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Body parts
found inside
12-foot catch

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW
By EILEEN CARRON

JUST AS the deep sea fish-
erman was about to cut the
hook from the shark’s wide
open mouth and let him go,
out jumped a human foot.

“Everything was intact
from the knee down,” said
Bahamian investment banker

Humphrey Simmons, “it was
mangled, but there was still
flesh on the bone.”

“That ended a day of fish-
ing for Mr Simmons and his:
two companions who spent
most of the morning trying
to get away from sharks.

By the time the unusually
heavy Tiger shark was landed
at the Defence Force’s Coral
Harbour base’ and his dis-
tended body cut open, the
body of:a man, minus his
head, was found: The leg that
the shark had regurgitated
was theman’s left leg. Inside
was his severed right leg, two. .
severed arms and a torso in
two sections.’

Obviously, as Mr Sim-
mons’ 10-year-old daughter
observed, this shark had its
prey all to himself. There was




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Thousands of
dollars of
public money
stolen after
oficial ted
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By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net



A FAMILY Island admin-
istrator and his son were
attacked by masked gunmen,
tied up and abandoned in a
terrifying ordeal that result-
ed in the theft of a significant
amount of public money ear-
ly Saturday morning.

Acklins administrator Gre-
gory Knowles was gunbutted
and his 16-year-old son’s life
was threatened by the two
robbers armed with handguns
who attacked them in their
home when they returned at
around 12.30am after being
out on Friday night.

Mr Knowles was hit on the
back of the head with a gun
and the armed robbers stole
$200 from him as well as his
cellular phone when raiding
his house.

They went on to threaten
to kill his son if the local gov-
ernment official did not dis-
close the code for the gov-
ernment safe. ;

The armed men then forced
Mr Knowles and his son into
their car at gunpoint and they
drove to the island adminis-.
trator’s office at the govern-
ment complex in Mason’s Bay
where they forced them to
open the safe.

“They took a large sum of
cash and cheques,” Assistant
Commissioner of Police
Glenn Miller said.

_ “It appears they took
everything inside.”

The robbers then-drove the
father and son down a track
road in a bushy area, tied
them up and left.

It was-not until after 3am
that the pair were able to free

no, sign that another-shark

had fought over the body. It.

is believed that the man had
drowned before the shark
swallowed him.
Mr Simmons, of Cable
Beach, a banker with Xan-
thos Investment, and his two
deep sea fishing. companions

foot Tiger shark into the Coral Harbour Base after fishermen observed

it regurgitating human remains.

— Keith Ferguson and Stan-
ley Bernard — left Marshall
Road, South Beach before
6am Saturday in Mr Simmons
30-foot Pursuit, “Azulardo.”

“We went 35 miles south

of Nassau and started fishing
about 7.45am,” said Mr Sim-
mons. “After about 45 min-
utes we pulled up a fish, and
a shark took it.

“We left the area and went

two miles further south and
let out the lines again. Keith
pulled up his line and before
reaching the surface the shark

_ had broken the line.”

The weather was calm
with winds about 4mph blow-
ing from the southwest.



“T always watch that before
I go out,” Mr Simmons
laughed. -

Trying to get rid of the
sharks; Mr Simmons moved
again, this time about two to

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’ themselves and walk to the

Acklins police station, Mr
Miller said.

Police then found Mr
Knowles’ car parked back at
his house.

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‘MAY HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN
- ALLEGED BRIBERY SCHEME’

By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
tthompson@tribunemedia.net

POLICE suspect a Passport Office employ-
ee. may have been involved in an alleged
bribery scheme exposed by a local radio and
television personality.

Chief Passport Officer Franklyn Dames
called police to investigate corruption claims he
heard on the radio show, “The New Nation”,
hosted by Lincoln Bain and took immediate
action to transfer the man in question out of
the Passport Office. ;

Mr Bain was then questioned at length by
officers at the Central Detective Unit who
thanked him for his work and for making the
allegations public, he said.

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IN COB PRESIDENCY SHORTLIST

By AVA TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
aturnquest@tribunemedia.net

BAHAMIAN and Caribbean candidates have
reportedly failed to make the shortlist for the
presidency of the College of the Bahamas, The
‘Tribune was told. SR

With the individual tours of both campuses set
to begin next week Monday, COB sources con-
firmed all three of the final candidates are US cit-
izens.

The college is expected to release the identity
of the finalists today along with their CVs.

Scheduled to start September 13, the three-day

' candidate tour will begin with breakfast with the

Search Committee at the British Colonial Hilton
followed by an introductory meeting with the
current president Dr Earla Carey-Baines.

The second tour will take place the following
week on September 16 and the final visit is sched-

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, LOCAL NEWS

Laing plans to meet residents
to discuss business ideas

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter

dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - Recognis-
ing that the economy here

continues to be significantly .

challenged, State Minister
for Finance Zhivargo Laing
is planning to meet with res-
idents on Grand Bahama to
discuss some simple business
ideas that can be pursued on
this island.

He believes that there are
still opportunities available
out there for persons to be
employed.

“I expect to be conduct- ”

ing some meetings in this
community soon to talk to
people about some business
ideas that we...believe peo-
ple can pursue if they organ-
ise themselves properly,” Mr
Laing said...

While speaking with the
media on Friday,, Minister
Laing said many people still
continue to seek employ-
ment on the island. .

Concerns were: recently
expressed about the
increased number of illegal
street vendors in the
Freeport area by the Grand
Bahama Port Authority,
which has responsibility for
Freeport.

All illegal vendors selling
phone cards, beverages and
food items, and the like,
have been asked to cease
trading at the end of August.

Mr Laing said govern-

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ment is continuing to have
discussions with the Port
Authority about the matter
in hopes that an amicable
solution can be reached.

Vendors

“We know that any num-
ber of street vendors have
taken to (to the streets) try-
ing to make their own way.

“At this point, we are try-
ing to ensure that the voices
of the vendors are heard and
that the concerns of the Port
are recognized, and in the
end come with a solution to
help both parties.

“The Port has some ideas
as to how it wants to pro-
ceed with this matter and
they are interested in reach-
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The minister said the
Grand Bahama economy
has started to experience
some gains as a result of the
new activities taking place
on the island.

“We are pleased to see
BORCO recently move for-
ward with some signing of
its contracts, and so over the
next 12 months we expect
BORCO activities to gener-
ate additional economic
activity for ‘this island,”. he
added.

Mr Laing also noted that
Statoil in East Grand
Bahama is also expected to
provide some employment
benefits to Bahamians.

He said construction of
the new $16 million Gov-
ernment office complex is
three months ahead of’
schedule. “They are work-
ing really expeditiously on
that project and that has had
some benefit,” added Mr
Laing.

‘The additional cruise
ships to Grand Bahama, he
stated, has also brought
increased economic activity
at Port Lucaya..

“There have been some
gains to this economy, but
again not enough to soak up
what has been fer some peo-
ple a long term period of
unemployment,” Mr Laing
said.

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THE PLP has criticised the
“inept” FNM government for
allowing crime to spiral out
of control after Friday’s
brazen attack on the Acklins
island administrator.

With a murder toll of 65
so far this year and several
serious crime cases pending,
the PLP maintains the gov-
ernment is sending the wrong
message to criminals by fail-
ing to act.

The party maintains there.

is no excuse for not yet trying
those charged with breaking
into the Supreme and Magis-

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of an elderly woman discov-
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Eight Mile Rock on Friday
_has been officially identified
as 62-year-old Helena Leano-
ra Jones.

Ms Jones, a resident of
Hanna Hill, Eight Mile Rock,
was reported missing around
Sam on Friday by a relative.

Later that afternoon,
police received a report
around noon that a body was
floating near the shore in the

Hepburn Town area.

The body was taken to the .
Rand Memorial Hospital
morgue. The victim’s son
identified his mother’s
remuins. An‘atitopsy is~ “"'
evpected to Ds performed on



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road closures



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Works and Transport has
advised the public of tempo-

ray ‘yroad closures that are now
in effect:

o. Bethel venue from JFK
Drive closed effective Satur-
day, September 4.

e Roberta Drive from Ridge-
land Park West onto Robinson
Road closed effective April
2010.

e Dolphin Drive closed effec-
tive Tuesday, August 31.

e Bethel Avenue: from
Tonique Williams-Darling
Highway travelling north was
closed effecitive August 29.

Motorists are asked to fol-
low and observe the traffic
management scheme and diver-
sions in place.

The Ministry of Public
Works and Transport thanked
the. public for its continued sup-

port and patience during the~

road works and apologised for
any inconvenience that might
have been caused by these clo-
sures. It requested that the pub-
lic use the alternate iroutes pro-
vided.

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trates Courts, the Passport
Office and a raid on First-
Caribbean Bank in Sandyport
on July 28, and lamented the
fact that the police have not
yet charged suspects in con-
nection with the shooting of a
police officer’s home early
Wednesday morning.

Officer

“The attack on the police
officer, who is due to testify in
an armed robbery trial, came
after another man connected
to the case, Raymond Bast-
ian, 35, was murdered in a dri-
ve-by shooting in which his
three-month-old daughter was
also injured.

“The FNM government
continues to send criminals
the message that they can get
away with their brazen acts
of lawlessness,” stated the
PLP.

“Persons who intimidate
witnesses continue to roam
the streets as if our country








is the wild, wild west of old.

“The government must
demonstrate to all within our
borders that anyone who
shoots at or otherwise threat-
ens a police officer, a witness
in a trial, or a judge, will be
immediately arrested, charged
and tried.

“There is too much talk
and no action from this inept
FNM government.”

The PLP also disagreed
with a Tribune editorial com-
ment stating judicial Bahami-
anisation has been a colossal
failure, but shifted the blame
to the FNM Attorney Gener-
al John Delancey.

“We do not believe that
the Bahamianisation of the
judiciary has been a failure,”
the party stated.

“Judges do not prepare
cases. Our judges sit always
ready, willing and able to hear
cases.

“Regrettably the office of
the Attorney General too fre-
quently is not ready to prose-
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judges. The fault lies solidly at
the feet of the Attorney Gen-
eral. The Attorney General
is a colossal failure.”

Judges

The party also hit out at
the FNM for failure to con-
duct a salary review for judges

as is required by the Judges |

Remuneration and Pensions
Act, and called on the Prime
Minister to provide the House

of Assembly with a report’
_ looking into the adequacy of

judges’ salaries, allowances,
pensions, and benefits.

‘

“We. call upon the Attor-”

ney General to advise the
government to cbey the law,”
stated the PLP.

_ “Bahamians, everywhere,
even FNM’s, are crying out
for the day when they will be
able to free themselyes from
this nightmarish ‘jokey’ FNM
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LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903-1 Ql.

SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, Kt, O.B.E., K.M., K.C.S8.G,

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What’s on Obama’s next page?

Insisting Tuesday evening that “it’s time to
turn the page,” President Obama was talking
about more than the Iraq War, and doing
much more than reviving one of his most
effective.slogans from the 2008 campaign.

He was also trying to turn-the page on a
period in which he has found himself on the
defensive, his party in a perilous position
for November’s elections, and his reputa-
tion for political mastery in doubt.

Obama’s Oval Office speéch was res-
olutely nonpolitical in form but profoundly
political in its implications.

To rescue his party, Obama had to begin
rebuilding his own popularity, offer hope in
a time of economic despair, and restore con-
fidence in the course on which he has set
the nation.

It was an almost impossibly difficult com-
bination of goals, and he chose to achieve
them in just 18 minutes...

He spoke about war and foreign policy
to a country exhausted by combat abroad
and focused intensely on economic prob-
lems at home. Obama had to present himself
as a commander in chief, not as the leader of
the Democratic Party, yet the speech could
only be heard in the context of an-election
that is just two months away.

“, The result was a series of balancing acts
‘that, while abit ungainly, held the promise of
lifting Obama’s standing with middle-of-the
road voters who may have begun to lose
faith.

His treatment of former President George
W. Bush was emblematic. His words were
exceptionally gracious. While noting that he

-and his predecessor “disagreed about the

’ war from its outset,” Obama added that “no
one can doubt President Bush’s support for
our troops, or his love of country and com-
mitment to our security.”

For those who see the Iraq War as a cata-
strophic mistake — and their ranks include
many of Obama’s earliest supporters — this
was more praise than Bush deserved given
the magnitude of the error he made. Mean-
while, some of the war’s staunchest back-
ers immediately assailed Obama for not

crediting the positive-effects of Bush’s troop -

surge.

Less-partisan voters, however, may simply
have seen an Obama behaving like a presi-
dent, being as generous as he had to be,
acknowledging the valor of our troops b~t

refusing to concede that a war so many of

them wish we hadn’t fought was a good idea.
In fact, the central players in Obama’s

. story were not politicians at all but the men

and women of “the finest fighting force that
the world has ever known.”

By constantly returning to their sacrifices,
Obama sought to reassure those who fought
and the families of those who died that their
exertions and losses had acconiplished great
things for the nation, even in a war that the
current commander in chief regards as mis-
taken. Here, too, he spoke for many con-
flicted Americans who now doubt the wis-
dom of the war and yet still hope it might
yield something other than bitter fruit.

And then, well more than half-way
through, Obama offered what Democrats
had been waiting for: a turn homeward and
a brutal accounting of the costs of the con-
flict. “We spent a trillion dollars at war,
often financed by borrowing from overseas,”
Obama declared. “This, in turn, has short-
changed investments in our own people, and
contributed to record deficits. For too long,
we have put off tough decisions on every-
thing from our manufacturing base to.our
energy policy to education reform.”

Members of the president’s party, strug-
gling for political traction, were quick to
highlight his call to face our “challenges at
home.” Rep. Chris Van Hollen, who has the
unenviable task of leading the Democrats’
effort to hold the House of Representatives,

. said in an interview shortly after Obama

concluded: “The overall theme of the speech
was that it’s time to turn to nation-building
at home rather than nation-building abroad.”

For Van Hollen and other Democrats,
the real test of whether Obama succeeded
will not be the reception of this single
address but whether it becomes the prelude
to an invigorated presidency that uses the
end of combat operations in Iraq to rekindle
the aspirations for change that won him
power in the first place.

Asa successful author, Obama knows that
turning a page is not the same as writing the
next chapter. Now, he must produce a nar-
rative compelling enough to alter a story
line that, on its current trajectory, does not

~ end well for him.

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Associated Press)

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responds to Allyson
Maynard-Gibson

EDITOR, The Tribune.

Admittedly, I was.surprised
that my column on the impor-
tance of specialised courts and
the alleviation of the current
case backlog and published in
The Tribune on August 13,
2010, seemingly incensed at
least one former Cabinet min-
ister so acutely.

Former Attorney General
Allyson Maynard-Gibson
wrote a letter, published in

the major dailies and—I’m:

told— it has been on a pub-
licity tour and virally repro-
duced on several websites,
criticising me for an observa-
tion on the Coroner’s Court,
while seemingly dismissing
the entire article and obvious
research. In her letter, she
repeatedly stated and implied
that I was not “minded to find
out the facts and write the
truth” and that my piece
lacked “research.”

When taken as a whole, I
found such a tact—relative to
my overall research pre-
posterous, particularly as my
piece relied heavily upon the
seminal work of noted law
professor/author Rose-Marie
Belle Antoine and featured
distinguished legal theorists
Boris Kozolchyk and Joseph
Raz.

I bow to her knowledge as
to the nature of the separa-
tion of powers. Frankly, the
former minister has had first
hand experience with the
debacle of former Registrar
General Elizabeth Thompson,
where an error in judgment
subsequently caused the
country precious money.

It is my fervent hope that
she didn’t take what was
meant as a plea to modernise
and create a more efficient
justice system as an attack on
her tenure as Attorney Gen-

eral. At the time of writing, ©

she was far removed from my
mind. I am also hopeful that
this spirited attack does not
stem from my past analysis
and/or criticisms of policies
proposed by her or related
happenings for which she had
oversight or was a participant.

At one point in her letter,
Mrs Gibson stated: “I was the

‘ Attorney General and Min-

ister of Legal Affairs at the
time. I deplore Adrian Gib-
son’s. irresponsible and
untruthful allegations and

‘aspersions against the Execu-

tive.”

Regrettably, the aforesaid
is mere sensationalism and
misinformation as I never
sought to cast “irresponsible
and untruthful allegations and
aspersions against the Execu-
tive.” The objective of the col-
umn was patently clear.

As a student of law and an
historian, I have an apprecia-
tion for the concept of the
separation “of powers. First
coined by Aristotle (384-322
BC), the separation of powers
is a constitutional doctrine
intended to make certain that
the functions, personnel and
powers of the institutions of

. the state are not fused in any

one body.
Whilst I accept Allyson

Maynard-Gibson’s position as —

to the discontinuation of the
Coroners Court in its capaci-
ty asa specialist court, I must

Sew EIees

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state that the court is a crea-
ture of statute and therefore is
also subject to changes and/or
abrogation by the Legislature.

Regarding Mrs Maynard-
Gibson’s comments about the
Executive, there is local case
law that should have demon-
strated this principle of law. In
D’Arcy Ryan v Minister of
Home Affairs/Immigration,
Mr Ryan—a “Belonger”—

was unconstitutionally denied ,

his right to citizenship—con-
trary to the Bahamas Nation-
ality Act (1973)—purported-
ly due to his political leanings.

Ryan’s case was heard by
the Privy Council, which
unanimously held that:

“On the facts disclosed to
this court, no reasonable min-
ister acting with due sense of
his responsibilities under the
legislation would, at the
inception of these proceed-
ings, have been justified in
refusing the appellant’s appli-
cation for registration as a cit-
izen. In the facts as disclosed
to us registration could be
refused only by acting per-
versely.”

The late Sir Clement May-
nard, Allyson Maynard-Gib-
son’s father and the then Min-
ister of Immigration/Home
Affairs, seemingly “acted per-
versely” when he disregard-
ed the Privy Council’s ruling.

Upon reading Mrs May-
nard-Gibson’s letter, where

She asserted that I wrote

“irresponsible and untruthful
allegations and aspersions
against the Executive,” one
remembers studying this case,
which was an affront to judi-
cial independence and slight-
ed the conventional notion of
a separation of powers.
Furthermore, the Supreme
Court justice—who made the
original order to grant Mr
Ryan’s citizenship—was
caught-up in the midst of an
attempt by the then Attorney
General to have him disqual-

ify himself from hearing an .

application to commit the
Minister of Home Affairs to
prison for contempt of court
after his refusal to comply
with the aforementioned
Privy Council ruling.

The judge held that it
would be a dereliction of his
duty and breach of his oath
to accede to the minister’s
request.

Moreover, in recent years,
former Supreme Court Jus-
tice John Lyons contended—
while on the Bench—that the
“swift justice” initiative, pro-
moted by Allyson Maynard-
Gibson during her tenure as
Attorney General, was mere-
ly a “self-promoting piece of
headline hunting.” Further-

_ more, former Justice Lyons

condemned an internal report
on the “swift justice” initia-
tive, likening it to a “school-
master’s report or human
resources managet’s report of
what is happening in a named
judge’s court.” Essentially, the
report appeared to grade
judges on the rate of convic-
tions in their courts.

What’s more, many people
know that according to the
Constitution, the Prime Min-
ister (a member of the Exec-
utive), in consultation with
the Leader of the Opposition,
recommends to the Governor
General appointees to the
posts of Chief Justice and
President of the Court of
Appeal. Even more, the Chief
Justice is known to liaise with
the Executive on administra-
tive matters affecting the Judi-
clary.

In, my previous column, I
was simply pointing out the
flaws in the judicial system
and recommending likely
overhauls and fixes, however
it appears that Allyson May-
nard-Gibson was the only one
who took umbrage to it
despite the fact that she was
one of the better Attorney
Generals that we’ve had.

I thank Mrs Maynard-Gib-
son for her readership!

ADRIAN GIBSON
Tribune Columnist
Nassau,

August 25, 2010.

Tony Blair's memoir is an otlyssey

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EDITOR, The Tribune.



With respect to Prime Minister Tony Blair’s new memoir. “A -
Journey” I would like to offer the following comments for print.

Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair’s new memoir “A JYour-
ney” is an odyssey into moral and political corruption. The. book
unwittingly justifies a totalitarian mentality and explains why most
of our democracies today are, in reality, thinly disguised to-talitar-

ian regimes.
Blair writes:

“Politicians are obliged from time to time to con-

ceal the full truth, to bend it and even distort it” in ordex: to force

their agenda on the people.

Blair also talks of Al-Qaeda and Saddam Hussein as, sharing “ ‘a
common set of attitudes: indifference to human life (and) the jus-

tification of mass killing...’

”, Nowhere in his book does he express

any regret for his own policies that sanctioned and advanced the use
of contraceptives and the practices of abortion and ‘euthanasia, ie
“indifference to human life (and) the justification of mass killing.”

Proud of his achievements in the advancement of homosexual-
ity he also looks upon the illicit affairs of politicians — not with any
moral disdain — but with a “fairly worldly eye.”

Tony Blair is not alone. His book makes it clear that his kind is
the norm in governments throughout the “free” world. A sad

state of affairs!

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Seafood firm may move into shark fins, sea urchin

By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net

A SEAFOOD export com-
pany harvesting sea cucumbers
by the thousands to feed Chi-
nese Appetites may consider
expanding North Andros oper-
ations to include shark-finning
and sea urchin harvesting.

Conservationists concerned
about the environmental
impact of harvesting around
5,000 sea cucumbers a day for
export to Hong Kong have
called for Sunco Wholesale
Seafood Ltd to stop harvesting
immediately while a full stock
assessment and study of sea
cucumbcv -‘s is done.

There are currently no regu-
lations in place to control the
harvesting ofsea,cucumbers in
the Bahamas and no stock
assessment has been done as
they have not been targetted
on a commercial basis before.

Sharks are also unprotected
because they have never been
commercially fished in Bahami-
an waters.

Sharks were once considered
a worthless bycatch, but they
are increasingly being fished to
serve emerging markets for
their meat and fins, which are
used in soups and can fetch
more than $200 per kilogram.

In places such as China,
shark-fin soup could once only
be afforded by the elite, but the
growing numbers of middle-
class people in the country has
driven up demand.

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boasts one of the healthiest
shark populations in the region,
attracting divers from around
the world. :

But shark populations
around the world are declining
and some suggest this is direct-
ly in line with the rise of the
Chinese middle class.

Shark-fin soup is considered
a delicacy in Chinese cuisine,
indulged in by the growing mid-
dle class of an estimated 64 mil-
lion which has emerged since
the 1970's, according to a Mas-
tercard survey in 2002.

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shark has declined by 99 per
cent over the past 30 years in
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CEO of Sunco Wholesale
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who was granted an export
license for sea cucumbers late
last year, said he may: expand
operations in Mastic Point to

.also harvest shark-fins for Chi-

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And some Androsians allege
shark-finning has already been
explored by Sunco, something
Mr Mackey denied. °

He would need additional
permissions from the Depart-
ment of Marine Resources to
export anything other than sea
cucumbers.

“Shark-finning has been
talked about, but we have real-
ly got to find a market for it
first,” Mr Mackey said.

“But right now we are not
bothering with that because we
are just trying to get something
off the ground which gives a lot
of people in the community
jobs.”

Mr Mackey said he would
also consider harvesting sea
urchins when business picks up,
something the BNT would
strongly oppose.

The long-spined sea urchin
diadema also fetches a high
price in China for its culinary
attributes, but the keystone
species has only just recovered
from a disease to serve its vital
function keeping the reef alive.

Mr Carey said the Asian
appetite raises concerns for an
impact on wildlife not tradi-
tionally harvested or hunted in
the Bahamas.

Conservationists in Antigua
have warned him wild birds,
such as egrets and herons, were
hunted there for Chinese
export, and although the sea
birds are protected under
Bahamian law, sharks are not.

The BNT is preparing to
launch a major shark protec-

tion campaign which has been

accelerated because of the ris-
ing demand for the product in
Chinese culture.

The BNT is also concerned ~

the hundreds of Chinese people
living in Nassau to build the
national stadium in Oakes
Field, and 5,000 who may be
brought over to build BahaMar,
may also increase demand in
the Bahamas.

He is even suspicious about
the contents of a soup served
in a Nassau restaurant, and the
BNT is running tests on the
questionable ingredient he
hopes is not a shark-fin.

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THE Bahamas Alliance for
Animal Rights & Kindness

(Baark!) recently participated in -

the International Homeless Ani-
mals Day by assisting shoppers
at Town Center Mall with a short
quiz and giving away Purina
prizes and free spay and neuter
coupons valued at over $1,600.

Participants expressed shock
and genuine concern after tak-
ing the quiz and signed up thirty-
two pets to be spayed/neutered.

“Most Bahamians don’t
realise an average of 50 home-
less dogs are killed every Friday
at our government-run Canine
Control Unit (aka The Pound),”
according to Baark!

Laura Kimble, Baark! chair-
man said: “Trapping, collecting
and euthanising homeless ani-
mals is not a functional solution
and their numbers continue to
soar. It’s like responding to a bro-
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“Futility of Idols and the trustworthyness of God”

Psalm. 115:2-8

The problem is created when we
fail to spay or neuter. our pets
and allow them to roam Iree.
Spay/neuter is the only real solu-
tion.” -

Dogs and cats can reproduce

several times a year and there
just are not enough homes for
them.

“It sounds harsh, but when
you let your pet have puppies or
kittens, without realising it you
are basically killing the other
dogs, cats; puppies and kittens in
need of homes,” said Chandra
Parker-McCallum, vice-chairman
of Baark!

“The best way to help is not to
breed or buy animals. Instead,
spay and neuter all your pets and
when you want a new pet, adopt

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understood the direct connection
between breeding their dog and
animals dying at the Pound were
willing. to step up and take
action.”

At the event were several
dogs available for adoption at the
Bahamas Humane Society.
Adopting rather than breeding
or buying is another important
part of reducing homeless ani-
mals in the Bahamas.

“The homeless animal prob-
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Bahamian, if only because suf-
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everywhere severely impacts the
image of our country. Most
tourists have never seen such suf-
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large numbers, and it really
makes them think less of our
beautiful country.” Ms Kimble
said. International Homeless Ani-
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event coordinated by the Inter-
national Society for Animal
Rights. Baark! gave out a total
of 32 free spay and neuter
coupons. Purina donated a wide
array of prizes, including dog
bowls, cat bowls, pet brushes, fris-
bees and even pet massagers
which were extremely popular.

Baark!’s focus is advocating
for change at the Canine Con-
trol] Unit and they want to help
the public to understand that if
they simply spay/neuter their pets
the overpopulation problem will
be solved. Ms. Kimble empha-
sizes that “the suffering of ani-
mals throughout The Bahamas
is completely. avoidable if we all
just do our part.” ,

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MUNDAY, SEPTEMBER ov, 2010, PAGE 7



Kiwanis Club set
for Operation
Green fundraiser

By REUBEN SHEARER
Tribune Staff Reporter
rshearer@tribunemedia.net

A PRIMARY focus behind
the Kiwanis Club of New
Providence over the last 19
years has been assisting and
working with children on a
number of occasions.

And the civic organization
plans to continue its contribu-
tion to the community in its
Operation Green fundraiser ‘
to provide much needed assis-
tance for the Adventure
Learning Centre and Ran-
furly Home for Children.

Given the recent challenges
that the Home has been expe-
riencing, Kiwanis has planned
five events to generate rev-
enue, including the Pins for
Pals Celebrity Bowl-A-Thon,
Pins for Pals Celebrity Bowl-
Off, Go Green T-shirt Day,
Operation Green Kids Fun
Day, and Harmony for the
Home to raise monies for the
two entities. ©

Go Green T-shirt Day is
the second revenue generated
event that will be held Friday,
October 1. Kiwanis is design-
ing a green shirt that will be
sold to members of corporate
Bahamas for wearing on that
day.

Operation Green Kids Fun
Day will be held on Saturday,
October 2, starting at 10am
and will allow the curious
minds of children to enjoy a
fun-filled day of activities,
including planetarium shows,
horseback riding, rock climb-
ing, bouncing castles, and’
train rides to wetlands. Chil-
dren five to twelve years old
who can show a 3.00 GPA or
above will receive a VIP pass
upon admission for special
treatment, said a statement
from the group.

A special Harmony for the
Home Concert will be held
on Saturday, October 9, and
will start at 8pm at the Shera-
ton Nassau Resort, featuring
old and new school Bahamian
music, including numbers
from Novi, Nita, Terez, Ron-
nie, KB, Geno, Funky D,
Sosa Man, Sammie Star,
TaDa, Bodine and Padrino.

Also planned is a Pins for
Pals Celebrity Bowl-A-Thon
at Mario’s Bowling and
Entertainment Palace, where
ten teams that have the high-
est scores will compete
receive top ten trophies. If
there is a tie in the top ten
there will be'a two person one
frame bowl off to decide final
positions Thursday night.

At 8pm there will be a
Celebrity Bowl-Off with
twenty teams comprised of
eight personalities on each
team bowling for the coveted
title of Pins for Pals Celebrity
Champions 2010.



MINISTER of Public Works and Transport Neko Grant and senior government officials pose with represen-



tatives of the four companies awarded contracts for the maintenance of 861 storm drainage wells, on August
30, 2010. Pictured (left to right): Dion Munroe, project engineer in the Ministry of Public Works and Trans-
port; Cecil Bowe of Bowe’s Plumbing and Pumping Services; Jason Stubbs of Clean Drains and Maintenance
Limited; Donna Maura of Bahamas Industrial Maintenance; Minister Neko Grant; Colin Higgs, permanent sec-
retary in the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, and John Canton, director of Public Works.

Contract signed for storm
drainage maintenance

FOUR contracts have been
signed by the government for
the maintenance of hundreds
of storm drainage wells in an
effort to prevent flooding in
New Providence, Public Works
Minister Neko Grant said.

“The contracts provide for
maintenance, by cleaning and
blowing with compressed air,
of a combined total of 861 well
chambers, twice during the
duration of the contract, at a
total cost of $172,000,” Mr
Grant recently said at a press
conference at the Ministry.

“The GIS (Geographic
Information Systems) of all
draining wells has been com-
pleted,” he added. “This pro-
vides GPS co-ordinates of each
catch pit to facilitate their loca-
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Maintenance, and Janitorial
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ricane and tropical storm activ-
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whe Ha Peers s
sq aR Appr dived Value TRA :
OL} Lot #32 containing 4 bdrm 2barh |
mere sirreture located Tana Shores
Harbour, ishind, Heuther nm peoptely size















OL Lore 5? block # Trianna Shores con:
aimag 3 bod 2 bath frant room. dining re
f &kuchen- ee
fh wooden deck $2180 sq It prape
& Apps value + SHRASS.
3 Daples 2S situaird on Pai
arth (Clarisge Estates} - size bel
sy tt oh duple x thereon. Apprs
PBA













he Hahansas.
as Station and Auto
{ value SOUAGCO,
ands Allooment os the
ind Read benween
if Pineyard Road, Eastern
ve, Bahanias, cans
oy private residence cant-
ed entry pach, ving room,
n, Michen laundry mein, fainily
sitting F § hire bthrmand |
: land AY sy ft. Ap

























Q@and Lin Block 28 of Coconut Grove
thdiviston, containing 3 shopping plaza
The lai is tre aie inshape, 8, oe ana
: Bs es vised vale $315,080,

252 Crawn Allotments focated
va, Abaco with size betng 10.208 |
CANLEIDINY Lane sio house v ih
ved 2 bath “Concrete Block Structure = |
ypraisedt value $200,000,

SM Lorofland, Fire Trail Read beinga |
partition of Gladstone Alot Sd | New Provi-
dence, Bahamas containing tamnheuse apart
mene unitand feo propased units icum~
pleted as is}. Appraised value: S257,7 i

{99R}° Lot “N" Barrack Street, Harbour Is.
land containing a2 storey concrete building
with { hed 4 hath dining room é
~Building 2935.5
Appraised-value:$ $ ‘
© iO} Lote? Maderia Park. a small saby |
t division ain the outskirts of Treasure Cay,
' :

Abaco having an arsael Sid squat
residenve containing a conerete block struc




























ated) Village Allotment
ue » $900,000

rey tnt, siniated on Loe
1, Golden Gates #2
. Now Pravidence.
units and ane













'

tiv inga area meas
it Appraised value S874. 192.












8h Property containing Condo “Mil
jenium IP, Unit A101, building 57
tC, 2bdrms, tS bthrnis, living room, ding
roan, ae jaset & pada, Sinus arectin the
area knawn as Bimini Bay Resort, Bimini,
Babemas, Appraised value $485,000. _

Lotofland ~ 8 2 Sea View, Russell













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£ contwining a iors

+ anappraximaie area ¢



+ ingaftwo-2

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ture withasphadt shingle ronf comprises af
amily roons, liv- |



bres hdems, bre bihrays
ing raum dining roan: kichen. Appraised
vale: SIT 008





rc swtee on Williams Lane
ProOvRlence, Bahamas






ment building consisting of (866 sq fl Ap-

; ‘ eB
i a values 8 100, ono



bra wwe phan space nn the ground flaor
nd three shops spit eon the second fear
with alarge onic area in the rear Total
area 8800 sq. Appraised value: $868,080.
(S89) Alihat piece. parcel ot land having
2400 sq fe situated

an the western side of Blae Fal Read about
FO tt north of Peter Suet and about 15 8
PLadrel Street in he Smuthern District
tdloree, Bahanias containing &
commenti building housing a tire bec
ane bath unit on the rp floor and as
anthe fest Hoon Appraised valtees §
oa Lote 23 foeated in the Subdivt
bate a with size being 8
ane storey wooden

















niiealeedl vale $68,800,
i509) Lat ofland on Cowpen Road (1086
fieast of the Faith Avenae hinction} inthe
Southern District af New Providence, Baha-
aduplex apartment compn
drm t-bthen apartment
Appraised value SU75, 000,

(lay



All that piece pareel of fot af hind



block 31 Bahama Marina & Section IX lo-
ated in soumhwestery city of Freepent Grand
Baharoa Island. Approx. 15,071 sq fear 0.30
acres property contaits duplex dhvelling.
Appr atsed valu Q00

§ Lots 14887 “Rahante Sound? Exuma
yprox Ld miles northwest of George fawn
aand about t mile south of Emerald
yw Baur Seasons Resort and Reker’s










erty contains 10,000 se fein area with 88 ft
fronts age on the Queens Highways the main
Toad. Property contains a partially com:
cae apartment complex containing 5, |

sd units, 4 efficiency anits and f shop |
ated on the northern side of Sands Lane, Fort

space. Appraised value: $488,240

6) LocofLand £699 on the narthwest-
em side af Mal tin Elvabeth Estate
Rast Phase 2 in the Yamacraw constituenc
on the ishind af New Providence. The si





) ofthe land is 5,083 sq ft. with a 22 year old '
{single level residence, ¢

Appraised vale: SORT L.

i that Southwestern Mafety ar Half
Lotof Land being part afa Tract af
isoutbeas of ken ANNSTOWN"









on s Lan & containing nay
Property sixe 50 fx 50 8 Appraised value
SOLO00,

AU that piece parcel or Jot of land
con the vast side of Millers Rd and
8 & south of Carmichaet Rd. being
Love containing a Tripler Property size
Vy HHO? £8,000 sq fh Appraised Value TRA,

VACANT OT oh

sy ft Appraised value $15,000,

£6560) All that piece parcel or fat of land: |

P situate in the setdement af fames Cistern “|

weveluped lois #44, 16,17, iBand | on the Island of Hleuthera one of the {s-

od Chapman Estates, West Bay. Ap- | lands ofthe Commonwealth ofthe Bahamas |

aised valne $348.10, “PE measuring approx 10,000 sq fLAppraised |
402) Lordd. Block 7 Aberdeen frive. Bae | value TRA

hrarnia Wost Replat Subdivision, Freepart, 8) Mulu family Lot No, 10- Southeast |

Grand Bahama, consisting of 12,110 sq tt | Corer af Mand arin Drive, Sugar Apple Road,

ApHiane d vahue $5110.00. . Sizes FA. 368sq Appraised |

yi ocated Eleuthera Is-
rive Section 8, Block
amas, 9,641 sq ft Ap-

eee lot #149, Seafan Lame, i

squar feet, Appraised value: TBA

GS) Singh re residential Lot Np,

i 11898 Bahasa Suund Subd. Number 1

i West, Great Exum, approx, 10426
sq ft Appraised value

S68 Vacant proper
rated in the Peeper

Section #1, Freeport, Grand Bahania, Bas}

hamas. Appraised value: TBA i

6568) All that ‘piece. parcel or fot of lane
being Lat No. 477 in the Subdivisi

and Known as “PINEWOOD GA

uated in the Southern District

New Providence. Appraised value - $

(O08) Partially developed parcel of land |
being 10,000 sy ft situate about the eastern
portion af The Forest Estate in the vicini-
ty ofthe seulements of Soutiiside and The
Forest being Lat Number 4803 in Baharia

- | consisting af Lat
ig

» |

i

i

3

g

|

| Sound of Exuma 6, Pxuma The Bahamas.
;

i

Ridge Subdivi mM
located Baharia
E en Grand Ba-

i@oh
Sah. Bis
hana

AL that piece parcel orlut of land be-

Lot Na, 102 in the Subdivision known ax

UMA HARBOUR" in the Island of Great

ma measuring 10.001 sq ft Appraised

re $20,000.00,

5} Vacane Lot #9 111,406.65 sq ff) situs
ated in Mango Lahe Section “B” Black 415,
Eleuthera ee Shores on the Island of
Eleuthera. Appraised valte $50,189.

904} Vacant residential Low? 63 (7800 sq
fh) Crown Alle shoe ated Murphy’t OWT,
pti Appraised value $16,000,

Ten (10) acres af land situated or

le Abaco, bebween Cooper's

ar Harbour Abaco, Bahamas.

Sea views fron both the narth and south
side. Appraised Value $1,076,750.

+ Vacant Commercial Lat No: 3A, Block
66 Babamia Subdivision! containing 3 acres
logaiod Freeport, Grand Rahane. Appraised
Value 814.
(06) All that piece parcel of lot andiand
on the Island of Great Uma one of the said
Bahama Isiands and situate about ten and
one-half 10 (12) 2 oribwestvardly of
George Town which said piece parcel or lat
of land is sumber 19750 Bahama Sound
DAV. (1,900 59 ftAppraised value $65,006,
ingde faenily residential Lot Na,
1708 Bahama Sound Subd. Nomber
West, Great Exunia, Size: approg. 10,000

Appraised value $25,010,

(G08) Anandeveloped waterfront lotland
E being Lot Number 12032 with a size of 10,600
sq ft in the Bahama Sound of Exuma Sub-
division Number 11 West situated in the {s-
land of Great Exuma one of the Islands of
the Commonwealib of The Bahamas. Ap-
pralsed value $224,600,

(569) Loatofland being Lot 4518 Section
2, Phase {Stella Maris Subdivision, Long
Island. Property is 11,780 sq Tt Appraised
Value $45,000.

(BOO) Lot# 2 vacant land 30,000 sq te to-

cated Chapnian Bstates Subdivision on West
Bay Sireee withtopen zoring, Appraised val-
ge $600,000,

(360) “Two vacant properties Lot 12¢ 5789
sq fland Lot 125231 sq ft) Creck Ray Subdi-
vision, Mussell (sland Bridge, Russell [sland,
Spanish Wells, Babamas, Elevated lots af:

fering outstanding ocean views and a short
-pauls to the beach. Appraised value Lore



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i
i
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| SBS.000 and Lot 12d $80,000.

580) Vacant lat singlefamily zoning,
Lats 21 ot the subdivision called "South:

+ esp Shores” Canaan Subdivision located
on Marshall Road, Property size is some |
division called and Known as “Port Royale”

86 feet on the sub road and 84.49 on one
sidv, 58.2 atthe back and same 85.65 on
the other side af 5
Appraised value $86,000, -
i902} Vacant Lot si8 Block 33 Section “C”

) Rainbow Bay an the island of Eleuthera,
) Bahamas. The property is located in ade-



neandangpar |






























79 sq ft offhand space,



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|
i



}
i









3 bdrms, f bthrm. | : : : :
t Bthrm & Storage. The floar is approximately

: 2,500 square eer with porch area 190 sq ft

2 TRS
ommenrcal pu ing |

| Exuma, Bubamas, Property Size 7853. /
* 4) praised values $131,800,

| O86) Pmperty containing 6 Units One-bed

Lot ¥ Aand B on Narthern side af
Carmichael fd. Nassau with building anal
foundation fara warehouse, Property size
15,780 sq {( Appraised value $325,000,

{10!-F) Residential Canal Lots 20, 308 32,
Black 1, Nine Say Subdivision Freeport, Grand
Rahama, containing to storey House, 4
hed. 3 bat teased on} cees of banal,
iad 2

{1Gh- Fy Property seamed: Alice ‘Pown, be-
ing Parcel ‘A’ The Island of North Bimini,
assuring 2.267 sq ft with incomplete 3
‘single Rumily home. Appraised val-
ue: SOF 2G,

(P24) Lor 82. Blork #5, Englerstan Sub-
Division, Soathern Distriet ON. Peantain-
ing a pavtly UE building, Property
size approx. 3.535 sq ft Appraised value St
4,000

{088} Property containing 3 heds one bath
home consiructed af concrete blocks fo-
cated Mass Town and # 18 in The Depart
mentof Housing Subdivision, Mess

{569}















ane bath Apartment Units to First Floor
Belt Course, Partially Developed, proper-
tes. Lots of land # 1678 and 1680, Baha-
ma Seund Subdivision, Exuma #3, Great
Exumna. Properties Size: 10.000 sq {t each.
Appraised Value $205, “O00,

(O08) Propeny containing 3
home

Single Rumily Residence: Lot ofland #2819,
Cedar Groves State Subdivision, Southem
Districtiol the Island of New Providence, Ba-
hams, Property Size 8,290 sq tt Appnaised
Value: $157, 100,

(569) All that piece parcel or lot of fand
ate Graham Drive in the Yellow Elder
ubdivision being Lot #446 vantaining a
bed 2 bath residence. Appraised_Valuc
$119,000,

(808) Lot of land containing 8.887 sq ft
an the eastern side of East Sueet North,







§ bed thath



' Property is completely utilized by a com-

Point. iis located near the settlements of mercial building, Erected on the proper-

Mi Thompson and Farmer's Hill The prop- |
| gross area consisting off Floor (Ground &

y is & two Storey masonry struchire with

Second} - 3341 | sq ft, Storage ~ 5,320 sq ft,
Lunch Room - 715 sq ft Patios & Walkway
~ L,S00'sq ft Appraised value TRA

(803) Lotof hind containing 8,075 sq fisitu-

Fincasde City District, Property is commer:
cially zoned wiold Bahamian style building
canstracted of weed frame wi cement tucee
walls. Building hasa Ground Floor: Porch,
4 Offices, Reception, Kitchenette, Storage.
ee level - 2 Offices, Conference rooms, |

Appraised value TBA
{811 Residential’ Commercial property, lots
137 located Culmersville, Eastern District,

+ New Providence with a size af 4800 sq ft
The property contains a 2 storey 1900 sq f.
vel 2béd Thathapart-



ft budding. upper
ment, lower level: Beanty salon, The build

ing finishes: 8” concrete block wall, {"con-

crete partitions, asphalt shingle roof, tiled
Hloars, word ceilings, private water system,

standard electrical and plumbing fixtures,
ventral air-condition ‘spl t system), Dunglar
bars. Appraised value: $191,000



* portion of Lot #24 Crown Grant Ab 44 Gold:

+ on {sles Road off Carmichael Road, South-
er New Providence. Property is 5075 sq
+ ft. Appraised value $58,000,

OS) Vacant fot 859 in Blork 85 in the Sub-

| South Bimni Bahamas, Appraised vane TRA.

+ (69)

+ 4569)

veloped residential subdivision with all |

armenities, Appraised valued $35,000
(560) AW that piece parcel ar Jot of land
being Lot it ofthe “Lee Acres” subdivt-
sion situate in the vicinity af Sandilands
Hage in the care Disirict af a island

2 AW that piece pe a ar lot of fan
cing Lot #5, Block 29A Section € Eleuthera
thera Island, Bahamas, Appraised

3,000,

Vacantland, Lots -

af Stella Maris St “Division 50
Sq £0 situate at Adderleys, Long island Ap-
praised valne $30,000,
(724) Vacantland [at #8, Block #19 at Ba-
bana West Sub Division (Porcarea} af Free
port, Grind Bahama Property size approx
25,500 sq fl. Appraised value $65,004,

(O08) Vacant Residential Property Lot No.
92 Bahama Soand, Exuma number 8b ,
Creat Exuma. Property Size 10,000.00 sq {
Appraised Value $20,000. «

{N08} Vacant Residential Property Lat No.
Sb, Arwa 3, Palos Hill Section, Flamingo Bay
Estates, south of George Town, Evuma, Prop:



* erty Size £0,206 sq ft Appraised value $35,000.



{008} Vacant Residential Prapeny fot No,
12902 Bahama Sound Nota subdivision
ofa tract of land situated approximately |

8 niles sontheasnwanily of George Tawn,
rat: HOU sq ft Appraised

Huma, Propet
value: $20.00

iGO) Vacant praperey locatest a A, east
af Balls Alley on the nogthern side o
Shirley Street cand krinwn as “Old Plariaite
ina’, in the easter district of New Provi-
dence. Property size 7,113 sq Rt with open
zoning, Appraised value $128,000.

G8 AU shat piece parcel lot #3 hole a





y OFFICERS

COMMERCIAL BANKING CENTRE
‘fel: 242-356-8568
1000} Mrs. Monique Crawford
2601) Mr Jerome Pinder
fH02) Mr. Brian Knowles
Mr Vandyke

NASSAU MAIN BRANCH

Tel: 242-322-8700 ,
701) Mr James Strachan

301) Ms. Thyra lohasoa

(304) Mrs, Alicia Thoenpson
MACKEY STREET BRANCH

Tel: 242-393-3097

(60.1) Ms. Cherelle Martinborough
JOHN E KENNEDY DRIVE BRANCH
Tel: 242-325-471)

(401) Mr, Robert Pantry

AGY Mrs, Chandra Gilbert
PRINCE CHARL ES SHOPPING
CENTRE

Tel: 242-393-7505/8

(50) Mr. Jason Sawyer

(503) Mr. Dwight King

£505) Ms. Patricla Russell

CABLE BEACH BRANCH

Tel! 242-327-6077

‘ (466) Mrs, Winnifred Roberts

LOAN COLLECTION CENTRE
Tels 242-502-5170/502-5180 :
(716) Ms, Quincy Fisher






7 Mrs, Tiffany Sirams O'brien
} i Mrs, I.vis Hollis



WB} Mr
Bil} Ms. Lydia Gardiner
PALMDALE SHOPPING CENTRE
Te}: 242-322-4426/9 or
242-302-3800

i201: Ms, Nicola Walker

DaShann Clare- Paul



203) Mrs, Arya Major |













(717) Mrs, Nancy Swaby
23) Ms, Deidre King
Faye Higns
arguerite [Johnsen
Catherine Davis
Janwssa Scat
(870) Mr. Klton Kemp
(571) Mrs, Faye Daniels
NASSAU INT'L AIRPORT
Tel: 242-377-7179
(433) Mrs. Renea Walkine
LYFORD CAY BRANCH
Tel: 242-362-4540 on 242-362-4037
(LOT-Ni Mrs. Lindsey Peterson ,
GOVERNOR'S HARBOUR,
ELEUTHERA
Vel: 242-332-2856/8
(902) Ms, Nicole Evans
HARBOUR ISLAND BRANCH
Tel:242-333-2240
(901) Ms. Velderine Laroda
ANDROS TOWN BRANCH
Tels 242-368-2071
(400) Ms. Cyprianna Williams
MARSH HARBOUR, ABACO
» "Tel: 242-367-2420
(908) Mr Julias Seyinour








All that piece parcel orlot ofland lo-
cated Coral Heights East, Appraised value.
TRA,

All that piece parcel or lot of land
tuated on the northwest comer af Butler's
ane & Romer Steet, Fox Hill in the Bast-

ern District of New Providence Appraised

valtre $97,008.

