanding in
loan repayments in June

A TOTAL of $1.1billion was out-
standing in loan repayments in June
of this year, as Bahamians continue to
struggle to pay off their debts in a
tough economy, according to the Cen-
tral Bank of The Bahamas.

The Bank’s latest Monthly Economic
and Financial Developments report for
June 2010 said that of the $1.1 billion in
arrears — overdue debt — 25.1 per
cent is in the form of consumer credit,
51.4 per cent in mortgages and 23.5
per cent in commercial loans.

The Central Bank records that there
has been a “slight upward drift” in the
level of arrears in the mortgage and
commercial loan components since the
end of 2009.

Among the total loans in arrears,

. June saw a 1.8 per.cent or $10.7 million
increase in the number of those which
are considered “non-performing” —
those which have been in default for
three months or more — meaning that
arrears in this area now account for
$620.4 million of the $1.1 billion out-
standing. The Central Bank report
states that “in terms of the main cate-
gories” of loans, the build-up in arrears
was mainly attributed to a five per cent
gain in the commercial component of
$12.7 million to $268.4 million.

This reflected growth in both short-
term and non-performing commercial

loans by $8 million and $4.7 million,
respectively.

However, the Bank also records that
the latest figures available — those for
May 2010 — relating to consumer cred-
it in particular “indicated net repay-
ment positions in almost all categories,
reflecting consumers’ bias towards debt
reduction” when it comes to this type
of debt.

Declines

“The largest contractions were reg-
istered for loans for ‘miscellaneous’
purposes ($4 million) and private cars

($1.3 million), followed by debt con-.

solidations ($1 million). Declines of
less than $1 million were recorded for
most of the remaining categories, while
lending for home improvement and

land purchases firmed by $0.3 million

each,” said the June report.

The Central Bank report said that
over the six month January to June
2010 period there was a general wors-
ening in bank’s credit quality indicators
“in line with the sustained weakness
in the economy and high levels of
unemployment.”

“Total private sector loan arrears
firmed by $51.1 million (4.7 per cent),
a modest slowdown from the $66 mil-

lion advance noted in 2009, and its
ratio to total loans increased by 60
basis points to 18.2 per cent.

“Reflecting the lengthening in
arrears, the non-performing compo-
nent (90 days plus in arrears) firmed by
$44 million (7.6 per cent), with the cor-
responding ratio gaining by 80 basis
points to 10.3 per cent.

“A much lower expansion of $7.1
million (1.4 per cent) was registered
for loans 31-90 days in arrears, result-
ing in the ratio to total loans remaining
stable at 8.3 per cent,” said the report.
Referring to the economic outlook
over the coming year, the Central Bank
states that expectations are that the
economy will “continue to stabilise
over the reminder of the year, benefit-
ting from modest improvements in key
tourism indicators,” but “downside
risks persist.”

These risks, it notes; are related pri-
marily to the “ongoing uncertainty
regarding the strength and duration of
the recovery in the US economy, which
is the source of over 85 per cent of
The Bahamas’ stopover visitors.”

The Central Bank suggests that
prospects for a return to a positive eco-
nomic growth trajectors and an
improvement in the unemployment
rate “may not materialise until 2011.”

Mitchell tells Turnquest: ‘Put up or shut up’

Opposition MP challenges Minister over ‘criminal elements’ allegation






OPPOSITION spokesman
for the public service Fred
Mitchell has challenged the
Minister of National Securi-
ty over his allegation that
“criminal elements” are
attempting to destabilise the
government. :

Asking Tommy Turnquest
to “either put up or shut up”
with regard to this claim, Mr
Mitchell said the minister
should not be indulging in
“conspiracy theories” consid-
ering the high position he
holds.

“He must come clean par-
ticularly when what he says
may impugn the integrity of

public servants. Indeed he .

cannot be the author of a con-
spiracy theory. The National
Security Minister must not be
party to partisan propaganda
efforts,” Mr Mitchell said.

Asked to respond to this ~

criticism; Mr Turnquest said
he was “not going to engage
Fred Mitchell” on the matter.

~ Shooting
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ms

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Peporter

dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - Murder
accused Kema Moss pleaded
‘guilty to manslaughter on
Monday when his trial
opened in the Supreme
Court.

Moss, 32, was on trial for
the shooting death of 23-
year-old Joseph Andreco ~
Cooper at the Pepperpot
Restaurant on October 4,
2008.

The matter was before
Justice Hartman Longley.
Carlson Shurland represent-
ed Moss, who is expected to
return for sentencing on
October 8. s

According to the particu-
lars, Moss-and Cooper were
involved in an altercation at .
the Pepperpot Restaurant
on East Sunrise Highway.

Moss walked into the
restaurant and ordered a
phone card. Shortly after-
wards, Moss and Cooper got
into an argument and start-
ed fighting. °

The men went outside
where they continued fight-
ing into the parking lot. It is
alleged that Moss pulled out
a handgun and fired several
shots at Cooper, who was hit
in the back of the head.

Cooper was taken to
Rand Memorial Hospital.
He was later airlifted to the
Princess Margaret Hospital,
where he died several days
later.











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CHALLENGE: Fred Mitchell

“JT said what I had to say
and I don’t need Fred
Mitchell to interpret what I
had to say. Fred is also trying
to make a story where none
exists, which is his modus
operandi,” the minister said.

Yesterday, The Tribune
reported that Police Superin-
tendent Stephen Dean shot
down rumours that a recent
series of break-ins were the

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cy”, and Mr Mitchell said the
minister’s earlier comments
should be regarded as even
more serious with this in
mind.

Plot

“When a minister of the
government, and one:so
senior as the Minister of
National Security, says that
there is a plot to overthrow
the government; the clear
import of what he is saying,
he must not say these words
lightly. These are serious
times and they are fighting
words. :

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MP, who added that the coun-
try should be waiting with
“bated breath” for a full and
frank explanation.

“Up to now, what he says
without evidence.is utter fool-
ishness. . . It is simply unbe-
coming of a Minister of
National Security to appear
to be so flippant and irre-
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| Wednesday, 11th
| August, 2010 at 10:00
a.m. at St. Joseph’s
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| Officiating will be Fr.
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‘Gardens, Soldier Road.
















She is survived by her daughter: Tamiko
Moxey; mother: Iva Wilson; four sisters:
Valerie Culmer, Eulah Burrows, Sheena
Wilson and Konya Bascom; six brothers:
Kent, Alden, George, Lester, Sheffield
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Where is Bahamianisation taking us?

BAHAMIANISATION, emotionally
_ administered, has destroyed this country.

That is not a popular statement, but it is the
truth, and the sooner Bahamians face the
truth, the sooner will we see in‘ top positions
more qualified Bahamians, not only trained
to international standards, but with a sound
work ethic.

Any businessman will confirm that thé
only way for a business to succeed is to sur-
round himself with solid staff. He is not going
to stand for an employee to tell him who to
employ or with whom he intends to work,
nor will he tolerate a government dictating his
employment needs. However, the smart busi-
nessman will always choose a native of a
country, because on the long sttetch it pre-
sents less hassle, and, if, like the Bahamas,
there are high work permit fees, it is cheaper.

. For 25 years; under the Pindling adminis-
tration, an opportunity was lost to convince
Bahamians that they had to work and study

chard to qualify for employment. They were .

encouraged to believe that being Bahamian
was the only passport necessary. for the top
" jobs and the high life.

Those who had to operate businesses
through those years can tell some hair-raising
stories about what hell it was to survive in this
country. Even-The Tribune was making plans
to move on. But just because of qur cussed
nature we decided to stick it out.

In those years not only was being a
Bahamian important, but one had to bea
certain kind of Bahamian. Not only did you
have to be PLP, but you were also graded on
your colour. Growing up we often heard

‘-maids discussing “brightness.” For a long
time we were stupid enough to think that
“brightness” had something to do with intel-
ligence. We certainly got a good laugh at our

‘own dumbness when we discovered that intel-
ligence never stepped into the arena — black
Bahamians were grading their own worth on

. their skin colour — from the darkest; who
was not the favourite of the mother’s brood,
to the “brightest”, who was the apple of her
eye.

One day we saw this order reversed when
an elderly businessman from Grants Town
burst into Sir Etienne’s office at The Tri-
bune. He had been so emotionally wounded
that he was near tears. He and Sir Etienne

‘had been good friends for years, it did not
matter that he was now a PLP. He was
among the original party founders, who had
a dream for his Bahamian brothers that got
derailed when Sir Lynden Pindling snatched
the lead and moved the party dqwn the path
of his personal “one man’s dream.”

Apparently, it was a PLP council meeting

that day in which persons were being nomi- -

nated for top positions. This gentleman, a
successfu! small businessman, and respected
elder of the community, who had every rea-
son to believe he was.worthy of a nomination,
was abused by a young upstart for entertain-

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ing such a thought. The young man who had

neither qualified nor distinguished himself .

in anything, demanded that the elderly gen-
tleman, pull up his shirt sleeve and hold out
his arm. The young man, also pulled up his
shirt sleeve and held his arm next to the old-
er man’s. One was chocolate brown, the oth-
er was ebony black. The young man then
announced that a new day had dawned and
blackness had won the day — he was the
one with the black arm.

More people in this country were award-
ed contracts for which they were not quali-
fied, while others suffered hypertension
because they were appointed to government
positions for which they had no ability. The
country suffered, the people suffered and
today — with D-minus averages to run our
country — the whole nation still suffers.

At the moment we are witnessing an
unseemly scene in which a civil servant is
being encouraged to believe that a position is
hers as of right. It is as if she has taken own-
ership of the post.

Bahamians have to understand that for
this country to succeed and its people to
move ahead no one owns a job. They are
only entitled to a position if they are con-
sidered the best man or woman for that open-
ing. They might have the paper credentials,

, but another essential ingredient might be

lacking, such as consistent and hard work on
a daily basis, not an occasional spurt of effort,

‘followed by a long “vacation.”

We know many good artisans in this coun-
try — but the problem is that there are not
enough of them. For example, if you wreck
your car, the happiest day in Mr Kelly of
Fox Hill’s life is when he can deliver the

’ repaired vehicle to your door looking as

though it had just left the factory. Then there
is our faithful plumber, also of Fox Hill, and
the electrician, the 1.-ksmith and so many
others. They distingu::1 themselves because
they are not only good at their job, but they
take pride in their work and understand the
meaning of reliability and service. No for-
eigner could ever replace these men. The
Bahamas’ tragedy is that there are not
enough of them. This is what is found at
every level-of the labour chain — from the
most skilled professional to the lowest artisan.
There are just not enough of the good ones.

The Bahamas'is moving ahead faster than,
many of its people are willing to go. No
nation can get very far with schools turning
out D- graduates. Employers have been
warning the country for many years that
unless something is done to change the atti-
tude of the work force, foreigners will always
be needed. Eventually they will swamp. the
market.

And so we wish Bahamas Human
Resources Development Association good
luck as they wrestle with this serious problem
and prepare a situation paper to try to solve
it.






THE TRIBUNE

Is there an effort
to destabilise the
FNM government?

EDITOR, The Tribune.

Did anyone notice that
Murphy’s Law is-in full
effect, but not by accident
this time? I strongly believe
that all of these incidences
that have happened and are
happening have been
planned and are being exe-
cuted to precision, because
the desired effect would be
the destabilization of the
government.

Did anyone who has at
least one of their senses per-
colating, notice that there is
too much of a coincidence
that all of the incidences are
happening at places where

most would not dare to

enter? Could or would the
opposition honestly con-
demn these events, or are
they celebrating? Police sta-
tions or compounds are in
proximity to all of the
places. What happened?
What I personally believe
must have been sabotage of
the Abaco Power Station
caused the blackout that
angered the people of Aba-
co and caused residents to
take to the streets. The
strangest and lousiest excuse
was given for a routine exer-
cise. I fail to believe that
someone forgot to put oil in
at the right time. Personally
I do believe that it was
intentionally not put in.
The phone services of
Andros being interrupted,
in my opinion was rank sab-

otage and no one can‘

explain away — to my satis-
faction anyway — that it was-
n’t. In fact, the more it is
explained, in my opinion
exposes: that these acts are
more than just a coinci-
dence. has,

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break-in at the passport
office, across the street from
the compound that houses
the Central Intelligence
Branch and Police College
of the Royal Bahamas
Police Force and a stone’s
throw from the DEA really
is baffling to say the least,
was the most daring of them
all. The unlawful entry of
the Magistrates Courts on
Nassau Streets, which is in
the same compound, and
less than fifty feet from the
Nassau Street Police Station
cannot be explained. ‘

The daredevil entry of
the Supreme Court confirms
for me that these incidences
are part of a big plan. These
extremely suspicious and
highly questionable events
have caused us all to think
deep. Could some persons
be so hungry for power as
to try to destroy this country
if they cannot have their
way? wegen

These unusually brazen
acts have caused many to
ask the question. How come
all of these sickening events
happened at the same
time? They were well exe-
cuted, extremely well coor-
dinated and methodically
executed simultaneously —
was it to get the maximum
attention? The timing too
has devastating effects on
the mind of ordinary peo-
ple, designed to bring civil
society to its knees.

Is it possible that opera-
tives have been working
feverishly to destabilize the
Free National Movement
Government from the

inside? Is it possible that
power has blinded them all,
even at the expense of caus-
ing heartaches for friends
and family?

It is not too farfetched
that some, if not all of these
events were planned to
destabilize the Bahamas and
to cast a negative light on
the government. How come
no one has been arrested
yet?. so
Is the greed for power
causing some to go into the
bowels of the
gutter? Instead of working
together to fight crime, there
are many who gloat that
there are a small group of
misfits who continue to
wreak havoc on our society.
They celebrate every time
someone. is murdered even
if it is a domestic problem,
which cannot be controlled
by anyone.

Anyone or group that
would go to that extent to
destabilize the government
is not fit to lead this country
and should be banished to
political Siberia forever.

On another note, several
radio stations seem to have
agreed to work together to
help to deceive, destroy and
destabilize the
Bahamas. They spew, focus
and spin everything to sound
negative. This is obvious and

. brings the integrity of many

into. question. Journalistic
professionalism has long
been on a vacation, but
pride also seems to have dis-
appeared too. What would
people do for a small bowl
of porridge? Ingratitude

‘must be a sin. WOW!

IVOINE INGRAHAM
Nassau,
August 3, 2010.

What is origin of these sizable funds?

EDITOR, The Tribune.

Is it six on one hand and a
half dozen on the other?
The cash for gold initiative

is generating tremendous:

speculation in Nassau and
Freeport.

Some individuals are
demanding that jewellery
companies conclusively iden-
tify the origin of the scrap
gold they purchase.

Reaily? Why is the same
not required of the self-pro-
claimed erudites in.our soci-
ety....our attorneys-at-law?

There are some in this pro-
féssion who specialize in rep-
resenting some of the most
reprehensible reprobates in
our charmed archipelago.

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GREGORY NEELY,
Nassau. —
August 4, 2010.

Correcting a Wty

EDITOR, The Tribune. .

It is with complete respect of penmanship that I
thank you for your kind interest and accommodation

in publishing certain letters.
|. However, the great and grand English language is a
living entity thriving in dimensions beyond our gifted

I know the Editor’s task to be painstaking and labo-
rious —. along with an auxiliary staff — however, joy is
to be found uncovering new and exciting words and
phrases, I challenge you to seek these out and exhibit

Recently, I wrote a letter. that was published 7/24/10
and therein contained (we must now.assemble a broaa-
_ based panel of solutionists* — not solutions — to sit, and
sift the Bahamian experience through a sieve of fire). I
entirely understand the misprint and thank you a thou-
sand times for your valuable service.

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sizable funds?

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‘Breakdown would —
probably have occurred
if BIC had been private’

ACCORDING to a
senior government offi-
cial, last week’s nation-
wide telecommunications
collapse would probably
still have taken place had
BTC been a privately-
owned company.

Minister of National
Security Tommy Turn-
quest, the minister
responsible for the state-
run telecommunications
company, followed BTC
officials in blaming the
communications blackout
on an unexpected hard-
ware malfunction.

This came after some
angry customers complained the incident could have
been avoided if BTC was under private management
and subject to some form of competition.

Responding to questions from a Tribune reporter yes-
terday, Mr Turnquest noted that even had the govern-
ment had concluded its ongoing efforts to privatise the
company, “it would be the same hardware”.

"It was just a hardware technical problem. I think the
engineers are still looking to see what caused it, to veri-
fy and optimise the network - but as far as they can tell it's
just a hardware flaw. What took so long, I'm advised, is
the actual hardware that failed was something that they
had a lot of redundancy on; that wasn't something they
would ordinarily check," said Mr Turnquest.

: Bidders

Government has been in talks with several bidders
over the last few years in an effort to identify a prospec-
tive buyer for a stake - initially proposed to be 51 per cent
- of BTC.

"It was a most unusual occurrence that BTC respond-
| ed quickly to with it's technical staff and tried to restore
service as quickly as possible," Mr Turnquest said.

Many businesses complained of financial losses as a
result of the system collapse, and Mr Turnquest said
there is no way to determine just how bad the economic
fallout has been.

Meanwhile, BTC has begun issuing phone credit as a
form of compensation to some affected prepaid cus-
tomers.

Yesterday, Mr Turnquest said he could not be sure
how much this has cost the company or if similar com-

pensation would be extended to land-line and post-paid
customers who. may ‘have been affected,

"When-soniething like that happens it's more so some-
thing that.affects the whole national economy which you
can never put a dollar figure on. But they are making
some immediate compensation to prepaid customers,
putting $5 on active accounts," the minister said.

According to BTC, the breakdown in services began
early Friday morning and affected prepaid cellular and
SMS platforms, as well as some land-line exchanges. The
company also experienced major difficulties with its

| international roaming services.

This left thousands of customers throughout the coun-
try unable to use their prepaid and postpaid cellular
phones, or make or receive land-line phone calls.

Restoration of land-line services began later Friday
morning and BTC said all land-line, SMS and interna-
tional roaming services were restored by 2.45pm. -

However, late into the evening customers were still
calling’ into The Tribune to say they were still experi-
encing. difficulties.

BTC has not issued a specific explanation for the break-
down in phone services.

Mr Turnquest said officials were still investigating the
cause of the incident.

"A full review is still being done by BTC's engineers as
well as the supplier of the equipment to see why it hap-
pened and-what could prevent it; until we have al the
info, we just have speculation".

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Intensive forensic examinations under way

By MEGAN REYNOLDS
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FLORIDA police have rémoved the
remains of Bahamian law student Darice
Knowles and say they are now overseeing
intensive forensic examinations to secure
evidence vital to. a successful prosecu-
tion.

Cocoa County Police uncovered the
22-year-old’s body in a wooded area off
State Road 524 in Brevard County on
Friday, July 30, after receiving a tip from
a prison inmate. ,

The remains of the law student and
Miss Bahanias contestant, who disap-
peared in March 2006, were carefully
unearthed by crime scene technicians
who dug.a 20 foot by 20 foot hole around
the body to collect and preserve all evi-
dence at the scene.

Crime scene personnel also took aeri-
al photographs of the scene as Miss
Knowles’ body was taken to the med-
ical examiner’s office for forensic test-
ing.

It will then be transported to a local
university for further study and forensic
analysis.



_ TRAGIC: Darice Knowles

Cocoa's Chief of Police Mark Klay-
man said: “The recovery of Miss
Knowles’ body was due to a great effort
from not only the Cocoa Police Depart-
ment, but the Brevard County Sheriff’s
Office Crime Scene Personnel, Investi-
gators, and Aviation Unit, as well as

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“In addition, several public works
heavy machinery operators worked many
long hours to assist in this recovery.

“We are thankful we can give closure

~ to her family and now we work toward

the successful prosecution of the people
responsible for her death.”

Public information officer for Cocoa
Police Barbara Matthews said police
have suspects in mind and hope to secure
enough evidence for a Grand Jury Indict-
ment over the next several weeks.

Ms Matthews said forensic examina-
tion will determine how long Miss
Knowles’ body has been underground.

Florida Department of Law Enforce-
ment (FDLE) Resident Agent in Charge
Wayne Ivey said: “The evidence recov-
ered, along with the remains of Darice
Knowles, was the final component need-
ed for charging those responsible for her
murder and bringing justice for her fam-
ily.”

Miss Knowles was reported missing
three months after she went to Florida to

-visit friends in March 2006.

She was the only child of Nassau Tesi-
dents Princess and Mario Knowles.



excellence in art and design, the
Ministry of Education and
RBC Finco have once again
collaborated to showcase the
art work of students from pub-
lic and private schools through-
out the Bahamas.

Students from 10 public
schools, seven private schools,
and the six Family Island
schools began working in early
July to complete and exhibit
their course work at the Sum-
mer Arts Workshops that was
held at the Mall at Marathon.

Minister of Education

‘Desmond Bannister com-
mended RBC Finco for play-
ing such an integral role in the
project, and reminded the stu-
dents that they are the coun-
try’s most precious resource.

He applauded the students
for the quality of their work,
which he indicated could only
have been brought to life
through creativity, discipline,
and the honing of their many
talents and skills.

The minister expressed his
gratitude to art teachers, includ-
ing the programmée’s instruc-
tors; Julie Knowles, Alfred

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Tricene Thurston, who assist-
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Ministry of Education, who
thanked RBC Finco for their
sponsorship of the event.

She encouraged parents to
nurture and support their chil-
dren’s dreams.



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MEREWORTH LIMITED _

Notice is “hereby given that liquidation of the

| above company commenced on the 6th day of
August, 2010. Credit Suisse Trust Limited of

| Bahamas Financial Centre, Shirley .& . Char-
lotte Streets, PO.Box »N-3023, Nassau, The
Bahamas has been appointed Liquidator of the
Company.~

Credit Suisse ‘Trust Limited
Liquidator

NOTICE

PHYTAI INVESTMENTS INC.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

(a) PHYTAI] INVESTMENTS. INC. is in: voluntary
dissolution under the provisions of Section: 137 (4) of
the International Business Companies Act 2000.

_(b): The: dissolution of the said company commenced. |

on the 06" Augustt, 2010 when the Articles of
Dissolution. were submitted to.and registered by the
- Registrar General.

(c) The Liquidator of the said company is Peter
Leppard of c/o 1 Raffles. Link #05-02 Singapore
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"Dated this 10" day of August A. D. 2010.


























By JOHN ISSA



EVERY year our island
nations, which were former
British colonies, celebrate the
anniversaries of Independence
Day. August 6th was Jamaica’s
turn to celebrate. And one thing
we know how to do well in
Jamaica is to throw a good party.

This got me thinking on what
independence means and what
people understand when they

say they are independent. The .

only conclusion at which I could
arrive is that no one or no coun-
try is really independent.

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That is, not dependent on any
other nation. We are in fact
interdependent and therefore
need to cooperate with those
with whom we are interdepen-
dent for the good of the whole
group, all the while of course
protecting our special interests.

Unfortunately not all mem-

bers of the group are of equal

NOTICE

LOBIVIA LIMITED

NOTIC EIS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

(a) LOBIVIA LIMITED is in voluntary ‘dissolution
under the provisions of Section, 137 (4) of the
International Business Companies Act 2000.

(b) - The dissolution of the said company
commenced on the 4th August, 2010 when
the Articles of Dissolution were:submitted to
and registered by the Registrar General.

(c). The Liquidator of the said company is :

Manex Limited, The Bahamas

inancial

Centre, Shirley & Charlotte Streets, Nassau,

Bahamas

Dated this 10th day of August, A. D. 2010 Nice Pues ins

_. Manex Limited
Liquidator ©



LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION

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

Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 138
(8) of the International Business Companies Act, No.45
‘of 2000, the Dissolution of LMA Investment Fund Ltd.
has been completed, a Certificate of Dissolution has been

_ issued and the Company has therefore been’struck off the ~
Register. The date of completion of the dissolution was

the 24" day of June; 2010:

Alrena Moxey
Liquidator



NOTICE.

SPIRIT LIMITED

NOTIC EIS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

(a) SPIRIT LIMITED is in voluntary dissolution under
the provisions of Section 137 (4) of the International
Business Companies Act 2000. .

-(b) The dissolution of the said company commenced
on the 06" August, 2010 when the Articles of.
Dissolution were submitted to and registered by the

Registrar General.

(c) The Liquidator of the said company is Diodata
Holdings Ltd. of Wickhams Cay, Tortola, British Virgin.

Islands.

Dated this 10" day of August A. D. 2010... -





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size and influence. This reality
thus requires nimble and astute
positioning on the part of small-
er countries like The Bahamas
and Jamaica in order to attempt
to get a fair deal. In cases where
the largest nations are vying to
spread their influence, we can
benefit. The competition |
between the US and China has ~
resulted in benefits for both
Jamaica and The Bahamas.
However, how does.a country
like Jamaica redress the imbal-
_ance and recover the losses it
incurred and continues to incur
by the fact that three out of
every four Jamaicans with a ter-
tiary education lives and works
outside Jamaica, mostly in the
US, UK and Canada. This fact
also demonstrates the interde-
pendence of these large devel-
oped countries on our smaller
less developed ones.

Our nations could not sur-
vive without direct foreign .
investment and foreigners,

/ another example of interdepen- ~
dence. The examples are obvious
and endless. There are however
odious and evil interdependence
which is not fairly handled.
Criminal enterprise to the north
and south of our island nations




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continue to depend on the use of’
our territories for transacting
their criminal business. These
dealings do great damage to our
societies. In this interdependent
’ world the nations that house

these criminal enterprises should
take full responsibility, financial
and otherwise, for the fight to
end this ugly business. We
should only be required to coop-
erate.

These are just some exam-
ples to support the premise that
we are interdependent nations
and not independent nations.
Once we accept this reality we
will then be in a better position
to fight for the most advanta-
geous result in our dealings with
others in our group.

Maybe the simple expres-
sion “no man is an island” says it

all.




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NOTICE

Napalma Business Ltd,

In Voluntary Liquidation







Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section
138(4) of the International Business Companies Act.
2000, Napalma Business Ltd. is in dissolution as of
August 3, 2010.





















' International Liquidator Services Inc. situated at 3rd
Floor Withfield Tower, 4792 Coney Drive, Belize City,
Belize is the Liquidator.

LIQUIDATOR

LEGAL NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION

International Business Companies Act
== (N45 Of 2000)

In Voluntary Liquidation



Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 138
(8) of the International Business Companies Act, No. 45
of 2000, the Dissolution of NICE MANAGEMENT
COMPANY LIMITED has been completed, a Certifi-
cation of Dissolution has been issued and the Company
has therefore been ‘struck off: the register. The date of
completion of the dissolution was the 25th day of June,
2010.





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Bodyguard claims Anna Nicole
Smith's boyfriend supplied drugs

By LINDA DEUTSCH
AP Special

Correspondent

LOS ANGELES (AP) —
Anna Nicole Smith's body-
guard testifie¢ Friday that he
saw her boyfiiend and a psy-
chiatrist supply the Playboy
model with drugs as she
slipped into addiction in the
months before her overdose
death.

Smith would take 20 pills
at a time, including Valium,
Maurice Brighthaupt testified.

He also said he sometimes
saw Smith's boyfriend, defen-
dant Howard K. Stern, give
her the pills from a dish she
kept by her bed.

"She was a hurt lady,"
Brighthaupt said.

Stern, Dr. Sandeep Kapoor
and Dr. Khristine Eroshevich
have pleaded not guilty to
conspiring to supp, Smith

with vast amounts of powerful-

opiates and: sedatives. They
are not charged with causing
her death.

Brighthaupt testified that
Eroshevich, who was Smith's
psychiatrist, would travel from
Los Angeles to the Bahamas
to bring prescription medica-
tion to Smith. :

| Medication

He saw Smith being inject-
ed with drugs and swigging
from a bottle of chloral
hydrate, a powerful sleeping
medication that Eroshovich
delivered, the bodyguard said.

Brighthaupt, a Miami fire-
fighter and paramedic, unsuc-
cessfully tried to revive the
39-year-old Smith as she lay

lifeless in a Hollywood, Fla., -

hotel room in February 2007.

Brighthaupt provided secu-
rity for Smith on and off for
three years and said the mod-
el used drugs almost from the
day he was hired in 2003.

"Anna had a bag of meds
she would take with her," he

' said.







MAURICE BRIGHTHAUPT, a bodyguard who goes by ‘Big Moe’,

arrives into Los Angeles Superior Court on-Friday. (AP)

After she took the medica-
tion, he said, "she was tired a
lot. She would sleep a lot. But
when she was. up, she was a
happy, fun-loving young lady
who liked the attention and
enjoyed her fans."

Smith would prepare for
awards show appearances by
downing pills with expensive
champagne, he said.

She became visibly
impaired and in 2004, "I
remember once having to car-
ry her onto the bus because
she couldn't ~~ walk,"
Brighthaupt said.

Brighthaupt often tried to
discourage her from taking so
much medicine. ‘

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said.

Despite her drug use, Smith
remained intelligent and "you
couldn't put nothing over on
her," he added. "She wasn't
just sitting there popping
pills."

Brighthaupt said Smith
slipped into massive drug use
after her 20-year-old son,
Daniel Smith, died in Sep-
tember 2006.1

Eventually, she spent most
of her time in bed sleeping
and resisted his efforts to get
her up to exercise.

She only brightened when
her baby daughter, Dan-
nielynn, was brought to her,
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JAMAICAN lawbreakers
and deportees are using the
Bahamas as a launching pad to
break into the United State on
go-fast boats, according to
reports.

It is claimed that go-fast boats

used by drug and arms traffickers
to ship their illegal cargo between
Latin America, the Caribbean
and the US are now the pre-
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for Jamaican deportees seeking
to re-enter America.

Even former Tivoli Gardens
don Christopher “Dudus” Coke
attempted to leave Jamaica by
boat twice while he was a fugi-
tive, with plans to be taken first
to the Bahamas from where he
had hoped to get into the US
undetected, it was reported. He
was arrested by Jamaican police
and now awaits trial in a New
York federal prison on charges of
running a massive drug ring from
his Tivoli slum in Jamaica.

The claims appeared in a

probe by the Jamaican Sunday
Observer. Jamaican Deputy
Commissioner of Police Glen-
more Hinds told the newspaper:
“We have been aware for some-
time now that Jamaicans, not
only deportees, have been using
the Bahamas as a transit point
to the USA.

“The situation is greatly facil-
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operating between Jamaica, the
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journey transport drugs to cover
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paper revelations are nothing
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The second traffic fatality in two days.

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Bahama, turned himself in immediately fol-
lowing the accident on the advice of family
members.

According to police he was very cooperative
and is expected to be arraigned later this week.

Ms Whyte, who lived off’Dean Street, was
born and raised in Eleuthera.. .

Relatives said reports of her death have star-
tled the small settlement of James Cistern,
where most of her family — including her parents
— still live.

Traffic statistics indicate 13 of the 24 traffic

‘fatalities that occurred this year took place in

the capital; with four in Grand Bahama, three in
Eleuthera, two in Abaco and one Sacn in
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Bahamas’ junior
tennis team ©
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2010 See page 10

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TUESDAY, AUGUST




10,





"The Natural’ to square off

after almost three years

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

Imost three years

since his last ‘fight,

Freeman ‘The Nat-

ural’ Barr will be

returning to the

ring. He is scheduled to appear at

the Charlotte Harbor Center in Pun-
ta Gorda, Florida, on August 31.

Although his opponent has not

yet been named by his long-time

promoter/manager/trainer Steve

Canton, 36-year-old Barr said he is
rejuvenated to be fighting again.

“T should have a little bit of rust

because I haven’t been in action for .

a while,” said Barr yesterday in an
exclusive interview with Tribune
Sports from his home in Naples,
Florida...

“But I don’t think it would affect
me that much. As far as my energy is
concerned, I feel better than I felt
over 10 years ago. But I know I will
be rusty because J haven’t fought in
about four years.” ;

The five-foot; nine and-a-half inch
orthodox fighter will be returning
as a light heavyweight on the Brady
Productions, operated by former

_ National Football League (NFL)
player Jeff Brady.

' “J was really trying to get a pro-
moter. Now I have a promoter and
he’s giving me the opportunity to
get in shape and do what I have to
do to get ready for the fight,” Barr
said.

“He told me that once I can get in
a couple of fights, he probably could
get me a world title fight in the
future. So I’m looking forward to
fighting at least two more times this
year in October and December.”

The native of Andros has pro-
duced a 28-4 win-loss record with
15 knockouts during a 20-plus career
that he spent with Canton after he

| Boxing club stages another
Power Punch Invitational _

CHAMPION Amateur

- Chevron King won a



GETTIN’ READY: Freeman ‘The Natural’ Barr gets strapped up for training with his

trainer/manager Steve Canton.

left the Bahamas in 1994;

Canton, the organiser of the SJC
Boxing Club, said it has been an
uphill battle for both of them, but
they have agreed to stick together.

“He was sick and was out for
about two years,” said. Canton as he
explained Barr’s hiatus from the
sport. “When he got back, he got
two wins and then he was guaran-
teed.a top ranking, but nobody who
was in the rankings wanted to fight
him. We couldn’t get a fight with
Roy Jones or Antonio Tarver or
Jean Pascal. We went down the list
with everybody and they all said no.

Boxing Club staged another
Power Punch Invitational at
Wulff Road Boxing Club on
Saturday.

Ray Minus Jr, president
.and coach of the, club, said
they will continue the compe-
tition until August 14 when

they, are slated to host the
Simpson Penn Boxing Club. ,

Among those present for
Saturday’s show were
Wellington Miller, president
of the Amateur Boxing Fed-
eration of the Bahamas and
George Turner, secretary gen-
eral. aN

Results of the matches
posted are as follows:

- Adolpus Maycock won a
third-round decision over
Kenzell Armbrister



third-round decision over °
Deonta Tinker

- Jovon Munroe won a
third-round TKO over Jeron
Russell

- Adolphus Maycock won
a third-round decision over
Deonta Tinker

In exhibition matches:

- Lenzel Rahming compet-
ed with Dominic Butler in a
three-round match

- Javano Collins and Lester
Brown competed in a three-
round match

- Javno Collins and Keron
Knowles competed in a three-
round match

¢ The club’s next boxing
show is scheduled for August
28 with ‘Lionheart’ Boxing»
Club.

Then I got.sick for about two

months and IJ almost died. I wasn’t

supposed to make it, but I did.”
During the time that Canton was

on thé mend, he*noted that Barr:

kept the gym open in Fort Myers
every day after he finished his elec-
trical job in Naples.

“After I got well, he was coming :

in the gym two or three times a week

just trying to maintain his weight,

but nobody would give him a
chance,” Canton said.

“His reputation didn’t allow him
to ‘get any fights. The other guys
doing the shows didn’t want to gam-



ble by having him come on their
show and beat their fighter. So we
couldn’t get him a fight.”

Last year, however, Canton said

Brady brought his son to the gym
to train and after he got to know
Barr, he decided to get his promo-
tional license, formed the Brady Pro-
ductions and decided to provide
Barr the opportunity to return to
the ring,
__ “When you have a fighter who is a
good fighter and you have money
invested in them, you really don’t
want to give them a fighter who they
feel. can beat your fighter,” Canton
said.

“So because Freeman was such a

- good fighter, nobody wanted to take

the gamble on him when they felt
they had so many other fighters they
could fight.”

’ But Canton said he was pleased to

see that Barr never gave up. He con-_.

sistently stayed in the-gym training,
anxiously waiting for his chance to
get back into the ring. :

“T think he still has a good chance

to win a world title,” Canton said.
“He’s, never taken a beating in the
ring. He has fought some good fight-
ers.-Now it’s time for him to get to
the next level.

“So we will see what he looks like
with some tune up fights and then
after this, he should be able to get
back into the ratings and hopefully
he.can get an opportunity to fight
somebody out there.”

For Barr, returning to Punta Gor-
da to fight is like fighting in his back-
yard where he has developed a large
following of fans. So Barr said he’s
even more eager to get back into
the ring. _°
. Gomeo Brennen, a former
Bahamian boxing champion, is
expected to be a special guest at the
fight. The resident of Florida was
recently inducted into the Florida
Hall of Fame.

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like a real
family...

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

DURING a decade and-a-
half span that the Budweiser
Eagles dominated the New
Providence Softball Associa-
tion’s fast-pitch league,
Tyrone Wood played a piv-
otal role.

Wood, known to many as
‘Ron or Figure,’ was a tal-
ented outfielder who hit the
ball with consistency in help-
ing the Eagles to win at least
10 NPSA titles and-almost

- the same amount of

Bahamas Softball Federa-
tion national crowns.

On Sunday morning, the
51-year-old who continued
to display his skills asa .
member of the Bahamasair
slowpitch team in the
Bahamas Government
Departmental Softball Asso-
ciation and Colina Imperial
in the Banker’s League,
passed away. ,

Philip ‘Sparrow’ Saunders,
the long-time manager and
mentor of the Eagles’ squad,
said from the time Wood
came to Nassau from
Eleuthera, they were able to
develop a bond that tran-
scended the playing field.

“He was a good player.
He always could hit. He
always had power. But his .

. defensive skills got better

when he played with us,”
Saunders said.

“He always came to me
and said ‘man, I need to
start playing regularly,’”
Saunders recalled. “So I told
him to just improve your
defensive skill and once you
improve, you will play.

“Tt didn’t take him long
before he did that and he

was out there playing regu- ~

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larly. He always developed
into a person who likes.to.
win. He was winning for so
long that I don’t think he ~
knew what it meant to lose.”

Although Budweiser no
longer existed, miany of the
members of the Eagles.
stayed together and are now
playing with the Commando
Security Truckers, managed
by Perry Seymour.

«. At one time, Saunders
said Wood told Seymour in
his presence that “the things
your players are doing, we
couldn’t do under Sparrow.”

“One thing he reminded
him was that I would party
with them, but when it was
time for the game, I was
serious.”

According to Saunders,
his ability to make the sepa-
ration was what was able to
help them to develop a close
family-type relationship off
the field. _

“We trusted each other.
Whenever we went to
Eleuthera, his parents were
like my parents,” Saunders
stated. “We spent a lot of
time together.

“We talked a lot about

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ON FORM: U14 B Consolation Singles finalist Treajh Ferguson returns

Bahamas’ junior tennis team performs
exceptionally well in El Salvador

with a backhand.





THE Bahamas’ junior ten-
nis team performed excep-
tionally well at the 2010 JITIC
held in El Salvador, Central
America, July 30 to August
6

where countries in the region
showcase their best young tal-
ent, is a closed tournament
for under 14 and under 16
tennis players from Central
America and the. Caribbean
only..This

Leading the way for the
Bahamas and dominating the
competition in their age
group was our under 14 boys
team of Justin Roberts, Chris-
tian Cargill, Rasheed Carey
and Treajh Ferguson.

The Bahamas placed three
out of four boys in the main
draw after the round robin of
competition and three out of
four in the semifinals, guar-
anteeing at least one Bahami-

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GOOD JOB: Dominique Mortier and lesha Shepard congratulate the
doubles team from Puerto Rico after losing the first round match in
straight sets.

Justin Roberts, the number
one ranked COTECC U14
Boys for 2009, clinched the
championship for U14 Boys
when he defeated Peter
Bertran (DOM) in three

_ tough sets 6-1, 0-6, 7-5.

At one point in the second
set and part of the third set,
Roberts lost nine straight
games before regaining his
momentum and winning sev-
en of the last nine games to
seal the victory.

. Christian Cargill sealed the
3rd spot when he defeated
doubles partner Rasheed

Carey 4-2, 2-4, 4-0, Carey had -

to settle for the 4th spot
despite having one of the top
records coming out of round
robin play.

Rounding out the U14
Boys’ outstanding perfor-
mance was Treajh Ferguson,
the lone U14 player not to
make the main draw. He did
his damage in the consolation
round where he played in the
finals and lost to Antonio
Gomez (CRC) 4-4, 3-0 ret.

U14 Boys finished first,
third and fourth in the main
draw singles and Treajh in

second place in the consola- -

tiondraw. oa

The U16 Boys Was led by
Kevin Major, who advanced
to the semifinals in the main
draw and lost to eventual
champion from Mexico 6-2,
6-3. Kevin finished 4th overall
in the Boys U16 division.

Newcomer to JITIC Jody
Turnquest played exception-

ally well in the round robin,

going undefeated and getting
a 5th seed in the main draw
but lost to finalist Gian Issa
(SUR) 6-3, 6-1 in the second
round.

Rounding out the U16

Boys main draw participants’

was Hubert Russell who lost
in the second round of the
main draw to.Alberto Alver-




ado (ESA) ‘6-1, 5-1 ret.
The fourth member of the
U16 Boys team Kevaughn

_Ferguson played in the con-

solation draw and lost in the
finals to Alvero Riveros
(CRC) 4-2, 4-2.

U16 boys finished in the
following positions; Kevin
Major 4th, Jody Turnquest
15th, Hubert.Russell 16th and
Kevaughn Ferguson 26th
overall.

Danielle Thompson, the
lone representative in the
U16 Girls, advanced to the
main draw, lost her first
round match to Ledis Moli-
na (ESA) 6-1, 6-3 and fin-
ished in 11th position over-
all.

The U14 Girls did really
well considering two of the
four players were making
their JITIC debut and had not
played this level of competi-
tion before.

Erin Strachan, Gabriella
Bowe and Dominique Morti-
er all advanced to the main
draw with youngster Iesha
Shepard playing in the con-
solation round.

The final positions for our
U14 Girls'were; Erin Stra-
chan 8th; Gabreilla Bowe
10th respectively in the main
draw, Dominique Mortier 6th
in the main draw consolation
and Iesha Shepard was 13th
in consolation.

Team coach Bradley Bain
said it was a great perfor-
mance by the team overall,
but he noted that the U14
Boys showed that they are
clearly the best in the region
following a third place finish
in the World Junior Champi-
onships Qualifying Event in
Boca Raton, Florida and win-

ning the Pre-Qualifying

World Junior Championships
in Trinidad and Tobago in
April, 2010. “What a year,”
he said.

FROM page 1B

everything. We painted each
other’s house. We would get
together and fix it up and we

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CYCLING _.

MAJOR WINS

TWO MEDALS

JAY Major was sched-
uled to return home with
the remainder of the
Bahamas Cycling Federa-
tion’s national team as a
double medallist at the Sth

‘Youth Caribbean Cycling
Championships in Aruba.

Major, leading the
Bahamas’ four-man team,
collected the gold in the
road race on Sunday to add
to the silver in the individ-
ual time trial that took place
Saturday. _

It was an historic perfor-
mance for Major as it was
the first time that a Bahami-
an has won the junior
regional title.

In the road race, Major
clocked one hour, 43:29:152
seconds to take the victory.
Team-mate Anthony ‘Big-
gie’ Colebrooke was fifth in
1:46:49.881 and Roy Cole-
brooke Jr was 21st-in
2:09:38.796.

And in the individual
time trial, Aruba’s Joel

-Dirksz took first place in
25.45. Major was second in
26.25. Anthony Colebrooke
was 21st in 31.20 and Roy
-Colebrooke Jr was 23rd in
34.52. The team was man-
aged by Barron ‘Turbo’
Musgrove and Jeff Major
was the coach. + |

BASEBALL

BBF SENDS

CONDOLENCES

CRAIG ‘Salty’ Kemp,
president of the Bahamas
Baseball Federation (BBF),
has extended condolences
on behalf of his executive
committee and the mem-
bership to the family of the
late Tyrone ‘Ron’ Wood,
who played: with the But-
tons Formal Wear baseball
team.

“Ron and I recently had a
long discussion on the posi-
tive development of base-
ball in the country and he
expressed how he was
extremely delighted to see
the progress the federation
was having,” Kémp said.

“Ron and J just. complet-
ed the first round of the
Bankers League playoffs
where his Colina team was
victorious due to his. lead-.
ership. I can also recall the
years we competed against
each other on the Senior
League Baseball Circuit. I
played with the Dudley
Panthers against his But-
tons Formal Wear and TBS
‘Truckers. Ron, you will be
sadly missed. Rest in peace

_ my brother.”



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skills that he possessed.

“He was a good defensive
player, but because he liked
to win so much, he became a
good pitcher,” Saunders
said. “The pitcher normally
dominates the game and one
what he could do that is to
pitch.”

The Eagles’ perennial
pitching kingpin Richard
‘the Lion-Heart’ Johnson
was just as shocked as Saun-
ders when he heard the
news about his departed
friend, whom he grew up
with in Eleuthera.

“T thought Ron was in
good health. J hadn’t seen
him in a couple of months,
but the last time I saw him,
he was playing ball then,”
Johnson said.

“J kind of figured that he
was taking care of his body
and doing the kind of things
that he needed to do to be
healthy. So it was really a
shock for me.”

Since the time they were - -

youngsters, Johnson said he
and Wood were friends,
having attended Winder-
mere High School together
in Savannah Sound.

When they travelled to
Nassau, Johnson said while

while Wood held his own on
the outfield. ,

“We also played against
each other. At one point, he
played with the Outlaws and
I played with Austin
Knowles. So our parts
always crossed.”

Johnson, who is now back
home in Eleuthera where
he’s working at the Bank of
Nova Scotia’s office, said to
lose any friend is hard, but
when it’s someone that
you've known all your life,
it’s even harder.

“Whenever we saw each
other, it was just like we had
just spoken to each other
last week or yesterday,” he
insisted. “That was the kind
of person that we were and
the friendship that we had.
We were like brothers.”

Their close relationship
came to the point that both
Johnson and Wood stood as
“godfathers” for each oth-
er’s children.

“That was just the type of
atmosphere that we cultivat-
ed with each other,” he
added. “That not only
stayed in softball, but it
stayed with us throughout
our lives. He made sure that
we did a lot of things togeth-
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Director of Public Prosecutions yesterday.



Nine-person protest
on Director of Public
Prosecutions’ first day

FROM page one:

Director of Public Prosecutions in Bermuda,
has arrived in the country in the midst of
controversy over the question of whether
the decision to appoint her — rather than a
Bahamian, or in particular, former Deputy
Director of Public Prosecutions Cheryl Grant
Bethel—-was appropriate.

Mrs Grant Bethel has filed legal action
calling for a judicial review of the process
which saw Mrs Graham-Allen formerly
appointed to the top prosecuting role.

Yesterday morning a group of Bahami-
ans describing themselves as the “Committee
for Empowerment and Justice” took the
opportunity of Mrs Graham-Allen’s first day
on the job to rail against her appointment
outside the Office of the Attorney General.

The group comprised of nine people —
including former PLP South Beach con-
stituency candidate Wallace Rolle, and aspir-
ing PLP candidate Ricardo Smith — waving
placards on the theme of “Bahamas for
Bahamians” and shouting at the Office of the
Attorney General through a loudspeaker.

The protest started at around 11.20am and

continued until shortly after midday. Mr
Rolle vowed to continue the demonstrations
on,a daily basis until Mrs Graham-Allen
decides to Jeave the post.

Speaking with The Tribune following the -

demonstration, acting Permanent Secretary
Leroy Sumner said that while she was aware
of what had.gone on outside the office that
morning, Mrs Graham-Allen was “not

phased” by it and had been “well received” -

by the “highly professional” staff of. the
Office of the Attorney General” upon arrival
that morning. .

Mr Sumner said Mrs Graham-Allen had
already started the process of “working
through policy positions” on issues such as
the case backlog with the staff at the Depart-
ment.

“She’s here to do a job and she’ s started to
do the job and I think she will do well over
the course of time,” said Mr Sumner.
“There’s no indication in the office at all of
any animosity or of any eerie feeling towards
her so I think she is very happy,” he added.

He said the small group of protesters “will
not distract the: Attorney General and the
Office of the Attorney General from pro-



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PLACARD PROTEST: Aspiring PLP candidate
Ricardo Smith at the protest yesterday.

ceeding with making sure that the new Direc-
tor is in place and commences work.”

Denying that their demonstration was a .
political stunt, Mr Rolle and Mr Smith main-

tain that there was no need to appoint a
non-Bahamian Director of Public Prosecu-
tions. They challenged the Government to
reveal the total.value of Mrs Graham-
Allen’s contract, including salary and oth-
ers benefits.

“This is not about Cheryl Grant. Bethel
this is about the Bahamas for Bahamians.
There are over 1,000 lawyers at the Bahamas
Bar. We’ve got a Bahamian prime minister,
and a Bahamian attorney general, why can’t
we have a Bahamian Director of Public Pros-

-ecutions?” said Mr Rolle.

. Mr Smith said that “after 37 years of
nationhood it is time for (Bahamians) to
take responsibility for ourselves” and “stop
running to foreigners.”

“J have no information that is available
to me that will say that Cheryl Grant Bethel
is not a good fit and proper person to be in
that office,” said the political hopeful.

Meanwhile, Mrs Grant Bethel told The
Tribune that she plans to go to the Office of
the Attorney General and introduce herself
to Mrs Graham Allen in short order.



‘Breakthrough’
in investigation
celebrated

FROM a one

of Police Glenn Miller said police do not believe politics

Motivated the burglaries at the Magistrate’s Court on
July 3, the Passport Office on July 8, the Road Traffic
Department on July 17, and the Immigration Office in
Hawkins Hill on August 3.

And police have not linked these break-ins with the
burglary at Supreme Court Senior Justice Jon Isaacs’
office last month in which personal items were stolen.
from his chambers and thieves left the message “The
PLP must win the next election, all FNM must die”
scrawled across the door along with the drawing of a
gun.

Mr Miller and Mr Fernander also denied any sensitive
information or paperwork was stolen in the government
office burglaries.

Mr Fernander said: “We suspect they were after cash
revenue as the courts would collect money in the
evenings, the passport office generates money, and its the »
same with Road Traffic and Immigration.

“These fellas are organised; they. do their homework.

“And we want to send a strong message to the criminals
out there that they will be caught, placed before the
courts, and put in Fox Hill prison where they belong.”

He commended officers involved in the investigation
and thanked people in the community who came for-
ward with information.

Police are now working with government officials at the
targeted offices to improve security as investigations
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Ranfurly ‘still in dire need of help’

Plea comes after movie stars raise $10,000 fer home

By REUBEN SHEARER
Tribune Staff Reporter
rshearer@tribunemedia.net










DESPITE the generous and much appreciated flood of
donations from local businesses, non-profit groups and even
movie stars, the Ranfurly Home for Children is still in dire
need of help, orphanage president Alexandra Maillis-Lynch
told The Tribune yesterday.

In May the home’s board of directors reported a signifi-
cant drop in donations, which, coupled with a reduction in
government funding, had threatened its partial closure.

The public responded immediately with a round of dona-

tions totalling more than $3,000 and an anonymous donor
promised to match whatever amount could be raised. Help
came in from all sectors of the public, including from a
young girl who saved up her lunch money to donate it to less
fortunate children.
_ The home got another huge boost over the weekend
when the young stars of Standing Ovation, this summet’s hit
teen movie, performed a live show in Nassau to coincide with
the local launch of the film, which raised $10,000.

This means that so far, $26,000 has been raised for the
home, which provides shelter to orphaned, abused, neglect-
ed and abandoned children.

The teen stars, led by their musical director Sal Dupree —
himself an orphan — are not happy to let the matter rest
there though, and have committed to buying 40 new mat-
tresses for the home. '

After their performance at the British Colonial Hilton, the
casts challenged 13 persons or organisations to each match
their $10,000 so that a total of $130,000 can be raised for the
home.







Appreciative STAR PERFORMANCE: THE young stars of Standing Ovation, this summer's hot musical movie for tweens and teenagers, raised $10,000 for the Ran-

. te Home Lambe with a ae live show in Nassau over the weekend. The performers, who took to the a0 in the British Colonial Hilton’s

amin : anfur overnor’s Ballroom, are now challenging 13 persons or organisations to each match that sum so that a total of $130,000 can be raised for the home

The a trators and children of the R Hy Epi ats which presently houses 33 boys and girls. Standing Ovation, which is currently playing at Galleria Cinemas, is the story of two groups of students :

vying for a $1 million prize.

most appreciative of this generosity, but Mrs Maillis-Lynch
pointed out that the amount raised so far will only keep the
facility running for about a month.

They are therefore willing to consider any scheme that
may raise more money. :

“We are open to persons taking initiative, and teaching a
dance class here, or donating money for entertainment
opportunities, at Galleria Cinemas, and other wholesome
activities,” said Mrs Lynch.

One of the biggest hurdles facing the home is the astro-
nomical electricity bill — sometimes as high as $4,000 a
month. :

The Ranfurly Home houses 33 children, meaning at least
eight loads of clothes are washed and ironed every day.

Mrs Lynch said: “We’ve had people come in to advise us
on our electricity bill, but they couldn’t find the problem.
This has forced the home to consider other methods of
energy to reduce costs.”

Last year, the government provided $60,000 towards the
operational costs of the home, which are usually about
$300,000 a year, primarily for food and electricity.

The government, also feeling the economic pinch over the
last two years, decided to drop its contribution by $5,600.

Certain areas of the home are also in dire need of reno-
vation, and skilled volunteers are always welcome.

“Anybody who has a skill that they can bring forward,
please present it to us,” said Mrs Lynch.

Several people have answered this call, including a uni-
versity student who volunteered at the home during her
summer break. ;

“These are the children of the Bahamas. How we respond
to them says a lot about who we are as a people,” said Ms

Lynch. “Even in the midst of our problems there are people [ pia 5 a ue z :
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Tourism minister on

AUGUST 10,

Abaco power woes

By CHESTER ROBARDS,
Business Reporter
crobards@tribunemedia.net

THE MINISTER of
Tourism and Aviation told

Tribune Business yesterday

he is confident that Abaco’s
attractiveness as a destina-
tion will not be superseded
by its recent two-month
power woes which flattened
the island’s tourism product.

\ Vincent Vanderpool-Wal-.

lace said while the good
news is that the power, out-
ages on the island have been
corrected with the introduc-
tion of three new generators,

he suggested;there-is.no-pub-——- X

lic relations fix for the prob-
lem that drove a mass.of
tourists off the island and
kept many more away for
almost two months.

Mr Vanderpool-Wallace
said there has been a specif-
ic case from the island where
wedding parties booked
have had to be turned away
because of the inconsisten-
cies in power transmission.

“We understand those
specific cases,” he'said.

According to him, this
troubling tourism period for
the island has been nothing
except the “a bad period
with regard to power”.

However, when the smoke
cleared, some resort owners
were said they had lost
$100,000 in cancellations and

another $100,000 in refunds.

Mr Vanderpool-Wallace

said his office has heard from
a number of resort property
owners in Abaco who say
they are taking their losses
up with the Bahamas Elec-
tricity Corporation.
*. Some Abaco businesses
told this paper recently that
brownouts, blackouts and
fried equipment cost their
businesses to decrease by 50
per cent. On the other hand,
one hardware store said
commercé was flowing
because of it. |

And though some busi-




PRODUCT CONFIDENT: Minister of Tourism and Aviation Vincent _

Vanderpool-Wallace.

nesses were able to stay in
business by use of genera-
tors, one generator user said
the cost to fuel those gener-
ators was far more per hour
than using BEC’s supply.
Tom Hazel, general man-

ager of the Hope Town

Lodge, said he was con-
cerned that the hurricane
supply of diesel recently
bought for his property’s
1,000 kilowatt generator,

would be depleted because .

of the power'cuts. .
Mr Hazel said while the
power cuts were extremely

vexing for his guests, he saw .

some returns as those
tourists who were not leav-
ing Hope Town flocked to
his establishment when the
power cuts robbed them of
the ability to cook them-
selvesameal. .

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cuts seem to be coming to
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electric utility pushes for-
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to be operational by year
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Baha Mar gets"
‘oreen lig

By CHESTER ROBARDS
Business Reporter

crobards@tribunemedia.net ;

ater. sports
operators are
already think-
ing about
what will become of them
when Baha Mar is complet-
ed, one seasoned vendor told
Tribune Business yesterday,

while Baha Mar officials say .

they haven’t given the activi-
ty end of the development
any thought as yet.

Renwick Rolle, president
of JR Action Water Sports,
said he and the other vendors
who service the Baha Mar
properties, are hoping for the
government to give the pro-
ject a green light.

According to him, if the
project can generate the kind
of occupancies its developers

. hope to achieve, it will be an
‘amazing increase in business

for the 10 or more jetski,
parasail and boat rental oper-
ators who make their living
on Baha Mar’s shores.

“We hope it goes through,”
said Mr Rolle.

With business down close
to 70 per cent due to the eco-
nomic downturn last: year, and
the Wyndham Nassau Resort
and Crystal Palace Casino
closing again this year to low-
er operational costs, the oper-
ators have been scaling down
their operations to suit the
depressed market.

“Because of the economy,
it has been up and down, up
and down - it has been dras-
tic,” said Mr Rolle. “Baha

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share. of
business.

Mr Rolle
said while
business has
been slow,
and will slow down even more
when the Wyndham closes
from August 23 and October
5, the rotation on the beach
continues to be respected. He
said the hotel even tries to
encourage their guests to
patronise the water sports
vendors on their beach.

But the vendors are hoping
they are not left behind when
the Baha Mar development
is complete, and that its exec-

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‘utive team will honour the

organisation and the working
relationship they enjoy today.

Robert “Sandy” Sands, vice
president of external affairs
for Baha Mar, said while his

-organisation has not yet

broached the issue of the ven-
dors as a part of the develop-
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Mr Sands said Baha Mar
has thus far only focused its

resources on the develop-.

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of the hottest months in US
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The fast-food giant posted

. its biggest monthly increase

in ‘more than a year in an
important US sales figure as
US as the fast-food chain's
new fruit smoothies and ice-
cold frappes got a warm
reception from customers.

The increase shows just
how much the behemoth is
outpacing its competitors as
customers keep flocking to
the world's largest hamburger
chain while competitors post
anemic US sales. Shares
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"They were pretty impres-
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restaurant analyst R J Hot-
tovy. "It just shows that the
smoothies product has been
a big win for the company and
a big hit among consumers.
They did well with the timing
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July sales at restaurants
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in April 2009. At the same
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one of the hottest on record
nationwide, shatterring
records in many East Coast
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Overall, McDonald's Corp.
said the sales measure rose
seven per cent around the
globe and outpaced expecta-
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in Europe and 10.1 per cent in
the rest of the world.

‘The figure is considered an
important gauge of a restau-
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because it excludes the effects
of restaurants that open'or
close during the year.

Flocked

McDonald's said US con-
sumers flocked to its roughly
14,000 restaurants during the
month, seeking its new drinks
that are part of the restaurant
chain's rapidly expanding bev-
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In addition to the highly
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July and cost a little over $2
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It's those type of menu
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weakness that hurt Burger
King Corp. and

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Even the company's stock
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cent in the past two years.
That compares with a 13 per
cent decrease in the S&P 500
during the same period and
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three years.

R W Baird analyst David
E Tarantino told investors in
a research note Monday that
based on the fast food chain's
strong July figures, he is
boosting his earnings forecast.

He now expects the com-
pany to earn $1.24 per share
in the third quarter, up from
his earlier estimate of $1.23
per share, the same figure
expected by Wall Street ana-
lysts.

McDonald's is based in the

Chicago suburb of Oak

Brook, Ill. It has more than

32,000 restaurants around the

world in 100 countries.

Its shares rose to an all-time |
high Monday, climbing to
$73.33 before falling off slight-
ly.
But midday, shares were up
$1.20, or 1.7 per cent, to
$72.94 in midday trading
Monday.



By The Associated Press

A LOOK at economic
developments and activity in
major stock markets around
the world Monday:

Germany’s recovery

gaining pace

BERLIN — Germany's
recovery is gaining pace as the
country leads Europe out of
this year's debt crisis turmoil.
Exports rose in June to their
highest level since late 2008.

Germany; the world's No. 2

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52wk-Hi - Highest closing price in last 52 weeks
52wk-Low - Lowest closing price in last 52 weeks

Royal Fidelity Int'l Fund - Equities Sub Fund

Previous Close - Previous day's weighted price for daily volume
Today's Close - Current day's weighted price for daily volume

Change - Change in closing price from day to day
Daily Vol. - Number of total shares traded today
DIV $ - Dividends per share paid in the last 12 months

P/E - Closing price divided by the last 12 month earnings

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Ask $ - Selling price of Colina and fidelity ,

Last Price - last traded over-the-counter price

Weekly Vol. - Trading volume of the prior week

EPS $ - A company's reported earnings per share for the last 12 mths
NAV - Net Asset Value

N/M - Not Meaningful

FINDEX - The Fidelity Bahamas Stock Index. January 1, 1994,= 100

exporter after China, export-
ed goods and services worth

. 86.5 billion euros ($115 bil-

lion) in June, up 3.8 per cent
from the previous month,-the
Federal Statistical Office said.
Exports rose 29 per cent
increase compared with June
2009 and were at the highest
level since October 2008.
The FTSE 100 index of

leading British shares and ©

Germany's DAX both closed
up 1.5 per cent, while the
CAC-40 in France ended 1.7
per cent higher.

Yen’s rapid appreciation
causing concern in Japan
TOKYO — The yén's

rapid appreciation — the dol-

lar is not far from breaking
below November's 15-year
low versus the Japanese cur-
rency — is causing concern in
Japan.

Finance chief Yoshihiko
Noda has warned that the
monetary authorities in
Tokyo are watching develop-
ments in the foreign exchange
markets closely, a hint that
something may be done to
stem the export-sapping
appreciation in the yen.

China said it bought more

‘ Japanese government bonds
than it sold in June for the
sixth-straight month.

._ The yen's rise continued to
harm stocks. The benchmark
Nikkei 225 stock average end-
ed 0.7 per cent lower.

Stocks elsewhere in Asia
mostly rose. Hong Kong's
Hang Seng advanced 0.6 per
cent, the Shanghai Composite
Index rose 0.5 per cent, South
Korea's Kospi gained 0.4 per
cent and _ Australia's
S&P/ASX 200 climbed 0.6 per
cent.

China’s auto market

weakens further in July.

BEIJING — China's auto
market weakened further in
July as rapid sales growth
cools. Sales declined 11.9 per
cent from June to 1.2 million
vehicles, according to the
state-sanctioned China Asso-
ciation of Automobile Manu-

‘facturers. ss
The slowdown is a setback

for global manufacturers such |

as General Motors that are
hoping China will drive sales
as demand elsewhere weak-
ens. Sales are forecast to grow
by 20 per cent this year but
that is down sharply from
2009's breakneck 45 per cent
rise.

India may allow direct

foreign investment

in its stock markets

MUMBAI, India — India
may allow foreign individuals
to invest directly in its stock
markets, said two people
familiar with a new report
prepared for the Ministry of
Finance that recommends
loosening capital controls.

The

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comes as top policymakers
worry that global risk aver-
sion could dampen foreign
capital inflows, which India
needs to fund its widening
current account deficit and
meet credit demand.

Greece's debt crisis,

low consumer demand

force store’s closure

ATHENS,. Greece
Greece's main business asso-
ciation says the debt crisis and
low consumer demand have
forced the closure of one in
seven stores in Athens' main
shopping areas.

e National Confedera-
tion of Greek Commerce, or
ESEE, says clothing and shoe
shops suffered most, while
upmarket areas weathered’
the crisis better than lower
income districts.

Russian PM: Wheat harvest

off more than one third

MOSCOW — Russian
Prime Minister Vladimir
Putin says this year's wheat
harvest will be off more than
a third, down to 60 million
tons.

Last year, the world's third
largest grain exporter har-
vested 97 million tons of
wheat and exported 21.4 mil-
lion tons.

Saudi Arabia approves new

$385bn development plan

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia —
Saudi Arabia has approved a
new $385 billion development
plan, with more than 50 per
cent of it devoted to human
resources.

Economy and Planning
Minister Khaled Al Qosaibi
said the plan, which covers
2010-2014, is 67 per cent larg-
er than the previous, five-year

-plan implemented in the

OPEC powerhouse and the
Arab world's largest econo-
my.
More than half the invest-
ments target developing
human resources, with the
remainder allocated to social
services, the health, telecom-
munications and housing sec-
tors.

It envisages average year-
ly economic growth of 5.2 per
cent.

Britain's major banks

to find ways to boost credit

to small businesses

LONDON — The bosses
of Britain's six major banks
are forming a task force to
find ways to boost credit to
small businesses.

In a letter to the govern-
ment, the executives outline
proposals aimed at stimulat-
ing recovery in the still slug-
gish private sector. |

The creation of the task
force follows criticism that the
banking sector is failing to
encourage lending despite
returning to profit in recent
months.



THE TRIBUNE

TUESDAY, AUGUST 10,




s recovery loses speed,
Fed mulls ways to help

‘By JEANNINE AVERSA
AP Economics Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) —
Federal Reserve policymak-
ers are in a bind: they want
to say and do things that will
energise the economy, but in

doing so they risk making

things worse by sending sig-
nals that the recovery is in
really bad shape.

On Tuesday, Fed Chairman
Ben Bernanke and his col-
leagues on the Federal Open
Market Committee will dis-
cuss whether to take any new
action aimed at stimulating
economic growth.

The pressure to act rose
Friday with the release of
July's disappointing jobs
report. That showed the
unemployment rate stuck at

9.5 per cent and a third
‘ straight month of anemic hir- -

ing from the private sector.

"This was not a report that .

will make anyone happy. As
for the Fed...the members
may decide to do something
to show they are taking
action," said economist Joel
Naroff, president of Naroff
Economic Advisors. —

Economists say Fed offi-
cials have a handful of options
at their disposal, but would
likely consider two options
for perking up the economy:

— Clarify that the Fed will
keep short-term interest rates
at record lows for as long as it
takes to encourage more use
of credit.

— Use the proceeds from
the Fed's investments in mort-
gage securities to buy gov-
ernment debt on a small scale.



SLOW RECOVERY: Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke testifies
before the House Financial Services Committee on Capitol Hill in
Washington. Bernanke and his colleagues are weighing new steps to
invigorate the economy if the recovery shows signs of backsliding.

That could help drive down
long-term interest rates.

Both steps would signal to
markets that money could be
borrowed cheaply for a longer
period of time, giving busi-
nesses and individuals more
confidence to finance major
purchases. Still, economists
doubt how much practical
impact they would have.
Interest rates are already at
historic lows and that hasn't
generated more buying activ-
ity.

A boldér step would be to
restart programmes under-
taken during the financial cri-
sis that involved large-scale
purchasing of mortgage-
backed securities and gov-
ernment debt. .

The aggressive action has
the potential to spur growth
by driving down interest rates
even more, but it comes with
considerable risk. It could rat-

(AP Photo)

tle investors about the health
of the economy and lead to a
sell-off on Wall Street. Pan-
icked financial markets could
prompt businesses and con-
sumers to retreat further.
That could push the country

~ back into recession.

"Such a move is unconven-
tional, and no one knows if it
will work," said Chris Rup-
key, economist at the Bank
of Tokyo-Mitsubishi. If Fed
policymakers’ take such
action, "they risk their credi-
bility," he said.

In 2009 and early 2010, the
Fed bought $1.25 trillion in

mortgage securities, $175 bil-

lion in mortgage debt from
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac,
and $300 billion in govern-
ment debt as part of two cri-
sis-era programmes.

The Fed's focus again on
energizing the recovery is a
shift from earlier this year,

when it was starting to lay out

its "exit strategy" for eventu-

ally boosting interest rates.
In a recent AP Economy

‘ Survey, 76 per cent of econo-
mists said the earliest the Fed -

would boost rates is the spring
of next year. By contrast,
economists in a previous AP
survey released in the spring
thought the earliest rate boost
would come at the end of this
year. ,

There's concern within the:

Fed that another large-scale
effort to stimulate growth
would bulk up the already-

-bloated $2.3 trillion balance

sheet and possibly unleash
inflation risks down the road.

The Fed is more likely to
take the smaller step of using
the proceeds to buy new
mortgage securities or gov-
ernment debt.

That would have limited
impact on interest rates
because the amount of money
involved is small, roughly $10
billion a month.

However, it would send a
signal to Wall Street and
Main Street that the Fed is
open to additional credit-eas-
ing steps. .

At Tuesday's meeting, the

’ Fed is all but certain to leave

its key bank lending rate
between zero and 0.25 per
cent, where it has been since
December 2008.

There's a chance the Fed
could build on its pledge to
hold this rate at record lows
for an “extended period."

That means rates on cer-
tain credit cards, home equity
loans, some adjustable rate
mortgages and other con-

Late summer gas prices look to remain steady

By SANDY SHORE
AP Business Writer

MOTORISTS planning a
late-summer getaway should
find gasoline prices little-
changed through August.

The national average for a

gallon of unleaded gasoline
was $2.774 Monday, accord-
ing to AAA, Wright Express
and _ Oil Price Information
Service. That's about 3.9 cents
higher than a week ago and
13.1 cents higher than a year
ago. ;
An oil price rally caused the
week-over-week increase, but
prices aren't likely to rise
much more because:supplies
are still ample and demand
hasn't improved much, said
Fred Rozell, OPIS retail pric-
ing director. i

"We're still in that funky
period where there's storm

concerns, so any time there is ‘

a hurricane fear you may see
prices jump up," he said. By



PUBLIC NOTICE

the fall when heavy summer
driving wanes, prices should
drop, he added.

In a research report,
Cameron Hanover energy
research agency said gasoline
supplies are about 21.6 per
cent higher than they were
two years ago, while gasoline
reserves are about 6.6 per
cent higher.

It's an indication that oil
traders are basing their pur-
chases and sales more on
technical factors than basic
facts about the market. "If
this market ever does return
to fundamentals, we could be
in for a very steep decline in
prices," the agency said.

Oil prices matched: an
increase in US stock markets
as traders and investors wait-
ed to.see if the Federal
Reserve plans to launch new
economic stimulus pro-
grammes after its Tuesday
meeting. :

The Dow Jones Industrial



INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL
The Public is hereby advised that |, MAVIS MYRTLE
BYFIELD nee CAMPBELL of Nassau, Bahamas intend
to change my name to MAVI MYRTLE JENNINGS
nee CAMPBELL. If there are any objections to this

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



Legal Notice
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT

(No.45 of 2000) :
OBLIX SHIPPING

INTERNATIONAL LIMITED

In Voluntary liquidation

Average rose about 43 points
in midday trading. The NAS-
DAQ and the S&P 500 were

Slightly higher.

Benchmark crude for Sep-
tember delivery rose 78 cents
to settle at $81.23 a barrel on
the New York Mercantile

Exchange. Oil has stayed.

above $80 a barrel for six
straight sessions.

Oil traders have been close-
ly watching the stock markets
to gauge consumer confidence
in the economy, which Fed

x

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Chairman Ben Bernanke
recently characterized as
“unusually uncertain."

In other Nymex trading in
September contracts, heating
oil rose 0.66 cent to settle at
$2.1538 a gallon, gasoline
gained 0.60 cent to settle at

$2.1187 a gallon and natural.

gas fell 15.8 cents to settle at
$4.309 per 1,000 cubic feet.

In London, Brent crude
added 83 cents to settle at
$80.99 a barrel on the ICE
Futures exchange.

British Colonial Hilton Hotel

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30mm Ba and up

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All balls on the system - 30% off
All rings and earrings - 30% off
Free parking at the Hilton

P.O.Box EE-15827
Nassau, Bahamas
Tel: 242-323-1865

Email: gems-pearls@hotmail.com

Legal Notice

‘

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
(No.45 of 2000)

TAYNOL CORPORATION

In Voluntary liquidation

sumer loans will stay low.
Commercial banks' prime

‘lending rate would stay at

about 3.25 per cent, the lowest.
point in decades.
The Fed also could bolster

its policy statement, echoing

Bernanke's promise to law-

makers last month that the
Fed is "prepared to take fur- |
ther policy actions as need-
ed," said Michael Feroli,
economist at JPMorgan
Chase Bank.

COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2010
IN THE SUPREME COURT CLE/qui/No.
Common Law and Equity Division

IN THE MATTER OF ALL THAT piece parcel
or lot of land situate in the Eastern District of the
Island of New Providence’ in the Fox Hill Area
North of the Creek in Sandilands Village and being
Lot Number 46 on a plan filed in the Department of °
Lands and Surveys in the City of Nassau as Number
5179 NP. | |

AND
IN THE MATTER of the Quieting Titles Act, 1959
AND

IN THE MATTER of the Petition of THOMAS J.
LOVE by virtue of Power of Attorney for THOMAS
L. LOVE

NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that Thomas J. Love is .
applying tothe Supreme Court of the Commonwealth
of the Bahamas to have his title to the following
land investigated under Section 3 of the Quieting ©
Titles Act 1959 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: |

“ALL THAT piece parcel or lat of land situate in the
Eastern District of the Island of New Providence in
the Fox Hill Area North of the Creek in Sandilands
Village and being Lot Number 46 on a plan filed in
the Department of Lands and Surveys in the City of |
Nassau as Number 5179 N.P.”

A plan of the said land may be inspected during
normal working hours at the following places:

The Registry of the Supreme Court of Nassau,
Bahamas;

The Chambers of Lockhart & Co.,-No. 35 Buen
Retiro ‘Road, Off Shirley, Street, Nassau, The
Bahamas.

Notice is hereby given that any person having a
‘dower or right of dower or an adverse claim or
a claim not recognized in the said Petition shall
on or before the expiration of thirty (30) days
after the final publication of these presents file in
the Registry of the Supreme Court and serve on
the Petitioner or the undersigned a Statement of
his Claim in the prescribed form verified by an
Affidavit to be filed therewith. Failure of any such
person to file and serve a Statement of his Claim on —
or before the expiration of thirty (30) days after the
final publication of these presents shall operate as a
bar to such claims.

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Sec-
tion 138 of the International Business Companies
Act No. 45 of 2000, TAYNOL CORPORATION, has
been dissolved and, struck off the Register accord-
ing to the Certificate of Dissolution issued by the

Registrar General on the 31st day of May, 2010.

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Sec-

tion 138 of the International Business Companies
Act No. 45 of 2000, OBLIX SHIPPING INTERNA-
TIONAL LIMITED, has been dissolved and struck off
the Register according to the Certificate of Disso-
lution issued by the Registrar General on the 23rd
day of June, 2010.

Lockhart & Co.
Chambers
35 Buen Retiro Road
Off Shirley Street

Mr. Luis Maria Pineyrua Pittaluga
Nassau, Bahamas

Ruta 8, Km. 17.500, Local 115 A,
CP 91.600 Montevideo,
Uruguay
Liquidator

Mayo Secretaries Limited,
Akara Building, 24 De Castro Street,
Wickhams Cay I, Road Town, Tortola, BVI
Liquidator

Attorneys for the Petitioner





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vite bite

Overcoming an

angry vagina

“SO many women underesti-
mate the role and power of their
wombs as they try their utmost to
fit into a stress-ladened lifestyle
that undervalues their roles as
women,” said Queen Afua, chief
executive officer of the Queen

- Afua Wellness Institute.

“T think it is safé to say that
most women forget that they have
been blessed with the enormous
capacity to not only love uncon-
ditionally but also co-create life
itself. This dis-jointed approach
to life promotes frustration, which
in turn produces anger on a num-
ber of different levels. This ener-
gy left un-channelled destroys the
very essence of who we are and
along with it the balance we bring
to life. I advocate that the only
way this can be addressed is if we
focus on the place where we all
came from- the womb,” she said.

“Overcoming An Angry Vagi-
na - A Journey To Womb Well-
ness” is the newest book by
Queen Afua. Her previous book,
“Sacred Woman: A Guide to
Healing the Feminine Body, Mind
and Spirit”, sold more than a‘mil
lion copies worldwide.

Last weekend, she hosted a
workshop on this topic for both
men and women at the Bahamas
National Trust where she shared
techniques to prevent womb
issues such as “fibroid tumors, pre

and post menstrual syndrome,
sexually transmitted diseases,
“menopausal madness and emo-
tional womb drama”.

Her one woman show, titled:
“If Your Vagina Could Speak,
What Would She Say?” was the
theme of the weekend, according
to organiser Rhonda Wright,
founder of Seedlings Place.

“An angry vagina comes in

many, many forms. A vagina, or a’

woman’s wamb is what makes us
women. For the health of every
woman cach of her bodies - men-
tal, spiritual, emotional, and phys-

‘ical - must be in balance to have

wellness. When they are not in
balance this is what we call having
an angry vagina,” said Mrs
Wright.

“That anger comes in many
forms. She could be depressed,
emotionally distraught because of
a toxic relationship; maybe she
has had several abortions; maybe
she has a sexually transmitted dis-
case; maybe she has been physi-
cally abused, or stressed at work;
maybe she has fibroids, cysts,
tumors. That is how the anger
manifests itself,” she said.

Queen Afua has 30 years of
experience as a holistic health
therapist, specialising in family
wellness, colon cleansing, hatha |
yoga, raw food living and spiritu
al chipowerment.




































































































Tribune Features Writer



hether your hair is
damaged, dry, too
thin, coarse and ,
uncontrollable or just in
need ofa little extra TLC to
make it really healthy, there
are a number of steps you
can take to ensure that your
hair is at its beautiful and
best. 50
Try a Brazilian Keratin Treat-
ment to strengthen damaged hair or
to keep healthy hair as healthy as
possible. It is an excellent treat-
ment to rejuvenate, restructure,
replenish, and repair damaged
and weak hair.
Brazilian Hair Straightening

transforms the hair without
chemically altering the hair
strands, but by sealing the hair
in keratin. Keratin is the pri-
mary protein of the skin, hair
and nails. The use of a keratin-
based product adds moisture
and strength to hair damaged
by blow drying, colouring, and
traditional relaxers.

Nevida Noya Mills, Hair Styl-
ist at Colors Hair Studio which:
has just introduced this treat-
ment said:" you can use the
treatment for both healthy and
damaged hair, and if your hair is
already healthy it gives it a little

boost.
“The results we have been get-

ting from customers is that their.
hair is much.smoother, lighter
and bouncing and flowing. We
have got a lot of call backs and
appointments for it as well," she
said.

The staff at Colors Hair Studio
offered these general tips for
maintaining healthy hair.

\li Capron, Hair Artist at Col-
ors Hatr Studio stated: "Always
trim your hair-regularly. Quality
tools should be used to trim your
hair. Using anything else can actu-
ally encourage more splitting down
the road. It's important that the
scissors used are very sharp, made
specifically for cutting hair, and
used for nothing else. If your hair
begins to show damage, it is impor-
tant to trim it more often.”

Additional tips from the studio
are, to never put your hair in any
kind of style that will put undue

is an innovative process that

stress on the individual hairs. No

tiny braids, no extremely tight coils
and if you pull all or some of your
hair into a braid or a ponytail to
create your hairstyle, make sure it
isn't pulled tight enough to put
stress on the roots of your hair.

“Pulling hair tight repeatedly
commonly results in bald patches. If
you go‘after the long hair "quick
fix" and put extensions in your hair,
be forewarned that your own hair
will likely be significantly more
damaged when they are removed
than it was to begin with.

If you do choose to wear your
hair in twists or braids, it's defi-
nitely a smart idea to use a braid
conditioning sprays to keep your
hair in top condition,” Mr Capron
said.

Mr Capron added that women
should avoid using any heated
appliances whenever possible. Min-
imise the use of blow drying, curling
irons, hot rollers, flat irons or
crimpers. It is best to let your hair
dry from roller-sets and use the
blow dryer just to finish it off at
the end.

“If you do use any kind of heat
on your hair, be sure to use a prod-
uct that will help protect your hair
from it. Be very careful with what
you choose to style your hair.

When you do use a brush, use
only a natural 100 per cent boar
bristle brush which will not tear
your hair and is useful in distribut-
ing sebum (your hair's natural pro-
tective oils) to the ends of your hair
and to remove loose hairs.

In addition to the healthy hair
tips, you should be EXTREMELY
gentle with your hair when it is wet.
Don't rub your hair vigorously with
a towel, gently squeeze the towel
down the length of your hair. Nev-
er brush your hair when it's wet,

this is when your hair ts at its most *

delicate. In fact, it is best to avoid
brushing your hair under most cir-
cumstances; a wide-tooth comb is
almost always a better choice and is
a must to smooth wet hair.

Further he says “Know the
ingredients in your styling prod-
ucts. Once you know what affects
your hair positively or detrimen-
tally, you will be able to effectively
choose products that contain ingre-
dients that are best for your hair
type.

Lessen the friction on your hair
whenever possible. Don't sleep with
your hair loose or if you must, use a
satin pillow case.”

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itting
and selecting
Children's
footwear



As we wind down to the opening
of the school year, many parents
are busy selecting footwear for their
children. I find it necessary to
address this topic as many children
experience foot problems due to
improper footwear. Parents can
worry about their child's teeth and
eyes, but often do not give any
attention to the developing foot.
Many adult foot problems have
their origins in childhood, so atten-
tion to footwear in children can
minimise these problems in adults.

Buy Children's Shoes that Fit -"
it is not unusual for a parent or
grandparent to purchase shoes for a
child without the child present. A
child's shoe should be directly fitted
to the foot in the store. Tradition-
ally, it was standard to buy shoes
for children that were two sizes too
big to cut down on cost. It is good
to buy kids footwear a little larger
to leave room to grow, but anything
more than one*size bigger is too:
big.

Proper fit - when considering
size, the length and width of the
shoe must be considered. The width
of the shoe is extremely important,
especially if the child has wide feet.
Do not purchase shoes more than
one size larger even if you are expe-
riencing difficulties finding the right
width, seek the help of a specialty
store where adjustments can be
done to support the width of the
child's feet. Shoes that are too big
can cause heel slipping and a child
can trip when walking. Further, toes
can slide forward and be very
uncomfortable resulting with sore -
toes. Likewise, shoes that are too
tight or small will cause sore feet,
ingrown toenails and other foot
problems.

Comfort - Children's shoes
should be comfortable immediately,
while in the store and not be
expected to be “broken in” or
“stretched” later. If the shoe:does
not appear to have enough support,
there are specialty stores that can
add proper inserts not only to sup-
port the foot, but also help to wick
away moisture. Moisture manage-.”
ment prevents fungus, odours and ~
athlete's foot from developing.

Inspect Children's Shoes regu-
larly.- even after kids' footwear is
purchased they need to be checked
regularly for wear and tear around
the soles and for proper cushion-
ing and arch support. Children tend
to adapt to what they regard as nor-
mal and accept it. This is why
skilled shoe fitters/specialist and
regular checks are important, par-
ticularly with young children.

Socks - the sock should fit and be
the same size as the shoe. One hun-
dred per cent cotton is best, espe-
cially if the child has skin problems.
Most cotton socks contain’‘a small
percentage of nylon. A 50 per cent
wool with 50 per cent mix is also
very good. Avoid 100 per cent nylon
socks as they will make the foot
sweat and do not absorb moisture.

In conclusion, poorly fitted chil-
dren's shoes can cause a number of
problems in adults. Therefore, it is
logical to attempt to prevent these
problems by ensuring that the
child's shoe is fitted appropriately.



e Bernadette D. Gibson, a Board Certi-
fied & licensed Pedorthist, is the pro-
prietor of Foot Solutions, a health and
wellness franchise that focuses on
foot care and proper shoe fit, located
in the Sandyport Plaza, Nassau.
Please direct any questions or com-
ments to nassau@footsolutions.com
or 327-FEET (3338).



PAGE 6B, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010

sy to identify. The |

upright in wild

Infatuated love .

STANDING in a bank or food
store check out line provides ample
opportunity to let your mind drift
to thoughts of your lover -guiltless,
uninterrupted time. to look distant

and detached. Of course, there are .

priorities in your life, which you
should be focusing on, and yet you
just cannot remember what they are.

- Why complicate this luxurious time
by mundane thoughts when you can
enjoy the warm fuzzy feeling of your
beloved? ,

No matter what you do, thoughts
of your love creep in to almost every
minute, of your day. Sometimes,
selectively chosen to come in, but
on many occasions; they. jump ahead
of the queue and stand at attention.
You feel recharged, alive and blush
at the thought that others may pos-
sibly be able to read your thoughts.

As a logical thinker, you try to
decipher your emotions and yet it

seems to work in tandem with your
heart, and you accomplish nothing.

“You even consider if you could sus-

tain life on love alone. Is it possible
to hold on to this forever? Does it.
have to die and fade just as other
relationships have done in the past?
Is it the 'real thing' when you do not
seem to be able to control your own
thoughts?

You have so many. 'what if' ques-
tions, and yet so much certainty. You
are confidant in the moment and
have faith that the love will remain



a spoon and the remaining fruit,
a shell, should be close to see

occur at any time during the.
~. year. Native guavas are partic
- ularly susceptible to attack from

forever. Yours that is, but what
about theirs? -

Being swept off your feet or bask-
ing in the warm embrace of a new
relationship can produce the invigo-
rating effects of love. Similarities in
personality and life styles inevitably
produce a sense of 'knowing this
person'. There is an easy flow of
conversation and a feeling that your
own jigsaw is now complete. Put that
together with strong sexual chem-
istry and an explosion takes place
in your mind,

Just reading this may pull up dor-
mant memories. Recall photos from
early childhood, and those who we
admired from afar. Having a 'crush',
or becoming totally infatuated with
someone can happen at any age, and
is not exclusive to a specific gender.
Only when we can recognise, and
admit that it will not be reciprocated,
will it allow us to move from fantasy
into reality.

Generally, people understand and
anticipate youth's infatuations. Par-
ents become guardians of their chil-



dren's hearts because they remem-

ber the besotted preoccupation that
it generates. Controlling the surge
of new hormones by slowing down
the need to experiment becomes
paramount for a lot of parents. Rules
and boundaries are placed, at least
until childhood is completed.

As we pass througli our lives, we -

live with disappointments, sadness
and sometimes the harsh reality
about relationships. For some,
acknowledging that love may not be
enough to live on is disillusioning in
itself Practical day-to-day living.can
dampen any romantic thinking, par-
ticular for those with less imagina-
tion and creativity. _

The need for love and passion can
remain throughout our lives. Many
people thrive by feeding their bliss-
ful fantasy, and sustain it by self-
suggestion. They are conscious of
the static nature of their love, but
relish in the knewledge that the door
has not been shut and locked.

Surely, hope is what stimulates
infatuations. The hope that love

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itself is real and available for all;
regardless of age, gender or social
status. Realist may consider this
immature and even dangerous
thinking. The mere possibility of
elevating this person to a place of
adulation becomes alarming for
many. There is a fine balance
between living with a fantasy and
acting out, such as in the case of a
‘stalker’. ;

Love is a powerful thing; terrify-
ing at times and yet we still long for
it. Life does not seem so sunny or
worth living if we are totally devoid
of it. Some say that true love is only
‘real' when the infatuation ebbs
away ‘and contented love is revealed.
That may well be true, but do we
have to forget the passion?

¢ Listen to ‘Love on the Rock’ with
Maggie Bain every Thursday 5-6 pm
on Island FM 102.9 For appointments
call 364-7230, email
relatebahamas@yahoo.com or







Preparing to say good-bye

My last Sankambi

THIS was an emotional
experience as it was the last
time that I got a chance to see
most of the parents. Just
before I was supposed to teach
my last lesson, the kids sang a
song called “Memory Album”
which makes me cry every sin-
gle time I hear it. So here Iam
about to do my last lesson and
Iam crying like a baby in the
back seeing as this was the last
time that I was going to do
this. After my lesson, the par-
ents presented me with a beau-
tiful gift and that made me cry
even more. I had a speech pre-





pared in Japanese but I don’t
know if I said it right. But I
saw some of the mothers cry-
ing as well so I think they
understood what I was saying.

When I was leaving the
room after my lesson they
formed a pyramid for me to

.walk under and applauded

when I left. That feeling at that

moment was indescribable.

Graduation

Seiko K5 Graduation -the
reason why I stayed an extra
few months. The day before
I had my wisdom tooth
removed (this was the only
day, that I could do it based
on the dentist’s schedule and
my own wark schedule).
While that in itself was a hor-
rible experience, (it felt as
though my mouth was being
invaded) it was the day after-
wards when I felt it. The night
before I could feel my mouth
swelling, I even tried putting

ice on it hoping that would
help. However, when I woke
up next morning, I felt like I
looked like the Elephant Man.

I called my friend on the
Internet hoping that they
would tell me the truth of how
I looked, but of course being
the friend that they were that
didn’t happen. Not believing
them, I called my Australian
neighbor over and when I
opened up the door she said
“h@#$ s#$%. Looks like you
ate 4 golf balls.”

I thought that this blows,
one of the most important
events since I’ve been here
and I looked like I got into a
fight with Mike Tyson. Luck-
ily, I lived in a place where it
was OK to wear a partial face
mask if you had a cold. I nev-

er thought I would have to
wear one but now was the
time. If not, I would proba-
bly scare the kids with my half
beaten swollen face. I arrived
5 miutes before the ceremony
and it was worth it.

Watching each one of the
children march up and know-
ing that I helped to contribute
in a small way was a touch-
ing experience. At this cere-
mony I cried more than at my
own graduation so I had a
swollen face and eyes- hah-
haha. ‘

At the party after all of the
festivities, parents kept com-
ing up to me and thanking me
for teaching their kids and
giving me little letters of
thanks. I will cherish them
always.

|





Watching

each one of
the children
march up and
knowing that

I helped to
contribute in

a small way
was a touching
experience.



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ESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010, PAGE 7B



Seagrape

FROM page eight

“After a year and a half of
research we found that the
leaves of the sea grape con-
tain an extremely high per-
centage of anti- oxidants.”

Anti- oxidants are sub-
stances which prevent or slow
down the oxidative damage
to the body, particularly in
the skin countering the dam-
age down from sun exposure
or lack of sleep. They can
reduce the risk of cancer and
slow down the overall aging
effects on the skin.

“The most powerful rank-
ing that we have for fruits
containing anti- oxidants are
the Goji Berry which contain
146 moles -moles are the unit
of measurement that they are
measured in. Well, sea grape
leaves have a measurement
of 195 moles.”

Ms Wesche said that tests
of the Poncianna seed pod
also revealed that they con-
tain a strong anti- inflamma-
tory benefit which offset the
affects of exposure to sun
and pollution.

“So when you combine the
two, what you end up with is
a powerful combination that
has both anti aging qualities
while at the same anti-
inflammatory properties to
regenerate skin.”

The Paris Bahamas skin
care line features five prod-
ucts- a face cream called
Heaven on Earth, a body
cream called Feel the
Breeze, a lip balm called
Ready to Smile, a shimmer-
ing skin oil called Sun Glow
and a perfume called Sun
Ocean which also has hints
of Frangipani, coconut and
vanilla. There is also a foot
and body scrub called Walk

» on the Beach which contains

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authentic Bahamian pink
sand. The perfume is created
in the Bahamas and then
packaged in France whereas
for the other products, the
raw elements are sent to the
lab in France, and then pack-
aged and shipped back to this
country.

Ms Wesche drew heavily
on her marketing experience
to package the line. Each
container features a lid filled
with pink sand and a tropical
logo with clean sleek lines.

“We wanted it to have the
feel of the island but to also
indicate that it is a high end
beauty product.”

To date, the Paris
Bahamas products have
attracted quite a following
particularly at a media event
at the Printemps Department
Store ( considered the Har-
rods of Paris) attended by
some of the top fashion. and
beauty journalists. It is being
sold at a number of stores in
France and in the Bahamas
including: Cole’s of Nassau,

John Bull, Valentine’s in:

Harbour Island, Breezes,
Sandals, Club Med, Stella
Maris and Cape Santa Maria
and in the Sir Lynden Pin-
dling Airport.

“I think that a lot of per-
sons buy it in the Bahamas,
because it makes a great sou-
venir that is practical, but
then they can keep the bottle
afterward, and in France,
they buy it because they asso-
ciate it with the beach and
being on holiday and then
when we explained the qual-
ities the products contain,
they are more interested.”

Miss Wesche said that she
is hopeful that the product
will appeal to Bahamians
interested in using ingredi-
ents found in their own back-
yards for their health.