SH All that pie -e parcel ar let of land

bei ing Lott, Block N sitadted in Bahawila
south Subdivision, Freeport, Grand Baha-

¢ aya. Appraised value $30,000



(S89) All that piece parcel or lot af land

lecated an Marigold Read in the Subdivi-
an Keown as Kool Acres. Lot is eae
45 sq ft Appraised value $8 .

(G08) Vaeant property, ioulitoat, Bahama

Sound #8. situated about the northeastern

portion of The Boresi Estate in dhe vic ini.

iyaf the villages of Manat Thanmps

Farmer's Hil, Appraised value: TR

(569) Lot of land being Lots 8961 and 882
Bahama Sound of Exuma No, a subdi-
vision of land situate at the western por:
tion af the FOREST Estate in the vieindgy of
FOREST, Great Exuma, Bahamas. Property
is 20,000 sq fC Appraised values $20,000,
00) Three single-family! multi-family
residential vacant parcels of land being
Lots # 10, 11 & 12 situated on the Sauth-
orn side af Fire Trail Road in the Western
District of New Providence. Property sizes



ane Lot #10 8,967 sq fh Lot 8H» B01 s¢ ;

4
Rand Lotwl2 «6,774 sy fl Appraised value:
$85,000 for cach Lot,

(008) All thar piece parce) or tot of land
being Lot No. 8773, Babamas Sound No, 8
subdivision alhand situated a the northern
portion of The Forest Estate’ ta the vietn-
invol the settlement af Mi Thampson and .
Farmer’s Hal Great Exuma, Bahamas, 1
1/4 miles fram George Town, The subject
site contains 10,000 square feet and unde:
veloped. Appraised value of $18,000.00,







(909) Mrs. Sylvia Poltier
(O10) Mr Kermit Curry
BIMINI BRANCH :
‘Pok242-347-3031

C105] Ms. Italia Beekford
GRAY'S, LONG ISLAND
‘Tel: 342-337-101

CLO) Mrs. Lacy Wells
EXUMA BRANCH

Tels 242-336-3251

£008) Ms. Joyeelyn Mackey

FREEPORT, MAIN BRANCH

Tels 242-392-663 1/2

{101-F) Ms. Garnell Brith

(102) Ms, Blaine Collie

(103) Mrs, Damita Newbold-Cartwright
108) Ms, Sylvie Carey

SPANISH WELLS

Tels 242-933-4131 or

242-333-4145

(560) Mr. Walter Carey





THE TRIBUNE



LOCAL NEWS

Man eaten hy
killer shark

FROM page one

three miles further south. By
then they were about 38 miles
from Nassau.

“While pulling up my
line,” he said, “I noticed that
it was extra heavy. I called
“Boy” (Stanley Bernard)
and asked him to go get the
shot gun.”

By then the men were
fishing in water about 1,000
feet deep. They had decided
against landing the shark

because there was too much.

tension on the line.

“T then thought about
what might have been going
through that shark’s mind,”
said Mr Simmons. “Usually
when you catch a shark on
the line, and are pulling him
up, when he sees sunlight, he
heads back down, and either
cuts the line or breaks it.

“While pulling him. up
there was also a grouper on
the line, and he was trying
to get the grouper, but I had
both on my line. He came up
with his mouth wide open,
but he couldn’t get the

grouper because it was also

on my line.”

As the shark neared the
surface, Mr Bernard shot
him several times in the
head. ,

“We tied the rope around
his tail fin, and pulled him
towards the boat. We were
going to cut the hook out of

’ his mouth and let him go

when he regurgitated a
human foot — intact from
the knee down. It was now
about 10am.”

The men then tried to get
BASRA and the Defence
Force, but could raise néi-
ther — “it was probably
because they were out of

‘range for our VHF radio,”

Mr Simmons commented.

They decided to take the
left leg and the shark to Nas-
sau.

“There was so much stink

coming from the shark’s bel-
ly and the belly was so huge
that we thought that there

might be more bodies

inside,” said Mr Simmons. .
At about 10.30am the



TIGERSHARKFACTS

© TIGER SHARKS, WHICH ARE
FOUND IN MANY TEMPERATE AND
TROPIC OCEANS, ARE CONSIDERED 10
BE ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS
SHARKS TO HUMANS.

¢ ACCORDING TO THE INTERNA-
TIONAL SHARK ATTACK FILE COMPILED.

BY THE FLORIDA MUSEUM, OF NATURAL
HISTORY, TIGER SHARKS ARE SECOND
ON THE LIST OF THE NUMBER OF
RECORDED ATTACKS ON HUMANS,
WITH THE GREAT WHITE SHARK LEAD-
ING THE LIST AND THE BULL SHARK
IN THIRD PLACE.

© TIGER SHARKS HAVE REPORTED-
LY BEEN IMPLICATED IN 158 ATTACKS
FROM THE YEAR 1580 TO 2008.

-men headed for Nassau,

dragging the heavy shark
behind. About a half hour
later they saw a Defence
Force boat and flagged it
down. :

The Defence Force’s
Enduring Friendship vessel
EF-28 pulled up alongside
them, heard their story and
took the shark on board. It
was then about 11.30am
when they followed the
Defence Force boat to Nas-
sau, arriving at about
12.30pm at the Coral Har-
bour base.

The shark’s body was
offloaded, cut open and

inside was the remains of a

headless man.

Mr Simmons said he was a
“black man, of heavy build
and heavy structure. He had
neither clothes nor any iden-
tifying marks.”

Police are now awaiting
DNA results to tell them if
the remains belong to one of
three men who are still miss-
ing atsea. —

The Royal Bahamas
Defence Force said still
reported missing are 62-year-
old Frank Brown, Sr, and 47-
year-old Delton Newton,
who disappeared after their
boat experienced engine
trouble in waters off Clifton
Pier last week. A man who
disappeared from a boat in
Acklins. last week has also
not yet been found.

However, Mr Simmons
said that Mr Frank Brown Jr
stopped at his home, looked
at the photographs of the
body parts and confirmed
that they were not those of
his father.

‘NO BAHAMIAN CANDIDATES’ IN
COB PRESIDENCY SHORTLIST

FROM page one

uled for September 20.

The slate of activities include engagements with upper lev-
el management at the institution, the Minister of Education,
multiple open forums with alumni, faculty, students, and their
unions, and also a trip to the Northern Bahamas campus.

After this phase is complete, the selection process man-
dates members of the college community will then be invited to
provide feedback for review by the Advisory Search Commit-

tee.

If the recommendation is supported the Council, in accor-
dance with the College Act, will seek the approval of the Min-

ister-of Education.

The final recommendation in the decision process will thes
be presented to the Council once provisional acceptance of ‘the
post by the preferred candidate has been obtained.

After which, the Council will authorise final approval of the

new president. ,

Thousands of dollars
of public money
stolen after official
tied up, robbed

FROM page one

A team of senior officers
from the Central Detective
Unit (CDU) flew to Ack-
lins on Saturday morning
with Willard Cunningham

Sr, Assistant Commissioner ..

of Police responsible for
the Family Islands, to
investigate the robbery.

But as The Tribune went
to press, the armed robbers
were still at large.

Police have not yet dis-
closed how much money
was stolen, but it is believed
to be’ about $100,000.

Mr Miller said police
have been told the money
was sent to Acklins right

before the robbery, howev- °

er this has not
confirmed .

It has also been alleged
the robbers arrived in Ack-

yet been

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lins by boat.

Mr Miller said: “We
don’t know if they were
from Acklins or somewhere
else.

“But we are doing inten-
sive investigations.”

Attempts to reach Mr
Knowles were unsuccessful
yesterday.

The island administra-
tor’s office was opened in
April 2006 and is the first
local government office for
the island’s 500 residents
who previously had to trav-
el to Crooked Island for
local government services

Anyone with infor mation
that may lead to the recov-
ery of the cash or capture
of the robbers should call
police as a matter of
urgency on 919, 502-9991
or call Crime Stoppers
anonymously on 328-TIPS
(8477).





THE TRIBUNE

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2010, PAGE 9





Minister Larry
Cartwright receives
Exporters , Association





BIS photo/Letisha Henderson
COURTESY CALL: Agriculture and Marine Resources Minister Lar-
ry Cartwright receives executives of Bahamas Marine Exporters
Association. Pictured from left: Michael Braynen, director of Fish-
eries; Cresswell Sturrup, permanent secretary; Tia Isaacs, presi-
dent of the BMEA; Minister Larry Cartwright; Glen Pritchard, BMEA
vice -resident and Percy Roberts, BMEA secretary.

MEMBERS of the Bahamas Marine Exporters Associa-

tion (BMEA) have pledged their support for the govern- .

ment’s move for Marine Stewardship Council certification
and the Fisheries Improvement Project.

Three officers of BMEA paid a courtesy call on Minister
of Agriculture and Marine Resources Larry Cartwright last
Thursday.

The officers included president Tia Isaacs of J & J Her-
itage Seafood, vice-president Glen Pritchard of Tropic
Seafood, and secretary Percy Roberts of Geneva Brass.

The Association was founded in May this year and was
incorporated last month. Its purpose is to collaborate with
the government, non-governmental organisations and
fishermen in preserving the lobster industry in the
Bahamas.

Remarkable

The BMEA members said the Department of Marine
Resources has done a “remarkable job” to make fisher-
men ready for new European Union certification require-
ments. ;

“The European Union with its emphasis on quality cer-
tification was a wake-up call to the industry,” stated the
BMEA.

Association members recently accompanied the
Department representatives on Family Island visits. They
said they were pleased to note the reduction in the num-
ber of undersized crawfish.

However, the members said it is Peprettable that “there
is still a market for them.”

The Association said it is committed to addressing this
issue.

THE OPEN HOUSE

MIKE LIGHTBOURN



NCE you select a real
estate agent to represent
you, they’ll often want to stage an
Open House for other BREA
agents and brokers.

One of your agent’s jobs is to
expose your home to the widest number of realtors and to
invite them to help secure a buyer. s

Your agent and others in the profession will already have.a
list of prospective purchasers with details of what they’re look-
ing for. ‘

In order to recommend your home to a prospect, real estate
agents and brokers will need to take a thorough tour of it.

Open Houses are an easy and convenient way to put your
home on the front burner.

Your real estate agent will first need your permission to
hold an Open House.

Assuming you agree, the agent will make all the arrange-
ments for the Open House. Your job is to make sure your
home and garden sparkle and is staged for the Open House.
This will include de-cluttering your home and perhaps storing
some of your furniture.

Your agent should be able to offer valuable advice on the
above.

The cooperating agents may want to take their own pho-
tographs for their personal marketing efforts, so make sure to
store any valuables you don’t want appearing in print ads or on
websites. Vendors should not be present during Open Houses
(or showings for that matter). It inhibits a free flow of dialogue
and your agent will want to be aware of any criticism so the two
of you can work on rectifying any negative per eption that
may arise.

Tip of the Week — Do not, I repeat, do not take offence at any
negative feedback your realtor may relay to you. Rather, wel-
come it as an opportunity to correct a problem at the outset.

(Mike Lightbourn is president of Coldwell Banker Light-
bourn Realty).

B Questions or deinen? Email me at ask@ColdwellBankerBa-
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PROPERTIES LISTED FOR SALE

Contact Account Officer listed below by using number code for each property.
HOUSES/APARTMENTS/COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS

(811) Tivo lats #248 & 2419 Dorsettville Sub-
division. Sombern District, New Providence
swith incomplere building. Properties ans nist-
dentially and multi-family zoned, with grad-
ed, incomplete indscaped and fenced jn
and sides. Building 4266 sq ft with 2 storey

multi-family at the roof stage with 1 bdrm
unitatached, There are accommodations
for the upper floor 4

units L bed 1 hath
aeh- 3 units, Pbed LP barh each, Lower floor
2bed 1 bath. Garage converted to f bed I
bath, whieh is 8% completed with a ten-
amt, Appraised value $296,000
£860) Lot offand north of Believers Gospel
pel, Prince Charles Dr. identified as Bir.
cel’B' and containing ad-unit apartment
comple. Property - 20,95 f sq f. Appraised
vale S47, 600,
(569) Lat ofland 8262 Auscatia Blvd. Bliz~
abeth Estates with 3-hdrm residence, Ap-
praised value $110,000.
{568} Lot af land Pinewood Gardens con-
taining ad- bdrm nsidence. Appraised yal-
ue SB5,000,
8H Locofland #l2 and #63 in Englerstan
containing an tacemplete triplex aparunent
Appraised value: $495,000,
(RY Condo Bldg 20-1 (TREEHOUSE) ia
“Bimini Bay Condomininm phases Ag}.
Bimini Bay North Binur. The unit is at
bdens | bath with 1140 square fees, with a
front perch, balcony and central ait condi-
toning, Appraised value: S380,{l00.
OK} Land located abouc 0.5 miles north:
west af George Town, located Bahama Sound
#8 East lowsaa7, a subdivision of ind situ.
atedat the northeastern portion of The Porest
Estate, in the vicinity of Mi. Thampsor and
Barmers Hill, Great Exuma, Bahamias. Site
contains 16.000 sq ftwith « daplex apart-
ment, cantaining 2-bdrm, T-bath apart
ments, 2160 sq ft living area of hardiplank
construction, Appraised vale $198,080
{008} Partially developed property focat-
ed Golf Bowevard, lor? 20, Fhimiage Bay
Estates sear George Town, Exum, Baba-
mas. The lard is 25.017 square feet and be-
ing developed with a Qve storey aparunent
complex with a living area of 1770 square
feet. The building is completed to the first
flaor beltcourse and all electrical, plumb-
ing and other rough work have been com-
pleted on the ground fluor, Appraised value
$100,050.00.
{008} Developed properiy located lots
#1 L169 & LE166, Bahama Sound #8, Great
Exuma. The and is 7.200 square feet con:
raining duplex wuha building ana of 1.706
square fect with (U two beds 2bath anit and
(1) two beds Tbath unit, Appraised value
$185,976.00.
{OORT Developed property located Lot#9758,
Bahama Sind 88 Lauthe nortwest-
ern portion of the Forest Estate in he vicin-
ity ofthe seqtlements of Mount Phompson
and Farmers Hill and ten miles south north-
westof George Town, Great Exum. Land -
10,061 sq It developed with a single family
residence with 1300 sq {living area, with
3-bdras, 2-btbens. Building is cunstructed
of hurdi-siding. Appraised value $154,000
(S69! Lotofland 4 1804, Pinewood Gar-
dens Subdivision, New Providence contait-
Inga 1.449 Sq fl building. Property 5008 sq
ft Appraised value TRA
(569) Latof land 939 and #20 in Black #23.
Nassau Vilage Subdivision, New Providence
contuning a 915 sq ft apartment building.
Property 5008 sq Ht. Appraised vale: TRA
(568) All thas pieee parcel ur locof land being
Lot @dis located in the Subdivision known
as Winton Meadows Estates situate in the
Eastern District of the island of New Prov
idenee and containing therean a partially

(OR? All that piece parcel or dor of land
being Lot No. S773, Bahamas Sound Ne. a
a subdivision of fand situated a the noruh-
em portion ol The Forest Estate’ in ihe v-
cinity of the sedlemment of Mt Thompson
and Farmer's Hill, Great Exuma, Bahamas.
Hf as‘les from George fown. The subject
site contains 10,000 squan: feet and undes
veloped. Appraised value of $18,000.06,
{008} All that piece parcel or dot af land
being Lot No, 19726-7 & 19283-4 located
Bahama Sound No. 21, on Taxi Way, a sub-
division of and situated at approximately
2000 feet narth east of Gearge Town, Old
Airport and about LS miles scutheast of the
serlement of George fawn, Great xan,
Babamas. The andeveloped properties ar
a total of 8,000 square foot, Appraised vale
$32,000.00

{0B} All that piece parcel or for of land
being Lot Ne. MAST loeated Bahama Sound
No 7, a subdivision situated appraximataly
Ld mile Southeasovardly of the Soudhside
and | mile of Muss fown Aiport, Great Exits
mia, Rahamias, located Morning Glory Road.
This.pardally developed fot contains 9,010
square feet, Appraised value $12,764,
(008) All haut piece pureed or tot of lind be-
ing Lot No. 1215, located Bahama Sound
Na. 8, a subdivision of land situated at the
southeastern portion of The Porust state, 0
the vicinity of the sevlonents of Southside
and The Forest. Great Exuma, Bahamas. This
developed band is a fatal af £0,600 square
fect. Appraised valite of 842.000,

i808) Allihat piere parcel or lot atland bey
ing Lot No, (R62 ocatied Sahara Sound No
5 East, a subdivision of land sisuited atthe
southestern portion of The Borest Estate in
the vicinity ofthe seulements of the South:
side and The Forest, Great Exum, Bahanias.
This undeveloped property contains a to-



tal of 16,000 square feet, Appraised value

312,000,
(729) A8acres of vacant land being por-
tian of Lor a6e, Plowers Road, Driggs Hill,



South Andras. Appraised value $35,000, 6

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1 (60)
i cels between Harbour Read and the Main
i Public Read near 22nd Strvet Spanish Wells,
) Bahamas. Property - 12,428 sq. ft, Building -
1 aS}O sqft cantaining 3 bdrms, 2 hath, living
F room, eat-in kitchen, laundry room, cov
| cred porch, covered water tank. Basement

v alue TRA



i a pernon ofa larger tract of land kaon
Pastors [hol
| southern district New lrovidence, Property
iis G24

Fern pei of The Forest Estate in the vie

| and Farmer's Hill, Groat Exuma one of the







_caristructed building. Property appros 8,000

sty Mt Appraised value TBA
{HOO Single-family! mvulli-family residen-
dial property being a partion akind #15 siai-
ated 1/4 asile evst of Soudh Crean Boulevard
in the Western Disirict of New Providence.
Property size 20.592 aq ft containing a 3
bdrins, 2 1/2 hrhrms residence and three
restaaces under construction. Appraised
valoe S250.000° ,

{869} Lot ofland #201 Arawak Ave, Fyfron
Estates Subdivision, Casters District, New

i Providence and containing 3-bdrm resi-

dence. Lot approx 6.000 sqft {BQ x 1a
Appraised vale TRA

(BOT) Lot No. 3. Black 24. located Cacu-
nut Grove, in the southern district af New
Providence, Bahamas housing a $338 sq ft
restaurant, Land is 5.250 sqdt, Appraised
value SEPA, 160

{BOT} Lot Na. 18. Block No 1 tocated in the
Churchill Subdivision. South Eastern Dis.
trict, Nassau. Babamas housing aone aod
two storey Six (B] Unit Apartment Coniplex,
‘Total size ofthe property is approx, 14.406
stuit. Appraised value $618,549.

{805} Single Family Residence, northern side
West Bay Street, immediately east of Caprice
Condominium Complex, Cable Beach. 5,854
sq finssidence has 5 berms, 4 1/2 bthems.
686 sq fidetached double car garage with

; reinforced sea wall, swimming pool & deck.

he waterfront property is 20,994 sq fh, Ap-
praised Value SLSL2.a71
(569) All chart piece parcel or fot of land sit-

| uate on the eastern side of Millers Raad

(now known asBacardi Ra} and 2,7

| south of Carnichael Road in he Southern
| District, New Providence contains duplex

(2-bed T-bathn, Balding - 1.616 sq ft prop-

F erty 8.077 sq ft Appraised valtic $180,000,

69; All that piece parcel ar plot of land
un prising 2.515 sqJe situate on the Kast-

| emn side of Armstrong St and approx. 30f.
| North of Shirley St. cumtalning a two-storey
i wooden struction. Appraised value TBA

Lotsa} and 2 ofa tract of'sewen par

with garage, Wwork-shop, play raom and small

| office area, House isin excellent condition
| landscaped with poured concrete driveways

& walkway. Appraised value $555.179,

Lot 32 Ocean Fstates Subdivision,
situated on Russell [slind, Spanish We

| Property: 12.179 sq. ff, building - 1876 sq
iit. Building is constructed of lumber and

hardy plank. containing 3 bdrms, 2 buh dive

ig ma, tn eat-in kitchen, dining roam,
: utility room, covered pareh, and covered
| water (ank. Proper landscaping with poured

conerte driveway & walkway. Appraised
value $$55.190 '
wt ot dand The Blufl, fleathera.

: overloaking Bhai Harbour. Property con-
| tains four parcels of land approx £91,528
| sq feet. Property is ideal for a waterfront
) development. Contains a threesplex cans
; daminiuar under construction and up te
© belt-counse, Also contains a private dock,
| Appraised value $1,118,000

860) Lot of and locatedt on Hussell island

| adjacentio the settlement of Spanish Wells,
| Property size 13.446 sq.ft, building size 3079
} sq.ft containing 3 burms, 2 bath, an eat-in
) Kitchen, living/dining room, unilicy raony,
| taundry ream, covered porch, covered drive:

way and a nwo car garage, Also contains a
30,000 gallon rainwater tank. Appraised
value $460,780

(560) Parcel orlotofland being It #27 ina
subdivision of § parcels situated immediately
east of Ocean Heights Subdivision, Russell
island, Spanish Wells. Property - 12,500 sq.ft
Building - 1820 sq ft. containing 2 bdrms,
2 bihrms, an eat-in kitchen, liv ving/ dining
room, laundry room and a ane car garage,
Covered front entryway. observation deck,
patio, Excellent condition. Appraised value
$314,000
{560} Lot ofland #1, Sea View Subdivision,
Russell stand, Spanish Wells, Property - 0,
284 sq.ft, Building - 2485 sq ft. with 3 bdrms,
2 bihems, an eat-in kitchen, living roons,
dining room and laundry room. one cir ga-
rape, covered sront porch/entryway anda
rear pario/ water tank. Properly landscaped,
poured concrete driveway and walkway, Ap-
praised yalue $375,000,
(560) Lot ofland about 1520 fi west of the
government dock at Muddy Hole, Russell
Iskand, Spanish Wells. Property size 17,083
sq, ft. Building size 2426 sy fl containing
3 bdrms, 2.1/2 bthrms, front room? din-
ing roont, kitchen. garage and cavered front
porch, Appraised value $347.00)
{865} Locoflandas situated at the west side
of the Coastal Water front and east side of
the Queen's Highway directly opposite the
Harold Road National osurance Sub-Office
atthe Blalf Setuentent of Seuth Andros and
containing 2-bed I -bath residence, Prop-
erty size (63' x 75°) apprax 4,725 sq ft. Ap-
pr aised value $75,000
{902} Lot #6A Banana Beach, Governar’s
Harbour, Eleuthera with a triplex founda-
tion Appraised Value $105,000,
{869} Tract of land situate South of Cawpen
Roadin the Eastern District of the [sland of
New Providence, Bahamas and containing
thereon a three bdem residence. Appraised
i value TBA
{869} Lot of land being Lot #A4 of the sub-
division known as Jahnson Estate situted
in the Eastern District of the island of New
Providence, Bahamas and containing therean
a two storey concrete building. Appraised
value $277,000.
(802) Lot # 54 situated In Lower Hogue
Eleuthera containing 2bed/} bath duplex,
property size 7.500 sq ft Appraised value
SU46,437
(902) Lot 6A North Palmetto Point Eleuthera
containing a 2bed/ [bath residence with ad-
journing incomplete apartment. Property size
8.500 sq. ft building size foorarea 1,639.08 +
covered porch. Appraised Value $188,740.00

(801) Parcel afland situated in the subdivi-
sion of Glemston Garden 11.250 sq ft Lows
block 20 in the district of New Providence
containing a two storey reskience, ground
Hoge contains a kitchen, dining mar. lounge,
a family room, a veranda at the front and
_ side with a patio te the back of the house.
‘The upper floor contains 2 barns, 2 bthrms.
walk in closet and a sturage area with a bal-
cany to master bdrm. Approx size of build-
ing 2900 sq ft. Appraisal THA
{860} Lot of land in Spanish Wells tocat-
ed between 8th and Qh street near The
Islander Shop. Froperty size 3.654 sq. fi.
Building (woeden structure! size 1370 sq.
iL. containing $ bdrms, 2 bath, front room!
dining room and Kichen, House isin good
condition, Proper landscaping with poured
concrete driveways & walkway: Appraised
valge $155,000.00,
{902} Lot No. CA-3 Palmetto Shares Sub-
division, South Palmetto Paint, Eleuthera
containing 3 bed 2 bath house with grass
floor area of 1.316 sq fe property size 8.300
sq ft: Appraised value S18Q.317
UO) Lot is situated Queens Highway in the
settement af Cargill Creek, Andros, woralting:







VACANT PROPERTIES

District, New Providence. Property
x TEO approx 7.30 sq f. Appraised



All that piece parcel tar ¢ S being



vutbers Shanes Subdivision

Â¥ 1O9.29 approx TOTS sy. Ap
d value TRA
AN hat piece parcel fot namh
35 Bahama Sound, &y) .
operty is 20,010 sq.ft. Appraise
value S176,000.
(889) Lot #14872 situated atthe neriheast-





cinity of the sestlemenss of Mt. Thompson



Rabama Ifands Property is 10.000 sq.8. Ap-
praised value SUQ,000.
i869} Lotatland #8 Forest Drive Subdivd:
sion situated South of Caniperdawen Drive
and approx, 30 ft. west af Calberts Hill
Drive, Eastern District, New Providence.
Hill tap property - 18.08! sq ft. Appraised

widue S201,000
i869) Latofland Lots Tand Lat 82 west-
ernside of Golden Isles Road south af Car



i michael Rd. in che Western District af New

Providence. Appmtised valtio $80,000
{HOY Vaca aut L an No {A, located an the eastern
é 4 North of Prince
: Drive, ne at, Hahamas. The open
Hi-Kanily property size ls approx.
O39 sy tt Appraised value St80.000
i902) Lové Hi comprising £0,546 sq ft sings
ated on Northeast side of the Queen's High:
way, Elouthera approx, Three bandredihs
of a mile Northwest ot the Palmetto Paint
crossing. Appraised Vile 834,600)



HOY Vaeantlotofland and beisg partola
parcel of a tract af land Known as “Hoops
ers” situstied on the island af Great Exiuna.
The property is conyprise of 8,667 sq.8, Ap»
praised value $25,000,

| {OR} All that piece parcel of land located
¢ Jots8eid in the subdivision known as §a-
hama Sound $12 situated ahout F miles
gurthwest of George fawn, Grest Esuma.
Appraised vale TBA,

fig} All that piece parcel af land being
lateSiOl focated Bahama Sound 3&8 sine
ated about the western portion of The For.
est Estate in the vicinity afthe Sedlements
of Southside and The Forest, Great Eaama,.
Appraised vahie TBA.

FN Lot ef land being number ten (0)
Block Number Thee Q) Bristal Bay Subdi-
vision, Unit One () inibe Breepart, Grand
Rahama, Bahamas . rape
acre, Appraised value $55,000,
869} Lovafland numbered T5318. TRIN
and 78dNT Bahania Sound of Exwma No.l!
Subdivision situate on the Island af Great
Kuma, Bahanlas. Appstised vahir $99,000.
(EO Lot S2b Grantanna Subdivkion ,
Western District af New Providence, Ba-
hamnas. Property is approx 6,805 sq f Ap-
praised value $80,000,
(589) Loess fn black #8 Ballou Dale Sub-
division, Southern District, New Prartenee,
Bahamas. Appraised valte TRA.

{880} “Lot of land identfied as Lot #3 be-
ing a partion af ihe subdivision ula tract
offand located in the village apprasiniate-
Wy Lal miles Southeast of the serlement
af Wemyss Bight, Eleuthera, Bahamas and
mreastring 3.280 aeres QUEST s S023 Ape
praised yalite $60,000

(MOR Lot ds 13.8 14 Block 50 Greenwood
Estates Subdivisions, Cat island, property size
8,000 sq. fLoach, Appraised Vahie $40,000
(802) Lot FU) comprising approximately
10348 sq ft sitiated on the nurtheatt side of
Qaven’s Righway, Palmetio Poin’, Heathens:
Appraised vale $54,600

WOU) Lot $19 is sitnated Coakley Town,
Brosh Creek Andros, totalling § avers ef land,
with 350 feet along the water front, ‘This
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30,000 sq ft. Property contains one connplet-
ed building 2 bdrm. 2bath 1,200 sq feet, and
two under construction. Appraised value
B24, 502.00

£460} Lotis simated in Coakley Bight, Behring
Point Andros totalling 30,3398q ft. Property
contains a split level Sbed 2 bath 2,286 sq ft
house, Appraised value - $196,253

(400) Lat #16 is sittiated in Marina Ridge
in the setdement of Fresh Creek Andros, f0-
talling 16,200 sq ft. Property contains acne
bdrm one bath house 840 sq ft. Appraised
value - $90,260

(802 Lot of land situated in the area of
Pindling Drive in the setilement of Rack
Sound, Eleuthera, with stone building up
to belt course, Property size 11,333 sq frAp~
praised value $35,000
(802) Lot # CA 1, Palmetto Shores, South
Palmetio Point, Deuthera, containing 3-sta-
rey 4 bien 3 bath house approx, 3,336 sq ft
living space; property size 11,068 sq ft. Ap-
praised value $230,000 ;
(008) All that piece of parcel or lot ofland
heing lot No.4742 Bahama Sound of Exu-
ma No.6 a subdivision of land situate at the
southeastern portion of The Forest Estate in
the vicinity of the settlements of the South-
side and The Forest Great Exuma, Bahamas,
Hroperty size 10,000 sq ft. Building size 2400
sq ft. Consisting of 2- | bdrm and bath unit
and 1-2 bdrms bath unit. Appraised yalue
$219,200.00

(008) Lat ofland being No. $996 located Ba-
hama Sound No.7 east, a subdivision of
land situate ai the eastern portion of the
Forest Estate in the vicinity of Southside
and Forest. Containing concreté building
consisting of 3 bed 2 bath home Building
size 1062 sq fi. Lot size 10,000.00 sq fi. Ap-
praised value $219,650.00,

{008} Lot of land #12975 Bahama Sound
# 14 approximately 1-5/8 miles southeast-
erwardly of George Town, Exuma. Contain-
ing Hardi- plank building consisting of a
iriplex partial complete 2-1 bdrms 1 bath
and i-bdrin J bath units. Building size 2160
sq ft. Lot size 10.000 sq ft. Appraised value
$485,990.00

{008} Lot # B-5707 Bahama Sound Ne. 7
East simated approximately 1] miles north
west of George Town, Exuyna. Located be-
tween Mt Thompson and the Forest. Con-
taining a triples of 2-} bdrm } bath units and
L-2bdrms | bath unit. Building size 1703
sq ft. Property size 4,000 sq ft. Appraised
value $234,160.00.

(008) All that piece of parcel to lot of land
being lot No, 9800, Bahama Sound No. 9,
a subdivision of land situate at the north-
easicrn ponion of the Forest Estate in the
vicinity of the setdement of Mt. Thompson
and the Porest. Containing a triples. Build-
ing size 2492 sq ft. Property size 10,060 sq
ii. Appraised value TBA.

i908} All that piece of parcel af lats of land
being Lot No. 6226, Bahama Sound No. 7 East |
a subdivision of land situate atthe eastern
portion of the Forest Estate in. the vicinity of
Southside and Forest. Property size 10,000.00
sqit. Containinga duplex. Building size 1152
sq ft Appraised value $188,320.00

£589) Lotoffand known as Lot 823) in Treas-
ure Cave Subdivision situated in the eastern
District af New Pravidence and containing
thereon a three 3} biirin two) bath residence
with swimming pool and other amenities,
Building is apprex 1.775 sq.ft and property
is 6,200 sq.ft. Appraised Value S74,340.00
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denee. Property size10,000 sq.ff. bldg 1,852
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Unlock Common We alth

By SIR RONALD
SANDERS

The writer is a member of
the Eminent Persons Group
established by Common-
wealth Heads of Government
to report by October 2011 on
strengthening the Common-
wealth. The commentary
below is an abridged version
of a speech delivered to. a
Consultation of Heads of
Commonwealth Organisa-
tions and diplomats on
“Reinvigorating the Com-
monwealth.”

OVER the years of the
Commonwealth’s existence
much has been written about
how it is perceived, how it
can better project itself, how
it can strengthen its institu-
tions, and how it can remain
relevant in a changed and
changing world.

The difference between
what has been written so far
by academics, think-tanks,
and parliamentarians, and
the work of the Eminent
Persons Group (EPG) is that
the EPG’s work has been
specifically mandated by
Heads of Government.

They have asked for a
report that, in the words of
the Affirmation issued at
their meeting last November
in Port-of-Spain, will ensure
that “the Commonwealth
will remain relevant to its
times and people in future”
and will help to build “a
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and progressive family of
nations founded on endur-
ing values and principles.”

The group must present
ideas that Heads of Govern-
ment can collectively
endorse and implement.
They must be ideas that are
visionary as well as practi-
cal; ambitious as well as
achievable; standard-setting
as well as opportunity creat-
ing.

Traditions

We have to be mindful
that the Commonwealth is
not an Organisation tied by
Treaty whose rules are bind-
ing on member states. It is a
voluntary association of sov-
ereign states that have decid-
ed that because they share
certain traditions, there is
benefit in working together.

We must be heedful too
that, in their association,
Commonwealth govern-
ments have made commit-
ments to democracy, human
rights, human dignity and
freedom, and that fulfilment
of these commitments lie at
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relevance.

- . The EPG recognises that

the Commonwealth should
not and cannot attempt to
tackle every issue that con-
fronts mankind, and that
focus should be placed on its
strengths and how to make
them more effective.

. We recognised the impor-
tant inter-linkages between
democracy/governance/huma
n rights/rule of law on one
hand and poverty allevia-
tion/sustainable develop-
ment/economic empower-
ment on the other.

We acknowledged that
just as democracy will not be
upheld without development,
development will not be sus-
tained without democracy.

We have begun to explore
a number of ideas such as a

Commonwealth Charter that

expresses an ethos of Com-
monwealth Community that
reflects civil and political
norms and through which
member countries commit
themselves to fundamental
rights and freedoms, values
and principles as contained
in several declarations by
Heads of Government.
Discussion has
focused on the Common-
wealth Ministerial Action
Group (CMAG) established
to protect Commonwealth
values and principles and to
take’ action against member
states that indulge in serious
or persistent violations of
them.

The Group regards
CMAG as a bright jewel in
the Commonwealth Crown;
one that should not be
allowed to tarnish, but
should continue to sparkle
as a tribute to Common-
wealth commitment to its
values. The Group would
like to see further empower-
ment of CMAG to take up
the full gamut of its remit to
deal with “serious or persis-

tent” violations beyond’

unconstitutional overthrow
of an elected government.
We regard the Secretary-
General’s “good offices” role
as equally. important in
addressing violations of
human and civil rights before
they become cancerous. Pre-
vention is better than cure.
But, we recognise that this

‘role is under resourced and

requires not only wider
machinery to alert the Sec-
retary-General to potential
problems.

And, we are not neglect-
ful of the need to promote
social and economic. devel-
opment or.of the global chal-

lenges of the moment that

have a‘great impact upon
many Commonwealth coun-

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tries. These include climate
change which threatens the
very existence of some Com-
monwealth countries; and
the need for special and dif-
ferential treatment for small
states by the international
financial institutions and the
World Trade Organisation.

We also recognise that to
do its job effectively, the
Commonwealth Secretariat
requires more resources that
cannot come from govern-
ments alone. They can also
come from strategic partner-
ships with private sector
groups and foundations even
outside the Commonwealth.
And, through these partner-
ships, the Commonwealth
could make a big difference
to inoculations against dis-
ease, improving infant mor-
tality, and improving educa-
tional facilities.

We would like to see
Youth brought into the
mainstream of Common-
wealth thinking and activity.
Discussions have begun
about the possible develop-

‘ment of a youth programme

aimed at promoting
exchanges by young people
between Commonwealth
countries in which transfer
of knowledge and volunteer-
ing would be underlying con-
siderations.

Knowledge

We see it as a movement
of young people across Com-
monwealth countries to live,
study and commune in each
other’s countries in a struc-
tured and organised pro-
gramme that would leave
each of them with a better
knowledge and appreciation
of each other’s culture and
circumstances.

We are also considering
the expansion of the four
regional Commonwealth
Youth Centres into larger
Commonwealth regional
offices for a wider range of
activities.

The question has often
been posed: if the Common-.

‘wealth did not exist, would

we invent it? The answer is:
we are lucky; we don’t have
to invent it. It exists. It is a
gift — an association. of 54
countries, large and small,
from all the continents of the

‘world representing 2 billion

people of all races and reli-
gions.

Together, the countries of
the Commonwealth are
responsible for more than 20
per cent of world trade,
about 20 per cent of invest-
ment and approximately 20
per cent of world GDP.
According to the Common-
wealth Business Council,
“over $3 trillion in trade hap-
pens within the Common-
wealth every year and the
Commonwealth has seen
over $200 billion worth of
investment over the last 10
years.” A common language
and common laws have
brought down the price of
doing business among Com-
monwealth countries by 20
per cent.

This demonstrates that
there is enormous potential
within the Commonwealth
for delivering benefits to its
people, but Commonwealth
leadership — in government
and the private sector + must
do something about it.

} There is clearly an
unlocked potential for boost-
ing wealth in the Common-
wealth. The key may very
well be strict adherence to
democracy and good gover-
nance by all Commonwealth
countries that would encour-
age more trade and invest-
ment across the Common-
wealth, improving the
economies and social condi-
tions of all its members.

Responses and previous
commentaries:
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Bahamas Ministry ‘of
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its recent'2010 FBO (Fixed
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that visited Grand
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representatives of Florida
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ing groups, including
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2008 survey showed that of
its 420,000 members, 86
per cent expressed an
interest in flying:to the
Bahamas.

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the aviation department’s
use of an annual familiari-
sation trip as the chief
marketing tool to show-
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the ins and outs of flying
to and around the
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an extension to the
Bahamas’ own aviation
marketing team.

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Fly- In this year included
representatives of Florida
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do, Jet Center, Fort Pierce
and Sheltair Aviation, Fort

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the Bryan
brothers

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter

bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

BAHAMIAN tennis ace
Mark Knowles and his dou-
bles partner, American
Mardy Fish, will have their
hands full today when they
take on top seeds American
identical twin brothers Bob
and Mike Bryan in the third
round of the US Open.

Their match will be played
sometime today in Flushing
Meadows, New York, after
Fish plays his third round sin-
gles match against No.3 seed
Novak Djokovic.

Having lost 6-3, 6-4 to the

Bryans in the first round of,

the Farmers Classic in Los

Angeles at-the end of July,

Knowles said they are eager
for the rematch.

“We’re looking forward to
it,” said Knowles, as he took
advantage of yesterday’s.day
off. “It’s going to be a tough
match. They’ve been having a
great summer. Obviously,
their record speaks for them-
selves.

“Butt Mardy and I feel very
confident. We know we have
a really good chance against
them and we know we can
play well enough to beat
them. We just have to go out

there and execute and hope-

fully get things done.”

The draw has already seen
one of the tournament
favourites gone in Knowles’
former partner, Mahesh Bhu-
pathi, and Max Mirnyi, the
No.4; seeds, who, were elimi-
nated Saturday.

Knowles said he and Fish,
the No.15 seeds, are not look-
ing to be another early casu-
alty.

“Everyone’s tough in this
tournament. There’s no easy
draw,” Knowles pointed out.
“We’re aware of that and we
know it’s a tough draw for us
and it’s tough for the Bryans.

“That’s why you just have
to take it one match at a time.
On any given day, these pro-
fessional tennis players. are
capable of pulling off an

upset. Mardy and J are confi-.

dent in our ability and we
know that anybody we can
beat anybody.”

And right now, Knowles
said they simply have to go
out today and take care of the
Bryans.

It won’t be easy, consider-*

ing the fact that Fish, at
No.19, is still alive in singles
and will have to take on No.3
Djokovic just before their
doubles match, °

“It’s a little bit tricky, but
we just hope that he wins
quickly against Novak and we
get the job done against the
Bryans,” Knowles projected.
“But it’s a good position to
be in. yall nae ni

“He’s winning a lot of
matches in singles and we’re
winning a lot of matches in
doubles. Having said that, we

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GOLD TRIUMPH: American Debbie Dunn and Christine Amertil (left) celebrate their victory after the
4x400m relay atthe IAAF Continental Cup in Split, Croatia, yesterday. ‘
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Pitchers
take victory
spotlights...

See page 14

A second

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

onald
Thomas
was just shy
of adding
ta; he :*-¢
IAAF/VTB Bank Conti-
nental Cup title to his
résumé and sprinter Deb-
bie Ferguson-McKenzie and
quarter-miler Christine
Amertil both ran on victori-
ous relay teams for the
Americas team.

The two-day meet held
over the weekend in Split,
Croatia, saw the 26-year-old
Thomas and Rashid Ahmed
Al-Mannai of Qatar both
clear 2.28 metres or 7-feet,
6-inches.

But it was Al-Mannai,
representing the Asia-Pacif-
ic, who came away with the
victory on fewer knock-
downs over Thomas, who
represented the Americas
team.

“First I’d like to thank
God for bringing me thus
far and for blessing me with
second at a prestigious
event such as the World
Cup,” Thomas said.in an
interview with The Tribune
yesterday.

“My performance was
okay..I was going for the’
win, but, wasn't).good .,

FANTASTIC FOUR: The women's Americas team (shown [-r), Cydonie Mothersille of Cayman Islands, Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie,
Shalonda Solomon of the US and Kelly-Ann Baptiste of Trinidad & Tobago, pose for photographers after winning 4x100m relay Saturday.

_ (AP Photo)

‘for Thomas

Debbie Ferguson-

McKenzie and

Christine Amertil
help Americas
relay teams

win gold at the
Continental Cup

enough on this particular
day. I’m having problems
with my approach. Once I
work on-a few things this
off season with coach, I will
be a consistent 2.36m guy.
“Every coach who has
interest in the high jump .
who runs into me is telling

’me that there is no one out

there with more potential
or bounce and its minor
adjustments that I need to
make to be the best.”

Effort

For his effort, Thomas
walked away with a cash
prize of $15,000. Al-Mannai
collected $30,000.

“The meet was well
organised and upscale.
Working with the Americas
staff was like no other com-
petition I’ve been to,”
Thomas said.

“The staff was there for
the athletes and not the ath-
letes there for the staff, so it
was a new and refreshing
feeling.” :

As the meet came to a
close yesterday, Amertil
anchored the Americas
team of Jamaican Shericka
Williams, American.Debbie
Dunn and Nickiesha Wilson
to first place.

Amertil had a hefty lead
over Russian Tatyana Firo-
va, who closed in the 5 :p a
bit with 250 metres remain-
ing. But Amertil was able
to dig down deep and held
on for the win in 3:26.37.
The Americas quartet split
$30,000 for their victory.

So did the team of
Cydonie Mothersille of the
Cayman Islands, Bahamian
Debbie Ferguson-McKen-
zie and 100m: runner-up
Shalonda Solomon of the
US and 100m champion
Kelly-Ann Baptiste of
Trinidad & Tobago. The
quartet clocked 43.07.15 for
their win over Europe.

The Bahamian trio
helped the Americas to post
a second place overall in the
point standings with 404.5
behind Europe, who ended
up 418.

Africa got third with 285
and Asia-Pacific came
fourth with 283.5.





Tennessee Titans cut Myron Rolle

By RENALDO DORSETT

’ Sports Reporter

rdorsett@hotmail.com

AFTER the final week of the Nation-
al Football League preseason, high pro-
file defensive back and the newest
Bahamian edition to the NFL now finds
himself without a franchise. heading into
the regular season.

Myron Rolle was released by the Ten-
nessee Titans this weekend as the team
made its final effort to trim the roster to
53 players headed into the regular sea-
son.

Rolle was beaten out by fellow rookie
safety Robert Johnson for the final roster
spot at the position.

Former pro bowler Michael Griffin is
the starter at free safety with six year

vet Vincent Fuller second string with
Johnson third.

_ Rolle finished the preseason with 10
total tackles, six solo, and finished 12th

on the team in the
category.

He had his best
performance in
week two against the
Arizona Cardinals
when he finished
with four total tack-
les, three solo, which
tied for third
amongst game high
leaders.

The Titans
released 20 players
and placed veteran linebacker David
Thornton on the reserve/physically-
unable-to-perform list as he continues
to recover from hip surgery.

Linebacker Gerald McRath was also
relegated to the reserve/suspended list
for the first four games.

The Titans decided to keep contro-
versial undrafted rookie running back
LeGarrette Blount, while they released

RELEASED: Rolle.

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veteran Samkon Gado. Defensive end
Raheem Brock was also cut.

Center Kevin Matthews, an undrafted
free agent, and the son of Hall of Fame
lineman Bruce Matthews, also was cut.
Matthews will reportedly make the team
as a prime candidate for the Titans’ prac-
tice squad. °

Rolle is another possibility for the
practice squad if he clears waivers, and is
not signed by another team with a deci-
sion to continue his NEL career hang-
ing in the balance.

He signed an endorsement deal with
Reebok last month as another athlete to
represent the. brand which includes oth-

"er noteworthy athletes such as Peyton

Manning, Eli Manning, Vince Young,
Chad Ochocinco, Santonio Holmes, and
others.

The Titans' roster is likely to change in
the next few days as teams look to solid-

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2010, PAGE 13



High jumper wants explanation over subvention cut

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

WHILE enjoying his success as
he continues his comeback from

being the world champion, high |

jumper Donald Thomas said he’s
peeved that his subvention from the
Bahamas Government has been cut
and there’s no explanation as to why.

Thomas, who is now heading back
to Auburn to continue his training
for possibly the Commonwealth
Games next month in India, finished
second in the men’s high jump at
the IAAF/VTB Bank Continental
Cup after he and Rashad Ahmed
Al-Mannai of Qatar cleared 2.28
metres of.7-feet, 6-inches.

‘on the calendar,

Al-Mannai,
however, won the
title on less knock
downs and he
earned $30,000.
Thomas ended
up in second and [
he pocketed
$15,000.

With the Com-
monwealth
Games as the
next major event

DONALD THOMAS

Thomas said he
wants to compete, but his focus is

' on reclaiming his IAAF World

Championship title that he won in
2007 in Osaka, Japan.
“As of now I’m scheduled to go to



the Commonwealth Games to put
the Bahamas on the map, but there
are a few things that I don’t like and
I can’t get an answer as to why my
subvention was cut in August. I’m

ranked sixth in the world out of bil-

lions of people. And I was ranked

top 10 all year. There are no more

' than five athletes ranked in the top

20 in there event in the Bahamas.
“T think it’s a personal thing that
the head people who are in charge of
sports in the Bahamas have against
me, but they couldn't stop my flow if
they were a traffic police.”
The highest ranked male Bahami-

an athlete competing in athletics.

today said he’s disappointed in the

‘treatment he’s receiving, but he

admitted that life must go on.

“The Minister of Sports (Charles
Maynard) told me the recommen-
dation came from the BAAA. The
president of the BAAA (Mike
Sands) told me the BAAA didn’t
send the recommendation,” Thomas
said.

“Now the BAAA are telling me
that the former administration under
Mr Hollingsworth made the recom-
mendation and that the current
administration has nothing to do
with it. No one seems to know.”

Neither Maynard nor Sands were
available for comments yesterday.

Thomas has called on all Bahami-
ans to show more appreciation to
the athletes and not pull them down.

“J feel I do a lot for my country as
far as exposure and putting the name

‘Bahamas’ in places people never
heard of,” he said. “Going to the
Commonwealth Games is putting
my off season at risk..

“I’m 90 per cent healthy right now
and if I go, ’'m risking injury and
recovery time, and getting nothing in
return as for my subyention being
cut.”

Thomas said he enjoys represent-
ing the Bahamas, but he said he
would expect some type of appreci-
ation because it’s a nine to five job
he’s doing. “I want to thank all my
fellow Bahamians (family, friends,
civilians and Mt Zion) for the sup-
port they have been giving me,” he
stressed. “My attitude is if they kick
me off the bus, I’m going to jog
there. But I will get there.”



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RACE DAY: Sailing boats can be seen in Montagu Bay during the first King Eric Gibson Regatta over the weekend.

Eudeva comes from
emerge as B Class c

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
- bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

THE light winds in Montagu Bay forced
organisers of the first King Eric Gibson
Regatta to postpone the three races in the A
Class over the weekend.

However, the Eudeva, skippered by Shel-
don Gibson, was able to come from behind to
take two of the three races in the B Class to
emerge as the champions.

Organisers have indicated that they will
return this weekend to put on the three A

Class races and they will also include the C °

Class because of the tremendous support
they received from the public.

Legendary patron King Eric Gibson, for

_the first time during an interview, seemed to
have been ‘emotional over what he witnessed
on Saturday and Sunday.

“Words cannot express how I feel,” said
Gibson, as he soaked up some of the enter-
tainment provided by some of his collcagucs
in the music.industry.

“I’ve been all over the world and every
time I’m asked to name some of the most
exciting things that have happened in my life,
I always say music in general because it has
always been a part of my life.”

But Gibson said if he was asked that same
question now, he would have to say the regat-

"ta is one of the top tributes that he will cher-
ish for the rest of his life.

“The thing that makes this so special is
who has done it,” said Gibson, referring to

local businessman Craig Flowers, who along
with Sir Durward Knowles, Peter Nygard,
Al Collie and Mike Stubbs, have combined to
sponsor the regatta.

“Craig, my long-time friend, started the
whole thing and my other friends came
together and joined him. This makes me feel
really good because I don’t think anybody
else:in this country can get that kind of spon-
sorship.”

Gibson, whose Queen Drucilla ended up
second overall, said this was by far the largest
regatta held this year in the country with
some $40,000 being presented in cash prizes
and trophies.

Flowers, owner of FLM: Group of Com-
panies, said when he recently visited King
Eric at his home, he discovered that there
wasn’t a single regatta to honour anyone in a
long time.

“IT walked away from his house that
evening, believing that we could pull off a
regatta in the name of King Eric,” Flowers
said. “But I had no idea that thought would
evolve into what I see here today.

“It is just absolutely amazing. Nothing to do
with me. It means nothing to me because the
funds that I would have put up to start this
ball rolling, the thousands of people out Here

is truly a testament to the life of King Eric.” -

All weekend, Flowers said everybody he
passed by were complimenting him for allow-
ing them to come out and to honour King
Eric for his contribution to the sport.

. “I just want to say to King Eric and to his
family, he that has given so much, we can

behind to
hampions |

truly say thank you and we can really appre-
ciate what he has done,” said Flowers, who

noted that he has so many stories to tell about

the life and time of King Eric.

“Tm just amazed. I’m flabbergasted
because I don’t know what to say to King
Eric. I know I started this with a kind heart,
but I never envisioned that I-would have cre-
ated the spark to foster such a gathering
today. I’m very pleased with the decision to
do it.”

On Saturday, Ants Nest, skippered by Lee
Armbrister, pulled off the first race.in the
series. However, Sheldon Gibson’s Eudeva
came back and took the second race.

. Yesterday, Gibson continued the winning

- Streak as his Eudeva wrapped up the only

race contested to finish on top of the stand-
ings in the B Class.

Remado Ross, who was sailing with King .

Eric since he was six years old, skippered
Gibson’s Queen Drucilla to a second place
finish.

Attempts were made on both days to stage

at least one race in the A Class, but the light "
winds forced organisers to call them off. Now

they say they will attempt to do them this
weekend.

“It’s a shame that when the wind died
down, it didn’t afford them the time to start
the A Class,” Flowers said. “It’s one of those

unfortunate things. But I’m sure that the hard -

working committee that he has will bring a
conclusion to this regatta because the awards
presentation won’t take place until his birth-
day on September 23.”



Davis-Thompson announces formation of the
Bahamas High-performance Track Academy

OLYMPIC sprint champion and IAAF
council member Pauline Davis-Thompson is
pleased to announce the formation of the
Bahamas High-performance Track Acade-
my (BHTA), an‘athletic training programme
for selected high school and professional ath-
letes.

The new BHTA will provide talented
young high school athletes with the neces-
sary support that they would need to be both

athletically and academically successful, while:
further developing, nurturing, and enhanc- '

ing the athletic skills of their professional
counterparts.

BHTA will take a holistic approach to the
coaching, training, and mentoring of its ath-

letes, with the goal of providing them with the :

tools and skills necessary to' maximize their
potential for longevity in the high perfor-
mance world of track and field and the high-
ly competitive world of academia. “Almost
with surety I can’say, when an athlete leaves
our programme, any coach, in any major col-
lege or university, will want to recruit them. It
would be up to them to choose from the
many offers that they will potentially receive
if they come and Successfully advance through
the programme,” says double Olympic medal-
list Davis-Thompson, who, in addition to hav-

ing almost 32 years of success on the track,’

has also had a successful career as a coach.
A NCAA coach of the year at the Univer-
sity of Tennessée, where she coached Jeneba
Tormoh to a World Junior Championship in
_ the 100m, Davis-Thompson has also coached



i

American quarter-mil-
er Monique Hennagan
to a US Championship
and a fourth place fin-
ish in the 400m at the
2004 Olympics.

In addition, she has
guided Bahamian 400m
runner Christine Amer-
til to World Indoor sil-
ver and bronze medals,
as well as a NACAC
championship. record
run of 50.34 in the 400m
- a time that still stands
as a record today.

Now, the Olympic
champion is set. to
impart this wealth of DAVIS-THOMPSON
coaching knowledge on
a new generation of young Bahamian track
athletes, as she seeks to give back to the
youth, the nation, and the nation’s growing
track and field programme.

From September 24-26 at the Thomas A
Robinson Track and Field Complex, the
BHTA will host trials for high school stu-
dents - from ages twelve (12) to sixteen (16)
years old - who are presently not affiliated
with one of the already established track
clubs.

Trials will be conducted — on Friday, Sep-
tember 24 — in the 100 and 400 meters, begin-
ning at 6pm. On Saturday, September 25,
beginning at 8am, trails will be held for the



110m hurdles. And on Sunday, September
26, again starting at 8am, trials will be con-
ducted in the 200 and 800 meter disciplines.
- The two male and female athletes (12-13
and 14-16) showing the most potential in a
particular discipline will be considered for
the Academy.

In addition to their athletic abilities, stu-
dents will also be considered based on their
ability to succeed academically, as part of
the BHTA’s aim is have its athletes physically
and academically ready to further their track
and field careers - post high school - at one of
the many NCAA Division I institutions in
its network of colleges and universities.

. Davis-Thompson will be joined in this new
venture by her former Atlanta-based training
partner and coach, Mark Humes.

An English lecturer at the College of the
Bahamas, Humes was a former nationally
ranked decathlete at Morehouse College and

was named Georgia Athletic Coaches Asso-

ciation Coach of the Year in 1999 and 2000

‘ for having lead the Marist High School Boys

track and field programme to regional cham-
pionships.
Humes also brings a wealth of knowledge
to the organisation having served as an assis-
tant sprint coach at Morehouse College and
the University of Puerto Rico. He has
coached several world champion and Olympic
athletes, including Aaron Cleare, Derrick
Atkins, and Adrian Griffith, as well as New

Orleans Saints’ receiver and Atlanta native

Leigh Torrence.

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Coach K
pleased, but

US faces higher
expectations

By BRIAN MAHONEY
AP Basketball writen



ISTANBUL (AP) — Those iedicting that
the US will fall short of a world championship
are focusing on the back of the jerseys.

They no longer include names such as
BRYANT or JAMES.

Those expecting the Americans to win anyway
do so because of what's still on the front.

"I think there is a certain element that does
persist that because we have USA on our jersey,
that's good enough," USA Basketball chairman
Jerry Colangelo said. "And as the world com-
petition has improved, it gets very challenging,
especially with a young, inexperienced group
of guys, regardless of how much talent we have.

"Personally, I'd rather be hunted like that
' than the opposite."

Colangelo and coach Mike Krzyzewski say
they are satisfied with what they've seen from
the undefeated-Americans, who face Angola in ,
an elimination game today in the round of 16.

But fans and media in Turkey seem to expect
a higher level, one reachable by the star-studded
Olympic gold medallists of two years ago but
maybe not by a young team that hasn't been
together nearly as long.

They expect the US not only to win the tour-
nament, but also every game and perhaps even
every quarter along the way. Krzyzewski always
faces similar expectations at Duke, where he
says: "people think we should win every: game
and not let anyone score.

"T don't want that to be what this team feels,"
he said, allowing he'd be OK with any criticisms
if he'd brought back the team from Beijing.

"If we had all the main guys here, you should
nitpick anything, because that's the world they
live in. They always have to (play well),"
Krzyzewski said. "We have a young group. I
think our guys have done great and part of it,
this.is the first experience. ‘

"I think they've been terrific and now they get
achance to do something that will be a momen-
tous thing in their careers if they can, in the
next eight days, if they can get it done. I would
like for them to be youthfully enthusiastic and
try to accomplish something instead of trying to
be perfect or whatever. Being perfect is about
those other guys."

The Americans blew out their first two oppo-
nents, then needed a miss at the buzzer by
Brazil's Leandro Barbosa to eké out a 70-68
victory. They closed group play with easy wins
over Iran-and Tunisia, but neither was a start-to-
finish rout, The US led the winless African :
champions by just four points early i in the third
quarter.

The US ended up winning 92-57, but center
Lamar Odom was pressed about why it took so
long to break away from what seemed such an
overmatched opponent.

~ "You can't win by 40 in the first hee minutes

of a game. if you really think about how the
-game is played," Odom said. "That means you

stop them and then you score every time. No
mistakes. You're human, you're going to have

‘ human errors. You're going to bounce the ball

off a leg, three seconds, missed layup, a missed
jumper. That's just the way the game goes."

- Odom was on the US team that lost three
times in the 2004 Olympics before leaving with
a bronze medal. The Americans finished sixth
two years earlier in Indianapolis in the worlds, so

it shouldn't be a surprise that victory isn't guar-

anteed just by sending five players on the floor
wearing red, white and blue. The US hasn't
even won a world title since 1994.

Yet that hasn't seemed to way the interna-
tional basketball community, where many —
such as Iran's coach — still call the US a Dream
Team. Never mind that the people who assem-

. bled it certainly wouldn't.

"People don't understand, that's what some-

times frustrates me," forward Kevin Durant

said. "Fans don't understand that this is a hard
game to play, especially international basketball.
It's a lot different from the NBA game and the
players are a lot different.

"Everybody can shoot, from the 4 to the 5,
and that right there puts pressure on your
defense, because you can't help as much. We're
not going to win every game by 30 or 20, or
maybe even 10. As long as we go out there and
get the job done, at the end of the day, it's all
about wins."

The US needs four more to claim the gold
medal. Noting that world records in track events
aren't usually set during the qualifying rounds,
when competitors just want to advance and
peak later, Krzyzewski isn't concerned with
always looking good along the way.

But the Americans know they will hear about
it whenever they don't. "I think it's a good
expectation to have and we have to live up to
that," guard Stephen Curry said. "I don't think
it puts any extra pressure on us."





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Pitchers take victory spotlights

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

. TWO pitchers took the spotlight
Saturday night at the Banker’s Field
to lead their respective teams to vic-
tory in the New Providence Softball
Association’s (NPSA) All-Star Clas-
sic.

Desiree Coakley, the ace for the
Bommer G Swingers who has not
had an at-bat in the regular season in
quite some time, came through with
a run-producing double and scored
another.

To top off her performance, Coak-
ley spun a five- hitter, striking out
two in three innings before she was
relieved by Proper Care Pool Lady
Sharks for the final inning in the
Linda Ford Ladies’ All-Star 9-4 deci-
sion over the Jeannie Minus All-
Stars.

In the men’s feature contest,
Dorin United Hitmen’s mainstay
Alcott Forbes fired a one-hitter with
a strike out, holding his opponents
scoreless through the first three
innings.

And Forbes ended up with a per-
fect 2-for-2 night, inclusive of a two-
run double, a walk and a RBI single,
scoring twice as he led the Rev Den-
cil Clarke All-Stars to a lopsided 16-
3 rout over the Ron Wood All-Stars.

Y-II Shipping New Breed’s Ken
Wood Jr, who started at shortstop
behind Forbes, said they just simply
wanted to go out and take advan-
tage of their opponents.

“JT just want to thank God for giv-
ing us the health and strength to
come out here and play as one unit,”
said Wood, who led off their offen-
sive attack with a perfect 3-for-3 out-
ing with:two RBI and three runs
scored.

“It was just a fun game ih the °

best players in the league. I’m happy
that we won. When I saw the other
side, I knew there was nothing that
they could.do about us. So we just
played the game. We knew they
couldn’t do anything with our line-

up.”



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BATTER UP: Freedom Farm's Leroy Thompson delivers a pitch to Outlaws’ Adrian Pinder.

Wood’s New Breed team-mate
Martin Burrows Jr got the starting
nod on the mound for the Ron
Wood All-Stars. But he only lasted

_ two and-a-half innings after getting

knocked around for five -hits and
seven runs.
Freedom Farin’ s ace Leroy

‘Thompson came in and finished the

game off in the third.

But by then, the Rev Dencil
Clarke All-Stars already had the
game well-out of reach as they
banged Thompson for eight runs on
six hits alone in the third.

To go along with Wood’s and
Forbes’ offensive attack, New
Breed’s catcher Garfield Bethel

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enjoyed a 2-for-4 night with two RBI
and three runs scored and his team-
mate Eugene Pratt was 1-for-3 with
three runs scored.

While Forbes pitched the Bist
three innings for the win, Garrett
Strachan came in to start the fourth
and he ended up giving up two hits
and three runs, striking out three for
the save. +

The Ron Wood All-Stars avoided
getting shut out in the fourth when
Thompson got hit by a pitch on the

. first pitch from Strachan.

_ He moved to second on.a passed
ball and after Dorin United’s Darren
Stevens got on base with a one-out

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Then in the fifth, Outlaws’ Clax-
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and caught a ride home on Del Sol
Arawaks’ Ramero Armbrister’s RBI
sacrifice fly.

Linda Ford All-Stars 9,
Jeannie Minus All-Stars 4 -

Desiree Coakley showed her ver-
satility and she was joined by four

FROM page 12

other players in the win.

Proper Care Pool’s Keisha Miller
went 1-for-2 with a RBI and run
scored, Pineapple Air Wildcats’
catcher Dornette Edwards was also
1-for-2 with a RBI and three runs
scored,.Sharks’ Raquel Cooper was
1-for-2 with a run and Nadia Thomp-
son was-1-for-3 with a RBI and run

‘ scored.

For the losers, Wildcats’ Gantial

‘Smith had a stellar defensive game

and was perfect at 2-for-2 with two
RBI, Sigma Brackettes’ Zella
Symonette was 1-for-3 and her team=
mate Shavette Taylor, along with
Wildcats’ Marvelle Miller and
Sharks’ Vonetta Nairn were all 1-
for-2 with a run.

_ Marvelle Miller got the starting
nod, giving up four hits in suffering
the loss before she was relieved by
Black Scorpions’ Lashana Gittens
in the second.

Coaches 10, Executives 7.

The league coaches were a late
substitute for the legends and they
proved that they had a little better
knowledge of the game on Friday
night. i

Clifford Jones went 3-for-3 with
two RBI and two runs, Stephen
‘Bishop’ Beneby was also 3-for-3
with two RBI and a run, Michale
moss was 2-for-2 with three RBI and
a run, Arthur Johnson was also 2-
for-2 with a run and Spurgeon John-
son was 1-for-3 with two RBI and a
run in the win.

Bertie Murray Sr tossed an n eight:
hitter for the win over league presi-;
dent Loretta Maycock, who gave up
14 hits for the loss. *

Cyril Smith and Maria Pelecanos,
were both 1-for-3, scoring a run,
Renee ‘Sunshine’ Davis, Neressa:
Seymour and Jeannie ‘Bubbles’
Minus were all 1-for-2, with a RBI
and run scored.



FREEDOM Farm’s Leroy Thompson reacts after getting hit by a pitch.

Knowles, Fish to face
the Bryan brothers

to be playing again. We:

just have to adjust and get the
job done.”

Fish, by the way, is leading
the standings with 53 aces in
the men’s play.

On Tuesday, Knowles is
expected to be back on the
court, but this time with his
mixed doubles partner Ger-
man Anna-Lena Groenefeld.
The unseeded duo, who won
the Wimbledon title last year,
will be playing their quarter-
final match. .

“It’s exciting. We won a
couple of matches so far and
we're in the quarter’s right

now,” he stressed. “It’s nice

haven’t played since Wimble-

-don last year due to various:

injuries to both of us.

“So it’s nice. It’s always
good to win a couple of,
matches. We kind of put our-
_Selves in a position to possibly
‘go deeper into the tourna-
ment. So we're looking for-
ward to our next match.”

They could probably end
up facing the No.2 team of
Cara Black and Leander Paes,
whom they defeated in the
finals of Wimbledon. Black
and Paes were scheduled to
play the team of Kaia Kanepi
and Robert Lindstedt.

Titans cut Myron Rolle

FROM page 12

ify their rosters for the Sep-
tember 9 kickoff to the 2010
season.

The Tennessee Titans have
chosen to keep rookie Rusty
Smith over veteran Chris
Simms-as the third quarter-
back behind Vince Young
and Kerry Collins.

Rolle was taken by the
Tennessee Titans as the 38th

" pick in the sixth round of the

NFL draft, the 207th pick
overall.

The former top high school
recruit and Florida State
Seminole became a global fig-
ure when he decided to leave
football for a year to pursue
his Rhodes Scholarship
opportunity in Oxford, Eng-
land.

While his decision was
heavily scrutinized by ana-
lysts, scouts and coaches
across the country, Rolle was
granted an opportunity to
prove critics wrong when the
Titans made the selection in

April's draft.

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Passport office employee ‘may

FROM page one

The talk show host told
The Tribune he was asked
to turn over all audio
recordings and information
on the case to the police
who told him they suspect
an employee at the Passport
Office may be involved in
the alleged scheme.

“I gave them all of the
information (they asked for)
and they thanked me for the
work I did and said they
were very impressed.

“They are concerned
about the persons senior to
him (the civil servant who
allegedly requested a bribe)
who may be involved in
some corruption,” said Mr
Bain, who spent about three
hours being questioned by
police.

“They said they are tak-

ing, this matter seriously as
it's a national security issue.”

The alleged exposé took
place on Mr Bain's radio
show “The New Nation”
when a caller, who identi-
fied herself as Kim, was put
on air by Mr Bain.

The woman claimed an
employee at the Passport
Office demanded money
under the table to process
new passports, even after
Kim had paid the required
application fees.

The radio host then aired
a recording of a conversa-
tion alleged to be between
the woman and the officer
in which they discussed the
alleged payment.

On air, Kim said that two
months ago she put ina
request for two passports for
her children which have a
legitimate fee of $25 - $50
per document. While being
served at the passport office
on Thompson Boulevard,
Kim said the passport officer
who was dealing with her
application told her he
“could assist (her) in getting
(her) passports at an earlier
time. ”

The woman ‘said she
decided to hand over $40 to
the passport. officer in the
hope of speeding up the
process because she planned
to seon travel overseas and
was afraid the passports
would get delayed in the
office's bogged down sys-
tem. She claimed she put the
$40 in an envelope, which
she passed to the officer.

She claimed that after she
left the Passport Office, she
received a “disgusting” voice
mail message on her phone,
allegedly from the passport
officer who chided her for
leaving only $40 when he
had asked for $100. .

According to Mr Bain, the
employee in question told
Kim he needed the money
“to pay people upstairs.”

Mr Bain said _ this
sleuthing was praised by the
police who told him that
while they are often suspi-

cious of acts of alleged cor-.

ruption they often cannot

act unless they get specific

information from the pub-
lic. /

Mr Dames, a former
police superintendent and
director of the Police Com-
plaints and Corruption Unit,
said the employee alleged
to have taken the bribe was

not even in a position to
fast-track a passport.

He said: “You can look at
it as a form of corruption,

as accepting a bribe.

“And as soon as the alle-
gations came in we took
action immediately.

“That person is no longer
employed with the Passport
Office.” .

Meanwhile, Lincoln Bain

says he is working on
unmasking corruption
claims within other govern-
ment ministries with a

have been involved in alleged bribery scheme’

promise to soon blow the lid
on allegations of impropri-
ety within the Department
of Immigration.

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and wish to travel on Bethel Avenue North or
Farrington Road you should use the left hand
‘approach lane to the roundabout and the
outside lane of the aroundabout.

2. If you'are travelling eastbound on JFK Drive

and wish to travel east on Thompson Boulevard |

you can use either the left or the right hand
approach lanes to the roundabout and both
lanes of the roundabout.

3. If you are travelling eastbound on 1 JFK Drive
and wish to travel south on:21st Century Road
and Bethel Avenue South you should use the

right hand approach lane to the roundabout | :

and the inside lane of the roundabout.

4. If you are travelling northbound on Bethel

Avenue South and wish to travel west on JFK
Drive, you should use the extreme left slip lane

only. However, you should STOP at the stop line .

before joining JFK Drive.

- 5, If you are travelling northbound on Bethel
Avenue South and wish to travel to Saunders
Beath on Bethel Avenue North you should use

the left or right hand approach lanes to the

roundabout both lanes of the roundabout.

6. if youl are ‘travelling northbound on Bethel
Avenue South and wish to travel east on
Farrington Road, Thompson Boulevard or

south on 21st Century Road you should use

- the right hand approach lane to the roundabout
and the inside lane of the roundabout.

7. If you are travelling northbound on 21st.

Century Road and wish to travel south on

Bethel Avenue South, west on JFK Drive or to :

Saunders Beach on Bethel Avenue North, you
ctu use the outside lane o f the roundabout.

8. if you are travelling northboiind on 21st
Century Road and travelling east on Farrington

Road or Thompson Boulevard use the inside

lane of the roundabout. :

9. If you are travelling westbound en
Thompson Boulevard and wish to travel south

on 21st Century Road or Bethel Avenue
: South use the left hand approach lane to the
roundabout and the outside lane of the

roundabout.

®

10. If you are travelling westbound on
- Thompson Boulevard and wish to travel west
on JFK Drive you can use either left or right

hand approach lanes to the roundabout and
both janes of the raundaboue

11. If you are travelling westbound on

‘Thompson Boulevard and wish to travel north

on Bethel Avenue North or on Farrington
Road use the right hand approach lane to the

roundabout and the inside lane of the

roundabout.

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Farrington Road and wish to travel east on
Thompson Boulevard or south on 21st Century »
Road and Bethel Avenue South use the left
hand approach lane to the roundabout and the
outside lane of the roundabout. :

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Farrington Road and wish to travel west on JFK
Drive you can use either the left or the right
hand approach lanes to the roundabout and
both lanes of the roundabout.

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Bethel Avenue North use the right hand

~ approach lane to the roundabout and the inside

lane of the roundabout.

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Avenue North and wish to travel east on
Farrington Road and Thompson Boulevard or
south on 21st Century Road and Bethel
Avenue South use the left hand approach lane
to the roundabout and the outside lane of the
roundabout.

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Avenue North and wish to travel west on JFK

“use the right hand approach lane to the

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GLICO
liquidator
- fights
$1.45m lien

* Insolvent insurer’s main
asset owes $78m, with
value of liabilities
exceeding assets

* Former head man’
passed off $1.45m
settlement he owed, p
lacing it on backs of
Bahamian policyholders
and creditors

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Tribune, Business
Editor

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MONDAY,

SEPTEMBER 6,

0 10

Wells’ group targets

second Bacardi site

Investor group that bought liquor manufacturer’s main New Providence
plant eyeing Clifton Pier storage facility for biodiesel joint venture

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

The investor group headed
by ex-Cabinet Minister and
MP, Tennyson Wells, is nego-
tiating with Bacardi to acquire
the latter’s second New Provy-
idence-based property at
Clifton Pier, Tribune Business
can reveal, with plans for a
joint venture to develop it
into a biodiesel manufacturing
facility.

Sources close to develop-
ments confirmed that Mr
Wells’s group, which last year
closed their acquisition of the
liquor manufacturer’s main
production plant off
Carmichael Road, were now
in talks to purchase its Clifton
Pie facility. That consists of
séveral large, heavy-duty stor-
age tanks and a jetty/docking
facility.

Tribune Business under-
stands that in purchasing Bac-
ardi’s main production plant,
Mr Wells and his fellow
investors also obtained an



option to acquire its Clifton
Pier site, which is what they
are now actively pursuing.
Given the site’s extensive
storage facilities, and ease of
access by large ships, includ-
ing tankers, Tribune Business
was told that Mr Wells and
his group had been talking to
other parties - both local and
international- about using it
for a biodiesel production

Pe
INVESTMENT GROUP HEAD: Tennyson W
photo in the House of Assembly.



om

ells pictured in this file

joint venture.

One source with intimate
knowledge of developments
told Tribune Business that if
Mr Wells and his group were
successful in acquiring the
Bacardi property, and in
establishing a joint venture,
they would look to mass pro-

SEE page 4B























‘|, the ‘impasse’ between Baha Mar and Scotiabank over the |

. to arrange a meeting between the two sides.



aie

BREITLING



Government gets
involved on Baha
Mar’s $200m loan
Sources say administration seeking to broker

meeting between $2.6bn developer and Scotiabank
over main obstacle to Cable Beach redevelopment

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

The Government, through Prime Minister Hubert é
Ingraham’s Office, has moved to broker a resolution to |

former’s $200 million outstanding loan, sources told Tri- |
bune Business, the issue being the main obstacle to the |
$2.6 billion Cable Beach redevelopment. pie

This newspaper was told that the Government had |:
moved to bring Baha Mar and the Scotiabank-led syn- |
dicate to a resolution, having moved over the weekend

How active a role the Government might play in seek-
ing to broker a resolution ‘is unclear, especially given
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham’s lukewarm public
expressions of enthusiasm for the $2.6 billion Baha Mar
project. hati

While the Government is unlikely to offer to bridge the
‘$35 million gap’ between Scotiabank and Baha Mar’s
principals, the Lyford Cay-based Izmirlian family, given |
the precedent it would set and current fiscal difficulties, |,
the move to become actively involved is likely to spur |
confidence the project may actually happen. i

Tribune Business was last night told that the Govern- |,
ment had contacted both Baha Mar and Scotiabank |
over arranging a meeting, and while the developer had |

SEE page 7B



$4bn debt sending

Freeport’s ‘double
taxation’ concern

Attorney calls for real property tax and business
licence exemptions to be extended beyond 2015,

‘worrisome signals’

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

CLICO (Bahamas) liq-
uidator has initiated legal
action to prevent a US-
based firm from obtaining a
‘preferential’ $1.445 million
payment against the prop-

* Ex-finance minister
concerned over ‘economic
sustainability’ message,

The Bahamas’ rising

erty that accounts for 63
per cent of the insolvent
insurer’s assets.

Arguing that Wellington
Preserve, the Florida-based
real estate development,
owes $78 million in total

| debts, of which $73 million
are due to CLICO
(Bahamas) and its CLICO
Enterprises affiliate, attor-
neys for Craig A.’Tony’
Gomez have moved to pre-

SEE page 5B



Tourism subsidies,
tax increase ‘revisit’
urged by ex-minister

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

The Government has
been urged by a former ©
finance minister to focus
on short-term tourism
industry subsidies and
“revisit” the Budget tax
increases as a way to stim-
ulate the Bahamian econo-
my as fears of a US ‘dou-
ble dip’ recession rise.

Agreeing with commen-
tators who were starting to
shift the Bahamas’ eco-
nomic recovery back to
2012, as opposed to 2011,
James Smith, former min-
ister of state for finance,
told Tribune Business that
with the US recovery
uncertain, this nation
needed to focus on what it
should be doing. ;

“It’s time to revisit some
of the policies and see
which way we can stimu-
late demand for travel,”
Mr Smith said. “We have
to focus on reviving the
tourism industry in the
short-term.”

He praised the Ministry
of Tourism for doing a
“credible job” with its joint
private sector ‘Companion
Fly Free’ initiative, which
produced some “immedi-
ate effects.... on the back
of a simple proposition of
lowering costs and making
the Bahamas a more

SEE page 7B

arguing ‘critical’ to city’s competitiveness

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

Freeport businesses could
face ‘double taxation’ if the
Government does not extend
the business licence and real
property tax exemptions cur-
rently due to expire in 2015, a
leading attorney has warned,
arguing that they are critical
to the city’s economic and
investment competitiveness.

Fred Smith QC, attorney
and-partner at Callenders &
Co, told Tribune Business
that without the continuation
of those incentives, Freeport
would become “a worse place
to invest”. He added that
uncertainty on the issue was
already impacting
business/investor decisions, as
they were based on future
expectations.

It would be “an opportune
time”, Mr Smith said, for the
Ingraham administration to
signal that “by this stage they
would be prepared to extend

the real property tax exemp-

tion and the business licence
tax exemption from 2015 to
2054, so that Freeport at least
could have that kind of pro-
motional feather in its cap to
say not only to foreigners, but
Bahamians, that there are
advantages to investing in
Freeport.

“Not only are there cus-
toms duty exemptions, but
exemptions from real proper-
ty taxes and business licence
taxes”.

Describing their continua-
tion as “extremely critical”,
Mr Smith said: “Freeporters
already pay service charges,
which are tantamount to a
real property tax, and busi-

' ness licence fees to the Port
Authority that are tanta--

mount to business licence fees
paid elsewhere in the
Bahamas. :
“If the Government does
not signal its intentions to
continue these exemptions in
the future, you will find in
2015 that Freeport will be a
worse place to invest that any-
where else in the Bahamas,
as it will not only be made
subject to service charges and
Port Authority licence taxes,
but subject to government

real property taxes and busi- ,

ness licence taxes.
“Freeport, in effect, will be
double taxed if the incentives

are not extended. That will
act as a discouragement, not
incentive, to invest, particu-
larly Bahamian investors.”
The exemptions are cur-
rently due to expire on
August 4, 2015, and Mr Smith
paid tribute to the work
already done by Carey
Leonard, the Grand Bahama

SEE page 4B

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responsible tor errors and/or. omission,
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national debt, in particular

its 29 per cent foreign cur- and increased burden from

rency component, “are :

going to send worrisome non-performing

signals to international corporations cuaranteed

companies about the sus- :

tainability of the Bahamian by government:

economy”, a former * : :

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By plunging
right into this
work, the
astute Mr
Ingraham can
soon redeem
any respect he
has lost from
the paralysis

He can recover
from the
charge of
“abdication of
responsibili-
ty”, which he
must do if he
has any hopes
of his party
prevailing in
the next gener-
al election.

HIS AMBIVALENCE IS HARD TO UNDERSTAND: Prime Minister’
Hubert Ingraham.



shown to date.



he Baha Mar
resolution that
the Prime Min-
ister plans to
introduce in the House of
Assembly this Wednesday
will be the most bizarre par-
liamentary exercise seen in
many a year — a blatantly
political manoevere designed
to embarrass the PLP, which
may backfire on Mr Ingraham
and the party he leads. House
members will simply be asked
to record their opinion on a
non-binding ‘resolution’ — still
vague and undefined — about
accepting several thousand
Chinese workers.
Ordinarily one would
expect the head of govern-
ment, with a majority of elect-
ed representatives four-
square behind him, to take a
firm stand on an issue of
unique national importance,
argue for it eloquently, and
ram it through to a success-
ful vote over whatever the
minority might wish.
The example in England is
the ‘three-line whip’ used in

the House of Commons for.

crucial votes;:which.compels
every party.member to toe
the official line whatever his
personal convictions may be,
on pain of being expelled
from the party.

In America, we have the
example of President Obama,
revered by every Bahamian
politician, with his Senate and
House leaders battling against
bitter Republican opposition,
finally succeeding with the
narrowest possible margin.

Mr Ingraham does not
seem to have the appetite for

_that kind of fight.

Consider his posture. At
great length he has made pub-
licly clear that he has little,
perhaps zero, enthusiasm for
the present Baha Mar project,

the largest investment ever
proposed for The Bahamas

or the entire Caribbean.

He does not kill it, but he
does not back it.

He refuses to negotiate
with the Izmirlian owners or
their executives to draft
acceptable Heads of Agree-
ment. He rejects overtures
from unions and employer
groups.

He even snubs the sover-
eign Government of China by
failing to negotiate with them,
after being formally told of
their support. Like Pontius
Pilate, he has washed his
hands of the issue.

‘His ambivalence is indeed
hard to understand.

Perhaps it sticks in his
throat that Baha Mar was
originally conceived under the
PLP regime, not his own.

Perhaps, as some suspicious
souls claim, he has a private
deal with Sol Kerzner not to
authorise a competitor to
Atlantis.

tuesday |

;
VANS

IMPRESSION: The original rendering of what the Baha Mar development would look like.

yy NO URGan Sean



Perhaps he has genuine
doubts about the commercial
viability of so many new hotel
rooms, or the eco-environ-
mental impact of so vast a
project. If so, he should air
them to the public. -

Instead, in the guise of act-
ing ‘democratically’, he agrees
to present a narrow resolu-
tion to the House — the sole
issue being whether to
approve the entry of 4,920
Chinese labourers - and states
that he will move no further
unless the resolution is gen-
erally acceptable, like a half-
baked referendum.

Decided by a unanimous
vote? A two-thirds majority?
A simple majority?

That has not yet been
made clear.

But he does make clear that
he wants to put the burden
on the PLP, with its 17 votes
to the FNM’s 24. He figures
that if they, or a majority of
them, vote ‘no’, he is off the
hook, and need do nothing
further. Who knows, he may
even quietly encourage some
of his own party to abstain to
ensure a negative vote.

Risk
But he is taking a huge
political risk. He is in effect

turning over to Perry Christie
and the PLP — his bitter ene-

‘mies — the power to deter-

mine an issue of national sig-
nificance. If, as seems highly
probable, the PLP votes
resoundingly in favor of the
resolution, Mr Ingraham will
have handed. them a potent
public relations weapon. Mr
Christie will be entitled to

‘ boast:' “WE approved Baha

Mar while Mr Ingraham did
nothing but dither”, and the
electorate will listen.
Although some nay-sayers
will always be heard, it’s pret-
ty clear that the bulk of the
Bahamian public will support
Mr Christie’s position, as long
as-he insists on provisos to
the bare-bones resolution
approving the Chinese immi-
gration. He should demand
conditions specifying a guar-
anteed ratio of Bahamian
workers, limiting the time the
Chinese will be here, and
requiring the Chinese gov-

THE TRIBUNE



overnment needs more

resolution over Baha Mar



ernment to provide their food,
lodging, health care and usu-
al amenities.

With those conditions
adopted, any objections to the
project will seem frivolous. In
the face of our serious unem-
ployment level, the economic
advantages will be over-
whelming.

* Certainly the construction
workers take that view, and a
major union recently
endorsed it. Concerns about
hotel over-capacity amid the
current US and European

- recession must be put in per-

spective.

No major tourism project
in the entire world is based
on the market demand of
today or tomorrow, but
always looks three or four
years ahead, when recovery
is forecast. ©

And we can be sure that
China will propel part of its
increasingly affluent popula-
tion in our direction. The Sco-
tiabank loan presents a tech-
nical obstacle, but has a much
better chance of being repaid
if the project proceeds.

So let us assume the reso-
lution will be handily
approved. Since its exact
wording has not yet been dis-
closed, even to Parliamentar-
ians, we do not know whether
it will compel the Prime Min-
ister to start serious negotia-
tions, or simply give him the
option to move ahead if he so
chooses. In any event, being
an adroit politician and seeing
the way the wind is blowing,
he will most likely take the
reins and push forward, in
order to seize the initiative
back from the PLP.

Among other positive steps,
he could immediately agree
to fund, jointly with Baha
Mar, the training program
proposed by the Bahamian
Contractors Association, so
that when the Chinese start
pouring in a year from now,
many more Bahamian work-
ers will be better qualified for
senior jobs. :

Whatever the PLP does to
support the project in princi-
ple, it is only the Prime Min-
ister and his Cabinet col-
leagues from the majority par-
ty who can adopt the Heads
of Agreement and execute all
the necessary approvals and .
permits needed to make Baha
Mar a reality.

They have full authority to
negotiate and enforce a plan
that will be in the best inter-
ests of the nation.

By plunging right into this
work, the astute Mr Ingraham
can soon redeem any respect
he has lost from the paralysis
shown to date. He can recov-
er from the charge of ‘“abdi-
cation of responsibility”,
which he must do if he has
any hopes of his party pre-
vailing in the next general
election.



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Freeport’s ‘double
taxation’ concern

FROM page 1B

Port Authority’s former in-
house counsel, in raising the
issue at recent Rotary meet-
ings.

Encouraging the Govern-
ment, Grand Bahama Cham-
ber of Commerce and the
Port A: thority to “pursue this
initiati e”, Mr Smith added:
“Investors look to the future
for theirreturns.

“It’s 2010, and 2015 is just
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Wells’ group targets
second Bacardi site

FROM page 1B

: duce biodiesel for export to
:? the Latin American and
: Caribbean regions, targeting
|? nations such as Brazil. Only a

: relatively small proportion of
: the produced biodiesel would
: remain for use in the
? Bahamas.

The existing jetty/dock and

: “massive” storage tanks
? would give any biodiesel pro-
: duction company a huge
: head-start in establishing
: operations, and the source
: said: “The deal with Bacardi
? was structured in two phases.
? One was to buy the plant, and
: the other was to buy the Bac-
:? ardi loading facility at Clifton
: Pier.

“Bacardi wants to divest of

: their interests in the Bahamas,
: and this is just the second
: phase. They want to go into
: partnership with another
? company to utilise those tanks
? to manufacture biodiesel.”

When contacted by Tri-

: bune Business about the latest
: negotiations, Mr Wells told
: this newspaper: “I don’t want
? to comment, no. I can’ tell
: you anything.”

It is thought that Mr Wells

: and his fellow investors have
: signed a confidentiality clause,
: something fairly standard in
? commercial mergers and
: acquisitions, which prevents

them from discussing details
surrounding the latest negoti-
ations with Bacardi.

However, one source con-
firmed: “When they [Mr
Wells and his group] entered
the deal with Bacardi, they
also got an option to purchase
Clifton Pier.”

It is unclear whether Mr
Wells and his team will suc-
cessfully conclude the pur-
chase of Bacardi’s second
New Providence property, but
the source confirmed that
they had held talks on the
biodiesel possibilities with
potential joint venture part-
ners.

Another Tribune Business
contact with knowledge of the
situation suggested that a US
company was the likely joint
venture partner for Mr Well-
s’s group, although they
declined to name them.

Sale

“The Bacardi property out
at Clifton Pier is for sale.
There are two sets of tanks
and a jetty.

“A US group is interested
in using it for biodiesel pro-
duction and the Bahamian
group, led by Tennyson Wells,
is bidding for it,” the source
said.

If the plans come to
fruition, Clifton Pier would

be the site of the Bahamas’
third biodiesel production
facility, following behind the
Island School at Cape
Eleuthera and Bahamas
Waste.

Mr Wells previously told
Tribune Business in July that
he and his group were set to
invest a further $1 million in
extra equipment at the for-
mer main Bacardi plant to
meet demand. for its bottled
water product, adding that ein

extra 200-300 persons couild.

be employed there in two-
three years’ time if plans for
juice production and a com-
mercial bakery came to
fruition. The firm, which pro-
duces the ECH20 distilled
water, was planning to devel-
op juice drink productis with-
in the next six to 12 ronths,
with the formation of a com-
mercial bakery at the former
Bacardi site "probably 18
months to two year's away".
Plans also inc:lude the
development of a 65-lot sub-

‘division at the back of the

property on the waterfront of
southern New F’rovidence,
and the rental of somé
300,000 square ‘feet in ware-
house and offic:e space - the
largest storage facility on the

island - to other companies
arid outside clients.

Mr Wells said Source River
Holdings already had the
tanks, pumps, compressors
and blending equipment in
place for juice production,
and was now focused on
product development, wanti-.
ng to product something that
was "distinct" and healthy,
targeting markets such as
schoolchildren.

"The mission for the com-
pany is to provide bread and
water for the country," Mr
Wells told Tribune Business.
"[ have earmarked one of the
60,000 square foot [ware-
house] facilities for that [the
bakery].

*"There will be a 65-lot sub-
division at the back of it, on
the waterfront. We have a
tremendous amount of ware-
house space and office space
for rental. We have already
rented some of it - probably
about altogether 30-40,000
square feet.-We have about
300,000 square feet to rent.

"It is the biggest storage
facility on the island, ware-
house and office space.

“The rentals are moving
slowly, though, because the
economy is just down."

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The Bahamas Electricity Corporation

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Executive Offices ~ Blue Hill & Tucker Roads
Nassau, Bahamas

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CLICO liquidator fights $1.45m lien

FROM page 1B

vent Brennan Financial from
collecting on a $1.445 million
judgment entered against the
development.

The liquidator and his US
attorneys are likely to have
moved because if Brennan
Financial enforced its judg-
ment lien over Wellington
Preserve, any payout would
further reduce the recovery
pool available to CLICO
(Bahamas) policyholders and
creditors, who have now been
waiting more than 18 months
for a resolution to their plight.

Brennan Financial obtained
its judgment on January 27,
2010, entering this into the
public records the following
day.

Given that the judgment
was handed down within 90
days of Mr Gomez placing
Wellington Preserve into
Chapter 11 bankruptcy pro-
tection; in a bid to safeguard
CLICO (Bahamas) main
asset from its creditors, the
liquidator’s attorneys are
arguing that it is tantamount
to Brennan Financial getting a
preference - payment in full of
its claim, rather than being
made to stand in line with
other creditors and receiving
a percentage of every $1.

- Therefore, Mr Gomez and
his attorneys are asking the
US Bankruptcy Court for the
southern district of Florida to
determine that Brennan
Financial’s judgment lien is
avoidable under Chapter 11
laws, and therefore can be
cancelled.

The complaint, which was
filed on September 2, 2010,



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also sheds further light on the
actions of CLICO (Bahamas)
ultimate controlling mind,
Trinidadian
Duprey, who headed the
Bahamian insurer’s parent,
CL Financial.

Brennan, at the request of
Mr Duprey and his Dalco
Properties entity, was alleged
to have negotiated the pur-
chase of property that formed
the 545-acre Wellington Pre-
serve in 2004.

But, prior to closing the
deal, Mr Duprey formed
Wellington Preserve and took
title to the acquired real estate
in that company’s name, thus
allegedly denying Brennan
Financial its sales commission.

As a result, it sued Mr
Duprey and Dalco Properties
to recover the unpaid sales
commission in the Broward
County 17th Judicial Circuit
Court.

The matter was settled, ‘but
the deal saw Dalco and Mr
Duprey “released from
responsibility in the action”,
with Wellington Preserve (by
extension, CLICO (Bahamas)

and CLICO Enterprises) sub-

stituted as the entity obliged
to pay Brennan Financial
what was owed.

“Wellington made the first
two payments of the settle-
ment pursuant to the terms
of a confidential settlement
agreement, but its parent
company, CLICO Enterpris-
es, was unable to fund the
third, due to its insolvency
and that of its affiliate, CLI-
CO (Bahamas),” Mr Gomez’s
lawsuit alleged.

_ “Wellington owes total
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Wellington was insolvent in
that the total value of its
assets in less than the amount
of its debts.

“The judgment lien would

enable Brennan to receive
more than it would have
received had it not recorded
its judgment, and Wellington
filed for relief under Chapter
7 of the bankruptcy code; ie,
payment in full rather than
Brennan’s pro rata dividend
as an unsecured creditor.”

Buyer

Tribune Business previous-
ly reported that Mr Gomez
wanted more time to com-
plete Wellington Preserve's
sale to a new buyer, the
potential deal with initial
front runner, the Hines
Group, having fallen through.

In his August 10, 2010, fil-
ing with the US courts, Mr
Gomez and his attorneys said
they placed Wellington Pre-
serve in Chapter 11 bank-

ruptcy protection after the
Hines Group deal collapsed,
as CLICO (Bahamas) main
asset - as previously revealed
by Tribune Business - needed
to be protected from a $1.5
million judgment entered
against it and numerous other
creditors, who include the US
Internal Revenue Service
(IRS).

Pleading for more time to
reorganise Wellington Pre-
serve's affairs via a 90-day
extension, Mr Gomez argued
that the US court would be
justified in granting this
because the upscale real
estate development's multi-
million dollar worth was far
greater than the judgment and
other creditors' claims against
it.