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1995 HONDA SABER,
good running condition, AC, Sunroof,
as; 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,

-ph# 465-5063

BBF #775
; HONDA ACCORD,
power everything, CD player, AC, less then
75,000 miles, purchased at Nassau Motor com-
pany limited, one owner, runs smooth, clean in-
side and out, asking $7,000 negotiable price,
. ph# 393-0482 (9Qam-5pm) / 433-5663

BBF #807 "
m “+ 2007 F-150, ;
charcoal grey, V-6, CLEAN TITLE, 23,000
miles, ice.cold, AC, satellite radio, 20” rims,
asking $24,000 ONO,
ph# 565-9950 / 427-2125

BBF #809
2004 NISSAN MAXIMA,
leather interior, CD changer, fully loaded,
call for price, Also 1999 Honda civic, CD player,
find AS, 72,000 miles






BBF #814
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 #823 s
2004 CHEVY IMPALA,
20” rims, ice cold AC, clean in and out, CD
player asking $5,000, owner going back to Ja-
maica, ph# 455-1184

BBF #834
2002 FORD FOCUS
good condition, white exterior, grey interior,
asking $4,800 ONO, ph# 468-7535

DODGE DAKOTA.
Fully Loaded 22" inch, rims, 34000 miles.
Asking $17,500°0bo...
Owner leaving town,
ph# 3275615 Cell: 4257264. Ms.Brown



1999 BMW 318 TI COUPE,

terior, AC, power windows, air bag, power
steering, sun roof, power locks, Automatic

he car

| transmission, CD & DVD included, asking
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recently serviced, fully loaded, black leather in-

1998 HONDA ACCORD,
white, head lights, tan leather seats, AC, CD
player, 18” low profile rims and original factory
rims, custom rear view 'ights, body kit,
asking $5,000, ph# 565-8799 / 426-4398

2005 NISSAN MAXIMA,
leather interior, bose music system, low miles,
owner leaving island, great buy, aski
ng 81 1,500 OBO,
ph# 525-7278



2003 INFINITI 135,
power windows, seats, door, trunk, sunroof,
black leather interior, mahogany wood all
through, remote start, and pioneer sound sys-
tem, AC, Alarm, in excellent condition, asking
$8,500 price negotiable,
ph# 465-4245 / 361-5253

BBF #858 —" -
2006 CHEVY EQUINOX,
AC, CD player, good running condition,
asking $15,000 ONO, 566-4613 / 392-7934

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BBF #861
2004 DODGE DURANGO,
blue with grey interior, fully loaded, 6 CD in
dash, CD player, sunroof, factory DVD player,
3rd row seating, asking $14,500 ONO,
ph# 466-8036







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

1998 CADILLAC DEVILLE,
pearl, good condition, leather interior, power
everything, DVD screen, clean,
asking $3,000 ONO,
ph# 434-0758

BBF #876
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# 454-9159 / 323-5750



1998 FORD EXPLORER,
t condition, CD p} AC, power
d candition, s
ing $3,060, ph#

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. 2004 KIA SORENTO SUV,

Engine: V6, Automatic, 4 wheel drive, recently
serviced, 5/2010, perfect condition, very well
looked after, excellent fuel, economy & Reliabil-
ity, AC, radio, 12 disc CD changer,
licensed until May 2011, asking $12,500,
$ ph# 423-4512 :

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2001 FORD TAURES,
good condition, asking $3,500,
ph# 465-8220

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2003 NISSAN ALTIMA,
leather, AC, DVD, power everything,
Asking $5,500 ONO, as is.
ph# 468-3297

BBF #884
“2000 CHEVY ASTRO VAN,
ASKING $7,000,
. ALSO 2003 FORD TAURUS,
asking $7,000,
ph# 356-5796

BBF #885 ;
2003 FORD EXPLORER,
just in from foreign, green, AC, CD player, im-
maculate condition, asking $7,500 OBO,
phi 565-4472

1999 HONDA CIVIC,

2 door, Standard Shift, red and black, leather
seats, sunroof, excellent engine, wo many ex-
tras to list, asking $3,000 ONO,

1999 BUICK REGAL,
asking $2,000,

433-5957 / 432-4178

1999 HONDA ACCORD,
leather interior, sunroof, V6, clean in and out,
need to see to appreciate, asking $6,000 ONO,
ph# 565-6161 / 322-2192

BBF #891
2001 HONDA CIVIC,
2 door, black exterior, black interior, excellent
condition, AC, Automatic, asking $6,000,
ph# 466-8461

1998 NISSAN MAXIMA,
good condition, AC, CD player, everything
works, asking $3,00-ONO,
ph# 544-7201 / 677-5166
10 days tribune issue 79 110

BBF #894
* 2003 HONDA CIVIC EX,
good condition, sunroof, AC, P/N, CD player,
Remote entry, Factory Alloy Wheels,
ph# 422-3150

BBF #895 ;
‘2007 CHEVROLET MALIBU
FOR SALE
$11,500 ONO,
Call or Text 426-7543

BBF #896 .
TOYOTA ARISTO FOR SALE
1500 O.N.O,
Call or text 426-7543

2004 CHEVY IMPALA,
leather interior, AC, CD player, 22” rims, ask-
ing $6,000 with rims ONO, without rims
asking $5,000 ONO,
ph# 535-5816

2001 NISSAN MAXIMA,
grey leather interior, all red HID, serviced on
time, sound system,
asking $7,500,
ph# 556-8349

2000 HONDA ACCORD,
_ 18” rims, runs well, must see to appreciate, ©
asking $7,000 ONO,
ph#.454-2213 / 326-4110

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#902
2004 SL 500, MERCEDES,
asking $45,000 ONO,
ph#f 552-1654

BBF #903
2007 GRAND CHEROKEE,
excellent condition, must see to appreciate,
Bank financing assistance available, asking
$21,500 ONO, ph# 426-4565

2007 GRAND CHEROKEE,
excellent condition, must see to appreciate,
Bank financing assistance available, asking

, $21,500 ONO,
ph# 426-4565

2002 JEEP CHEROKEE,
53,000 miles, clean title, AC, CD player, excel-
lent condition, recently serviced, asking $9,000,
Ph# 456-1419 / 325-3403

2002 JEEP CHEROKEE,
53,000 miles, clean title; AC, CD player, excel-
lent condition, recently serviced, asking $9,000,
Ph# 456-1419 / 325-3403







BBF #905
2009 HONDA ACCORD,
V6, Fully loaded, sunroof, leather, power, 6 disc
changer, 22” chrome rims, clean title, asking
$33,000, ph# 423-6549 / 322-1248

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2009 HONDA ACCORD, V6,
Fully loaded, sunroof, leather, power, 6 disc
changer, 22” chrome rims, clean title, asking
$33,000, ph# 423-6549 / 322-1248

29°
: 2004 NISSAN MAXIMA SL,
6 CD changer, leather interior, sunroof, HID
lights, low mileage, call for price,
ph# 552-9889

BBF #930 —. :

2001 FORD WINSTAR,

AM/FM, CD, Tape, DVD player, 6 Cylender,
AC, asking $7,5000, ph# 454-9150



BBF #931
2000 FORD EXPLORER,
AC, Runs good, serviced on time, CD player,

good condition, ph#.432-2083 / 364-5458



2003 ACURA TL
4dr. Type-S, Silver w/ Black Lthr. Interior, 6
Disc Factory CD changer, Sunroof, Alloy
wheels, asking $5,800 O.N.O,
ph#361-0184

BBF #932 :
2000 DODGE NEON,
clean interior, good condition, 4 cylinder, good
on gas, ag $1,800,
ph# 425-0369 / 323-4870
10 days tribune issue 80 009

2001 CADILLAC DEVILLE,
DVD player, HID head lights, sound system,
best 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

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

TRIB #273

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 #275 : :
.2002 CADILLAC ESCALADE
Black exteror with beige interior
$22,000.0 ono
26” star rims, 3rd row seats, custom grill
power everything. 3
Call 361-3597 cell 426-6686

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2002 DODGE NEON
AIC
AM/FM radio with Cd player
0 .

322-7405 .-

RIB #283

2002 MAXIMA SE
5 speed indash DVD player, sunroof, leather.
HID lights $5,800.00
cell 426-8207 or 326-0464s



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RIB #285
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

ee:

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



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1983 INTERNATIONAL
Licensed and insured, ready to work now
$18,000.00
Or two dumptruck for $25,000.00
Cell 466-7698





RIB #352 :
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

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





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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

2002 FORD RANGER - EDGE
White, single cab, grey interior
CD player, A/C $9,000.00

_ Phone 393-5412

RIB #366. - f
, 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



RIB #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

2003 INFINITI G35
Black exterior, full tan leather interior
Asking 13%000.00 ono
Call 341-1265 or 431-5007.

AAA

FOR SALE
1999 BLUE FORD EXPEDITION
$5000 OR BEST OFFER
CONTACT 361-2120








2002 HONDA CIVIC
4 door, 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.
Asking $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 #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
2005 CHEVY COLORADO
4 cylinder $9,500.00
Call 525-6268

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

2006 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO LTZ
Silver exterior, black interior, 2 door, fully
loaded, sunroof, leather seats, dvd player,
excellent condition, low mileage.
$8,5000.N.O_ .
Phone 393-1405,
486-7407 or 557-8273











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

RIB #459

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, power windows, auto
lock, alarm, 6 disc CD changer. Just serviced
@ Nassau Motors. 94,000 miles
: $15,000.00 ono
Cell 455-3175

RIB #464
2004 CHEVY SILVERADO 3500 DIESEL
Dark grey exterior with grey interior
Call 425-5938

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TRIB #467

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2001 HONDA CIVIC |

Purple exterior, tan interior, AC, CDiplayer,
$4000.00 obo

Phone: 324-1901 or 431-9814 or 454-9345

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#471
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

RIB #484
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 appraised for $33,000.0
Tel” 556-1059

#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

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

#604
2001 ISUZU CARGO VAN 16FT
AC, automatic, V8 engine, low mile
Ready for work. :
$8,900.00 ono -
Call 362-6040 or 426-5181

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 0.B.O
(licensed, inspected & insured)

1999 FORD EXPLORER
Low mileage and great condition.
Limited edition Eddie Bauer upholstery.
$8,500. Owner leaving Island
Call 242-556-5602

2
. 2002 DODGE DURANGO
Running, Good Condition, serviced on time,
owner leaving island.
$2,950.00 ONO
376-6121

RIB #636 ;
2006 TOYOTA COROLLA
Champagne ext, grey int. Like new,
p/w, CD/radio, tinted windows, run good,
easy on gas, financing available for
Government, hotel and corporation workers.
Price for quick sale. $8,500.
Phone 558-7723.

TRIB #659

2000 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
White exterior with tab interior
$5,000.00 ono
Very clean. Must see
Call 394-4187 or 565-0944

TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010, PAGE 7

RIB #664
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

2001 CHEVROLET TAHOE
Clover Green Interior, three dvd touch screens,
sound system, sitting on 24",brand new tires,
tan leather seats, good condition, cold a/c and
crystal back lights, $14,000 with everything,
$12,000, without dvd's and sound system.
646-3676,423-3991 393-4066

RIB #672
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.0.
Phone 426-4426 or 455-2026

RIB #673
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, gréat work truck. $9,500 obo
Phone: 426-4426 or 455-2026

2000 BUICK CENTURY
Champagne exterior with grey interior
$4,400.00 ono ;
18”inch rims, runs well, tinted oless
AC well cold, CD player, 4 door, fully loaded.
Call 676-3187 or 423-1729

RIB #683
2002 PONTIAC (SUNFIRE)

New tyres, excellent condition, smooth running
& ice cold Ac. Must see to appreciate.
$3,000.00.00
Call 324-080 4 or 432-3755

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 :

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#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 #686
20002 CHRYSLER CIRRUS
Silver exterior, black leather interior, cold a/c,
licensed to June 2011. Sold as is $1,500 O.B.0
Tel: 425-0002 or 436-5054

1992 NISSAN 300ZX TWIN TURBO
Two seater 5 speed manual transmission (gold)
3" exhaust, JWT pop charger, up graded com-
puter,
brand new complete engine harness
(cas) went bad
$4,000.00 525-6141 or 3222395





1997 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
White exterior, cream colored interior,
2 door coupe, $2,200.00 O.B.O.
Phone: 341-4174 or 455-0223

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

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 andcolda/c. ~*
$6,800.00.
Phone 456-3542 or 426-2089

RIB #691 fe
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

RIB #692 :

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 .

1973 CATTERPILLAR D8H WITH RIPPER
Yellow exterior, yellow interior, dozer,
$40,000.00 obo
Ph: 468-4536 or 431-3016

R!IB #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

CAR FOR SALE
1999 VW BEETLE
Needs valve job or possible used engine.
Loaded, leather interior, CD changer, sunroof,
a/c, p/w, Make offer.
Tel 395-0667

2008 KIA K2700 TRUCK
Blue exteror. $18,000.00
very low miles, Diesel, 2170mi, AC, CD player
manual transmission.
Call 324-3333 or 393-2288

1996 NISSAN SENTRA
Light blue exterior with grey interior, 4 door
$1,000.00 obo sold as is. Drives well Call
392-2084 or 556-5532

RIB #703
1995 BUICK REGAL
White exterior with light brown interior.
Price $1,800.00 ono
In good condition. Power everything.
Runs well, 6 cylinder, leather interior.
Call 302-3930

2001 HONDA ACCORD
Champagne exteior with tan and brown interior
clean in and out, running, great condition,

5 speed shift. $6,500.00 ono
2010 CRYPTON BLUE SCOOTER, $1,500.00
Call 455-6184

99 CHEVY S10 (white)
Excellent Condition
$5,500 or next best offer
242-356-6943/3262156

2000 TOYOTA TOMOCA (RED) ~ i
Excellent Condition
$18,000 or next best offer
242-356-6943/3262156

2003 HONDA ACCORD COUPE
Blue exterior leather black interior DVD player
Must sell $9,500.00 obo or trade
Runs like a dream, 5 speed
Call 426-6295 or 431-4341

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RIB #708 |
2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
Clarette Red, tan leather interior, clean, runs
great
Asking $8,000 ono, Ph 424-7454

RIB #709
1989 DODGE DACOKA WORK TRUCK
Price for quick sale. Orly $1,500.00 ono
6 cylinder, long bed, stick shift.
Call 362-6040

RIB #711
1991 TOYOYA COASTER BUS
White with green and black trim
Great Body. Engine runs but needs crank shaft
repair. Licensed till May 2011,
Inspected till October 2010.
$3,500.00
call 677-4953 or 454-3308

RIB #712
2005 HONDA CIVIC
White exterior with grey interior. $8,500.00
Power windows, power locks, Ac,
Economical, four cylinder,
engine under 25,000 miles/40,000 km
Excellent condition. Just in from Japan
2002 NISSAN GLORIA
$5,000.00
Call 434-3004 or 468-8419

2007 FORD FOCUS
Grey exterior with grey interior 2.3I, 4 cylinder,
very cold AC, tinted, very 41 k miles, recently
serviced, factory radio & alarm
2002 CHEVY BLAZER $5,500.00
black, tinted, very cold.
Both cars fall under class A.
: Cell 457-3100





1999 BMW 318 TI COUPE
Black extetior with black/leather interior,

2 door, Ac; power windows & locks, air bags,
power steering, sunroof, automatic
transmission, CD & DVD player, alarm system.

: $6,500.00
Serious inquiries only
Call 636-4861 or 394-8247

_2006 DODGE RAM
Blue exterior with dark blue interior,

5.7 Hemi, clean in & out, quad flow bed cover,
DVD player, dual flow master exhaust, 22” rims
k&n filter. $18,000.00
Call 458-7808 or 242-367-2558

RIB #719
1999 FORD MUSTANG
Red exterior. $1500.00 ono
Fixer upper.
Call 324-7017 or 455-0924 or 357-5808

pe SESS

Ose ;
2006 HONDA ACCORD
Char. gray ext, char. gray int
Two door, factory deck, clean, cold a/c.
$12,500 ono.
Tel 341-4435, 357-8148. :

RIB #721
2003 HONDA CICIC VTI
$8,500.00
Excelllent condition, leather seats,
tinted windows.
Call 393-1196 cell 424-9050

TRIB #727

723 :
2000 FORD. MUSTANG G.T
White & black exterior with beige leather inte-
rior. $7,500.00 ono.. Very clean, very fast, flow
master, dual exhaust, hedders, sound system,

cold Ac,
Also 650XR TRAIL. $4,500.00
242-426-0376, 556-1751
Ask for philp

RIB #725
1997 HONDA PRELUDE
$5,000.00 or best offer.
Call 242-357-4346

2001 NISSAN ALTIMA
; ey exterior with tan interior, fogs,
sunroof, fully loaded, leather seats, sound sys-
tem, 20” rims(chrome) HID's, clean in and out
Super clean. Nothing like it on the Island..
$5,800.00 ono
Call 392-4535 OR 428-6504

8
1998 TOYOTA AVALON
Blue with tan interior, cold Ac, runs and shifts
perfect, RHD, expat owned, well taken care off
Motivated seller, no reasonable offer refused.
$4,500 ono
2001 DODGE RAM PICK UP
Reg cab, many extras, clean $10,500
376-9126

RIB #730

Aqua- green exterior, light grey leather interior
20”rims, cold Ac, very good condition. Also full
fuel assembly and cluster available for
2000-2003 Maxima.
$7,900.00 ono
Call 325-3707 or 433-4722

TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010, PAGE 9

A
’ FOR SALE BY OWNER
te IS)
2004 JEEP WRANGLER
IN GOOD CONDITION
PRICE: $8,500.00 (O.N.O)
CONTACT BILL WARBURG
Telephone: 242.369.2330 or Vibe 225.2443
bill@ tiamoresorts.com



1993 TOYOTA HILUX
Navy blue exterior with black & grey interior
with sunroof
$5,500.00 As Is.
Call 324-3781 cell 434-3601

1999 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
Gold exterior with black interior.
Must sell! two door, tinted windows, cool AC,
Just $1,500.00 ono Must Sell!
Call 328-3523, 436-3415

WN

2005 FORD- FIVE HUNDRED
LIMITED EDITION
Burgundy exterior, tan leather & cherry oak-
wood interior. Immaculate condition, fully
loaded, six disc changer, sunroof, fog light, ice
cold ac, heated seat, keyless codes entry
$12,900.00 ono. 357-7545,432-6682

: or 552-4331



2000 MERCEDES BENZ CLK 200
Dark blue exterior with black/leather interior ,
drop low with 18” rims and pioneer carrozzeria
touch screen DVD player with hard drive, well
maintained, excellent condition.
Asking $14,000.00 ono
361-4693 or 455-4093, 357-4533





1995 HONDA ACCORD.

RIB #737

Navy blue exterior with grey interior.

Excellent condition in & out. CD player,
power windows. on

$2,500.00
Call 242-455-9094 cell 445-7942.

RIB #738

2005 CHEVY VECTRA :
Navy blue exterior with black leather interior
$14,000.00 ono

call 324-7751

oS SS SSS

1996 HONDA ASCORT
Silver exterior with grey interior
Running well, one owner must see to
appreciate. All offers accepts. $3,000.00
Call 434-3381 or 454-7896




3

Red exterior with tan leather interior, fully .-
loaded, power everything, cool Ac, fold-down
rear seats, on Star, surround.sound, 6 CD
changer, no dents, no nicks.

Asking $11,800.00 obo
Call 392-6471 or 454-3303



RIB #744

2001 FORD EXPEDITION
Green exterior with tan/leather interior
Eddie Baurer. Power locks windows & door,
AC, 6 disc, CD player, tv, factory rins, :
Good running condition.
Asking $7,200.00 onbo
Call 322-8306, 558-6841, 324-8766






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RIB #747
_ 1998 HONDA ACCORD
Silver, power everything, cool a/c. Good condi-
tion. Regular Service with Nassau Motors. Just
serviced in June $1,000 spent.
$3,500 obo- phone 449-6266 or
324-2351

8
2005 NISSAN SENTRA
Champagne exterior with grey interior
$6,800.00
Excellent body and running condition, AC, CD
player, power everything, have to see to
appreciate. Serious inquiries only.
Call 425-4238 cell 395-8219

S

9
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. full tank of
petrol included.
Ph: 376-6063,427-0292

RIB #751 ~
2006 CHEVY MALIBU LT
White exterior with tan interior
Asking $8,500.00 _
Call 328-1821 or 426-2696





WS
RIB #753
: 2003 NISSAN MAXMA
Black exterior with black/leather interior, Ac,

6 disc CD changer, factory rims. Excellent buy.

Price to go. Three thousand, seven hundred.

$3,700.00 ono
Call 324-6435 456-0572 or 636-7339

RIB #755
2008 SUZUKI SWIFT
Black exterior with black interior
$16,000.00
Excellent condition, service current like brand
new. Call 393-4697 cell 455-7077 or
328-3787/8

2010 FORD MUSTANG
Blue exterior with black interior
Brand new and reliable. Owner must sell.
$25,000.00
Cell 423-0636

2005 NISSAN MAXIMA
Candy mix exterior with black leather interior
Cold AC, CD player, 22” chrome rims, sunroof,
fresh paint job, bring your mechanic.
Smokes from mufflers. $8,200.00
also engine heads and sloch 3.5 only $600.00
Call 324-8347 ,636-9200,445-5985

2001 DODGE CARAVAN —

.Green exterior, cold AC,
automatic start, new interior,
CD player.
$7,500.00 or best offer.

Call 326-0087 cell 557-8035

RIB #757
2004 S60 VOLVO
Gold.exterior, Very good condiion, runs great,
Ac, leather interior, cd/cassette players, power
system, sunroof. Asking $14,500.00 obo
Call 448-8775 or 535-8885

RIB #800
1996 PONTIAC GRAND AM
Black exterior with beige interior,
3.1 litre engine, dual exhaut. Power everyting,
AC. Call 325-5060

2005 HONDA CRV
Silver exterior with black/grgy inteior, 4 door
4 cylinder, AC, power windows, fully loaded.
; $20,000.00 Loe
Call 394-4578 or 565-2339 or 393-2088



WSS

WS

1998 SATURN SC2
Red-hot exterior, -like-new.body, A/C, pwr
features, CD player, full-sized spare tire.
Great condition at $3,000.
Call 448-4904.

2005 HONDA ACCORD
Dark grey exterior with grey & black interior
$10,000.00 obo
Low mileage, minor scratches, Less than one
year old.
Call 677-4495 cell 425-4198 or 305-424-1329

RIB #805 ;
( 1997 HONDA LOGO

Blue exterior, grey interior $5,000.00
expat moving, compact car bought for

BH $7,500.00

in February 2009
Serviced regularly reliable, clean and tidy.
Cell 376-4648

9
2005 CHEVY EQUINOX
GreY exterior with silver interior
: $13,500.00 obo
22inch rims, sunroof, touch screen DVD player,
Under 40 thousand miles, fully loaded leather
Cell 525-9790 ceil 467-9440



1999 MAZDA 626
Green exterior with tan interior,
4 door standard shift -
$3,500.00
NISSAN SENTRA,
2 door standard shift Must see to appreciate.
Call 341-3056 or 448-2407 or 429-2537
or 341-2433 ~

2008 CLUB CAR 4 PASSENGER GOLF
zs 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.



\

2000 MITSUBISHI LANCER
‘$4,300.00 ono
CD, alarm, ac, right hand drive.
Call 356-4315 cell 424-4791



SipSmaeeoS





RIB #901

1996 NISSAN PRIMERA
Silver exterior .$3,200.00 ono
AC, right hand drive
Call 356-4315 cell 424-4791

1998 ISUZU HOMBRE
Tan exterior.
$2,000.00 ono
Call 356-4315 cell 424-4791

RIB #904
1996 CHEVY LUMINA
$3,800.00.
Good condition.
One owner- dealer serviced
Cal 325-7313 or 323-4952

BBF #880 _
1997 HONDA ACCORD, .

2-door, red, asking $1,700 price negotiable,
ph# 361-3912 / 242-471-1977 / 465-0114

1999 NISSAN SKYLINE
Silver exterior with grey interior
6500.00
(six thousand five hundred) Spot car, fully
loaded. Call 544-7385

2003 MITSUBISHI MONTERO
Dark blue exterior
$7,300.00,

CD, left hand drive.

Call 356-4315 cell 424-4791

IBBF #878
1994 HONDA ASCOT,
CD player, asking $2,500 ONO,
ph# 434-9466 / 225-4119

2001 NISSAN ALTIMA
Blue exterior with grey interior, leather
seats, factory rims, sunroof, good /gas,
excellent condition.
Asking $5,700.00 ono
467-4446,426-8468,326-4037

2002 DODGE CARAVAN
Gold exterior tan interior ,leather seats,
Ac, power everything. $6,800.00
467-4446 ,326-4037

2009 HONDA ACCORD
Grey exterior with leather interior, 4 door.
Fully loaded.
$26,000.00
Call 361-4546



1996 HONDA LEGEND
Black exterior with black interior, 4 door sedan
$4,200.00 as is
Good condition, AC, power steering
CD changer.
cell 6552-3221

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

2003 HONDA ACCORD
COUPE,

Red exterior, A/C, Sunroof,
4 Cylinder, EXCEL- |
LENT condition, 6 disc CD
Changer,
asking $9,500 ONO

ph# 455-2475

TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010, PAGE 11

RIB #914 :
2003 TRAIL BLAZER
Asking $7,500.00 ono. 20” rims, clean in and
out. One owner, AC piping. Must see to
appreciate. Also .
2004 HONDA ACCORD
White, leather, sunroof & alarm
Asking $10,000.00 ono
(d)326-1887, 364-4454(n) 454-4172,428-3713

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

. 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 tribune issue 79 100

2000 MAXIMA :

Gold exterior tan interior. Very clean, Ac, sound
system, very low mileage. Must see
$6,000.00 ono
Call 429-4180 or 242-646-4395

1999 ISUZI NPR DIESEL BOX
TRUCK
AUTO WITH REEFER COOLER
AND LIFT
TAIL GATE LIENCE READY TO
WORK
asking $16,500,00 ONO, ALSO
1995 ISUZI
NPR BOX TRUCK asking
$10,000,
TEL 397-1464 OR
CELL 457-2298.
1 month tribune issue 79 083





FOR sae OWNER
AS IS)

1993 - 22FT GLACIER BAY CATAMARAN
PRICE:8,900.00 No)
FEATURES:

2 EVINRUDE 90HP E-TEC OUTBOARD
ENGINES
CONTACT BILL:

Email: bill@tiamoresorts.com
Telephone: 242.369.2330 or VIBE phone:

: 225.2443

Twin Engine
Control Box -
$400
Yamaha Key
Switch - $100
Mercury Mirage
ss Propeller -
17P - $400
(fits Yamaha)

Tal azn zarn
1c. Of O-400U

RIB #710 : ;
1974 36FT SPORT FISHERMAN BOAT
Yellow and white, 2-3208 caterpiller 1-8.8 onon
generator, 100 gal water maker, AC, New fly
fridge, VHF, GPS out riggers, new fuel tanks
in great shape. Bait box and fishing chair.

$60,000.00 ~
call 336-2353 cell 357-0390

‘IBBF #898

1997 Mazda RX-7,
automatic start, asking $6,000,
willing to trade,
ph# 425-7663 / 392-5935

FULY EQUIPPED FIBREGLASS FISHING
VESSEL 1990.

55 ft long, ac, two staterooms-4 crews bunks,
power-one 8v71 GM single screw-iwo ruddeis
one k4-32.0 kw generator set. Refrigerated

» 35,000Ibs capacity and more.
Serious inquiries call 352-8805.
$225,000 (neg)

1990 17 BOSTON WALER
MONTARK
White on white, 90hp
mercury engine
(low hours) trailer included,
willing to sell boat
hull only.
$6800.00 ono

. WK

MG

{ Cell 422-9343 or 456-5165

31 FOOT CENTER CONSOLE MONZA BOAT].

FOR SALE,
Twin 225 engine out riggers. ready for fishing

Mat 907_NaoOF ~~ areas
vall Qe/-UION VI VUl~oUN0F

25FT SEAFOX,

excellent condition, rewired, June 2010, 225.4
' Stroke engine, fresh water wash, salt water
wash, live well, New lights, Porta Potty,Garmin,
GPS, .ph# 422-3150

tribune issue 79 112

RIB #466
A 1963 37 FT EGG HARBOR
(Real size 40ft) boat builders (North Carolina)
2 twin detroit diesel engines, 8.2 liters,
ear 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

N SSS
RIB #390 :
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, Greai Boai Greai Deai

. Asking 16.800,00
Call: 302-6366 or 376-1914

|.
~~

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:

THE TRIBUNE

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

TRIB #356

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.

‘28FT CENTER CONSOLE,
2 x 225 HP Mercury Optimax, 200
+ Gallon fuel, 45 Gallon live well,
\j Massive fish boxes, ph# 424-8240
/ 5
393-4498 ask for Nick

2005 16’ SPORT BOAT
green. ($4,000.00)

Fearly new

Call 327-8271 or 465-4287 or 357-4214

B #438 ,
“TURN KEY READY TO FLY"
A cessna plane (172) p-model
In annual
Price @ $38,000.00
Contact: 465-7618





RIB #491
FOR SALE- BRAND NEW

Mens 26’ 18 speed mountain bike grey & blue
$230

Hp mini laptop w/web cam $375
Hp desktop w/18.5”" Lcd monitor $615

pioneer car Cd player Deh1200mp w/remote

$15
Call 525-6223

. 20" RIMS
1650.00 O.B.O
3260332, 4220122 _






2005 HONDA CBR 1000RR
Candy red customized paint, chromed,
excellent conditon, well maintainted, garage
kept, too many extras to mention.
Must see to appreciate.
$5,500.00 ono
Call 465-9101 cell 376-4357 or 393-1850

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

305-45-22
265/35/22

Low profile tires for sale, NanKang, Kuhmo, 285-50-20



Falken, Nexxen, Spectre,
5

215-35-18
225-40-18
225-35-20
235-30-22

Soundproof Portable
Diesel Generator Set,
Rated for 125Kw Stand By OR
113 Kw Prime.





Neg.
Call 427-9531 or 324-4937.

RIB #877E
MARSHALLTOWN TOOLS
MASONRY, CONRETE, DRYWALL TOOLS
HOT SUMMER SALE
35% OFF TO END OF JULY



225-40-19
205-40-17
215-40-17
215-45-17
225-45-17
265-35-22
305-35-24
HID Lights $180

Call: 434-4054 or 323-4365

RHEEM HOT WATER
For solor water heater 80 us gal $250.00
120 us gal. $300.00
New, not used. Call 242-376-2600

ORR,

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.



TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010, PAGE 13

BBF #887
CRUISERS $200,
20” female bikes $135, 12” bikes $85,
Also Sale on bicycle tires 20” $8, 24” $9,
26” $10

ph# 552-3497 / 448-0012 / 361-7382



Best deal in town. $2,200.00 ono
Cell 558-6614 or 466-4010



BBF #812
Specials

215-35-18
225-40-18

TRIB #274-B
2003 HONDA ACCORD BACKTRUNK
600

$
Call — 326-0332 or 422-0122.




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
242-300-1213.







Low profile Tyres. Summer

Window Tinting Specials









RIB #351
KAWASKI KLR 650
$5800.00 ono
just in new custom gloss black paint, new chain
tires handlebar and levers, corbin seat ,Steel
braided brake lines oversize front brake rotor 2
12v charge sockets and much more. $5800 ono
ph 376 9126

RIB #805 ;
2003 KAWASAKI 636 NINJA
Project bike wrecked 636 ninja engine
Still good. Ideal if you are looking for a
bike to build. $500.00
Call 426-6455











305-45-22 $265
265/35/22 $275
285-50-20 $200
225-40-19 $210
$130 205-40-17 $95.
$130 215-40-17 $110
$180 215-45-17 $110
$235 225-45-17 $115
$180 265-35-22 $275.
$180 305-35-24 $310
ae HID Lights $180
$305 Call: 356-2109




$200







TRIB #274-C ‘
2002 ACCORD 2 DOOR
LF WINDOW MOTOR -
and regulator- $200
Call — 326-0332 or 422-0122.

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.





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HP MINI Laptop: 1GB RAM.
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.1 month TRIBUNE ISSUE: 78 023

BBF #800
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THE TRIBUNE

BBF #805
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599.99

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XBOX 360
2 Games
~ $299.99

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XBOX 360 CONSOLE, WIRELESS CON-
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call
341-1650 or 535-6777

FOR SALE- BRAND
NEW
Motorola EM301
w/camera, MP3, blue-
tooth & radio $160
LG cookie
touchscreen $170
Blackberry curve
8520 w/WiFi $380
Nokia E63 w/WiFi
$285

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364-9001 or 558-3267

BBF #882
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
10 days tribune issue 79 096 .

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Also Sonic 360
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or
636-3916

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Call: 328-1801
or
436-0986

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SIM

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Dual camera bluetooth
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phone.
Priced... $299.00
Tel: 341-0460

or
552-9793

IPHONE CLONE,
Dual Sim, WIFI, FM
Radio, TV, Comes
with: Cellphone,
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or
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etooth Brand new only...

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HID KITS FOR aa! VEHICLE OR BIKES
130

also ballast and bulbs replacement
contact # 433-5290 or 448-2926

RIB #317 :
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door speakers for sale. $45.00
Pioneer DEH/1200MP MP3/ready-$150.00
Pioneer DEH/2250 USB/Ipod Mp3 ready
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IPHONE
Mini Iphone.... $140
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Nano with
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and characters. Purchase movies,
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PlayStation Network
Cards:
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Packs, demos, and
more. $10 card for $15.
$20 card for $25.

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HUGH CLEARENCE SALE
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Call 432-2428

CASIO G-SHOCK
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We have white, black, blue red, yellow.
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$350, 000 Negotiable,
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3 bedroom, 2 bath, alarms, water system,
2 car garage, 2nd storey possibility.
No Agents / Brokers,
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RIB #370
CENTRAL AIR CARRIER CONDENSERS
2ton(household and 4ton
(3 Phase Commercial)
Both -$800
Call 434-3965

NEW FRIGIDAIRE |

9 Cu Ft Chest
Freezer
Only $450.00
Call 362-6040

RIB #746 :
PURE BREED ROTTY PUPPIES FOR SALE
6 female left @ $600.00 each
2 male left @ $500.00ea
Call 392-1107 cell 556-2021 or 302-3948

COCATIELS FOR
SALE
Pet stores $80.00
and up. Your price
$60.00
and down.
Call 364-7897

DINING ROOM SET SEATS 6,
front room set sofa, love seat, 3
tables,

Make an offer,
owner leaving town,
phit 677-4965 / 677-4951 /
435-4517 1

FOR SALE
Sikkens.Lesonal & Wanda Paint System with
Paint Supplies. Make an offer,
ph#6774965 / 6775390 / 6763124

NEW FRIGIDAIRE
SIDE BY SIDE
Only $799.99

Call 362-6040

RIB #754
SHIT-TZU PUPPIES FOR SALE
2 puppies left, 12 weeks old and had shots.
$550.00
Call 466-4713 Ken
364-2557 evenings

BBF #889
RED NOSE PIT BULLS FOR SALE,
Female for $400, Male for $350,
phi# 393-7646 / 525-7611

TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010, PAGE 21

BBF #936
3 PIECE LIVING ROOM SET,
sofa, love seat, and arm chair, only $500,
ph# 356-1643 / 427-9961 /
324-5552

NEW GAS STACK
WASHER DRYER
Only $950.00

Call 362-6040

RIB #724 -
06-07 Honda Accord 2door Foglights
$175.00
03-05 Honda Accord 4door Foglights
$150.00
ALL ITEMS ARE BRAND NEW AND COMES
WITH ALL ASSEMBLY PARTS
CONTACT: 448-9643

PUPPIES FOR SALE
Scottish, Chihuahua
Male, Female available, very tiny
1 Female Bichon Frise.
Call 361-3104 or 436-7128

BICHON PUPPIES FOR SALE
ist shot .$450.00. Call 364-2710 evening or
557-1336 cell or 424-8465

TENT FOR SALE

40’ x 60’ Canvas Tent

(Need minor repairs)
Three years old (must sell) $5;000.00 obo
Great for Chruch activities- large meetings

community events, etc. :
Can seat over 300 comfortably.
Telephone
242-365-0065, 242-365-0007, 242-475-3226

BBF #815
RESTAURANT APPLIANCES FOR SALE, -
rotisserie chicken machine, up to 20 chickens,
deep fryer, slushy machine, and more,
call: 456-7253

“BLUE LOW RIDER PIT BULL PUPPIES
FOR SALE.

Bloodlines include Neil's Bully,
Vesco's Dozer and Frank's Chief. Puppies are
9 weeks old with prices
starting from $400.

Call 324-5607, 428-2374 or 326-3100 ext. 5"

PURE BREED,
Red nose pitbull for sale de-wormed and first
shot. Bully blood line. $500.00
Call 324-9597/544-6798. Serious inquiries only

PITTBULL PUPPIES FOR SALE
$400.00
Call 394-4175 or 449-9806





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EXCLUSIVES

ELEUTHERA! A short walk to
Surfer's Beach, this 9,600SF
lot is located between the
ridges which gives it good pro-
tection and has potential for
ocean views from a second
floor residence. Perfect spot for
beach enthusiasts looking for
peace & tranquility. Web Ref:
564368 Price: $17,000
ROLLING HILLS! In a quiet,
gated community, this 3bd/2bt
home has lots of extras includ-
ing large breakfast bar, sepa-
rate laundry room, lots of stor-
age, walk-in closet, carport &
more. Web Ref: 564686.
Price: $299,500 =
PARADISE ISLAND! Just
steps to the beach, this private
and peaceful 2bd/2bt villa-style
home is a rare find! Immacu-
lately kept villa features
open-beamed_ timbered _ ceil-
ings, large enclosed courtyard
& fully air-conditioned. Web
Ref: 564612. Price: $349,000
WEST PLACE CLOSE! Situ-
ated at a cul-de-sac and con-
taining 13,703 SF this residen-
tial lot in upscale community
with foundation laid & fully ap-
proved plans is a great find!
Web Ref: 564636. Price:
$350,000

MCKINNEY AVE! Well con-
structed four-plex in great loca-
tion! Two apartments have
2bd/1bt and two apartments
have 1bd/1bt. Fully rented and
offers an excellent income op-





portunity! Web Ref: 564680.
Price: $395,000
GARDEN HILLS! Immaculate.

3bd/2bt home with tons of up-
grades; granite kitchen counter
tops, base & crown moulding,
separate shower stall in master
bath, Jacuzzi tub, 15KW gen-
erator & electric gate to name a
few. Web Ref: 564693. Price:

$420,000
SKYLINE DR! Lushly land-
scaped property features

5bd/4.5bt home, Italian marble
tile floors, French doors, fire-
place, 2 guest cottages, heated
pool, gazebo & hurricane shut-
ters are just a few features.
ST ooh Ref: 563053. Price:
West BAY STI If island living
with all the modern ‘conven-
iences and great location close
to all amenities: and entertain-
ment is what you're leoking for,
this is the home for you! Over-
looking a_ beautiful mile-long
beach this special property has
all you expect & more. Call for
viewing! Web (Ref: 563767.
Price: US$2.995M :

FOR SALE
FREEPORT! 2bd/2.5bt_ town-
house in gated community with
swimming pool,’ sunning deck
& lovely canal views. A fantas-
tic buy! Web ‘Ref: 564703.
Price: $139,500

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs

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BAHAMAS
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YAMACRAW SHORES! Newly
constructed 2bd/2.5bt town-
house feature 18" ceramic tiles
on the ground floor, hardwood
flooring on the second floor,
central a/c, solid oak and ma-
ple kitchen cabinets and much
more. Web Ref: 564427 Price:
$255,000
TREASURE COVE! Hard to
find 3bd/2.5bt home in family
oriented community has tons of
features. Granite counter tops,
Ss appliances, travertine
floors, tons af space, pool,
deck & more! Web _ Ref:
564728. Price: $519,000
DELAPORTE. POINT! Just
steps away from the ocean this
3bd/3.5bt condo is a_ special
find. Lovely waterfront views,
bamboo wood flooring, new
windows, recessed lights, mod-
ern kitchen with corian count-

ers, ss appliances & more!
Web Ref: 564599 Price:
$595,000

PARADISE IS! = Immaculate

3bd/3.5bt condo at gated com-
munity surrounded by acres of
lush tropical foliage and breath-
taking harbour views. Tray ceil-
ings, porcelain tiled floors, Ba-
hama shutters, walk-in closets,
private patio and comfortably
furnished. Web Ref: 564487
Price: $990,000

FOR RENT
SEA BEACH ESTATES!
Clean and comfortable 1bd/1bt
apartment all in a neat pack-

age. On-site laund tiled
throughout, central c & all
utilities except phone! Web
Ref: 564640. Price: $1,000
p/m n

SANDYPORT! Canal front
2bd/2.5bt townhouse with



dock, central air & more lo-
cated in much desired, exclu-
sive gated community with
24-hr security, tennis courts,
pools & a beach. Web Ref:
564651. Price: $2,250 p/m
COLUMBUS COVE! Quality
workmanship, luxury features &
prime beachfront location, this
designer condo overlooks the
pool & has spectacular ocean
views. 3bd/2bt — a must see!
Web. Ref: 564702. Price:
$3,600 p/m

THE GROVE! Immaculate
3bd/2.5bt furnished townhouse
located in gated community.








Lots of eco-friendly features,
living

overly spacious room,
formal dining room flows onto a
wrap-around deck & gazebo.








Electrical shutters on
windows/doors, central air &
2-car rage. Web _ Ref:
564708. $a, 150 p/m

SANDYPORT! Experience a
peaceful & serene Bahamian
lifestyle at this exquisite
3bd+/3bt home with private
beach/dock & spectacular
views. Richly detailed living
can be yours today! Web Ref:
564594. Price: $4,200 p/m

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs



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KINGS REALTY
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 swimmin 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, granite countertops,
honey oak cabinets, stainless

steel appliances, hurricane im-
pact windows, well water sys-
tem, storage shed and land-
scaped ard this home is a
steal at $210k
SHIRLEY STREEET COM-
MERCIAL BUILDING
Looking fof 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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KINGS REALTY
Venice Bay Lot

14,910 sq. ft. residential lot
with access to ocean views.

A
steal at $130k
SAL

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SEAWELL MANOR SUB:
This Single family 3 bed, 2.5
bath home, is in a quite neigh-
borhood. This 2463’ sq. ft.
home is immaculately main-
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 tiled 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,

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-
mMercial/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-
tity 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:
BAHAMAS@KINGSRE
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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

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

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

LOTS:
approxi-
Starting

- JACK ISAACS
' REAL ESTATE
' CALL: 322-1069

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FOR SALE
MULTI-FAMILY LOT
10,566sq. ft.
Westridge Estates North -
paved road, underground
Ideal for 4 condos.

$159,000.00
Bank Financing available.
Telephone 325-1325,

US





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
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 Sireet: 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: 2 Bed, 2
Bath. Furn, pool, bch, gated.
$2,200: p/m

Cable Beach: 2Bed, 2Bath.
Gated, Furn. a/c, near beach
$2,300 p/m :

Cable Beach: 2 Bed, 2 Bath
Oceanfront Gated, fully furn a/c
$2,500 p/m
Faith Ave: Café Bldg with
male/female bath, sitting area
and kitchen $2, 500 p/m

Grove (west): '5 Bed, 3.5 Bath
House with large yard $2,500
p/m

Tianna's Crescent: 3 Bed, 3.5
Bath Brand; semi-furn Town-
house $2,500 p/m

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

BEZISS

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' LOT SALE
LOT IN TREASURE COVE
on the waterfront.
Ideal for boaters, beachlovers.
Has 24-hous security patrol in
a desirable, gated community.
Tel 364-4075.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
on Carmichael Road,
100x200, $250,000 Net.
Call Larry, 544-3714.

HOUSE FOR SALE
Brand new 3 bed, 2.5 bath,
Yuma Estate west.
Tel: 422-5662 /364-0442

LOTS FOR SALE
Off St Vincent Road.
Call 356-5978, or 376-7553.



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3-BED, 2 BATH HOUSES
STARTING FROM $110,000
PH: 394-2002. FAX: 394-6100

4-PLEX PROPERTIES
NEAR SEA
50x139 $90,000

50x143 $92,000

50x147 $97,000

50x150 $99,000 -

Ph. 359-1439- Pearce
424-0675- Cartwright

ABACO LAND

OPPORTUNITY
MORES. _ ISLAND: . Residential
and Commercial Sites
Lowest Price Lots in Abaco
Short walk from government
paved airstrip. Insurable tile,
immediate availability
Government Electricity,
telephone service
On Bahamas Government Fu-
ture Development Path.

Tel V_ Coakley, 455-5329 (D),
-465-4889 evenings
Abaco Ocean Club.



water,

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.



GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.
Cable Beach Lot for Sale.

Oceanfront lot 80 X 90. Ready
for house to be built.
$310,000.00 Great
access to pool & beach.
Ask for R.E. Barnes 327 0806 _

location,

FORSALE.
12 -unit Apartment Complex
2 buildings 6 unit in each.
6 Units already renovated
Great Harbour Cay, Berry is-
lands
Phone:1(242)367-8273/GHC,
225-2193/327-4192/Nassau. _
“APT LOT FOR’SALE
Ph:434-5331
50 x 130
Cowpen $85,000 O.B.O
All. utilities in
Ask 4 Hanna



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

Ocean 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
Emall:
venicebay @coralwave.com
or our website
venicebaybahamas.com

WINTON HEIGHTS LOT

with hill-top view situated on
1/2 acre lot size 120x179.
Sold with approved plans fora
6bed/5bath, 3 storey house.
Construction ‘completed to roof.
Asking $650.000 Net.
Appraised for $762,000.
Serious inquiries only.
No agents!
Must see-to appreciate.
Phone 477-4741.

FOR SALE
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CORAL HARBOUR
2.3 ACRES

OWNER WILL FINANCE
PHONE: 362-1820



GREAT LOCATION!!!
2-bed, 2.5-bath. Gated condo
Seaview Drive, The Grove
West. Serious inquires and/or
bank pre-approved only.
Asking $249,000 Net, obo.
362-2240 after 6pm, or
467-3063.

HOUSE FOR SALE
83bed 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.

MULTI-FAMILY PROPERTY

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Located St. Vincent Road
West. 8051 24 ft
‘$85,000 O.B.O
Phone: 327-8276,429-4680,
395-8733

MULTI-FAMILY/ LOT,
169 feet X 90 feet or
15,169 sq.ft. (size of two lots)
build 6 -.12 apartments.
Lumumba Lane
(by Sea Breeze)

Call 677-5385, 324-6135 or
426-2117

FOR SALE
BY OWNER
Single Family
100 x 60
Westwinds Subdivision
$115,000.00
Phone: 424-0035



Limited

ARE YOU READY to
Buy or Sell Real Estate,

or

need an Appraisal.

Call m Cleare first at
Tel 364-4075.

FOR SALE
3-BEDROOM, 2.5-BATH
Townhouse,

Sea Beach Estate central-air.
Ph: 225-2193, 451-0308 cell.

FOR SALE
Property For Sale
Out West. Interested.
Contact: 327-6214

FOR SALE
WESTRIDGE: 1.0148 Acre Lot,
$330K Net. Serious enquiries
only. Call 457-4185 to view.

APARTMENT FOR SALE

2-bed, 1-bath, $250;000
Good commercial potential ; e-
$8,000 back at closing. +
394-8568. e

BAHAMAS

TROPICAL
REALTY.

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.

* Kilarney Shores Near to
South Westridge Approxi-
mately 10,000 PSP feet residen-
tial lots starting @ $132,000.

Wayne Wells
Bahamas Tropical Realty
(242) 327-1102

URGENTLY

Vacant Land
Houses, Duplexes/3-plexes
Apartments

Commercial Properties
We buy and Sell

Please cal Ludec
393-1183 or 557-3225

anytime.



FOR SALE
3-bed, 2-bath house with
1-bed apartment attached.
Cockburn St, off Bernard Road.
Good investment opportunity.
Reduced price, $160,000 net
3,000 Rebate
Ph: 357-7922

PROPERTY FOR SALE
CALF ESTATES
On Vinspen Road, off Cowpen
Road. Great deal! All utilities in
Just $75,000 for about
5,800sq.ft-
Call 324-1413, or 456-0001.

QUICK SALE
PROPERTY
COLLAGE GARDENS
By owner $68,000
lf closed in 30 days, $60,000
Tel:395-27 114/324-5904.

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.

HIGHBURY PARK:
House For Sale by Owner
2 bed, 1 bath & bedroom apt/
efficiency
Asking $199,900
225-1832, 544-1955, 425-1999

KEMP ROAD
PROPERTY FOR SALE
w/2 2-bedroom houses.
Contact Tasha@
322-3301 ext 41 01/429-9913.
Price*$1 00,000.



OWNER SELLING
PROPERTY
Joans Heights Subdivision
50x100
Asking $60,000 O.N.O
Tel:324-8849

FOR. SALE

Gated Single Family Lots
Located South West Ridge
Size:60x130, $105,000 Net.

Call 376-9590, 434-3549



(2) 1 BEDROOM APT, water

included. DOmingo Heights.
Tel: 392-3277, 552-6048 or
558- 7850

1 BED, 1 BATH; aSWiy reno-
vated ” semi-furnished apart-
ment for rent in quiet eastern
area neighborhood; Security
bars, water included. Near ma-
jor schools and stores. $800
p/m, first and last months’ rent
& security deposit of $500.
Must see to appreciate. Ph:
427-3156.

1 BEDROOM, all utiltiies light,
water, enclosed yard, $650 per
month, 1st, last and $300
security deposit,

* _C..W Saunders Highway.
Tel:394-5275 after 4 o'clock,
° 544-0491.

1-BED, 1-BATH APT for rent,
South Beach, Summer Haven,
$600/pm, $300 sec dep. Call
427- Sot (2eq -6061.