Mr Gomez, who is both
president and director of
Wellington Preserve Corpo-
ration, said in his court filing:
"The property is presently
encumbered by outstanding
and unpaid real estate taxes; a

judgment for approximately

$1.5 million, a certified copy
of which was recorded during
the preference period; and
minor mechanic's liens claims
totalling less than $50,000.

"In this very unusual case,
there is'no mortgage.

“The entire parcel, before

some lots were subdivided

and sold, was purchased for
$55 million in 2004.

“The estimated 'as built’.

sellout for the lots was over
$120 million.
“As is, even in the economy

‘of today, the property is

worth tens of millions of dol-
lars - enormously in excess of
the encumberances." __

This underpinned the
extension rationale, and Mr
Gomez said: "While negotia-
tions are proceeding well with
a potential purchaser, which
represents that it has raised
substantial funding for a down
payment, as well as its carry-
ing, operational and improve-
ment costs, the prospective
purchaser still needs to obtain
financing in place for the bal-

ance of the purchase price."
Given this development,
Mr Gomez said he "does not
wish to see the property
forced to auction at a rela-
tively ‘fire sale' price" by’ its
creditors, as this would reduce
considerably any sums he is
ultimately able to recover for
CLICO (Bahamas) Bahamian
creditors and policyholders.

_A ‘fire sale' of Wellington

Preserve would leave them
even worse off, almost 18
months. after the insurer was

- placed into liquidation.

In his filing. with the US
courts, Mr Gomez said some
$73 million passed from CLI-
CO (Bahamas) into Welling-
ton Preserve via CLICO
Enterprises, the Bahamian-
domiciled entity that was 100
per cent owned by the for-
mer.

These funds were loaned to
the Florida-based real estate
development, "over and
above some $10 million of
capitalisation".

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FROM page 1B

Bahamas almost-$4 billion
national debt, and persistent
fiscal deficits, James Smith,
former minister of state for
finance in the 2002-2007
Christie administration, said
he was becoming increas-
ingly concerned about the
poor financial performance
of public corporations whose
debt the Government had
guaranteed.

The worsening financial
situation at the likes of the
Bahamas Electricity Corpo-
ration (BEC), Bahamasair
and the Water & Sewerage
Corporation meant there
was an increasing likelihood
that lenders might call in
their credit advances, thus
leaving the Government
exposed via an increased

debt burden, given these -

entities’ inability to pay.
And Mr Smith said that a

national debt to gross

domestic product (GDP)



JAMES SMITH

per cents - a range it had
been increasingly accus-
tomed to. —

“The debt has risen rather
rapidly, and despite efforts
to turn it around, it’s not
going to be easy with high
unemployment and rev-
enues under pressure,” Mr

Smith told Tribune Busi- ©

ness.
“Continued deficits, and
the foreign component of
that, are going to send a
worrisome signal to interna-

ratio now approaching the
60 per cent range should “be
very worrisome” for a
nation that, as recently as
_two years ago, was in the 30

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IN THE SUPREME COURT
Common Law & Equity Side
IN THE MATTER of the Quieting Titles Act
‘AND.
IN THE MATTER of the Petition of Mizpah Lorranna.
Pratt

AND

IN THE MATTER OF all that piece parcel or plot of land
containing 6,475 square feet more or less and situate on the
Southern side of Village Alley approximately 150 feet South
of Poinciana Drive and 92 feet West of Baillou Hill Road .
and bounded on the North by the said Village Alley and
running thereon 61.70 feet on The South by land said to be
ownedby one Huylerpartlyby personsunknownand partly By
one Moss and running thereon 115.47 feet On the South by
land said to be the property of one Maxwell and running
thereon 48.86 Feet and on the West by land said to be the
Property of Robert Jennings and running Thereon 115.47 feet
withsuch positions marks shapes boundaries and dimensions
as are delineated on a plan prepared by Daniel F. Wilkinson
and is thereon coloured PINK.

COPIES of the said Plan tay be inspected during
Normal Office hours at the following places:-

(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court
In the City of Nassau on the Island of
New Providence

Collie & Collie Law Chambers

K. S. Darling Building

Dowdeswell Street & School Lane

in the City of Nassau on the Island of New
Providence, The Bahamas

(b)

NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
Dower or a right. to Dower or any Adverse Claim
or a Claim not. recognized. in the Petition shall on
or before the 20th October 2010 day of 2010 file in
the Supreme: Court in- the City of Nassau aforesaid
and serve on the Petitioner a Statement of 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 Claim on or before the day of
20th October 2010 will operate as a bar to such claim.

Mizpah Loranna Pratt
Petitioner

tional companies about the
sustainability of the Bahami-
an economy.”

The Bahamas’ total for-
eign currency debt stood at
almost 29 per cent of the
‘total $3.957 billion national
debt as at the end of the
2010 second quarter, having
reached $1.147 billion. Just
over $700 million of the lat-
ter sum was owed by the
Government, and $446 mil-
lion by the public corpora-
tions.

Former banker Al Jarrett
told Tribune Business on
Friday that the national debt
now stood at around $4.1
billion, the end-June 2010
number having been boost-
ed by a $150 million gov-
ernment-registered stock
issue.

And with his estimation
of GDP at around $6.7 bil-
lion, Mr Jarrett’s. numbers
suggested the Bahamas’

debt-to-GDP ratio was now :

61.1 per cent.

Mr Smith said foreign cur-
rency debt, especially that
held by overseas lenders,
was “more difficult to
reschedule” in comparison
to Bahamian dollar-denom-

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“I would imagine that GDP is now about
$6.8 billion, and the national debt-to-GDP
ratio is approaching 60 per cent.”

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much.of the latter is held by
government-controlled enti-
ties, such as the National
Insurance Board (NIB),
debt rollovers and resched-
uling is much sablet to
achieve.

The former finance minis-
ter said Bahamians also
needed to “look behind the
numbers” associated with
the national debt, and
analyse the performance of
corporations that lay behind
the debt central government
had guaranteed.

“Because the guarantees
are placed on the likes of
BEC and Bahamasair, and
because the performance
has not been very robust
over the past few years,

having to carry that debt.
_“T find that a little worri-

some, because the quasi-.

governmental corporations
have actually been perform-
ing worse over the last sev-
eral years. There’re not get-
ting any better, and that has
serious implications for our

debt carrying capacity.”

Government guarantees
account for some $564.465
million of the Bahamas’
total national debt, of which
the lion’s share is the
$210.008 million owed by
BEC.

Mr Smith said this corpo-
ration, which used to be

:: profitable, was “now in dire

financial strait§ and some-



thing we have to watch
closely”.

Of the $4 billion national
debt threshold, which may
well have been breached by
now, the former minister
added: “That $4 billion has
taken on added significance
in the sense that GDP prior
to the recession was about
$7.3-$7.4 billion. That has

‘ been reduced by at least 7

per cent.

“Consequently, there is $4
billion debt on a smaller
GDP denominator, so the
GDP/debt ratio is reaching
worrisome proportions for
a small island developing
state.

“T would imagine that
GDP is now about $6.8 bil-
lion, and the national debt-
to-GDP ratio is approach-
ing 60 per cent. That, for a
country. that was in the mid-
30s only two years ago,
should be very worrisome.”

there is a danger of those
being called in,” Mr Smith
told Tribune Business. “The
Government is in danger of

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* COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS
IN THE SUPREME COURT
FAMILY DIVISION

2008
FAM/DIV665

BETWEEN
_ LEON MICHAEL DORSETT
Petitioner
AND

CLETA ALICIA P. DORSETT nee ROBERTS
Respondent
AND

STANLEY A. FORBES
Co - Respondent
TO: Stanley A. Forbes
Unknown

TAKE NOTICE that an Application has been made in The
Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas in
Family. Division Action No. 665 of 2008 by Leon Michael
Dorsett, the Petitioner, TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that leave of
the Court has been granted on the 23" day of June A.D.,
2009, to serve Notice of these proceedings on you by virtue of
this advertisement and you the Co-Respondent have a
Twenty-eight (28) days period from the date of the publication
of this advertisement. You may enter an appearance at the
Registry of the Supreme Court, Ansbacher Building, East
Street, Nassau, The Bahamas. Should you not do so, the
Court may make such Order as it deems fit without further
reference to you.

Dated this 29" day of June, A.D., 2010

HANNA & CO.
Chambers
3â„¢ Floor, Columbus House
East & Shirley Streets
Nassau, The Bahamas

Attorneys for the Petitioner



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ae
Government gets involved on Baha Mar’s $200m loan

FROM page 1B

indicated its readiness to
meet, a response from the
bank was still awaited.

Robert Sands, Baha Mar’s
senior vice-president of exter-
nal and government affairs,
declined to comment on these
developments when contacted
by Tribune Business yester-
day, although he confirmed
the developer’s willingness to
meet with Scotiabank.

Mr Sands said: “We are
committed to making Baha
Mar a reality for the
Bahamas. We are committed
to meet with Scotiabank to
achieve a successful resolu-
tion. We are willing to work

While Barry Malcolm, Sco-
tiabank (Bahamas) managing
director, could not be reached

for comment, sources close to ‘

the bank confirmed it had met
with the Government over
the Baha Mar loan issue. °
However, they said the
Government gave no indica-
tion that any course of action
or decision had been taken in
respect to the Baha Mar situ-
ation, and were unaware of
any effort by the administra-
tion to bring all sides together.
A $35 million gap is sepa-
rating Baha Mar and Scotia-

_bank*from resolving the for-

mer’s $200 million loan, a
‘debt-for-equity’ swap was
being actively discussed by

informed that Baha Mar and
its principals, the Lyford Cay-
based Izmirlian family, and
Scotiabank had come to an
agreement on the sum the
Cable Beach hotel
owner/operator owed to the
Bahamian bank and its syn-
dicate, the only major differ-
ence now being the amount
of cash the latter wanted to
receive.

Upfront

Sources familiar with the
talks, who requested
anonymity, told Tribune Busi-
ness that Baha Mar/the Izmir-

lians had offered to pay $75.

million in cash to Scotiabank

both parties.

with all parties.” This

newspaper

rae as an upfront, part-payment

Tourism subsidies, tax increase
‘revisit’ urged by ex-minister



FROM page 1B

attractive destination”.

Such an effort, Mr Smith said, needed to .

be “continued, even if it means continuing
the subsidies like Tourism has done so far”.

The former finance minister also urged
the Government to review and minimise
the impact of the 2010-2011 Budget tax
increases, arguing that these were “not hav-
ing the intended effect”.

“They’re cramping small industries, and
you may have to revisit that if the revenue
performance is not as expected,” Mr Smith
told Tribune Business.

“Increased taxes will not help you to
reduce the deficit and bring the national
debt under control because the economy is
not growing, and you are not getting the
employment numbers you need to expand
the tax base.”

Acknowledging that the tax increases
were a move in the right direction, as the
Government seeks to control the rising
national debt and expanded deficits, the for-
mer minister still suggeSted that the Ingra-

ham administration may have gone “too .

swiftly” as the recession was not yet over. °
. \

occur in the following areas;

2, West Hill Street
~ 3, Delancy Street
4, Virginia Street

6. Duke Street .





WSC

PUBLIC NOTICE

_ IMPROVEMENT WATER MAIN WORKS
CORRIDOR 11A -BLUE HILL ROAD IMPROVEMENT WORKS

The Water and Sewerage Corporation in conjunction with Jose Cartellone

Construction Ltd., will be undertaking improvement works on Blue Hill
Road between Dillet Street and West Hill Street beginning Tuesday,

September 7, 2010 and continuing until Tuesday, September 14, 2040,

As a result of these works, periodic water supply interruptions will

1. East Hill Street between East Street and Blue Hill Road

5, Augusta Street between Meeting Street and Virginia Avenue

The Corporation apologizes to its valued customers for any inconvenience
caused and wishes to remind the public that these works are being
undertaken in an effort to improve the level of service.

Kindly refer al queries on this matter to the Corporation’s Call Centre at
_ telephone 302-5642, 325-0505 or 302-5599,

Explaining that tax increases worked sim-
ilar to price increases, in that there was not
a one-to-one correlation with revenue vol-
ume, Mr Smith said the increased tax burden
on the private sector would be “problemat-
ic” if the US economy went into a ‘double
dip’ recession or failed to recover.

“It goes to the core of our competitive-
ness,” Mr Smith told Tribune Business.
“We've simply lost a lot of ground because
of'the cost of doing business in the
Bahamas.”

He added that while the Bahamas was
increasingly a services economy, this sector
was largely untaxed, and the Government
was not “optimising” its revenue intake with
a tax structure focused exclusively on goods.

The current tax system was also regressive
in nature, Mr Smith argued, and “punishes
small businesses” by forcing them to “tie-up
a lot of money” to pay for imports and relat-
ed duties before even selling one product.

“Before you sell an item, you use up 30-40
per cent of your cash flow, and to make that
up you charge higher margins. It cannot be
ignored. You have to make it [the tax sys-
tem] more sensitive to movements in the
economy, and less dependent on imports.”







of the loan, with the remain-
ing debt - around $130 mil-
lion - to be converted into an
equity stake that the bank
would hold in the Cable
Beach redévelopment.

However, Scotiabank was
said to be seeking a greater
upfront cash payment worth
$110 million, sources told Tri-
bune Business, putting the
two sides some $35 million
apart.

Scotiabank wants a greater

portion of the debt, estimated .

to be around $205 million,

paid in cash, due to the fact.

that as a conservative lender it
will have to write down the
value of the equity stake
(loan) on its balance sheet,
and is taking a gamble that
Baha Mar and its Chinese

‘partners will be able to deliv-

er the $2.6 billion project and
profitable returns on it.
Further impetus is likely to
come if both political parties
agree in Parliament the reso-

lution on the number of work -

permits being sought by Baha
Mar’s Chinese partners, Chi-

na State Construction and the
China Export-Import Bank.

One source said: “It seems
as if the two political parties
have kissed and made up. If
they approve the deal in Par-
liament, it’s going to put enor-
mous pressure on Izmirlian
and the Bank of Nova Scotia
to reach agreement.

“The bottom line is that

‘they’re. going to have to agree,

and the politicians are going

.to put them in a corner by

approving this transaction.
They will have to agree to
something.”

The Government has never
fully articulated its concerns
about the Baha Mar project,
but they appear to include
doubts about the financial
wherewithal of Baha Mar and
its principals, the Lyford Cay-
based Izmirlian family, to
finance what they say they are
going to do; concerns about
the amount of land this pro-
ject will incorporate; and fears
that the Bahamas might be
left with a ‘white elephant’ at
Cable Beach if the develop-
ment fails to produce the pro-
jected returns.

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that LOREDANA de LAMA BOBOLI.
of CABLE BEACH, P.O. BOX N-9225, NASSAU,
BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality

and Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as’ a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason why
registration/naturalization should not be granted, should send a
written and signed statement of. the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 5‘ day of September, 2010 to the Minister responsible
for nationality and Citizenship, P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.

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SECURITIES COMMISSION OF THE BAHAMAS

The Securities Commission of The Bahamas, a statutory agency responsible for the oversight,
supervision and regulation of the Investment Funds, Securities and Capital Markets in or from
The Bahamas, as well as the supervision of Financial and Corporate Service Providers, invites
applications from qualified Bahamians for the following position:

Registry Officer

‘Through the implementation of record. and information management best practices a Registry
Officer is responsible for maintaining the Commission's Registry {the physical filing system that
houses licensee and registrant information) and managing that information as a resource.

Additionally,

the Registry Officer will have. ongoing responsibility of maintaining the

Commission's Resource Centre, which comprises electronic _ subscriptions and technical
reference books and other material.

Duties of a Registry Officer include keeping abreast of industry standards and best practices
regarding record and information management and integrating such aligned standards and
practices into the Commission's regulatory and business needs; within the parameters of the
relevant governing legislation. The Officer will be responsible for understanding the monitoring,
regulatory and business roles of the Commission and its various Departments, and ensuring
that information within the Commission's Registry and Resource Cenire is retrievable, authentic
and accurate. This will be achieved by setting procedures, practices and policies, as well as by
communicating and executing those practices consistently.

Responsibilities: ‘

Maintain, evaluate and improve the tracking system to monitor the movement of
registrant and licensee physical records and files — the existing filing system;
Contribute to the identification and documentation of procedures, policies and practices

that promote information governance, reliability and integrity:

Play a key role in ensuring standards that protect records and information from

unauthorized access, loss, destruction and corruption are upheld on a consistent basis;

Integraie the Commission's record retention requirements as outlined in the legislation it
administers, as well as other relevant legislation such as data protection laws, into

policies and procedures.

incorporate the Financial and Corporate Service Providers files (and any other new

classes of licensees and registrants) into the registry system;

Contribute to the development of a proposal to digitize the regty tecords of the

Commission:

Prepare monthly reports regarding the Registry’s activities;

~ Maintain an up-to-date Registry and Filing Procedural Manual:
- Maintain oversight of the Resource Centre and report on activities;
Contribute to the development of a policies and procedures fo guide the operation of the

Resource Centre; and

Develop and maintain a Resource Centre procedural manual

Key Skills:

Excellent organizational skills
Problem solving skills and the ability to think proactively;

Excellent team player

Strang oral and written communication skills;
A high degree of familiarity with computers and peripheral equipment related to the job

function

Proficiency in Microsoft Office Products

Qualifications and Experience:

A Bachelor's degree or professional certification in Records Management is preferred, or 2-3
years of records management experience with exposure to electronic document storage and

retrieval systems.

A competitive salary and venefits are being offered. Interested persons should submit
applications in writing marked “Private and Confidential" to:

MANAGER ~ HUMAN RESOURCES

SECURITIES COMMISSION OF THE BAHAMAS

P.O. BOX N-8347
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
Fax: 356-7530

E-Mail: info@scb.qov.bs

Applications should be submitted no later than September 10, 2010

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buildings and rips new fault -

CHRISTCHURCH,
New Zealand

THE powerful 7.1-magnitude
earthquake that smashed build-
ings, cracked roads and twisted
rail lines around a New
Zealand city also ripped a new
11-foot- (3.5 meter-) wide fault
in the earth's surface, officials
said Sunday, according to Asso-
ciated Press. :

At least 500 buildings, includ-
ing 90 properties in downtown
Christchurch, have been desig-
nated as destroyed in the quake
that struck at 4:35 a.m. Saturday
(1635 GMT Friday) near the
South Island city of 400,000
people. But most other build-

ings sustained only minor dam-

age.

Only two serious injuries
were reported as the quake
shattered glass and chimneys
and walls of older buildings
crumbled to the ground. The

prime minister said it was a mir-

acle no one was killed.

Power was cut across the
region, roads were blocked by
debris, and gas and water sup-
plies were disrupted,
Christchurch Mayor Bob Park-

‘er said. He warned continuing
aftershocks could cause mason-
ry to fall from damaged build-
ings, as could gale force winds
due to buffet the region Sun-
day. ;

Canterbury University geol-
ogy professor Mark Quigley
said what "looks to us that it
could be a new fault" had
ripped across the earth and
pushed some surface areas up
about three feet (a meter). The
quake was caused by the ongo-
ing collision between the Pacif-
ic and Australian tectonic
plates, he said.

"One side of the earth has
lurched to the right ... up to 11
feet (3.5 meters) and in some
places been thrust up," Quigley
told National Radio.

"The long linear fracture on
the earth's surface does things

like break apart houses, break .

At least '500 buildings destroyed |

apart roads. We went and saw
two houses tha: were com-
pletely snapped in half by the
earthquake," he said. +
Roger Bates, whose dairy
farm at Darfield was close to
the quake's epicenter, said the
new. fault line had ripped up
the surface across his land.
"The whole dairy farm is like
the sea now, with real (soil)
waves right across the dairy
farm. We don't have physical
holes (but) where the fault goes
through it's been raised a meter
or meter and a half (3 to 5
feet)," he told National Radio.
"Trouble ‘is, I've lost two
meters (6 feet) of land off my
boundary," he added..

Codes

Experts said the low number
of injuries in the powerful
quake reflects the country's
strict building codes.

"New Zealand has very good
building codes ... (that) mean
the buildings are strong com-
pared with, say, Haiti," which
suffered widespread damage in
a magnitude-7.0 quake this
year, earth sciences professor
Martha Savage told The Asso-
ciated Press. ~

"It's about the same size
(quake) as Haiti, but the dam-

‘age is so much less. Though

chimneys and some older
facades came down, the struc-
tures are well built," said Sav-
age, a professor at the School of
Geography, Environment and
Earth Sciences at Victoria Uni-
versity in the capital, Welling-
ton.

"Thank God for earthquake
strengthening 10 years ago,"
Anglican Dean of Christchurch,
Rev. Peter Beck, told TV One
News on Sunday.

Euan Smith, professor of
Geophysics at Victoria Univer-
sity, said the fact that there

"were no fatalities ... it's quite
remarkable."

Experts were speculating the
very soft soils of Christchurch
had “acted like a shock
absorber over a short period ...
doing less damage to smaller
buildings. They will dissipate
earthquake energy if they're

. thick enough," he told The AP.

Christchurch fire service
spokesman Mike Bowden said
a number of people had been
trapped in buildings by fallen
chimneys and_ blocked
entrances, but there were no
reports of people pinned under
rubble. Rescue teams with snif-
fer dogs were continuing t
check premises. ;

State geological agency GNS
Science reported more than 40
aftershocks in the 24 hours fol-
lowing the quake, ranging in
strength from magnitude 3.7 to
5.4

A state of emergency was
declared and army troops were
on standby to assist after the
quake, which was centered 19
miles (30 kilometers) west of
Christchurch, according to GNS
Science. No tsunami alert was
issued.

Prime Minister John Key,
who flew to Christchurch to
inspect the damage, said it was
"an absolute miracle" that no
one had died.

He warned it could be
months before the full extent
of the damage was known, but
said initial assessments sug-
gested it could cost at least 2
billion New Zealand dollars
($1.4 billion) to repair.

"There is a major rebuild job
here in Christchurch ... and peo-
ple are terrified at what took
place," he said Sunday.

Civil Defense officials lifted a
curfew on the central city area
Sunday morning, while police
commander Superintendent
Dave Cliff said only two arrests
had been made overnight for

Twelve are killed in

assault on Baghdad
military headquarters

BAGHDAD

- SUICIDE bombers struck a Baghdad
military headquarters on Sunday and killed
12 people, two weeks after an attack on
the same site pointed to the failure of Iraqi
forces to plug even the most obvious holes
in their security, according to Associated
Press.

USS. troops at the military compound to
train Iraqi forces helped repel the attack,
marking the first time American forces
have been involved in an exchange of gun-
fire in Baghdad since the US. officially
ended combat operations in Iraq less than
a week ago.

In the brazen midday assault, suicide
bombers set off a car bomb and managed to
fight their way inside the building before
being killed.

On Aug. 17, an al-Qaida-linked suicide
bomber blew himself up at the same east
Baghdad military headquarters and killed
61 army recruits in the deadliest act of vio-
lence in Baghdad in months.

Injured

Iraqi military spokesman Maj. Gen. Qas-
sim al-Moussawi said in a statement that 12
people were killed in Sunday's attack and
36 were injured. Five Iraqi soldiers were
among the dead.

An explosives-laden car charged the
building and blew up. Then gunmen
assaulted the headquarters, battling the
building's guards in a 15-minute fitefight,
according to police officials who said at
least three militants were wearing explo-
sives belts.

The bombers were headed to the build-
ing's entrance on foot but were shot by the
guards before they could trigger their
devices. One was wounded and has been
taken into custody.

All officials spoke on condition of
anonymity because they were not autho-
rized to speak to the media.

The Americans provided covering fire
while Iraqi soldiers pursued the attackers
who had entered the compound, said Lt.
Col Eric Bloom, a U.S. military spokesman.
The U.S. intervention also included heli-

‘copters and drones; he said. The Ameri-



can troops were based in the compound to
train Iraqi forces.

He said it was the first exchange of gun-
fire involving American troops in Bagh-

dad since the Aug. 31 deadline for ending

formal combat operations. No American
troops were injured, and he said the Amer-
ican gunfire lasted a few minutes.
Sunday's attack was an embarrassment
for the officials in the capital, where secu-
rity has been high in past days as insur-
gents intensify their strikes on Iraqi police
and soldiers to mark the change.in the U.S.
mission.

Checkpoints

The building attacked on Sunday is the
headquarters for the Iraqi Army's 11th
Division and an army recruitment center. In
mid-August attack, al-Qaida boasted that

its operative easily passed through check-.

points before detonating his explosives belt
in a crowd of officers and recruits outside
the building.

The Iraqi security forces are now solely

responsible for protecting the country after ©

President Barack Obama declared an end
to U.S. combat operations on Wednesday.
Many, however, doubt that Iraq's police
and army are a match for the well-armed
insurgency determined to bring down the
Shiite-led government.

Last week Prime Minister Nouri al-Mali- .

ki put his nation on its highest level of alert
for terror attacks, warning of plots to sow
fear and chaos in the country. He said
insurgents would try to exploit widespread
frustration with years of frequent power
outages and problems with other public
services by staging riots and attacks on gov-
ernment offices.

U.S. and Iraqi officials have long wor-
ried that political instability would lead
to widespread violence in Iraq, and the
lack of a power-sharing agreement among
the competing leaders has only increased
fears.

Six months after an inconclusive elec-
tion in March, Iraq still has no new gov-
ernment. Al-Maliki, a Shiite, is struggling to
keep his job after his political coalition
came in a close second to a Sunni-domi-
nated alliance at the March 7 vote.

ew Zealand quake smashes .

breaching the security cordon
set up to prevent people being
injured by falling masonry.

"Some parts of the city are
very dangerous" because of
unsafe buildings he said, and a
cordon would remain in place
as gale force winds hit the
region during the day.

Up to 90 extra police officers
had flown in to Christchurch to

help, and troops were likely to >

join the recovery effort on
Monday, Parker said.

About 250 people had taken
refuge overnight Sunday. in
accommodation centers at
schools in suburban areas to
house people forced out of their
damaged homes, civil defense
spokesman Murray Sinclair
said.

Minister of Civil Defense
John Carter said there was:"a
lot ot damage to our key infra-
structure ... water, waste water
systems."

Injuries

Christchurch Hospital said it
had treated two men with seri-
ous injuries and a number of
people with minor injuries.

One man was hit by a falling
chimney and was in serious
condition, while a second was
badly cut by glass, hospital
spokeswoman Michele Hider
said.

Christchurch police report-
ed road damage in parts of the
city and cordoned off some
streets where rubble was strewn
about. Parked cars were
crushed by heaps of fallen
bricks, and roads buckled.

Civil defense agency
spokesman David Millar said
at least six bridges had: been
badly damaged and the historic
Empire hotel in the port town
of Lyttelton was "very unsta-
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were damaged.

People in the city's low-lying
eastern suburbs were told to be
ready to evacuate after power,
gas, sewage and water systems
were cut by the quake, Police
Inspector Mike Coleman said.

Kiwirail rail transport group
spokesman Kevin Ramshaw
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had been halted, with some
damage confirmed to lines
north of Christchurch.

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PAGE 10B, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2010

ON THE GULF
OF MEXICO

INVESTIGATORS
looking into what went
wrong in the Gulf of Mex-
ico oil spill are a step clos-
er to answers now that a
key piece of evidence is
secure aboard a boat,
according to Associated
Press.

Engineers took 29 hours
to lift the 50-foot (15.24-
meter), 300-ton blowout
preventer from a mile (1.6
kilometer) beneath the sea,
and the five-story-high
device looked largely intact
Saturday night with black
stains on the yellow metal.

FBI agents were among
the 137 people aboard the
Helix Q4000 vessel, taking
photos and video of the
device. They will escort it
back to a NASA facility in
Louisiana for analysis.

The AP-was thé only
news outlet with a print
reporter and photograph-
er on board the ship.

Device

The blowout preventer
was placed into a metal
contraption specifically
designed to hold. the mas-
sive device at 9:16 p.m.
CDT Saturday (0216 GMT
Sunday). As it was maneu-
vered into place, crew
members were silent and
water dripped .off..the
device.

‘Crews had been delayed
raising the device after ice-
like crystals — called
hydrates — formed on it.
The device couldn't be
safely lifted from the water
until the hydrates melted
because the hydrates are
combustible, said Darin
Hilton, the captain of the
Helix Q4000.

Hydrates form when gas-
es such as methane mix
with water under high pres-
sure and: cold tempera-
tures. The crystals caused
BP PLC problems in May,
when hydrates formed on a
100-ton, four-story dome
the company tried to place
over the leak to contain it.

Blowout preventor lifted

‘from beneath the sea



As a large hatch opened

“up on the Helix to allow

the blowout preventer to
pass through, several hun-
dred feet (meters) of light
sheen could be seen near
‘the boat, though crews
weren't exactly sure what
it was.

The April 20 explosion
aboard the Deepwater
Horizon killed 11 workers
and led to 206 million gal-
lons (780 million liters) of
oil spewing from BP PLC's
undersea well.

Investigators know the
explosion was triggered by
a bubble of methane gas

. that escaped from the well
~and shot up the drill col-

umn, expanding quickly as
it burst through several
seals and barriers before
igniting.

But they don't know
exactly how or why, the gas
escaped. And they don't
know why the blowout pre-
venter didn't seal the well
pipe at the sea bottom
after the eruption, as it was
supposed to. While the
device didn't close or
may have closed partially
— investigative hearings
have produced no clear
picture of why it didn't
plug the well.

Documents emerged
showing that,a part of the
device had a hydraulic
leak, which would have
reduced its effectiveness,
and that a passive "dead-
man" trigger had a low,
perhaps even dead, battery.

Steve Newman, presi-
dent of rig owner
Transocean, told lawmak-
ers following the disaster
that there was no evidence
the device itself failed and
suggested debris might
have been forced into it by
the surging gas.

There has also been tes-
timony that the blowout
preventer didn't undergo a
rigorous recertification
process in 2005 as required



by federal regulators.

Recertifying the five-sto-
ry device requires com-
pletely disassembling it out
of the water and can take
as long as three months to
complete.

Testimony from BP and

Transocean officials also
showed that repairs were
not always authorized by
the manufacturer,
Cameron International,
and that confusion about
the equipment delayed
attempts to close the well
in the days after the explo-
sion.

A Transocean official
has said he knew the
blowout.preventer was
functioning because he per-
sonally oversaw its main-
tenance, and he said the
device underwent tests to
ensure it was working. The
device, he said, had under-
gone a maintenance over-
haul in February as it was
being moved to the Deep-
water Horizon to be placed
over BP's well.

Test

Also, according to testi-
mony, a BP well site leader
performed a pressure test
April 9 on the blowout pre-
venter, and he said it
passed.

George Hirasaki, a Rice
University engineering
professor, said the blowout
preventer should have
sheared through the drill
pipe and shut off the, flow
of oil. There may have
been two sections of drill
pipe or a thicker section,

called the "collar," that the -

blowout preventer could
not shear through, he said.
He also said the device's
hardware was changed, but
the on-site drawings were
not updated to reflect the
changes. Investigators will
be looking for any other
discrepancies between the
device and its drawings.







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In short, Hirasaki said,
"The BOP failed to do its
function. It is important to
determine why so that it
does not occur again."

However, some have
cautioned that the blowout
preventer will not provide
clues to what caused the
gas bubble. And it is possi-
ble a thorough review may
not be able to show why it
didn't work.

That could leave investi-
gators to speculate on caus-
es using data, records and
testimony.

Lawyers will be watch-
ing closely, too, as hun-
dreds of lawsuits have been
filed over the oil spill.
Future liabilities faced by a
number of corporations
could be riding on what the
analysis of the blowout
preventer shows.

A temporary cap that
stopped oil from gushing
into the Gulf in mid-July
was removed Thursday. No
more oil was expected to
leak into the sea, but crews
were standing by with col-
lection vessels justin case.

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The government said a
new blowout preventer was
placed on the blown-out
well late Friday. Officials
wanted to replace the
failed blowout preventer
first to deal with any pres-
sure that is caused when a

_ relief well BP has been

drilling intersects. the
blown-out well.

Once that intersection
occurs sometime in Sep-
tember, BP is expected to
use mud and cement to
plug the blown-out well for
good from the bottom.

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_A JAPANESE journalist who was
abducted by apparent Taliban militants in
Afghanistan five months ago has been freed
by his captors, reports said Sunday, accord-
ing to Associated Press.

Kosuke Tsuneoka, a freelance journalist
and veteran of war zones, was released Sat-
urday night in good health and was at the
Japanese Embassy in Kabul, Kyodo News
agency cited government sources as saying.
Japan's Foreign Ministry and its embassy in
the Afghan capital declined to comment.

Tsuneoka's mother told Kyodo that her
41-year-old son had called home from the
embassy after being released in the Dasht-
e-Archi district of Kunduz province.

Tsuneoka's captors apparently decided
to release him because he is a fellow Mus-
lim, Kyodo said.

According to his personal website, Tsu-
neoka converted to the religion in 2000
while in Moscow.

Tsuneoka had been missing since April 1,
when he posted a message on Twitter saying
he had traveled to a Taliban-controlled area
in northern Afghanistan.

Friends later received word that he had
been kidnapped.

Hopes for his release grew over the week-
end after two new messages in English sud-
denly emerged on his Twitter account. He
assured his followers that he was alive and
in jail in Kunduz.

It was not clear how or why the messages
were sent.

This isn't the first time Tsuncoka has
been-abducted. He went missing in Georgia
in 2001 and was held for several months by
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Committee to Protect Journalists. He was
freed during a Georgian military operation.

Tsuneoka is the latest of more than half a
dozen foreign journalists kidnapped in
Afghanistan, including two French reporters
who were seized last December in Kapisa

_province just outside Kabul.

On Sunday, the French government said
it had received proof in the last 10 days
that the France-3 television reporters,
Stephane Taponier and Herve Ghesquicre,
are alive and in good health.

It said negotiations for their release were
interrupted during the Islamic holy month
of Ramadan, but were set to resume once it
ends in a few days.

A New York Times reporter, David
Rohde, escaped last year along with an
Afghan colleague seven months after being
kidnapped while interviewing Insurgents in
the eastern province of Logar.

The pair, along with their Afghan driver,
were held in numerous compounds in
Afghanistan and Pakistan while their cap-
tors dithered over a ransom.

Shortly after Rohde's escape, another
New York Times reporter, Stephen Far-
rell, and his Afghan translator were kid-
napped by Taliban -insurgents in Kunduz.
The British-Irish Farrell was rescued soon
after in a raid by British commandos in
which the translator and a British com-
mando were killed.

In October, 2008, Canadian Broadcast-
ing Corp. reporter Mellissa Fung was seized
ata refugee camp on the outskirts of Kab-
ul. She was released four weeks later after
being held in a pit, chained and blindfolded,
Around that time, Dutch journalist Joanie
de Rijke was held for a week after being
seized in the Surobi area east of Kabul.



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and reviewing the nature of
the backlog in our courts. She
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Delaney, who seems.keen on
really taking a stab at the
-problem.

During this same interview
with his new Director of Pub-
lic Prosecutions, Mr Delaney
said that it was. “unrealistic”
for persons to expect that with
the government addressing
the issue of the senior man-
agement of the Department
of Public Prosecutions, “all of
a sudden” they can solve
every issue.

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face did not just come about
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time. You are talking about
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took us many years to get to
this point. But we are putting
in place policies that will
remediate this as quickly as
possible with the resources
that are available. That is
what we are doing,” he said.

It is comforting to see that
Bahamians are giving Mrs
Graham-Allen a fair shot at
getting the job done.

On The Tribune’s website,
www.tribune242.com a blog-
ger identified as William
wrote: “All the best Mis Gra-
ham-Allen! What a task! ’'m
praying for you. We believe
you will do us well. Stay
focused and God’s blessings
always.”

Another contributor, aus-
piciously named ‘Been There’
said, “Stand your ground.
There are a lot of people who
wish to see you fail. It’s good
to finally see someone who is
not politically connected. Be
fair (and) seek God’s advice.
As the saying goes — don’t
mind the noise in the market,



but the price of the fish. Be
_ever mindful of the lawyers
that try to get around the sys-
tem. They are usually con-
nected and always trying to
get around the system. Good
luck. Trust only.God!”

Trust only God indeed.
From the reports emanating
out of the Attorney Gener-
al’s Office it appears that Mrs
Graham-Allen will have a
hard time finding out who to
trust and who to weed out of
that office.

We as Bahamians have a
duty to assist her in this task.
Failing to do so, for political
or personal reasons could
haunt us for decades to come.

I for one am excited to see
what changes could come
from this office.

But like most things, we
will all have to wait and see.
Until then, God’s speed Mrs
Graham- Allen, and good
luck.

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pturnquest@tribunemedia.net



ith an’ ever
mounting back-
log of cases in
both the Magis-
trate’s and
Supreme Courts, Bahamians are
becoming more and more frustrated
with what is quite honestly consid-
ered to be a broken legal system.

To the average man, it appears
that the criminals in this society
have more protection than the hon-
est amongst us.

As a social experiment I would
ask readers of this column to strike
up a conversation with their neigh-
bours, or the person standing/sit-
ting next to them on what is wrong
with our judicial system.

The answers I would venture will
come fast and furiously.

e Murder accused exploiting the
application of bail;

e Witnesses being intimidated or
murdered; ,

¢ A lack of competent, and in
some cases, honest attorneys;

° Not enough judges/magistrates;

¢ Not enough courts

¢ Corruption in the police and/or
the Attorney General’s office.

And the list goes on, and on, and
One.
It’s easy to describe the problems.
It’s a totally different matter to actu-
ally do something about them. This
brings us to our, new Director of
Public Prosecutions, Mrs Vinette
Graham-Allen.

To say that expectations for her
are high is an understatement. As
one of her colleagues said recently,
“It is unfortunate that people are
expecting this lady to perform mir-
acles.”

Miracles indeed.

The problems that affect the
Bahamas’ legal system are decades
in the making. Corruption and polit-
ical manipulation abound. The poor
and downtrodden are essentially
overlooked and the system works
only for those not with power and
wealth, but with the right influence

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2010



The Tribune

The stories behind the news

‘Taking a stab at our
broken legal system

To say that expectations
are high for Mrs Vinette
Graham-Allen, the new
director of Public
Prosecutions, is an
understatement.
INSIGHT repotts...

and “connections.”
Files can be lost, buried, or
destroyed in the right circumstances.
And if for some reason a case
cannot be blocked from actually

- making its way to the courts, a mul-

titude of delays and adjournments
arise to frustrate families without
the financial means to continue their
fight for justice. They, therefore,
turn away from a system that they
feel has turned its back,on them.

They find solace in a world of
pessimism, and look on at the judi-
ciary with disdain. A judiciary, that
in their eyes has failed them at their
most vulnerable hour. Murderers
walk away from the courts, taunting
grieving families as they pass, know-
ing full well that the system now
works more in their favour.

They are supplied with three
meals a day in prison, the right to
work, exercise, and even visits from
their relatives; while the families
that they have destroyed continue
to sit, and wait for justice.

In far too many cases, this justice
never comes.

So inevitably, like the relentless
fury of pounding waves, something
must give. And if a society cannot
get justice through the normal/legal
route, vigilante justice will become
the norm.

This point is driven home nearly
every single day of the week — you

’ only have to look for it. Go down to

the courts, pick up your newspa-
pers, or turn on your television sets

‘and you will see. “Crime” as we

commonly define it today is far
from random. Believe it or not, in
some cases, a primitive form of “jus-
tice” is being meted out on our
streets. The police know it, the press
knows it, and if we’d like to be hon-
est with ourselves, you know it as
well.

Under the right circumstances,
even the best of us could be pushed
to take matters into our own hands.

Once again, here enters the new
Director of Public Prosecutions,
Mrs Graham-Allen. To say that
expectations are high for her. is
again, an understatement.

But with only three weeks under



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her belt in the Bahamas thus far,
we must temper our “high expecta-
tions.” It has taken decades for our
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vants of the people of the Bahamas.



y

The system belongs to the people of
the Bahamas and they deserve the
best out of the system that they can
eet,” she said.

Currently Mrs Graham-Aflen is

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asking $5,000 ONO,
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asking $7,000 ONO,
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BBF #938

2004 Honda Accord,

42,000 miles, AC, DVD player, clean in & out,
asking $10,300 OBO, also 2003 G35 coupe
custom front bumper, asking $600 OBO,
ph# 558-0184 / 392-1451

BBF #939 ;

2009 Honda Accord special edition,
clean title, call for price, 2002 Chevy Silverado,’
extended Cab, Flair side, serious inquires only,

ph# 376-8600 / 324-6356

~2007 Nissan titan,

4 door, AC, power everything, backup camera,
asking $18,900 OBO, also 2005 Honda Civic,
full power, automatic transmission, cdld AC,
asking $9,000 OBO,
ph# 327-1888 / 454-1245

2002 BUICK CENTURY
Brown, 4 door, AC, CD player and tape player,
asking $5,200 ONO, Also 2004 Pontiac grand
Am, Silver 4 door, AC, CD player, asking
$5,800 ONO,
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1996 HONDA ACCORD, .
AC, good condition, alarm, asking $10,000,

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2002 IMPALA,
CD player, AC, 20” rims, V6, Alarm system,
power windows and locks, Asking 5,500.00
‘ Call #454-9150/ 356-4796

BBF #965
2008 NISSAN SENTRA
just in from US, brand new head lights, low
mileage, full tank of gas, good condition, asking
$17,000 ONO, -
ph# 422-0277/525-6268

BBF #967
2003 CHEVY CAVILER,
just-in from USA, like new, AC, CD, low miles,
New tires, Crystal lights, NO down payment for
al government and Atlantis employees ,
asking 4,000or nearest offer
> #432-1301

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2002 FORD EXPEDITION
Includes: 22" Chrome Rims. Cold AC, Leather
int. Alarm. Pioneer CD/MP3 (I pod ready)
Player. Power windows and doors.tinted.3rd
row seating, Licensed until May 2011, Asking
' 7,900 Call. #328-5729

BBF #969 a
‘2007 G35 INFINITY COUPE,
black ext, black leather int, automatic, factory
rims, excellent condition, asking 18,000, series
inquiries only #4284985
leave msg, _



2004 CHRYSLER 300M,
leather seats, sunroof, standard or automatic
shift, AC, 6 Disc changer, just in from US, just
serviced, asking $6,500 ONO,
ph# 448-7490 /
434-3194

RIB #950-J
1999 CHEVY MALIBU
not running and hot sure why for 800.00 call
325-0881 for more details

BBF #972
1998 KIA SPORTAGE,
white & Gold, cold, A/C, CD player asking
$4,800, Also 2005 Dodge Magnum, silver exte-
rior, Cold A/C, CD Player, asking $15,000 both
clean just in from MIAMI, ph# 429-5559

BBF #973
: 2001 HONDA ACCORD
Black, cold A/C, CD Player, asking $7,000, Also
2003 Chevy Cavalier, Cold A/C, CD Player,
asking $5,800 Both just in from MIAMI,
ph# 429-5559

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HONDA ACCORD,
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2005 HONDA ACCORD FOR SALE.

Air condition, power windows, sun roof, low
mileage, good condition. Owner leaving the is-
land. Asking $13,500 ONO.

# 557-2781 -

BBF #977
2007 F-150, CHARCOAL GREY,
V-6, CLEAN TITLE, 23,000 miles, ice cold, AC,
satellite radio, 20” rims,
asking $23,000 ONO must sell,
ph# 565-9950/427-2125

BBF #978 ’
2007 GRAND CHEROKEE,
excellent condition, must See to appreciate,
Bank financing assistance available, asking
$21,500 ONO,
ph# 426-4565

IBBF #979 v
2004 HONDA CIVIC,
Low miles, cold A/C, clean in and out, barely
driven, just like new, ph# 429 9328 / 392-2345

2001 HONDA CIVIC
2 door, CD, AG, Leather, sun-_roof,;good condi-
tion, Asking 6,500 OnO
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2003 HONDA ACCORD,

V6, 22” rims cherry red, tan leather,.sun roof,
HID lights, AC, Asking 10,500
#436-5395,

361-1823

BBF #984 = .
2000 NISSAN SENTRA,
cool AC, power windows, alarm, pioneer CD
player, 18” chrome rims, clean int, wheel bar,
asking 4,500 #449-7867

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AC, power windows, CD player, original paint
job, asking 2,400, #364-8732, 426-9981,
Ask for Kenny

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clean title, 1 owner, 4.0,
Asking 18,000 ono, #432-1674, 376-2545



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LAC, power windows, clean title, asking 12,000,
~#565-0647, 328-0585







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Burgundy/ Tan interior, 22’ rims, fully loaded,
asking $11,000 -
ph# 467-0622 / 361-3421

BBF #991
2000 GS430 GREEN,

Tan interior, Fully Loaded, $7,000 ONO, 2000
GS300 White, tan interior, work needed asking
$4,800 ONO
ph# 395-3295 / 556-0059

BBF #992
1999 HONDA ACCORD,
clean interior & exterior, runs very well, tinted,
cd player, cold ac, very good buy! no reason-
able offer refused. Only asking $4700.0ONO
ph#455;1140

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Just in from Japan,
~ 1998 Nissan Sunny RHD, License until Jan,
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“393-3366

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rims, fully loaded, asking $16,500 ONO
phi# 328-0585 / 565-0647

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rims, $5,000 without rims-$4,300 must sell,
leaving for school,
ph# 454-2196 / 467-0981 /
431-2984

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BBF #997
2007 ES350 LEXUS,
Silver exterior, grey leather interior, 22” rims,
sound system, Clean title, low miles, asking
$35,000 ONO serious inquires only, Owner
leaving island
ph# 565-9317

2003 GMC SIERRA,
dark grey exterior, tan leather interior, 22”
chrome rims and steps, customize head lights,
four door X’Cab, flow master, AC and CD
player, Bank loan on hand, car fax value
$16,000, asking $12,000, ph#393-5649

BBF 985

2006 HONDA PILOT,
grey, excellent condition, asking 22,000,
day #302-9866 eve #364-3620

RIB #977
2000 MERCEDES ML
Green exterior with tan interior
Very clean, low miles, runs like new, clean title,
nice ride .Price to sell. $23,500.00 ono
Call 557-5484 or 552-3329

RIB #002
2001 CHEVY CAVALIER
White exterior, black interior, 4 cyl, a/c.
$3,300 O.N.O
Call: 465-7460

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2005 TOYOTA COROLLA
White exterior, grey interior, $7,000 O.N.O,
clean title, ice cold a/c, cd player, fuel efficient.
$7,000.00 ono
Phone: 341-3303, 357-8845 or 376-9032

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2000 NISSAN ALTIMA
Green exterior with beige
interior, $3,000.00 ono Price for quick sale ~~
Fully loaded, CD player, AC, excellent condition
Cell 445-5704

RIB #025
2000 TOYOTA ALTEZA
White exterior with black interior,
$9,000.00 :
_ Very clean
Call 324-3817 cell 424-2434

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2010, PAGE 5

TRIB #041 _

RIB #034

2006 NISSAN ALTIMA
Black exterior with grey/leather interior
_* “Asking $25,000.00 ono
Serious enquiries only
"Call 424-3454

2003 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior with beige interior
$8,500.00 ono
Good condition, CD.

Call 429-2354 or 468-6152

2004 GMC ENVOY XL
Burgundy exterior with grey interior, fully
loaded, working AC, in good running condition.
$16,000.00 If sold with brand new 24in progile
rims and tires it would be $19,000
Owner leaving island.
Call 392-5353/434-8264/434-8264

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. 2003 CHEVY TAHOE

White exterior with grey interior. $9,000.00 ono
22 inch rims C, CD player, 4 brand now tires..

Call 466-9102

2005 CHEVY CAVALIER
51,000 miles, power windows, auto.
$6500.00
Call 676-3194 or 423-8792





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= ARRAN,

2001 HONDA ACCORD

White exterior with grey interior. Great running
condition, like new, 4 cylinder engine, cold Ac,

sound system, power windows and locks
. Asking $6,500.0
Call 395-1878 or 477-3206

RIB #046 :
2005 FORD TAURUS
White exterior with brown interior
$7,000.00 ono
Runs great, AC, CD, 53k miles, just in from
USA. Clean inside and out, like new

20” rims and sound system. $550.00 for sound

system 700 for rims
. Call 449-6254/364-0639

RIB #047
1996 HONDA ACCORD

Maroone exterior with grey interior, AC, clean in

and out, runs very well. No reasonable offer.
$3,300.00 ono
Serious inquiries only. automatic.
Cell 426-3878

RIB #048
1997 FORD EPEDITION
Maroone exterior with cream interior.”
$6,000.00
AC, power windows, clean record.
Licensed untill Feb 2011 runs well.
Cell 429-7452

RIB #049 |



1995 MAZDA

Black exterior with black interior, 4 door, AC,.
Need radiator. $1300.00

Call 454-5108 or 432-9177





RIB #050
1999 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
Gold exterior with tan interior.
$7,000.00
55k miles clean title, AC, CD AM/FM Radio,
keyless entry, power locks & windows, regularly
serviced, air bags.
Call 325-5335 or 376-7555

2001 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
Navy blue exterior with light grey/leather
interior. $8,000.00
Clean, fully loaded. Just in from USA
Make offer
Call 535-5668

1999 MAZDA MILLENIA
Champagne gold exterior with cream interior
: $6,000.00
Leather interior, CD, cold AC.
Just in from USA. Make offer, must sell Excell-
cent condition.
Call 535-5668

2000 NISSAN
Purple exterior. $1800.00
Call 376-5741

RIB #060

2003 HONDA ACCORD
Blue’ exterior with grey interior.
, $9,500.00
leather seats, remote CD player, factory rims,
69K miles,
_ Call 376-6299

RIB #061
2000 MITSUBISHI MIRAGE
Grey exterior with grey interior, AC, alarm, CD,
P.W, P.L. As is. $3,500.00
Call 422-2255.

2002 BUICK LESABRE -

White exterior , blue/leather interior; custom
leather; AC, CD player, power windows, alarm,
mahogany wood all through, 20” rims
fully laoded. Asking $8,000.00 ono
Call 323-1305 or 544-0523,425-1790
Ask for Daniel

2000 CHEROKEE LARADO
Burgundy exterior with leather interior
$5,500.00.ono
In good condition, CD player, AC.
Passenger & back glass broken
Call 328-4379 or 428-5617

RIB #097 :
2001 NISSAN ALTIMA ya
Blue exterior with*gray $5,700.00 ono Facto
rims, sunroof, power everything leather seats.
Excellent condition Must see!! Also 2002 dodge
caravan $6,800.00 ono i
Call 467-4446 cell 326-4037 or
426-8468

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RIB #067 :
2001 CHEVY TAHOE
White exterior, beige interior. Fifteen thousand
five hundred ono. Mint condition, custom,
rims(22”) sound system. Vehicle must sell. «
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RIB #069
2005 AUDI A4 CONVERTIBLE
Red exterior black interior
$25,000.00
Call.397-5050 .

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RIB #069A
2006 MERCEDES E350
Black exterior with black interior
$45,000.00
Call 397-5050

RIB #06! ;
2002; MERCEDES SL500 CONVERTIBLE
White exterior with black interior
$45,000.00
Call 397-5050

2002 NISSAN SENTRA SE-R
Green exterior, spec v, 6 speed, manual
low miles and the price is. $7,000.00 ono
Power doors and locks, power windows, ‘AC
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Grey exterior with black and grey interior
In good running condition. Clean interior. Sell-
ing to. pay. school fees!..$3,500.
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1999 SILVERADO .
Asking 9000. Serious enquires
call 552-9651

RIB #078
_ _ 1996 PONTIAC GRAND AM
Black exterior with beige interior,
3.1 litre engine, dual exhaut. Power everyting,
AC. Call 325-5060

RIB #082
2000 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior with tan interior. $3800.00 ono
Fully loaded, new paint jpb, power everything,
leather interior, sunroof, AC.
Also White 2001 HONDA CIVIC RHD
Asking $4500.00 ono
Phone: 455-7434 or 425-6385

1999 TOYOTA WINDOM
Pearl white exterior, beige interior, Just in, fully
loaded with â„¢% Asking $5,900.

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2003 HONDA INSPIRE, black fully loaded,

asking $9,500. Call on other
vehicles. PHONE: 341-2096 OR 427-3505

1998 HONDA SABER

Silver exterior, black interior. Just in, fully
loaded with TV and leather seats. $7500
Also 2001 HONDA INSPIRE, black with TV
ar ~ $7,500 -
‘call on other vehicles:
Phone: 341-2096 ‘or 427-3505



2007 NISSAN MURANO
Silver exterior with black interior, low mileage
13520 w/22” rims.
$26,000.00
Power windows,-.CD, power set.
Call 341-1316 or 425-7517

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2003 HONDA CIVIC EX
Tan.exterior, power, sunroof, AC, CD player,
AM/FM radio
Price $7,000.00
Cantact 225-4157 or 468-6054 or
1242-470-3940

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

RIB #095
2008 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior with tan interior. $30,000 ono
white with white & chrome 22” rims, hid lights,
sound system, 18k miles, just serviced in
immaculate condition. Must see to appreciate.
Call 361-1310 cell 425-6384 or 445-6561



RIB
2001 GMC TRUCK GTEK19T811400655

Gold exterior. $14,000.00
Double; cab, excellent,condition.
- Gall-324-7157-cell 395-6259

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TRIB #059
1999 GMC 2
Black trim with silver. Fully loaded, one
owner.
$12,500.00
Call 393-6296 or 557-4194

RIB #099
1999 CHEVY MALIBU
Red exterior with grey interior.
$3,000.00
AC, 18 inch rims, CD player.
Call 323-7969 cell 552-1740

RIB #202
1997 HONDA ACCORD
Gold exterior with tan interior. Clean interior
and clean exterior, Ac, remote start, alarm,
automatic, 18: rims and tinted. $3,800.00
Serious persons only.
361-1059 cell 465-1477 or 456-2571

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2007 HONDA ACCORD
grey exterior with tan leather interior.
$16,000.00 ono
Fully loaded, v6 engine, headed seats, sunroof,
touch screen xm radio, low mileage, 6 CD
changer, wood grain. Seroius inquiries only.
Call 436-5379 cell 454-6303

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RIB #207

1995 TOYOTA EVOLUTION III

Grey exterior with grey interior

Asking $6,000.00 ono
sound system.17” rims with new tires,
new clutch
Clean in and out
Cell 525-0327



RIB #2 P
2006 DODGE DURANGO
Silver exterior with light grey interior
9,999.00 ono
One owner, excellent condition
Call 326-6368 cell 424-2555

TRIB #214

2004 NISSAN CEFIRO
Grey exterior with tan interior $11,000.00 Also
2001 NISSAN CEFIRO
White exterior tan interior
$6,500.00 .
Call 434-3004

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

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Contact Jermaine Adderley @ 376-8244
* Or home at 392-5553



1994 HONDA ACCORD
Dark green exterior with grey interior
$2000.00 ono. Must go! Owner leaving
the Island. :
Gall 323-6853 or 454-2058



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RIB #219
2002 ESCALADE
Grey with grey interior, clean title, 23” rims,
sound system, DVD leather interior, sunroof,
fully loaded. Asking $18,000.00 ono
25FT TIARA BOAT
. 250 yama sleep in cabin very rice, doing 50
knots. $15,000 with trailer 552-5111

1999 FORD EXPLORER
Red exterior with brown interior.
Stick, 20” chrome rims, AC, JVC CD player
Asking $3,500.00 ono
Call 324-2704 cell 425-3650 or 535-9318

RIB #224

1997 HONDA ACCORD
Sky blue exterior with grey interior.
$3,900.00 obo
Excellent condition, 2 years off the lot, AC very
cool, CD player included, running smooth.
Call 327-6339 or 454-1142 or 323-3072

RIB #934
: 2002 HONDA ACCORD,
Silver exterior with grey/leather interior
4 door, sunrof; CD player AC working,
good condition. $6,000.00 ono
Call 341-1896 or 454-6703

‘RIB #226
. 2006 SATURN VUE
. Sunburst orange exterior, beige leather seats,
$12,000.00 ono ~
58,000 miles, great condition, sunroof.
Serious inquiries only for quick sale.
Cell 636-5012

2008 YARIS TOYOTA
Blue exterior with blue interior. $15,800.00
Very good condition, only'11,000 miles.
Owner leaving Island.
Cell 361-7451 cell 454-1516

1998 JAPANESE HONDA ACCORD
White exterior with grey interior
$5,800.00 ono
Excellent condition, security alarm, recently
service. Owner leaving Island, low mileage.
Call 327-2134 cell 636-7754

HONDA ACCORD
Red exterior. $7,500.00
Call 361-0650 or 432-5136

2007 HONDA ACCORD
Black exterior, black leather interior,
sunroof, xm radio.15,000 miles.
$19,000.00 ono
Clean title. “Must sell.”
Phone 325-6306 or 636-0726

RIB #237
2003 MITSUBISHI GALANT
White exterior , Leather interior
$6,900.00
' Fully loaded. Excellent condition.
Just in from US.
Call 324-4416 or 395-1706

MERCEDES BENZ E320
Red exterior with tan and brown interior
$1000.00
Call 565-9515

RIB #240
1997 HONDA PRELUDE-
ASKING $4,000.00
Call or text. 35-4346

RIB #241
1999 MITSUBISHI GALANT
Black exterior with grey interior
$5,000.00 ;
Recently serviced, excellent condition, LadY
_ driven, low miles. Price negotiable
Call 362-6502 cell 375-3837 or 448-9139

362-6502, 378-3837 or 448-9139

RIB #366 .
: 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 #684

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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RIB #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 $4,300 O.N.O.
Tel: 432-5148, 544-9215 or 323-5196

RIB #718
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

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

1998 TOYOTA AVALON
Blue with tan interior, cold Ac, runs and shifts
perfect, RHD, expat owned, well taken care off
Motivated seiler, no reasonable offer refused.
3,500 ono
2001 DODGE RAM PICK UP
Reg cab, many extras, clean $10,500
: 376-9126

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





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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

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 concition.
Asking $7,200.00 onbo
Call 322-8306, 558-6841, 324-8766

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

RIB #920
2000 NISAN SENTRA
Blue exterior, grey interior, a/c, cd player, good
condition, 17" rims under 70,000 miles. Must
see. $3,500.00 O.N.O
Ph: 525-8436 or 466-5683

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

IB #756
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

RIB #900
2000 MITSUBISHI LANCER
$4,300.00 ono
CD, alarm, ac, right hand drive.
Call 356-4315 cell 421-4791

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

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RIB #921
2001 NISSAN MAXIMA
White exterior, tan interor, fully loaded like new,
s/r, a/c, cd, leather, spoiler $8,000 O.N.O
ALSO 1999 HONDA ACCORD, a/c, cd, tape,
sound system, $6,000. Phone: 364-3691 or
557-1205 ’

TRIB #928

2000 HONDA ACCORD EX
Black exterior with grey interior.
Just in from US. $6,000.0 ono
V6, leather seats, sunroof, factory CD player,
power everything, \:alo lights, 2 door, very
clean. Must see.
Call 341-2000 or 525-6553

RIB #930
2005 MERCEDES BENZ
Black exterior, light beig interior, low mileage.
PErfect condition, like new. Asking $35,000.
Call 424-0277

2006 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior with
tanleather/mahogany interior
trim, $19,000.00. Just in, fully
loaded, 4 cylinder, xm radio,
ice cold Ac, heater seats. Runs}
like a dream, sunroof with 22”
greeds. Must see,
clean title. 392-8462,552-5525)

2001 DODGE CARAVAN

Green exterior, cold AC,

“ef qutomatic start, new interior,
CD player.

$7,500.00 or best offer.

Call 326-0087 cell 557-8035

RIB #942
2007 CADILLAC CTS
Blue ext, tan int..Must see to appreciate,
fully loaded. $22,000.
Tel 376-3005.

RIB #950-C :
2000 HYUNDAI ACCENT
priced right for only 2,800.00 call 325-0881 for
more details

1999 CHEVY CAVALIER
priced right for only 2500.00 call 325-0881 for
more details

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1995 TOYOTA CORINA,
A/C, Tinits, alarm, great condition, asking
$3,000 ONO ph# 328-0018 (eve), 397-3715
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2003 SUZUKI BALENO
priced right for only 3500.00 call 325-0881 for
more details

RIB #967

2001 NISSAN MAXIMA
White exterior with chestnut brown/leather
interior
$5,800.00 ono
Runs, AC cold factory rims.
Great condition.
Call 395-5457 cell 544-8326 or 432-5247

RIB #968 ;
CAR FOR SALE
2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
2 Door Black Ext & Int. Sport GT Rims
Perfect condition low miles 30,000.00
.$7,200 ono
Telephone: 361-5177 &
361-5220 ext 239 or 241

RIB 1
BRAND NEW 2009 NISSAN X TRAIL
Pearl white exterior with grey interior
: $28,500.00 ono
_ Less than 50 miles. ;
3 year dealer warranty. License & inspection
through July 2011 ;
Call 362-0752 Cell 425-3461

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RIB # 968
18-24' BOAT TRAILER
heavy duty galvanized and double axle
$1,800,00
call 325-1517

2008 TOYOTA TACOMA
Black exterior, grey interior
$12,900.00
CD, AM/FM Radio, 5 speed, mint condition
chrome rims
Call 427-7095

Yamaha Golf Cars.

Gas and electric available. NEW 2 person cars
starting at $7,270. Choose your personal op-
tions and let us customize one for you today. 4,
6 and 8 neste models are also available.

all 393-0262

TRI #950-1

1998-04 NISSAN AD WAGONS
from 1800.00 and up call 325-0881

RIB # 968C
17' BOSTON WHALER
comes with a 50hp mercury tiller steering,
fuel
tank and trailer great work boat $3500.00
Call 325-1517

1974 FORMULA 23.3’,
; _ overhauled stringers,
transom, fuel tank, (100 gallons) and bulk-

heads, Bimini Top, 200hp, Yamaha outboard
engine comes with 24’, float on aluminum
trailer, new axels, new springs,
workboat for fishing, $15,000 ONO
429-5110

RIB #950G
2002 GEO TRACKER
priced right for only 2,800.00
call 325-0881

2002-3 FORD FOCUS'S
priced at 2500 each
call 325-0881 for more de-tails

RIB #976
2003 HONDA ACCORD
Blue exterior with tan/leather interior
2 door, stick shift, 4 cylinder, gas saver,
20” rims, very clean, runs great ,leather,
6 CD player, sunroof. price $8,500.00
cell 557-5484 or 552-3329

IBBF #898 .
. 25FT SEAFOX,
excellent condition, rewired, June 2010, 225.4
Siroke engine, fresh water wash, salt water
wash, live well, New lights, Porta Potty Garmin,
GPS, ph# 422-3150

RIB # 968A
21'ANSWER HULL ONLY
all the hard work has been done stringers,
transom etc. this would make a great dive boat
$1800.00 call 325-1517

RIB #998 °
1999 BUICK CENTURY
Silver exterior with grey interior, $3,000.00
Just serviced, AC runs very well, the drive front
fender just damaged. Owner has new fender
Call for info. 455-7909 or 428-4475

RIB #930
2005 MERCEDES BENZ E320
Black ext, light beige int. 1000 mileage.
Perfect condition, like new. Asking $35,000.
Call 424-0277.

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2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
priced right for only 3500.00 firm call 325-0881
for more details

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Brand new single engine
outboard bracket with platform .
was made for a 20' bertram but can be

| modified to fit your boat 1200.00 firm 376-5422

38' BERTRAM 6V71 DETROIT DIESELS,
ONAN GENNY, NOMEN. EXTRAS, MOST
NEW.
$140000.00 O.N.O. PH 325 2380 324

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RIB #004 .
32" FLYBRIDGE FISHING VESSEL,
No power but rigged for power, fishing gear
sold with vessel. Serious inquiries only.
Call 544-7805

RIB #031,
2006 SEADOO JETSKI AND TRAILER FOR
SALE

_ Blue and white. $5,500.00
‘Excellent condition. Hardly used
Call 325-7280 cell 455-2384

RIB #033 7

2000 FIART MARE

White on white. Fibre glass hull, 40” fiart
engines CX7 3126 420 HP
Serial #’s 65RO0786/65R00789
$50,000.00.
Serious enquiries only.

Call 424-3452

2007 SUZUKI GSXR,
run excellent, very nice bike, asking $5,500
#393-0482 #433-5663 :

RIB #995-E
NEW Yamaha BW 125cc Scooter.
Fully automatic transmission and easy to ride.
Long wheel base, suitable for 2 passengers.
. Under-seat storage and anti-theft key switch.
Electric and manual crank start, on special for
00 ‘

,200.00. 4
Own one today, 393-0262.






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41996 FOUNTAIN 25' CENTRE CONSOLE
with 225 hp Yamaha 4 stroke with very low

hours
Boat and engine in great condition

Trailer also available for sale.
call 424-6604

FOR SALE,

18 ft Boston Whaler with 85 hp Yamaha
Engine. About 30 hours on the engine, trailer
included. everything in working condition.

all 341-4269

42FT POST SPORTFISHERMAN
White. $55,000.00 obo
Twin 6-71 diesel, generator, Ac, fridge,
: sleeps 5
Call 364-1611 or 424-1176

RIB #092
PRE-OWNED 2008 YAMAHA WR250F
Dual Sport Motorcycle
Like Brand New ©
Sale Price $8,000.00
Phone: 393-0155/393-0673

RIB #215 .
PREOWNED UNITED MOTORS 2007 250CC |
V-TWIN CLASSIC W/BRAND NEW SADDLE

BAGS
PRICE $3,500.00 AS IS TELEPHONE:
393-0155/393-0673










FOR SALE 1998 DAKOTA 36’ CENTRE
CONSOLE SPORT FISHING BOAT
(2)#250 HP Suzuki 4 stroke engines with low
hours, fresh & salt water wash down, live well
garmim radar & GPs. Boat and engines in
immaculate condition.
Priced B$65,000. 427-9065

RIB #950A
12' MALIBU DINGHY

with a 15hp mercury great little dive boat only
$2500.00 call 394-7633 .

CHRIS CRAFT EXPRESS
White $10,000.00 obo twin Izuzi diesels Needs
TLC, No reasonable offer refused.
Call 364-1611 or 424-1176

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NEW Yamaha.YBR.125 Motorcycle.
New model and colors to choose from.
125cc, 4 Stroke engine. Excellent quality and

. DEPENDABILITY at a great price.
Cash Sale price reduced from $2,700.00. New
Cash price at $,2495.00!! Call us today at.
: 393-0262.

2008 HONDA 650 Ae & WHITE TRAIL .
BIKE
$5500.00 ONO Lots of chrome parts including
rims, forks, engine cover pegs, etc.
Call 525-2599 or 558-2305



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RIB #995-B

Own a boat, but having difficulties with getting it
pulled for repairs / emergencies? Give us a call,

both Aluminum and Galvanized. contact us at:



























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we stock float-on Trailers from 12ft to 40ft in






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1998 PAIR OF MERCURY OFFSHORE 300
ENGINES
With 390 hours, sportmaster lower units, dry
exhaust. Excellent running engines.
: $12,000.00 for pair
Call 424-4960F

40' BOAT TRAILER
by Loadmaster 12,000Ib capacity USA specs.
This is an aluminum float on priced for 6500.00
call 325-1517 make an offer

200HP PRE-MIX
YAMAHA

with very low hours

comes with harness

kit, shift cables and
stainless prop
4500.00 firm
call 364-6208

SVQ

NEW Yamaha Jog 100cc Scooter
4 stroke engine is very quiet and fuel efficient.
Inexpensive to operate and you won't get stuck
. in traffic.
Cash Sales Price was reduced to $2,300.00.
New Cash price is slashed to $2,095.00!!
393-0262.



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BBF #994 Low profile Tyres
Low profile tires for sale, NanKang, Kuhmo, Falken, Nexxen, Spectre,
$135
$135

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255-30-24

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HONDA GENERATOR $850.00 obo >

Rims, speakers, home receivers $200.00.

Laptop $250.00
Call 324-3180 cell 556-9271

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225-40-19
215-40-17
225-45-17
305-35-24.

22" ASHANTI STAGGERED RIMS
With tires $6,500.00.
Call 424-4960

GENERATORS

SUPER SILENT - PERKINS & CUMMINS- GENERATORS:
Automatic Transfer Switch, 100/200 gallon fuel tanks,

Deep Sea Controllers, Stamford Alternators, Weather Proof

10kw Diesel $ 6,078..00
15kw Diesel $ 6,683.00
20kw Diesel $ 7,820.00
24kw Diesel $ 7,989.00
30kw Diesel $ 8,354.00
40kw Diesel $ 9,318.00
20kw Diesel $11,175.00
30kw Diesel $12,046.00
40kw Diesel $13,250.00
80kw Diesel $18,876.00

U.K. Perkins 30kw
U.K. Perkins) 40kw
U.K. Perkins 90kw

Diesel $12,102.00
Diesel $12,445.00
Diesel $21,200.00

110KW TO 2000KW FACTORY DIRECT

RIB #200

‘8 INCH CONCRETE BLOCKS $1.60'.

Best prices in town. Samples available.
Call 361-3136 or 434-4517

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RIB #913
OAKLEY SHADES GASCON |
And oil rigs with fire lens. Many colors to
choose from. Just $60.00
Call 432-2428

Phone 427-3749

NEW SECURITY X10 ROLL.UP DOOR
Only $1,800.00
Call 362-6040

RIB #910
LAKERS NBA 2009 CHAMPIONSHIP RINGS
Also Chicago BUlls 1998 Championship rings
: just $25 a sports fan must have.
Phone: 432-2428

22 ICH RIMS FOR
SALE

ASKING
$2,000.00 ONO

“CallL 434-3586
cell 432-7390

or
325-5917

RIB #042
1998-2002 HONDA ACCORD
Black JDM headlights. $300.00
Call 361-0208 or 376-6231

Scie

enerator Sale.

It's Hurricane Season again and time to
prepare. NEW Yamaha generators as low as
$695.00! Our portable generators are great for
the unexpected power cuts, Models ranging
from 2600 Watts to 6600 Watts available.

393-0262 ,

RIB #005 ‘
Radiators starting at $170
Call 468-7821 or 394-0258

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CASIO G-SHOCK
Just $60.00
We have white, black, blue red, yellow.
Call 432-2428

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HIGH PROFOR-
MANCE
TIRES
Starting at $189.00
size
245/35/20
call for sizes.

Auto detailing
products 1 gallon,.
blue silicone tire
dressing and i gallon
degreaser combo.
$36.00

Call 326-8274
cell 426-3618

Used Cantilever Racks
4 double sided 15' tall with 24 arms. $3100.00
7 single sided 16' tall with 24 arms. $4400.00
Alex 323-0055/464-5862

GENERATOR SALE:
. NOW IN STOCK :
Kipor KDE6700 Diesel generator. This Genera-
tor comes electric start,
in a sound.enclosure, very quiet and reliable.,
Retailprice was 1,900.00
now reduced to $1,450.00! Cash sale price.
Call 393-0262

OUTDOOR RABBIT- CAGES
10ft long with 3 cages each
$120.00 each 10ft
Call 394-3863 or cell 477-7082

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06-07 Honda Accord 2 & 4dr Foglights $175.00
08-09 Honda Accord 2 & 4dr Foglights $450.00
Nissan Altima & Maxima Foflights $ 200.00
Impala, Honda & Nissan Air bags
CONTACT: 448-9643





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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.

BBF #795
5 HP Compaq 15” Laptop Special:

Win 7. CD/DVD, RW. 2GHz. 2GB RAM. 250HD.
WIFI. Card Reader. Facebook and Twitter
Ready. Anti-Virus; Fax Line. 1 Year Warranty.
Finance | LayAway from $499.99. Call
323.6315.

BBF #989
WIRELESS ROUTER, STATUS:
BRAND NEw,
Connectivity: 4 port Wired, Wireless Capability,
comes w/ CD's, Cable, power adapter, price
$75.00, Contact: (242) 552-2531

$499.99

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.
Call 323.6315.

BBF #916 )
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.



Acer 15” inch Laptop:

p
Win 7. CD/DVD RW. 2GHz. 3GB RAM. 160HD.

WIFI. Card Reader. Anti Virus. 1 Year War-
ranty. Finance | LayAway from $549.99. Call
323.6315.

HP MINI Laptop: 1GB RAM.
160HD. WIFI. Windows 7. Webcam. Card
Reader. Anti Virus Software. 1 Year Warranty
Finance | LayAway from $399.99.

Call 323.6315.

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HP Laptop Special:
Webcam; Win 7. CD/DVD Burner. 2GHz. 3GB
RAM. 320HD. WIFI. Card Reader. Facebook

and Twitter Ready. Anti Virus. 1 Year Warranty.

Finance | LayAway from $599.99.
: Call 323.6315.

$499.99

BBF #915
ACER EM 15” Laptop Special:

Win 7. CD/DVD RW. 2GHz. 3GB RAM. 250HD.

WIFI. Card Reader. Facebook and Twitter
Ready. Anti Virus. 1 Year Warranty. Finance |
LayAway from $499.99.

Call 323.6315.

RIB #729 :
: NEW TOSHIBA LAPTOPS
$479.00 250
GB Hard drive, 2GB RAM, Wi-Fi 15” monitor,
windows 7, 1 year warranty, free software; free
antivirus, free installation. Call 364-7854

MONDAY,




BBF #917
: Gateway Laptop Special:
Webcam; 3GB RAM; 250GB HD; CD/DVD
Burner; Windows 7; Anti Virus; 2.2 Ghz; WIFI;
1 Year Warranty. Price from $599.99.
Finance/LayAway. Call 323.6315.

8S369,99

BBF #918 .
Acer Mini Laptop Special:
1GB RAM. 160HD. WIFI. Windows 7. Webcam.
“ard Reader. Anti Virus Software. 1 Year War-
ranty. Finance | LayAway from $369.99.
Call 323.6315.

BBF #919
ACER EM MINI Laptop:
1GB RAM. 250HD. WIFI. Windows 7. Webcam.
Card Reader. Anti Virus Software. 1 Year War-
ranty. Finance | LayAway from $379.99. Call
- 323.6315.

BBF #920
IBM Lenovo Laptop: é
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.



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APPLE MACBOOK PRO
13" laptop w/ warranty
Intel Core Duo 2.53 GHz
500 GB Hard Drive
$1400.00
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Power Saver

BBF #102
Power Bill too high? Guaranteed Savings!!!
Save Up to 35% on Electricity Bill!!!
2 for 1 only $99.99 ph# 242-323-0664
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BBF #923
Apple Macbook Unibody Sale:
OS X Snow Leopard; iLife; 2 GB RAM; 250 GB
4D; Webcam; Bluetooth; WIFI; CD/DVD.
Bu oer. 1 Year Warranty. Finance/ LayAway
from $999.99.
Call 323.6315.

Computer Linksys Wireless G Router Reces-
sion Special: Includes router; Ethernet Cord;
adapter; 4 port switch; and Wireless G
(802.11g) Access Point & Push button technol-
- ogy. Warranty included. Price $79.99.

Call 323.6315.



BBF #921 i
HP COMPAQ COMPLETE DESKTOP
SPECIAL: 3GB RAM; 320 HD; CD/DVD RW;
USB Ports; Windows 7 + More; Anti-Virus;
Speakers included. Finance/LayAway from
$599.99. Call 323.6315.

RIB #006 ; ;
NEW LAPTOP CHARGES FOR SALE
Starting @40. Used laptios @350.00
Desktop @200 with windows 7 installed.
Call 361-2033 or 434-7704,392-4860
or 448-4236



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$19.99

BBF #913
Sandisk 4GB Memory Card Sale:
Fast transfer rate for copy/download/backup.
Low battery consumption. Perfect for cameras
+ digital recorders. Price at $19.99.
Call 323.6315.

$99.99

Hp Allin One Printer Special: PRINT,
SCAN, COPY & FAX. 1 Black & 1 Color Ink
cartridge included. Power Cord. Windows Ca-
pability. Borderless Photos. 1 Year Warranty.

' From $99.99. Call 323.6315;

FOR SALE- BRAND NEW
Pioneer car Cd player w/remote $150
‘Jvc 6.9" speakers $85
Coby 7" portable DVD player $140
LG cookie touchscreen cellphone $170
Call 525-6223 -

ton! $29.99

BBF #911
- Norton Antivirus Sale:

Industry leading protection against viruses, spy-
ware. Removes threats, causes no damage.
Scans constantly to stop future attacks. Price

$29.99. Call 323.6315.

N-FUSION NEW
PROGRAM
Solaris, Phoenix and
(older model Nova)
Also Sonic 360
Premier and elite
satellite recieve
available (new) now
watch adult chs and
ppv movies and

- events.
Phone: 426-1437
or 324-5467



HP 4GB Flash Drive Sale:

Store data, important files, videos, pictures and
take them with you. Works on any laptop or
desktop, just plug and play into any usb port.

Price $19.99. 1 Year warranty.
Call 323.6315

BBF #907
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. From
$99.99. Call 323.6315;

$49.99

BBF #928
MAGIC JACK VOIP TELEPHONE.
Use your computer and Internet service so you
can make calls to the US and Canada with no
monthly bill. 1 Year Warranty included. Price:
$49.99. Call 323-6315

Every Anime that’s out is in.
Highschool of the dead, Naruto, bleach,

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USED PS2,
Includes 2 controllers, & all wires , only $100.00
Ps3 and Ps2 giving you problems. Call me!
Games cds’ and memory cards

call
341-1650 or 535-6777

Apple Itunes Gift Card: .
Purchase virus free songs from ITUNES. $15
card for $20. $20 card for $25.

Call 323.6315

BBF #778
Computer Webcam + Microphone Sale:5.0
Mega Pixel. Built in microphone, flexible cam-
era. Compatible with Win XP/ Vista/ 7. Just
plug and play. 1 Year Warranty. Price $19.99.
Call #323.6315;

RIB #/317/963
BRAND NEW! CAR CD PLAYER
door speakers for sale. $45.00
Pioneer DEH/1200MP MP3/ready $150.00
Pioneer DEH/2250 USB/Ipod Mp3 ready
$175.00
JVC kd/210 mp3/ready $135.00
Kenwood kd c/138 $115.00

Call for more details. 376-3655 325-0815

PlayStation
Network Cards:
Purchase games,

. MapPacks,
BRS ELEC
$10 card for $15.

$20 card for $25.

BBF #914
Apple IPAD WiFi Sale: 16 GB Hard Drive;
1ghz processor. Save over 4000 songs or 16
hours of video. Bluetooth enabled. Over
lus more, 1 Year War-

140,000 applications
649.99. Call 323.6315.

ranty included..Price

demos, and more.

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BBF #909
Universal Laptop Chargers:
Charger compatible with most pc laptops. Fits
Dell, Acer, Toshiba, HP, Sony, Compaq, Fu-
jitsu, Asus, NEC ad more. 90W with multiple
connectors. Warranty included. Price $39.99.
Call 323.6315;

RIB #011
27" Tv's just $169.00, cheap blackberry
cell phones available.
directv recievers for just $379 with 2 months.
Wulff Road opposite Harding food Store
393-7943

XBOX 360,
S 2 Games
/—™ $299.99

BBF #927
XBOX 360 CONSOLE, WIRELESS CON-
TROLLER + 2 FREE GAMES |
Xbox 360 Console & Wireless Controller:
Xbox 360 Console, 2 Games, Xbox 360 wire-
less controller, Warranty Included. Limited
Quantities. Price $299.99. Call 323.6315

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BBF #926
XBOX Points Cards: XBOX Points Card:
1,600 points redeemable for content available
in the Xbox Live Marketplace. Update your
games with add-ons like songs,
maps, levels and characters.
Call 323.6315

NEW
Blackberry curve
8520w/WiFi $360
Nokia e63 w/WiFi

$270

LG cookie
touchscreen $170
Motoralla Razr pink
110

samsung B2100 wa-

terproof, indestructi-

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Call 525-6223





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T2000 Wi-Fl Dual Sim Touch Screen MP3 &
~ MP4

TV & FM Radio Camera & bluetooth, video.
Priced.. $270.00 More WiFi phones available.
Tel: 341-0460 or 552-9793 “

BRAND NEW
CELLPHONES

Moto Rokr

BlackB. Javelin.$450
BlackB. Bold....$420
LG KS360 $199

CALL FOR MORE
INFO -
_364-9001 or 558-3267

RIB #911
HUGH CLEARENCE SALE
On Gucci watches 75% off now just. $50.00
_ must go.
Call 432-2428

NEW G.E STACK
WASHER DRYER
Only $1150.00
Value $1600.00

Call 362-6040

COCATIELS FOR
SALE

Pet stores $80.00 andi

4 up. Your price $60.00
and down.

Call 364-7897

SCI-PHONES
Dual Sim Dual
Standby
FM Radio, Mp & Mp4
Support Max 4gb
memory
Games and other
functions. Priced...

150
Other dual sim
phones to choose
from.
Tel: 341-0460
or 552-9793

LACE WIG
SUMMER MADNESS SALE!!
10” $269.99, 12” $319.99, 14” $349.99
16” $379.99
Serious Persons only CONTACT: 328-6898
or designersensations @ hotmail.com

SODA VENDING
MACHINE FOR
_ SALE,
this machine is in
perfect condition,
has eight (8) selections
and it accepts coins &
dollars. So if you are in
the market to make
some extra money,
give us a call at
426-3149,426-8605.
$2,700-obo

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BUY MY PHONE!!
Sexy blalck |-Phone 3g
for sale .
Listen to music, Take
pictures, Surf the web
and lots more! You will
love it. Call 426-
6561or

322-5443 and give me

an offer.

HOLLYWOOD WHITE
Skin Whitening Line

MIRACLE GROW
Hair growth stimulator
No more embarrassing bald spot.

Serious Persons only CONTACT: 225-2856

TRIB #936
NEW STAINLESS
STEEL,
family fridge/ice
water in door.
Only $875.00.

Tel 362-6040

DINING ROOM SET 6
SEATER
Two bedroom set, one queen
size and the
other twin size. Make an
offer,
owner leaving town,
ph# 677-4965 / 677-4951 /
435-4517 :

RIB #210

RIB #040
PUPPIES FOR SALE
Blue/brindle pittbulls for sale. 6 weeks old.
Bully & dozer bloodline. has 1st shots.
Call 361-5225

REWARD FOR LOST DOG

Lost Shih-Tzu Poodle in the Golden Gates Area

opposite Shell

Gas Station, Blue Hill Road South.



Please contact Ridley Carroll
424.5801 or 424.6290

MONDAY,

SEPTEMBER 6, 2010, PAGE 15

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Brand New
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iPhones
with all accesories.
3g 8gb $550 3gs
$700

Call 341-5933, 434-
2325, 423-1096 or
454-1288. Iphone 4g
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AVAILABLE!!,

Call 341-5933,
434-2325,
| 454-1288, 423-1096

MAC Cosmetics
Eyeshadow palettes, lip glosses mascaras
and more.
Serious Persons only CONTACT: 225-2856

PANDORA Beads
in all colors and Designs

NEW FRIGIDAIRE
SIDE BY SIDE
Only $799.99

Call 362-6040

RIB #068 *
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MIX PUPPIES
_ Only $200.00 for adoption.
- Serious inquiries only. call 393-1207

BICHON PUPPIES FOR SALE
1st shot ;
Call 364-2710 evening
cell 424-8465 or 557-1336



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Tel: (242) 323 0800/1
sales @ RTBahamas.com
www.RTBahamas.com

Rentals

West Bay Sit: 1 Bed, 1 Bath
Apt. Semi Fun. Light & Water
incl. $950 p/m

Springfield Estates: 2 Bed, 2
Bath Semi Furnished Apt. Wa-
ter incl $850 p/m .

Pride Estates: 3 Bed, 2 Bath
Fully Furn. Enclosed Yard.
Tiled Driveway $1,300 p/m
Off West Bay: 2 Bed, 1 Bath
Fully Furn. Incl., water, phone,
cable, internet $1,500 p/m_
West Bay Street: 3 Bed, 2 Bath
Fully Furn Condo w/pool &
tennis ct. $1,500 p/m

Near Albany: 2 Bed, 2 Bath
Apartment Fully Furn $1,500
Sea Beach Estates: 2 Bed, 1.5
Bath. Fully Furn. Granite
Countertops $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

Sandyport: 3Bed, 3.5 Bath.
Fully furn w/dock slip. Kids Al-
lowed $4,000 p/m

South Ocean: 3 Bed, 3.5 Bath
4,000 sq ft. home with- pool
and a/c $4,000 p/m

Love Beach Walk:_3 Bed, 3.5
bath, Penthouse oceanfront,
gated. $5,000 p/m

Sales - Residential/Commercial
Yellow Elder: 3 Bed, 1 Bath
Home. Great Price, unfur-
nished $120,000

Sans Souci: 2 Bed, 1.5 Bath
Townhouse, semi _— furnished
with courtyard $180,000

Hilltop (2nd Terrace): 2 Bed, 1
Bath, a/c. View of Atlantis and
harbor $190,000

Resario West: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath

Townhome _ -w/pool, land-
scaped. $239,000
Off Village Rd. Rndabout:

3Bed, 2Bath home & atchd.
1Bed Apartment $235,000
Faith Avenue South: Brand
New Duplex. 62 x 100. Re-
duced Price $250,000

St. Vincent Rd: 3 Bed, 2 Bath
Home. Brand New. w/yard.
$258,000

Bay St. & Victoria Ave
Tel: (242) 323 0800/1 °
sales @ RTBahamas.com
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Off Hanna Rd: Duplex Build-
ing Brand New. Burglar Bars

$265,000

Westridge: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Condo, Gated Access, Pool.
$269,000

Stapledon Gardens: Duplex
for Sale. 2 Bed, 1. Bath
$285,000 .
Sandford Drive (West): 2

Bed, 2.5 Bath Townhome a/c,
gated, pool $290,000
Chazon Estates (Southwest
N.P): 3 Bed, .2 Bath Brand
New Home $299,000
Faith Ave: Restaurant with at-
tached 2 Bed, 2 Bath apt.
Brand New $330,000
Southern Breeze:
Bldg. A/C, 8,100 sq ft. Lot.
$350,000
Tienna's Crescent: 3Bed, 3.5
Bath Brand new townhouse
$360,000
Chazon Estates (Southwest
N.P): 3 Bed, 2 Bath Split level
Home $398,000
Off Prince Charles: 3 Bed, 3.5
Bath Home Unfurnished, land-
scaped $420,000
Coral Vista East: Brand new
home, two story, open floor
plan, double car garage 5
Bed, 2.5 Bath. $575,000.
Sunset View_Villas: 5 Bed, 3.5
Bath with oceanfront views on
West Bay $750,000

Lots
Nassau Village: Duplex Lot 75
x 75 Only $65,000
Victoria Gardens: Duplex Lot
65x100 w/ footing & plans in-
cluded $85,000
East St. South: Duplex Lot 55 x
113 Brand new Subdivison

$80,000
Off Carmichel Rd: Three Multi
Family lots starting at
$86,000

Via Della Rosa: Triplex Lots
starting from $99,000. Only 5
left.

Chazon Estates: 24 hr Sec.
Gated Community. Lots 60 x
100. $105,000

John Claridge Estates New on
Eastern Rd. Corner Lot 80 x
111. $115,000

West Winds: 70 x 92 Ridge
Lot

in gated community with
amenities $125,000

High Point Estates: 8,517 sq

ft. Large Single Family lot
$135,000

Jacaranda Estates: Large
Residential Lot in beautiful

ated Community. $165,000
ighland Park: Single Family
Lot 13,000 sq ft. 150-x 90.
$165,000

West Grove (Westglade): 84 x
110 - 9,000 plus sq_ ft.
$195,000

South Westridge: 36,000 sq ft
lot.Beautiful Hilltop w/ views.
$250,000

Coral Harbor Roundabout: 4
lots - 20,000 sq ft. Commer-
cial. $304,000 each

Triplex

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and exclusive gated
community in Western New
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amenities including kids play-
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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
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SAFFRON HILL
Luxury community opposite Or-

ange Hill Beach provides a
calming lifestyle within this ex-
clusive community. Amenities
include swimming. pool and
tennis courts. Asking $175k

NORMANS CAY ACREAGE ._
Four adjacent lots in world fa-

mous Normans Cay, Exuma
totaling just under 2 acres with
panoramic ocean views and
414ft on the Exuma Sound
don't miss out on your oppor-
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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
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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






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MERCIAL BUILDING

Looking for that ideal commer-

cial investment — look no fur-
ther with this Commercial
Plaza ideally located for your
income generating investment
with four shop spaces each
with open space floor plan and
bathrooms to rent out. The
ground floor unit also has an
office area. The building has
fixed glass shop fronts that are
secure with security bars. and
the ground floor units have
controlled entrances with mo-

tion sensors. Each -, shop
space is climate controlled
with central air. $450k

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Venice Bay Lot
14,910 sq. ft. residential lot
with access to ocean views.
A
steal at $130k

SALES
SEAWELL MANOR SUB:
This Single family 3 bed, 2.5
bath home, is in a quite neigh-
borhood. This 2463 sq. ft.
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. lt 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, 2
bath apartment with spacious
living and dining room and the
only unit with a personal utility
room. Swimming pool at en-
trance of the complex. ASking
$259,000.
GARDEN HILLS HOME: 3
bedroom, 2.5 bath 2,069 sq. ft.
split level home. Features in-
clude central air, granite coun-
tertops, porcelain tiles, alarm
system, covered garage and
home was recently renovated.
Asking $310,000
BAHAMIA WEST LOT:
20,775 sq. ft. lot asking
$217,000 a steal of a deal as
large lots in the West are a
rare find — don’t miss this deal.

RENTALS
EAST BAY STREET COM-
MERCIALThis 2 story com-
mercial/office building is com-
prised- of 2,698 square feet.
For rent at ‘$24. 72 per square
foot / CAM charge at $4.00
per square foot. Includes pri-
vate offices, spacious open
floor plan, his/her bathrooms,
parking For 30+ cars, private
entrance and exit gates, secu-
rity and generator.
YAMACRAW HILL ROAD: 1 -
One bedroom, one bathroom
for rent unfurnished $600.00 a
month
YAMACRAW HILL ROAD: 1-
Two bedroom, one bathroom
for rent unfurnished $750.00 a
month
YAMACRAW HILL ROAD: 1-
Townhome style 2 bedroom,
1.5 bathroom for rent $900.00
a month

PHONE: 323-8000 /
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VACANT LAND
Blue Hill Estates: Elevated
homesite lot 6,895 sq. ft.
$98,000
Via Della Rosa: Triplex lots,
only 3 remaining for a great
buy in a gated community at
$99,000.
Englerston: Exclusive Open
zone lot. $68,000. 2-2bed
1bath Duplex $180,000
St. Andrews Bch Est: Ocean-
view s/f large lot. $125,000
Coral Vista: Very nice large s/f
lot. $117,500
Saffron Hill: Exclusive large
corner lot starting at $195,000
& oceanview lot $355,000
Tropical Gdns:Large s/f lot for
your dream home. $125,000
West Winds: S/F and duplex
lots starting at $120,000
Serenity: Affordable s/f lots
now starting at $85,000 -
duplex lots now starting at
$145,000

HOMES/CONDOS
Skyline Lakes: Lovely 2bed
2bath furnished condo. Gated.
Pool. $289,000.
High Point Estates: Awesome
Sbed 2.5bath semi-furnished
condo. $319,000 unfurnished.
$290,000
Marathon: Charming 3bed
3bath home w/ 1bed ibath apt
attached on 2 lots. $350,000



Eastern Estates: Abed
3.5bath home. Requires
upgrading. Great project.
$270,000.