3-BED, 2-BATH HOUSE in
Eastern area. Partly furnished.
Security bars and alarm. Good

neighbourhood. $1,500. Tel
456-7353.

2-BED, 2.5-BATH Townhouse.
Pristine beach near Love
Beach. Fully furnished.

$2,200/pm. 423-8246.



2-BED, 1-BATH, fully furnished
apartment, Prince Charles
Drive, immaculate condition,
washer, dryer and water in-
cluded. $875.00 per month, se-
curity deposit $875.00. Tel
324-0627.



2-BED, 2-BATH APT,
all utilities included, quiet area,
fridge, stove, washer/dryer,

$1,150/pm.
557-9975, 323-7302,
322-2960.
2-BED, 2-BATH APT in West-
ern area. Includes: _ fridge,
stove, washer, dryer, cC/air,
c/fans, bars, alarm sys.
$1,200/mth. Call 424-0577.
2-BED, 2.5-BATH, . semi-fur-

nished condo. Located Lee-
ward East. First, last and sec
dep. Call 364-8664, 436-0028.

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT.
Water, cable, gas, internet,
bars, a/c. $700/mthly.
Ph: 324-6435/636-7339
: Eastern Area

2-BEDROOM APT __semi-fur-
nished, water & light included
cable also available. $800/pm.
Golden. Gates #1, Forbes
Close. Call 322-9368/434-321 1

2-BEDROOM APT, kitchen,
living room, 1-bath for rent.
Tel 359-3712, 394-6487,
Mrs Brown

2-BEDROOM Sea Breeze, un-
furnished.
2 bedroom apt, Market Street.
557-8069.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT
Lumumba Road; off Fox Hill.
Fridge, stove, central A/C.
Call 425-1606

~~ 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH

- Fully furnished, alc, Stapledon.

Gardens. Phone 325-1801.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, $700.
First, last, security.
1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, $600.

First, last, security Marathon
Estates. Ph: 9393-7900 or
394-2122

1 BEDROOM 1 BATH un-furn.
townhouse apt Twynam near
beach, cozy and quiet, $600
single person only no
kids/pets.

Tel 467. 4556/364-9034, email
sanford5 @ hotmail.com

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, water
included, $700/mth, first, last,
$350 sec. McKinney Drive, off
Carmichael

1-bed, 1-bath, water included,
$550/mth first_and last Farring-
ton Rd. 323-2378, 457-3864.

2-BEDROOMS, 1-BATH APT,
off Gladstone Road.
Security system, fridge, stove,
ceiling fans, water, included.
Call 325-5228 after 5: 30pm.
Must seel!!

VERY CHEAP OFFICE
SPACE FOR RENT
Call 676-6735 ask for Rose

1-BEDROOM, §semi-furnished,
all utilities included, $700/pm.
Quiet area in East. 2 persons
max. Tel 565-3753.





THE TRIBUNE

2BED/2BATH VILLA - PI pri-
vate pool, double enclosed ga-
rage, generator, central and
individual a/c units; security
alarm and bars; roll down hurri-
cane shutters; additional water
holding . tank. $3,000 per
month. Call 457-4185 to view.
Serious inquiries only.

3 2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
for rent located off Joe Farring-
ton Road. ‘Water include, ask-
ing $700 per month.

3. 1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
for rent located off Joe Farring-
ton Road. Water included, ask-
ing $600 per month.

1 3-BEDROOM HOUSE with
2.5-bath, kitchen, dining room,
front room & TV room. Water
included. Asking’ $800 _ per

month.
Contact 552-0480
for more information.

3-BED, 2-BATH HOUSE
Pride Estates,

$1,000 p/m, 1st, last & sec.

* Phone 392-1 0786, 324-0773.

A FULLY FURNISHED one
bedroom efficiency for rent. All
utilities included, $200.00 per
week. Call:341+2579.

APARTMENT FOR RENT
2-bed, 2.5-bath
Appliances *Dual A/C
Generator °Electric gates
Water incidued.
$1,300/month deposit required.
Contat 424-5683.

APARTMENT FOR RENT
Oakesfield, Crawford St.
$650.00 per month: ~
Tel: 552-5541, or 428-3210.

APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Semi-furnished, two bed, one
bath, off Carmichael Road.
436-7838, or 362-0605.

APT FQR RENT $700
2-bed, 1-bath, semi-furnished,
central-air Faith Ave,
557-0170

airy, one BeGhetiy
apartment in Palmdale.
Secure, upstairs location.
New everything!

Fully furnished .

Water incldued.

$750 per month.
Phone:422-3534/325-3177



BARBER AND NAIL TECH
BOOTHS FOR RENT
$100 per week.

_ Call 464-1647. .

BARBER BOOTH FOR RENT
$100/wk 2-5 years experience
needed. Farrington Road. Des-
tiny Plaza

Tel 323-0664, 427-5378.

2-BEDROOM, 7-BATH, fully
furnished apt with sec_ bas,
alarm, a/c in: Carmichael Pines.
$725 per month & /4300 sec
dep. Ph 341-0637, or
422- 2267.

SEMI-FURNISHED, one bed-
room apartment. Fox Hill, $600
per month, first and last_ with
$200 deposit. Phone: 364-0014



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The Tribune



BOATSWAIN HILL, Carmi-
chael Road West, furnished ef-
ficiency, w/bars, light, water &
cable included, $650 _ per
month, first, last plus $300 sec

BOATSWAIN HILL, furnished,
two bed, 1.5 bath, w/b, light,
water & cable included. $800
per month, first, last plus $400

sec. *
Phone’328-1150, 565-8018.

BRAND NEW! 1-bed, 1-bath,
furnished apt. All utilities in-
cluded. Yamacraw_ Shores,
$1000/mth. Phone 364-6489.

BRAND NEW!!
Two, one-bedroom apts.
Includes water, cable & a/c.
Phone: 426-7004 or 467-7377

BRAND NEW, spacious 1-bed
apt, $650/pm, $550 dep, Lu-
mumba Lane East. b/bars, a/c,
c/fans; walk-in closet. Quiet
neighbourhood. .Water & cook-
ing gas, included. No pets, 1
child max. 424-4226.

CABLE BEACH
ONE-BEDROOM APT,
FULLY FURNISHED,
ALL UTILITIES
INCLUDED:

WASHER/DRYER, A/C,
TEL, CATV, INTERNET.
$1200/MTH, $300/SD.
TEL:327-2184



CABLE BEACH,
3-BED, 3 1/2- BATH,
TOWN HOUSE, A/C,

FULLY FURNISHED, POOL,
ELEC GATES, EXECUTIVE
QUALITY, CLOSE TO BEACH,
SHOPPING, BUS.
SEVERAL AVAI.
$2,200 TO $2,500.
327-2694, 557-8980.

CABLE BEACH, secure, fur-
nished, 2-bed apt by Sandals.
$1,300/pm.

Tel 535-1118.

COLONY VILLAGE,
unfurnished 2-bed, 1 bath apt,
$750 p/m.
1furnished,2-bed,2-bath apt,
$950 p/m. Includes s/bars,
s/lights,wall a/c,c/fans,laundry
facilities,water,1st & last rent +
security, year lease.Phone:
429-4725, 359-7039, 357-8042

COWPEN ROAD WEST:
2-bed, 1-bath apt, $600/mth,
first, last $300 sec dep. Water,
cable, a/c included. Phone
376-6083.

DELAPORTE Beautiful
apartment 6th floor, panoramic
sea views. Furnished
2-bed, 2-bath, security, pools,
on the ocean
$2,500 per month. 424-1738.

DELAPORTE BEAUTIFUL
APARTMENT
Sixth floor, paroramic sea
views. Furnished 2-bed,
2-bath, security, pools, on the
ocean, $2,500 per month.
424-1738

EFFICIENCY: Windsor Place,
of soldier Rd, $625 a month,
first, last and security deposit.
Tel:393-0025.

FOR RENT.

EFFICIENCY APT
very small SANS SOUCI
$500/month
Semi/furnished, utilities
included Internet,

1 person only. 448-9788

EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
quiet Neighborhood
Eastern Estates
$500/month 1st/last/security
Semi/furnished
light/water/Internet, single
person only. 449-8622

EFFICIENCY FOR’ RENT:
Sunset Park, Carmichael. Fully
furnished, all utilities included.
No children. 4550/pm, first, last
7 security. $300.

APARTMENT: Rocky Pine, off
McKinney Drive, Carmichael. 2
bedrooms, 1 bath, refrigerator,
central air, water included.
$780/pm, security $500.

No children. Call. after 6pm,
361-7658. Available August 31,
2010.

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

FAITH GARDENS: 2-bedroom
1-bath, alarm system, burglar
bars, a/c bedroom, ceiling
fans,fridge and stove, blinds,
water included $800 per month
$600 security depasit. Phone

455-2475

FIRE TRAIL ROAD spacious
2-br, kitchen, dining, living,
laundry room a/c, water in-
cluded. $750/pm & $400 dep.
Tel 392-4228, 456-9618,
424-4867.

FOR RENT/SALE SPACIOUS
2 bed, 1 bath split level Condo.
Sans Souci
426-9765/361-5043

FOX HILL near Carla’s Pizza,
unfurnished 2-bedroom apt,
$650/mth, first, last and $500
sec dep. - Water included.
Phone 364-391 2/324-3296.

FULLY FURNISHED
1-bedroom and 2-bedroom
apartment in Mona and Hope
Road, Jamaican, 5 min for UWI
adequate water supply!!!
US $1200
Call:1876—382-3015,
jagga @cjamaica.com

FURNISHED COTTAGE
FOR RENT in Seven Hills,
2-bedroom, 2 bathrooms,
living, dining and kitchen
for $850p/m. Phone: 361-7659

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.

FOR RENT | FOR RENT - FORRENT |

FURNISHED STUDIO, 1-bed-
room Rocky Pine Rad, all utili-
ties, no kids/pets. Quiet mature
persons only. You must have a
car, $400 to move in. $550
monthly. Phone: 434-8340 or

341-4365

GARDEN HILLS #2
spacious efficiency apartment,
utilities included. $595.00 per

month, $300 dep.
Call 325-5780.

HAIR BOOTH FOR RENT
PHONE 376-0101

HOUSE FOR RENT, 3-bed,
2-bath, unfurnished. Excluded
water. Garden Hills #3.
424-3197(c), 364-3426 after

9pm.
IMPERIAL PARK APT for rent.
Utilities included. $700/pm.

Phone 324-1991.

JOE FARRINGTON ROAD.
New. 1 bed unfurnished Apt.
A/C, c-fans, bars, huge _ kit,
bath, bed, closet. Water incl.
$595/mth, firsv/last/ sec $300.
Tel:364-8911, 302-9016.

LARGE, 2-BED/1-BATH, fur-

nished apt, all appliances, cen-

tral air, and water, Lumumba
Lane, off Fox Hill South,
$1,000 per month. Phone

557-1460/364-1798.

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 one-bedroom,
_ furnished, $150 weekly,
neighbourhood crime watch.
434-2756.

LOVE BEACH COTTAGE
3-bed, 2-bath. Gated.
Newly refurbished, fully fur-
nished, private beach & deck.
1 year lease required. $2,100/
month. Contact 424-5683.

LOVE BEACH COTTAGE,
3-bed, 2-bath, furnished,
enclosed garden deck, beach
across road, $2,100. 457-4911.

MARIA DR: 2 bed, spacious, |

apt, water, fridge &-.stove, a/c,
ceiling fan, blinds, bars, &
wash. Call 225-4093/436-3669,
433-0046.

MUST SEE. Clean apartments

upstairs, 2-bedrooms, 1-bath

$700 monthly. Allen Drive, off
Carmichael Road.

Incl: air-condition, ceiling fans,
bars, cable, refrigerator, stove,
enclosed yard, water, blinds.
No pets, no smoking, first and
last month's rent, sec deep of
$400. Serious inquiries only.
Phone 468-3025.

NASSAU VILLAGE,
2 bed apt, fan, water, bars
included. $600/mth.
Tel 393-8991/427-3426.



FURNISHED ROOM for rent
Single males only. All utilities
included. $100 per week.
Phone 392-3944.

+

NEAR P. 1, 1-bedroom/1-bath,
furnished at $700,water
included, no children, no pets.
Ph: 376-4881

NEAT 2-BED/1-BATH,
unfurnished aparment,
$600/month. Water included.
Joan's Heights East,
Quiet area. No children.
Call:677-1923.

NEW 1-bed apt, Blue Hill
south. Stove, water, a/c, cus-
cabinets included.

tom
454-4477.

NEW 1-bed, efficiency. Water,
light, good security. $150/pw,
$600 to move in . Blue Hill Rd
opp St Agnes Church.
322-1031, 466-8372.

NEW 1-bedroom apt, spacious,
quiet area, off Prince Charles,
all utilities. 364-6921, or
454-4653.

“ONE BEDROOM APT
SMITHVILLE.
CALL AFTER 5, 364-5691.

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. Newly reno-
vated apt, fully furnished, utili-
ties included, partially air-con-
ditioned, cable and _ internet
available, secure grounds and
surroundings, conveniently lo-
cated within walking distance
from public schools, grocery
stores, and public transporta-
tion, ‘#5 Granada’ Crescent,
Golden Gates #2. Phone
242-341-5554, 448-7532.



NEW OFFICE SPACE
for lease 630 sq ft, Harrold Rd
West, move in ready (tiled,
painted, bathroom fixtures,
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 SEMI-FURNISHED
one-bedroom, one bath
apartment, fridge, stove,
cooking gas, central-air,
water, cable, bars.
$625.00 & $575.00.
Fox Hill. 427-0363.

NEWLY RENOVATED,
3bed/2bath condominium
onWest Bay. Modern,
kitchen/baths, central a/c,
washer/dryer, swimming pool,
tennis courts, furnished,

$2,000/pm.
328-0714/424-0314.

OAKSFIELD, 2-bed, 1-bath

apt, unfurnished. Incl: water,
very nice & safe complex.
$650. 445-0165.

OCEANVIEW APARTMENT

for rent. Prince Charles Drive.
2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom.
Call 324-5897

OFF CARMICHAEL
2 bed, 1 bath, $700/mth
OFF CHARLES SAUNDERS,
$690.00/mth
Tel 702-1540(day),
341-491 2(night).

ONE - TWO BEDROOM
FOR RENT. Light $600/mth,
first and last. Ph 393-2025.

ONE AIRCONDITIONED
APARTMENT, SAN SOUCI,
avaiable now, completely
furnished, one bedroom apt,
full bathroom with large walk-in
closet, full kitchen, including full
tank of gas, washing machine,
all appliance are brand new.
Utilities included: Light, water
and cable, premises is internet
and telephone ready. $900 first
and last month, yearly rent
agreement preferred.
Single occupancy - preferred.
Ideal for professional person.
Quiet environment, premises -
are enclosed.

Ph: 364-8072, 326-7218

ONE-BEDROOM 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-BEDROOM, unfurnished
apt, Foxdale Subdivision, air
condition, burglar bars, carpet-
ing, coin operated washer, wa-
ter and light included, no chil-
dren, no pets, $650 per month.
Phone:341-1205/525-2743.

QUIET NASSAU EAST. 1-bed
apt, fully & tastefully furnished
light, water, private parking.
$700/pm, first, last & $400 de-
posit. 364-7208.

: 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 fully furnished,
(office) second bedroom,
security system/stainless steel
appliances/recessed lighting,
W&D/generator, landscaped
yard, 2-car driveway, In-suite
master bath, $2,550/month.
324-9150/324-8527.

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,

WESTWINDS SUBDIVISION:
2-bed,1-bath apt
in gated community.
Water, A/C, stainless fridge,
stove, microwave, washer/
dryer and wooden blinds
included.
Tel:362-2754/502-2371.
Ask for Esther

two od-
room, one bathroom, ec ssed
yard, security bars, first & last
rent, cable included. $700 per
month plus $500 security de-
posit. Located in Golden Gates
#1. Tel 8364-7064/324-6937.

SINGLE FAMILY .

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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
garden $3,000.00 Web Ref:
40709

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.
Sandy 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

RENTAL
SHOP/OFF SPACE
Beauty Salon
For Sale
Food store appliances.
Phone 565-0757, or 323-5905.

ROOM FOR RENT
Furnished, water and light free
Foxdale
_ Please call 324-2153,

cell 432-3561.

ROOM IN PRIVATE HOME,
single person only, mustbe ~*
working. Ph:361-2498,
(cell)465-7916. call after 7pm.
$110-wk, $250 to move in.

SEA BREEZE LANE,
semi-furnished,
fridge/stove/washer/ dryer,
central-air, water included.
$850/mth, first/last/sec dep.
Phone 429-4829, 393-0002.

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.
1300 square feet.
Call 376-5422



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1-BED APT FRIDGE, stove,

water a/c in bedroom. Sandi-
lands Village, $650/mth, _ first,
last and security $400.
448-3088

1-BED, 1-BATH APT
Faith Gardens, fridge, stove,
microwave, water, gas, cable,
internet, a/c, ceiling fans.
No kids, pet, smoking
$700/monthly, $450 security
Tel 341-5918.

1-BED, 1-BATH APT, Bacardi

Road, immaculate condition,
electric gate, fully enclosed,
central air condition, security

system, fridge, stove and water
included. Washer and dryer fa-
cility $700/pm, sec dep: $500.
Tel 544-5964

1-BED, 1-BATH, fridge, Bove:
central-air, water, gas, cable,
wireless net. $650/pm.

Tel: 558-5451

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, Victoria Gar-

dens, off Gladstone Rd.
$650/mth, 1st, last, $400 sec.
535-4387. p :
1-BEDOOM, . fully fumished
apt, security screens, electricity
and .water. No kids, no pets.
Soldier Road. $550/pm. Tel
357-8106.

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,
Nassau Village. Water, a/c,
blinds, washer, dryer. $550.

393-4454/394-1880.

1-BEDROOM APT, light,
water, cable, $600/pm, first,
last plus $400 sec.
448-7699, 535-5114,
393-4529.

'1-BEDROOM APT, Yellow
Elder Gardens #1. Incl:light,
hot & cold water, fridge, stove,
cable, $600/month, $250 de-
posit. Single or couple only.
Tel 325-5626.

1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
Water & cable included.
Marathon. 393-3191.

1-BEDROOM, 1BATH, fully
furnished apartment with sec
bars, alarm, a/c in Carmichale
pines. $600 per month & $300
ec dep. Phone 341-0637, or
422-2267.

2 BEDROOM APT Sandilands
Village Rd, a/c, washer, dryer,
wooden blinds,

. $650/mth, $400 dep.
Phone 324-7545, 425-6629.

BEAUTY SALON
, COWPEN ROAD =
FOR RENT / LEASE
Hair Booth $85.00 weekly
Nail Booth $65.00 weekly
Phone 341-3914/558-6484. {

| WANTED: +

SINGLE BEDROOM for rent
with mini kitchen and private
entrnce, ater, light, stove and
fridge included. $550 _ per
month, $200 sec. 341-3379,
428-1055.

SPACIOUS, 3-BED, 1-BATH
House, located Tall Pines Es-
tates, Cable & Telepohone
ready aeisng $850.00 per mth,
1st, Last & Security Deposit re-
quired. Tel: 525-1654.

TWO & ONE-BEDROOM
APARTMENT
Blue Hill Road by AF Adderley
School $400 & $600.
431-8785/327-1387.

TWO BEDROOM APT, Carmi-
chael. $675 per month, _in-
cludes water, /c, ceiling fans,
close to us stop. 225-4130, or
426-7587
TWYNAM AVENUE, large
one-bedroom, ' fully furnished,
private entrance, all. utilities,
a/c, ceiling fans, water, electric-
ity, telephone, security bars,
cable, washer/dryer.

394-1637 after 5pm 465-1194

WEEKLY RENTAL
Attractive, quiet fully equipped
one-bed apts.

A/C, TV, internet; parking,
laundry. Near downtown & Pl.
$250 to $350/week.
Tel:394-1711, cell:565-7283.



' MATURE FEMALE to share
Apt. Furnished, East area.
Cell 432-0078, text please.

W/\/cable included.

PROFESSIONAL, MATURE
male to share 2 bed/1 bath
condo. Cable Beach, gated
complex, private beach and

pool. Asking $700.00
and shared utilities.
Tel:376-4334/327-5769.



FARM LABOURER needed.
West End. Full time. 359-7143.

FARM LABOURER WANTED
CALL 475-2082.

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

SALES CLERK needed.
356-2837, 225-4637.

KINDERGARTEN
WITH EXPERIENCED
TEACHER
for ages 3-6, guaranteed
peoinnltig reading skills. -
Prince Charles Drive.
Tel:324-0269

SALON IN URGENT NEED
of Nail Tech. Call 436-3198





ABO 3
475-2082



CAL ia

MILWORK TECHNICIAN
NEEDED

Skilled Millwork Technician with
experience in all aspects of the
trade for residence project. In-
terested applicants please
write to: .C12271, c/o The Trib-
une, PO Box N3207, Nassau,
Bahamas.

NAIL TECHNICHAN
to work on Commission.
Phone 376-0101.

NEEDED

PUBLIC ADJUSTER, min 25
yrs experience, strong insur-
ance background, ability to
swiftly interpret international
complicated contracts and ap-
ee them.

rovide resume to CopyMaxx,
Collins Ave and 6th Terrace.

NEEDED
1 live in house keeper
To cook, clean, wash and iron
and General housework.
Please reply in writing to P.O.
Box SS6208.

NEEDED
One experienced Auto Body
Repairman. Contact 393-5635
between 8am-4pm.

NEEDED: FARM LABOURER
CALL 475-2082.

NEEDED: FARM LABOURER

CALL 475-2082.
PROFESSIONAL BARBER &
NAIL TECH

FOR RENT STARTING @ $60
OR COMMISSION.
CALL 356-2311, 535-7026,
565-5379

SALES ASSOCIATE NEEDED

Must have at least a high
school diploma, pleasant
personality, be neat in
appearance, hardworking,.
reliable, honest and peys
attention to detail.
BGCSE certificate are a plus.
Mail resume to
The Manager,

P.O Box N-8477,
Nassau, Bahamas

SALES SUPERVISOR
Well established equipment
business requires individual to
handle Sales, Customer Sern-
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

SECRETARY/BOOKKEEPER
needed, full-time/part-time.
Flexible hours. Great for
college student. E-mail resume
to: meldatrading @ hotmail.com
Subject box: HELP WANTED.

DEWATERING TCHNICIAN
NEEDED
Dewatering specialist with ex-
perience in various large scale
construction projects a must.
Interested applicants should re-
spond in writing, to: C12272,

c/o The Tribune, PO
Box 207, Nassau,
iimas





Baha-

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5
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SEEKING HANDYMAN to
work around family home
located #36 Milton Sgtreet,
off Market St, $175 per week
Interested person:

Call 328-1002.

SITE PROJECT MANAGER
REQUIRED
Minimum 10 years experience
as Project Manager in various
large scale construction pro-
jects a must. Only well quali-
fied applicants should respond
b send resume to: C12276, c/o
The Tribune, PO Box N3207,

Nassau, Bahamas.

SITE SUPERVISOR
Minimum 5 years experience
as Site Supervisor in various
large scale construction pro-
jects a must. Only well qualified
applicants should resound by
sending resume to: C12270,
c/o The Tribune, PO Box
N3207, Nassau, Bahamas.

SMITH & KELLY is in need of
two female Farm Labourers.
Interested persons;
242-367-7004. {

THREE FARM LABOURERS
needed in Marsh Harbour,
Abaco. Must have experience
w/goats and pigs. :
Phone:1-242-559-8473.

TWO CABINET MAKERS
Skilled cabinet makers for
custom made furniturg and

building fixtures store starting
in the next available issue.
All replies should be addressed
12275, c/o The Tribune,
PO Box N3207,
Nassau, Bahamas.

Wanted

Cashiers, Cooks, Customer
Service persons for fast food
restaurant

at Airport

Individuals must have. worked
at a fast food franchise, takea-
way food outlet or other fast
paced restaurant. Please fax
resume to 323-2154 or email to
info @ gomezcorp.com

Wanted
Manager for
Fast Food Restaurant at
Airport
Individual must have worked at
a fast food franchise or other
fast paced restaurant. Must
know every aspect of a restau-
rant, Inventory ordering, menu
preparation, cashing, customer
service, etc. Please fax re-
sume to 323-2154 or email to
info@ gomezcorp.com

FARM LABOURER.
CALL 475-2082.

call

PART-TIME HANDYMAN
PHONE 393-5142

MARINE PILE DRIVER
WANTED
Qualified person must be expe-
rienced and have a_ proven
track record as a Marine Pile

Driver. Interested applicants
should respond by sendi
their resume to: C12274, c/o

The Tribune, PO Box N3207,
Nassau, Bahamas.




CREW WANTED
(To serve as full deckhand
_ and guest services)
Applicants must be: outgoing,
riendly, well-spoken, and a
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

DATA CONVERSION AND
MANAGEMENT OMPANY
has immediate openings for:
Data Entry .and Conversion
Personnel.
Candidates should be _ profi-
cient in the use of computers
and the following software:
Microsoft Excel and Access
Adobe Photoshop and Acrobat
Sranibage Pro.
Please forward resume to: Hu-
man Resources Manager, the-
realdata rope Syanoe: com or
PO Box CB-12957
Nassau, Bahamas.

EXPERIENCED WINDOW
TINTER wanted for window
Fabrication Company. Please
fax resume 325-6638.

GARRDENER NEEDED.
PHONE 553-5498.

HANDYMAN NEEDED.

PHONE 225-2966.
A SECURITY COMPANY is
seeking a matured individual to
fill the position of a Custodian.
You must be able to perform
general cleaning duties with lit-
tle or no supervision and pos-
sess the ability to work in a fast
paced environment. Contact
325-6170/4, Mon-Fri, 9am-Spm
for further details.

“WANTED: Machine operator _
for work on Out Island.
‘Call 1-242-471-8888.

WELDER WANTED
Must be able to work
unsupervised. Please contact
- 557-0545, 428-8107, or

361-4067.

WORK FOR YOURSELF
and make $$$
Operate your hot dog stand
with very little start up cost.
323-7302.

BAR MAID /HOSTESS
WANTED
Weekly salary plus tips.
Call 225-1114

BARBERS WANTED
URGENTLY. Good location.
Call 431-9184 for more info.

CONSTRUCTION MANAGER
NEEDED

Experienced dewatering spe-
cialist with a minimum of 10
ears experience in various
arge scale construction pro-
jects a must. Must be able to
oversee and supervise multiple

projects simultaneously. Inter-
este a appllesne should re-
fi to: C1273,






PO




Box } § baby-sitter, Phone 344-Sss83.

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2 BARBERS
3 BEAUTICIANS NEEDED
50% or Booth Rental
$100-125 per week.
Tel 341-0420

AVON

Buy, Sell or Sign-up.
Telephone:
361-5556, 429-4922
kempcorp @ hotmail.com



LADY seeking _ employment
home caretaker, senior citizen,
babysitting, assistant cook and
office cleaning.
PHONE:325-2187, 431-5995.

LADY seeks baby-sitting, care
for the elderly or days work.
- Could drive.
Call Bev @ 535-0943.

LADY seeks job as house-
keeping, days work or look af-
ter an elderly person.Live-in or
live-out!

Mon-Fri. Serious pues. only.
Please call 448-597

LADY seeks job in restaurant
to wash dishes, clean or care
for the elderly. Call:429-9405.

LADY SEEKS job on Sunday
and evenings 0 care for the -
elderly, babysitting, janitorial,
resturants etc. Tel: 466-1594

LADY seeks live-in job as
baby-sitter. 558-7959,
525-9883.

LADY seeks live-in job as

baby-sitter, care-giver or days
work. Call 425-6818.

MATURE LADY seeks job to
care for an elderly person or a
baby. Contact. 364-8547, or
525-2396

YOUNG LADY with associate
degree seeking job to work in
private school or business firm.
Tel 323-6513, 423-2650,
433-1366.

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

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)

HELP URGENTLY
Kashela Rolle asking you for a
job, Monday - Saturday or
nights. Kitchen helper, sales
clerk, office cleaning, or shelf
stocking. Tel 556-0960.

LADY seeking babysitting,
housekeeping, care for the dis- °
abled chid or eldely. Has certifi-
cate. 392-3798, 448-7123.

LADY sesking






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SISTERLOCKS®
Special by Certified Practitioner
August- October, 2010
Complete installation $350.00
Retightening (4 hours) $60.00
Grooming $30.00

225-4433
House calls welcomed.

SIZZLING SUMMER
1



SPECIALS
Rope twist ...... $70.00
Kinky twist ......$35.00
Shingles ....

Kids Styles $10.
Phone:324-7883.

TELEVISION, Computer,
washer, dryer, fridge & stove
repairs. NFusion, Viewsat &

onicview programming

(pick up & drop off) ©

Plumbing & a/c services.
395-0087.

TERRIFIC TUESDAY
SPECIAL



Kinky Twist -.$35.00
Nails 3

+1::$15.
Ph: 324-7883

*Electronic file Storage
°E-mail
Websites
eDomains
Collaboration
Office:1.242.225.8654
E-mail: info @ projectsolu-
tionsbahamas.com

WARKY WEDNSDAY






Relaxer ...

Nails .......

Rope Twist

Kinky Twist ...........635.
Ph: 324-7883

: XMAS MONTHLY ASUE
$250 payment, $1,500 draw or
$500 payment, $3,000 draw
341-3379, or 428-1055.

AUNT JENNY'S PRESCHOOL
NOW REGISTERING.
TEL: 356-7544.

COMPUTERS, TVs
(LCD and Plasma)
and printer repairs, password
removal. Onsite repairs, or
pickup and delivery.
Phone 393-0715/535-5702.

GERMAN TRANSLATIONS
OFFFERED.
TEL 357-8822

ARE YOU’ MEETING your fit-

ness goals?

Do you spend late nights at
the office and ignore your fit-
ness gas? -

eAre you a beginner in the
world of exercise and need
some direction?

eAre you a mature individual
who wants to feel ten years
younger?

*Do you have aches and pains
that would go away with con-
sistent workouts?

Call 422-5061 for a free per-

sonal training session with an

ISSA certified personal trainer.

ADA IMPORT/EXPORT
For the best price in all your
building needs Windows,
Doors, PVC _ Decking, PVC
Doors and PVC Fencing and
lots more
(We Do Special Orders).

Call us at (242)544 3198 or
email us at
adaimportexport @ hotmail.com)

CAR PARTS ‘
Let me help you fine any car
part that you need.
Phone 428-9767

HAIR BRAIDING,
Shingling, Cornrow, Twisting,
Locks, weave-in, micro shin-
gles, lock extension, $10-$100.

Call 393-8201/468-8394

NAILS.... ...By Leah
Hot Summer Special
Ph: 432-5918






Pink and White .......... 30.00
French Tips .... $191.00
Cheese cake $35.00
Natural Nails

Alrbrush ....
Pedi/Mani ..

OUTSOURCE ACCOUNTING
AND

BOOK-KEEPING SERVICES
available now. BBA and CPA

qualified.
‘Call 565-5159, or 392-2206.

HEN’S LANDSCAPING
Major tree cuttin:
Hurricane Special.

Call us now!
392-4691 433-2482.

INTERNET - Turn $10 a month
into $10K a month....no strings
attached.

: Apply at:
pocketwealth1 @ gmail.com
etwork Su ri

eManaged Services
eNetwork Monitoring
eVPN Fanning.
°PBX and IP Phone System In-
stallation
eNetwork Infrastructure design
and implementation
SU lee ese e ener
-mail:
info @ projectsolutionsbaha-
mas.com

NEW LOOK: 242-471-4080
Infusion Shingle/weave
Jamaican Ropetwist
Afrotwist
Natural Dreadlocks
Needle Dreadlocks
Large Cornrows
Human Hair Specialist
Appointments 471-4080
Leisure Care.
Questions allowed.

Surveillance
eWireless Lighting and
erature control :
eEnergy Management
eAccess Control
Office: 1.242.225.8654
E-mail: -

tem-

K-9 TRUCKING & CUSTOM
BROKERAGE
Foxdale Subdivision
Call Anthony and Son
P.O. Box EE-17153
Tel:242-357-3787
Fax:242-324-6641
Customs is our business

. You pile it we tote it!!

LOWEST COST EVER!
Make-up application
(grooming, and skincare)
seminar available for Summer.
Call for more information
428-0074.

MIKE’S JANITORIAL
SERVICES

We provide area rug cleanin
Unlike other machines used to
clean area rugs. Our machine
does not only clean the area
rug it maintains the colour of
the area rug, removes stains
and odour, and keeps your
area rug feeling soft.
We'll come at your house and
pick your area rugs up, clean
them and drop them off the
same day.

For more information call
448-7808, or 558-5634, or
you could e-mail us at
mikescleaning @ live.com

| HELP UNLIMITED
Let us help!
Temporary Office Staff, by the
hour day or week
Marketing plans, Accounting,
BookKeeping, Adminstrative,
Secretarial, CLerical, Filing, Or-
ganizing, etc
University under-graduate with
excellent marketing skills.
Tel: 565-2312



TU

N-KEY BUSINESS
FOR SALE
M.H.Abaco.

Start making money instantly

n

Serious inquiries only

Phone:242-458-5137
E-mail:
jwsignature @ gmail.com



EXOTIC BRAIDING CLASSES
Do you want to learn a trade in
as little as 4 weeks and make a
lot of money?

Then look no further.

You will learn: Corn rows, twin-
ning, shingles, rope twist and
exotic pin ups. Registration be-
gins Monday, Sept 6 - 13th, by
calling 456-8507 and asking
form Nadia. Classes begin on
Sept 13th, 2010

Cost: $600 which includes all
materials and registration fee.

BGCSE 1
BJC 1 (2010)
-Accounts/Math
-English
-Sciences
-Entrepeneurship
-Management
12-week course begins Sept
20, 2010
Register Now! 325-5060

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



High School Boarding House
In Freeport
We provide a clean, safe &
structured environment
Attend any High School in
Grand Bahama
Deadline August 13th, 2010

Contact us @ Hizunhur Center
1 (242) 352-4842
Visit us on Facebook
hizunhur @ gmail.com

KIDS KINGDOM

Registration: é :
or struggling students who
need to learn in a smaller

é6nvironment. Space in limited
Phone 324-5220
E-mail
kidskingdombah @ gmail.com

LANGUAGES
-Creole
-Chinese
-Spanish
-Hebrew
12-week course begins Sept
20, 2010
Register Now
Tel:325-5060

LEARN TO FLY

Private Pilots Course
Instrument & Commercial
Theory

535-2484 359-0904
Email:
flightshopbahamas @ hotmail.
com



TOYA’S

Now Registering for
September Term
Computer 3-in-1 Courses.
All-in-1 job training.
Call:393-7045 Register now!

WANT TO LEARN
‘a new language.
Register today for creole
classes.
For all ages. 454-4477.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010, PAGE 27







BUSINESS —
SERVICES

WANTS TO BUY
20 foot container and 40 foot



: 30" gas stove
container needed. "
Please call Kirk, 364-0155. a6 cu.tt, Westinghouse

One bedroom apt.
Telephone 364-3555

-SMALL DESIGNER GLASS
entertainment center $300
-Sofa, love seat, chair $900
-Designer mirror dresser and 2
night tables $1,200
436-3512/552-1486

2 STAGE TOWER
2 small stage

small ice machine.
Phone 428-9767.

27” FLAT SCREEN JVC TV
$250.00



TODDLER FURNITURE,
accessories, toys and clothes
Yard Sale at #238 Diamond
Close East, Treasure Cove,

Yamacraw, Nassau,
on Saturday, August 14th
from 10am to 4pm. Expat
moving. Contact David,
376-4648.



Matching chest & nightstand.
300.00 }
Phone 468-1166.

COMPUTER AND
MOVEABLE STAND
FOR SALE
Both in good condition.



GAS & ELECTRIC STOVE,
washing machine for sale ~
533-9924/351-6035.

IPHONE AND IPAD

SPECIALS Asking $500 for both.
ao 12 accessory pieces | Phone:427-5284, or 364-7218
50.00 a ares
Ipad accessory bundle $60.00 COMPUTER DESK & CHAIR
Call 357-8867 $125.00 or make an offer.
376-1874.
ITEMS FOR SALE FOR SALE

Small cribs for sale

Tel 356-7544, 325.7866 Bamboo flooring, Maple cabi-

nets, Mahogany doors, Custom
wood closets.
Telephone 636-0625
interiorservicessolutions @
yahoo.com

FOR SALE - New Tires
Great prices, sizes vary from

Livingroom set, King size
beds, fridge, stove, baby
items, quality used furniture
Saturdays: 10am-2pm.
392-5364.

MUST GO 13 * 20°
Two 12” 1,000 Watts Speak- Call 552-7440
ers (in bin) and 2 Amps. FOR SALE
el: 393-5376. ¢ 1 blue sota.<) 00.00. Must see.
PLANT SALE ae
Guava, Avacado, Passion fruit, FOR SALE

Aloe (National flower) | 2 Soin oes fo eens ergs sell

FOR SALE
Attractive Hurricane Shutter
Build to order for double
windows. $190.

Noni ,
Yellow Elder. Call 425-1059.

PRESCHOOL MATERIAL -
2-4 feet height metal chairs,
plastic chairs, sleeping mats,

posters, toys, metal stacher, Singles $100
book case, & tables. Ph:426-8704
Tel 364-0146. FOR SALE

Dining table 5-pc(purchase at
Roberts). Good condition.
Real wood, (oak look), $1200
434-8340/341-4365

FOR SALE
Full featured PS2 Rcing Wheel
and petals. in brand new

REMAINING INVENTORY
Low impact windows & doors
clearing discounted 35%.
Brand new, MUST SEE.
Buy 5 or more and get an
additional 5%OFF

Sale Price condition. Selling for $70.00
26x26 $154.64 Phone 324-8908 :
37x38 $190.32 :
37x50 $235.44 FOR SALE
36x60 $274.22 Quality paintings, custom
96x60 $633.72 frames for photos & paintings

. display available. A must see
‘or Art Collectors.
26x26 PS 72.48 Kenwork Shop, 324-0012.
37x38 222.44
~ FOR SALE
ethos teas White bunk bed combo, single
. bed at top & double bed at the
bottom. Tel 361-6285.
cane eee RHEEM 3-TON CENTRAL

AIR UNIT, complete.
$1499.00 Contact
1-242-552-0670.

USED DELL COMPUTER
KB/M/17" LCD/XP
Internet ready
512 Megs/40 gig hd)
Ph: 323-6731

Telephone:302-1759/225-8757

USED TIRES FOR SALE
All sizes are available. Starting
price is $25 @ Best Autos and
accessories on Prince Charles
Drive next to Sammys Chicken.



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RESIDENCES AT BAYSIDE. ‘CABLE BEACH: TWYNAM HEIGHTS OFF VILLAGE ROAD, DUPLEX TREASURE CAY

2:6: bed beachfront condos in Port New 3bed,,2.5 bath condo. 3 bed, 2 bath home. Hurricane impact windows 1-2 bed, 2 bth plus 1-2 bed, Ibath. - -2 bed, 2 bath Villa. Furnished.

Providence. Presently under construction.

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Abaco, MAN-O-WAR CAY Governor's Harbour, PINEAPPLE FIELDS GREAT HARBOUR CAY : : TREASURE CAY, Abaco SANDYPORT CONDOS
1/2 acre beachfront lot in town. 1 bed, 1 bath fully furnished condo. 1 bed, 1 bath beach villa. Furnished, | Harbour front 2 bed, 2 bath condo. Newly built. Dockage available.

$425,000. Ref# 7123 _ $260,000. Ref# 7129 $135,000, Ref# 7128 $325,000. Ref# 7195 From $395 000 or 2.500) mio Ref 7187, 7188,7189

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GUANA CAY, Abaco Long Island BEACHFRONT HOME
Charming 2 bed, 2 bath cottage With views. 2bed/2bath, Turn-key on 5.5 acres.
$299,000. Ref# 7196 $1,619,000. Ref# 7018



EAST STREET BUILDING CENTRE OF COMMERCE RENTAL - Attention First Time Buyers.
Drastic reduction. Central location 4,000 sq. ft 1,600.sq, ft. Fully furnished. Turn key. Renovated, 1 bed, | bath condo, Ocean Views.
$395,000. Ref# 6880 ' $7,066 monthly. Ref# R6993 $165,000, Ref# 7114.

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Greater Chippingham, 2 multi family lots each 4,868 sq. ft. $65,000 each. Ref# 7142 = Shirley Street. Office buildings 2,500 sq. ft. $5,000 #RO340_
Greater Chippingham, 2 multi family lots each 4,852 sq, ft $60,000 each. Ref 7140 Port New Providence- Seapoint 4 bed/2,5 bath. $5,500 #R0565
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010 PRICE —75¢ (Abaco and Grand Bahama $1.25)

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BAHAMAS BIGGEST

govt break-ins:

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Nine-person protest
on Director of Public

Prosecutions’ first day

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

ALTHOUGH allegedly “well
received” by staff at the Office of the
Attorney General and only having

: served several hours in the post, new

:. Director of Public Prosecutions Vinette
Graham Allen’s first day at work was
punctuated by a noisy nine-person street
protest calling for her to step down.

Mrs Graham-Allen arrived at the
Office of the Attorney General, located
in the Post Office Building on East Hill
Street, early yesterday morning.

The Jamaican attorney, formerly a

SEE page 11

By NATARIO McKENZIE

tion wagon valued

Tribune Staff. Reperter
nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net

FOUR men charged in
connection with a recent
spate of break-ins at gov-
ernment institutions were
arraigned in a Magistrate’s
Court yesterday.

Sergio Williams, 28, of
Palm Beach Street, Julian
Evans, 34 of Garden Hills,
Wayne Toussaint, 41, alias
“Blood” of Marathon Road
and Chadra Swan, 39, of
Joans Heights

rraigned before Magistrate
Jeanine Weech-Gomez in
Court One, Bank Lane yes-

terday on shopbreaking and

stealing charges.’
Toussaint and a visibly
bruised Evans, who sobbed
in the prisoner’s dock, were
allowed to sit during their
arraignment. It is alleged
that Toussaint, Williams and
Evans sometime between
Wednesday July 7 and
Thursday July 8, broke into
the Passport Office at
Thompson Boulevard. It is
alleged that the three men
stole a safe containing
$6,817 as well as an AD sta-

were

-the property of the Passport

Office. All three men plead-
ed not guilty to the charges.

It is-also alleged that the:

three men on Saturday, July
10, broke into and entered
the Road Traffic Depart-
ment building on West Bay
Street. It is further alleged
that the three men between
Friday, July 30, and Tues-
day, August 3, broke into
the Immigration building on
Hawkins Hill. There it is

alleged they stole four Dell

computers altogether valued
at $6,100, and four bullet

_proof vest altogether valued

at $14,000. The men pleaded
not guilty to the charges.
Toussaint and Swan have
been charged with breaking
into the Nassau Street Court
building between Friday,

_July 30, and Saturday, July

31. They are also charged
with breaking into Court 9
at the Nassau Street Com-

plex. Toussaint’s attorney, '
Jomo Campbell, argued that

the two charges were redun-
dant as Court 9 was at the
same. locus. Inspector Clif-

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@ GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS BREAK-INS CASE

‘Breakthrough’ in break-in
investigation celebrated

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

POLICE celebrated a
breakthrough in criminal
investigations yesterday as
four men were charged in

. connection with the burglary

of four government offices.

Assistant Superintendent
Clayton Fernander, second
in command at the Central
Detective Unit (CDU), said
police suspect a ring of rob-
bers broke into the Passport
Office, Immigration Office,
Road Traffic Department,

and Nassau Street Magis-

trate’s Court Nine to steal
money.

The police suspect prolif-
ic offenders who work
together to disarm alarm
systems, pick locks and
break bars to gain access to
offices, Mr Fernander said
during a celebratory press
conference at CDU in
Thompson Boulevard yes-
terday morning.

‘Some of the suspects,

between 30 and 40 years of
age, have been convicted of :

crimes from the time they

_ were teenagers and have

continued to operate as
criminals, according to
police.

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‘AS POLICE investigate
the second road death in
two days — and the 25th
traffic fatality for the year
— late reports confirm a
mar has handed himself in
over the fitst accident.

The body of a man was_

found lying face-up shortly

‘before 4am Monday on Fire

Trail Road East. He had a
large head wound and what
appeared to be. tyre marks
along the left side of his arm
and shirt.

Police are asking the pub-

lic to-assist them with iden-
tifying the victim — who was ,

wearing a red-striped polo
shirt, a pair of black jeans
and tennis shoes — as he was
not ‘carrying any personal
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Clayton: Fernander; of the
Central Detective Unit, said
the injuries sustained were
consistent with a hit-and-
run in which the body was
completely run over by the
vehicle. However, police
will await the results of an
autopsy before declaring an
official cause of death.

The incident is the sec-
ond traffic fatality follow-
ing the death of 51-year-old
hotel worker Iva Whyte on
Sunday morning.

The body of Ms Whyte
was discovered lying face
down in a pool of water in
front of C V Bethel High
School on East Street
South.

It was reported that at
the time of the accident,
the man did not know. he
had hit someone. Howev-
er, the driver, a 29-year-
old resident of Grand

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Haitian children turn to begging in DR after quake

"They are vulnerable to all kinds }
of dangers in the streets," said Maria :
Elena Asaud, a UNICEF child-pro- }

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican
Republic (AP) — From the white-
sand beaches at the edge of all-inclu-
sive resorts to the gritty streets of the
capital, more Haitian children are beg-
ging on the streets of the Dominican
Republic — a sign that the economic
gulf between the neighbori ing nations
has grown wider since the Jan. 12
earthquake.

Haitian children, some believed to
be brought by traffickers, roam the
fruit stands and dangerous medians,

collecting pesos from passers-by as.

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tection expert in the Dominican
Republic.

Those dangers include being
abused, forced into prostitution and

exploited by traffickers for their beg- ;

ging wages:

The Jan. 12 earthquake killed an }
estimated 300,000 people and dis- :
placed more than 2 million more. :
Many of those who survived fled to ;
the countryside or tent encamp-
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lure.

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ACCUSED: From left - Wayne Toussaint, Julian Evans, Sergio Williams and Chadra Swan outside of court yesterday.

Government
break-ins: four
men charged

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ford Daxon told the court,
however, that the charges
were not in fact the same.
Magistrate Weech-Gomez
ultimately decided to leave
the charges as they were.

The prosecution object-
ed to the men being
‘released on bail. Williams,
according to Inspector Clif-
ford Daxon, has a matter
pending before the courts.
He also told the court that
Evans, who claimed that his
hand, foot and three of his
ribs were broken, also had
a matter pending before
the courts.

His attorney Richard

By NATARIO McKENZIE
Tribune Staff Reporter -

nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net

Bootle argued, however,
that he was unaware of any
matter pending against his
client. Inspector Daxon
also told the court that
Toussaint has several pre-
vious‘ convictions for simi-
lar offences dating back to
as recently as 2008.

The prosecutor also
objected to Swan being
granted bail on the grounds
that he has previous con-
victions. Inspector Daxon

’ added that investigators are

still searching for a witness
who was on duty at the

time one of the offences for .
which Swan is charged took °

place.
He contended that if

could interfere with the
ongoing investigation.
Swan pleaded for bail and
told the court that he was
the provider for his wife
and daughter.

He told the magistrate:
that his rent was due yes-.
terday and claimed that his
family would be evicted if
he was unable to meet the
payment.

All three men were

denied bail and are expect-

ed back in court on August
26.

The magistrate ordered
that the men be taken to
Princess Margaret Hospi-
tal for medical treatment.

Man charged with murder

McKenzie was not required to
enter a plea to the charge. His
case was adjourned to August
25 and transferred to Court D5
Bank Lane.

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~ MURDER ACCUSED:
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accused’s file.

McKenzie told the court that
he was seen by a doctor on Sat-
urday.

Mr Ducille asked the court to
order that the medical report
and detention record be produced. Magis-
trate Weech-Gomez ordered that the docu-
ments be produced when the matter resumes
on August 25.

Tourist held
up at gunpoint

NASSAU experienced a

‘string of armed robberies

this weekend, one in which
a tourist was held up at
gunpoint.

Details about the inci-
dents were still sketchy yes-
terday, but ASP Clayton
Fernander told The Tribune
that four persons were held

up at gunpoint in four sep-

arate incidents.

The armed robbery of the
tourist occurred on Friday,
however, ASP Fernander

“could not give a time or

location where the crime

took place.

He could, however, con-
firm that no shots were
fired and no one was
harmed: during any of the
robberies.

An indeteriined
amount of cash and.person-
al items were stolen during
the armed robberies.

Police are still searching
for suspects in connection
with these crimes.and urge
any members of the public
with information to come
forward and assist in the
investigations.

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$1.1bn outstanding in
loan repayments in June

A TOTAL of $1.1billion was out-
standing in loan repayments in June
of this year, as Bahamians continue to
struggle to pay off their debts in a
tough economy, according to the Cen-
tral Bank of The Bahamas.

The Bank’s latest Monthly Economic
and Financial Developments report for
June 2010 said that of the $1.1 billion in
arrears — overdue debt — 25.1 per
cent is in the form of consumer credit,
51.4 per cent in mortgages and 23.5
per cent in commercial loans.

The Central Bank records that there
has been a “slight upward drift” in the
level of arrears in the mortgage and
commercial loan components since the
end of 2009.

Among the total loans in arrears,

. June saw a 1.8 per.cent or $10.7 million
increase in the number of those which
are considered “non-performing” —
those which have been in default for
three months or more — meaning that
arrears in this area now account for
$620.4 million of the $1.1 billion out-
standing. The Central Bank report
states that “in terms of the main cate-
gories” of loans, the build-up in arrears
was mainly attributed to a five per cent
gain in the commercial component of
$12.7 million to $268.4 million.

This reflected growth in both short-
term and non-performing commercial

loans by $8 million and $4.7 million,
respectively.

However, the Bank also records that
the latest figures available — those for
May 2010 — relating to consumer cred-
it in particular “indicated net repay-
ment positions in almost all categories,
reflecting consumers’ bias towards debt
reduction” when it comes to this type
of debt.

Declines

“The largest contractions were reg-
istered for loans for ‘miscellaneous’
purposes ($4 million) and private cars

($1.3 million), followed by debt con-.

solidations ($1 million). Declines of
less than $1 million were recorded for
most of the remaining categories, while
lending for home improvement and

land purchases firmed by $0.3 million

each,” said the June report.

The Central Bank report said that
over the six month January to June
2010 period there was a general wors-
ening in bank’s credit quality indicators
“in line with the sustained weakness
in the economy and high levels of
unemployment.”

“Total private sector loan arrears
firmed by $51.1 million (4.7 per cent),
a modest slowdown from the $66 mil-

lion advance noted in 2009, and its
ratio to total loans increased by 60
basis points to 18.2 per cent.

“Reflecting the lengthening in
arrears, the non-performing compo-
nent (90 days plus in arrears) firmed by
$44 million (7.6 per cent), with the cor-
responding ratio gaining by 80 basis
points to 10.3 per cent.

“A much lower expansion of $7.1
million (1.4 per cent) was registered
for loans 31-90 days in arrears, result-
ing in the ratio to total loans remaining
stable at 8.3 per cent,” said the report.
Referring to the economic outlook
over the coming year, the Central Bank
states that expectations are that the
economy will “continue to stabilise
over the reminder of the year, benefit-
ting from modest improvements in key
tourism indicators,” but “downside
risks persist.”

These risks, it notes; are related pri-
marily to the “ongoing uncertainty
regarding the strength and duration of
the recovery in the US economy, which
is the source of over 85 per cent of
The Bahamas’ stopover visitors.”

The Central Bank suggests that
prospects for a return to a positive eco-
nomic growth trajectors and an
improvement in the unemployment
rate “may not materialise until 2011.”

Mitchell tells Turnquest: ‘Put up or shut up’

Opposition MP challenges Minister over ‘criminal elements’ allegation






OPPOSITION spokesman
for the public service Fred
Mitchell has challenged the
Minister of National Securi-
ty over his allegation that
“criminal elements” are
attempting to destabilise the
government. :

Asking Tommy Turnquest
to “either put up or shut up”
with regard to this claim, Mr
Mitchell said the minister
should not be indulging in
“conspiracy theories” consid-
ering the high position he
holds.

“He must come clean par-
ticularly when what he says
may impugn the integrity of

public servants. Indeed he .

cannot be the author of a con-
spiracy theory. The National
Security Minister must not be
party to partisan propaganda
efforts,” Mr Mitchell said.

Asked to respond to this ~

criticism; Mr Turnquest said
he was “not going to engage
Fred Mitchell” on the matter.

~ Shooting
mae
ms

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Peporter

dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - Murder
accused Kema Moss pleaded
‘guilty to manslaughter on
Monday when his trial
opened in the Supreme
Court.

Moss, 32, was on trial for
the shooting death of 23-
year-old Joseph Andreco ~
Cooper at the Pepperpot
Restaurant on October 4,
2008.

The matter was before
Justice Hartman Longley.
Carlson Shurland represent-
ed Moss, who is expected to
return for sentencing on
October 8. s

According to the particu-
lars, Moss-and Cooper were
involved in an altercation at .
the Pepperpot Restaurant
on East Sunrise Highway.

Moss walked into the
restaurant and ordered a
phone card. Shortly after-
wards, Moss and Cooper got
into an argument and start-
ed fighting. °

The men went outside
where they continued fight-
ing into the parking lot. It is
alleged that Moss pulled out
a handgun and fired several
shots at Cooper, who was hit
in the back of the head.

Cooper was taken to
Rand Memorial Hospital.
He was later airlifted to the
Princess Margaret Hospital,
where he died several days
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“JT said what I had to say
and I don’t need Fred
Mitchell to interpret what I
had to say. Fred is also trying
to make a story where none
exists, which is his modus
operandi,” the minister said.

Yesterday, The Tribune
reported that Police Superin-
tendent Stephen Dean shot
down rumours that a recent
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minister’s earlier comments
should be regarded as even
more serious with this in
mind.

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government, and one:so
senior as the Minister of
National Security, says that
there is a plot to overthrow
the government; the clear
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She is survived by her daughter: Tamiko
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Valerie Culmer, Eulah Burrows, Sheena
Wilson and Konya Bascom; six brothers:
Kent, Alden, George, Lester, Sheffield
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Donne, Douglas, Edward, Peter, Sheldon
and Sheffie; two aunts: Inez Williams and
Peggy Bridgewater; two uncles: Harold
Bridgewater and Ronald Bridgewater; and
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Where is Bahamianisation taking us?

BAHAMIANISATION, emotionally
_ administered, has destroyed this country.

That is not a popular statement, but it is the
truth, and the sooner Bahamians face the
truth, the sooner will we see in‘ top positions
more qualified Bahamians, not only trained
to international standards, but with a sound
work ethic.

Any businessman will confirm that thé
only way for a business to succeed is to sur-
round himself with solid staff. He is not going
to stand for an employee to tell him who to
employ or with whom he intends to work,
nor will he tolerate a government dictating his
employment needs. However, the smart busi-
nessman will always choose a native of a
country, because on the long sttetch it pre-
sents less hassle, and, if, like the Bahamas,
there are high work permit fees, it is cheaper.

. For 25 years; under the Pindling adminis-
tration, an opportunity was lost to convince
Bahamians that they had to work and study

chard to qualify for employment. They were .

encouraged to believe that being Bahamian
was the only passport necessary. for the top
" jobs and the high life.

Those who had to operate businesses
through those years can tell some hair-raising
stories about what hell it was to survive in this
country. Even-The Tribune was making plans
to move on. But just because of qur cussed
nature we decided to stick it out.

In those years not only was being a
Bahamian important, but one had to bea
certain kind of Bahamian. Not only did you
have to be PLP, but you were also graded on
your colour. Growing up we often heard

‘-maids discussing “brightness.” For a long
time we were stupid enough to think that
“brightness” had something to do with intel-
ligence. We certainly got a good laugh at our

‘own dumbness when we discovered that intel-
ligence never stepped into the arena — black
Bahamians were grading their own worth on

. their skin colour — from the darkest; who
was not the favourite of the mother’s brood,
to the “brightest”, who was the apple of her
eye.

One day we saw this order reversed when
an elderly businessman from Grants Town
burst into Sir Etienne’s office at The Tri-
bune. He had been so emotionally wounded
that he was near tears. He and Sir Etienne

‘had been good friends for years, it did not
matter that he was now a PLP. He was
among the original party founders, who had
a dream for his Bahamian brothers that got
derailed when Sir Lynden Pindling snatched
the lead and moved the party dqwn the path
of his personal “one man’s dream.”

Apparently, it was a PLP council meeting

that day in which persons were being nomi- -

nated for top positions. This gentleman, a
successfu! small businessman, and respected
elder of the community, who had every rea-
son to believe he was.worthy of a nomination,
was abused by a young upstart for entertain-

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ing such a thought. The young man who had

neither qualified nor distinguished himself .

in anything, demanded that the elderly gen-
tleman, pull up his shirt sleeve and hold out
his arm. The young man, also pulled up his
shirt sleeve and held his arm next to the old-
er man’s. One was chocolate brown, the oth-
er was ebony black. The young man then
announced that a new day had dawned and
blackness had won the day — he was the
one with the black arm.

More people in this country were award-
ed contracts for which they were not quali-
fied, while others suffered hypertension
because they were appointed to government
positions for which they had no ability. The
country suffered, the people suffered and
today — with D-minus averages to run our
country — the whole nation still suffers.

At the moment we are witnessing an
unseemly scene in which a civil servant is
being encouraged to believe that a position is
hers as of right. It is as if she has taken own-
ership of the post.

Bahamians have to understand that for
this country to succeed and its people to
move ahead no one owns a job. They are
only entitled to a position if they are con-
sidered the best man or woman for that open-
ing. They might have the paper credentials,

, but another essential ingredient might be

lacking, such as consistent and hard work on
a daily basis, not an occasional spurt of effort,

‘followed by a long “vacation.”

We know many good artisans in this coun-
try — but the problem is that there are not
enough of them. For example, if you wreck
your car, the happiest day in Mr Kelly of
Fox Hill’s life is when he can deliver the

’ repaired vehicle to your door looking as

though it had just left the factory. Then there
is our faithful plumber, also of Fox Hill, and
the electrician, the 1.-ksmith and so many
others. They distingu::1 themselves because
they are not only good at their job, but they
take pride in their work and understand the
meaning of reliability and service. No for-
eigner could ever replace these men. The
Bahamas’ tragedy is that there are not
enough of them. This is what is found at
every level-of the labour chain — from the
most skilled professional to the lowest artisan.
There are just not enough of the good ones.

The Bahamas'is moving ahead faster than,
many of its people are willing to go. No
nation can get very far with schools turning
out D- graduates. Employers have been
warning the country for many years that
unless something is done to change the atti-
tude of the work force, foreigners will always
be needed. Eventually they will swamp. the
market.

And so we wish Bahamas Human
Resources Development Association good
luck as they wrestle with this serious problem
and prepare a situation paper to try to solve
it.






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Is there an effort
to destabilise the
FNM government?

EDITOR, The Tribune.

Did anyone notice that
Murphy’s Law is-in full
effect, but not by accident
this time? I strongly believe
that all of these incidences
that have happened and are
happening have been
planned and are being exe-
cuted to precision, because
the desired effect would be
the destabilization of the
government.

Did anyone who has at
least one of their senses per-
colating, notice that there is
too much of a coincidence
that all of the incidences are
happening at places where

most would not dare to

enter? Could or would the
opposition honestly con-
demn these events, or are
they celebrating? Police sta-
tions or compounds are in
proximity to all of the
places. What happened?
What I personally believe
must have been sabotage of
the Abaco Power Station
caused the blackout that
angered the people of Aba-
co and caused residents to
take to the streets. The
strangest and lousiest excuse
was given for a routine exer-
cise. I fail to believe that
someone forgot to put oil in
at the right time. Personally
I do believe that it was
intentionally not put in.
The phone services of
Andros being interrupted,
in my opinion was rank sab-

otage and no one can‘

explain away — to my satis-
faction anyway — that it was-
n’t. In fact, the more it is
explained, in my opinion
exposes: that these acts are
more than just a coinci-
dence. has,

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break-in at the passport
office, across the street from
the compound that houses
the Central Intelligence
Branch and Police College
of the Royal Bahamas
Police Force and a stone’s
throw from the DEA really
is baffling to say the least,
was the most daring of them
all. The unlawful entry of
the Magistrates Courts on
Nassau Streets, which is in
the same compound, and
less than fifty feet from the
Nassau Street Police Station
cannot be explained. ‘

The daredevil entry of
the Supreme Court confirms
for me that these incidences
are part of a big plan. These
extremely suspicious and
highly questionable events
have caused us all to think
deep. Could some persons
be so hungry for power as
to try to destroy this country
if they cannot have their
way? wegen

These unusually brazen
acts have caused many to
ask the question. How come
all of these sickening events
happened at the same
time? They were well exe-
cuted, extremely well coor-
dinated and methodically
executed simultaneously —
was it to get the maximum
attention? The timing too
has devastating effects on
the mind of ordinary peo-
ple, designed to bring civil
society to its knees.

Is it possible that opera-
tives have been working
feverishly to destabilize the
Free National Movement
Government from the

inside? Is it possible that
power has blinded them all,
even at the expense of caus-
ing heartaches for friends
and family?

It is not too farfetched
that some, if not all of these
events were planned to
destabilize the Bahamas and
to cast a negative light on
the government. How come
no one has been arrested
yet?. so
Is the greed for power
causing some to go into the
bowels of the
gutter? Instead of working
together to fight crime, there
are many who gloat that
there are a small group of
misfits who continue to
wreak havoc on our society.
They celebrate every time
someone. is murdered even
if it is a domestic problem,
which cannot be controlled
by anyone.

Anyone or group that
would go to that extent to
destabilize the government
is not fit to lead this country
and should be banished to
political Siberia forever.

On another note, several
radio stations seem to have
agreed to work together to
help to deceive, destroy and
destabilize the
Bahamas. They spew, focus
and spin everything to sound
negative. This is obvious and

. brings the integrity of many

into. question. Journalistic
professionalism has long
been on a vacation, but
pride also seems to have dis-
appeared too. What would
people do for a small bowl
of porridge? Ingratitude

‘must be a sin. WOW!

IVOINE INGRAHAM
Nassau,
August 3, 2010.

What is origin of these sizable funds?

EDITOR, The Tribune.

Is it six on one hand and a
half dozen on the other?
The cash for gold initiative

is generating tremendous:

speculation in Nassau and
Freeport.

Some individuals are
demanding that jewellery
companies conclusively iden-
tify the origin of the scrap
gold they purchase.

Reaily? Why is the same
not required of the self-pro-
claimed erudites in.our soci-
ety....our attorneys-at-law?

There are some in this pro-
féssion who specialize in rep-
resenting some of the most
reprehensible reprobates in
our charmed archipelago.

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the beauty of such gems.



GREGORY NEELY,
Nassau. —
August 4, 2010.

Correcting a Wty

EDITOR, The Tribune. .

It is with complete respect of penmanship that I
thank you for your kind interest and accommodation

in publishing certain letters.
|. However, the great and grand English language is a
living entity thriving in dimensions beyond our gifted

I know the Editor’s task to be painstaking and labo-
rious —. along with an auxiliary staff — however, joy is
to be found uncovering new and exciting words and
phrases, I challenge you to seek these out and exhibit

Recently, I wrote a letter. that was published 7/24/10
and therein contained (we must now.assemble a broaa-
_ based panel of solutionists* — not solutions — to sit, and
sift the Bahamian experience through a sieve of fire). I
entirely understand the misprint and thank you a thou-
sand times for your valuable service.

fication of the origin of these
sizable funds?

. CURIOUS
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Grand Bahama,
August 4, 2010



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‘Breakdown would —
probably have occurred
if BIC had been private’

ACCORDING to a
senior government offi-
cial, last week’s nation-
wide telecommunications
collapse would probably
still have taken place had
BTC been a privately-
owned company.

Minister of National
Security Tommy Turn-
quest, the minister
responsible for the state-
run telecommunications
company, followed BTC
officials in blaming the
communications blackout
on an unexpected hard-
ware malfunction.

This came after some
angry customers complained the incident could have
been avoided if BTC was under private management
and subject to some form of competition.

Responding to questions from a Tribune reporter yes-
terday, Mr Turnquest noted that even had the govern-
ment had concluded its ongoing efforts to privatise the
company, “it would be the same hardware”.

"It was just a hardware technical problem. I think the
engineers are still looking to see what caused it, to veri-
fy and optimise the network - but as far as they can tell it's
just a hardware flaw. What took so long, I'm advised, is
the actual hardware that failed was something that they
had a lot of redundancy on; that wasn't something they
would ordinarily check," said Mr Turnquest.

: Bidders

Government has been in talks with several bidders
over the last few years in an effort to identify a prospec-
tive buyer for a stake - initially proposed to be 51 per cent
- of BTC.

"It was a most unusual occurrence that BTC respond-
| ed quickly to with it's technical staff and tried to restore
service as quickly as possible," Mr Turnquest said.

Many businesses complained of financial losses as a
result of the system collapse, and Mr Turnquest said
there is no way to determine just how bad the economic
fallout has been.

Meanwhile, BTC has begun issuing phone credit as a
form of compensation to some affected prepaid cus-
tomers.

Yesterday, Mr Turnquest said he could not be sure
how much this has cost the company or if similar com-

pensation would be extended to land-line and post-paid
customers who. may ‘have been affected,

"When-soniething like that happens it's more so some-
thing that.affects the whole national economy which you
can never put a dollar figure on. But they are making
some immediate compensation to prepaid customers,
putting $5 on active accounts," the minister said.

According to BTC, the breakdown in services began
early Friday morning and affected prepaid cellular and
SMS platforms, as well as some land-line exchanges. The
company also experienced major difficulties with its

| international roaming services.

This left thousands of customers throughout the coun-
try unable to use their prepaid and postpaid cellular
phones, or make or receive land-line phone calls.

Restoration of land-line services began later Friday
morning and BTC said all land-line, SMS and interna-
tional roaming services were restored by 2.45pm. -

However, late into the evening customers were still
calling’ into The Tribune to say they were still experi-
encing. difficulties.

BTC has not issued a specific explanation for the break-
down in phone services.

Mr Turnquest said officials were still investigating the
cause of the incident.

"A full review is still being done by BTC's engineers as
well as the supplier of the equipment to see why it hap-
pened and-what could prevent it; until we have al the
info, we just have speculation".

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Intensive forensic examinations under way

By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net



FLORIDA police have rémoved the
remains of Bahamian law student Darice
Knowles and say they are now overseeing
intensive forensic examinations to secure
evidence vital to. a successful prosecu-
tion.

Cocoa County Police uncovered the
22-year-old’s body in a wooded area off
State Road 524 in Brevard County on
Friday, July 30, after receiving a tip from
a prison inmate. ,

The remains of the law student and
Miss Bahanias contestant, who disap-
peared in March 2006, were carefully
unearthed by crime scene technicians
who dug.a 20 foot by 20 foot hole around
the body to collect and preserve all evi-
dence at the scene.

Crime scene personnel also took aeri-
al photographs of the scene as Miss
Knowles’ body was taken to the med-
ical examiner’s office for forensic test-
ing.

It will then be transported to a local
university for further study and forensic
analysis.



_ TRAGIC: Darice Knowles

Cocoa's Chief of Police Mark Klay-
man said: “The recovery of Miss
Knowles’ body was due to a great effort
from not only the Cocoa Police Depart-
ment, but the Brevard County Sheriff’s
Office Crime Scene Personnel, Investi-
gators, and Aviation Unit, as well as

agents with the Florida Department of Z

Law Enforcement.

RBC Finco awards students for

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design, and creative craft.

“In addition, several public works
heavy machinery operators worked many
long hours to assist in this recovery.

“We are thankful we can give closure

~ to her family and now we work toward

the successful prosecution of the people
responsible for her death.”

Public information officer for Cocoa
Police Barbara Matthews said police
have suspects in mind and hope to secure
enough evidence for a Grand Jury Indict-
ment over the next several weeks.

Ms Matthews said forensic examina-
tion will determine how long Miss
Knowles’ body has been underground.

Florida Department of Law Enforce-
ment (FDLE) Resident Agent in Charge
Wayne Ivey said: “The evidence recov-
ered, along with the remains of Darice
Knowles, was the final component need-
ed for charging those responsible for her
murder and bringing justice for her fam-
ily.”

Miss Knowles was reported missing
three months after she went to Florida to

-visit friends in March 2006.

She was the only child of Nassau Tesi-
dents Princess and Mario Knowles.



excellence in art and design, the
Ministry of Education and
RBC Finco have once again
collaborated to showcase the
art work of students from pub-
lic and private schools through-
out the Bahamas.

Students from 10 public
schools, seven private schools,
and the six Family Island
schools began working in early
July to complete and exhibit
their course work at the Sum-
mer Arts Workshops that was
held at the Mall at Marathon.

Minister of Education

‘Desmond Bannister com-
mended RBC Finco for play-
ing such an integral role in the
project, and reminded the stu-
dents that they are the coun-
try’s most precious resource.

He applauded the students
for the quality of their work,
which he indicated could only
have been brought to life
through creativity, discipline,
and the honing of their many
talents and skills.

The minister expressed his
gratitude to art teachers, includ-
ing the programmée’s instruc-
tors; Julie Knowles, Alfred

; Williams, Willard Capron and

Tricene Thurston, who assist-
ed the students in mastering the
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Ministry of Education, who
thanked RBC Finco for their
sponsorship of the event.

She encouraged parents to
nurture and support their chil-
dren’s dreams.



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MEREWORTH LIMITED _

Notice is “hereby given that liquidation of the

| above company commenced on the 6th day of
August, 2010. Credit Suisse Trust Limited of

| Bahamas Financial Centre, Shirley .& . Char-
lotte Streets, PO.Box »N-3023, Nassau, The
Bahamas has been appointed Liquidator of the
Company.~

Credit Suisse ‘Trust Limited
Liquidator

NOTICE

PHYTAI INVESTMENTS INC.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

(a) PHYTAI] INVESTMENTS. INC. is in: voluntary
dissolution under the provisions of Section: 137 (4) of
the International Business Companies Act 2000.

_(b): The: dissolution of the said company commenced. |

on the 06" Augustt, 2010 when the Articles of
Dissolution. were submitted to.and registered by the
- Registrar General.

(c) The Liquidator of the said company is Peter
Leppard of c/o 1 Raffles. Link #05-02 Singapore
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"Dated this 10" day of August A. D. 2010.


























By JOHN ISSA



EVERY year our island
nations, which were former
British colonies, celebrate the
anniversaries of Independence
Day. August 6th was Jamaica’s
turn to celebrate. And one thing
we know how to do well in
Jamaica is to throw a good party.

This got me thinking on what
independence means and what
people understand when they

say they are independent. The .

only conclusion at which I could
arrive is that no one or no coun-
try is really independent.

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That is, not dependent on any
other nation. We are in fact
interdependent and therefore
need to cooperate with those
with whom we are interdepen-
dent for the good of the whole
group, all the while of course
protecting our special interests.

Unfortunately not all mem-

bers of the group are of equal

NOTICE

LOBIVIA LIMITED

NOTIC EIS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

(a) LOBIVIA LIMITED is in voluntary ‘dissolution
under the provisions of Section, 137 (4) of the
International Business Companies Act 2000.

(b) - The dissolution of the said company
commenced on the 4th August, 2010 when
the Articles of Dissolution were:submitted to
and registered by the Registrar General.

(c). The Liquidator of the said company is :

Manex Limited, The Bahamas

inancial

Centre, Shirley & Charlotte Streets, Nassau,

Bahamas

Dated this 10th day of August, A. D. 2010 Nice Pues ins

_. Manex Limited
Liquidator ©



LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION

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

Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 138
(8) of the International Business Companies Act, No.45
‘of 2000, the Dissolution of LMA Investment Fund Ltd.
has been completed, a Certificate of Dissolution has been

_ issued and the Company has therefore been’struck off the ~
Register. The date of completion of the dissolution was

the 24" day of June; 2010:

Alrena Moxey
Liquidator



NOTICE.

SPIRIT LIMITED

NOTIC EIS HEREBY GIVEN as follows:

(a) SPIRIT LIMITED is in voluntary dissolution under
the provisions of Section 137 (4) of the International
Business Companies Act 2000. .

-(b) The dissolution of the said company commenced
on the 06" August, 2010 when the Articles of.
Dissolution were submitted to and registered by the

Registrar General.

(c) The Liquidator of the said company is Diodata
Holdings Ltd. of Wickhams Cay, Tortola, British Virgin.

Islands.

Dated this 10" day of August A. D. 2010... -





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size and influence. This reality
thus requires nimble and astute
positioning on the part of small-
er countries like The Bahamas
and Jamaica in order to attempt
to get a fair deal. In cases where
the largest nations are vying to
spread their influence, we can
benefit. The competition |
between the US and China has ~
resulted in benefits for both
Jamaica and The Bahamas.
However, how does.a country
like Jamaica redress the imbal-
_ance and recover the losses it
incurred and continues to incur
by the fact that three out of
every four Jamaicans with a ter-
tiary education lives and works
outside Jamaica, mostly in the
US, UK and Canada. This fact
also demonstrates the interde-
pendence of these large devel-
oped countries on our smaller
less developed ones.

Our nations could not sur-
vive without direct foreign .
investment and foreigners,

/ another example of interdepen- ~
dence. The examples are obvious
and endless. There are however
odious and evil interdependence
which is not fairly handled.
Criminal enterprise to the north
and south of our island nations




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continue to depend on the use of’
our territories for transacting
their criminal business. These
dealings do great damage to our
societies. In this interdependent
’ world the nations that house

these criminal enterprises should
take full responsibility, financial
and otherwise, for the fight to
end this ugly business. We
should only be required to coop-
erate.

These are just some exam-
ples to support the premise that
we are interdependent nations
and not independent nations.
Once we accept this reality we
will then be in a better position
to fight for the most advanta-
geous result in our dealings with
others in our group.

Maybe the simple expres-
sion “no man is an island” says it

all.




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NOTICE

Napalma Business Ltd,

In Voluntary Liquidation







Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section
138(4) of the International Business Companies Act.
2000, Napalma Business Ltd. is in dissolution as of
August 3, 2010.





















' International Liquidator Services Inc. situated at 3rd
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Belize is the Liquidator.

LIQUIDATOR

LEGAL NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION

International Business Companies Act
== (N45 Of 2000)

In Voluntary Liquidation



Notice is hereby given in accordance with Section 138
(8) of the International Business Companies Act, No. 45
of 2000, the Dissolution of NICE MANAGEMENT
COMPANY LIMITED has been completed, a Certifi-
cation of Dissolution has been issued and the Company
has therefore been ‘struck off: the register. The date of
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Bodyguard claims Anna Nicole
Smith's boyfriend supplied drugs

By LINDA DEUTSCH
AP Special

Correspondent

LOS ANGELES (AP) —
Anna Nicole Smith's body-
guard testifie¢ Friday that he
saw her boyfiiend and a psy-
chiatrist supply the Playboy
model with drugs as she
slipped into addiction in the
months before her overdose
death.

Smith would take 20 pills
at a time, including Valium,
Maurice Brighthaupt testified.

He also said he sometimes
saw Smith's boyfriend, defen-
dant Howard K. Stern, give
her the pills from a dish she
kept by her bed.

"She was a hurt lady,"
Brighthaupt said.

Stern, Dr. Sandeep Kapoor
and Dr. Khristine Eroshevich
have pleaded not guilty to
conspiring to supp, Smith

with vast amounts of powerful-

opiates and: sedatives. They
are not charged with causing
her death.

Brighthaupt testified that
Eroshevich, who was Smith's
psychiatrist, would travel from
Los Angeles to the Bahamas
to bring prescription medica-
tion to Smith. :

| Medication

He saw Smith being inject-
ed with drugs and swigging
from a bottle of chloral
hydrate, a powerful sleeping
medication that Eroshovich
delivered, the bodyguard said.

Brighthaupt, a Miami fire-
fighter and paramedic, unsuc-
cessfully tried to revive the
39-year-old Smith as she lay

lifeless in a Hollywood, Fla., -

hotel room in February 2007.

Brighthaupt provided secu-
rity for Smith on and off for
three years and said the mod-
el used drugs almost from the
day he was hired in 2003.

"Anna had a bag of meds
she would take with her," he

' said.







MAURICE BRIGHTHAUPT, a bodyguard who goes by ‘Big Moe’,

arrives into Los Angeles Superior Court on-Friday. (AP)

After she took the medica-
tion, he said, "she was tired a
lot. She would sleep a lot. But
when she was. up, she was a
happy, fun-loving young lady
who liked the attention and
enjoyed her fans."

Smith would prepare for
awards show appearances by
downing pills with expensive
champagne, he said.

She became visibly
impaired and in 2004, "I
remember once having to car-
ry her onto the bus because
she couldn't ~~ walk,"
Brighthaupt said.

Brighthaupt often tried to
discourage her from taking so
much medicine. ‘

"That was my job — to

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protect her from herself," he
said.

Despite her drug use, Smith
remained intelligent and "you
couldn't put nothing over on
her," he added. "She wasn't
just sitting there popping
pills."

Brighthaupt said Smith
slipped into massive drug use
after her 20-year-old son,
Daniel Smith, died in Sep-
tember 2006.1

Eventually, she spent most
of her time in bed sleeping
and resisted his efforts to get
her up to exercise.

She only brightened when
her baby daughter, Dan-
nielynn, was brought to her,
Brighthaupt added.



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JAMAICAN lawbreakers
and deportees are using the
Bahamas as a launching pad to
break into the United State on
go-fast boats, according to
reports.

It is claimed that go-fast boats

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to the Bahamas from where he
had hoped to get into the US
undetected, it was reported. He
was arrested by Jamaican police
and now awaits trial in a New
York federal prison on charges of
running a massive drug ring from
his Tivoli slum in Jamaica.

The claims appeared in a

probe by the Jamaican Sunday
Observer. Jamaican Deputy
Commissioner of Police Glen-
more Hinds told the newspaper:
“We have been aware for some-
time now that Jamaicans, not
only deportees, have been using
the Bahamas as a transit point
to the USA.

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The second traffic fatality in two days.

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Bahama, turned himself in immediately fol-
lowing the accident on the advice of family
members.

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and is expected to be arraigned later this week.

Ms Whyte, who lived off’Dean Street, was
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where most of her family — including her parents
— still live.

Traffic statistics indicate 13 of the 24 traffic

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Eleuthera, two in Abaco and one Sacn in
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Bahamas’ junior
tennis team ©
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2 : | in El Salvador...

2010 See page 10

“We were





TUESDAY, AUGUST




10,





"The Natural’ to square off

after almost three years

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

Imost three years

since his last ‘fight,

Freeman ‘The Nat-

ural’ Barr will be

returning to the

ring. He is scheduled to appear at

the Charlotte Harbor Center in Pun-
ta Gorda, Florida, on August 31.

Although his opponent has not

yet been named by his long-time

promoter/manager/trainer Steve

Canton, 36-year-old Barr said he is
rejuvenated to be fighting again.

“T should have a little bit of rust

because I haven’t been in action for .

a while,” said Barr yesterday in an
exclusive interview with Tribune
Sports from his home in Naples,
Florida...

“But I don’t think it would affect
me that much. As far as my energy is
concerned, I feel better than I felt
over 10 years ago. But I know I will
be rusty because J haven’t fought in
about four years.” ;

The five-foot; nine and-a-half inch
orthodox fighter will be returning
as a light heavyweight on the Brady
Productions, operated by former

_ National Football League (NFL)
player Jeff Brady.

' “J was really trying to get a pro-
moter. Now I have a promoter and
he’s giving me the opportunity to
get in shape and do what I have to
do to get ready for the fight,” Barr
said.

“He told me that once I can get in
a couple of fights, he probably could
get me a world title fight in the
future. So I’m looking forward to
fighting at least two more times this
year in October and December.”

The native of Andros has pro-
duced a 28-4 win-loss record with
15 knockouts during a 20-plus career
that he spent with Canton after he

| Boxing club stages another
Power Punch Invitational _

CHAMPION Amateur

- Chevron King won a



GETTIN’ READY: Freeman ‘The Natural’ Barr gets strapped up for training with his

trainer/manager Steve Canton.

left the Bahamas in 1994;

Canton, the organiser of the SJC
Boxing Club, said it has been an
uphill battle for both of them, but
they have agreed to stick together.

“He was sick and was out for
about two years,” said. Canton as he
explained Barr’s hiatus from the
sport. “When he got back, he got
two wins and then he was guaran-
teed.a top ranking, but nobody who
was in the rankings wanted to fight
him. We couldn’t get a fight with
Roy Jones or Antonio Tarver or
Jean Pascal. We went down the list
with everybody and they all said no.

Boxing Club staged another
Power Punch Invitational at
Wulff Road Boxing Club on
Saturday.

Ray Minus Jr, president
.and coach of the, club, said
they will continue the compe-
tition until August 14 when

they, are slated to host the
Simpson Penn Boxing Club. ,

Among those present for
Saturday’s show were
Wellington Miller, president
of the Amateur Boxing Fed-
eration of the Bahamas and
George Turner, secretary gen-
eral. aN

Results of the matches
posted are as follows:

- Adolpus Maycock won a
third-round decision over
Kenzell Armbrister



third-round decision over °
Deonta Tinker

- Jovon Munroe won a
third-round TKO over Jeron
Russell

- Adolphus Maycock won
a third-round decision over
Deonta Tinker

In exhibition matches:

- Lenzel Rahming compet-
ed with Dominic Butler in a
three-round match

- Javano Collins and Lester
Brown competed in a three-
round match

- Javno Collins and Keron
Knowles competed in a three-
round match

¢ The club’s next boxing
show is scheduled for August
28 with ‘Lionheart’ Boxing»
Club.

Then I got.sick for about two

months and IJ almost died. I wasn’t

supposed to make it, but I did.”
During the time that Canton was

on thé mend, he*noted that Barr:

kept the gym open in Fort Myers
every day after he finished his elec-
trical job in Naples.

“After I got well, he was coming :

in the gym two or three times a week

just trying to maintain his weight,

but nobody would give him a
chance,” Canton said.

“His reputation didn’t allow him
to ‘get any fights. The other guys
doing the shows didn’t want to gam-



ble by having him come on their
show and beat their fighter. So we
couldn’t get him a fight.”

Last year, however, Canton said

Brady brought his son to the gym
to train and after he got to know
Barr, he decided to get his promo-
tional license, formed the Brady Pro-
ductions and decided to provide
Barr the opportunity to return to
the ring,
__ “When you have a fighter who is a
good fighter and you have money
invested in them, you really don’t
want to give them a fighter who they
feel. can beat your fighter,” Canton
said.

“So because Freeman was such a

- good fighter, nobody wanted to take

the gamble on him when they felt
they had so many other fighters they
could fight.”

’ But Canton said he was pleased to

see that Barr never gave up. He con-_.

sistently stayed in the-gym training,
anxiously waiting for his chance to
get back into the ring. :

“T think he still has a good chance

to win a world title,” Canton said.
“He’s, never taken a beating in the
ring. He has fought some good fight-
ers.-Now it’s time for him to get to
the next level.

“So we will see what he looks like
with some tune up fights and then
after this, he should be able to get
back into the ratings and hopefully
he.can get an opportunity to fight
somebody out there.”

For Barr, returning to Punta Gor-
da to fight is like fighting in his back-
yard where he has developed a large
following of fans. So Barr said he’s
even more eager to get back into
the ring. _°
. Gomeo Brennen, a former
Bahamian boxing champion, is
expected to be a special guest at the
fight. The resident of Florida was
recently inducted into the Florida
Hall of Fame.

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like a real
family...

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

DURING a decade and-a-
half span that the Budweiser
Eagles dominated the New
Providence Softball Associa-
tion’s fast-pitch league,
Tyrone Wood played a piv-
otal role.

Wood, known to many as
‘Ron or Figure,’ was a tal-
ented outfielder who hit the
ball with consistency in help-
ing the Eagles to win at least
10 NPSA titles and-almost

- the same amount of

Bahamas Softball Federa-
tion national crowns.

On Sunday morning, the
51-year-old who continued
to display his skills asa .
member of the Bahamasair
slowpitch team in the
Bahamas Government
Departmental Softball Asso-
ciation and Colina Imperial
in the Banker’s League,
passed away. ,

Philip ‘Sparrow’ Saunders,
the long-time manager and
mentor of the Eagles’ squad,
said from the time Wood
came to Nassau from
Eleuthera, they were able to
develop a bond that tran-
scended the playing field.

“He was a good player.
He always could hit. He
always had power. But his .

. defensive skills got better

when he played with us,”
Saunders said.

“He always came to me
and said ‘man, I need to
start playing regularly,’”
Saunders recalled. “So I told
him to just improve your
defensive skill and once you
improve, you will play.

“Tt didn’t take him long
before he did that and he

was out there playing regu- ~

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larly. He always developed
into a person who likes.to.
win. He was winning for so
long that I don’t think he ~
knew what it meant to lose.”

Although Budweiser no
longer existed, miany of the
members of the Eagles.
stayed together and are now
playing with the Commando
Security Truckers, managed
by Perry Seymour.

«. At one time, Saunders
said Wood told Seymour in
his presence that “the things
your players are doing, we
couldn’t do under Sparrow.”

“One thing he reminded
him was that I would party
with them, but when it was
time for the game, I was
serious.”

According to Saunders,
his ability to make the sepa-
ration was what was able to
help them to develop a close
family-type relationship off
the field. _

“We trusted each other.
Whenever we went to
Eleuthera, his parents were
like my parents,” Saunders
stated. “We spent a lot of
time together.

“We talked a lot about

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ON FORM: U14 B Consolation Singles finalist Treajh Ferguson returns

Bahamas’ junior tennis team performs
exceptionally well in El Salvador

with a backhand.





THE Bahamas’ junior ten-
nis team performed excep-
tionally well at the 2010 JITIC
held in El Salvador, Central
America, July 30 to August
6

where countries in the region
showcase their best young tal-
ent, is a closed tournament
for under 14 and under 16
tennis players from Central
America and the. Caribbean
only..This

Leading the way for the
Bahamas and dominating the
competition in their age
group was our under 14 boys
team of Justin Roberts, Chris-
tian Cargill, Rasheed Carey
and Treajh Ferguson.

The Bahamas placed three
out of four boys in the main
draw after the round robin of
competition and three out of
four in the semifinals, guar-
anteeing at least one Bahami-

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GOOD JOB: Dominique Mortier and lesha Shepard congratulate the
doubles team from Puerto Rico after losing the first round match in
straight sets.

Justin Roberts, the number
one ranked COTECC U14
Boys for 2009, clinched the
championship for U14 Boys
when he defeated Peter
Bertran (DOM) in three

_ tough sets 6-1, 0-6, 7-5.

At one point in the second
set and part of the third set,
Roberts lost nine straight
games before regaining his
momentum and winning sev-
en of the last nine games to
seal the victory.

. Christian Cargill sealed the
3rd spot when he defeated
doubles partner Rasheed

Carey 4-2, 2-4, 4-0, Carey had -

to settle for the 4th spot
despite having one of the top
records coming out of round
robin play.

Rounding out the U14
Boys’ outstanding perfor-
mance was Treajh Ferguson,
the lone U14 player not to
make the main draw. He did
his damage in the consolation
round where he played in the
finals and lost to Antonio
Gomez (CRC) 4-4, 3-0 ret.

U14 Boys finished first,
third and fourth in the main
draw singles and Treajh in

second place in the consola- -

tiondraw. oa

The U16 Boys Was led by
Kevin Major, who advanced
to the semifinals in the main
draw and lost to eventual
champion from Mexico 6-2,
6-3. Kevin finished 4th overall
in the Boys U16 division.

Newcomer to JITIC Jody
Turnquest played exception-

ally well in the round robin,

going undefeated and getting
a 5th seed in the main draw
but lost to finalist Gian Issa
(SUR) 6-3, 6-1 in the second
round.

Rounding out the U16

Boys main draw participants’

was Hubert Russell who lost
in the second round of the
main draw to.Alberto Alver-




ado (ESA) ‘6-1, 5-1 ret.
The fourth member of the
U16 Boys team Kevaughn

_Ferguson played in the con-

solation draw and lost in the
finals to Alvero Riveros
(CRC) 4-2, 4-2.

U16 boys finished in the
following positions; Kevin
Major 4th, Jody Turnquest
15th, Hubert.Russell 16th and
Kevaughn Ferguson 26th
overall.

Danielle Thompson, the
lone representative in the
U16 Girls, advanced to the
main draw, lost her first
round match to Ledis Moli-
na (ESA) 6-1, 6-3 and fin-
ished in 11th position over-
all.

The U14 Girls did really
well considering two of the
four players were making
their JITIC debut and had not
played this level of competi-
tion before.

Erin Strachan, Gabriella
Bowe and Dominique Morti-
er all advanced to the main
draw with youngster Iesha
Shepard playing in the con-
solation round.

The final positions for our
U14 Girls'were; Erin Stra-
chan 8th; Gabreilla Bowe
10th respectively in the main
draw, Dominique Mortier 6th
in the main draw consolation
and Iesha Shepard was 13th
in consolation.

Team coach Bradley Bain
said it was a great perfor-
mance by the team overall,
but he noted that the U14
Boys showed that they are
clearly the best in the region
following a third place finish
in the World Junior Champi-
onships Qualifying Event in
Boca Raton, Florida and win-

ning the Pre-Qualifying

World Junior Championships
in Trinidad and Tobago in
April, 2010. “What a year,”
he said.

FROM page 1B

everything. We painted each
other’s house. We would get
together and fix it up and we

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CYCLING _.

MAJOR WINS

TWO MEDALS

JAY Major was sched-
uled to return home with
the remainder of the
Bahamas Cycling Federa-
tion’s national team as a
double medallist at the Sth

‘Youth Caribbean Cycling
Championships in Aruba.

Major, leading the
Bahamas’ four-man team,
collected the gold in the
road race on Sunday to add
to the silver in the individ-
ual time trial that took place
Saturday. _

It was an historic perfor-
mance for Major as it was
the first time that a Bahami-
an has won the junior
regional title.

In the road race, Major
clocked one hour, 43:29:152
seconds to take the victory.
Team-mate Anthony ‘Big-
gie’ Colebrooke was fifth in
1:46:49.881 and Roy Cole-
brooke Jr was 21st-in
2:09:38.796.

And in the individual
time trial, Aruba’s Joel

-Dirksz took first place in
25.45. Major was second in
26.25. Anthony Colebrooke
was 21st in 31.20 and Roy
-Colebrooke Jr was 23rd in
34.52. The team was man-
aged by Barron ‘Turbo’
Musgrove and Jeff Major
was the coach. + |

BASEBALL

BBF SENDS

CONDOLENCES

CRAIG ‘Salty’ Kemp,
president of the Bahamas
Baseball Federation (BBF),
has extended condolences
on behalf of his executive
committee and the mem-
bership to the family of the
late Tyrone ‘Ron’ Wood,
who played: with the But-
tons Formal Wear baseball
team.

“Ron and I recently had a
long discussion on the posi-
tive development of base-
ball in the country and he
expressed how he was
extremely delighted to see
the progress the federation
was having,” Kémp said.

“Ron and J just. complet-
ed the first round of the
Bankers League playoffs
where his Colina team was
victorious due to his. lead-.
ership. I can also recall the
years we competed against
each other on the Senior
League Baseball Circuit. I
played with the Dudley
Panthers against his But-
tons Formal Wear and TBS
‘Truckers. Ron, you will be
sadly missed. Rest in peace

_ my brother.”



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skills that he possessed.

“He was a good defensive
player, but because he liked
to win so much, he became a
good pitcher,” Saunders
said. “The pitcher normally
dominates the game and one
what he could do that is to
pitch.”

The Eagles’ perennial
pitching kingpin Richard
‘the Lion-Heart’ Johnson
was just as shocked as Saun-
ders when he heard the
news about his departed
friend, whom he grew up
with in Eleuthera.

“T thought Ron was in
good health. J hadn’t seen
him in a couple of months,
but the last time I saw him,
he was playing ball then,”
Johnson said.

“J kind of figured that he
was taking care of his body
and doing the kind of things
that he needed to do to be
healthy. So it was really a
shock for me.”

Since the time they were - -

youngsters, Johnson said he
and Wood were friends,
having attended Winder-
mere High School together
in Savannah Sound.

When they travelled to
Nassau, Johnson said while

while Wood held his own on
the outfield. ,

“We also played against
each other. At one point, he
played with the Outlaws and
I played with Austin
Knowles. So our parts
always crossed.”

Johnson, who is now back
home in Eleuthera where
he’s working at the Bank of
Nova Scotia’s office, said to
lose any friend is hard, but
when it’s someone that
you've known all your life,
it’s even harder.

“Whenever we saw each
other, it was just like we had
just spoken to each other
last week or yesterday,” he
insisted. “That was the kind
of person that we were and
the friendship that we had.
We were like brothers.”

Their close relationship
came to the point that both
Johnson and Wood stood as
“godfathers” for each oth-
er’s children.

“That was just the type of
atmosphere that we cultivat-
ed with each other,” he
added. “That not only
stayed in softball, but it
stayed with us throughout
our lives. He made sure that
we did a lot of things togeth-
er.
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Director of Public Prosecutions yesterday.



Nine-person protest
on Director of Public
Prosecutions’ first day

FROM page one:

Director of Public Prosecutions in Bermuda,
has arrived in the country in the midst of
controversy over the question of whether
the decision to appoint her — rather than a
Bahamian, or in particular, former Deputy
Director of Public Prosecutions Cheryl Grant
Bethel—-was appropriate.

Mrs Grant Bethel has filed legal action
calling for a judicial review of the process
which saw Mrs Graham-Allen formerly
appointed to the top prosecuting role.

Yesterday morning a group of Bahami-
ans describing themselves as the “Committee
for Empowerment and Justice” took the
opportunity of Mrs Graham-Allen’s first day
on the job to rail against her appointment
outside the Office of the Attorney General.

The group comprised of nine people —
including former PLP South Beach con-
stituency candidate Wallace Rolle, and aspir-
ing PLP candidate Ricardo Smith — waving
placards on the theme of “Bahamas for
Bahamians” and shouting at the Office of the
Attorney General through a loudspeaker.

The protest started at around 11.20am and

continued until shortly after midday. Mr
Rolle vowed to continue the demonstrations
on,a daily basis until Mrs Graham-Allen
decides to Jeave the post.