Cable Bch Villas:. Lovely turn-
key 1bed 1bath condo. Perfect
first time investment. $140,000
St. Alban’s Dr: New 2bed
2.5bath semi-furnished
towhouse. Gated. $234,000
Golden Gates: Exclusive 3bed
2bath w/ 2bed 2bath apt
attached. Great deal.$245,000
Pinewood Gardens:
Exclusive 4bed Sbath home on
2 elevated lots. $260,000
MULT-FAMILY BUIDLINGS

Biue Hill South: A_ large
commercial building. Ideal for
foodstore, restaurant or retail
store. $673,000
Star Estates: EXCLUSIVE
Two-2bed 1.5bath townhouse
duplex. Ideal mortgage help-
er. Great price at $436,000
Yamacraw Close: Great 2bed

2bath, 2bed bath duplex.
Ideal mortgage helper.
$295,000

West Winds: Newly built 3bed
2.5bath townhouse. $357,000.
Fowler Street: Exclusive

Warehouse & incomplete apt
bldg. $236,000

RENTALS

Nautica: Immaculate 3bed
2.5bath turn-key townhouse.
Gated. Very: secure and safe.
$4,150 p/m.
Skyline Lakes: 3bed 2.S5bath
turn-key condo. Water includ-
ed. Gated. Pool. $2,200 p/m
Off Mackey St: Commercial.
build-ing in a high traffic area.
$1,200p/m
Office:328-41 1 1eFax:328-4113

Tel: 376-1849, 535-6764,

468-0767, 424.4448

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HOMES _

MOUNT PLEASANT: Charm-
ing 3 bedroom, 1 bath home
in mature neighborhood lo-
cated minutes from Lyford
Cay shopping center. Great
home for a young family.
$132,000.00 GREAT OP-
PORTUNITY :
OCEANVIEWS MOUNT VER-
NON: Floor to ceiling win-
dows frame breathtaking
views of Montague Bay. This
5 bedroom, 5.5 bath property
is maturely landscaped with
swimming pool, large brick-
work patio, Tiki hut bar. 4
zoned air conditioning sys-
tem, generator, security light-
ing, hurricane shutters and 2
car garage. $1,450,000.00
CABLE BEACH PENT-
HOUSE: Cceanfront 3 bed, 2
bath, 2 story penthouse in Ca-
ble Beach. In excellent condi-.
tion and comprised of ap-
proximately 2,000 square feet
this penthouse is tastefully
furnished and boasts fantastic
views of the surrounding tur-

cGuoise waters. . $865,000.00
DELAPORT TOWNHOUSE:.
Oceanfront 3 bed 2 bath

townhouse with ocean views
from every room. Stand-by
generator. Gated community
in Cable Beach area.
$595,000.00

OLDE TOWN SANDYPORT
TOWNHOUSE: 83 bed 3 bath
home in Gated Community.
Canal and lagoon views. Lo-

cated close to shopping,
schools and_= entertainment.
$499,000.00

EASTERN RD. TOWN-

HOUSE: Panoramic Ocean-
views 3 bed, 3 bath. Living
and dining areas extend to
terrace. Loft with full bath-
room. beautiful pool, laundry
facilities, seconds from beach.
$399,000.00

HIGH -POINT MANOR: Spa-
cious 3 bed 2.5.bath. town-
house in Gated Community.
New construction. Granite
kitchen counter tops, Oak
cabinets. $340,000.00

LOTS

FOX HILL: Approximately
6,100 sq ft lot with duplex belt

course. $92,000.00
TWYNAM HEIGHTS: Single
family lots approximately

11,000 Sq. Ft. $175,000.00
WEST BAY ST. SAFFRON
HILL: Single Family lots start-
ing $175,000.00
Sandy Beach ROSE ISLAND
LOTS: Great lots 100’
beachfront. 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-EXCLU-
SIVE: Unique lot with white
sandy beach. in Exclusive
Gated Community on Para-
dise Island. $4,990,000.00
JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL: 322-1069

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Lots
Residential .
Coral Harbor — 54 x 50 —
48,000

Foxdale — 50 x 107 - $65,000

Westwinds — 60 x 100 -
$125,000
Jacaranda —- 95 x 119 -
$189,009

Tusculum — apx 30,400 sq ft
$150,000 2

Duplex
Joan’s Heights — 50 x 100 -
$90,000

Malcolm Allotments —~
x113 - $80,000

Westwihds 60 x 100 - w/plans
$125,000
Houses

Harmony Hill — 4 bedroom two
storey family house. Spacious
well planned, conveniently
located - $350,000

53

Belair — well kept 3 bedroom
w/central air - $275,000

Twynam — 2 bedroom move
in ready on corner lot -
$205,000 .

Nassau East - spacious
upstairs apartment unit
w/2 bed 1 bath - $115,000

Adelaide — 3 storey, 5 bed-
room family house on 10,100
sq. ft. lot. Easy walk to the
beach. Can be your home -
$297,000

Boatswain Hill — 3 bed2.5
bath townhouse on_ Lake.
Wood cabinets and_ floors,
granite counter tops - $245,000
Duplex

St.. Vincent Rd. 2° bedroom
each side; owners side is
larger; move in ‘ready -
$180,000 -

-Townhouse~ style - Sea

Beach 3 bedrooms 2 .5 baths
each side; w/cottage $499,009

FOR RENT
Coral Height West: new 2 bed
2.5bath townhouse, w/fridge,

stove, washer, dryer, blinds,
carpet upstairs, central air and
view of the pond - $1200

Kool Acres: 2 bed 2 bath
w/appliances - $800

Sans Souci: 1 bedroom - $650
Winton Heights: Nicely ap-
pointed 2 bedroom fur apart-
ment $1100 :
Ritchie Realtors & Appraisers
394-2650

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LANDMARK REALTY
SANE SARE ROE aad Sea Sra
*“Westwinds-Gated Lot
$115,900
*“*Fox Hill 2 bed 2 bath home
$116,000

**Charlottesville-Gated
$155,900

St. Albans Drive off West
“Bay St. walk to beach:
Large 2 bed 2 bath furnished
condo $189,000

Off Marshall Road:
bath Duplex $225,000

Lot

2 bed 1

Westward Villas: 3 bed 2.5
bath full A/C Town House
Condo Front and rear balco-
nies, garage, pvt yard
$495,000

Gardens Hills: 3 bed 2 bath
house, $210,000

Off West Bay: 3 bed 2 bath
house, 5 min walk to beach
$235,000

Sea Breeze: Executive 4 bed
3 bath house with Tennis Court
on two Lots $463,000.

Meeting Street: Split-level
building ideal for Office,
reduced for quick sale
$215,000.

‘Nassau Street: Two Storey

‘| Commercial Building $335,000

Carmichael Road: Large Two

Storey Commercial Building
$595,000

Oakes’ Field: Commercial
Building 23,700 sq ft

warehouse and office 1.1 Acre
land$1,500,000

Claridgedale Sub. Corner lot
$63,000

en den. Hills Lot 6,014 sq.ft.
$72,0

Serenity-Gated
Single & Multi Family lots start-
ing. @ $80,000

South Seas-Gated:
ing @ $83,796

East Street South Lot 4,975
sq.ft $89,500

lots start-

Carmichael Estates Multi
Family Lot 60 x 108 $89,500

Coral. Breezes-Gated Com-
munitySingle & Multi
lots starts @$99,500

Lyford Hills Gated, Tennis
court and pool great living En-
vironment Lots’ starting @
$117,60

Tropical Gardens Large M/F
Lot $119,000.

Coral Heights East S/F Lot 75
x 105 $ 120,000

Airport Industrial
10,085sq. ft. $125,000

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Destini Lakes

Single & Multi Family lots starts
@ $135,000

Jacaranda Gated Lots starts
@ $143,000.

Westglade/ The Grove Lot
10,300 sq.ft $144,000

Charlotteville Lot $
155,900.00

Saffron Hill — Out West Gated
Residential lots Starting @
$175,000

Balmoral - Gated: W/Club-

house, pool, tennis
court & a great place to live lots
$238,000.00

Millers Rd:Lg m/f lot, w/foun-
dation for 6 units, rough elec/
plumbing installed. $165,000

Indigo —Out West Lot with
Sea View $240,000
Serenity Estates lots 100 x

304 $250,000.00

Westridge: Large Multi-Family
Lot $285,000.

Off West Bay: Large M/F Lot 2
mins from beach
Coral Vista —Large corner lot
Family Island Lots

Freeport:

Shannon Golf Course .5 acre
lot with 161 ft. on

golf course, a great buy at
price $65,000.

Ph: 328-2001 / 326-4400
Fax: 356-4044

BRAND NEW DUPLEX
FOR SALES 80% complete.
1 2-bed, 2-bath; 2-bed, 1-bath,
Abbie's Close, off Carmichael
Rd. Perfect location of school,
clinic & food store.

Lot 64x100 & extra space to
add on a 1-bedroom apt.
Must sell. Serious inquiries
only.

Asking. $195,000. ASAP.
Phone 427-6832.

COMMERCIAL BUILDING
FOR SALE
on Carmichael Road.
Tel 454-8043, 341-2838.

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Vacant Land
Houses, Duplexes/3-plexes
Apartments
Commercial Properties
We buy and Sell

Please cal Ludec
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HOMES/APARTMENTS.

0749 EXCLUSIVE Stapledon
Gardens 3bed_ 3.5bath split
level. $375,000.

0770 Sea Beach townhouse
2bed 2.5bath pool. $299,000.

0705 Coral Harbour executive
Sbed 2.5bath with office.
$550,000. ‘
0772 Carmichael commercial
plaza. $425,000.

0760 Coral Harbour 4bed
2.5bath. $350,000.

0773. HighPoint townhouse
3bed 2.5bath. $275,000.

0774 HighPoint townhouse
Sbed 2.5bath. $290,000.

0518 Chazon Estates Brand
new 3bed 2bath. $298,000.

.0755 Venice Bay Brand new
townhouse 2bed 2.5bath.
$245,000.

0760 Coral Harbour town-

house 4bed Sbath brand new
with ocean views. $395,000.

Vacant Land:

0769 Jacaranda cleared and
ready to build 100x120.
$150,000. ’

0775 Westridge multi-family
10,000+ sq. ft. $177,000.

0763 Coral Harbour
family 83x105. $11,0,000.

single

0594 Hooper's Bay Exuma 6
acres. $525,000.

0764 Gleniston Gardens
100x100 single family.
$115,000.

0627 Westridge single family
1.01 acres. $390,000.

Tel/Fax: 362-2858
Mobile: 424-8929 -.

LARGE MULTI-FAMILY LOT
197x77, St Vincent Road
Approved plans, $120,000 ono.
Call 431-1144

SOUTH OCEAN:
Multi-family, 1/3-acre, OR
lot, near Blue Shark Golf Club.

$300K Gross

For Sale by Owner.

324-2562.

HOUSE FOR SALE
Mount Vernon 3-bed, 2-bath,
large yard, erge covered patio,
wood floors. Asking $410,000
Serious inquiries only. Call
376-2345, 557-3361.

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LIGHTBOURN
REALTY
HOMES/APARTMENTS
7114 Baycroft Apartment. 1 bd,
1 bth.,Off Eastern road. Great
for First Time Buyer. $165,000

7155 Canal front home. 2 bed,
2 bath. $299,000

TRIPLEX/DUPLEX

7119 Triplex-3 bed/2 bth plus
2-1 bed/1 bth. $310,000

7137 Reduced Duplex,- be-
tween Blair and Village Rd.
$319,000 :

LOTS

7136 Large Multifamily lot Kool

Acres $t20,000

6997 Triplex
$140,000

6234 Venice Bay 10,000 sq. ft
lot. Owner financing $99,900

lot. 8,525 _Sq.ft.

5471 South Ocean Estates
11,700sq.ft. lot. Owner fim anc-
ing $155,000

Tel: 242-393-8630-7
sales @ coldwellbankerbaha

mas.com
www.coldwellbankerbahamas.
com
VENICE BAY
1 3-unit townhouse lot
$105,600
1 5-unit townhouse lot
$150,000
1 3-unit townhouse lot
$115,000 ‘
the

Bening financing or on_
spot in-house financing.

Contact Venice Bay Site Office,
New Providence.
Tel:362-2555/6,
Email:
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Visit our website at:
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3,900 ee Ee WAREHOUSE
SALE
Off Ronnecn Road.
$450,000.00 Negotiable
Ph: 422-4764, 324-3839

APARTMENT SITE
South of NASSAU VILLAGE
Duplex site, 50x100. Paved
roads, street lights, all utilities,
nice community $60,000.
Bank Financing available
$3,000 deposite, $639.00/pm

GAMBLE HEIGHTS SUBD
52x172 hill top, triplex site,
paved road, all utilities,
beautiful homes & apt in area
$75,000
Bank financing available,
$3,750,deposit. $722.00/pm
Telepone 325-1408,
422-4489, 477-0200.



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Real Estate



FOR SALE

Paradise Island #0126 Fur-
nished 2,000 s/ft 3 bedrooms
3 baths ground floor waterfront
condo with views of Nassau
Harbour in. gated community.
Recently refurbished. Pool.
Price reduced to $995,000.00.

Paradise Island #2525: 3
bedrooms 3-1/2 baths 3,500
s/ft new waterfront condo with
breathtaking views of the golf
course, Montague and Nassau
Harbours. 12 ft. wide wrap-
around balconies, great for en-
tertaining.

Reduced to $1,975,000.00.

Paradise Island: 14’ boat slip
with lift. $110,000.00

Paradise !sland:
For Rent: -
#0126 3 bedrooms 3 baths wa-
terfront condo on Nassau Har-
bour in gated community.
Pool. $5,500.00 p.m.

Paradise Island #1005: 4 bed-
rooms 3-1/2 baths Villa situated
in its own private gardens in
gated waterfront ~ community.

Private heated pool. Nicely fur-
nished. $6,000 p.m.

FOR SALE
Stella Maris, Long Island:

acre lot overiocking ocean.
$125,000.00

Half acre lot with sea views.
$35,000.

Cali: Cheslie Christie
6778100 3577514
www.cachristie.com

FOR SALE BY OWNER
‘INDIGO WEST BAY STREET
LOT W/PARTIAL
OCEAN VIEW
$249,000 TEL. 424-3678

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Property Sandyporte WCC
#28.

Serious inquiries only.
$300,000 net.
Call 363-2084.

FOR SALE ~*
WESTRIDGE: 1.0148 Acre Lot,
$330K Net. Serious enquiries
only. Call 457-4185 to view.

FOR SALE

Gated Single Family Lots
Located South West Ridge
* Size:60x130, $105,000 Net.

Call 376-9590, 434-3549

TRI-PLEX & 4-PLEX LOTS
FOR SALE, off Blue Hill Road.
Call 376-7553.

4-BED, aA HOUSE
For Sale.
$130, 000 Paced yal Sule sale.
2-185



THE TRIBUNE

BLESSED ROCK
REALTY

341-4303, 395-6483, 454-8978
or 454-1702



Coral Harbour, gated, 80x100
$99,500

Off Soldier Road, triplex lot,
50x140, $90,000

Cowpen Road, duplex lot,
50x100, $62,500

Carmichael Road, duplex lot,
57x106 $65,000

Carmichael Road, duplex lot,
52x110, $73,000

Off Soldier Road, duplex lot,
50x100 $53,000 ,
Chippingham, duplex lot,
50x97 $60,000

Chippingham, | fourplex lot,
50x200, $85,000

Coral Breeze, gates, 75x100

$99,500
‘South Seas, 80x100, $90,000

College Gardens, 75x100

$75,000
Malcom Road, 68x68 $45,000

Garden _ Hills

$75,000

#3, 60x100,.

South Ocean Estate, 100x124
$158,000

Munnings Road, multi family,
100x100, $120,000
Coral Harbour, Residential,
850x150, $106,000
Serenity West Bay, 60x100
$85,000

St. Andrew’s Beach, 90x90,
$120,000

Market Sireet,
50x100, $83,000

Yuma Estates, gated, 65x100
$96,000

Commercial,

ACREAGE
Off Gladstone Road, 9 acres,
$1.6 million

West Bay Street, 100 acres,
$10 million ono

, HOUSES
Nassau Village, 3 bed, 1 bath
Lot, 80x100 $120,000

Golden Gates, 3 bed, 2 bath
lot, 60x100, $150,000

Prince Charles, 5 acres $1.7
mil ono

LOTS AVAILABLE IN SOUTH
ANDROS

FOR SALE

High Point Estates
. Brand new .
2-bed,2-bath townhouse. 2000
sq.ft,alarm,a/c,granite counter
tops. $275K
Tel:424-5780

Lighthouse Realty &
Investments

; Telephone:
341-391 1/465-8344/426-7587

Rentals
Seabeach Estates - 1 Bed-
room 1-= Bathroom, gated,
fully furnished, fridge, stove,
washer and dryer, burglar
bars, private patio - $800.00
monthly

Cable Beach - 1 Bedroom 1
Bathroom fully — furnished,
light, water, Air Conditioned

and Pool - $1,200.00 monthly
available September 3rd,
2010

Seaview Drive - 2 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms gated, fully fur-
nished central air, . pool,
alarm system $2,500.00
monthly all utilities are on,
tenant pay for usage, no chil-
dren, no pets

Coral Vista - 2 Condos, Two
storey, 2 Bedrooms) 2.5
Baths stainless appliances,
with wood kitchen cabinets
granite countertops, central
air, washer, dryer, micro-
wave, security alarm system,
electric gate, water, internet
and cable _ included =
$2,000.00 monthly

Executive Home Seabreeze

with 3 Bedrooms 3 Baths-

fully furnished, with washer
and dryer, central air, secu-
rity alarm system, fenced in,
landscaped- $2,500.00
monthly

Tropicat Garlens 75 x 173 -
$225,000.00 O.N.O

Tropical Gardens 60 x 170 -
$145,000.00

Bacardi Road Triplex lot with a
foundation and approved plans
for three Condos - $125,000.00
Rivera Subdivision 80 x 100 -
$140,000.00 O.N.O.

Boatswain Hill off Carmi-
chael Road 72 x72 -
$75,000.00

Genesis Gardens off Carmi-
chael Road 6,642 sq ft -
$71 15,000.00 O.N.O

Genesis Gardens off Carmi-
chael Road 6,697 sq ft -
$115,000.00 O.N.O

Genesis Gardehs off Carmi-
chael Road 5,235 sq ft - $
95,000.00 O.N.O

Off Kemp Road 50 x 85 -
$45,000.00 O.N.O

Off Bernard Road 65 x 125
with foundation - $108,000.00 ©
Tropical Gardens 60 x 145 -
$122,000.00

Boatswain Hill lakefront
9,000 sq ft - $124,000.00
Cowpen Road 50 x
$97,000.00

Shrimp Road 60 x
$139,500.00 O.N.O.
Bacardi Road 87.65 x 100 -
$89,000.00

Coote Drive 80 x 125 -
$91,000.00

Off Maicoim Road Duplex Lot
61.89 x 85 - $52,000.00 O.N.O
Unison Road Fourplex Lot 50
x 154 - $122,000.00 O.N.O
Coral Lakes Fourplex Lot
88.93 x 130 on the Lake -

lot
130 -
178 -

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$147, 000.00 O.N.O-
Commercial Lots

Andros Avenue 45 x 100 -
$85,000.00 .
Marshall Road 5
$757,000.00 .
Off Tonique Highway 2 acres
- $585,000.00 or lease @ §,
4,000.00 an acre O.N.O
Carmichael Road 80 x 180 -

acres -

$860,000.00
Bernard Road 1.76 Acres -
$354,000.00
Lightbourne Avenue, off

Farrrington Road - 1.2 acres -
$345,000.00 O.N.O.

Residential Lots

Yamacraw Hill Road 80 x 100
- $130,000.00 O.N.O

Treasure Cove Beachfront Lot
70 x 100 - $238,000.00 O.N.O
St. Andrews Beach Estates
90 x 90 - $115,000.00
Charlotteville 60 x
$172,000.00
Westwind Gated Community
60 x 100 - $127,000.00

120 -

Charlotteville 60 %. 125 -
$192,000.00

Houses

Adelaide Gardens - 3 Bed-
rooms 2 Baths, fully’ fur-

nished - $195,000.00 O.N.O.
Highland Park Villas - 4 Bed-
rooms 2.5 Bathrooms with cen-
tral air, security screens, walled
in yard with electric gate anda
two car garage - $530,000.00
Seabreeze Lane - 3 Bed-
rooms 2 Bathrooms, 1,680 sq
ft house, with wood ceilings,
central air, large’ kitchen,
walled in and gated with bur-
glar bars - $287,000.00

Golden Gates #2 - 3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms House enclosed
yard - $238,000.00

Firetrail Road - 3 Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms with central air, se-
curity bars, enclosed yard -
$246,000.00 O.N.O

Coral Harbour - 3 Bedrooms
2.5 Bathrooms House with
Central Air, Loft Office, Double
Car Garage, Enclosed Yard -
$385,000.00 O.N.O.

St. Andrews Beach Estates -
3 Bedrooms 2 Baths’ with
washer, dryer and_ security
alarm system on a 90 x 100 lot
- $253,000.00 O.N.O

Sapodilla Boulevard - 3 Bed-
rooms 2 Baths, with wood
kitchen cabinets with granite
countertops. - $235,000.00
O.N.O. ‘
Sandyport King Fisher Island
- Two Storey, 5 Bedrooms
3.5 Bathrooms, Indoor Swim-
ming Pool, Hot Tub, Private
Dock, Granite Countertops,
Wood Kitchen Cabinets,
Stainless Steel Appliances -
$1,510,000.00 O.N.O
Cockburn Street - 3 Bed-
rooms 1 Bathroom house, on a
multi-family lot in cul-de-sac -
$143,000.00 O.N.O.
Apartment Buildings
Pyfroms Addition - 7
Two Storey Apartment
ing with central
$460,000.00 O.N.O
Golden Gates Duplex Fixer
Upper 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths
and 2 Bedrooms 1 Bath -
centra) air, wood ceilings, {

Units
Build-
air -


landscaped, fenced in yard,
$215,00.00 O.N.O.

Off Bellot Road Duplex 1- 3
Bedrooms 2 Baths and 1 - 2
Bedrooms 1 Bath, with central
air, security alarm system,
landscaped and fenced in yard
- $255,000.00

Yamacraw Close Duplex 1- 2
Bedrooms 2 Baths and 1 - 2
Bedrooms 1 Bath, with sepa-
rate living room and dining
room, central air, landscaped
and fenced in yard, security
bars and private driveway,
on a 75 x 100 property -
$285,000.00 O.N.O.

Hanna Road Two Storey Tri-
plex up to Belt course 1- 4
Bedrooms 3 Baths and 2 - 2
Bedrooms 1 Bath -
$275,000.00

Off Joe Farrington Road Tri-
plex- 2 Bed 1 Bath in each unit
- $278,000.00

Golden Gates #1 Triplex 1- 2
Bedrooms 1 Bath and 2 - 1
Bedroom 1 Bath $222,000.00
O.N.O

Condos/Townhouses

Cable Beach Villas Condo 1
Bedroom 1 Bath fully fur-
nished - $143,000.00

Adelaide Road 1 - 2 Bed-
rooms 2.5 Bathroom -
$215,000.00 :
High Point Estates - Three
Storey Condo - 3 Bedrooms
2.5 Baths, 2,200 sq ft, Granite
Countertops, Wood Kitchen
Cabinet, Wood Flooring, Re-
cessed Lighting, Hurricane Im-
pact Windows, Central Air, Pri-
vate Playground - $319,000.00
Commercial Buildings

Infant View Road Restaurant
and Bar fully furnished with
Bar License, on a large prop-
erty 13,640 sq ft, with a Three
Bedroom 3 Bath House 2,
300 sq ft - $815,000.00
Carmichael Road 1,100 sq ft
building on a 100 x 200 lot -
$500,000.00

Ragged Island Street Two
Storey Building - $175,000.00
O.N.O. .

Abundant Life Road Two Sto-
rey Building Up to Beli, 14
Apartments and Shop Down-
stairs - $556,000.00

Faith Avenue - Restaurant
with an attached 2 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms apartment -
$330,000.00, with an addi-

tional 75 x. 98 lot for
$110,000.00 O.N.O.
Family Islands

Exuma 2 lots 80 x125 Hilltop
with Sea Views - $46,000.00
each

James Cistern Eleuthera 40
acres with rocky beach shore-
line - $2,020,000.00 O.N.O.

Freeport Windermere near
new C.O.B campus, acre
multi-family lot
$48,000.000.N.O

Freeport Apartment Complex

32 -One Bedroom Units 4 -Two
Bedrooms Units on 1 acre
property - $2.2 million O.N.O.
or 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
$66;000.00/ 2 Bedrooms 1
Bathroom $82,000.00

Freeport, Balusa Park - 5
Multi-family Lots - each
@$19,000.00 O.N.O. :



GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.

OWNER'S LOWER PRICE!
Oceanfront lot 80x90 EVES
Cable Beach. Ready for house
to be built, access to pool and
beach. $275,000 ask for
Ask for RE Barnes 327-0806.

Oceanfront tawnhouse for rent
Compass Point
3 bed, 3 bath, pool, laundry,
unfurnished
$2,200 per month, lease.
Ask for RE Barnes 327-0806.

LARGE MULTI FAMILY
LOT, 100x158,

Off Joe Farrigton Rd.
Adjacent to Seabreeze
Estates. Ideal for Church,
Apt complex or home.
Can be divided into
2 Duplex

Lots, appraised at
$135,000,
asking $118,000
Ph325-5978 / 565-7302

VISTA BELLA.

CABLE BEACH PENTHOUSE

5TH FL, 2 BD 2BTH, MAR.
FLS, GRANITE KIT & BATH
CALL 361-5177 OR
361-5220 EXT 239 OR 241,
M-F 9AM-5PM,
PRICE $525, 000

FOR SALE
SE To

lila HARBOUR
CRES

<7.
ois} WILL FINANCE
. PHONE: 362-1820



2 ADJACENT DUPLEX LOTS
61x100x70x96
off Joe Farrington Rd, near
Seabreeze Estate.
Ideal dream home or duplex.
Asking $69,500 Each
Ph 325-5973 /565-7302

Property Winton Heights
125x125.
Asking $150,000
Serious inquiries only.
Call 424-5041.



FOR SALE BY OWNER

6, 2010, PAGE 25

Telephone:

LARGE, 2- LEAL ESTATE
Duplex :
(Townhouse) Lots.
Eastern District,
near Malcolm
Creek & the sea,
50x145. $110,000
Phone 393-0897,
393-0279.

A & E INVESTMENTS
Ph: 364-4553 :

Duplex East, Dist, $9,500/D
Lots Sandilands Village Rd
$3,500 down on each lot
2 Lots Exuma $3,000 down
Blueberry Hill $4,000 down
Evansville lot 70x116, $3, 750
down
Nassau Village Est, Lots start-
ing at $55,000
2-bedroom, 2-bath house pkg.
Starting at $160K
3-bed, 2-bath house pkg, start-
ing at S186K
Duplex 2-bed pkg starting at

3 $215K






5% down & appraisal included.

PROPERTY FOR SALE
On William's Lane.

2 Tri-plex lots priced at
$85,000 and $84,000
One Four-plex priced ai

$120,000 and One
priced at $77,600.
Call 324-1413, or 456- 0001

Duplex

. HOUSE
FOR SALE
2-storey house
Harmony Hill,
4-bed, 3.5-bath
uiet area,
360.000.
677-9617,
357-0904.

FOR SALE
2 bedroom, 2.5 bedroom
townhouse with Pool &
Beach Access
$280,000
Call 432-9388



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VACANT LAND
HIGH POINT ESTATES
Off JFK Drive, .Gated Triplex
Lot, 8,324 SF
$125,000.00. Web Ref: 8665
WESTWINDS
Love Beach gated community.
Multifamily lot, 60' x 100°
$115,000.00. Web Ref: 8770
SOUTH OCEAN
Fourplex lots in community
near the Albany and South
Ocean development
65X131 (8,528 sq ft)
$129,000.00 Web Ref: 8644
HANNA ROAD (WATERVIEW)
Great duplex lots in the eastern
district and has access to the
water.$87,500.00 Web Ref:
8643
MALCOLM ALLOTMENT
Low rental occupancy is what
this area delivers making this
large 4-plex lot a sound invest-
ment property (90x100)
$65,000.00. Web Ref: 8616
HIGH VISTA
Single family lot in great com-
munity 11,154 square feet
$150,000.00 Web Ref:
BALFOUR ESTATES
Carmichael Road, West New
Providence, Property size
10,140 SF $100,000.00.’ Web
Ref: 8510
BLUE HILL SOUTH
Duplex lot sold out subdivision
60x100
$85,000.00 Web Ref: 8636
MULTI-FAMILY BUILDINGS
GOLDEN ISLES TRIPLEX
Well built and well maintained
triplex offering great income
potential $275,000.00. Web
Ref: 8661
MALCOLM ALLOTMENT
FOUR-PLEX
Have your tenants pay your
mortgage in this large four-plex
$269,000.00. Web Ref: 8622
COLONY VILLAGE
Four unit apartment complex
would be a great buy for the
aspiring investor. Call for more
me $399,000.00. Web Ref:
8615


















CONDOS/TOWNHOUSES
SUNSET ‘LANDING, CORAL
HARBOUR

Brand new 2 bed, 1.5 bath
townhouses across from the
pone $225,000.00. Web Ref:

87
WESTRIDGE CONDOS
These units will absolutely not
last long, these units are fully
furnished and the complex. has
a pool, basketball, and tennis
court.
1 bed $110,00.00 web ref:
8637 2 bed $186,000.00 web
ref: 8641
VIZCAYA
Just 2 units left! New develop-
ment in Westridge with spec-
tacular 2 bed units ir a gated
community. Property is a must
see $269,900.00 #8521
PALM POINT, WESTWINDS
Move in. by October! 2:bed, 2.5
bath units’ in an established
gated community.

. We Sell: Value. .
rans >CALL: 242-677-8255 ;
MARIOCAREYÂ¥ REALTY .COM

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All appliances included!
$255,000.00. Web Ref: 8519
HIGH POINT ESTATES
Spacious new 3 bed, 2.5 bath
townhouses conveniently _ lo-
cated off of JU.F.K. Drive
$275,000.00. Web Ref: 8584
MCKINNEY CONDO

Large 4 bed, 3.5 bath condo is
the best option for an upgrade
$363,000.00. Web Ref: 8613
DUNMORE COURT TOWN-
HOUSE

South Ocean, Dunmore Court
Townhouse, 4 bed, 3.5 bath,
2,200 SF $499,000.00. Web
Ref: 8520

HOMES

WINTON MEADOWS
Charming 4 bed, 3.5 bt family
home on a corner lot. Offered
turnkey and priced! to sell!
$349,000. Web Ref: 8662
SOUTH OCEAN :
Secluded home on an extra
large lot over half an acre. 3
beds, 2 bath sold furnished.
Make an_ offer! $465,000.00.
Web Ref: 8737 ;
MALCOLM ALLOTMENT
Great starter home with 2 bed-
rooms 2 bathrooms
$145,000.00. Web Ref: 8623
HOLLYWOOD SUBDIVISION
South New Providence 2 bed 1
bath. Property size: 5,000 SF
$190,000.00. Web Ref: 8564.
QUAIL ROOST RIDGE

FIRE SALE Brand New 4 bed
3 bath home being sold for half
of its value. $585,000.00. Web
Ref: 8629

RENTALS

SANDYPORT

1st MONTH FREE!! Designer
furnished 3 bed, 3 bath canal
front home $4,000 per month.
Web Ref: 8586

PARADISE ISLAND

Cabbage Beach is just foot-
steps away at this 1 bed turn-
key exec rental. Community
features two swimming pools,
restaurant/bar, and
laundry/maid service.
$2,500/mth. Web Ref: 8731
NAUTICA

Luxury townhouse in a safe,
family oriented community near
Cable Beach. 3 bed, 3.5 bath
Fully furnished with lots of up-
grades. $3,850/mth. Web Ref:
8720

BAYCROFT

Water View Condo - Newly
renovated 1 bed 1 bath 3rd
floor condo on Eastern Road.
Full use of condo facilities such
as pool, laundry facilities. and
close proximity to Harbour Bay
Shopping Centre. $1,350 per
month. Web Ref: 8606.
SANDYPORT

Fully furnished 2 bed and 2.5
bath canal front _tow-home lo-
cated in Sandy Port. Features
up and down stairs balconies
views of the canal (dock space
available).

$3,000 per month. Web Ref:

8619 -.
: rs Sell Value.
CALE: 242-677-8255
MARIOGAREVEEALTY. COM. ;



Dicks Point:

This 4 bedroom
condo offers en suite baths,

walk-in closets, zoned a/c
units," wood floors, modern
kitchen with stainless steel ap-
pliances, professionally deco-
rated and tastefully furnished,
formal living room, dining room
and family room and covered
patios. $2,350,000 gross
Property # 2122

Dew Gardens: charming 2
bed/2 bath home located in a
very quiet community off of St.

Vincent. Offered Semi-fur-
nished, very well maintained.
$182,000 gross Property #

2110

Windsor Street: attractive well
maintained 4 bed/3 bath home
features high wooden ceilings

and large windows. Enclosed
yard with many fruit trees.
$247,500 gross Property
#1972

Twynam Heights: well main-

tained: 3 bed/3.5 bath home lo-
cated in a new _ subdivision.
Features include large kitchen
with breakfast nook, a formal
living/dining room and a family
room. $349,000 Property #
1779
L

LOTS"

South Ocean Estates: large
residential lot located in gated
community. This new commu-
nity has all infrastructure in
place, close to the Albany Pro-
ject, Lyford Cay and the Inter-
national Airport. $165,000
gross Property # 2105
Westwinds: residential lot lo-
cated in gated complex.
Larger then majority of lots in
this subdivision. Westwinds’
amenities include clubhouse,
pool, gated entrance and ten-
nis courts. $125,000 gross
Property # 2106

Harrold Road: Warehouse
space available on the main
Harrold Road _ consisting _ of
1,050 sq. ft. with high rolling
service bay door and ramp ac-
cess. $1,500/mth Property
#2129

Sea Breeze: new spacious 3
bed/3 bath home fully air condi-
tioned, one car garage and se-
curity system. Large master
suite with his and her walk in
closets. $3,000/mth Property
# 2104
Seapointe: unique 4 bed/2.5
bath townhouse custom de-
signed with exquisite taste.
Three levels with ocean views
on each floor, large
kitchen/breakfast room, dining
room and large living room with
built in bar and French doors
that open onto a covered patio.
$5,500/mth Property # 2108

Contact
Island Living Real Estate
Ph: 322-7979

www.islandlivingrealestate.com jf; i

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2 BEDROOM APT. Miller's
Heights, a/c, burglar bars,
water included,
shone,cable,washer 7 dryer,
lines available. Ph: 361-1374

STAPLEDON, Turnquest

Avenue. Modern spacious
2-bedroom apartment, fully
furnished including washer and
dryer, $850, including water.
Tel: 322-7649 or 427-0267

LEEWARD EAST
2-bedroom, 1 bath apt. Central
air, washer & dryer, blinds,
security bars, water included,
$850 p/m,1st & last, security

dep $450.
Tel: 225-37 114/456-8363

CABLE BEACH
1bed/1.5 bath furnished apt.
Water, w/dryer,tv,cable,internet
etc. $240 w/$1,00M to move in.
Min $980. Phone: 323-1816 or
434-8379

2 BEDROOM APT, Water &

cable included. Ridgeland Park
West, Charlesstori Street.
Ph: 326-0406

FULLY FURNISHED,
1-bedroom apartment in
Marathon. A/C, light, water,
cable included. Washer/dryer
on premises. $750 monthly.
First, last & $500
Security. Phone: 394-1397 or
467-3091

FOR RENT
ST. VINCENT ROAD 3-bed,
2-bath house, $900 per month
First, last and security deposit.
$900. Phone: 322-9412/3

2-BED,1-BATHROOM
APARTMENT, water, bars, a/c,
and water included., $675 per
month, 1st & last plus $400
security deposit. Carmichael .
Ph: 364-4637, 422-4799

ONE BED, ONE BATH
apartment for rent. Water, light,
cable included, $650 per onth,

$400 security deposit.

Ph: 328-7537 or 436-3789

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT

w/washroon/7/storage.
off Joe Farrington. Amenities
includes, fridge/stove/micro-
wave, a/c, alarm, water, etc.
$650, first & last month & sec
dep. 364-4133/466-2424.

1 BEDROOM, all utiltiies light,

water, enclosed yard, $650 per
month, 1st, last and $300
security deposit,
Cc. W Saunders Highway.
Tel:394-5275 after 4 o’clock,
544-0491.

2-BEDROOM COTTAGE

For rent furnished.
Central air condition.
Near Old Fort Bay.

. Tel 362-4074.

MULTI-FAMILY PROPERTY

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Located St. Vincent Road
West. 8051-sq.ft

$85,000 0.B.0
Phone: 327-8276, EINE BOS
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LOTS FOR SALE
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Call:357-3423 for information.

No agents please.

MULTI-FAMILY LOT

In Lincoln Green,Fpo
Appraised at $40,000.00
aehing $38,000 or nearest offer
elephone 352-5454 /

442-1224

CONDO
FOR SALe

Newly
refurbished
2 bed, 1.5 bath
condo on St
Alban’s Drive -
single storey
building, new
kichen cabinets
and appliancs,
washer & dryer
$127,500.
Bank financing
available.
$6360 deposit.
Ra eyescy oy an)
Telepone
325-1408,
422-4489,
477-0200.



LEEWARD EAST
New 2-bed, 1-bathroom
apartment quiet
cul-de-sac,
off street parking,
good yard space
Price: $139,000.00
Call: 242-359-1764 anytime

TRIPLEX LOT
in gated community,
Coral Harbour
Quick Sale
Call Larry Adams,
544-3714.

YUMA ESTATES,
Residential lot 6,825 sq.ft,
$99,000, includes legal fees &
stamp tax. $4950.00 Down.
Phone 556-8144.

MULTIFAMILY PROPERTY

FOR SALE
HillCrest Subd Corner Lot
Price $77,500.00 Tel:394-1333

TRIPLEX FOR SALE
off Marshal Road, spacious
1-bedroom, 1-bath, kitchen &
dining area. Semi-furnished,
landscaped, fenced-in yard
Asking $300,000.
Great investment opportunity.
Contact 341-0905) 357+ SBGE,
: 225- 1702. >



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REAL ESTATE

3 BED, 3.5 BATH Cable
Beach, close to beach &
shopping, central a/c,
gated, fully furnished, pool,
several available. $2200-

$2500.
327-2694, 557-8980.

5 ACRES
MARSHALL ROAD,
$600.000.

Tel 422-2255.

MULTI-FAMILY LOTS
FOR SALE

JOE FARRINGTON ROAD
TEL: 324-7642, 357-4252.

1 BEDROOM APT, Coral

Harbour, all utilities, $600 p.m.
Phone: 362-1051 or 544-0571

ABACO
Property for Sale
Double Lot, 21,600 sq. ft
Forrest Drive
Ph:361-7241 or 356-8801

FOR SALE APARTMENT

Triplex 2 bedroom, 1-bath,
Malcom Allotment, Sumner St
$260,000.00
Phone:341-7323.
Cell:535-6928

LOTS FOR SALE
Adelaide
89.30 x 100 $89,000
80x100 $80,00
75 x 100 $75,00
Ph: 341-7323 or 361-3752

WESTRIDGE LOT
$259,000
Desperate Seller.
Get it before BAHAMAR
begins! Call 427-3588

HOUSE/LOT FOR SALE

Two wooden houses lot
50x100
enclosed yard. $150,00
Ph: 341-3179, Cell 456-2591

GREAT INVESTMENT
VACANT LAND
Main Kemp Road approve plan
for 33 shops or triplex, 50x80
$45,500 O.N.O
Ph:557-2245



TURN-KEY BUSINESS
FOR SALE
M.H.Abaco.

Start making money
instantly
Serious inquiries only
Phone:242-458-5137
E-mail:
jwsignature @ gmail.com



ONE, FULLY FURNISHED
upstairs bedroom apt
$200 per week,

A FULLY FURNISHED
one-bedroom apt, downstairs
$195.00 per week.
~ Includes all-utilities.

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4706 Nautica: Well maintained
3 bed, 2.5 bath condo with
granite counters in the kitchen,
central A/C, enclosed back
patio, wrap around deck, com-
munal pool and_ kid's play-
ground. $4,000 p/m

5693 St. Andrew's Beach Es-
tates: Great 2 bed, 1.5 town-
home with central A/C, alarm
system, washer/dryer, _ fully
equipped kitchen. Offered fully
furnished. $1,400 p/m

5741 Dowdeswell St.: Office
space for rent. 1,200-sq. ft. of
air-conditioned space, 5 of-

fices, reception area, 2 bau
rooms, security screens, 5
parking spaces, C.A.M. Se 400
p/m

5602 Prospect Ridge: Taste-
fully furnished 2 bed, 1 bath
apartment featuring tiled floors,
washer & dryer, air condition-
ing, and swimming pool.
$1,400 p/m .

5758 Coral Vista: Beautiful 3
bed, 2.5 bath home in quiet
area. Features granite counter-
tops, central A/C, hurricane
windows, laminate flooring and
immaculate bathrooms. $3,500
p/m ;

1186 Orchard Terrace: Nice
family townhome located in a
quiet and _ centrally located
neighborhood. Features _ in-
clude 2 beds, 1.5 baths, swim-
ming pool and air-conditioning.
$1,200 p/m :

5738 Treasure Cove: Ocean-
front home with 4 beds, 3.5
baths in gated community.
Open plan kitchen & living ar-
eas, master suite with balcony,
patio with ocean views. $4,000
p/m :

5723 Montagu Villas: Charm-
ing townhouse with 2 beds, 1.5
baths, back patio great for
BBQ's, communal’ pool, hard-
wood and tiled floors. Offered
semi-furnished. $1,500 p/m

5692 Gladstone Road: Lovely
2 bed, 1 bath unit with water in-
cluded,. spacious yard, large
living room, washer & dryer
hookups and ceiling fans. Of-
fered unfurnished. $850 p/m

5756 Harbour Mews: Fur-
nished 2 bed, 2 bath town-
house in gated community. Of-
fers central
dryer, flat screen tv, laundry fa-
cilities and private ‘beach.
$2,000 p/m

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Telephone 322-1986

1-BED,1-BATH, c/air,
c/fans,stove,water furni, $650
unfurnished, $600 per month.
Phone: 393-8483

2 BED, 1 BATH
FULLY FURNISHED CONDO
FOR RENT
WEST BAY STREET APT.
#20 CHARDOR WEST
(2 corners east of Sandals,
OPP. FLORARAMA)

20 unit complex with pool and
laundry room
2 minute walk to private beach
$1,500/mth ono includes water
457-1762 or 364-2444

BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED
2 bed/2.5 bath townhouse
located West Bay St, opp

beach. Serious enquiries only.

Tel 557-2131/424-6920.

1-BEDROOM HOUSE, _ fully
furnished, enclosed yard.
Rental $700/mth, first, last, sec
dep. Tel 393-4425

2 BED, 1 BATH. Carmichael,
c/fans, c/air & water, washing
machine, s/bars, enclosed
yard, $750 per mo nth.
Phone: 393-0482 after 5:00 ©
p.mPh: 361-5549

1-BEDROOM APT Carmichael

Rd, water, light, cable, $625
monthly, first and last month
rent. OO sec. no children.

.| 361-6071.

1-BEDROOM APT opp

Marathon Mall. Light & Water
included, $700/month.
last plus $300 security deposit.

ONE BEDROOM APT,
Elizabeth Estates. Water, light
included, $500 p/m. First, last
plus $200 security deposit.

Tel: 466-5636 or 364-4531 ask

for Brick House

1-BEDROOM APT,
Nassau Village. Water, a/c,
blinds, washer, dryer. $550.

393-4454/394-1880.

1-BEDROOM APT, Baillou Hill
Rd, opp Family Gardian. Unfur-
nished, light/water included. No
kids/pets. $550/pm

Phone:364- 3083/544- 6585.

1-BEDROOM APT, fully
furnished, security screens,
a/c, water/light, no kids/pets.
$550/pm. Soldier Road.
Tel 357-8106.

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.

1 2-BEDROOM APT, :
$600/mth, first, last & $400
sec. A/C & water included.

558-4864

1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY,
light, cable, water, fridge,
biti stove. Quiet area,
e429 2 $650: mo ON: first, last:
395-817 361- “739



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2 1-BEDROOM units for rent.
Water included.

First, last month’s required.
Tel 434-7705,

2 BED, 1 BATH ,Kool Acres.
Water, a/c, s/ screens, stove,
enclosed yard, $650.
Phone:393-0483

bed, 1-bath, /bars, ceiling fans,
enclosed Yard, cable, light,
water, $800 & $650. Phone:

558-6249,328-0845,426-9136

| 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH



| 2 BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
Carmichael. Ceilings fans.
Water, s/bars, c, enclosed
yard, $660 per month.

| 393-0482/544-2113

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

2-BED, 1-BATH, c/a, water
included. Sec screens.
$650/mth, $200 deposit.
Tel 364-0411.

2-BED, 1-BATH, off Wulff
Road, unfurnsihed,

$650/mth, $375, security.
395-2802 after 6pm.

2-BED/1-BATH APARTMENT
for rent off Faith Avenue.
Fridge, stove, water included,
$750 p.m. Phone: 424-0313

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
A/C, alarm burglar bars, yard
water, included. $750 per
month, $300 security deposit.
Lumumba Lane West, Kool
Acres. Contact 324-3768,
477-3603, or 565-7023.

SEA BREEZE LANE,
semi-furnished,
fridge/stove/washer/ dryer,
central-air, water included.
$800/mth, first/last/sec dep.
Phone 429-4829, 393-0002.

2-BED, 1-BATH SPACIOUS
APT. Stapleton area, water,
security bars, cable/phone
ready. Phone: 554-7582

SPACIOUS, 2-bed, 1-bath, fur-
nished apartment. Misty Gar-
dens, Marshall Road incl: water
& security system. Monitoring
optional. $750/mth, first, last
$500 sec dep. 467-3859.

3 ONE BEDROOM APT ,
$600, fridge, stove, water, gas,
cable. First, last, sec $300.00.
3641147. °

1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT,
Johnson Road Estates. Water,
electricity, phone, cable. 1 per-
son only, $600/pm, + $200
dep. Tel 324-2124, 434-9437,
324-3667.

SPACIOUS, FURNISHED,

2 bedroom, 1.5 bath
townhouse
private area on Eastern

Road near beach washer,
dryer, stove, fridge. $975.
445-51 RSI SPL he



2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH
APARTMENT, off McKinney
Drive, Carmichael, fridge,
stove, washer, dryer,
microwave, a/c in bedroom,
water included, $750 per
month first, last and sec dep of
$300. Contact Ms Wilson at
376-5816



2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
tral-air, waher and dryer, sec
screens, automatic gate, pri-
vate parking, $850 per month,
first, last $850 deposit. Boat-
swain Rd. 556-7177.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATHROOM
APARTMENT. McKinney Drive,
Carmichael Rd, 1 child
maximum, monthly $700.
First & last, security deposit
$350, water included.
Tel: 323-2378 or 457-3864

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATHROOM,
laundry closet, refrigerator,
stove, stackable washer/dryer,
central air, monitored security
alarm, automatic gate,
intercom, enclosed patio,
cooking gas, water, cable/
telephone ready,
$925 per month. First, last
month payments & security
deposit required.
Minimum leasing period 1 year.
Located off Sea Breeze Lane.
Ph: 364-5424
Serious inquiries only

2-BEDROOM, 1.5-BATH,
townhouse, jacuzzi, granite
top, central-air and water in-
cluded. Bacardi Rd. $900/mth,
first, last, security. 428-2137.

2-BEDROOMS, 1-BATH
APARTMENT located Summer
Haven, South Beach. Burglar
bars, a/c, & water included,
$650.00 per month.
465-0907, 341-5324, 429-2388

cen-

2/3 BEDROOM recently built
apartments. Ideal Estates off
Solider Rd, Quiet new subdivi-
sion.

2 BED, 1-BATH, unfurnished,
fridge, a/c, water included,
$700: p/m, 3-bed,; 2-bath semi
furnished, huge —__siliving
space,water, a/c, wooden
blinds, garage,gas_ tank _in-
cluded, $850 p/m, low deposit,
must see.