Speaking with The Tribune following the -

demonstration, acting Permanent Secretary
Leroy Sumner said that while she was aware
of what had.gone on outside the office that
morning, Mrs Graham-Allen was “not

phased” by it and had been “well received” -

by the “highly professional” staff of. the
Office of the Attorney General” upon arrival
that morning. .

Mr Sumner said Mrs Graham-Allen had
already started the process of “working
through policy positions” on issues such as
the case backlog with the staff at the Depart-
ment.

“She’s here to do a job and she’ s started to
do the job and I think she will do well over
the course of time,” said Mr Sumner.
“There’s no indication in the office at all of
any animosity or of any eerie feeling towards
her so I think she is very happy,” he added.

He said the small group of protesters “will
not distract the: Attorney General and the
Office of the Attorney General from pro-



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PLACARD PROTEST: Aspiring PLP candidate
Ricardo Smith at the protest yesterday.

ceeding with making sure that the new Direc-
tor is in place and commences work.”

Denying that their demonstration was a .
political stunt, Mr Rolle and Mr Smith main-

tain that there was no need to appoint a
non-Bahamian Director of Public Prosecu-
tions. They challenged the Government to
reveal the total.value of Mrs Graham-
Allen’s contract, including salary and oth-
ers benefits.

“This is not about Cheryl Grant. Bethel
this is about the Bahamas for Bahamians.
There are over 1,000 lawyers at the Bahamas
Bar. We’ve got a Bahamian prime minister,
and a Bahamian attorney general, why can’t
we have a Bahamian Director of Public Pros-

-ecutions?” said Mr Rolle.

. Mr Smith said that “after 37 years of
nationhood it is time for (Bahamians) to
take responsibility for ourselves” and “stop
running to foreigners.”

“J have no information that is available
to me that will say that Cheryl Grant Bethel
is not a good fit and proper person to be in
that office,” said the political hopeful.

Meanwhile, Mrs Grant Bethel told The
Tribune that she plans to go to the Office of
the Attorney General and introduce herself
to Mrs Graham Allen in short order.



‘Breakthrough’
in investigation
celebrated

FROM a one

of Police Glenn Miller said police do not believe politics

Motivated the burglaries at the Magistrate’s Court on
July 3, the Passport Office on July 8, the Road Traffic
Department on July 17, and the Immigration Office in
Hawkins Hill on August 3.

And police have not linked these break-ins with the
burglary at Supreme Court Senior Justice Jon Isaacs’
office last month in which personal items were stolen.
from his chambers and thieves left the message “The
PLP must win the next election, all FNM must die”
scrawled across the door along with the drawing of a
gun.

Mr Miller and Mr Fernander also denied any sensitive
information or paperwork was stolen in the government
office burglaries.

Mr Fernander said: “We suspect they were after cash
revenue as the courts would collect money in the
evenings, the passport office generates money, and its the »
same with Road Traffic and Immigration.

“These fellas are organised; they. do their homework.

“And we want to send a strong message to the criminals
out there that they will be caught, placed before the
courts, and put in Fox Hill prison where they belong.”

He commended officers involved in the investigation
and thanked people in the community who came for-
ward with information.

Police are now working with government officials at the
targeted offices to improve security as investigations
continue to recover stolen goods and cash.




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Ranfurly ‘still in dire need of help’

Plea comes after movie stars raise $10,000 fer home

By REUBEN SHEARER
Tribune Staff Reporter
rshearer@tribunemedia.net










DESPITE the generous and much appreciated flood of
donations from local businesses, non-profit groups and even
movie stars, the Ranfurly Home for Children is still in dire
need of help, orphanage president Alexandra Maillis-Lynch
told The Tribune yesterday.

In May the home’s board of directors reported a signifi-
cant drop in donations, which, coupled with a reduction in
government funding, had threatened its partial closure.

The public responded immediately with a round of dona-

tions totalling more than $3,000 and an anonymous donor
promised to match whatever amount could be raised. Help
came in from all sectors of the public, including from a
young girl who saved up her lunch money to donate it to less
fortunate children.
_ The home got another huge boost over the weekend
when the young stars of Standing Ovation, this summet’s hit
teen movie, performed a live show in Nassau to coincide with
the local launch of the film, which raised $10,000.

This means that so far, $26,000 has been raised for the
home, which provides shelter to orphaned, abused, neglect-
ed and abandoned children.

The teen stars, led by their musical director Sal Dupree —
himself an orphan — are not happy to let the matter rest
there though, and have committed to buying 40 new mat-
tresses for the home. '

After their performance at the British Colonial Hilton, the
casts challenged 13 persons or organisations to each match
their $10,000 so that a total of $130,000 can be raised for the
home.







Appreciative STAR PERFORMANCE: THE young stars of Standing Ovation, this summer's hot musical movie for tweens and teenagers, raised $10,000 for the Ran-

. te Home Lambe with a ae live show in Nassau over the weekend. The performers, who took to the a0 in the British Colonial Hilton’s

amin : anfur overnor’s Ballroom, are now challenging 13 persons or organisations to each match that sum so that a total of $130,000 can be raised for the home

The a trators and children of the R Hy Epi ats which presently houses 33 boys and girls. Standing Ovation, which is currently playing at Galleria Cinemas, is the story of two groups of students :

vying for a $1 million prize.

most appreciative of this generosity, but Mrs Maillis-Lynch
pointed out that the amount raised so far will only keep the
facility running for about a month.

They are therefore willing to consider any scheme that
may raise more money. :

“We are open to persons taking initiative, and teaching a
dance class here, or donating money for entertainment
opportunities, at Galleria Cinemas, and other wholesome
activities,” said Mrs Lynch.

One of the biggest hurdles facing the home is the astro-
nomical electricity bill — sometimes as high as $4,000 a
month. :

The Ranfurly Home houses 33 children, meaning at least
eight loads of clothes are washed and ironed every day.

Mrs Lynch said: “We’ve had people come in to advise us
on our electricity bill, but they couldn’t find the problem.
This has forced the home to consider other methods of
energy to reduce costs.”

Last year, the government provided $60,000 towards the
operational costs of the home, which are usually about
$300,000 a year, primarily for food and electricity.

The government, also feeling the economic pinch over the
last two years, decided to drop its contribution by $5,600.

Certain areas of the home are also in dire need of reno-
vation, and skilled volunteers are always welcome.

“Anybody who has a skill that they can bring forward,
please present it to us,” said Mrs Lynch.

Several people have answered this call, including a uni-
versity student who volunteered at the home during her
summer break. ;

“These are the children of the Bahamas. How we respond
to them says a lot about who we are as a people,” said Ms

Lynch. “Even in the midst of our problems there are people [ pia 5 a ue z :
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Tourism minister on

AUGUST 10,

Abaco power woes

By CHESTER ROBARDS,
Business Reporter
crobards@tribunemedia.net

THE MINISTER of
Tourism and Aviation told

Tribune Business yesterday

he is confident that Abaco’s
attractiveness as a destina-
tion will not be superseded
by its recent two-month
power woes which flattened
the island’s tourism product.

\ Vincent Vanderpool-Wal-.

lace said while the good
news is that the power, out-
ages on the island have been
corrected with the introduc-
tion of three new generators,

he suggested;there-is.no-pub-——- X

lic relations fix for the prob-
lem that drove a mass.of
tourists off the island and
kept many more away for
almost two months.

Mr Vanderpool-Wallace
said there has been a specif-
ic case from the island where
wedding parties booked
have had to be turned away
because of the inconsisten-
cies in power transmission.

“We understand those
specific cases,” he'said.

According to him, this
troubling tourism period for
the island has been nothing
except the “a bad period
with regard to power”.

However, when the smoke
cleared, some resort owners
were said they had lost
$100,000 in cancellations and

another $100,000 in refunds.

Mr Vanderpool-Wallace

said his office has heard from
a number of resort property
owners in Abaco who say
they are taking their losses
up with the Bahamas Elec-
tricity Corporation.
*. Some Abaco businesses
told this paper recently that
brownouts, blackouts and
fried equipment cost their
businesses to decrease by 50
per cent. On the other hand,
one hardware store said
commercé was flowing
because of it. |

And though some busi-




PRODUCT CONFIDENT: Minister of Tourism and Aviation Vincent _

Vanderpool-Wallace.

nesses were able to stay in
business by use of genera-
tors, one generator user said
the cost to fuel those gener-
ators was far more per hour
than using BEC’s supply.
Tom Hazel, general man-

ager of the Hope Town

Lodge, said he was con-
cerned that the hurricane
supply of diesel recently
bought for his property’s
1,000 kilowatt generator,

would be depleted because .

of the power'cuts. .
Mr Hazel said while the
power cuts were extremely

vexing for his guests, he saw .

some returns as those
tourists who were not leav-
ing Hope Town flocked to
his establishment when the
power cuts robbed them of
the ability to cook them-
selvesameal. .

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cuts seem to be coming to
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electric utility pushes for-
ward on the completion of a
new power plant expected
to be operational by year
end.



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operators hope
Baha Mar gets"
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By CHESTER ROBARDS
Business Reporter

crobards@tribunemedia.net ;

ater. sports
operators are
already think-
ing about
what will become of them
when Baha Mar is complet-
ed, one seasoned vendor told
Tribune Business yesterday,

while Baha Mar officials say .

they haven’t given the activi-
ty end of the development
any thought as yet.

Renwick Rolle, president
of JR Action Water Sports,
said he and the other vendors
who service the Baha Mar
properties, are hoping for the
government to give the pro-
ject a green light.

According to him, if the
project can generate the kind
of occupancies its developers

. hope to achieve, it will be an
‘amazing increase in business

for the 10 or more jetski,
parasail and boat rental oper-
ators who make their living
on Baha Mar’s shores.

“We hope it goes through,”
said Mr Rolle.

With business down close
to 70 per cent due to the eco-
nomic downturn last: year, and
the Wyndham Nassau Resort
and Crystal Palace Casino
closing again this year to low-
er operational costs, the oper-
ators have been scaling down
their operations to suit the
depressed market.

“Because of the economy,
it has been up and down, up
and down - it has been dras-
tic,” said Mr Rolle. “Baha

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He added
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beach so
that each

receives a
fair shot at
receiving a
share. of
business.

Mr Rolle
said while
business has
been slow,
and will slow down even more
when the Wyndham closes
from August 23 and October
5, the rotation on the beach
continues to be respected. He
said the hotel even tries to
encourage their guests to
patronise the water sports
vendors on their beach.

But the vendors are hoping
they are not left behind when
the Baha Mar development
is complete, and that its exec-

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‘utive team will honour the

organisation and the working
relationship they enjoy today.

Robert “Sandy” Sands, vice
president of external affairs
for Baha Mar, said while his

-organisation has not yet

broached the issue of the ven-
dors as a part of the develop-
ment’s final product, “we will
certainly have to address it”.

Mr Sands said Baha Mar
has thus far only focused its

resources on the develop-.

mental side of the project,
which could get started by
year end.

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people that they bring here,”
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of the hottest months in US
history. .

The fast-food giant posted

. its biggest monthly increase

in ‘more than a year in an
important US sales figure as
US as the fast-food chain's
new fruit smoothies and ice-
cold frappes got a warm
reception from customers.

The increase shows just
how much the behemoth is
outpacing its competitors as
customers keep flocking to
the world's largest hamburger
chain while competitors post
anemic US sales. Shares
touched an all-time high Mon-
day morning.

"They were pretty impres-
sive results," said Morningstar
restaurant analyst R J Hot-
tovy. "It just shows that the
smoothies product has been
a big win for the company and
a big hit among consumers.
They did well with the timing
of the product."

July sales at restaurants
open at least 13 months
climbed 5.7 per cent — the
biggest monthly increase since
it recorded a 6.1 per cent gain
in April 2009. At the same
time, the National Weather
Service said the month was

one of the hottest on record
nationwide, shatterring
records in many East Coast
cities,

Overall, McDonald's Corp.
said the sales measure rose
seven per cent around the
globe and outpaced expecta-
tions. It climbed 5.3 per cent
in Europe and 10.1 per cent in
the rest of the world.

‘The figure is considered an
important gauge of a restau-
rant chain's performance
because it excludes the effects
of restaurants that open'or
close during the year.

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McDonald's said US con-
sumers flocked to its roughly
14,000 restaurants during the
month, seeking its new drinks
that are part of the restaurant
chain's rapidly expanding bev-
erage lineup.

In addition to the highly
profitable smoothies, which
launched nationwide in mid-
July and cost a little over $2
for a small, and frappes, cus-
tomers also sought out the
company's value meals.

It's those type of menu
items that have kept McDon-
ald's a step ahead of com-
petitors in-recent years, par-
ticularly in the US where its
value menu helped insulate it
from much of the economic
weakness that hurt Burger
King Corp. and

hot July

Wendy's/Arby's Group Inc.

Even the company's stock
price has shown steady gains
— climbing about nine per
cent in the past two years.
That compares with a 13 per
cent decrease in the S&P 500
during the same period and
even larger declines by: the
other two restaurants.

And the company has

' raised its dividend every year

since 1976 and is expected to
raise it again this year. The
company has boosted the cash
payout in'the fall for the past
three years.

R W Baird analyst David
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a research note Monday that
based on the fast food chain's
strong July figures, he is
boosting his earnings forecast.

He now expects the com-
pany to earn $1.24 per share
in the third quarter, up from
his earlier estimate of $1.23
per share, the same figure
expected by Wall Street ana-
lysts.

McDonald's is based in the

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Brook, Ill. It has more than

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world in 100 countries.

Its shares rose to an all-time |
high Monday, climbing to
$73.33 before falling off slight-
ly.
But midday, shares were up
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52wk-Hi - Highest closing price in last 52 weeks
52wk-Low - Lowest closing price in last 52 weeks

Royal Fidelity Int'l Fund - Equities Sub Fund

Previous Close - Previous day's weighted price for daily volume
Today's Close - Current day's weighted price for daily volume

Change - Change in closing price from day to day
Daily Vol. - Number of total shares traded today
DIV $ - Dividends per share paid in the last 12 months

P/E - Closing price divided by the last 12 month earnings

'8) - 4-for-1 Stock Split - Effective Date 8/8/2007
'81) - 3-for-1 Stock Split - Effective Date

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Ask $ - Selling price of Colina and fidelity ,

Last Price - last traded over-the-counter price

Weekly Vol. - Trading volume of the prior week

EPS $ - A company's reported earnings per share for the last 12 mths
NAV - Net Asset Value

N/M - Not Meaningful

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exporter after China, export-
ed goods and services worth

. 86.5 billion euros ($115 bil-

lion) in June, up 3.8 per cent
from the previous month,-the
Federal Statistical Office said.
Exports rose 29 per cent
increase compared with June
2009 and were at the highest
level since October 2008.
The FTSE 100 index of

leading British shares and ©

Germany's DAX both closed
up 1.5 per cent, while the
CAC-40 in France ended 1.7
per cent higher.

Yen’s rapid appreciation
causing concern in Japan
TOKYO — The yén's

rapid appreciation — the dol-

lar is not far from breaking
below November's 15-year
low versus the Japanese cur-
rency — is causing concern in
Japan.

Finance chief Yoshihiko
Noda has warned that the
monetary authorities in
Tokyo are watching develop-
ments in the foreign exchange
markets closely, a hint that
something may be done to
stem the export-sapping
appreciation in the yen.

China said it bought more

‘ Japanese government bonds
than it sold in June for the
sixth-straight month.

._ The yen's rise continued to
harm stocks. The benchmark
Nikkei 225 stock average end-
ed 0.7 per cent lower.

Stocks elsewhere in Asia
mostly rose. Hong Kong's
Hang Seng advanced 0.6 per
cent, the Shanghai Composite
Index rose 0.5 per cent, South
Korea's Kospi gained 0.4 per
cent and _ Australia's
S&P/ASX 200 climbed 0.6 per
cent.

China’s auto market

weakens further in July.

BEIJING — China's auto
market weakened further in
July as rapid sales growth
cools. Sales declined 11.9 per
cent from June to 1.2 million
vehicles, according to the
state-sanctioned China Asso-
ciation of Automobile Manu-

‘facturers. ss
The slowdown is a setback

for global manufacturers such |

as General Motors that are
hoping China will drive sales
as demand elsewhere weak-
ens. Sales are forecast to grow
by 20 per cent this year but
that is down sharply from
2009's breakneck 45 per cent
rise.

India may allow direct

foreign investment

in its stock markets

MUMBAI, India — India
may allow foreign individuals
to invest directly in its stock
markets, said two people
familiar with a new report
prepared for the Ministry of
Finance that recommends
loosening capital controls.

The

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recommendation —

comes as top policymakers
worry that global risk aver-
sion could dampen foreign
capital inflows, which India
needs to fund its widening
current account deficit and
meet credit demand.

Greece's debt crisis,

low consumer demand

force store’s closure

ATHENS,. Greece
Greece's main business asso-
ciation says the debt crisis and
low consumer demand have
forced the closure of one in
seven stores in Athens' main
shopping areas.

e National Confedera-
tion of Greek Commerce, or
ESEE, says clothing and shoe
shops suffered most, while
upmarket areas weathered’
the crisis better than lower
income districts.

Russian PM: Wheat harvest

off more than one third

MOSCOW — Russian
Prime Minister Vladimir
Putin says this year's wheat
harvest will be off more than
a third, down to 60 million
tons.

Last year, the world's third
largest grain exporter har-
vested 97 million tons of
wheat and exported 21.4 mil-
lion tons.

Saudi Arabia approves new

$385bn development plan

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia —
Saudi Arabia has approved a
new $385 billion development
plan, with more than 50 per
cent of it devoted to human
resources.

Economy and Planning
Minister Khaled Al Qosaibi
said the plan, which covers
2010-2014, is 67 per cent larg-
er than the previous, five-year

-plan implemented in the

OPEC powerhouse and the
Arab world's largest econo-
my.
More than half the invest-
ments target developing
human resources, with the
remainder allocated to social
services, the health, telecom-
munications and housing sec-
tors.

It envisages average year-
ly economic growth of 5.2 per
cent.

Britain's major banks

to find ways to boost credit

to small businesses

LONDON — The bosses
of Britain's six major banks
are forming a task force to
find ways to boost credit to
small businesses.

In a letter to the govern-
ment, the executives outline
proposals aimed at stimulat-
ing recovery in the still slug-
gish private sector. |

The creation of the task
force follows criticism that the
banking sector is failing to
encourage lending despite
returning to profit in recent
months.
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 10,




s recovery loses speed,
Fed mulls ways to help

‘By JEANNINE AVERSA
AP Economics Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) —
Federal Reserve policymak-
ers are in a bind: they want
to say and do things that will
energise the economy, but in

doing so they risk making

things worse by sending sig-
nals that the recovery is in
really bad shape.

On Tuesday, Fed Chairman
Ben Bernanke and his col-
leagues on the Federal Open
Market Committee will dis-
cuss whether to take any new
action aimed at stimulating
economic growth.

The pressure to act rose
Friday with the release of
July's disappointing jobs
report. That showed the
unemployment rate stuck at

9.5 per cent and a third
‘ straight month of anemic hir- -

ing from the private sector.

"This was not a report that .

will make anyone happy. As
for the Fed...the members
may decide to do something
to show they are taking
action," said economist Joel
Naroff, president of Naroff
Economic Advisors. —

Economists say Fed offi-
cials have a handful of options
at their disposal, but would
likely consider two options
for perking up the economy:

— Clarify that the Fed will
keep short-term interest rates
at record lows for as long as it
takes to encourage more use
of credit.

— Use the proceeds from
the Fed's investments in mort-
gage securities to buy gov-
ernment debt on a small scale.



SLOW RECOVERY: Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke testifies
before the House Financial Services Committee on Capitol Hill in
Washington. Bernanke and his colleagues are weighing new steps to
invigorate the economy if the recovery shows signs of backsliding.

That could help drive down
long-term interest rates.

Both steps would signal to
markets that money could be
borrowed cheaply for a longer
period of time, giving busi-
nesses and individuals more
confidence to finance major
purchases. Still, economists
doubt how much practical
impact they would have.
Interest rates are already at
historic lows and that hasn't
generated more buying activ-
ity.

A boldér step would be to
restart programmes under-
taken during the financial cri-
sis that involved large-scale
purchasing of mortgage-
backed securities and gov-
ernment debt. .

The aggressive action has
the potential to spur growth
by driving down interest rates
even more, but it comes with
considerable risk. It could rat-

(AP Photo)

tle investors about the health
of the economy and lead to a
sell-off on Wall Street. Pan-
icked financial markets could
prompt businesses and con-
sumers to retreat further.
That could push the country

~ back into recession.

"Such a move is unconven-
tional, and no one knows if it
will work," said Chris Rup-
key, economist at the Bank
of Tokyo-Mitsubishi. If Fed
policymakers’ take such
action, "they risk their credi-
bility," he said.

In 2009 and early 2010, the
Fed bought $1.25 trillion in

mortgage securities, $175 bil-

lion in mortgage debt from
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac,
and $300 billion in govern-
ment debt as part of two cri-
sis-era programmes.

The Fed's focus again on
energizing the recovery is a
shift from earlier this year,

when it was starting to lay out

its "exit strategy" for eventu-

ally boosting interest rates.
In a recent AP Economy

‘ Survey, 76 per cent of econo-
mists said the earliest the Fed -

would boost rates is the spring
of next year. By contrast,
economists in a previous AP
survey released in the spring
thought the earliest rate boost
would come at the end of this
year. ,

There's concern within the:

Fed that another large-scale
effort to stimulate growth
would bulk up the already-

-bloated $2.3 trillion balance

sheet and possibly unleash
inflation risks down the road.

The Fed is more likely to
take the smaller step of using
the proceeds to buy new
mortgage securities or gov-
ernment debt.

That would have limited
impact on interest rates
because the amount of money
involved is small, roughly $10
billion a month.

However, it would send a
signal to Wall Street and
Main Street that the Fed is
open to additional credit-eas-
ing steps. .

At Tuesday's meeting, the

’ Fed is all but certain to leave

its key bank lending rate
between zero and 0.25 per
cent, where it has been since
December 2008.

There's a chance the Fed
could build on its pledge to
hold this rate at record lows
for an “extended period."

That means rates on cer-
tain credit cards, home equity
loans, some adjustable rate
mortgages and other con-

Late summer gas prices look to remain steady

By SANDY SHORE
AP Business Writer

MOTORISTS planning a
late-summer getaway should
find gasoline prices little-
changed through August.

The national average for a

gallon of unleaded gasoline
was $2.774 Monday, accord-
ing to AAA, Wright Express
and _ Oil Price Information
Service. That's about 3.9 cents
higher than a week ago and
13.1 cents higher than a year
ago. ;
An oil price rally caused the
week-over-week increase, but
prices aren't likely to rise
much more because:supplies
are still ample and demand
hasn't improved much, said
Fred Rozell, OPIS retail pric-
ing director. i

"We're still in that funky
period where there's storm

concerns, so any time there is ‘

a hurricane fear you may see
prices jump up," he said. By



PUBLIC NOTICE

the fall when heavy summer
driving wanes, prices should
drop, he added.

In a research report,
Cameron Hanover energy
research agency said gasoline
supplies are about 21.6 per
cent higher than they were
two years ago, while gasoline
reserves are about 6.6 per
cent higher.

It's an indication that oil
traders are basing their pur-
chases and sales more on
technical factors than basic
facts about the market. "If
this market ever does return
to fundamentals, we could be
in for a very steep decline in
prices," the agency said.

Oil prices matched: an
increase in US stock markets
as traders and investors wait-
ed to.see if the Federal
Reserve plans to launch new
economic stimulus pro-
grammes after its Tuesday
meeting. :

The Dow Jones Industrial



INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL
The Public is hereby advised that |, MAVIS MYRTLE
BYFIELD nee CAMPBELL of Nassau, Bahamas intend
to change my name to MAVI MYRTLE JENNINGS
nee CAMPBELL. If there are any objections to this

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



Legal Notice
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT

(No.45 of 2000) :
OBLIX SHIPPING

INTERNATIONAL LIMITED

In Voluntary liquidation

Average rose about 43 points
in midday trading. The NAS-
DAQ and the S&P 500 were

Slightly higher.

Benchmark crude for Sep-
tember delivery rose 78 cents
to settle at $81.23 a barrel on
the New York Mercantile

Exchange. Oil has stayed.

above $80 a barrel for six
straight sessions.

Oil traders have been close-
ly watching the stock markets
to gauge consumer confidence
in the economy, which Fed

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Chairman Ben Bernanke
recently characterized as
“unusually uncertain."

In other Nymex trading in
September contracts, heating
oil rose 0.66 cent to settle at
$2.1538 a gallon, gasoline
gained 0.60 cent to settle at

$2.1187 a gallon and natural.

gas fell 15.8 cents to settle at
$4.309 per 1,000 cubic feet.

In London, Brent crude
added 83 cents to settle at
$80.99 a barrel on the ICE
Futures exchange.

British Colonial Hilton Hotel

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All balls on the system - 30% off
All rings and earrings - 30% off
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P.O.Box EE-15827
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Tel: 242-323-1865

Email: gems-pearls@hotmail.com

Legal Notice

‘

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
(No.45 of 2000)

TAYNOL CORPORATION

In Voluntary liquidation

sumer loans will stay low.
Commercial banks' prime

‘lending rate would stay at

about 3.25 per cent, the lowest.
point in decades.
The Fed also could bolster

its policy statement, echoing

Bernanke's promise to law-

makers last month that the
Fed is "prepared to take fur- |
ther policy actions as need-
ed," said Michael Feroli,
economist at JPMorgan
Chase Bank.

COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2010
IN THE SUPREME COURT CLE/qui/No.
Common Law and Equity Division

IN THE MATTER OF ALL THAT piece parcel
or lot of land situate in the Eastern District of the
Island of New Providence’ in the Fox Hill Area
North of the Creek in Sandilands Village and being
Lot Number 46 on a plan filed in the Department of °
Lands and Surveys in the City of Nassau as Number
5179 NP. | |

AND
IN THE MATTER of the Quieting Titles Act, 1959
AND

IN THE MATTER of the Petition of THOMAS J.
LOVE by virtue of Power of Attorney for THOMAS
L. LOVE

NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that Thomas J. Love is .
applying tothe Supreme Court of the Commonwealth
of the Bahamas to have his title to the following
land investigated under Section 3 of the Quieting ©
Titles Act 1959 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: |

“ALL THAT piece parcel or lat of land situate in the
Eastern District of the Island of New Providence in
the Fox Hill Area North of the Creek in Sandilands
Village and being Lot Number 46 on a plan filed in
the Department of Lands and Surveys in the City of |
Nassau as Number 5179 N.P.”

A plan of the said land may be inspected during
normal working hours at the following places:

The Registry of the Supreme Court of Nassau,
Bahamas;

The Chambers of Lockhart & Co.,-No. 35 Buen
Retiro ‘Road, Off Shirley, Street, Nassau, The
Bahamas.

Notice is hereby given that any person having a
‘dower or right of dower or an adverse claim or
a claim not recognized in the said Petition shall
on or before the expiration of thirty (30) days
after the final publication of these presents file in
the Registry of the Supreme Court and serve on
the Petitioner or the undersigned a Statement of
his Claim in the prescribed form verified by an
Affidavit to be filed therewith. Failure of any such
person to file and serve a Statement of his Claim on —
or before the expiration of thirty (30) days after the
final publication of these presents shall operate as a
bar to such claims.

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Sec-
tion 138 of the International Business Companies
Act No. 45 of 2000, TAYNOL CORPORATION, has
been dissolved and, struck off the Register accord-
ing to the Certificate of Dissolution issued by the

Registrar General on the 31st day of May, 2010.

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Sec-

tion 138 of the International Business Companies
Act No. 45 of 2000, OBLIX SHIPPING INTERNA-
TIONAL LIMITED, has been dissolved and struck off
the Register according to the Certificate of Disso-
lution issued by the Registrar General on the 23rd
day of June, 2010.

Lockhart & Co.
Chambers
35 Buen Retiro Road
Off Shirley Street

Mr. Luis Maria Pineyrua Pittaluga
Nassau, Bahamas

Ruta 8, Km. 17.500, Local 115 A,
CP 91.600 Montevideo,
Uruguay
Liquidator

Mayo Secretaries Limited,
Akara Building, 24 De Castro Street,
Wickhams Cay I, Road Town, Tortola, BVI
Liquidator

Attorneys for the Petitioner





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vite bite

Overcoming an

angry vagina

“SO many women underesti-
mate the role and power of their
wombs as they try their utmost to
fit into a stress-ladened lifestyle
that undervalues their roles as
women,” said Queen Afua, chief
executive officer of the Queen

- Afua Wellness Institute.

“T think it is safé to say that
most women forget that they have
been blessed with the enormous
capacity to not only love uncon-
ditionally but also co-create life
itself. This dis-jointed approach
to life promotes frustration, which
in turn produces anger on a num-
ber of different levels. This ener-
gy left un-channelled destroys the
very essence of who we are and
along with it the balance we bring
to life. I advocate that the only
way this can be addressed is if we
focus on the place where we all
came from- the womb,” she said.

“Overcoming An Angry Vagi-
na - A Journey To Womb Well-
ness” is the newest book by
Queen Afua. Her previous book,
“Sacred Woman: A Guide to
Healing the Feminine Body, Mind
and Spirit”, sold more than a‘mil
lion copies worldwide.

Last weekend, she hosted a
workshop on this topic for both
men and women at the Bahamas
National Trust where she shared
techniques to prevent womb
issues such as “fibroid tumors, pre

and post menstrual syndrome,
sexually transmitted diseases,
“menopausal madness and emo-
tional womb drama”.

Her one woman show, titled:
“If Your Vagina Could Speak,
What Would She Say?” was the
theme of the weekend, according
to organiser Rhonda Wright,
founder of Seedlings Place.

“An angry vagina comes in

many, many forms. A vagina, or a’

woman’s wamb is what makes us
women. For the health of every
woman cach of her bodies - men-
tal, spiritual, emotional, and phys-

‘ical - must be in balance to have

wellness. When they are not in
balance this is what we call having
an angry vagina,” said Mrs
Wright.

“That anger comes in many
forms. She could be depressed,
emotionally distraught because of
a toxic relationship; maybe she
has had several abortions; maybe
she has a sexually transmitted dis-
case; maybe she has been physi-
cally abused, or stressed at work;
maybe she has fibroids, cysts,
tumors. That is how the anger
manifests itself,” she said.

Queen Afua has 30 years of
experience as a holistic health
therapist, specialising in family
wellness, colon cleansing, hatha |
yoga, raw food living and spiritu
al chipowerment.




































































































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hether your hair is
damaged, dry, too
thin, coarse and ,
uncontrollable or just in
need ofa little extra TLC to
make it really healthy, there
are a number of steps you
can take to ensure that your
hair is at its beautiful and
best. 50
Try a Brazilian Keratin Treat-
ment to strengthen damaged hair or
to keep healthy hair as healthy as
possible. It is an excellent treat-
ment to rejuvenate, restructure,
replenish, and repair damaged
and weak hair.
Brazilian Hair Straightening

transforms the hair without
chemically altering the hair
strands, but by sealing the hair
in keratin. Keratin is the pri-
mary protein of the skin, hair
and nails. The use of a keratin-
based product adds moisture
and strength to hair damaged
by blow drying, colouring, and
traditional relaxers.

Nevida Noya Mills, Hair Styl-
ist at Colors Hair Studio which:
has just introduced this treat-
ment said:" you can use the
treatment for both healthy and
damaged hair, and if your hair is
already healthy it gives it a little

boost.
“The results we have been get-

ting from customers is that their.
hair is much.smoother, lighter
and bouncing and flowing. We
have got a lot of call backs and
appointments for it as well," she
said.

The staff at Colors Hair Studio
offered these general tips for
maintaining healthy hair.

\li Capron, Hair Artist at Col-
ors Hatr Studio stated: "Always
trim your hair-regularly. Quality
tools should be used to trim your
hair. Using anything else can actu-
ally encourage more splitting down
the road. It's important that the
scissors used are very sharp, made
specifically for cutting hair, and
used for nothing else. If your hair
begins to show damage, it is impor-
tant to trim it more often.”

Additional tips from the studio
are, to never put your hair in any
kind of style that will put undue

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stress on the individual hairs. No

tiny braids, no extremely tight coils
and if you pull all or some of your
hair into a braid or a ponytail to
create your hairstyle, make sure it
isn't pulled tight enough to put
stress on the roots of your hair.

“Pulling hair tight repeatedly
commonly results in bald patches. If
you go‘after the long hair "quick
fix" and put extensions in your hair,
be forewarned that your own hair
will likely be significantly more
damaged when they are removed
than it was to begin with.

If you do choose to wear your
hair in twists or braids, it's defi-
nitely a smart idea to use a braid
conditioning sprays to keep your
hair in top condition,” Mr Capron
said.

Mr Capron added that women
should avoid using any heated
appliances whenever possible. Min-
imise the use of blow drying, curling
irons, hot rollers, flat irons or
crimpers. It is best to let your hair
dry from roller-sets and use the
blow dryer just to finish it off at
the end.

“If you do use any kind of heat
on your hair, be sure to use a prod-
uct that will help protect your hair
from it. Be very careful with what
you choose to style your hair.

When you do use a brush, use
only a natural 100 per cent boar
bristle brush which will not tear
your hair and is useful in distribut-
ing sebum (your hair's natural pro-
tective oils) to the ends of your hair
and to remove loose hairs.

In addition to the healthy hair
tips, you should be EXTREMELY
gentle with your hair when it is wet.
Don't rub your hair vigorously with
a towel, gently squeeze the towel
down the length of your hair. Nev-
er brush your hair when it's wet,

this is when your hair ts at its most *

delicate. In fact, it is best to avoid
brushing your hair under most cir-
cumstances; a wide-tooth comb is
almost always a better choice and is
a must to smooth wet hair.

Further he says “Know the
ingredients in your styling prod-
ucts. Once you know what affects
your hair positively or detrimen-
tally, you will be able to effectively
choose products that contain ingre-
dients that are best for your hair
type.

Lessen the friction on your hair
whenever possible. Don't sleep with
your hair loose or if you must, use a
satin pillow case.”

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and selecting
Children's
footwear



As we wind down to the opening
of the school year, many parents
are busy selecting footwear for their
children. I find it necessary to
address this topic as many children
experience foot problems due to
improper footwear. Parents can
worry about their child's teeth and
eyes, but often do not give any
attention to the developing foot.
Many adult foot problems have
their origins in childhood, so atten-
tion to footwear in children can
minimise these problems in adults.

Buy Children's Shoes that Fit -"
it is not unusual for a parent or
grandparent to purchase shoes for a
child without the child present. A
child's shoe should be directly fitted
to the foot in the store. Tradition-
ally, it was standard to buy shoes
for children that were two sizes too
big to cut down on cost. It is good
to buy kids footwear a little larger
to leave room to grow, but anything
more than one*size bigger is too:
big.

Proper fit - when considering
size, the length and width of the
shoe must be considered. The width
of the shoe is extremely important,
especially if the child has wide feet.
Do not purchase shoes more than
one size larger even if you are expe-
riencing difficulties finding the right
width, seek the help of a specialty
store where adjustments can be
done to support the width of the
child's feet. Shoes that are too big
can cause heel slipping and a child
can trip when walking. Further, toes
can slide forward and be very
uncomfortable resulting with sore -
toes. Likewise, shoes that are too
tight or small will cause sore feet,
ingrown toenails and other foot
problems.

Comfort - Children's shoes
should be comfortable immediately,
while in the store and not be
expected to be “broken in” or
“stretched” later. If the shoe:does
not appear to have enough support,
there are specialty stores that can
add proper inserts not only to sup-
port the foot, but also help to wick
away moisture. Moisture manage-.”
ment prevents fungus, odours and ~
athlete's foot from developing.

Inspect Children's Shoes regu-
larly.- even after kids' footwear is
purchased they need to be checked
regularly for wear and tear around
the soles and for proper cushion-
ing and arch support. Children tend
to adapt to what they regard as nor-
mal and accept it. This is why
skilled shoe fitters/specialist and
regular checks are important, par-
ticularly with young children.

Socks - the sock should fit and be
the same size as the shoe. One hun-
dred per cent cotton is best, espe-
cially if the child has skin problems.
Most cotton socks contain’‘a small
percentage of nylon. A 50 per cent
wool with 50 per cent mix is also
very good. Avoid 100 per cent nylon
socks as they will make the foot
sweat and do not absorb moisture.

In conclusion, poorly fitted chil-
dren's shoes can cause a number of
problems in adults. Therefore, it is
logical to attempt to prevent these
problems by ensuring that the
child's shoe is fitted appropriately.



e Bernadette D. Gibson, a Board Certi-
fied & licensed Pedorthist, is the pro-
prietor of Foot Solutions, a health and
wellness franchise that focuses on
foot care and proper shoe fit, located
in the Sandyport Plaza, Nassau.
Please direct any questions or com-
ments to nassau@footsolutions.com
or 327-FEET (3338).
PAGE 6B, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010

sy to identify. The |

upright in wild

Infatuated love .

STANDING in a bank or food
store check out line provides ample
opportunity to let your mind drift
to thoughts of your lover -guiltless,
uninterrupted time. to look distant

and detached. Of course, there are .

priorities in your life, which you
should be focusing on, and yet you
just cannot remember what they are.

- Why complicate this luxurious time
by mundane thoughts when you can
enjoy the warm fuzzy feeling of your
beloved? ,

No matter what you do, thoughts
of your love creep in to almost every
minute, of your day. Sometimes,
selectively chosen to come in, but
on many occasions; they. jump ahead
of the queue and stand at attention.
You feel recharged, alive and blush
at the thought that others may pos-
sibly be able to read your thoughts.

As a logical thinker, you try to
decipher your emotions and yet it

seems to work in tandem with your
heart, and you accomplish nothing.

“You even consider if you could sus-

tain life on love alone. Is it possible
to hold on to this forever? Does it.
have to die and fade just as other
relationships have done in the past?
Is it the 'real thing' when you do not
seem to be able to control your own
thoughts?

You have so many. 'what if' ques-
tions, and yet so much certainty. You
are confidant in the moment and
have faith that the love will remain



a spoon and the remaining fruit,
a shell, should be close to see

occur at any time during the.
~. year. Native guavas are partic
- ularly susceptible to attack from

forever. Yours that is, but what
about theirs? -

Being swept off your feet or bask-
ing in the warm embrace of a new
relationship can produce the invigo-
rating effects of love. Similarities in
personality and life styles inevitably
produce a sense of 'knowing this
person'. There is an easy flow of
conversation and a feeling that your
own jigsaw is now complete. Put that
together with strong sexual chem-
istry and an explosion takes place
in your mind,

Just reading this may pull up dor-
mant memories. Recall photos from
early childhood, and those who we
admired from afar. Having a 'crush',
or becoming totally infatuated with
someone can happen at any age, and
is not exclusive to a specific gender.
Only when we can recognise, and
admit that it will not be reciprocated,
will it allow us to move from fantasy
into reality.

Generally, people understand and
anticipate youth's infatuations. Par-
ents become guardians of their chil-



dren's hearts because they remem-

ber the besotted preoccupation that
it generates. Controlling the surge
of new hormones by slowing down
the need to experiment becomes
paramount for a lot of parents. Rules
and boundaries are placed, at least
until childhood is completed.

As we pass througli our lives, we -

live with disappointments, sadness
and sometimes the harsh reality
about relationships. For some,
acknowledging that love may not be
enough to live on is disillusioning in
itself Practical day-to-day living.can
dampen any romantic thinking, par-
ticular for those with less imagina-
tion and creativity. _

The need for love and passion can
remain throughout our lives. Many
people thrive by feeding their bliss-
ful fantasy, and sustain it by self-
suggestion. They are conscious of
the static nature of their love, but
relish in the knewledge that the door
has not been shut and locked.

Surely, hope is what stimulates
infatuations. The hope that love

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itself is real and available for all;
regardless of age, gender or social
status. Realist may consider this
immature and even dangerous
thinking. The mere possibility of
elevating this person to a place of
adulation becomes alarming for
many. There is a fine balance
between living with a fantasy and
acting out, such as in the case of a
‘stalker’. ;

Love is a powerful thing; terrify-
ing at times and yet we still long for
it. Life does not seem so sunny or
worth living if we are totally devoid
of it. Some say that true love is only
‘real' when the infatuation ebbs
away ‘and contented love is revealed.
That may well be true, but do we
have to forget the passion?

¢ Listen to ‘Love on the Rock’ with
Maggie Bain every Thursday 5-6 pm
on Island FM 102.9 For appointments
call 364-7230, email
relatebahamas@yahoo.com or







Preparing to say good-bye

My last Sankambi

THIS was an emotional
experience as it was the last
time that I got a chance to see
most of the parents. Just
before I was supposed to teach
my last lesson, the kids sang a
song called “Memory Album”
which makes me cry every sin-
gle time I hear it. So here Iam
about to do my last lesson and
Iam crying like a baby in the
back seeing as this was the last
time that I was going to do
this. After my lesson, the par-
ents presented me with a beau-
tiful gift and that made me cry
even more. I had a speech pre-





pared in Japanese but I don’t
know if I said it right. But I
saw some of the mothers cry-
ing as well so I think they
understood what I was saying.

When I was leaving the
room after my lesson they
formed a pyramid for me to

.walk under and applauded

when I left. That feeling at that

moment was indescribable.

Graduation

Seiko K5 Graduation -the
reason why I stayed an extra
few months. The day before
I had my wisdom tooth
removed (this was the only
day, that I could do it based
on the dentist’s schedule and
my own wark schedule).
While that in itself was a hor-
rible experience, (it felt as
though my mouth was being
invaded) it was the day after-
wards when I felt it. The night
before I could feel my mouth
swelling, I even tried putting

ice on it hoping that would
help. However, when I woke
up next morning, I felt like I
looked like the Elephant Man.

I called my friend on the
Internet hoping that they
would tell me the truth of how
I looked, but of course being
the friend that they were that
didn’t happen. Not believing
them, I called my Australian
neighbor over and when I
opened up the door she said
“h@#$ s#$%. Looks like you
ate 4 golf balls.”

I thought that this blows,
one of the most important
events since I’ve been here
and I looked like I got into a
fight with Mike Tyson. Luck-
ily, I lived in a place where it
was OK to wear a partial face
mask if you had a cold. I nev-

er thought I would have to
wear one but now was the
time. If not, I would proba-
bly scare the kids with my half
beaten swollen face. I arrived
5 miutes before the ceremony
and it was worth it.

Watching each one of the
children march up and know-
ing that I helped to contribute
in a small way was a touch-
ing experience. At this cere-
mony I cried more than at my
own graduation so I had a
swollen face and eyes- hah-
haha. ‘

At the party after all of the
festivities, parents kept com-
ing up to me and thanking me
for teaching their kids and
giving me little letters of
thanks. I will cherish them
always.

|





Watching

each one of
the children
march up and
knowing that

I helped to
contribute in

a small way
was a touching
experience.
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ESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010, PAGE 7B



Seagrape

FROM page eight

“After a year and a half of
research we found that the
leaves of the sea grape con-
tain an extremely high per-
centage of anti- oxidants.”

Anti- oxidants are sub-
stances which prevent or slow
down the oxidative damage
to the body, particularly in
the skin countering the dam-
age down from sun exposure
or lack of sleep. They can
reduce the risk of cancer and
slow down the overall aging
effects on the skin.

“The most powerful rank-
ing that we have for fruits
containing anti- oxidants are
the Goji Berry which contain
146 moles -moles are the unit
of measurement that they are
measured in. Well, sea grape
leaves have a measurement
of 195 moles.”

Ms Wesche said that tests
of the Poncianna seed pod
also revealed that they con-
tain a strong anti- inflamma-
tory benefit which offset the
affects of exposure to sun
and pollution.

“So when you combine the
two, what you end up with is
a powerful combination that
has both anti aging qualities
while at the same anti-
inflammatory properties to
regenerate skin.”

The Paris Bahamas skin
care line features five prod-
ucts- a face cream called
Heaven on Earth, a body
cream called Feel the
Breeze, a lip balm called
Ready to Smile, a shimmer-
ing skin oil called Sun Glow
and a perfume called Sun
Ocean which also has hints
of Frangipani, coconut and
vanilla. There is also a foot
and body scrub called Walk

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sand. The perfume is created
in the Bahamas and then
packaged in France whereas
for the other products, the
raw elements are sent to the
lab in France, and then pack-
aged and shipped back to this
country.

Ms Wesche drew heavily
on her marketing experience
to package the line. Each
container features a lid filled
with pink sand and a tropical
logo with clean sleek lines.

“We wanted it to have the
feel of the island but to also
indicate that it is a high end
beauty product.”

To date, the Paris
Bahamas products have
attracted quite a following
particularly at a media event
at the Printemps Department
Store ( considered the Har-
rods of Paris) attended by
some of the top fashion. and
beauty journalists. It is being
sold at a number of stores in
France and in the Bahamas
including: Cole’s of Nassau,

John Bull, Valentine’s in:

Harbour Island, Breezes,
Sandals, Club Med, Stella
Maris and Cape Santa Maria
and in the Sir Lynden Pin-
dling Airport.

“I think that a lot of per-
sons buy it in the Bahamas,
because it makes a great sou-
venir that is practical, but
then they can keep the bottle
afterward, and in France,
they buy it because they asso-
ciate it with the beach and
being on holiday and then
when we explained the qual-
ities the products contain,
they are more interested.”

Miss Wesche said that she
is hopeful that the product
will appeal to Bahamians
interested in using ingredi-
ents found in their own back-
yards for their health.

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Now the benefits of the sea grape leaf can
be experienced by women in a new line of
beauty. and skin care products called Paris
Bahamas-which marries the natural bene-
fits of one of this country’s most familiar
plants with the science of one of Europe’s
most prestigious centers for beauty and fash-
ion. eon!

German born Christiane Wesche, the
CEO of Paris:Bahamas explained that she
was inspired to explore the. benefits of the

AHAMIANS have always
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sea grape after hearing about the medicinal
qualities found in native bushes from her
Bahamian boyfriend’s father. She meet her

boyfriend while on a trip to China ‘and now

commutes between Nassau and Paris.