Phone: 556-4435

1-BEDROOM APT, semi
furnished + water. Bellot Rd,
$600 monthly, $400 security
deposit. Ph: 322-5113

3-BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH
house, fully furnished, West-
ward Villas, Cable Beach,

$2,600/pm
Call 424-1030, or 327-5448.

4 UNIT APT with®
swimming pool;

2 minutes from airport,
perfect for business

group.
Tel: 565-0984, 361-7328






APARTMENT FOR RENT
2-bed, 2.5 bath

Appliances: a/c, _ generator,
electric gates, $1,300 p.m,
deposit required. Tel: 424-5683

ATTRACTIVE, CLEAN and
spacious, very secure,
Love Beach townhouse 2-bed,
1.5 bath, w/AC, washer &
dryer, alarm, cable and elec-
tricity ready, water incl. Avail
Now! Rental fees negotiable.
first, last and sec dep.
424-941 0/461-1309/327-0395.

AVAILABLE Two bed, 1 bath
apt. Malcom Rd West. Fridge,
stove, water supple available.
Cell Number: 429-2296 leave
message

BEAUTIFUL HILLTOP_ one
bedroom apartment, off Soldier
Road, fridge and stove, washer
hook-ups, burglar bars, hurri-
cane shutters, water included.
$675/month, first, last and se-
curity deposit $500 required.
677-4915 leave message.

2-BED, 1-BATH COWPEN RD
Call after 6pm, 341-7097
Fridge, stove, washer & dryer.

BRAND NEW: 1-bedroom Apt,
fridge, stove and dinette set in-
cluded, $600/mthly. Golden
Gates #2.

Contact:361-3411.

CABLE BEACH MANOR
1-bedroom apt, poolside,
$1,100. 3-bed, 2-bath apt,
dining room, private enclosed
patio, washer, $1,800.
On excellent beach, pool.
Congenial, attractive setting.
Good security, night watch-
man. Cable TV, guest lounge.
I-net wired. Water, gas. free.
Near shops, bus stop.
Call 327-7785 now.

‘COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
FOR LEASE, off Blue Hill
Road. Fenced-in. Price nego-
tiable. 326-6175.



1-BEDROOM APT, Fox Hill,
light & water included.
$500/mth, first/last, 364-8369.

OCEANFRONT apartments for
rent, starting at $1,500/pm. Call
357-3423 for more information.

CABLE BEACH
1-Bed Penthouse Loft,
Fully furnished. Cozy.

Spectacular view.
Gated. Swimming pool.
| Generator. $1,500/pm

“Tel 323- 5384:



CONDO Rent to own/Rental
Venice Bay, gated community
3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom & tv
or study. More information
Ph: 1-242-448-5021

EFFICIENCY
OFF COLLINS AVE
Water & light included
Ph: 341-7769

EFFICIENCY & ROOMS
for rent at the Dew Drop Inn.
Call 322-4260.

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY,

utilities:included: Eastern area!
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EFFICIENCY FOR RENT.
light and cable included.
$175/week, first, last required.
. No pets/kids water.
Call:392-1437/392-0810.

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: Sol-
dier Road North, furnished, a/c,
ceiling fan/bars/enced/water,
light, cable, telephone _ in-
cluded, quiet area, single male
only. $650/month, first,last plus
security, 393-1506.

EFFICIENCY FOR RENT:
Spacious, Carmichael Road
West, near Coral Harbour,
quiet area, furnished, a/c, and
ceiling fan, $650 per month,
first and last plus $400 sec,
light, water, cable included. Tel.
328-1150, or 565-8018

EXECUTIVE HOMES
NEEDED TO RENT
HOMES, CONDOS, APTS
7 (West & East Pl)
Tel:393-0868, 393-2559,
454-1230

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 Gell :

FAITH GARDENS:

2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, fully
furnished. Washer/dryer, mini
split a/c units in bedroom, wa-
ter included, very spacious,
must see to appreciate $1000/
mth, first, last and security de-

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Phone 393-8257,

457-4488, or 436-2116

FOR RENT 2-bed,1.5 bath
apartment.$1,000 per month,
$600 deposit. Central. a/c,
cable, internet acces, water,
fridge, stove/burglar bars.
Ph!341 -2737/423-0676(Link)

FULLY FURNISHED efficiency
apartment. Light.water & cable
enclosed, $650 a month. First
& last rent & $300 security off

~ Marathon.
Tel:341-3357, 393-3. V6

FURNISHED 2 BED, 2 BATH
house, $800: per month, first,
last, $800 security.. Water in-
cluded. Wash house and partly
fenced-in.

Contact 357-8042, |

1-242-359-7039,

1-242-470-5210.

FURNISHED 3-bedroom,
2.5-baths, enclosed yard,
Nassau East Blvd. Walking
distance to st. Andrew's
School, $2,000.

Phone 302-6025, or 327-0977.

NICE APARTMENT, 2 bed, 1
bathyedturnishedss : ini “Highland

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FURNISHED EFFICIENCY
all utilities included $150/wk.
. A/C FURNISHED ROOM.
utilities, TV, fridge, microwave
included. $180/week.
Phone 341 -6156, 436-6527, or
357- 4753.

GOING TO COB IN NASSAU?

Single furnished rooms, for stu-
denis only, within walking dis-
tance to COB & UWI, newly
renovated, completely en-
closed yard with superior secu-
rity. Call 225-9368, 477-2509.

~ HAIR, NAIL, BARBER
BOOTH FOR RENT
TEL 341-0420, 376-9742.

HAMPSHIRE STREET:Three
-bed, two-bath, unfurnished
townhouse avail immed.
Fridge, stove washer, dryer in-
cluded, all rooms with a/c. Bars
on windows. Off street parking.
‘Close to beach and shopping.
$1,800/mo_ utilities _extra.. To
view call 393-8809, Mon-Fri
9-5 ;

HIGH VISTA CLOSE
2-bedroom, 1-bath, $750
All the amenities (Water)

1st, last, security $400
Tel:324-9357/535-8599

HOUSE FOR SALE
3bed 1bath fenced in yard
($160,000)Net. Call 525-1654

between :
1:00pm to 6:00pm

ICE CREAM PARLOR 3

For Rent .
Fully equipped & ready to go,
Great business opportunity.
off CW Saunders Highway
$800 month, first, last, $400
sec. 558-7299/394-8739.

IDEAL FOR teachers’ or
young professionals; teachers.
2 bedroom, unfurnished apt,
includes water, 4750 per
month. Pine Yard Road, off
Fox Hill Road opp the prison.
Serious inquiries only,
7am-11pm, 364-7882

IMMACULATE one.bedroom
apt, fully furnished. Everything
included. St Andrew's Bch.,
off Yamacraw Road. $700
(with a/c $800). 423-8263.

LARGE 2-BED, 1-BATH
FURNISHED APT, all appli-
ances, central air and water.

Lumumba Lane of Fox:Hill Rd.
South.:Ph:557-1460-1460/
364-1798

LEEWARD EAST, spacious
2 bed,2.5 bath,semi furnished
_ townhouse. Including water,

$1500 per month. Call
436-0028 or 364-8664 after 6
p.m.

*LOVEBEACH COTTAGE
3-bed, 2-bath
Newly refurbished, gated,
fully furnished, beach access,
enclosed yard, patio, $2,100
¢ p.m. Tel: 424-5683

LUXURY 2-bed, 1-bath,
paelly furnished,
Soe, Gardens,
$1100/monthly. — :
458-7930. 327-8959.

NEW 1 BED, 1.5 BATH
townhouse apt: Ph: 558-1940

Telephone eaten

FOR RENT ~ FOR RENT FOR RENT - FOR RENT

MEDITERRANEO APTS is a
gated 10-unit complex located
on West Bay Street with ac-
cess to the sea. All apartments
come fully furnished, Incl: Elec-
tricity, water, cable and Internet
(including wireless). Laundry
facilities are on property On
#10 bus route, walking dis-
tance to food stores and res-
taurants.

To see pictures look for MEDI-
TERRANEO- Apartments __ of
facebook.

Studio, $1050 per month

Large Studio, $1200 per month
1-bedroom, 1-bath, $1550 per
month |
2-bedroom,
month

For availability and viewing,
please call 427-6444,
676-3275.

MILLER’S HEIGHTS
Centre Drive off Carmichael
Road. New, spacious, 1-bed,
1-bath units. Gated entrance,
Water, cable/gas ready, Bur-

lar bars, blinds, ductless units.
650/mth, first, last month and
sec required. No Children/pets
PH: 361-3093 / 376-1034

NASSAU EAST: Spacious one
bedroom, semi-furnished apt,
$630/mth, $1500 to move in.
No children/pets. Water in-
cluded. Phone 327-5472.

NASSAU VILLAGE,
2 bed apt, fan, water, bars
included. $600/mth.
Tel 393-8991/427-3426.

NEW BEAUTY SALON
$1,200 for rent.
$1,000 for lease.
Light included.
Booth rental. Low prices.
Tel:341-3914, 468-7423

1-bath, $2100 per

NEW HOPE DRIVE. Bamboo
Town apartments for rent. $650
p/m & $750 p/m respectively.
1st & last + security $500
Ph: 392-7303 after 5 p.m.

NEWLY BUILT 1-bed_ apt,
$600/mthly, first, last, $400
sec. Light, water & cable in-

cluded. Tel:434-0138.

NEWLY RENOVATED APT for
rent, water, light, cable, fridge,
stove, microwave regular
screens, 1-bedroom, $180 per
week, $600 sec dep. First, last

month required. 357- 7320,
558-8274, Sean.
NORFOLK HOUSE, Frederick

Street, executive office space,
fully partitioned.
(Ground floor: 1,672sq.ft.,
2,130sq.ft., 680sq. ft)
(Second floor: 1;568sq. ft.

- 876sq.ft.)

’ (Third floor: 2,134sq,.ft,
1,613sq.ft. 2,322sq.ft.)
Phone:322-2794.

UNFURNISHED 2-bed, 1-bath,
Kook Acres. Water included.
$700 monthly, first, last + $500
sec. 364-5443/225-0341.

OFF BLUE HILL SOUTH
1 -bed apt, $150 per week,
600 to move in.
1 2 bed apt, $225 per week
$1200 to move in. ae water
and.cable. 341-1698

OFF JOE FARRINGTON
ROAD 1-bed, 1-bath, A/C,
security bars, ceiling fans,
fenced yard, water included.
$600 p/m. 1st, last and $275
security deposit required. No
pets. 364-9476

OFFICE SPACE
Conveniently located in
the Palmdale. Ideal for

professional

service 3 rooms + bath,

AIC, electricity water &

cable included. $900 per
month. 325-8023.

ONE 2-BEDROOM APT,
Miller's Height, $650,000
-Phone: 361-5787

ONE BED APT CENTREVILLE
area water, cable
$125/wk, 1st/last +$300 sec.
550 to move-in.

Ph:326-6175.

ONE BEDROOM
EFFICIENCY.Water, light and
cabled near Stapledon
Gardens. $175 per week. First
and last week plus $200 de-
posit. Ph:466-0393 / 466-0394

ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
for rent Off Bernard Road.
_ Water, light, $500 per month,
$1000 to move in.
Ph: 426-2936 or 324-5962

ONE BEDROOM furnished
renovated apartment, security
bars, air conditioned,
near Kingsway Acaedmy,
$615/mthly
Leave a brief message if
there’s no answer.
Phone:324-8228

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, $700 per month.
Phone:341-1205/525-2743.

ORCHARD TERRACE,
BLAIR 2-bed, 1-bath fridge,
stove washer & dyer,

central air, $1000 p/m.
Tel:393-0756.



PARADISE ISLAND -
One Bed, One Bath, Fully
Furnished, Newly Rennovated,
Washer Dryer, Central Air and
all extras $1750 pm (excluding
utilities). Call 424-4960.

PARADISE ISLAND: 2 bed,: 2
bath; secure condo, attractively

.furnished, turnkey with modern

kitchen, dishwasher, washer,
dryer, pool, authorized para-
dise beach access (350 feet).
Available Sept 4th. Rent
$2,700/mth. - :

Discount for long lease.
324-1457, 393-1760, or
525-9160.

PARTLY FURNISHED spcious
2-bedroom_ apt, utilities —in-
cluded, $900 per month.
525-7176/361-7003

ROOM FOR RENT. .Males
only. Must have first and last
week's rent of $125/wk. Secu-
rity deposit of $200. Call
325-7210 or details.

. cell



PRINCE CHARLES. DRIVE:
Two-bed, one-bath, spacious
unfurnished ground floor apt
avail immed. Fridge & stove in-
cluded, all rooms with a/c and
fans. Bars on windows, secu-
rity doors. Ample parking, laun-
dry facilities on site. Close to

schools/ shopping, $750/mo.
includes water. Other utilities
extra.

To. view call 393-8809, Mon-Fri
9-5.

RECENTLY BUILT 1-bedroom
apt w/fridge, stove, central air,
water included, blinds, lacated
in Millers Heights. $650 per
month.

Tel 468-5221/ 324-6240.




Gack ISAACS )
REALTY

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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
Ocean ‘views from terraced
community on West Bay St.
Lovely 3-bed 3 bath home with
pool. $4,500.00 Web Ref:
34809

SANDYPORT COTTAGE: 3
bedroom, 3 bath property is
conveniently located in the
gated community of Sandyport.
andy canal beach private
dock. Notable features; ; spa-
cious kitchen, covered carport,
screened in porch, alarm sys-
tem and 2 central air units
servicing each floor. $4,500.00
web Ref:42609

JACK ISAACS

REAL ESTATE

CALL: 322-1069
info @ bahamasproperty.com
‘www.bahamasproperty.com

HOUSE:

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
Market St :
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT
Seabreeze.
Telephone 557-8069.

SEABEACH Estates. Two Bed
2 1/2 Bath Apt with Sea View,
AC/ Burglar Bars, Alarm, Pool,
Washer and Dryer and loft
$1,700 pm (water included).
Call=|327-3152

SEMI-FURNISHED efficiency
located in the Carmichael area.
Asking $600 per month.
Call 544-6000/ 426-3027 or
361-0722.

Serious Enquiries only.

SEMI-FURNISHED
bedroom apt, light & water in-
cluded, a/c, security’ bars,
$650/pm, first & last month.
466-0200, 341-6548.

SOUTH BEACH
2 BEDROOMS, 1
BATHROOM FULLY
FURNISHED, WATER
INCLUDED, VERY SPACIOUS
AIR CONDITION IN BOTH
BEDROOMS
FULLY SECURED.
ELECTRIC GATE
$800.00 PER MONTH
FIRST,LAST MONTH AND
$600.00 SECURITY DEPOSIT
REQUIRED,
PHONE 393-8257 OR
393-9288 °
AFTER 5PM 457-4488 OR
436-2116

SPACIOUS 2-BED, 1-BATH
APARTMENT located on
Malcom Road West.Centrally
located near Golden Gates
Shopping Centre and _ public
transport. Immaculate
condition, high ceilings,
kitchen,dining and living room,
fully tiles, b/bars,ceiling fans,
a/c, cable and telephone ready,
water included. $725 pm, $400
security’ deposit. ‘Ideal for
young professional or married
couple. No pets. Call 325-8689
/422-4943 after 6 p.m.Please
serious inquiries only

SPACIOUS 2-bed, 1-bath apt
in quiet location. Marshall Rd

semi-furnished, fridge, stove,
microwave, washer, ceiling
fans, a/c, & security barstel/ca-
ble readt $750p/m. Water. in-
cluded. 1st, last + $500 s/d re-
quired. Serious inquiries only.

one (1)

Tel:
361-3125,359-1989,466-8897

SPACIOUS 2-bed, 1-bath apt,
a/c, throughout security bars in
quiet area, off Carmichael. Call
466- -4360(hm),: -392-5898.

SPACIOUS 2-bedroom
alarm, water c/fan, quiet area,
off Carmichael Road.
$725.00 /mth, deposit $400 .
sec. 327-6050, 428-5061.

SPACIOUS, _2-bed, 1-bath
completely furnished | central
a/c apartment.
ties include water, gas, wash-
ing facilities and enclosed yard.
$900/month. Venice Bay,. off
Bacardi Road. 1st/last plus se-
curity. Call 364-4636

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
townhouse style, furnished
washer/dryer, central air, cable
and telephone ready, water in-
cluded. Colony Village East,

near private high school, shop- 3

pinh plaza. Ideal share for pro-
fessionals.
Tel: 324-6182/557-2555

2-BED/1-BATH -APT, Marshall
Road enclosed yard/water/se-
curity bars/a/c, ceiling fans_in-
cluded. $600/pm, first, & sec,
341-7773.

Other amenti-.

THE TRIBUNE

classifieds @ tribunemedia. net

FOR RENT

STAPLEDON GARDENS.
2-béd, 1-bath including fridge,

stove, water and gas $650/mth,

$350 deposit

EFFICIENCY, fully furnished
wt leh $600/mth, $350 de-

Telephone 356-5794/431 -0691



HOUSEKEEPER, M-F, $200
pw, Bahamian citizen or
resident only. Ph: 429-1069
leave message

STRESSED!!! watch the

beautiful sunrise and sunset on
Yamacraw Beach and view of
pond daily. New beautiful
1-bedtoom, 1-bath, ceiling fan,
phone ready security bars,
fridge, stove., water, a/c
included. $650/mth
To view call 426-5665,
323-1083, or 324-4683.

THREE BED, TWO BATH
house for rent,
$1,200 /month w/option to buy.
Phone 433-8143, 362-1364.

THREE-BED, TWO-BATH fur-
nished townhouse, _ including.
fridge, stove, washer, dryer
Avail Sept. Bars. on windows,
a/c in all rooms. Off street park-
ing. Close to_beach and shop-
ping. $2,000/mo utilities extra.
To view call 393-8809,
Mon-Fri, 9-5.

TRAVELING to M.H. Abaco for
social/buSiness _
looking for clean safe place
$135.00 daily,
full kitchen/satellite.

Tel 242-367-3664/367-0333,
(Cell)458-5137.

TWO 2-BEDROOM APT,
Sandiland Village Rd,
water/a/c/cable included.
$700/mth.
Townhouse $775/mth.
Tel 364-4770(H), 323-5649.

TWO BEDROOM APT '

Water and light included.

Cable available $700/mth.
Phone 322-9368/cell 556-3136.

TWO BEDROOM APT in
- Stapledon Gardens, $650
monthly. Tel 359-2644,

_ 324-4360, 364-3742.

TWO BEDROOM, unfurnished
apt, water, a/c and burglar bars
included, first, last and sec
required, '$700/pm.
434-0938/361-3291.

TWO-BEDROOM APT, unfur-

nished Sandilands Village
Road, ceiling fans, burglar
bars, laundry, water -included.

$700/pm, first, last, sec dep Tel
326-5136/427-12122, Eddie.

UNFURNISHED 2 BED.
APARTMENT. Romer Street,
Fox Hill Road, $650. First and

last; $500 security deposit.

Ph:364-3912, 324-3296

2-BEDROOM,
furnished apt.
move in ready,
Beach Estates.
225-4433.

YAMACRAW SHORES, »-
nice 2-bed, 1-bath. Upstairs
w/balcony. ‘Short walk, jog to

the beach.
Phone:324-3139, Ferguson

1-BATH, fully
All. utilities on
St Andrew's

$900/pm



THE TRIBUNE



FOR RENT.

UNFURNISHED HOUSE
FOR RENT
Angel Road, Eastwood
Estates, near Sans Souci
entrance $1,250.00 per month,
utilities not included
Spacious, secure 3 bed 2 bath
house, family room and indoor
utility room and enclosed
landscaped yard.
Contact J. Smith at 362-7303,
433-6186 or 393-4857

WEEKLY RENTAL
Attractive, quiet, fully equipped
one bed Apts in Blair. A/C, TV,

internet, parking, laundry.
Near downtown & PI.
$250- $350/week.
394-1711,565-7283.

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

YAMACRAW SHORES
semi-furnished one
bedroom/one bath, central-air,
security. bars, washer & dryer,
security system and water in-
cluded. First and last month
rent + security deposit.
Tel 359-1746, or 324-1532
after Spm.

1 BEDROOM EFFICIENCY.
Light, water and cable in-
cluded. Move in special.

Ph: 392-3415

FOR RENT

Telephone 322-1986
E-mail: classifieds @ tribunemedia.net :

WANTS

TO SHARE

2 BEDROOM, Rockcrusher
area. $140 a week, $500 to
move in. All utilities includéd.
Female, one child only.
Ph: 544-8529



2-BEDROOM APT to share
single person need to inquire
$300, first, last + sec.
Partly furnished. Tel
326-4256/544-2401, 395-4084.

HELP WANTED

CARWASHERS NEEDED
Excellent salary!!
Need dependable, homes &
reliable carwasher.
Flexile hours.
Interested person need only
apply. Willing to start ASAP.
Phone 428-7038, 465-3731.

HELP NEEDED
Persons to care for an
edlerly/invalid person. Light
housekeeping required. Must °-
furnished references.
Call 445-6500

MAID WANTED to work 3 days
per week.(35-40).
Phone: 677-5208

LICENSED BOAT CAPTAIN
wanted in San Salvador
Full time. 6 days per week
charter on motor yatchs. For
details send application,
resume and references
To jlem381340@ aol.com call or
fax 1-758-459-0357



1 ROOM IN FURNISHED
house Adastra’ Estates 10 mins
away. from COB $750p/m
-Light, water cable/int. Ph, ac-
cess to vibe ph. Fully enc .yd.
C/fans, s/alarm $1700 1st, last
and sec. Fam. Island college

students preferred. Ph.
426-0407.

1 EFFICIENCY OFF
CARMICHAEL RD, $600 p.m,

unfurnished,$650 p.m.
furnished. Light, water & basic
cable included,no
children/pets. Phone:466-9760

1-BED APT, Baillou Hill Rd.
opp Family Guardian.
Unfurnished, light, water in-
cluded. No kids, pets $500 p/m
Ph:364-8082/544-6585

HOSTESS WANTED
Weekly salary plus tips.
Call 225-1114

HOUSEKEEPER - Person to
do all housekeeping chores
and assist with cleaning aprt-
ments. Excellent cooking skills
is a must. 6 days a week refer-
ences required from employer
that you have worked for in

similar position. Call:393-5014.

INSTALLATION COMPANY
needed a Family Island
. Project is interested in
employing a reputable
installation company for
thermal protection.
Interested candidates can
submit their resume by email
to: shuna @ overyondercay.com



1-BED/BATH APARTMENT,
Faith Gardens, water,
stove/gas/fridge, microwave,
cable tv, internet. $700/mth,
$450 sec dep. 341-5918.

1-BED/1-BATH furnished,
w/fridge, stove, gas, light,
water, cable access, washer,
dryer, bed set
Eastern area. $1,000/mth. *
Phone 364-6489, 357-3409.

1-BEDROOM, off Bethel Ave,
secured,
cable included, $675 per mo
nth.First & last.$1300 sec. Ph:
323-8211

2-BEDROOM semi-furnished
$700 per month. Colony Village
East. 676-2733, 326-3825.

2-BEDROOM APT for rent. ©
Tel 393-1208.

furnished, water, light, |

POSITION WANTED
QUALIFIED BIOLOGY &

HEALTH SCIENCE TEACHER -

TEL 341-0550, 525-1486,
448-7485

MAID WANTED
Please call 1-242-334-2361.

PART-TIME MUSIC instructor
needed to teach elementary
students. Must have at least

two years teaching.experience

and a clean police record.
References required,

Please telephone 394-4783 for

more information.

PLUMBERS NEEDED
A Family island Project is seek-
ing to hire a few skilled plumb-
ers for short team. Interested
candidates can submittheir |
resume by em-mail to: ‘
shuna @ overyonderscay. com





HELP WANTED HELP WANTED HELP WANTED

NAINTENANCE MAN
for apartment complex.
Must have good gardening
and painting skills and some
knowledge of masonry,
carpentry, plumbing, electrical
and roofing. 6 days a week
references required from
employer that you have worked
for in similar position.
Call 393-5014.

OFFICE ASSISTANT
NEEDED
Requirement are twenty five or
older have good oral and
written skills. AComputer liter-
ate Quick Books and MS Word
and Excel a must. Call
328-0718 between 9 a.m- 2
p.m.

MAID NEEDED to work 5

days. Please call 554-9388

MAKE-UP ARTIST NEEDED.

PLEASE CALL
326-2588, or 424-8091

SENIOR ACCOUNTANT
An offshore company, located
in Nassau, Bahamas, is looking
for a Senior Accountant.
Reporting to the Director of
Administration & Controller, the
Senior Accountant will be
responsible for supporting
financial reporting on the
Company's operations,
treasury” activities including
weekly cash management pro-
jections. Other responsibilities
include accurate and timely
accounting for cash sales,
accounts receivable, fixed
assets and maintaining sub
ledger accounts.

Qualifications: This position
requires a seasoned _ profes-
sional accountant with a CPa
designation or equivalent. The
incumbent should also have a
minimum of 5-10 years of
relevant post designation
experience in the field of
accounting or finance, with a
solid understanding of interna-
tional accounting principles,
including GAAP and IFRS. The
candidate must be a _ team
player and have excellent writ-
ten and verbal communication
skills and possess strong com-
puter skills, including _ profi-
ciency in Microsoft Word and
Microsoft Excel. The success-
ful candidate — will be a
self-starter with the ability to
work within strict deadlines, be

flexible in order to adapt to
changing requirements and
possess’ excellent analytical
skills.

The Company offers a com-
etitive ~compensation
enefits package and provides

the opportunity for personal

growth and development.

How to apply:

Send your resume by

September 10, 2010,

to:h_resources2010 @hotmail.c

om
We thank all candidates for
their applications, however,
only those selected for an
interview will be contacted. We
would kindly appreciate no
phone calls.

SUCCESSFUL DELI |
seeks Kitchen Helper ;
Telephone 376-4440.

and:

SENIOR CONSTRUCTION
MANAGER
Successful candidate must
have a minimum of 25 years

on-site experience in high
volume, high end_ residential
construction industry with focus
in seniot management.
Bachelor of Technology

degree, Structual Engineering
degree, or equivalent with
‘focus on Project Management
required. Strong leadship skills,
and a detailed background in
all aspects of construction,
including site coordination,
hurricane code compliance,
computer scheduling, material
procuremnet, and purchasing
are a must. Successful
candidate will take over day to
day management. operations
og a multiple site construction
business and report to the
directors of the company. Send
resume to: P. O. Box N1968,
Nassau, Bahamas, Attention:
Senior Construction Manager
Position

SPORTS BAR
INTERNATIONAL -
is naw hiring Barmaids and
Part-time Cook.
Tel 324-1222, Mrs Davis
Fox HIll Rpad, two bildings be-
fore St Annes School.

Urgent Help Needed.
1 kitchen helper

1 cook
Call anytime after 4 pm
393-4613.

WANTED

Live-in maid able to speak and
cook. Philipino foods. Write to
P.O.Box N-621

MAID NEEDED. Call 327-5670

WANTED: Aid for blind child in
Abaco. Collage educated in
special blind needs. Must know
how to use the Braille em-
bosser. Know how to read and
type contracted Braille, Nymeth
Code and Abacus. If interested
respond to 1-242-366-0431.

YOUNG. LADY WANTED to
work hot dog cart. Please all
341-2762 and leave message
with name and phone contact.

ESTABLISHED SECURITY
FIRM needs full time
SECURITY OFFICERS
to work shift positions
Candidates must be literate.
Transportation is a plus.
Bahamians only need aply.
Intersted persons should
contact 393-2162.

' FULL TIME POSITIONS
AVAILABLE AT TRENDY
PARADISE ISLAND STORE.
Seeking stylish and upbeat
personality candidates with
several years of retail clothing
experience. Must have BGCSE
or equivalent in Math and Eng-
lish. Computer skills needed.
Salary will commensurate with
experience. Please send
resume to naspie @ yahoo.com

LIVE-IN MAID needed. ,

Please mail-legal status}s=. :

resume & police record.
Apply Box: N-1429, Nassau.

ABACO BIG BIRD POULTRY
FARM BAHAMAS LTD is
looknig for three farm
labourers. Please contact us at
242-367-7004

AVON

Buy, Sell or Sign-up.
Telephone:
361-5556, 429-4922
kempcorp @hotmail.com

BE APART OF A DYNAMIC
OPPORTUNITY to launch your
career in the beauty Industry.
Hair Stylist/Nall Technicians
needed. Tel: 323-4881,
455-6450, 456-6851

BIG SHOTS restaurant and
sports bar need 3 bartenders.
Apply in person Need NIB and
photo ID, must be honest and
reliable. Phone 356-7416.

CAPE SANTA MARIA BEACH
RESORT, LONG ISLAND,
SOUTH BAHAMAS
Looking for a Food & Beverage

Supervisor.
“Experience in a supuervisory
position required.
“Supervising a staff of up to 20
people
“Must be a team leader & have
excellent communication skills
“Full time position.
Contact Ms Castelsky at
242-338-5273 or
ewa @capesantamaria.com
fpr more information.

BUS DRIVER NEEDED FOR
ROUTE #7A (NO A/C)
Call 323-5519, 525-7936

BUS DRIVER NEEDED
Serious inquiries only.
Good benefits
424-6288364-4815.

COMPUTER COMPANY _ is
looking for suitable qualified
persons to fill the following po-
sitions:

Warehouse Administrator
Responsibilities: Provides sup-
port to functions of the ware-
house. Knowledge of computer
parts is essential.

Minimum Qualifications:

2 BGCSE, high school di-
ploma, Microsoft Word and Ex-
cel, good writen and oral skills,
telephone etiquette,minimum of
2 years in related field.

Salary: Commensurate with

qualifications and experience.

Email resume to:

techpositionsavailable @ gmail.
com

TWO HANDYMEN WANED at
Sands Block Co Rock sound
eleuthera Salary $175 per

week. Call 1-242-334-2647. -

_ POSITION —
~~ WANTED
CERTIFIED
NURSE ASSISTANT
Certified child care seeking a
job in any or this department
Contact:467-2822/448-1918,
468-9758.
“MATURE LADY seeking _
job as full time housekeeper,
baby-sitter, live-in, live-out,
days worker. Phoné 395-5973. +

LADY WITH spousal permit ‘

seeking days or babysitting or '
housekeeper. Tel: 544-3382



MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2010, PAGE 29

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POSITION
WANTED.

LADY seeks live-in days work,
Saturday & Sundays.
Cleaning, baby-sitting, etc.
544-7753.

MATURE HONEST, reliable
lady, seeking live-in job.
Call: 432-3053

MATURE LADY seeks
days/weekly or live-in work to
care for elderly person or
children. Call:552-0962.

PCT (PATIENT CARE
TECHNICIAN) with wound
care experience seeks job as
caregiver for physically
challenged individual.
Call 423-5075
Tel: 326-4545(H)

SEEKING JOB
Housekeeper or day work or
* babysitter. Call 454-2403

SPANISH LADY looking for
live-in/live-out work. Call
327-5670.

YOUNG LADY looking for job
as waitress or cashier. Serious
inquiries only. Call 454-0865.

LADY SEEKING days work
babysitting or taking care of the
elderly. Call Sheryl at 436-8715

LADY SEEKING JOB, live-in
housekeeper, babysitter or
elderly. Call 434-7852

LADY seeks days, weekly eve-
ning & nightly Live-in job.
395-9571.

LADY seeks job as days work,
baby-sitter or janitor. Tel
361-7384, or 426-6255.

EXPERIENCED RELIABLE
YOUNG WOMAN willing to
work seeking for the position
of housekeeper to look atter
the elderly or children. Please

contact 392-1018 ~

LADY LOOKING for
housekeeping days work.
Available to work Saturdays
and Sundays only. ~
Please call 454-3492



LADY SEEKS JOB as house
babysitter. day or night. .
Call 433-6402



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ROLLS’ EELCTRONICS
Specialized in internet wiring
and set up installant of cable

and telephone wire in new and
old homes. We also install TV’s
and home threatre and do all
major computer services
Ph: 427-7461 or 426-5674

TERRIFIC TUESDAY
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THE BEAUTY ZONE EMPIRE
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HAIR CLASSES & NAILS
CLASSES Available.
Everything including.
Booth also available.
Call for more details.

Phone 431-9030, or 558-7211.



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455-9575.
MONDAY MADNESS
SPECIALS
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Cheap cake... $25.00
Tammy Taylor $25.00
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Kinky Twist i

Relaxer...

Phone 324-7883

INTERNET - Turn $10 a month
into $10K a month....no strings
attached.

Apply at:

‘pocketwealthi @gmail.com

TELEVISION, COMPUTER,
washer, dryer, fridge, stove
repairs. NFusion, Viewsat
Sonicview programming.
| link systems in stock on site,
pick up and drop off service.
395-0087.

AVAILABLE PLUMBER
AVAILABLE ELECTRICIAN
Call 364-2776
For quick friendly service
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Specials
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building next to Carpet World.
Telephone 434-8060.

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airbrush white. $45.00

Also specializing in exotic
color airbrush, tammy taylor,
cheese cake nails & stiletto
nails. For more info call
323-3681 or 467-0981
Ask for Necie!!!



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!!

PAINT PERFECT
Paint/Pressure Cleaning
No job too big or small
Call Jay, FREE quote
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$40.00
Designed, Relaxer,
Treat,Clip,Style $30.00
Weave $50.00 and up
Lace Cap Application $20.00
Eye lashes $10.00
Phone: 322-2801









BUILDING A HOME OR
APARTMENT?
Need a hassle free, reliable
contractor. Call Symonettes
* Construction (356-LOTS)
356-5687

CJ FLORAL HAVEN
Wedding packages available.
Chair covers w/ Tie Back +
Draping etc
Tel:341-1917/357-3665

DOG HAIR CUT/TRIM/CLIP

T-SHIRT SCREEN PRINTING
Special Prices
Portable Swim pool, 10 x12,
On sale. Must go
Ph:393-2733

ELECTRICIAN SERVICES

House wiring, lights, fans,
receptacles and
24-hrs service calls.
Call me for a FREE quote,
465-8373.

EVENT PLANNER
Christmas parties, Kids Parties,
Showers or just a romantic
evening. Leave the headache
to us from your setup to your
cleanup. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Tel:341-1917 or
357-3665

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HAVING PROBLEMS with

your Computer?
Can't get online?

Virus problems, software
installation & hardware.
Computer keep freezing up?
Don't worry we'll fix it
Starting price $40
Tel: 242-454-8173 ask for Cliff.

HEN’S LANDSCAPING

Major tree cutting
Hurricane Special.
Call us now!
392-4691, 433-2482.

NEW ROOF OR REPAIR,

Decks, porches, dry wall,
carport, storm shutters, office
desk, general construction.
chain link/wood fenceing,
interior, exterior painting.
Tel:525-7257.

TUITION

BOXING WORKOUT with
Ray Minus Jr.:
Wulff Rd Fitness Classes and
one on one work out
Ph:356-531 2/433-4937

CHILDREN'S WORLD
LEARNING CENTER
PRESCHOOL & NURSERY
NOW REGISTERING



Tuition:

Nursery $160/pm, $45/pw
Preschool $140/pm, $40/pw
Te:325-6505/364-6238

Aug 16th-20th, 2010

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Private Pilots Course
Instrument & Commercial
Theory

535-2484. Ea oy- ae





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were excellent THANK GOD!!
Register now at
L.A.T Learning Institute.
324-3383.

AFTERNOON SCHOOL
TUTORING PROGRAMME
at the Meridian School.
See your child excel this year.
. For more information

225-4178.

NAIL CLASSES
Space is limited.
Payment plans available.
Call 356-7075

"HAIR & NAILS
EVERYHING INCLUDED
Ph: 322-2801- 565-8190

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WORKSHOP
for Beginners Ages:8-10
Begins Saturday September 11

(PRE-Registration a Must) .
Tuition refund for participants
of 2011 Easter Spanish
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Call 394-34-3481

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Ages: 10 month-2 years.
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Phone 322-5321, 456-2398

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a presumptive notice in regard
to the properties attempting to

be sold in Huntington. North
end Long Island.This acreage

is the property of the Smith

Family and is poised to be
returned to its legitimate owner.
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ARTICLES
FOR SALE

KITCHEN ITEMS FOR SALE
Telephone 341-3707
after 6pm.
2.0cu.ft. refrigerator, $150.00
30” gas stove w/upper & lower
oven $240.00
Electric dryer $250.00
Water cooler $40.00
Pantry $140.00
33" dble sink w/faucet $75.00

SCRUBS 4 LESS

Has Pace uniform in stock.
Limited supply!!!
Bring this ad and get $5.00 off.
Phone 341-7909/468-5730.

New PS 2 W/MEMORY CARD
$200 ono
Ph 322-1986 ask for Mr Bain

FOR SALE
2 used. women's” watches
Techno Marine $250.00
Movado $300.00 =
Used New Wave Oven $100
Call 473-3417

FOR SALE
Attractive Hurricane Shutters
Build to order for double win-
dows $190.00
Single $100
Ph: 426-8704

FOR SALE
Baby pack ‘n play travel sys-
tem & carrier & entertainment
center -
Dell desktop 2400 COLO PUNE:
all like new
Tel 361-5382

FOR SALE
CENTRAL-AIR: SUPPLIES
3-ton air handler &

_ 93-ton condenser in
new condition, $1,700.
Phone Allen 433-8217, or
445-7221.

FOR SALE Custom-made
bedroom set 100% wood
made in The Bahamas,

10 years warranty.
323-6540.

FOR SALE
MAC LAPTOP $1,600
DVR +Camperas $800
Entertainment centre-$350
Ademco alarm-$250
Freezer $350
Call Mrs Lopez, 525-5019

FOR SALE
New! Couch $400
Fridge/Freezer $1,000
Dishwasher $400
Color TV Set $300
Kitchen table/Chairs $100
Ph:327-8706/376-1323

COMPUTER WITH FLAT
SCREEN $450 TEL: 380-8068
ANYTIME

FOR SALE
WEDDING GOWN
Champagne colour silk w/ivory
lace bodice. Lace coatee in- ¢
cluded. $2,000. 376-1042.

FOR SALE
12 cu Frigidaire refrigerator &
30 inch stove
Dell desktop 2400 computer,
all like new
Tel 361-5382

XEROX WORK CENTRE
C24 4 ink $140.00 each.

S560. Ph 448-9208.



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32” FLAT SCREEN TV (used)
$475.00. Tel 556-7960.

32" FLAT SCREEN TV
$575-$689, order now!
Satellite Direct TV Box
Programme 2M, HBO, Cinmax
Sho-Time $350.00

Long Range Phone $595.00
Cell Phone by order $75.00 up.
We deliver.

Call 556-7960.

FOR SALE
Fridge (apartment size) $200
Stove 30” $300.00
Both in good condition.
Ph:454-7497

FOR SALE
5-pc brown wicker furniture set
$2,000 obo. Tel 225-0957.

USED COMPLETE central air
new bathroom pedstal
356-5794, 431-0619.

USED 416 CAT BACKHOE
engine (low hours)
Imported from USA, $3,000.
Phone 424-6668.

BLOW OUT STORE SALE
Up to 75% off Books, School
Supplies, Bookcase, Furniture,
Computer, POS, No
reasonable offer-refused.
Ph:324-5136
Email:106eastside @ gmail.com

2 END TABLES,

COFFEE TABLE (glass top).
Mint condition $100.

364-4118, 10am to 5pm.

PATIO SALE

GARAGE SALE
Very good deals!!
12-disc changer $175
X-box plus 5 games,
model), $100
Microwave (large size) $100
Car cover, steering wheel lock,
2-car stands altogether $90.00
19” TV Emerson $100
Used laptop Dell $400
426-2467, 445-5326.



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CLASSIFIED



FOR SALE
Blackberry Curves, perfect
condition. $180-$250
Ph: 425-5056 or 535-1988

PORTABLE MASSAGE
TABLES $375
Brand new. Includes carrying
cas® and heacki rast:
Contact: 376-6299



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‘Conylortable Laing

Begonia Home Model: Spacious open living
with a charming front porch, A perfect starter
home with a master ensuite and two bedrooms,
featuring a separate shower and double vanity.

. Saffron Home Model: This exquisite abode
offers the option of one or two storeys, each with
two bedrooms and two and a half bath. An oversize
master ensuite awaits you with a walk-in closet.

HOUSE
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(5 Townhouse
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Adama Hunt 535: 6764
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Patricia Edgecombe 376-1849
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and photo tours can be seen

on our website.”

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Gardenia Home Model: A delightful home
for a small family or couple. This beautiful home
offers comfort with two ensuites and easy access
to living areas. Also, featuring a large car garage
and ample storage.

Senna Home Model: Absolutely one of the
favorites - simple yet stylish with wrap-around
porch.A perfect choice for a growing family with
twa/three bedrooms and two bath.

Marjoram Home Model: A warm welcome
awaits you when you step onto the front porch at
Marjoram. The shuttered double windows, four

bedroom, two and-half bathroom large family home.

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Coriander Home Model: Inviting and serene,
generous two-storey home with oversize porch.
Three spacious bedrooms and-three-and-half
bathrooms. The master bedroom has a master en-
Suite. with his and hers walk-in closets.

www.info@wateredgebahamas.com

Vincent Pratt 468-0767
vincent@wateredgebahamas.com
Val Edgecombe Smith 424-4448
val@wateredgebahamas.com

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style home, a spacious treat with four bedrooms,
including a master ensuite and bath: Added storage
and separate laundry also available.

Tansy Home Model: This stylish family home
offers open living, separate laundry room and 2-
‘car garage. Provisions are available fora back patio

for great entertainment. Featuring a spacious master .

enusite and two bedrooms and bath.

Sage Home Model: Living at Sage enables you-

to make the most of the outdoors. Pretty verandahs,
porches and rear decking. Sage is a lovely four
bedroom, two-and-half bathroom family home.

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Jasmine Townhouse Model: Colonial style
shutters and verandahs beautifully frame this picture
book home. Two single-family units within this
gorgeous two-storey house. Two bedrooms, two

. en-suite and half bathrooms for each unit.

(242)

Fax: 328-

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Dandelion Townhouse Model: A eared
that is ideal for your investment dream. The outside
appearance presents a homely look which gives
this duplex a unique appeal. Featuring 3 bedrooms
and 2 baths per unit.

Elderberry Townhouse Model: Classic and
cozy living space ‘with laundry area, separate study
and large walk-in closets. Featuring huge bathrooms
with whirlpool tub, shower and double vanity. |
Seung two bed, two bath per unit.

Hibiscus Townhouse Model: Escape to a
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and large master ensuite. 2 bed 2 bath per unit.
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Spacious living areas with its own attached garage.
Offering two ensuites each for ultimate privacy
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#4458 Ocean Club
Residence

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$4,070,000

Enjoy luxury living in this turnkey Fourth Floor
3 bedroom 3.5 bathroom Residence. The views
of the Ocean Club Golf Course and Nassau
Harbour are stunning. The Residences provide
access to a private beach club and an on-site
marina. Offered Fully Furnished.

Commercial: .

#4173 - Union Court - Reduced for Quick
Rental! 737 sqft,3rd Floor Union Court north
penthouse on Elizabeth and Shirley St. Two sepa-
rate offices with two full bathrooms. Secure build-
ing close to hospitals and downtown Nassau.
$1100 p/m including CAM

#4291 - Shirley Park - 1200 sqft office space just

east of town. Large front reception & 2 private
offices. $2200 p/m.

#4426 - ‘Elizabeth on Bay’ 2nd floor executive
office. 1,345 or 2,855 sq ft available. Tenant respon-
sible for fitting out and air-conditioning. Rent
$25 + CAM $10 per sq ft per annum.

Family Islands:
#4284 - Buccaneer Beach, Grand Bahama - 2.75 ~
acre multifamily lot is in the subdivision of

‘Buccaneer Beach West, just outside of Freeport.

$49,000.

#4446 - Governor’s Harbour Beach Front - 13,500
sq ft Located on the North side of Eleuthera along
Banks Road near Governor's Harbour. $245,000

#4362 - Cape Santa Maria - Across the road from

Beach on North Long Island, these large acre plus
lots have deeded beach access. $268,000.

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Lot 36 - $19,500
Lot 37 - $19,500
Lot 38 - $19,500
Lot 48 - $19,500
Lot 49 - $19,500
Lot 57 - $15,500
Lot 59 - $17,500
Lot 60 - $17,500
Lot 62 - $18,500
Lot 63 - $18,500
Lot 65 - $17,500
Lot 72 - $18,500

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Only 28 lots remaining! Buy a lot today for your vacation home,
retirement home, or simply a future investment. This subdivision is situated
in an area known as "Bull Patch" minutes from the Tarpum Bay settlement.