She was intrigued as she had worked in the

beauty industry for-11 years as a marketing
executive for the prestigious Coty Inc in
France which produces health and beauty
products and perfumes all over the world.
“J thought if they are so good for the body,
then they must be good for the skin.”
This led her to partner with a French

research facility to explore the benefits of a

number of Bahamian plants with astonishing
conclusions. ac :

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1995 HONDA SABER,
good running condition, AC, Sunroof,
as; 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,

-ph# 465-5063

BBF #775
; HONDA ACCORD,
power everything, CD player, AC, less then
75,000 miles, purchased at Nassau Motor com-
pany limited, one owner, runs smooth, clean in-
side and out, asking $7,000 negotiable price,
. ph# 393-0482 (9Qam-5pm) / 433-5663

BBF #807 "
m “+ 2007 F-150, ;
charcoal grey, V-6, CLEAN TITLE, 23,000
miles, ice.cold, AC, satellite radio, 20” rims,
asking $24,000 ONO,
ph# 565-9950 / 427-2125

BBF #809
2004 NISSAN MAXIMA,
leather interior, CD changer, fully loaded,
call for price, Also 1999 Honda civic, CD player,
find AS, 72,000 miles






BBF #814
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 #823 s
2004 CHEVY IMPALA,
20” rims, ice cold AC, clean in and out, CD
player asking $5,000, owner going back to Ja-
maica, ph# 455-1184

BBF #834
2002 FORD FOCUS
good condition, white exterior, grey interior,
asking $4,800 ONO, ph# 468-7535

DODGE DAKOTA.
Fully Loaded 22" inch, rims, 34000 miles.
Asking $17,500°0bo...
Owner leaving town,
ph# 3275615 Cell: 4257264. Ms.Brown



1999 BMW 318 TI COUPE,

terior, AC, power windows, air bag, power
steering, sun roof, power locks, Automatic

he car

| transmission, CD & DVD included, asking
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recently serviced, fully loaded, black leather in-

1998 HONDA ACCORD,
white, head lights, tan leather seats, AC, CD
player, 18” low profile rims and original factory
rims, custom rear view 'ights, body kit,
asking $5,000, ph# 565-8799 / 426-4398

2005 NISSAN MAXIMA,
leather interior, bose music system, low miles,
owner leaving island, great buy, aski
ng 81 1,500 OBO,
ph# 525-7278



2003 INFINITI 135,
power windows, seats, door, trunk, sunroof,
black leather interior, mahogany wood all
through, remote start, and pioneer sound sys-
tem, AC, Alarm, in excellent condition, asking
$8,500 price negotiable,
ph# 465-4245 / 361-5253

BBF #858 —" -
2006 CHEVY EQUINOX,
AC, CD player, good running condition,
asking $15,000 ONO, 566-4613 / 392-7934

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BBF #861
2004 DODGE DURANGO,
blue with grey interior, fully loaded, 6 CD in
dash, CD player, sunroof, factory DVD player,
3rd row seating, asking $14,500 ONO,
ph# 466-8036







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

1998 CADILLAC DEVILLE,
pearl, good condition, leather interior, power
everything, DVD screen, clean,
asking $3,000 ONO,
ph# 434-0758

BBF #876
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# 454-9159 / 323-5750



1998 FORD EXPLORER,
t condition, CD p} AC, power
d candition, s
ing $3,060, ph#

nee







. 2004 KIA SORENTO SUV,

Engine: V6, Automatic, 4 wheel drive, recently
serviced, 5/2010, perfect condition, very well
looked after, excellent fuel, economy & Reliabil-
ity, AC, radio, 12 disc CD changer,
licensed until May 2011, asking $12,500,
$ ph# 423-4512 :

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2001 FORD TAURES,
good condition, asking $3,500,
ph# 465-8220

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2003 NISSAN ALTIMA,
leather, AC, DVD, power everything,
Asking $5,500 ONO, as is.
ph# 468-3297

BBF #884
“2000 CHEVY ASTRO VAN,
ASKING $7,000,
. ALSO 2003 FORD TAURUS,
asking $7,000,
ph# 356-5796

BBF #885 ;
2003 FORD EXPLORER,
just in from foreign, green, AC, CD player, im-
maculate condition, asking $7,500 OBO,
phi 565-4472

1999 HONDA CIVIC,

2 door, Standard Shift, red and black, leather
seats, sunroof, excellent engine, wo many ex-
tras to list, asking $3,000 ONO,

1999 BUICK REGAL,
asking $2,000,

433-5957 / 432-4178

1999 HONDA ACCORD,
leather interior, sunroof, V6, clean in and out,
need to see to appreciate, asking $6,000 ONO,
ph# 565-6161 / 322-2192

BBF #891
2001 HONDA CIVIC,
2 door, black exterior, black interior, excellent
condition, AC, Automatic, asking $6,000,
ph# 466-8461

1998 NISSAN MAXIMA,
good condition, AC, CD player, everything
works, asking $3,00-ONO,
ph# 544-7201 / 677-5166
10 days tribune issue 79 110

BBF #894
* 2003 HONDA CIVIC EX,
good condition, sunroof, AC, P/N, CD player,
Remote entry, Factory Alloy Wheels,
ph# 422-3150

BBF #895 ;
‘2007 CHEVROLET MALIBU
FOR SALE
$11,500 ONO,
Call or Text 426-7543

BBF #896 .
TOYOTA ARISTO FOR SALE
1500 O.N.O,
Call or text 426-7543

2004 CHEVY IMPALA,
leather interior, AC, CD player, 22” rims, ask-
ing $6,000 with rims ONO, without rims
asking $5,000 ONO,
ph# 535-5816

2001 NISSAN MAXIMA,
grey leather interior, all red HID, serviced on
time, sound system,
asking $7,500,
ph# 556-8349

2000 HONDA ACCORD,
_ 18” rims, runs well, must see to appreciate, ©
asking $7,000 ONO,
ph#.454-2213 / 326-4110

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#902
2004 SL 500, MERCEDES,
asking $45,000 ONO,
ph#f 552-1654

BBF #903
2007 GRAND CHEROKEE,
excellent condition, must see to appreciate,
Bank financing assistance available, asking
$21,500 ONO, ph# 426-4565

2007 GRAND CHEROKEE,
excellent condition, must see to appreciate,
Bank financing assistance available, asking

, $21,500 ONO,
ph# 426-4565

2002 JEEP CHEROKEE,
53,000 miles, clean title, AC, CD player, excel-
lent condition, recently serviced, asking $9,000,
Ph# 456-1419 / 325-3403

2002 JEEP CHEROKEE,
53,000 miles, clean title; AC, CD player, excel-
lent condition, recently serviced, asking $9,000,
Ph# 456-1419 / 325-3403




BBF #905
2009 HONDA ACCORD,
V6, Fully loaded, sunroof, leather, power, 6 disc
changer, 22” chrome rims, clean title, asking
$33,000, ph# 423-6549 / 322-1248

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2009 HONDA ACCORD, V6,
Fully loaded, sunroof, leather, power, 6 disc
changer, 22” chrome rims, clean title, asking
$33,000, ph# 423-6549 / 322-1248

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: 2004 NISSAN MAXIMA SL,
6 CD changer, leather interior, sunroof, HID
lights, low mileage, call for price,
ph# 552-9889

BBF #930 —. :

2001 FORD WINSTAR,

AM/FM, CD, Tape, DVD player, 6 Cylender,
AC, asking $7,5000, ph# 454-9150



BBF #931
2000 FORD EXPLORER,
AC, Runs good, serviced on time, CD player,

good condition, ph#.432-2083 / 364-5458



2003 ACURA TL
4dr. Type-S, Silver w/ Black Lthr. Interior, 6
Disc Factory CD changer, Sunroof, Alloy
wheels, asking $5,800 O.N.O,
ph#361-0184

BBF #932 :
2000 DODGE NEON,
clean interior, good condition, 4 cylinder, good
on gas, ag $1,800,
ph# 425-0369 / 323-4870
10 days tribune issue 80 009

2001 CADILLAC DEVILLE,
DVD player, HID head lights, sound system,
best 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

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

TRIB #273

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 #275 : :
.2002 CADILLAC ESCALADE
Black exteror with beige interior
$22,000.0 ono
26” star rims, 3rd row seats, custom grill
power everything. 3
Call 361-3597 cell 426-6686

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2002 DODGE NEON
AIC
AM/FM radio with Cd player
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322-7405 .-

RIB #283

2002 MAXIMA SE
5 speed indash DVD player, sunroof, leather.
HID lights $5,800.00
cell 426-8207 or 326-0464s



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RIB #285
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

ee:

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



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1983 INTERNATIONAL
Licensed and insured, ready to work now
$18,000.00
Or two dumptruck for $25,000.00
Cell 466-7698





RIB #352 :
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

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


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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

2002 FORD RANGER - EDGE
White, single cab, grey interior
CD player, A/C $9,000.00

_ Phone 393-5412

RIB #366. - f
, 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



RIB #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

2003 INFINITI G35
Black exterior, full tan leather interior
Asking 13%000.00 ono
Call 341-1265 or 431-5007.

AAA

FOR SALE
1999 BLUE FORD EXPEDITION
$5000 OR BEST OFFER
CONTACT 361-2120








2002 HONDA CIVIC
4 door, 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.
Asking $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 #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
2005 CHEVY COLORADO
4 cylinder $9,500.00
Call 525-6268

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

2006 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO LTZ
Silver exterior, black interior, 2 door, fully
loaded, sunroof, leather seats, dvd player,
excellent condition, low mileage.
$8,5000.N.O_ .
Phone 393-1405,
486-7407 or 557-8273











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

RIB #459

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, power windows, auto
lock, alarm, 6 disc CD changer. Just serviced
@ Nassau Motors. 94,000 miles
: $15,000.00 ono
Cell 455-3175

RIB #464
2004 CHEVY SILVERADO 3500 DIESEL
Dark grey exterior with grey interior
Call 425-5938

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2001 HONDA CIVIC |

Purple exterior, tan interior, AC, CDiplayer,
$4000.00 obo

Phone: 324-1901 or 431-9814 or 454-9345

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#471
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

RIB #484
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 appraised for $33,000.0
Tel” 556-1059

#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

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

#604
2001 ISUZU CARGO VAN 16FT
AC, automatic, V8 engine, low mile
Ready for work. :
$8,900.00 ono -
Call 362-6040 or 426-5181

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 0.B.O
(licensed, inspected & insured)

1999 FORD EXPLORER
Low mileage and great condition.
Limited edition Eddie Bauer upholstery.
$8,500. Owner leaving Island
Call 242-556-5602

2
. 2002 DODGE DURANGO
Running, Good Condition, serviced on time,
owner leaving island.
$2,950.00 ONO
376-6121

RIB #636 ;
2006 TOYOTA COROLLA
Champagne ext, grey int. Like new,
p/w, CD/radio, tinted windows, run good,
easy on gas, financing available for
Government, hotel and corporation workers.
Price for quick sale. $8,500.
Phone 558-7723.

TRIB #659

2000 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
White exterior with tab interior
$5,000.00 ono
Very clean. Must see
Call 394-4187 or 565-0944

TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010, PAGE 7

RIB #664
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

2001 CHEVROLET TAHOE
Clover Green Interior, three dvd touch screens,
sound system, sitting on 24",brand new tires,
tan leather seats, good condition, cold a/c and
crystal back lights, $14,000 with everything,
$12,000, without dvd's and sound system.
646-3676,423-3991 393-4066

RIB #672
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.0.
Phone 426-4426 or 455-2026

RIB #673
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, gréat work truck. $9,500 obo
Phone: 426-4426 or 455-2026

2000 BUICK CENTURY
Champagne exterior with grey interior
$4,400.00 ono ;
18”inch rims, runs well, tinted oless
AC well cold, CD player, 4 door, fully loaded.
Call 676-3187 or 423-1729

RIB #683
2002 PONTIAC (SUNFIRE)

New tyres, excellent condition, smooth running
& ice cold Ac. Must see to appreciate.
$3,000.00.00
Call 324-080 4 or 432-3755

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 :

SS

#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 #686
20002 CHRYSLER CIRRUS
Silver exterior, black leather interior, cold a/c,
licensed to June 2011. Sold as is $1,500 O.B.0
Tel: 425-0002 or 436-5054

1992 NISSAN 300ZX TWIN TURBO
Two seater 5 speed manual transmission (gold)
3" exhaust, JWT pop charger, up graded com-
puter,
brand new complete engine harness
(cas) went bad
$4,000.00 525-6141 or 3222395


1997 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
White exterior, cream colored interior,
2 door coupe, $2,200.00 O.B.O.
Phone: 341-4174 or 455-0223

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

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 andcolda/c. ~*
$6,800.00.
Phone 456-3542 or 426-2089

RIB #691 fe
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

RIB #692 :

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 .

1973 CATTERPILLAR D8H WITH RIPPER
Yellow exterior, yellow interior, dozer,
$40,000.00 obo
Ph: 468-4536 or 431-3016

R!IB #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

CAR FOR SALE
1999 VW BEETLE
Needs valve job or possible used engine.
Loaded, leather interior, CD changer, sunroof,
a/c, p/w, Make offer.
Tel 395-0667

2008 KIA K2700 TRUCK
Blue exteror. $18,000.00
very low miles, Diesel, 2170mi, AC, CD player
manual transmission.
Call 324-3333 or 393-2288

1996 NISSAN SENTRA
Light blue exterior with grey interior, 4 door
$1,000.00 obo sold as is. Drives well Call
392-2084 or 556-5532

RIB #703
1995 BUICK REGAL
White exterior with light brown interior.
Price $1,800.00 ono
In good condition. Power everything.
Runs well, 6 cylinder, leather interior.
Call 302-3930

2001 HONDA ACCORD
Champagne exteior with tan and brown interior
clean in and out, running, great condition,

5 speed shift. $6,500.00 ono
2010 CRYPTON BLUE SCOOTER, $1,500.00
Call 455-6184

99 CHEVY S10 (white)
Excellent Condition
$5,500 or next best offer
242-356-6943/3262156

2000 TOYOTA TOMOCA (RED) ~ i
Excellent Condition
$18,000 or next best offer
242-356-6943/3262156

2003 HONDA ACCORD COUPE
Blue exterior leather black interior DVD player
Must sell $9,500.00 obo or trade
Runs like a dream, 5 speed
Call 426-6295 or 431-4341

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RIB #708 |
2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
Clarette Red, tan leather interior, clean, runs
great
Asking $8,000 ono, Ph 424-7454

RIB #709
1989 DODGE DACOKA WORK TRUCK
Price for quick sale. Orly $1,500.00 ono
6 cylinder, long bed, stick shift.
Call 362-6040

RIB #711
1991 TOYOYA COASTER BUS
White with green and black trim
Great Body. Engine runs but needs crank shaft
repair. Licensed till May 2011,
Inspected till October 2010.
$3,500.00
call 677-4953 or 454-3308

RIB #712
2005 HONDA CIVIC
White exterior with grey interior. $8,500.00
Power windows, power locks, Ac,
Economical, four cylinder,
engine under 25,000 miles/40,000 km
Excellent condition. Just in from Japan
2002 NISSAN GLORIA
$5,000.00
Call 434-3004 or 468-8419

2007 FORD FOCUS
Grey exterior with grey interior 2.3I, 4 cylinder,
very cold AC, tinted, very 41 k miles, recently
serviced, factory radio & alarm
2002 CHEVY BLAZER $5,500.00
black, tinted, very cold.
Both cars fall under class A.
: Cell 457-3100


1999 BMW 318 TI COUPE
Black extetior with black/leather interior,

2 door, Ac; power windows & locks, air bags,
power steering, sunroof, automatic
transmission, CD & DVD player, alarm system.

: $6,500.00
Serious inquiries only
Call 636-4861 or 394-8247

_2006 DODGE RAM
Blue exterior with dark blue interior,

5.7 Hemi, clean in & out, quad flow bed cover,
DVD player, dual flow master exhaust, 22” rims
k&n filter. $18,000.00
Call 458-7808 or 242-367-2558

RIB #719
1999 FORD MUSTANG
Red exterior. $1500.00 ono
Fixer upper.
Call 324-7017 or 455-0924 or 357-5808

pe SESS

Ose ;
2006 HONDA ACCORD
Char. gray ext, char. gray int
Two door, factory deck, clean, cold a/c.
$12,500 ono.
Tel 341-4435, 357-8148. :

RIB #721
2003 HONDA CICIC VTI
$8,500.00
Excelllent condition, leather seats,
tinted windows.
Call 393-1196 cell 424-9050

TRIB #727

723 :
2000 FORD. MUSTANG G.T
White & black exterior with beige leather inte-
rior. $7,500.00 ono.. Very clean, very fast, flow
master, dual exhaust, hedders, sound system,

cold Ac,
Also 650XR TRAIL. $4,500.00
242-426-0376, 556-1751
Ask for philp

RIB #725
1997 HONDA PRELUDE
$5,000.00 or best offer.
Call 242-357-4346

2001 NISSAN ALTIMA
; ey exterior with tan interior, fogs,
sunroof, fully loaded, leather seats, sound sys-
tem, 20” rims(chrome) HID's, clean in and out
Super clean. Nothing like it on the Island..
$5,800.00 ono
Call 392-4535 OR 428-6504

8
1998 TOYOTA AVALON
Blue with tan interior, cold Ac, runs and shifts
perfect, RHD, expat owned, well taken care off
Motivated seller, no reasonable offer refused.
$4,500 ono
2001 DODGE RAM PICK UP
Reg cab, many extras, clean $10,500
376-9126

RIB #730

Aqua- green exterior, light grey leather interior
20”rims, cold Ac, very good condition. Also full
fuel assembly and cluster available for
2000-2003 Maxima.
$7,900.00 ono
Call 325-3707 or 433-4722

TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010, PAGE 9

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’ FOR SALE BY OWNER
te IS)
2004 JEEP WRANGLER
IN GOOD CONDITION
PRICE: $8,500.00 (O.N.O)
CONTACT BILL WARBURG
Telephone: 242.369.2330 or Vibe 225.2443
bill@ tiamoresorts.com



1993 TOYOTA HILUX
Navy blue exterior with black & grey interior
with sunroof
$5,500.00 As Is.
Call 324-3781 cell 434-3601

1999 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
Gold exterior with black interior.
Must sell! two door, tinted windows, cool AC,
Just $1,500.00 ono Must Sell!
Call 328-3523, 436-3415

WN

2005 FORD- FIVE HUNDRED
LIMITED EDITION
Burgundy exterior, tan leather & cherry oak-
wood interior. Immaculate condition, fully
loaded, six disc changer, sunroof, fog light, ice
cold ac, heated seat, keyless codes entry
$12,900.00 ono. 357-7545,432-6682

: or 552-4331



2000 MERCEDES BENZ CLK 200
Dark blue exterior with black/leather interior ,
drop low with 18” rims and pioneer carrozzeria
touch screen DVD player with hard drive, well
maintained, excellent condition.
Asking $14,000.00 ono
361-4693 or 455-4093, 357-4533





1995 HONDA ACCORD.

RIB #737

Navy blue exterior with grey interior.

Excellent condition in & out. CD player,
power windows. on

$2,500.00
Call 242-455-9094 cell 445-7942.

RIB #738

2005 CHEVY VECTRA :
Navy blue exterior with black leather interior
$14,000.00 ono

call 324-7751

oS SS SSS

1996 HONDA ASCORT
Silver exterior with grey interior
Running well, one owner must see to
appreciate. All offers accepts. $3,000.00
Call 434-3381 or 454-7896




3

Red exterior with tan leather interior, fully .-
loaded, power everything, cool Ac, fold-down
rear seats, on Star, surround.sound, 6 CD
changer, no dents, no nicks.

Asking $11,800.00 obo
Call 392-6471 or 454-3303



RIB #744

2001 FORD EXPEDITION
Green exterior with tan/leather interior
Eddie Baurer. Power locks windows & door,
AC, 6 disc, CD player, tv, factory rins, :
Good running condition.
Asking $7,200.00 onbo
Call 322-8306, 558-6841, 324-8766



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RIB #747
_ 1998 HONDA ACCORD
Silver, power everything, cool a/c. Good condi-
tion. Regular Service with Nassau Motors. Just
serviced in June $1,000 spent.
$3,500 obo- phone 449-6266 or
324-2351

8
2005 NISSAN SENTRA
Champagne exterior with grey interior
$6,800.00
Excellent body and running condition, AC, CD
player, power everything, have to see to
appreciate. Serious inquiries only.
Call 425-4238 cell 395-8219

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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. full tank of
petrol included.
Ph: 376-6063,427-0292

RIB #751 ~
2006 CHEVY MALIBU LT
White exterior with tan interior
Asking $8,500.00 _
Call 328-1821 or 426-2696





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RIB #753
: 2003 NISSAN MAXMA
Black exterior with black/leather interior, Ac,

6 disc CD changer, factory rims. Excellent buy.

Price to go. Three thousand, seven hundred.

$3,700.00 ono
Call 324-6435 456-0572 or 636-7339

RIB #755
2008 SUZUKI SWIFT
Black exterior with black interior
$16,000.00
Excellent condition, service current like brand
new. Call 393-4697 cell 455-7077 or
328-3787/8

2010 FORD MUSTANG
Blue exterior with black interior
Brand new and reliable. Owner must sell.
$25,000.00
Cell 423-0636

2005 NISSAN MAXIMA
Candy mix exterior with black leather interior
Cold AC, CD player, 22” chrome rims, sunroof,
fresh paint job, bring your mechanic.
Smokes from mufflers. $8,200.00
also engine heads and sloch 3.5 only $600.00
Call 324-8347 ,636-9200,445-5985

2001 DODGE CARAVAN —

.Green exterior, cold AC,
automatic start, new interior,
CD player.
$7,500.00 or best offer.

Call 326-0087 cell 557-8035

RIB #757
2004 S60 VOLVO
Gold.exterior, Very good condiion, runs great,
Ac, leather interior, cd/cassette players, power
system, sunroof. Asking $14,500.00 obo
Call 448-8775 or 535-8885

RIB #800
1996 PONTIAC GRAND AM
Black exterior with beige interior,
3.1 litre engine, dual exhaut. Power everyting,
AC. Call 325-5060

2005 HONDA CRV
Silver exterior with black/grgy inteior, 4 door
4 cylinder, AC, power windows, fully loaded.
; $20,000.00 Loe
Call 394-4578 or 565-2339 or 393-2088



WSS

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1998 SATURN SC2
Red-hot exterior, -like-new.body, A/C, pwr
features, CD player, full-sized spare tire.
Great condition at $3,000.
Call 448-4904.

2005 HONDA ACCORD
Dark grey exterior with grey & black interior
$10,000.00 obo
Low mileage, minor scratches, Less than one
year old.
Call 677-4495 cell 425-4198 or 305-424-1329

RIB #805 ;
( 1997 HONDA LOGO

Blue exterior, grey interior $5,000.00
expat moving, compact car bought for

BH $7,500.00

in February 2009
Serviced regularly reliable, clean and tidy.
Cell 376-4648

9
2005 CHEVY EQUINOX
GreY exterior with silver interior
: $13,500.00 obo
22inch rims, sunroof, touch screen DVD player,
Under 40 thousand miles, fully loaded leather
Cell 525-9790 ceil 467-9440



1999 MAZDA 626
Green exterior with tan interior,
4 door standard shift -
$3,500.00
NISSAN SENTRA,
2 door standard shift Must see to appreciate.
Call 341-3056 or 448-2407 or 429-2537
or 341-2433 ~

2008 CLUB CAR 4 PASSENGER GOLF
zs 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.



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2000 MITSUBISHI LANCER
‘$4,300.00 ono
CD, alarm, ac, right hand drive.
Call 356-4315 cell 424-4791
SipSmaeeoS





RIB #901

1996 NISSAN PRIMERA
Silver exterior .$3,200.00 ono
AC, right hand drive
Call 356-4315 cell 424-4791

1998 ISUZU HOMBRE
Tan exterior.
$2,000.00 ono
Call 356-4315 cell 424-4791

RIB #904
1996 CHEVY LUMINA
$3,800.00.
Good condition.
One owner- dealer serviced
Cal 325-7313 or 323-4952

BBF #880 _
1997 HONDA ACCORD, .

2-door, red, asking $1,700 price negotiable,
ph# 361-3912 / 242-471-1977 / 465-0114

1999 NISSAN SKYLINE
Silver exterior with grey interior
6500.00
(six thousand five hundred) Spot car, fully
loaded. Call 544-7385

2003 MITSUBISHI MONTERO
Dark blue exterior
$7,300.00,

CD, left hand drive.

Call 356-4315 cell 424-4791

IBBF #878
1994 HONDA ASCOT,
CD player, asking $2,500 ONO,
ph# 434-9466 / 225-4119

2001 NISSAN ALTIMA
Blue exterior with grey interior, leather
seats, factory rims, sunroof, good /gas,
excellent condition.
Asking $5,700.00 ono
467-4446,426-8468,326-4037

2002 DODGE CARAVAN
Gold exterior tan interior ,leather seats,
Ac, power everything. $6,800.00
467-4446 ,326-4037

2009 HONDA ACCORD
Grey exterior with leather interior, 4 door.
Fully loaded.
$26,000.00
Call 361-4546



1996 HONDA LEGEND
Black exterior with black interior, 4 door sedan
$4,200.00 as is
Good condition, AC, power steering
CD changer.
cell 6552-3221

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

2003 HONDA ACCORD
COUPE,

Red exterior, A/C, Sunroof,
4 Cylinder, EXCEL- |
LENT condition, 6 disc CD
Changer,
asking $9,500 ONO

ph# 455-2475

TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010, PAGE 11

RIB #914 :
2003 TRAIL BLAZER
Asking $7,500.00 ono. 20” rims, clean in and
out. One owner, AC piping. Must see to
appreciate. Also .
2004 HONDA ACCORD
White, leather, sunroof & alarm
Asking $10,000.00 ono
(d)326-1887, 364-4454(n) 454-4172,428-3713

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

. 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 tribune issue 79 100

2000 MAXIMA :

Gold exterior tan interior. Very clean, Ac, sound
system, very low mileage. Must see
$6,000.00 ono
Call 429-4180 or 242-646-4395

1999 ISUZI NPR DIESEL BOX
TRUCK
AUTO WITH REEFER COOLER
AND LIFT
TAIL GATE LIENCE READY TO
WORK
asking $16,500,00 ONO, ALSO
1995 ISUZI
NPR BOX TRUCK asking
$10,000,
TEL 397-1464 OR
CELL 457-2298.
1 month tribune issue 79 083


FOR sae OWNER
AS IS)

1993 - 22FT GLACIER BAY CATAMARAN
PRICE:8,900.00 No)
FEATURES:

2 EVINRUDE 90HP E-TEC OUTBOARD
ENGINES
CONTACT BILL:

Email: bill@tiamoresorts.com
Telephone: 242.369.2330 or VIBE phone:

: 225.2443

Twin Engine
Control Box -
$400
Yamaha Key
Switch - $100
Mercury Mirage
ss Propeller -
17P - $400
(fits Yamaha)

Tal azn zarn
1c. Of O-400U

RIB #710 : ;
1974 36FT SPORT FISHERMAN BOAT
Yellow and white, 2-3208 caterpiller 1-8.8 onon
generator, 100 gal water maker, AC, New fly
fridge, VHF, GPS out riggers, new fuel tanks
in great shape. Bait box and fishing chair.

$60,000.00 ~
call 336-2353 cell 357-0390

‘IBBF #898

1997 Mazda RX-7,
automatic start, asking $6,000,
willing to trade,
ph# 425-7663 / 392-5935

FULY EQUIPPED FIBREGLASS FISHING
VESSEL 1990.

55 ft long, ac, two staterooms-4 crews bunks,
power-one 8v71 GM single screw-iwo ruddeis
one k4-32.0 kw generator set. Refrigerated

» 35,000Ibs capacity and more.
Serious inquiries call 352-8805.
$225,000 (neg)

1990 17 BOSTON WALER
MONTARK
White on white, 90hp
mercury engine
(low hours) trailer included,
willing to sell boat
hull only.
$6800.00 ono

. WK

MG

{ Cell 422-9343 or 456-5165

31 FOOT CENTER CONSOLE MONZA BOAT].

FOR SALE,
Twin 225 engine out riggers. ready for fishing

Mat 907_NaoOF ~~ areas
vall Qe/-UION VI VUl~oUN0F

25FT SEAFOX,

excellent condition, rewired, June 2010, 225.4
' Stroke engine, fresh water wash, salt water
wash, live well, New lights, Porta Potty,Garmin,
GPS, .ph# 422-3150

tribune issue 79 112

RIB #466
A 1963 37 FT EGG HARBOR
(Real size 40ft) boat builders (North Carolina)
2 twin detroit diesel engines, 8.2 liters,
ear 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

N SSS
RIB #390 :
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, Greai Boai Greai Deai

. Asking 16.800,00
Call: 302-6366 or 376-1914

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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:

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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

TRIB #356

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.

‘28FT CENTER CONSOLE,
2 x 225 HP Mercury Optimax, 200
+ Gallon fuel, 45 Gallon live well,
\j Massive fish boxes, ph# 424-8240
/ 5
393-4498 ask for Nick

2005 16’ SPORT BOAT
green. ($4,000.00)

Fearly new

Call 327-8271 or 465-4287 or 357-4214

B #438 ,
“TURN KEY READY TO FLY"
A cessna plane (172) p-model
In annual
Price @ $38,000.00
Contact: 465-7618


RIB #491
FOR SALE- BRAND NEW

Mens 26’ 18 speed mountain bike grey & blue
$230

Hp mini laptop w/web cam $375
Hp desktop w/18.5”" Lcd monitor $615

pioneer car Cd player Deh1200mp w/remote

$15
Call 525-6223

. 20" RIMS
1650.00 O.B.O
3260332, 4220122 _






2005 HONDA CBR 1000RR
Candy red customized paint, chromed,
excellent conditon, well maintainted, garage
kept, too many extras to mention.
Must see to appreciate.
$5,500.00 ono
Call 465-9101 cell 376-4357 or 393-1850

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

305-45-22
265/35/22

Low profile tires for sale, NanKang, Kuhmo, 285-50-20



Falken, Nexxen, Spectre,
5

215-35-18
225-40-18
225-35-20
235-30-22

Soundproof Portable
Diesel Generator Set,
Rated for 125Kw Stand By OR
113 Kw Prime.





Neg.
Call 427-9531 or 324-4937.

RIB #877E
MARSHALLTOWN TOOLS
MASONRY, CONRETE, DRYWALL TOOLS
HOT SUMMER SALE
35% OFF TO END OF JULY



225-40-19
205-40-17
215-40-17
215-45-17
225-45-17
265-35-22
305-35-24
HID Lights $180

Call: 434-4054 or 323-4365

RHEEM HOT WATER
For solor water heater 80 us gal $250.00
120 us gal. $300.00
New, not used. Call 242-376-2600

ORR,

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.



TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010, PAGE 13

BBF #887
CRUISERS $200,
20” female bikes $135, 12” bikes $85,
Also Sale on bicycle tires 20” $8, 24” $9,
26” $10

ph# 552-3497 / 448-0012 / 361-7382



Best deal in town. $2,200.00 ono
Cell 558-6614 or 466-4010



BBF #812
Specials

215-35-18
225-40-18

TRIB #274-B
2003 HONDA ACCORD BACKTRUNK
600

$
Call — 326-0332 or 422-0122.




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
242-300-1213.







Low profile Tyres. Summer

Window Tinting Specials









RIB #351
KAWASKI KLR 650
$5800.00 ono
just in new custom gloss black paint, new chain
tires handlebar and levers, corbin seat ,Steel
braided brake lines oversize front brake rotor 2
12v charge sockets and much more. $5800 ono
ph 376 9126

RIB #805 ;
2003 KAWASAKI 636 NINJA
Project bike wrecked 636 ninja engine
Still good. Ideal if you are looking for a
bike to build. $500.00
Call 426-6455











305-45-22 $265
265/35/22 $275
285-50-20 $200
225-40-19 $210
$130 205-40-17 $95.
$130 215-40-17 $110
$180 215-45-17 $110
$235 225-45-17 $115
$180 265-35-22 $275.
$180 305-35-24 $310
ae HID Lights $180
$305 Call: 356-2109




$200







TRIB #274-C ‘
2002 ACCORD 2 DOOR
LF WINDOW MOTOR -
and regulator- $200
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BBF #794
HP MINI Laptop: 1GB RAM.
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~ Finance | LayAway from $399.99.
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Win 7. CD/DVD RW. 2GHz. 2GB RAM. 250HD.
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’ Finance | LayAway from $499.99. Call
323.6315.

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Acer Mini Laptop Special:
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- ACER EM MINI Laptop:
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Reader. Anti Virus Software. 1 Year Warranty.
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323.6315.

BBF #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.

BBF #799 :
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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.
.1 month TRIBUNE ISSUE: 78 023

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 $489.99. 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

Apple Macbook Unibody Sale:

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HD; Webcam; Bluetooth; WIFI; CD/DVD
Burner. 1 Year Warranty. Finance/ LayAway
from $999.99.

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BBF #791
ACER EM 15” Laptop Special:

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WIFI. Card Reader. Facebook and Twitter
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BBF #789 :
Dell Inspiron 15” LAPTOP SALE:

Win Vista/7. CD/DVD RW. 2GHz. 2GB RAM.
160HD. WIFI. Card Reader. Anti-Virus. 1 Year
Warranty. Finance | LayAway from $499.99.

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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 Mi-
crosoft Office Suit installed.
Layaway/Financing available, only $599.00
. you cant beat it,

677-4487

THE TRIBUNE

BBF #805
Gateway Laptop Special:

Webcam; 3GB RAM; 250GB HD; CD/DVD
Burner; Windows 7; Anti Virus;.2.2.Ghz; WIFI; 1
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$599.99

. |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.

$399.99

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.

Acer 15” inch Laptop:

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-WIFI. Card Reader. Anti Virus. 1 Year War-
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323.6315.

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NEW TOSHIBA LAPTOPS
$479.00 250
GB Hard drive, 2GB RAM, Wi-Fi 15” monitor,
windows 7, 1 year warranty, free software, free
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XBOX 360
2 Games
~ $299.99

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XBOX 360 CONSOLE, WIRELESS CON-
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Xbox 360 Console & Wireless Controller:
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Brand New Blackberry Bold 299.00
(UNLOCKED)
Brand New NINTENDO WII 299.00 Includes 5
Free Games.
Call: 394-3947-After 4pm/376-4052
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Includes 2 controllers, & all wires , only $100.00
Ps3 and Ps2 giving you problems. Call me!
Games cds’ and memory cards

call
341-1650 or 535-6777

FOR SALE- BRAND
NEW
Motorola EM301
w/camera, MP3, blue-
tooth & radio $160
LG cookie
touchscreen $170
Blackberry curve
8520 w/WiFi $380
Nokia E63 w/WiFi
$285

Call 525-6223

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CELLPHONES

Moto Rokr

BlackB. Javelin.$450 .

BlackB. Bold....$420
LG KS360 $199

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364-9001 or 558-3267

BBF #882
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
10 days tribune issue 79 096 .

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(older model Nova)
Also Sonic 360
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available (new) now
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events.
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or
636-3916

Wifi Cellphones,
$249.99 -
$299.99, Layaway
Available,

Call: 328-1801
or
436-0986

T2000 WIFI DUAL
SIM

Touch Screen 4GB
Mp3.. Mp4.. FM/TV
Dual camera bluetooth
Movies & music on
phone.
Priced... $299.00
Tel: 341-0460

or
552-9793

IPHONE CLONE,
Dual Sim, WIFI, FM
Radio, TV, Comes
with: Cellphone,
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can make calls to the US and Canada with no
monthly bill. 1 Year Warranty included. Price:
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ARCADE VIDEO
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cell 427-2954



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bluetooth camera
video,
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or
552-9793

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qwerty pad
Dual camera, video record
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HID KITS FOR aa! VEHICLE OR BIKES
130

also ballast and bulbs replacement
contact # 433-5290 or 448-2926

RIB #317 :
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door speakers for sale. $45.00
Pioneer DEH/1200MP MP3/ready-$150.00
Pioneer DEH/2250 USB/Ipod Mp3 ready
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JVC kd/210 mp3/ready $135.00
Kenwood kd c/138 $115.00
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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

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Blackberry Bold 2- $600
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Norton Antivirus Sale:
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- Scans constantly to stop future attacks.
Price $29.99.
Call 323.6315.

HP 4GB Flash Drive Sale:
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take them with you. Works on any laptop or .
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Price $19.99. 1 Year warranty.
Call 323.6315



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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

BBF #779
HP ALL IN ONE PRINTER SPECIAL:
Copy, Printer, Scan. 1 Black &-1 Color Ink car-
tridge included. Power Cord. Windows. Capabil-
ity. Borderless Photos. 1 Year Warranty.
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Universal Laptop Chargers:
Charger compatible with most pc laptops. Fits
Dell, Acer, Toshiba, HP, Sony, Compaq, Fu-
jitsu, Asus, NEC ad more. S90W with multiple

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Mega Pixel. Built in microphone, flexible cam-
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Call 323:6315;

PlayStation Network
Cards:
Purchase-games, Map-
Packs, demos, and
more. $10 card for $15.
$20 card for $25.

RIB #877A
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Eyeshadow palettes, lip glosses mascaras and

more.
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Call 432-2428

CASIO G-SHOCK
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We have white, black, blue red, yellow.
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$350, 000 Negotiable,
St Andrews Beach Estates,
3 bedroom, 2 bath, alarms, water system,
2 car garage, 2nd storey possibility.
No Agents / Brokers,
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RIB #370
CENTRAL AIR CARRIER CONDENSERS
2ton(household and 4ton
(3 Phase Commercial)
Both -$800
Call 434-3965

NEW FRIGIDAIRE |

9 Cu Ft Chest
Freezer
Only $450.00
Call 362-6040

RIB #746 :
PURE BREED ROTTY PUPPIES FOR SALE
6 female left @ $600.00 each
2 male left @ $500.00ea
Call 392-1107 cell 556-2021 or 302-3948

COCATIELS FOR
SALE
Pet stores $80.00
and up. Your price
$60.00
and down.
Call 364-7897

DINING ROOM SET SEATS 6,
front room set sofa, love seat, 3
tables,

Make an offer,
owner leaving town,
phit 677-4965 / 677-4951 /
435-4517 1

FOR SALE
Sikkens.Lesonal & Wanda Paint System with
Paint Supplies. Make an offer,
ph#6774965 / 6775390 / 6763124

NEW FRIGIDAIRE
SIDE BY SIDE
Only $799.99

Call 362-6040

RIB #754
SHIT-TZU PUPPIES FOR SALE
2 puppies left, 12 weeks old and had shots.
$550.00
Call 466-4713 Ken
364-2557 evenings

BBF #889
RED NOSE PIT BULLS FOR SALE,
Female for $400, Male for $350,
phi# 393-7646 / 525-7611

TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2010, PAGE 21

BBF #936
3 PIECE LIVING ROOM SET,
sofa, love seat, and arm chair, only $500,
ph# 356-1643 / 427-9961 /
324-5552

NEW GAS STACK
WASHER DRYER
Only $950.00

Call 362-6040

RIB #724 -
06-07 Honda Accord 2door Foglights
$175.00
03-05 Honda Accord 4door Foglights
$150.00
ALL ITEMS ARE BRAND NEW AND COMES
WITH ALL ASSEMBLY PARTS
CONTACT: 448-9643

PUPPIES FOR SALE
Scottish, Chihuahua
Male, Female available, very tiny
1 Female Bichon Frise.
Call 361-3104 or 436-7128

BICHON PUPPIES FOR SALE
ist shot .$450.00. Call 364-2710 evening or
557-1336 cell or 424-8465

TENT FOR SALE

40’ x 60’ Canvas Tent

(Need minor repairs)
Three years old (must sell) $5;000.00 obo
Great for Chruch activities- large meetings

community events, etc. :
Can seat over 300 comfortably.
Telephone
242-365-0065, 242-365-0007, 242-475-3226

BBF #815
RESTAURANT APPLIANCES FOR SALE, -
rotisserie chicken machine, up to 20 chickens,
deep fryer, slushy machine, and more,
call: 456-7253

“BLUE LOW RIDER PIT BULL PUPPIES
FOR SALE.

Bloodlines include Neil's Bully,
Vesco's Dozer and Frank's Chief. Puppies are
9 weeks old with prices
starting from $400.

Call 324-5607, 428-2374 or 326-3100 ext. 5"

PURE BREED,
Red nose pitbull for sale de-wormed and first
shot. Bully blood line. $500.00
Call 324-9597/544-6798. Serious inquiries only

PITTBULL PUPPIES FOR SALE
$400.00
Call 394-4175 or 449-9806


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ELEUTHERA! A short walk to
Surfer's Beach, this 9,600SF
lot is located between the
ridges which gives it good pro-
tection and has potential for
ocean views from a second
floor residence. Perfect spot for
beach enthusiasts looking for
peace & tranquility. Web Ref:
564368 Price: $17,000
ROLLING HILLS! In a quiet,
gated community, this 3bd/2bt
home has lots of extras includ-
ing large breakfast bar, sepa-
rate laundry room, lots of stor-
age, walk-in closet, carport &
more. Web Ref: 564686.
Price: $299,500 =
PARADISE ISLAND! Just
steps to the beach, this private
and peaceful 2bd/2bt villa-style
home is a rare find! Immacu-
lately kept villa features
open-beamed_ timbered _ ceil-
ings, large enclosed courtyard
& fully air-conditioned. Web
Ref: 564612. Price: $349,000
WEST PLACE CLOSE! Situ-
ated at a cul-de-sac and con-
taining 13,703 SF this residen-
tial lot in upscale community
with foundation laid & fully ap-
proved plans is a great find!
Web Ref: 564636. Price:
$350,000

MCKINNEY AVE! Well con-
structed four-plex in great loca-
tion! Two apartments have
2bd/1bt and two apartments
have 1bd/1bt. Fully rented and
offers an excellent income op-





portunity! Web Ref: 564680.
Price: $395,000
GARDEN HILLS! Immaculate.

3bd/2bt home with tons of up-
grades; granite kitchen counter
tops, base & crown moulding,
separate shower stall in master
bath, Jacuzzi tub, 15KW gen-
erator & electric gate to name a
few. Web Ref: 564693. Price:

$420,000
SKYLINE DR! Lushly land-
scaped property features

5bd/4.5bt home, Italian marble
tile floors, French doors, fire-
place, 2 guest cottages, heated
pool, gazebo & hurricane shut-
ters are just a few features.
ST ooh Ref: 563053. Price:
West BAY STI If island living
with all the modern ‘conven-
iences and great location close
to all amenities: and entertain-
ment is what you're leoking for,
this is the home for you! Over-
looking a_ beautiful mile-long
beach this special property has
all you expect & more. Call for
viewing! Web (Ref: 563767.
Price: US$2.995M :

FOR SALE
FREEPORT! 2bd/2.5bt_ town-
house in gated community with
swimming pool,’ sunning deck
& lovely canal views. A fantas-
tic buy! Web ‘Ref: 564703.
Price: $139,500

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs

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BAHAMAS
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YAMACRAW SHORES! Newly
constructed 2bd/2.5bt town-
house feature 18" ceramic tiles
on the ground floor, hardwood
flooring on the second floor,
central a/c, solid oak and ma-
ple kitchen cabinets and much
more. Web Ref: 564427 Price:
$255,000
TREASURE COVE! Hard to
find 3bd/2.5bt home in family
oriented community has tons of
features. Granite counter tops,
Ss appliances, travertine
floors, tons af space, pool,
deck & more! Web _ Ref:
564728. Price: $519,000
DELAPORTE. POINT! Just
steps away from the ocean this
3bd/3.5bt condo is a_ special
find. Lovely waterfront views,
bamboo wood flooring, new
windows, recessed lights, mod-
ern kitchen with corian count-

ers, ss appliances & more!
Web Ref: 564599 Price:
$595,000

PARADISE IS! = Immaculate

3bd/3.5bt condo at gated com-
munity surrounded by acres of
lush tropical foliage and breath-
taking harbour views. Tray ceil-
ings, porcelain tiled floors, Ba-
hama shutters, walk-in closets,
private patio and comfortably
furnished. Web Ref: 564487
Price: $990,000

FOR RENT
SEA BEACH ESTATES!
Clean and comfortable 1bd/1bt
apartment all in a neat pack-

age. On-site laund tiled
throughout, central c & all
utilities except phone! Web
Ref: 564640. Price: $1,000
p/m n

SANDYPORT! Canal front
2bd/2.5bt townhouse with



dock, central air & more lo-
cated in much desired, exclu-
sive gated community with
24-hr security, tennis courts,
pools & a beach. Web Ref:
564651. Price: $2,250 p/m
COLUMBUS COVE! Quality
workmanship, luxury features &
prime beachfront location, this
designer condo overlooks the
pool & has spectacular ocean
views. 3bd/2bt — a must see!
Web. Ref: 564702. Price:
$3,600 p/m

THE GROVE! Immaculate
3bd/2.5bt furnished townhouse
located in gated community.








Lots of eco-friendly features,
living

overly spacious room,
formal dining room flows onto a
wrap-around deck & gazebo.








Electrical shutters on
windows/doors, central air &
2-car rage. Web _ Ref:
564708. $a, 150 p/m

SANDYPORT! Experience a
peaceful & serene Bahamian
lifestyle at this exquisite
3bd+/3bt home with private
beach/dock & spectacular
views. Richly detailed living
can be yours today! Web Ref:
564594. Price: $4,200 p/m

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs



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KINGS REALTY
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 swimmin 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, granite countertops,
honey oak cabinets, stainless

steel appliances, hurricane im-
pact windows, well water sys-
tem, storage shed and land-
scaped ard this home is a
steal at $210k
SHIRLEY STREEET COM-
MERCIAL BUILDING
Looking fof 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:
BAHAMAS @ KINGSRE
ALTY.COM

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KINGS REALTY
Venice Bay Lot

14,910 sq. ft. residential lot
with access to ocean views.

A
steal at $130k
SAL

Ss

SEAWELL MANOR SUB:
This Single family 3 bed, 2.5
bath home, is in a quite neigh-
borhood. This 2463’ sq. ft.
home is immaculately main-
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 tiled 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,

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-
mMercial/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-
tity 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:
BAHAMAS@KINGSRE
ALTY.COM




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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

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

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

LOTS:
approxi-
Starting

- JACK ISAACS
' REAL ESTATE
' CALL: 322-1069

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FOR SALE
MULTI-FAMILY LOT
10,566sq. ft.
Westridge Estates North -
paved road, underground
Ideal for 4 condos.

$159,000.00
Bank Financing available.
Telephone 325-1325,

US





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
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 Sireet: 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: 2 Bed, 2
Bath. Furn, pool, bch, gated.
$2,200: p/m

Cable Beach: 2Bed, 2Bath.
Gated, Furn. a/c, near beach
$2,300 p/m :

Cable Beach: 2 Bed, 2 Bath
Oceanfront Gated, fully furn a/c
$2,500 p/m
Faith Ave: Café Bldg with
male/female bath, sitting area
and kitchen $2, 500 p/m

Grove (west): '5 Bed, 3.5 Bath
House with large yard $2,500
p/m

Tianna's Crescent: 3 Bed, 3.5
Bath Brand; semi-furn Town-
house $2,500 p/m

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

BEZISS

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Liesited

' LOT SALE
LOT IN TREASURE COVE
on the waterfront.
Ideal for boaters, beachlovers.
Has 24-hous security patrol in
a desirable, gated community.
Tel 364-4075.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
on Carmichael Road,
100x200, $250,000 Net.
Call Larry, 544-3714.

HOUSE FOR SALE
Brand new 3 bed, 2.5 bath,
Yuma Estate west.
Tel: 422-5662 /364-0442

LOTS FOR SALE
Off St Vincent Road.
Call 356-5978, or 376-7553.
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3-BED, 2 BATH HOUSES
STARTING FROM $110,000
PH: 394-2002. FAX: 394-6100

4-PLEX PROPERTIES
NEAR SEA
50x139 $90,000

50x143 $92,000

50x147 $97,000

50x150 $99,000 -

Ph. 359-1439- Pearce
424-0675- Cartwright

ABACO LAND

OPPORTUNITY
MORES. _ ISLAND: . Residential
and Commercial Sites
Lowest Price Lots in Abaco
Short walk from government
paved airstrip. Insurable tile,
immediate availability
Government Electricity,
telephone service
On Bahamas Government Fu-
ture Development Path.

Tel V_ Coakley, 455-5329 (D),
-465-4889 evenings
Abaco Ocean Club.



water,

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.



GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.
Cable Beach Lot for Sale.

Oceanfront lot 80 X 90. Ready
for house to be built.
$310,000.00 Great
access to pool & beach.
Ask for R.E. Barnes 327 0806 _

location,

FORSALE.
12 -unit Apartment Complex
2 buildings 6 unit in each.
6 Units already renovated
Great Harbour Cay, Berry is-
lands
Phone:1(242)367-8273/GHC,
225-2193/327-4192/Nassau. _
“APT LOT FOR’SALE
Ph:434-5331
50 x 130
Cowpen $85,000 O.B.O
All. utilities in
Ask 4 Hanna



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

Ocean 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
Emall:
venicebay @coralwave.com
or our website
venicebaybahamas.com

WINTON HEIGHTS LOT

with hill-top view situated on
1/2 acre lot size 120x179.
Sold with approved plans fora
6bed/5bath, 3 storey house.
Construction ‘completed to roof.
Asking $650.000 Net.
Appraised for $762,000.
Serious inquiries only.
No agents!
Must see-to appreciate.
Phone 477-4741.

FOR SALE
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CORAL HARBOUR
2.3 ACRES

OWNER WILL FINANCE
PHONE: 362-1820



GREAT LOCATION!!!
2-bed, 2.5-bath. Gated condo
Seaview Drive, The Grove
West. Serious inquires and/or
bank pre-approved only.
Asking $249,000 Net, obo.
362-2240 after 6pm, or
467-3063.

HOUSE FOR SALE
83bed 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.

MULTI-FAMILY PROPERTY

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Located St. Vincent Road
West. 8051 24 ft
‘$85,000 O.B.O
Phone: 327-8276,429-4680,
395-8733

MULTI-FAMILY/ LOT,
169 feet X 90 feet or
15,169 sq.ft. (size of two lots)
build 6 -.12 apartments.
Lumumba Lane
(by Sea Breeze)

Call 677-5385, 324-6135 or
426-2117

FOR SALE
BY OWNER
Single Family
100 x 60
Westwinds Subdivision
$115,000.00
Phone: 424-0035



Limited

ARE YOU READY to
Buy or Sell Real Estate,

or

need an Appraisal.

Call m Cleare first at
Tel 364-4075.

FOR SALE
3-BEDROOM, 2.5-BATH
Townhouse,

Sea Beach Estate central-air.
Ph: 225-2193, 451-0308 cell.

FOR SALE
Property For Sale
Out West. Interested.
Contact: 327-6214

FOR SALE
WESTRIDGE: 1.0148 Acre Lot,
$330K Net. Serious enquiries
only. Call 457-4185 to view.

APARTMENT FOR SALE

2-bed, 1-bath, $250;000
Good commercial potential ; e-
$8,000 back at closing. +
394-8568. e

BAHAMAS

TROPICAL
REALTY.

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.

* Kilarney Shores Near to
South Westridge Approxi-
mately 10,000 PSP feet residen-
tial lots starting @ $132,000.

Wayne Wells
Bahamas Tropical Realty
(242) 327-1102

URGENTLY

Vacant Land
Houses, Duplexes/3-plexes
Apartments

Commercial Properties
We buy and Sell

Please cal Ludec
393-1183 or 557-3225

anytime.



FOR SALE
3-bed, 2-bath house with
1-bed apartment attached.
Cockburn St, off Bernard Road.
Good investment opportunity.
Reduced price, $160,000 net
3,000 Rebate
Ph: 357-7922

PROPERTY FOR SALE
CALF ESTATES
On Vinspen Road, off Cowpen
Road. Great deal! All utilities in
Just $75,000 for about
5,800sq.ft-
Call 324-1413, or 456-0001.

QUICK SALE
PROPERTY
COLLAGE GARDENS
By owner $68,000
lf closed in 30 days, $60,000
Tel:395-27 114/324-5904.

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.

HIGHBURY PARK:
House For Sale by Owner
2 bed, 1 bath & bedroom apt/
efficiency
Asking $199,900
225-1832, 544-1955, 425-1999

KEMP ROAD
PROPERTY FOR SALE
w/2 2-bedroom houses.
Contact Tasha@
322-3301 ext 41 01/429-9913.
Price*$1 00,000.



OWNER SELLING
PROPERTY
Joans Heights Subdivision
50x100
Asking $60,000 O.N.O
Tel:324-8849

FOR. SALE

Gated Single Family Lots
Located South West Ridge
Size:60x130, $105,000 Net.

Call 376-9590, 434-3549



(2) 1 BEDROOM APT, water

included. DOmingo Heights.
Tel: 392-3277, 552-6048 or
558- 7850

1 BED, 1 BATH; aSWiy reno-
vated ” semi-furnished apart-
ment for rent in quiet eastern
area neighborhood; Security
bars, water included. Near ma-
jor schools and stores. $800
p/m, first and last months’ rent
& security deposit of $500.
Must see to appreciate. Ph:
427-3156.

1 BEDROOM, all utiltiies light,
water, enclosed yard, $650 per
month, 1st, last and $300
security deposit,

* _C..W Saunders Highway.
Tel:394-5275 after 4 o'clock,
° 544-0491.

1-BED, 1-BATH APT for rent,
South Beach, Summer Haven,
$600/pm, $300 sec dep. Call
427- Sot (2eq -6061.

3-BED, 2-BATH HOUSE in
Eastern area. Partly furnished.
Security bars and alarm. Good

neighbourhood. $1,500. Tel
456-7353.

2-BED, 2.5-BATH Townhouse.
Pristine beach near Love
Beach. Fully furnished.

$2,200/pm. 423-8246.



2-BED, 1-BATH, fully furnished
apartment, Prince Charles
Drive, immaculate condition,
washer, dryer and water in-
cluded. $875.00 per month, se-
curity deposit $875.00. Tel
324-0627.



2-BED, 2-BATH APT,
all utilities included, quiet area,
fridge, stove, washer/dryer,

$1,150/pm.
557-9975, 323-7302,
322-2960.
2-BED, 2-BATH APT in West-
ern area. Includes: _ fridge,
stove, washer, dryer, cC/air,
c/fans, bars, alarm sys.
$1,200/mth. Call 424-0577.
2-BED, 2.5-BATH, . semi-fur-

nished condo. Located Lee-
ward East. First, last and sec
dep. Call 364-8664, 436-0028.

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT.
Water, cable, gas, internet,
bars, a/c. $700/mthly.
Ph: 324-6435/636-7339
: Eastern Area

2-BEDROOM APT __semi-fur-
nished, water & light included
cable also available. $800/pm.
Golden. Gates #1, Forbes
Close. Call 322-9368/434-321 1

2-BEDROOM APT, kitchen,
living room, 1-bath for rent.
Tel 359-3712, 394-6487,
Mrs Brown

2-BEDROOM Sea Breeze, un-
furnished.
2 bedroom apt, Market Street.
557-8069.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT
Lumumba Road; off Fox Hill.
Fridge, stove, central A/C.
Call 425-1606

~~ 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH

- Fully furnished, alc, Stapledon.

Gardens. Phone 325-1801.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, $700.
First, last, security.
1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, $600.

First, last, security Marathon
Estates. Ph: 9393-7900 or
394-2122

1 BEDROOM 1 BATH un-furn.
townhouse apt Twynam near
beach, cozy and quiet, $600
single person only no
kids/pets.

Tel 467. 4556/364-9034, email
sanford5 @ hotmail.com

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, water
included, $700/mth, first, last,
$350 sec. McKinney Drive, off
Carmichael

1-bed, 1-bath, water included,
$550/mth first_and last Farring-
ton Rd. 323-2378, 457-3864.

2-BEDROOMS, 1-BATH APT,
off Gladstone Road.
Security system, fridge, stove,
ceiling fans, water, included.
Call 325-5228 after 5: 30pm.
Must seel!!

VERY CHEAP OFFICE
SPACE FOR RENT
Call 676-6735 ask for Rose

1-BEDROOM, §semi-furnished,
all utilities included, $700/pm.
Quiet area in East. 2 persons
max. Tel 565-3753.





THE TRIBUNE

2BED/2BATH VILLA - PI pri-
vate pool, double enclosed ga-
rage, generator, central and
individual a/c units; security
alarm and bars; roll down hurri-
cane shutters; additional water
holding . tank. $3,000 per
month. Call 457-4185 to view.
Serious inquiries only.

3 2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
for rent located off Joe Farring-
ton Road. ‘Water include, ask-
ing $700 per month.

3. 1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
for rent located off Joe Farring-
ton Road. Water included, ask-
ing $600 per month.

1 3-BEDROOM HOUSE with
2.5-bath, kitchen, dining room,
front room & TV room. Water
included. Asking’ $800 _ per

month.
Contact 552-0480
for more information.

3-BED, 2-BATH HOUSE
Pride Estates,

$1,000 p/m, 1st, last & sec.

* Phone 392-1 0786, 324-0773.

A FULLY FURNISHED one
bedroom efficiency for rent. All
utilities included, $200.00 per
week. Call:341+2579.

APARTMENT FOR RENT
2-bed, 2.5-bath
Appliances *Dual A/C
Generator °Electric gates
Water incidued.
$1,300/month deposit required.
Contat 424-5683.

APARTMENT FOR RENT
Oakesfield, Crawford St.
$650.00 per month: ~
Tel: 552-5541, or 428-3210.

APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Semi-furnished, two bed, one
bath, off Carmichael Road.
436-7838, or 362-0605.

APT FQR RENT $700
2-bed, 1-bath, semi-furnished,
central-air Faith Ave,
557-0170

airy, one BeGhetiy
apartment in Palmdale.
Secure, upstairs location.
New everything!

Fully furnished .

Water incldued.

$750 per month.
Phone:422-3534/325-3177



BARBER AND NAIL TECH
BOOTHS FOR RENT
$100 per week.

_ Call 464-1647. .

BARBER BOOTH FOR RENT
$100/wk 2-5 years experience
needed. Farrington Road. Des-
tiny Plaza

Tel 323-0664, 427-5378.

2-BEDROOM, 7-BATH, fully
furnished apt with sec_ bas,
alarm, a/c in: Carmichael Pines.
$725 per month & /4300 sec
dep. Ph 341-0637, or
422- 2267.

SEMI-FURNISHED, one bed-
room apartment. Fox Hill, $600
per month, first and last_ with
$200 deposit. Phone: 364-0014
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BOATSWAIN HILL, Carmi-
chael Road West, furnished ef-
ficiency, w/bars, light, water &
cable included, $650 _ per
month, first, last plus $300 sec

BOATSWAIN HILL, furnished,
two bed, 1.5 bath, w/b, light,
water & cable included. $800
per month, first, last plus $400

sec. *
Phone’328-1150, 565-8018.

BRAND NEW! 1-bed, 1-bath,
furnished apt. All utilities in-
cluded. Yamacraw_ Shores,
$1000/mth. Phone 364-6489.

BRAND NEW!!
Two, one-bedroom apts.
Includes water, cable & a/c.
Phone: 426-7004 or 467-7377

BRAND NEW, spacious 1-bed
apt, $650/pm, $550 dep, Lu-
mumba Lane East. b/bars, a/c,
c/fans; walk-in closet. Quiet
neighbourhood. .Water & cook-
ing gas, included. No pets, 1
child max. 424-4226.

CABLE BEACH
ONE-BEDROOM APT,
FULLY FURNISHED,
ALL UTILITIES
INCLUDED:

WASHER/DRYER, A/C,
TEL, CATV, INTERNET.
$1200/MTH, $300/SD.
TEL:327-2184



CABLE BEACH,
3-BED, 3 1/2- BATH,
TOWN HOUSE, A/C,

FULLY FURNISHED, POOL,
ELEC GATES, EXECUTIVE
QUALITY, CLOSE TO BEACH,
SHOPPING, BUS.
SEVERAL AVAI.
$2,200 TO $2,500.
327-2694, 557-8980.

CABLE BEACH, secure, fur-
nished, 2-bed apt by Sandals.
$1,300/pm.

Tel 535-1118.

COLONY VILLAGE,
unfurnished 2-bed, 1 bath apt,
$750 p/m.
1furnished,2-bed,2-bath apt,
$950 p/m. Includes s/bars,
s/lights,wall a/c,c/fans,laundry
facilities,water,1st & last rent +
security, year lease.Phone:
429-4725, 359-7039, 357-8042

COWPEN ROAD WEST:
2-bed, 1-bath apt, $600/mth,
first, last $300 sec dep. Water,
cable, a/c included. Phone
376-6083.

DELAPORTE Beautiful
apartment 6th floor, panoramic
sea views. Furnished
2-bed, 2-bath, security, pools,
on the ocean
$2,500 per month. 424-1738.

DELAPORTE BEAUTIFUL
APARTMENT
Sixth floor, paroramic sea
views. Furnished 2-bed,
2-bath, security, pools, on the
ocean, $2,500 per month.
424-1738

EFFICIENCY: Windsor Place,
of soldier Rd, $625 a month,
first, last and security deposit.
Tel:393-0025.

FOR RENT.

EFFICIENCY APT
very small SANS SOUCI
$500/month
Semi/furnished, utilities
included Internet,

1 person only. 448-9788

EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
quiet Neighborhood
Eastern Estates
$500/month 1st/last/security
Semi/furnished
light/water/Internet, single
person only. 449-8622

EFFICIENCY FOR’ RENT:
Sunset Park, Carmichael. Fully
furnished, all utilities included.
No children. 4550/pm, first, last
7 security. $300.

APARTMENT: Rocky Pine, off
McKinney Drive, Carmichael. 2
bedrooms, 1 bath, refrigerator,
central air, water included.
$780/pm, security $500.

No children. Call. after 6pm,
361-7658. Available August 31,
2010.

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

FAITH GARDENS: 2-bedroom
1-bath, alarm system, burglar
bars, a/c bedroom, ceiling
fans,fridge and stove, blinds,
water included $800 per month
$600 security depasit. Phone

455-2475

FIRE TRAIL ROAD spacious
2-br, kitchen, dining, living,
laundry room a/c, water in-
cluded. $750/pm & $400 dep.
Tel 392-4228, 456-9618,
424-4867.

FOR RENT/SALE SPACIOUS
2 bed, 1 bath split level Condo.
Sans Souci
426-9765/361-5043

FOX HILL near Carla’s Pizza,
unfurnished 2-bedroom apt,
$650/mth, first, last and $500
sec dep. - Water included.
Phone 364-391 2/324-3296.

FULLY FURNISHED
1-bedroom and 2-bedroom
apartment in Mona and Hope
Road, Jamaican, 5 min for UWI
adequate water supply!!!
US $1200
Call:1876—382-3015,
jagga @cjamaica.com

FURNISHED COTTAGE
FOR RENT in Seven Hills,
2-bedroom, 2 bathrooms,
living, dining and kitchen
for $850p/m. Phone: 361-7659

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.

FOR RENT | FOR RENT - FORRENT |

FURNISHED STUDIO, 1-bed-
room Rocky Pine Rad, all utili-
ties, no kids/pets. Quiet mature
persons only. You must have a
car, $400 to move in. $550
monthly. Phone: 434-8340 or

341-4365

GARDEN HILLS #2
spacious efficiency apartment,
utilities included. $595.00 per

month, $300 dep.
Call 325-5780.

HAIR BOOTH FOR RENT
PHONE 376-0101

HOUSE FOR RENT, 3-bed,
2-bath, unfurnished. Excluded
water. Garden Hills #3.
424-3197(c), 364-3426 after

9pm.
IMPERIAL PARK APT for rent.
Utilities included. $700/pm.

Phone 324-1991.

JOE FARRINGTON ROAD.
New. 1 bed unfurnished Apt.
A/C, c-fans, bars, huge _ kit,
bath, bed, closet. Water incl.
$595/mth, firsv/last/ sec $300.
Tel:364-8911, 302-9016.

LARGE, 2-BED/1-BATH, fur-

nished apt, all appliances, cen-

tral air, and water, Lumumba
Lane, off Fox Hill South,
$1,000 per month. Phone

557-1460/364-1798.

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 one-bedroom,
_ furnished, $150 weekly,
neighbourhood crime watch.
434-2756.

LOVE BEACH COTTAGE
3-bed, 2-bath. Gated.
Newly refurbished, fully fur-
nished, private beach & deck.
1 year lease required. $2,100/
month. Contact 424-5683.

LOVE BEACH COTTAGE,
3-bed, 2-bath, furnished,
enclosed garden deck, beach
across road, $2,100. 457-4911.

MARIA DR: 2 bed, spacious, |

apt, water, fridge &-.stove, a/c,
ceiling fan, blinds, bars, &
wash. Call 225-4093/436-3669,
433-0046.

MUST SEE. Clean apartments

upstairs, 2-bedrooms, 1-bath

$700 monthly. Allen Drive, off
Carmichael Road.

Incl: air-condition, ceiling fans,
bars, cable, refrigerator, stove,
enclosed yard, water, blinds.
No pets, no smoking, first and
last month's rent, sec deep of
$400. Serious inquiries only.
Phone 468-3025.

NASSAU VILLAGE,
2 bed apt, fan, water, bars
included. $600/mth.
Tel 393-8991/427-3426.



FURNISHED ROOM for rent
Single males only. All utilities
included. $100 per week.
Phone 392-3944.

+

NEAR P. 1, 1-bedroom/1-bath,
furnished at $700,water
included, no children, no pets.
Ph: 376-4881

NEAT 2-BED/1-BATH,
unfurnished aparment,
$600/month. Water included.
Joan's Heights East,
Quiet area. No children.
Call:677-1923.

NEW 1-bed apt, Blue Hill
south. Stove, water, a/c, cus-
cabinets included.

tom
454-4477.

NEW 1-bed, efficiency. Water,
light, good security. $150/pw,
$600 to move in . Blue Hill Rd
opp St Agnes Church.
322-1031, 466-8372.

NEW 1-bedroom apt, spacious,
quiet area, off Prince Charles,
all utilities. 364-6921, or
454-4653.

“ONE BEDROOM APT
SMITHVILLE.
CALL AFTER 5, 364-5691.

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. Newly reno-
vated apt, fully furnished, utili-
ties included, partially air-con-
ditioned, cable and _ internet
available, secure grounds and
surroundings, conveniently lo-
cated within walking distance
from public schools, grocery
stores, and public transporta-
tion, ‘#5 Granada’ Crescent,
Golden Gates #2. Phone
242-341-5554, 448-7532.



NEW OFFICE SPACE
for lease 630 sq ft, Harrold Rd
West, move in ready (tiled,
painted, bathroom fixtures,
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 SEMI-FURNISHED
one-bedroom, one bath
apartment, fridge, stove,
cooking gas, central-air,
water, cable, bars.
$625.00 & $575.00.
Fox Hill. 427-0363.

NEWLY RENOVATED,
3bed/2bath condominium
onWest Bay. Modern,
kitchen/baths, central a/c,
washer/dryer, swimming pool,
tennis courts, furnished,

$2,000/pm.
328-0714/424-0314.

OAKSFIELD, 2-bed, 1-bath

apt, unfurnished. Incl: water,
very nice & safe complex.
$650. 445-0165.

OCEANVIEW APARTMENT

for rent. Prince Charles Drive.
2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom.
Call 324-5897

OFF CARMICHAEL
2 bed, 1 bath, $700/mth
OFF CHARLES SAUNDERS,
$690.00/mth
Tel 702-1540(day),
341-491 2(night).

ONE - TWO BEDROOM
FOR RENT. Light $600/mth,
first and last. Ph 393-2025.

ONE AIRCONDITIONED
APARTMENT, SAN SOUCI,
avaiable now, completely
furnished, one bedroom apt,
full bathroom with large walk-in
closet, full kitchen, including full
tank of gas, washing machine,
all appliance are brand new.
Utilities included: Light, water
and cable, premises is internet
and telephone ready. $900 first
and last month, yearly rent
agreement preferred.
Single occupancy - preferred.
Ideal for professional person.
Quiet environment, premises -
are enclosed.

Ph: 364-8072, 326-7218

ONE-BEDROOM 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-BEDROOM, unfurnished
apt, Foxdale Subdivision, air
condition, burglar bars, carpet-
ing, coin operated washer, wa-
ter and light included, no chil-
dren, no pets, $650 per month.
Phone:341-1205/525-2743.

QUIET NASSAU EAST. 1-bed
apt, fully & tastefully furnished
light, water, private parking.
$700/pm, first, last & $400 de-
posit. 364-7208.

: 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 fully furnished,
(office) second bedroom,
security system/stainless steel
appliances/recessed lighting,
W&D/generator, landscaped
yard, 2-car driveway, In-suite
master bath, $2,550/month.
324-9150/324-8527.

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,

WESTWINDS SUBDIVISION:
2-bed,1-bath apt
in gated community.
Water, A/C, stainless fridge,
stove, microwave, washer/
dryer and wooden blinds
included.
Tel:362-2754/502-2371.
Ask for Esther

two od-
room, one bathroom, ec ssed
yard, security bars, first & last
rent, cable included. $700 per
month plus $500 security de-
posit. Located in Golden Gates
#1. Tel 8364-7064/324-6937.

SINGLE FAMILY .

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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
garden $3,000.00 Web Ref:
40709

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.
Sandy 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

RENTAL
SHOP/OFF SPACE
Beauty Salon
For Sale
Food store appliances.
Phone 565-0757, or 323-5905.

ROOM FOR RENT
Furnished, water and light free
Foxdale
_ Please call 324-2153,

cell 432-3561.

ROOM IN PRIVATE HOME,
single person only, mustbe ~*
working. Ph:361-2498,
(cell)465-7916. call after 7pm.
$110-wk, $250 to move in.

SEA BREEZE LANE,
semi-furnished,
fridge/stove/washer/ dryer,
central-air, water included.
$850/mth, first/last/sec dep.
Phone 429-4829, 393-0002.

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.
1300 square feet.
Call 376-5422
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1-BED APT FRIDGE, stove,

water a/c in bedroom. Sandi-
lands Village, $650/mth, _ first,
last and security $400.
448-3088

1-BED, 1-BATH APT
Faith Gardens, fridge, stove,
microwave, water, gas, cable,
internet, a/c, ceiling fans.
No kids, pet, smoking
$700/monthly, $450 security
Tel 341-5918.

1-BED, 1-BATH APT, Bacardi

Road, immaculate condition,
electric gate, fully enclosed,
central air condition, security

system, fridge, stove and water
included. Washer and dryer fa-
cility $700/pm, sec dep: $500.
Tel 544-5964

1-BED, 1-BATH, fridge, Bove:
central-air, water, gas, cable,
wireless net. $650/pm.

Tel: 558-5451

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, Victoria Gar-

dens, off Gladstone Rd.
$650/mth, 1st, last, $400 sec.
535-4387. p :
1-BEDOOM, . fully fumished
apt, security screens, electricity
and .water. No kids, no pets.
Soldier Road. $550/pm. Tel
357-8106.

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,
Nassau Village. Water, a/c,
blinds, washer, dryer. $550.

393-4454/394-1880.

1-BEDROOM APT, light,
water, cable, $600/pm, first,
last plus $400 sec.
448-7699, 535-5114,
393-4529.

'1-BEDROOM APT, Yellow
Elder Gardens #1. Incl:light,
hot & cold water, fridge, stove,
cable, $600/month, $250 de-
posit. Single or couple only.
Tel 325-5626.

1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
Water & cable included.
Marathon. 393-3191.

1-BEDROOM, 1BATH, fully
furnished apartment with sec
bars, alarm, a/c in Carmichale
pines. $600 per month & $300
ec dep. Phone 341-0637, or
422-2267.

2 BEDROOM APT Sandilands
Village Rd, a/c, washer, dryer,
wooden blinds,

. $650/mth, $400 dep.
Phone 324-7545, 425-6629.

BEAUTY SALON
, COWPEN ROAD =
FOR RENT / LEASE
Hair Booth $85.00 weekly
Nail Booth $65.00 weekly
Phone 341-3914/558-6484. {

| WANTED: +

SINGLE BEDROOM for rent
with mini kitchen and private
entrnce, ater, light, stove and
fridge included. $550 _ per
month, $200 sec. 341-3379,
428-1055.

SPACIOUS, 3-BED, 1-BATH
House, located Tall Pines Es-
tates, Cable & Telepohone
ready aeisng $850.00 per mth,
1st, Last & Security Deposit re-
quired. Tel: 525-1654.

TWO & ONE-BEDROOM
APARTMENT
Blue Hill Road by AF Adderley
School $400 & $600.
431-8785/327-1387.

TWO BEDROOM APT, Carmi-
chael. $675 per month, _in-
cludes water, /c, ceiling fans,
close to us stop. 225-4130, or
426-7587
TWYNAM AVENUE, large
one-bedroom, ' fully furnished,
private entrance, all. utilities,
a/c, ceiling fans, water, electric-
ity, telephone, security bars,
cable, washer/dryer.

394-1637 after 5pm 465-1194

WEEKLY RENTAL
Attractive, quiet fully equipped
one-bed apts.

A/C, TV, internet; parking,
laundry. Near downtown & Pl.
$250 to $350/week.
Tel:394-1711, cell:565-7283.



' MATURE FEMALE to share
Apt. Furnished, East area.
Cell 432-0078, text please.

W/\/cable included.

PROFESSIONAL, MATURE
male to share 2 bed/1 bath
condo. Cable Beach, gated
complex, private beach and

pool. Asking $700.00
and shared utilities.
Tel:376-4334/327-5769.



FARM LABOURER needed.
West End. Full time. 359-7143.

FARM LABOURER WANTED
CALL 475-2082.

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

SALES CLERK needed.
356-2837, 225-4637.

KINDERGARTEN
WITH EXPERIENCED
TEACHER
for ages 3-6, guaranteed
peoinnltig reading skills. -
Prince Charles Drive.
Tel:324-0269

SALON IN URGENT NEED
of Nail Tech. Call 436-3198





ABO 3
475-2082



CAL ia

MILWORK TECHNICIAN
NEEDED

Skilled Millwork Technician with
experience in all aspects of the
trade for residence project. In-
terested applicants please
write to: .C12271, c/o The Trib-
une, PO Box N3207, Nassau,
Bahamas.

NAIL TECHNICHAN
to work on Commission.
Phone 376-0101.

NEEDED

PUBLIC ADJUSTER, min 25
yrs experience, strong insur-
ance background, ability to
swiftly interpret international
complicated contracts and ap-
ee them.

rovide resume to CopyMaxx,
Collins Ave and 6th Terrace.

NEEDED
1 live in house keeper
To cook, clean, wash and iron
and General housework.
Please reply in writing to P.O.
Box SS6208.

NEEDED
One experienced Auto Body
Repairman. Contact 393-5635
between 8am-4pm.

NEEDED: FARM LABOURER
CALL 475-2082.

NEEDED: FARM LABOURER

CALL 475-2082.
PROFESSIONAL BARBER &
NAIL TECH

FOR RENT STARTING @ $60
OR COMMISSION.
CALL 356-2311, 535-7026,
565-5379

SALES ASSOCIATE NEEDED

Must have at least a high
school diploma, pleasant
personality, be neat in
appearance, hardworking,.
reliable, honest and peys
attention to detail.
BGCSE certificate are a plus.
Mail resume to
The Manager,

P.O Box N-8477,
Nassau, Bahamas

SALES SUPERVISOR
Well established equipment
business requires individual to
handle Sales, Customer Sern-
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

SECRETARY/BOOKKEEPER
needed, full-time/part-time.
Flexible hours. Great for
college student. E-mail resume
to: meldatrading @ hotmail.com
Subject box: HELP WANTED.

DEWATERING TCHNICIAN
NEEDED
Dewatering specialist with ex-
perience in various large scale
construction projects a must.
Interested applicants should re-
spond in writing, to: C12272,

c/o The Tribune, PO
Box 207, Nassau,
iimas





Baha-

‘
5
i

SEEKING HANDYMAN to
work around family home
located #36 Milton Sgtreet,
off Market St, $175 per week
Interested person:

Call 328-1002.

SITE PROJECT MANAGER
REQUIRED
Minimum 10 years experience
as Project Manager in various
large scale construction pro-
jects a must. Only well quali-
fied applicants should respond
b send resume to: C12276, c/o
The Tribune, PO Box N3207,

Nassau, Bahamas.

SITE SUPERVISOR
Minimum 5 years experience
as Site Supervisor in various
large scale construction pro-
jects a must. Only well qualified
applicants should resound by
sending resume to: C12270,
c/o The Tribune, PO Box
N3207, Nassau, Bahamas.

SMITH & KELLY is in need of
two female Farm Labourers.
Interested persons;
242-367-7004. {

THREE FARM LABOURERS
needed in Marsh Harbour,
Abaco. Must have experience
w/goats and pigs. :
Phone:1-242-559-8473.

TWO CABINET MAKERS
Skilled cabinet makers for
custom made furniturg and

building fixtures store starting
in the next available issue.
All replies should be addressed
12275, c/o The Tribune,
PO Box N3207,
Nassau, Bahamas.

Wanted

Cashiers, Cooks, Customer
Service persons for fast food
restaurant

at Airport

Individuals must have. worked
at a fast food franchise, takea-
way food outlet or other fast
paced restaurant. Please fax
resume to 323-2154 or email to
info @ gomezcorp.com

Wanted
Manager for
Fast Food Restaurant at
Airport
Individual must have worked at
a fast food franchise or other
fast paced restaurant. Must
know every aspect of a restau-
rant, Inventory ordering, menu
preparation, cashing, customer
service, etc. Please fax re-
sume to 323-2154 or email to
info@ gomezcorp.com

FARM LABOURER.
CALL 475-2082.

call

PART-TIME HANDYMAN
PHONE 393-5142

MARINE PILE DRIVER
WANTED
Qualified person must be expe-
rienced and have a_ proven
track record as a Marine Pile

Driver. Interested applicants
should respond by sendi
their resume to: C12274, c/o

The Tribune, PO Box N3207,
Nassau, Bahamas.




CREW WANTED
(To serve as full deckhand
_ and guest services)
Applicants must be: outgoing,
riendly, well-spoken, and a
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

DATA CONVERSION AND
MANAGEMENT OMPANY
has immediate openings for:
Data Entry .and Conversion
Personnel.
Candidates should be _ profi-
cient in the use of computers
and the following software:
Microsoft Excel and Access
Adobe Photoshop and Acrobat
Sranibage Pro.
Please forward resume to: Hu-
man Resources Manager, the-
realdata rope Syanoe: com or
PO Box CB-12957
Nassau, Bahamas.

EXPERIENCED WINDOW
TINTER wanted for window
Fabrication Company. Please
fax resume 325-6638.

GARRDENER NEEDED.
PHONE 553-5498.

HANDYMAN NEEDED.

PHONE 225-2966.
A SECURITY COMPANY is
seeking a matured individual to
fill the position of a Custodian.
You must be able to perform
general cleaning duties with lit-
tle or no supervision and pos-
sess the ability to work in a fast
paced environment. Contact
325-6170/4, Mon-Fri, 9am-Spm
for further details.

“WANTED: Machine operator _
for work on Out Island.
‘Call 1-242-471-8888.

WELDER WANTED
Must be able to work
unsupervised. Please contact
- 557-0545, 428-8107, or

361-4067.

WORK FOR YOURSELF
and make $$$
Operate your hot dog stand
with very little start up cost.
323-7302.

BAR MAID /HOSTESS
WANTED
Weekly salary plus tips.
Call 225-1114

BARBERS WANTED
URGENTLY. Good location.
Call 431-9184 for more info.

CONSTRUCTION MANAGER
NEEDED

Experienced dewatering spe-
cialist with a minimum of 10
ears experience in various
arge scale construction pro-
jects a must. Must be able to
oversee and supervise multiple

projects simultaneously. Inter-
este a appllesne should re-
fi to: C1273,






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Box } § baby-sitter, Phone 344-Sss83.

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2 BARBERS
3 BEAUTICIANS NEEDED
50% or Booth Rental
$100-125 per week.
Tel 341-0420

AVON

Buy, Sell or Sign-up.
Telephone:
361-5556, 429-4922
kempcorp @ hotmail.com



LADY seeking _ employment
home caretaker, senior citizen,
babysitting, assistant cook and
office cleaning.
PHONE:325-2187, 431-5995.

LADY seeks baby-sitting, care
for the elderly or days work.
- Could drive.
Call Bev @ 535-0943.

LADY seeks job as house-
keeping, days work or look af-
ter an elderly person.Live-in or
live-out!

Mon-Fri. Serious pues. only.
Please call 448-597

LADY seeks job in restaurant
to wash dishes, clean or care
for the elderly. Call:429-9405.

LADY SEEKS job on Sunday
and evenings 0 care for the -
elderly, babysitting, janitorial,
resturants etc. Tel: 466-1594

LADY seeks live-in job as
baby-sitter. 558-7959,
525-9883.

LADY seeks live-in job as

baby-sitter, care-giver or days
work. Call 425-6818.

MATURE LADY seeks job to
care for an elderly person or a
baby. Contact. 364-8547, or
525-2396

YOUNG LADY with associate
degree seeking job to work in
private school or business firm.
Tel 323-6513, 423-2650,
433-1366.

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

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)

HELP URGENTLY
Kashela Rolle asking you for a
job, Monday - Saturday or
nights. Kitchen helper, sales
clerk, office cleaning, or shelf
stocking. Tel 556-0960.

LADY seeking babysitting,
housekeeping, care for the dis- °
abled chid or eldely. Has certifi-
cate. 392-3798, 448-7123.

LADY sesking



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SISTERLOCKS®
Special by Certified Practitioner
August- October, 2010
Complete installation $350.00
Retightening (4 hours) $60.00
Grooming $30.00

225-4433
House calls welcomed.

SIZZLING SUMMER
1



SPECIALS
Rope twist ...... $70.00
Kinky twist ......$35.00
Shingles ....

Kids Styles $10.
Phone:324-7883.

TELEVISION, Computer,
washer, dryer, fridge & stove
repairs. NFusion, Viewsat &

onicview programming

(pick up & drop off) ©

Plumbing & a/c services.
395-0087.

TERRIFIC TUESDAY
SPECIAL



Kinky Twist -.$35.00
Nails 3

+1::$15.
Ph: 324-7883

*Electronic file Storage
°E-mail
Websites
eDomains
Collaboration
Office:1.242.225.8654
E-mail: info @ projectsolu-
tionsbahamas.com

WARKY WEDNSDAY






Relaxer ...

Nails .......

Rope Twist

Kinky Twist ...........635.
Ph: 324-7883

: XMAS MONTHLY ASUE
$250 payment, $1,500 draw or
$500 payment, $3,000 draw
341-3379, or 428-1055.

AUNT JENNY'S PRESCHOOL
NOW REGISTERING.
TEL: 356-7544.

COMPUTERS, TVs
(LCD and Plasma)
and printer repairs, password
removal. Onsite repairs, or
pickup and delivery.
Phone 393-0715/535-5702.

GERMAN TRANSLATIONS
OFFFERED.
TEL 357-8822

ARE YOU’ MEETING your fit-

ness goals?

Do you spend late nights at
the office and ignore your fit-
ness gas? -

eAre you a beginner in the
world of exercise and need
some direction?

eAre you a mature individual
who wants to feel ten years
younger?

*Do you have aches and pains
that would go away with con-
sistent workouts?

Call 422-5061 for a free per-

sonal training session with an

ISSA certified personal trainer.

ADA IMPORT/EXPORT
For the best price in all your
building needs Windows,
Doors, PVC _ Decking, PVC
Doors and PVC Fencing and
lots more
(We Do Special Orders).

Call us at (242)544 3198 or
email us at
adaimportexport @ hotmail.com)

CAR PARTS ‘
Let me help you fine any car
part that you need.
Phone 428-9767

HAIR BRAIDING,
Shingling, Cornrow, Twisting,
Locks, weave-in, micro shin-
gles, lock extension, $10-$100.

Call 393-8201/468-8394

NAILS.... ...By Leah
Hot Summer Special
Ph: 432-5918






Pink and White .......... 30.00
French Tips .... $191.00
Cheese cake $35.00
Natural Nails

Alrbrush ....
Pedi/Mani ..

OUTSOURCE ACCOUNTING
AND

BOOK-KEEPING SERVICES
available now. BBA and CPA

qualified.
‘Call 565-5159, or 392-2206.

HEN’S LANDSCAPING
Major tree cuttin:
Hurricane Special.

Call us now!
392-4691 433-2482.

INTERNET - Turn $10 a month
into $10K a month....no strings
attached.

: Apply at:
pocketwealth1 @ gmail.com
etwork Su ri

eManaged Services
eNetwork Monitoring
eVPN Fanning.
°PBX and IP Phone System In-
stallation
eNetwork Infrastructure design
and implementation
SU lee ese e ener
-mail:
info @ projectsolutionsbaha-
mas.com

NEW LOOK: 242-471-4080
Infusion Shingle/weave
Jamaican Ropetwist
Afrotwist
Natural Dreadlocks
Needle Dreadlocks
Large Cornrows
Human Hair Specialist
Appointments 471-4080
Leisure Care.
Questions allowed.

Surveillance
eWireless Lighting and
erature control :
eEnergy Management
eAccess Control
Office: 1.242.225.8654
E-mail: -

tem-

K-9 TRUCKING & CUSTOM
BROKERAGE
Foxdale Subdivision
Call Anthony and Son
P.O. Box EE-17153
Tel:242-357-3787
Fax:242-324-6641
Customs is our business

. You pile it we tote it!!

LOWEST COST EVER!
Make-up application
(grooming, and skincare)
seminar available for Summer.
Call for more information
428-0074.

MIKE’S JANITORIAL
SERVICES

We provide area rug cleanin
Unlike other machines used to
clean area rugs. Our machine
does not only clean the area
rug it maintains the colour of
the area rug, removes stains
and odour, and keeps your
area rug feeling soft.
We'll come at your house and
pick your area rugs up, clean
them and drop them off the
same day.

For more information call
448-7808, or 558-5634, or
you could e-mail us at
mikescleaning @ live.com

| HELP UNLIMITED
Let us help!
Temporary Office Staff, by the
hour day or week
Marketing plans, Accounting,
BookKeeping, Adminstrative,
Secretarial, CLerical, Filing, Or-
ganizing, etc
University under-graduate with
excellent marketing skills.
Tel: 565-2312



TU

N-KEY BUSINESS
FOR SALE
M.H.Abaco.

Start making money instantly

n

Serious inquiries only

Phone:242-458-5137
E-mail:
jwsignature @ gmail.com



EXOTIC BRAIDING CLASSES
Do you want to learn a trade in
as little as 4 weeks and make a
lot of money?

Then look no further.

You will learn: Corn rows, twin-
ning, shingles, rope twist and
exotic pin ups. Registration be-
gins Monday, Sept 6 - 13th, by
calling 456-8507 and asking
form Nadia. Classes begin on
Sept 13th, 2010

Cost: $600 which includes all
materials and registration fee.

BGCSE 1
BJC 1 (2010)
-Accounts/Math
-English
-Sciences
-Entrepeneurship
-Management
12-week course begins Sept
20, 2010
Register Now! 325-5060

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



High School Boarding House
In Freeport
We provide a clean, safe &
structured environment
Attend any High School in
Grand Bahama
Deadline August 13th, 2010

Contact us @ Hizunhur Center
1 (242) 352-4842
Visit us on Facebook
hizunhur @ gmail.com

KIDS KINGDOM

Registration: é :
or struggling students who
need to learn in a smaller

é6nvironment. Space in limited
Phone 324-5220
E-mail
kidskingdombah @ gmail.com

LANGUAGES
-Creole
-Chinese
-Spanish
-Hebrew
12-week course begins Sept
20, 2010
Register Now
Tel:325-5060

LEARN TO FLY

Private Pilots Course
Instrument & Commercial
Theory

535-2484 359-0904
Email:
flightshopbahamas @ hotmail.
com



TOYA’S

Now Registering for
September Term
Computer 3-in-1 Courses.
All-in-1 job training.
Call:393-7045 Register now!

WANT TO LEARN
‘a new language.
Register today for creole
classes.
For all ages. 454-4477.

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BUSINESS —
SERVICES

WANTS TO BUY
20 foot container and 40 foot



: 30" gas stove
container needed. "
Please call Kirk, 364-0155. a6 cu.tt, Westinghouse

One bedroom apt.
Telephone 364-3555

-SMALL DESIGNER GLASS
entertainment center $300
-Sofa, love seat, chair $900
-Designer mirror dresser and 2
night tables $1,200
436-3512/552-1486

2 STAGE TOWER
2 small stage

small ice machine.
Phone 428-9767.

27” FLAT SCREEN JVC TV
$250.00



TODDLER FURNITURE,
accessories, toys and clothes
Yard Sale at #238 Diamond
Close East, Treasure Cove,

Yamacraw, Nassau,
on Saturday, August 14th
from 10am to 4pm. Expat
moving. Contact David,
376-4648.



Matching chest & nightstand.
300.00 }
Phone 468-1166.

COMPUTER AND
MOVEABLE STAND
FOR SALE
Both in good condition.



GAS & ELECTRIC STOVE,
washing machine for sale ~
533-9924/351-6035.

IPHONE AND IPAD

SPECIALS Asking $500 for both.
ao 12 accessory pieces | Phone:427-5284, or 364-7218
50.00 a ares
Ipad accessory bundle $60.00 COMPUTER DESK & CHAIR
Call 357-8867 $125.00 or make an offer.
376-1874.
ITEMS FOR SALE FOR SALE

Small cribs for sale

Tel 356-7544, 325.7866 Bamboo flooring, Maple cabi-

nets, Mahogany doors, Custom
wood closets.
Telephone 636-0625
interiorservicessolutions @
yahoo.com

FOR SALE - New Tires
Great prices, sizes vary from

Livingroom set, King size
beds, fridge, stove, baby
items, quality used furniture
Saturdays: 10am-2pm.
392-5364.

MUST GO 13 * 20°
Two 12” 1,000 Watts Speak- Call 552-7440
ers (in bin) and 2 Amps. FOR SALE
el: 393-5376. ¢ 1 blue sota.<) 00.00. Must see.
PLANT SALE ae
Guava, Avacado, Passion fruit, FOR SALE

Aloe (National flower) | 2 Soin oes fo eens ergs sell

FOR SALE
Attractive Hurricane Shutter
Build to order for double
windows. $190.

Noni ,
Yellow Elder. Call 425-1059.

PRESCHOOL MATERIAL -
2-4 feet height metal chairs,
plastic chairs, sleeping mats,

posters, toys, metal stacher, Singles $100
book case, & tables. Ph:426-8704
Tel 364-0146. FOR SALE

Dining table 5-pc(purchase at
Roberts). Good condition.
Real wood, (oak look), $1200
434-8340/341-4365

FOR SALE
Full featured PS2 Rcing Wheel
and petals. in brand new

REMAINING INVENTORY
Low impact windows & doors
clearing discounted 35%.
Brand new, MUST SEE.
Buy 5 or more and get an
additional 5%OFF

Sale Price condition. Selling for $70.00
26x26 $154.64 Phone 324-8908 :
37x38 $190.32 :
37x50 $235.44 FOR SALE
36x60 $274.22 Quality paintings, custom
96x60 $633.72 frames for photos & paintings

. display available. A must see
‘or Art Collectors.
26x26 PS 72.48 Kenwork Shop, 324-0012.
37x38 222.44
~ FOR SALE
ethos teas White bunk bed combo, single
. bed at top & double bed at the
bottom. Tel 361-6285.
cane eee RHEEM 3-TON CENTRAL

AIR UNIT, complete.
$1499.00 Contact
1-242-552-0670.

USED DELL COMPUTER
KB/M/17" LCD/XP
Internet ready
512 Megs/40 gig hd)
Ph: 323-6731

Telephone:302-1759/225-8757

USED TIRES FOR SALE
All sizes are available. Starting
price is $25 @ Best Autos and
accessories on Prince Charles
Drive next to Sammys Chicken.
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RESIDENCES AT BAYSIDE. ‘CABLE BEACH: TWYNAM HEIGHTS OFF VILLAGE ROAD, DUPLEX TREASURE CAY

2:6: bed beachfront condos in Port New 3bed,,2.5 bath condo. 3 bed, 2 bath home. Hurricane impact windows 1-2 bed, 2 bth plus 1-2 bed, Ibath. - -2 bed, 2 bath Villa. Furnished.

Providence. Presently under construction.

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Abaco, MAN-O-WAR CAY Governor's Harbour, PINEAPPLE FIELDS GREAT HARBOUR CAY : : TREASURE CAY, Abaco SANDYPORT CONDOS
1/2 acre beachfront lot in town. 1 bed, 1 bath fully furnished condo. 1 bed, 1 bath beach villa. Furnished, | Harbour front 2 bed, 2 bath condo. Newly built. Dockage available.

$425,000. Ref# 7123 _ $260,000. Ref# 7129 $135,000, Ref# 7128 $325,000. Ref# 7195 From $395 000 or 2.500) mio Ref 7187, 7188,7189

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1 bed, 1 bath beach Villa. Furnished. Spacious 3 bed, 2.5 bath end unit. _ bath apartments. Great income potential. 4 bed, 3 bath home. Pool, landscaped. 2 bed, 2 bath canal front home.

$175,000, Ret# 7148 sak oe Ref#7112 $310,000. Ref#7119 ' $425,000. Ref# 6684 : $299,000. Ref# 7155











GUANA CAY, Abaco Long Island BEACHFRONT HOME
Charming 2 bed, 2 bath cottage With views. 2bed/2bath, Turn-key on 5.5 acres.
$299,000. Ref# 7196 $1,619,000. Ref# 7018



EAST STREET BUILDING CENTRE OF COMMERCE RENTAL - Attention First Time Buyers.
Drastic reduction. Central location 4,000 sq. ft 1,600.sq, ft. Fully furnished. Turn key. Renovated, 1 bed, | bath condo, Ocean Views.
$395,000. Ref# 6880 ' $7,066 monthly. Ref# R6993 $165,000, Ref# 7114.

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Waterfront lot 100 x200. A steal. 5,020 sq. ft lot on sandy, white beach. Single familylot.11,700sq ft Qwnerfinancing. | 2bed,2bth home. 80’ of ocean frontage. - . 2 bed, 2 bath beachfront home.





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High Point Estates off JEK. 8,525 sq. ft. triplex Lot with. Livaided $140,000. #6997 Sandyport. 3 and:4 bed townhomes. From $ 2,500, -#R0572, #R0573, #R0477
Sandyport- 60 x165 lot. Private dock and beach. $350,000 Ref# 7209 Commercial building cofner. of Virginia & Nassau Streets. Newly renovated, 1,500 sq. ft. $3,000. #RO47 1
Greater Chippingham, 2 multi family lots each 4,868 sq. ft. $65,000 each. Ref# 7142 = Shirley Street. Office buildings 2,500 sq. ft. $5,000 #RO340_
Greater Chippingham, 2 multi family lots each 4,852 sq, ft $60,000 each. Ref 7140 Port New Providence- Seapoint 4 bed/2,5 bath. $5,500 #R0565
Twynam Heights Single Family Lots (8,000-9,600 sq. ft.):from $145,000 #7157, # 7158 _ Prospect Ridge 2 bed, 1 bth. Furnished, pool, $1,500, Ref#0575
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