With road access direct to the stunning Winding Bay Beach, this is the ideal

place to have your island retreat. Cool Brease is just minutes away from the
settlement of Tarpum Bay where you will find all your amenities! Fly into
Rock Sound airport on a short flight from Nassau. Nine Multifamily Lots
are still available. Subdivision approvals have been granted. All infrastructure

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5830 SKYLINE DRIVE

Immaculately landscaped and situat-
ed on almost 2 acres of land, this
property is a must see! Located in a
well-established neighborhood this
property host both a main residence
and guest cottage. The 3,221 sq. ft.
main residence offers 4 bed, 3.5 bath,
open living areas, large kitchen with
breakfast nook, office, sliding doors
overlooking a lovely pool & covered
verandah with walk-over bridge, and
covered carport. Other features of this
prperty include gym room, 3 water
heaters, alarm system, generator, pri-
vate & well water system, shutters,
storm drains and outdoor atitomated
lighting system. $925,000

5808 MACKEY STREET

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Loaated in a prime commercial area
with high visibility for pedestrian and
vehicular traffic. Situated on an
enclosed yard with chain-link fenc-
ing this building features two levels.
The ground floor of this two storey:
building consists of a clothing bou-
tique, wash room, office, three
changing rooms, storage room&
kitchenette. The second floor consists
of a hat boutique, beauty spa with
Jacuzzi room, accessories store, nail
salon, kitchen, powder, bathroom &

“storage room. Other features include
central a/c, security bars on win-
dows, customer parking at the front
of building. Call Today! $675,000

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5780 CHARLOTTEVILLE



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Well designed 4 bed, 3 bath home ina
gated community offers a/c units, hot
Water heater, 24-hr security, swimming
pool, tennis courts andmore! $620,000

3 bed, 3 bath fully fumished
canalfront condo. offers spectacular
views, large private boat slip, assigned
and extra guest parking. $475,000

5794 HIGHLAND PARK

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Spacious 4 bed, 3 bath family home in
desirable neighorhood offers open liv-
ing area & kitchen, large enlcosed
yard, automatic generator. $465,000

Beautiful 3 bed, 2.5 bath townlhome fea-
tures fully equipped kitchen, central ac,
walk-in clase, washer & dryer, hurricane
shutters, pool & beach access! $458,000

the highly
desirable gated community of South
Ocean Estates. Lot offers ur

utilities and 24-hour security. $155,000

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home is located in an established gated
community, Feautures spacious living area

include patio, pool, parking. — $399,000

5357 DODGE ROAD

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Spacious 3 bed, 2.5 bath well maintained
family home feature hard wood floors,
ductless units, covered patio, large pool &
deck, 16KW generator $395,000

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Tastefully furnished 3 bed, 2 bath
waterfront condo. Condo has fully
equipped kitchen, washer & dryer
and aspacious patio. $399,000

5641 CHARLOTTEVILLE

“This 23,242 sq. ft. residental lot is located
inan exclusive gated community. Features
inlcude 24 hr security, clubhouse, tennis
court, pool & outdoordeck — $372,000

5797 WESTWINDS

Locatec|ina gated community, this lot meas-
ures 60’ x 100’. Great location to build your
home, amenities include 24hr security,
pool, tennis courts. Call Tocay! $112,000



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Thisexecutve 1 bed 1 bath luxurious condo

features marble flooring, plasma saeen ty,

_ BOSE sumound sound. Amenities indude

conderge, spa, gym, pool. $750,000

Elegant 4 bed, 3.5 bath home in private
community. Features include spacious liv-
ing areas, apen kitchen, pool with jacuzzi,
luscious landscaping & more! $875,000

4923 CHIPPINGHAM

Excellent six-unit apartment complex.
This building has been freshly painted
and has lots of parking space. Great
Investment opportunity. $450,000

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Situated at the end of a cukdesac. This
19,917 sq. ft. lot is the last vacant lot in this
nice and quiet neighborhood with well
maintained homes. Call Today. $179,000

Wondarul 7,597 sq. ft. comer lot in gated
community of Charloiteville. Amenities
include controlled entry,recreational areas -
Clubhouse, tennis courts, pool! $158,000

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5733 Mt Vernon: This newly renovated and beautifully furnished 4 bed, 3 baths
home features a spacious living area, generator, a pool and patio. $3,850/pm
5593 Perpall Tract: This comfortable 2 bed, 2.5 bath apartment is tastefully & fully fur-
nished. Apartment is centrally located & available for immediate occupancy$1,800/pm
5773 Prospect Ridge: This canalfront 3 bed, 3 bath townhome has been fully renovated
features. open living area, Maytag appliances, private pool, 2-car driveway. $5,900/ pm
5551 Eastern Road: Unique 3 bed, 3 bath two story home with fireplace and
wet bar, open patio, study, double carport, and storage room. $6,500/pm
5781 Coral Harbour: Canalfront 3 bed, 2 bath renovated home offers Bulkhead for your
boat, brand new kitchen supplies & furniture, swimming pool, enclosed yard.$3,500/pm
5778 Sandyport: Canalfront 3 bed, 3 bath condo is fully furnished, spectacular
views, boat slip to accommodate up to 30 ft. assigned ‘& guest parking.$3,500/pm

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5696 Port New Rovidence: Oceanfront 4 beds, 2.5 baths townhouse has wooden
floors, hurricane resistant windows, pool, tennis courts 24hr secourity.US$5,000/pm
5710 Port New Providence: Canalfront3 bed, 3.5 bath townhouse in gated community has brand
new fumishings, flat screen tv; amenities include pool, tennis court, marina & boat slip $4,000/pm
5818 Easter Road: Immaculate 3 bed, 3 bath home situated on cul-de-sac features spacious living
area, fire place, gazebo, alarm system, pool. Offered fully fumished.$3,950/pm
5825 Balmoral: Brandnew &(ully furnished 2 bath, 2 bath condoin gated community. Amenities
include tennis center, swimming pool, exercise gym & billiards room.$3,300/pm
4363 Westward Villas: Fully fumished 2 bed, 2.5 bath features wooden floors, recessed light-
ing, central a/c, built in stereo & television system, washer & dryer, back patio. $2,000/pm
4536 Love Beach: Brand new oceanfront 2 bed, 2.5 bath townhouse features open plan
living & dining areas, marble floors, fully equipped kitchen, central a/c, balcony.$3500 /pm

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Ocean View Lot
3752

Multi-family lot of 165 ft. x 90
ft. with ocean views and
deeded beach access locat-
ed in Love Beach.

$450,000 Gross

Nautica Townhome
for Rent 3717

Beautifully furnished 3 bed/2.5.
bath in gated community with
24 hour security, pool, kids
playground. Children and
mature pets welcomed.

$3,850 per month

SANDYPORT CANALFRONT RENTAL 3740
Partially furnished. 3 Bed/4 bath home in
gated community with-office/4th bedroom, standby
generator, air conditioning and hurricane windows:

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Unfurnished $5,000
Furnished $5,500 per month
Partly furnished 3 bed/2 bath :
{ Bimini model in gated com- SN . Soy SS
munity, with hardwood floor-
ing, wooden decked patio, 2
utility sheds and optional 4th

bedroom/office.

$369,000 Gross

Treasure Cove Home 3642

Eastern Road
Rental 3751

Ocean View Lot 3652

Elevated 14,839 sq. ft. prop-
erty off Eastern Road offers
wonderful views. of Montague
Bay and the surrounding
Bahamas Cays, cleared and
partialy enclosed.

$275,000 Gross

Beautifully furnished 3 bed/3bath eastern home with swim-
ming pool, gazebo, fireplace, central air-conditioning, alarm
system and much more! $3,950. per month

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landscaped yard, pool with
covered patio, standby gener-
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more!

New price
US$369,000 Gross



700 sq. ft. downstairs office space on Dowdeswell St. with
parking. Excellent central location in a highly trafficked area.

$1,500 per month

Cable Beach 2563
Ocean West & 1308
Condo 3695

Furnished 3 bed/2.5

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Brand new furnished 2
bed/2.5 bath in western
gated community.

$2,500 per month

(242) 325-3000

bath townhouses near
beach. Interior Unit -
$1,800 per month End
Unit

$1,800 per month

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Canal Front Gem
at Old Fort Bay 3722

Luxurious fully furnished 5 fg

bed/5 bath home with top of
the line finishes, swimming
pool, fountain, 60 ft. dock, in
gated prestigious community.

$3,790,000. Gross

Oceanfront Estate in
Exuma 3601

Fully furnished 2 bed main &

house with 1 bed cottage on
1.4 acre estate with beach,

dock and boat lift, 22' Glacier fs

Bay power catamaran and
much more! _

US$1,750,000 Gross

Eastern Road Oceanview
Townhouse 2110

Beautiful 3 bedroom/3 bath- .
room Oceanview Townhouse |

in gated complex.

Great price at
US$359,000 Gross
Also for rent at $3,000 per month

Ocean Club Estates 1695

Fully furnished luxurious 5,579
sq. ft. 4 bed 3.5 bath family
home overlooking lake and
golf course with a1 bed 1 bath
guest house and so much
more!

$3,700,000 Gross

Treasure Cove 3432

Fully furnished 3 bed/ 2 bath
Eleuthera model in gated
oceanfront community with
large pool and patio.

$360,000 Gross

Martina McSweeney
Sales Agent _



- Treasure Cove 3728

Fully furnished 3 bed/2
bath home in ocean-
front gated community
with office/ 4th bed-.
room, granite counter-
tops, hardwood floors,
siainless steel appli-
ances and more.

$3,300. per month

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These beautiful ocean view parcels
ranging in size from 20,000 - 45,000
sq ft are located in Line Bay close to
Salt Pond Settlement.

Starting at $120,000 gross

One of 3 lots for sale either individual-
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Cozy 2 bed/2 bath condo in nice,
quiet neighbourhood.

3 bed 2.5 story townhouse
located on the waterfront in the
gated community of Delaporte,
Cable Beach.

Offered at $3,200/mth

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Quail Roost Ridge #2136 This cozy 2 bed/1 bath unit is located in a quiet area’ in the East. Offered at $1,450/mth EXCLUSIVE !
Harold Road #2131 Commercial rental $650/mth

Greenwood Road #2039 1 bed, 1 bath apartment $800/mth

Winton Meadows #2093 Charming 1 bed, 1bath furnished unit $800/mth

San Souci #1359 Ideal 1 bed, 1 bath apartment $850/mth

Coral Harbour #1021 2 bed, 1 bath, 1,500 sq ft units $900/mth

Carmichael Road #1253 Commercial rental $900/mth

Village Road #2004 1 bed, 1 bath apartment in central location $1,000/mth

Winton Heights #1184 Fully furnished 2 bed, 1 bath $1,100/mth

Blair Estates #1756 This spacious duplex has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and is located in the quiet community of Blair $2,600/mth
Collins Avenue #2148 3,000 sq ft ground floor commercial space $4,375/mth

Sandyport #2160 3-story 2,220 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms $7,000/mth

Dicks Point #1888 Fully furnished 2 bed, 2.5 bath waterfront condo $3,250/mth

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Bahama Harbour, Andros #1967 Large residential single family lot, 10,000 sq ft $19,500
Gilpin Point, Abaco #1637 Residential lot in gated community, .48 of an acre $55,000
Pinewood Gardens #1907 Vacant lot, 5,000 sq ft $69,000

Chazon Estates #1655 Residential lot in gated community $117,000

Yamacraw #2095 Large residential lots, 9,053 - 9,213 sq ft $120,000

Perpall Tract #2089 Commercial lot, 1.05 acres $650,000

Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera Great investment lots, 80 x 120 $15,000

Bahama Sound, Exuma #2161 Two adjacent lots with infrastructures, 4,000 sq ft $48,000.
Grand Bahama #2139 This 12,921 sq ft residential lot is located in Grand Bahama. $55,000
Hillcrest Subdivision #2025 Elevated duplex lot, 6,533 sq ft $85,000 s
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Quality: living at a reasonable price.
- New 2 bed, 2.5 bath 2,000 sq ft units!
This western community located next to
Charlotteville features two large master
-bedrooms with walk in closets, ensuite
baths: and a-den/ home theatre. Other
features include a modern kitchen,

Oceanfront 3 bed, 4.5 bath home situated on renow' :
Road. Offering 2,500 sq ft of professionally decorated and ele--
gantly furnished living space. Home includes an open living - Pee : ae
and dining room, family room, den/study, laundry room and , wood HOt. SPIE and 18 callings:
fully equipped kitchen with granite countertops, maple cabi-° “4M nis-and volleyball euite, obyseund
netry and quality appliances. Luxurious master bedroom fea-: i and. 24° hour security. Rentalecsram
tures a private patio and an ensuite bath boasting Jacuzzi tub. 33,500 per month. Prices inclusive of
and separate shower. Tropical landscaping and gardens sur-
round the large pool and deck. Totally restored to its grandeur.
Close to St. Andrews. Call Marilyn for viewing!

Price $1,200,000

awaits. It’s called
- Neptune’s Nest and like the mythological god, it feels like a
«fairy tale rising from the sea. The 117-acre island lies in the
praise Berry. Islands where fishing and diving are still
* boast-worthy. Offering spectacular diving, championship
-sports fishing, seclusion and privacy. Trimmed in beach-
-‘front, it has sheltered anchorages on three sides and eleva-
“tions up to 50 feet. A choice of two airports nearby! A
breathtaking piece of paradise with survey, marine & devel-
, opment plans awaits a proud, new owner. Contact,

Marilyn. with Den $499,000

Unit with Home Theatre $525,000
3 bed; 3.5 bath Units Starting at. $549,000

Price $11.9 Million

on: Coral Harbour Bs
pectens 4 bed, 3.5 bath 3,000 sq ft
ome located in the West. Private

Turnberry Lot #25 ES

Large 20,929 sq ft lot located in the western community of Turnberry. Amenities.include pool, abel" landseaped gardens, parking:
tennis courts, clubhouse and 24 hour security. Affordable association fees. laundry facilities. Quiet

; « Neighbourhood. Fully furnished.
Pr ice $250,000 $3,000 per month

: Buen Retiro

Shangri-la in Port New Providence ~ Newly renovated 3 bed, 3 bath
2,500 sq ft centrally located home
off Shirley Street. Furnished with all

appliances, was Suen A/C,
enclosed back yard and large patio.
For residential or commercial use.

$3,000 per month

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condo on Paradise Island, Furnished

pool, autematic gates, central A/G
stand-by generator, additional

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Beautiful 4 bed, 2.5 bath 3,000 sq ft home 3 bed, 3 ensuite bath 3,650 sq ft well designed

located in a high sought after location in Architect's classic colonial charmer. Featuririg.
Westward Villas. Newly. renovated, this lovely cedar lined walk-in closets, an Island kitchen

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Penthouse with magnificent ocean views.
This spacious 7th floor 4 bed, 6.5 bath pent-
house is located within this western gated

scommniinity: “Offering 4/480 + 3q ft of living
arge terraces, 32X14’ and:

space including two
51X14’. Featuring a superb master bedroom
with walk-in closets, his & her bathrooms, a
large family room, tray ceilings, fully equipped
modern kitchen with granite countertops with
an outdoor kitchen perfect for entertaining.
Fabulous community amenities. A must see!

Price $2,290,000

home includes living and dining rooms, T.V.
lounge, spacious kitchen with pantry, bedroom
office/nursery and-laundry room. Additional
features .include cedar closets, ceramic tile
throughout, split A/C systems, hurricane shut-
ters, large carport, and an alarm system.
Offering a relaxing garden area and swimming

ool with large covered patio deck. The home
is fully furnished. The lot size is 98' X 100'.

Price $565,000

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With separate breakfast nook with views of the
gardens and patio. Wooden ceilings through-
out adding a touch of elegance and. natural
warmth. All tiled floors ond atios. giving an
inviting and fresh look. Complete
accommodate a 60 ft. yachts: bi

ultimate of private gated communities,
New Providence. Call Marilyn. rs

Price $1,545,000°*

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_ Two & three bedroom condos ranging from 1,990 - _
_ 4,135 Square feet. Amazing views of the harbour,
golf course & ocean. Dock slips from 30 - 80 feet :
- available in the private marina! The community —
of Ocean Place there are 79 luxurious suites. i
_ Each suite contains many different features..
_ From in-suites security with the ability to. monitor |
events remotely to the travertine tile’& 10 ft ceilings ©

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CAVES HEIGHTS STARTING AT $695,000

PRICELESS. VIEWS!

The perfect location for both ocean views to the north &
lake views to the south an an elevated lot steps froma
powder beach. Caves Heights is the final phase of a 30
‘acre planned community where phase 1-5 are sold out.

COLUMBUS COVE STARTING AT $419,000

SUNSETS ON LOVE BEACH }
| creat’ buying opportunity!
Get involved in a very high end :

condominium project on the | :
beautiful white sandy coast line”

Gated, secure, traditional construciton using the finest
materials and quality craftesmen this development by a
proven developer is destined to become one of the top
addresses in Nassau..Multiple pools and waiter features,

of Love Beach. This 1,426 sq ft,
Se 3 bed, 2 bath ground floor. unit
= is part of a gated, pool & beach |

state of the art gym, tennis court, jogging path, gazebo,
| paved lit pathways, panaromic oversized balconies with
’ great views, waterfall feature, and many more luxury
- features. With-4 styles of condominium to choose from
- from 1,800-sq.ft. 2 bedroom to 4,500.sq.ft. penthouses
f there is sure to be a style & budget that meets your taste.
For Sale # 3845, For Rent #4137.

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DENCES STARTIN NG AT $2,500,000

PIvE STAR TESLA Lewin!
~ Ocean Club Residences and Marina.
Tropicai splendor and the ultimate in
luxury privacy & service define this final
opportunity for a condo residence within
Ocean Club Estate. Ownership brings
a host of exclusive priviledges as well
' as the undisturbed five star living in
unspoiled surroundings. Lush green
landscaping, Tom Weiskopf golf course,
_a private marina, private.beach club,
fitness center, family & adult swimming

pools, 24 hour security, additional

: front development that is nearing
& completion and will be finished |
| to a very high standard.

PALL PVOLLDD

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‘New Office For Lease Island lane ° Canal Front Restaurant For Lease $1,800 Ocean View



Condo For Rent Island Lane 3

556 sq feet $1,400 p/m new fit out. With lots of p/m 700 sq feet inside and approximately 700 sq bedroom 3 bath $3,750 p/m. Residents have access

parking and within walking distance of bank, post
office, gym and four restaurants.

feet outside on the canal. to boat dacks, beaches, pools, terinis courts. Wie
Bally Gym and bank nearby.



‘Canal Front Apartments For Rent | to 2



New Canal 263 Office For Lease oi Canal Front Office For on

Buckner Sq. 644 sq feet $1,450 p/m new fit out. Buckner Sq. 928 sq feet $2,200 p/m With lots of bedrooms from. $2,000 p/m. Residents have access
With lots of parking and within walking distance of parking and within walking distance of bank, post — - to boat docks, beaches, pools, tennis court. With
bank, post office, gym and four restaurants. office, gym and four restaurants. Bally Gym and Bank nearby.



Canal Office Front For Lease Buckner Sq. Lot For Sale with outstanding Front Single Family Home For
742 sq feet $1,600 p/m. With lots of parking and views down the grand canal and with over 225 ftof Rent This 3 storey home with 3,400 sq ft of living .
_within walking distance of bank, post office, gym ‘ canal frontage. Build your dream home and moor space is well designed from every aspect, featuring

and four restaurants your boat. $998,000. four bedrooms, 4.5 baths, an open plan $7900 p/m.
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Mount Vernon 1032 - 2 bed, 1 bath furnished
apartment, water included in rent. $1,500 p/m

Sandyport 1058 — 2 bed, .2 bath furnished
| canal front condo. $3,300 p/m

Oakhill Road 1063 — 1 bed, 1 bath furnished
apartment. $1,200 p/m

Spacious open house on a 100" x 126' lot ina This well built 2 storey, 4 bedroom home is
quiet cull de sac central neighborhood! Open loved and cherished for years. Tropical perched hillside on a 16,300 sq. ft. lot in the
dining, living room and kitchen greets you in breezes flow through the oversized covered charming community of Ridgeway and has gen-
this fully equipped home. Covered patio, pool, po and every detail has been added to this tle prees sowing throu sh Be neh goons and
Jacuzzi and deck area are just a few of the out- home. This large lot is over 17,000 sq. ft. and ee og Lined sRecte BO. rote cont arm
side amenities. In laws in town? Home has a 1 fully enclosed. Enjoy a dip after along day in col anda T bedroom etest Goltaee fs et hit
oe doeeuehde for unwanted La etALishek: cated and tranquility in extra income! Home is a must see and a true

Priced to sell at $397,500 community. $692,000

Coral Lakes 1013 - 4 bed, 4.5 bath furnished
home on a large lot with pool. $3,500 p/m

Rawson Court 1056 - 3 bed, 3.5 bath fur-
nished waterfront condo with pool. $3,500 p/m

Skyline Lakes 1037 — 2 bed, 2.5 bath 2 storey *
furnished townhouse in a gated complex with

Fourplex 6042 mâ„¢ Eastern Road 6055 pool. $2,300 p/m

Sandyport 1051 — 4 bed, 3.5 bath furnished 2.
storey canal front penthouse. $4,000 p/m ns



LAND FOR SALE








; Whale Point, Eleuthera (130’ x 152’ lot,

Completely renovated and attractively upgrad- owner financing available for qualified buy- *
bath units and one efficiency unit on a 60' x 100'] © Jed three story, three bedroom, three and half 22,000 sq. ft. property boasts over 225 feet of ers) $49,000 :

lot. 1 bed, 1 bath units rent on a month to month bath condominium features hurricane resistant ocean frontage. Hardwood floors, enclosed ’
basis for $650 per month, 2 long term tenants are windows, new kitchen cabinetry, stainless steel yard, efficiency apartment and huge basement, ‘i % z
in place. Efficiency rents for $480 per month. appliances, energy saving air conditioning, new which can be converted into an apartment or Venice Bay (multi family lot) $115,000.
Rent includes water. Property is located off tiles and neutral carpets, recessed lighting, and wine cellar. Property with this much water

Carmichael Road on Palm Breeze Drive in a} _ more. Situated on the finest beach on Paradise frontage is about non existent. House needs Coral Harbor (130’ on canal) $215,000
multifamily area. Property Island! renovation.
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Palmdale (60’ x 143’ lot) $310,000



Fox Hill 6046 Rose Island (Gorgeous beachfront sea to sea
100’ x 200’ lot. 27’ vessel included in
price.) $350,000






Charlotteville (63’ x 126! corner lot)
$154,000






Oakridge Road (126’ x 374’ lot with clear
views Bs Lake Cunningham) $245,000



South Ocean Estates (109’ x 137’ lot)
$120,000 ;

Affordable livin “in ood condition! The spacious kitchen, open living and dining room Two Story condominium in quiet Skyline . , r . .

Recently Cue fe 2 bed. 2 bath wth their high ceilings, and the pale balcony off Lakes Sc otmplex in Wartera New ech aa Road (123’ x 294’ residential lot)
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At this price. it won't last long! and tropically landscaped grounds and gated access. rants, grocery stores and recreation areas. tial lot) 387,000

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SELECT INVESTMENT PROPERTIES
(242) 393-6225
PARADISE ISLAND
. This luxury condo is located on Paradise Island.
An open plan living and dining room and three ensuite
bedrooms. A very large private terrace with direct access

to the zero entry pool! Private parking, well equipped
gym. Listing #351



DANIELLE PYFROM - JULIE D’ARVILLE-.
VAN WYNEN ’ : CLEARE













Offered at: $850,000.00
dvanwynen@lowesrealty.com










Skyline Heights Wonderful family
home located on hilltop and built for enter-
taining.S beds and 3 baths it is a steal.
Listing #1 aalexiou@lowesrealty.com




Love Beach Brand new Columbus
Cove condo ! 3 bed. 2 bath unit Great
opportunity!Priced to scll!! Listing #154
jcleare@lowesrealty.com

Offered at: $520,000.00

Retail/Office Space—East Bay St
Great space available on East Bay St.
High traffic plaza appx 1,700 sq ft avail-
able end unit, upstairs & downstairs.
Please Call for more information.































Sandyport: Just constructed Tommy
Bahama Cottage 4 beds 3 baths and beach-

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Harbour Island This magnificent} |
front!!! Listing #327 ie

beach front home enjoys amazing views of |
the sunrise. 6 beds and 5 baths.
Listing # 238 :

Offered at: $5,100,000.0

Sandyport On the canal in a gated com-
munity with 24 hr security, swimming
pools, tennis courts and playground. List-
ing #360 dvanwynen@lowesrealty.com





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2 bed 2 bath home in quiet neighborhood, furnished with lovely garden
Asking $2,500 per month



Harbour Bay—Lightbourne Lane
Two bedroom rental close to all amenities including
food store, beach, restaurants. Minutes from Harbour
Bay and Paradise Island.

Safe and family friendly neighborhood. Listing #381
Offered at $2,300.00 per month
_ dvanwynen@lowesrealty.com



e Paradise Island, 3 bed. 3 bath, single floer conde in gated
property. . :
Asking $695,000 :
e Ocean’ Club Estates, 4.670 sq tlbome with designer kitchen .
pool, generator, 2 car garage. and much more!
Asking $4,600,000











Yamacraw rental Qvo storey aparunent with close proximity to schools and
shopping Asking $2,000.00 per month.











2 bed 2 bath townhouse en Pacadise Island with pool is ready to rent close to
Atlantis facilities and beach, Asking $2,500.00 per month







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Appraisal Services / www.cachristie.com / sales@cachristie.com
Tel: 242-677-8100 / Fax: 242- 677-8104 / US: 1-305-600-3357
West Bay Street, P.O. Box N-8245, Nassau, Bahamas

OFF CARMICHAEL #3599 CORAL HARBOUR #3994 Rental CORAL VISTA #4066











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8,000 sq ft
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Subdivision -
$135,000
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New 3 bed 2 bath house in quiet neighbor- —
hood. Tiled throughout, ceiling fans, wood &
cabinets, separate living room, Jacuzzi and
walk in closet in master, garage, patio.
$260,000. lana@cachristie.com 357-7698
*SPECIAL OFFER
Nine .(9) lots from
3/4 acre to 2 acres
Price from $20,000 to $150,000

Two (2) five (5)acre tracts
$250,000 each.

HOOPERS BAY,
EXUMA
Just three (3) miles northwest
of George Town
Contact: George A. Smith







Stylishly furnished 3 bed 3 bath house
with loft. Enclosed yard w/ deck, duct-
less a/c, s/s kitchen appliances, washer
& dryer. Rent $3,500pm

ide 2 bed 1 bath deed-
ed time share unit for week one with
amenities offered at Atlantis. $40,000
Contact Bryant Bethell 376-6996 :

Almost new
and down. Ample parking, developed
area, high visibility, high traffic. $755,000
Contact Craig Clarke 395-6661

































Land for salé,
located just
outside George
‘Town. Water
front access,
part of a 6 acre

arcel. Great
for multi family
or vacation
homes. Please
call Lana 357-
7698 for details
and arrange-
ments for view-
ing. $95,000 per
acre.











































Well maintained 4b 3b house Grove West,
Commodious with huge living/dining room
and kitchen. Canopy parking, large back
ue ident for entertaining, generator.










Exclus
bed 1 bath apartment; spacious, high ceil-
ings, ductless a/c unit, ceiling fans and
appliances. $154,000 Call Shelly Archer
454-0098 :

Imagine sitting on your balcony with a 180 §
degree view of the ocean from your totally
refurbished 6th floor 2 bed 2 bath condo. f
$729,000 Call Lana Basalyga 357-7698




















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Brand new, 4 bed 4.5 bath, executive home
with 3.700 sq.ft. of canal front living
Kitchen top of the line, each bedroom with
ensuite bath, sun deck, outdoor Jacuzzi,
other fine feature. Rent $6.800 pm





















Â¥ Prestigious address at Ocean Place on the
Harbour. Modern 3 bed 3.5 bath condo with over
1,300 sq ft of balcony overlooking the harbotir
and ocean. Top of the line finishes, private ¢
tor, and more. $15,000 pm, Also for sate.

Gracious 4 bed 3.5 bath furn. waterfront
villa. Enclosed private gardens, deck and
N pool. Near beach and restaurants. $6,500
pm. Call Cheslie Christie

SST LTT

§ Great 2-storey 4b 4b house with pool on
$ the canal, beautiful hard wood flooring,
§ modern appliances, guest cottage over 2
car garage Reduced to $2,675,000 Contact
Craig 395-6661

SKATE TNE

A diamond in the rough! Lovely split level
4 bed 3 bath house designéd for comfort,
relaxation and entertaining. Many fine
structural features. $2,100,000
lana@cachristie.com 357-7698







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Enjoy the benefit of waterfront living,
this unique art deco home. 3 beds 3bath, 30°
cathedral ceilings. deck, open plan living/
kitchen and more. $1,200,000. Also for rent.






4b 3b house with enclosed back porch, 2-
car garage, open plan living/dining/family
room. In good condition. $365,000 Contact
Berndette.






Tastefully decorated 3 bed 2 bath house.
Features pool.alarm system, central a/c, ceiling
= fans, washer & dryer. Pool cleaning, garden
¢ maint, and cost of alarm system included. Rent

EXCLUSIVE - Each 2 bed /1 bath. Open plan
kitch., brkfst counter, liv/din rm, inside utility
closet. Air/con, wide patio. Easily accessible
from JFK Drive. Great rental potential!





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3b 1,929 sq ft, Two 2b/2b Excellent
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BAR 20 #4011 Comm. Bidg 1,800 sq ft in high traffic area $1,500 pm.

Bay Street Shop space near Straw Market Upstairs 3,200 s/ft. Downstairs 3.200 s/ft. Call for details
Cable Beach #4061 Beau refurb fully furn 2 bed 2 bath oceanfront 6th floor condo in gated complex. $2,400 pm
Carmichael Rd #4075 3b 2b charming spacious furnished home, enclosed yard Rent $1,800 pm
Coral Harbour #4068 Canal front 3 bed 3 bath lovely furnished house $4,000pm

Dowdeswell #3921 Comm. site 780 sq ft, high profile area. Rent $1,400 pm

Mt. Vernon 2b 2b fully furnished apt with pool, patio, lovely trees $2,000 pm

Paradise Island 3b 3 b furnished condo on Harbour in gated complex. Great sea views. $5,500 pm
Paradise Villas #1586 2 bed 1 bath furn. Townhouse. Balcony, patio, pool, laundry. $3,000 pm

South Ocean #4038 3 bed 2.5 bath furnished house in gated complex. $3,000 pm

Treasure Cove #3863 Beautifully furn. 4 bed 2 bath house, open plan, patio. $3,000 pm







VACANT LAND

Coral Harbour #3994 Multi family 8,000 sq ft in Riviera subdivision $135,000
Freeport #3959 Open zoned lot on Sunset Hway $175,000

Gladstone Rd #3777 Triplex lot in Victoria Gardens 7,353 sq ft $92,000
Golden Gates 1 #3912 Reduced for special sale! M/F 5,000 sq ft. All utilities are in place. Close
to schools, shopping, and other anienities. $75,000 :

Highland Estates 10,000 single familyt lot. Only one left. $180,000.

John Claridge Sub. s/f 80 x 120 owner financing available $120,000 :

Lyford Hills #3151 Beautifully planned gated community S/F 7,000sq ft starting at $141,000
Oak Hill Road 1.7 acres lakefront. An awesome location for executive home and guest house. A
must see. $995,000. sey :
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WEST BAY STREET #1617 Beachfront 5 bedroom $ bath hame. Main house plus

guest quarters and 2 bedroom guest apartment above a 3-car garage. Enjoy sea views and the
convenience of the beach at your back door, OPEN TO OFFER. US$3,600,000.

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#567 On the center island (called Harbour Island),
facing south over the widest point of the harbour, this
waterfront fot is 2,737 sq. fe. and approx. 52 fr. wide
on water by 49 fe deep. US$160,000.
George. Damianos@SothebysRealty.com 242.362.4211
LorTs & ACREAGE

#439 ELEUTHERA, OLEANDER GDNS. incredible seaviews. $50k.
#4910. ELeuTHera, Grecory TOWN 75 acre waterfront $85k.
#5684 Eveutuera, Gov. Han. Airport Beach! acre. Asking $450k.
#367) Agaco, ScHooner Bay Waterfront lot on hbr. US$1 60k.
#5675 Crus Cay 2.069 acres, harbour. Make offers! US$599k.







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WINTON MEADOWS 45751 Impeccable,
well-appointed 2,$00 sq. ft. 3 bed 2.5 bath home.
Top of the line appliances, granite counters, pool,
Jacuzzi, gazebo, fine furnishings. $475,000.
Monty.Roberts@SothebysReaity.com 242.424.4944

_ #5642 OR ance HILL Crceanview 32,170sf multifamily lot. $470k.

#5625 Sareron Hn Ocean view 10,548 sq.ft lor $520k.

#5680 Rosé IsLanp Sea to sea $3,350sf hilltop fot. $180k,
#5429 Rose Istanp [6 Acres sea to sea. house & cotrage. $ém.
#4094 ELeuTHERA, 717 ACRES SEATO SEA 8,090 feet of beach.



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Vitta #4: 3 bed 2% bath 2,700 sq. fe, 2-car garage,
heated pool, cabana. VILLA #2: 2 bed-i bath, 1,900 sq.
ft. PLUS guest cottage. US$I.[m. Open to offer.
Samira.Coleby@SothebysRealty.com 242.376.6248




ROSETTA STREET #5721 Street to street
28,850 sq. ft. corner lot, 130° on Rosetta Sc, 202° on
Montrose Ave., {50° an Murphyville Rd. Rare com-
mercial opportunity in Palmdale. $1,160,000.
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ROSE ISLAND 85680 Four hilltop lots offer
picturesque ocean views as far as the eye can see
and calming sea breezes. Each lot is approximately
{3,350 sq. ft. sea to sea. $180,000 each.
Samira.Caleby@SothebysRealty.com 242.376.6248
RENTALS
#3634 Caste Beach Lovely 2b 2b, seavinws, pool. Gated. $2.500.
#462) Devarorre 3b 2 cownhse, seaviews, poo’, Gated. $3,000,
#5739 BALMORAL 2b 2b, gated. pool, tennis, gym. playground. $3,300"
#4742 Sanpyrort Canalfrant 4b 3.Sb tawnhse, dackslip. $4,000,
#5716 CABLE BEACH Pristine, furn 3b 2.5d townhse, gated, $4,180,





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Duying Opportunities

Member of The Bahamas MLS.,.another reason to list with us,





#2227 Beachfront 3 bed 3.5 bath 2,200 sq. ft. apt.
on Cable beach. Zero-entry poal, fitness center,
tennis courts. Gated community on 405 feet of

white sanc beach. NEW PRICE USS$I.195m.
Virginia. Damianos(@SothebysRealty.com 242.322.2305



BLAIR #5710 Fully enclosed. 3 bed 3% bach exec-
utive home. Family room, central ain tile floors. Lush,
mature garden with fruit trees, covered patie and
pool. 2-car garage and 25KVY generator. $549,000.
Virginia. Damianos@SothebysReaty.com 242.322.2305






















NEW LISTING ~ ELEUTHERA
RAINBOW BAY #5743 Nestled into 2
oversized lots with sea to sea views this private
1,700 sq. fr. 3 bed 2 bath home is surrounded by

mature crees and vegetation. $389,006.

_ Jonathan. Morris@SothebysRealty.com 242.557.7917

HSO2! Sxyiene Dr. 3b 3b exectitive home, pool, 3/8 acre, $5,000,
#2178 Love Bescn Beachfront $b Sb home. guest suite. $6,500.
#2961 Sanoypart 5 4.5b executive home. Furn. Dock. $6,700.
#4172 Ocean Crus Res. 3b 3.5b harbourfront. Furn. $9,500,
#5438 Lyroro Cay 474 home, {/} cotage, studio, pool, $12,000,



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PARADISE ISLAND #5338 Casa DELEON Opulent
9,500 sq. fe. residence with |20 feet of sandy beachfront, featuring
25-foot atrium with floor to ceiling windows fooking out to
the infinity pool and the ocean beyond. Five bedrooms 6.5 baths



and every possible luxury with Travertine floors,Wolf and _

‘SubZero appliances, state of the art Media room and Crestron
home automation touch pads. World-class golf, tennis, Beach
Club and marina. NEW PRICE. Offered exclusively by
Monty. Roberts@SothebysRealty.com 242.424.4944

NEW ~ NEAR COMPLETION
OLD FORT BAY #5723

3,500 square foot 4 bedroom 4.5 bath home on the canal in

Brand new well finished

exclusive gated community. Enjoy the privacy of this Jush
corner lot. A spacious guest cottage is situated above the 2
car garage. Exclusive gated community with tennis
courts, playground, beautiful beach and. Clubhouse,
Lyford Cay. sell. $2,800,000.

near Priced to

Richard. Sawyer@SothebysRealty,com 242.424.9792

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BEST PRICED LOT IN OCEAN CLUB
PARADISE ISLAND #5233 Large lot - 27.437 sq. ft. with
surrounding houses ranging in price from $3.7 million to $20 million,
Ocean Club Estates residents enjoy golf, tennis, restaurants,
Beach Club and the Atlantis and One and Only Resort
amenities. THIS BEAUTIFUL LOT WAS USS$1.5m
NOW REDUCED TO US$I.2m. MAKE AN OFFER.

Ridley. Carroll@SothebysRealty.com 242.424.5801

Old Fort Bay

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FORT BAY #5690 Monrasue IsLaAno
Exceptional canalfront fot js camprised of 18,163 square

feet and is situated at the end of a cul-de-sac. With over
200 feet of canal frontage this lot is one of the best prop-

OLD

erties available in Nassau'’s hottest community. Excfusive
gated community with tennis courts, playground,
beautiful beach and Clubhouse, near Lyford Cay.
US$995,000. Offered exclusively by
Nick. Damianos@SothebysRealtwcom 242.376.1841

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WATERFRONT ~ OCEAN CLUB

PARADISE ISLAND #4810 OceAN CLUus RESIDENCES
Unparalleled tropical splendour and the ultimate in privacy to be






enjoyed at this professionally decorated and fully furnished
3 bed 3% bath 2,900 square foot 5* floor apartment with outdoor
patios offering bay and ocean views. The large master bedroom
affords beautiful harbour views with direct access to an outdoor
patio. All of this plus a 45-foor boat ‘slip. US$3;950,000.
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SAPODILLA Cofonial style 3 bed 3.5 bach beautifully appointed
home sits on a 14,974 sq, ft. canalfront loc in this prestigious gated
community. 2,700 sq. ft. of interier space, 12 foat ceilings, coral
stone floors and an open plan kitchen concept with breakfast
nook and founge area opening out to a large covered patio. Exterior
features include a relaxing patio, a sparkting swimming paol, boat
dack and gorgeous views of the canal. USS$2,500,000.
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VENICE BAY: 10,000 sq. ft. canal iot. $125,060.
NSO07099

8 OLD FORT BAY: 15,717 sq. ft. canalfront lot with
7. dock, seawall and nearly completed pool. $766,000.
NSO7150 ,
CHARLOTTEVILLE: Choose from a selection of home-
sites in this gated community. Starting at $160,000
ST. ALBAN’S DRIVE: 1.25 commercial/residential
property. $740,000. NSO7089




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XS MQ N “s ss 8 EASTERN ROAD: 17,000 sq. ft. residential lot com-
EASTERN ROAD OLD FORT BAY plete with all utilities. $275,G00. NS06473
. : . : LYFORD CAY: 30,000 sq. ft. canalfront jot with fully
3 bdrm/3.5 bath Contemporary with pool is located Beautifully crafted 4 bdrm canalfront home is brand new serviced dock. $2,300,000. NSO7107

just across from the sea. $675,000. Ref. NSO7090 = and nearing completion. $2,800,000. NSO7069
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Body parts
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12-foot catch

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW
By EILEEN CARRON

JUST AS the deep sea fish-
erman was about to cut the
hook from the shark’s wide
open mouth and let him go,
out jumped a human foot.

“Everything was intact
from the knee down,” said
Bahamian investment banker

Humphrey Simmons, “it was
mangled, but there was still
flesh on the bone.”

“That ended a day of fish-
ing for Mr Simmons and his:
two companions who spent
most of the morning trying
to get away from sharks.

By the time the unusually
heavy Tiger shark was landed
at the Defence Force’s Coral
Harbour base’ and his dis-
tended body cut open, the
body of:a man, minus his
head, was found: The leg that
the shark had regurgitated
was theman’s left leg. Inside
was his severed right leg, two. .
severed arms and a torso in
two sections.’

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mons’ 10-year-old daughter
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PRICE — 75¢ (Abaco and Grand Bahama $1.25)

Thousands of
dollars of
public money
stolen after
oficial ted
ln, robbed

By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net



A FAMILY Island admin-
istrator and his son were
attacked by masked gunmen,
tied up and abandoned in a
terrifying ordeal that result-
ed in the theft of a significant
amount of public money ear-
ly Saturday morning.

Acklins administrator Gre-
gory Knowles was gunbutted
and his 16-year-old son’s life
was threatened by the two
robbers armed with handguns
who attacked them in their
home when they returned at
around 12.30am after being
out on Friday night.

Mr Knowles was hit on the
back of the head with a gun
and the armed robbers stole
$200 from him as well as his
cellular phone when raiding
his house.

They went on to threaten
to kill his son if the local gov-
ernment official did not dis-
close the code for the gov-
ernment safe. ;

The armed men then forced
Mr Knowles and his son into
their car at gunpoint and they
drove to the island adminis-.
trator’s office at the govern-
ment complex in Mason’s Bay
where they forced them to
open the safe.

“They took a large sum of
cash and cheques,” Assistant
Commissioner of Police
Glenn Miller said.

_ “It appears they took
everything inside.”

The robbers then-drove the
father and son down a track
road in a bushy area, tied
them up and left.

It was-not until after 3am
that the pair were able to free

no, sign that another-shark

had fought over the body. It.

is believed that the man had
drowned before the shark
swallowed him.
Mr Simmons, of Cable
Beach, a banker with Xan-
thos Investment, and his two
deep sea fishing. companions

foot Tiger shark into the Coral Harbour Base after fishermen observed

it regurgitating human remains.

— Keith Ferguson and Stan-
ley Bernard — left Marshall
Road, South Beach before
6am Saturday in Mr Simmons
30-foot Pursuit, “Azulardo.”

“We went 35 miles south

of Nassau and started fishing
about 7.45am,” said Mr Sim-
mons. “After about 45 min-
utes we pulled up a fish, and
a shark took it.

“We left the area and went

two miles further south and
let out the lines again. Keith
pulled up his line and before
reaching the surface the shark

_ had broken the line.”

The weather was calm
with winds about 4mph blow-
ing from the southwest.



“T always watch that before
I go out,” Mr Simmons
laughed. -

Trying to get rid of the
sharks; Mr Simmons moved
again, this time about two to

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’ themselves and walk to the

Acklins police station, Mr
Miller said.

Police then found Mr
Knowles’ car parked back at
his house.

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By TANEKA THOMPSON
Tribune Staff Reporter
tthompson@tribunemedia.net

POLICE suspect a Passport Office employ-
ee. may have been involved in an alleged
bribery scheme exposed by a local radio and
television personality.

Chief Passport Officer Franklyn Dames
called police to investigate corruption claims he
heard on the radio show, “The New Nation”,
hosted by Lincoln Bain and took immediate
action to transfer the man in question out of
the Passport Office. ;

Mr Bain was then questioned at length by
officers at the Central Detective Unit who
thanked him for his work and for making the
allegations public, he said.

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By AVA TURNQUEST
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BAHAMIAN and Caribbean candidates have
reportedly failed to make the shortlist for the
presidency of the College of the Bahamas, The
‘Tribune was told. SR

With the individual tours of both campuses set
to begin next week Monday, COB sources con-
firmed all three of the final candidates are US cit-
izens.

The college is expected to release the identity
of the finalists today along with their CVs.

Scheduled to start September 13, the three-day

' candidate tour will begin with breakfast with the

Search Committee at the British Colonial Hilton
followed by an introductory meeting with the
current president Dr Earla Carey-Baines.

The second tour will take place the following
week on September 16 and the final visit is sched-

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, LOCAL NEWS

Laing plans to meet residents
to discuss business ideas

By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport Reporter

dmaycock@tribunemedia.net

FREEPORT - Recognis-
ing that the economy here

continues to be significantly .

challenged, State Minister
for Finance Zhivargo Laing
is planning to meet with res-
idents on Grand Bahama to
discuss some simple business
ideas that can be pursued on
this island.

He believes that there are
still opportunities available
out there for persons to be
employed.

“I expect to be conduct- ”

ing some meetings in this
community soon to talk to
people about some business
ideas that we...believe peo-
ple can pursue if they organ-
ise themselves properly,” Mr
Laing said...

While speaking with the
media on Friday,, Minister
Laing said many people still
continue to seek employ-
ment on the island. .

Concerns were: recently
expressed about the
increased number of illegal
street vendors in the
Freeport area by the Grand
Bahama Port Authority,
which has responsibility for
Freeport.

All illegal vendors selling
phone cards, beverages and
food items, and the like,
have been asked to cease
trading at the end of August.

Mr Laing said govern-

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ment is continuing to have
discussions with the Port
Authority about the matter
in hopes that an amicable
solution can be reached.

Vendors

“We know that any num-
ber of street vendors have
taken to (to the streets) try-
ing to make their own way.

“At this point, we are try-
ing to ensure that the voices
of the vendors are heard and
that the concerns of the Port
are recognized, and in the
end come with a solution to
help both parties.

“The Port has some ideas
as to how it wants to pro-
ceed with this matter and
they are interested in reach-
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The minister said the
Grand Bahama economy
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some gains as a result of the
new activities taking place
on the island.

“We are pleased to see
BORCO recently move for-
ward with some signing of
its contracts, and so over the
next 12 months we expect
BORCO activities to gener-
ate additional economic
activity for ‘this island,”. he
added.

Mr Laing also noted that
Statoil in East Grand
Bahama is also expected to
provide some employment
benefits to Bahamians.

He said construction of
the new $16 million Gov-
ernment office complex is
three months ahead of’
schedule. “They are work-
ing really expeditiously on
that project and that has had
some benefit,” added Mr
Laing.

‘The additional cruise
ships to Grand Bahama, he
stated, has also brought
increased economic activity
at Port Lucaya..

“There have been some
gains to this economy, but
again not enough to soak up
what has been fer some peo-
ple a long term period of
unemployment,” Mr Laing
said.

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THE PLP has criticised the
“inept” FNM government for
allowing crime to spiral out
of control after Friday’s
brazen attack on the Acklins
island administrator.

With a murder toll of 65
so far this year and several
serious crime cases pending,
the PLP maintains the gov-
ernment is sending the wrong
message to criminals by fail-
ing to act.

The party maintains there.

is no excuse for not yet trying
those charged with breaking
into the Supreme and Magis-

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FREEPORT - The body
of an elderly woman discov-
- ered floating in waters off
Eight Mile Rock on Friday
_has been officially identified
as 62-year-old Helena Leano-
ra Jones.

Ms Jones, a resident of
Hanna Hill, Eight Mile Rock,
was reported missing around
Sam on Friday by a relative.

Later that afternoon,
police received a report
around noon that a body was
floating near the shore in the

Hepburn Town area.

The body was taken to the .
Rand Memorial Hospital
morgue. The victim’s son
identified his mother’s
remuins. An‘atitopsy is~ “"'
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road closures



“THE Ministry of Public ]

Works and Transport has
advised the public of tempo-

ray ‘yroad closures that are now
in effect:

o. Bethel venue from JFK
Drive closed effective Satur-
day, September 4.

e Roberta Drive from Ridge-
land Park West onto Robinson
Road closed effective April
2010.

e Dolphin Drive closed effec-
tive Tuesday, August 31.

e Bethel Avenue: from
Tonique Williams-Darling
Highway travelling north was
closed effecitive August 29.

Motorists are asked to fol-
low and observe the traffic
management scheme and diver-
sions in place.

The Ministry of Public
Works and Transport thanked
the. public for its continued sup-

port and patience during the~

road works and apologised for
any inconvenience that might
have been caused by these clo-
sures. It requested that the pub-
lic use the alternate iroutes pro-
vided.

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trates Courts, the Passport
Office and a raid on First-
Caribbean Bank in Sandyport
on July 28, and lamented the
fact that the police have not
yet charged suspects in con-
nection with the shooting of a
police officer’s home early
Wednesday morning.

Officer

“The attack on the police
officer, who is due to testify in
an armed robbery trial, came
after another man connected
to the case, Raymond Bast-
ian, 35, was murdered in a dri-
ve-by shooting in which his
three-month-old daughter was
also injured.

“The FNM government
continues to send criminals
the message that they can get
away with their brazen acts
of lawlessness,” stated the
PLP.

“Persons who intimidate
witnesses continue to roam
the streets as if our country








is the wild, wild west of old.

“The government must
demonstrate to all within our
borders that anyone who
shoots at or otherwise threat-
ens a police officer, a witness
in a trial, or a judge, will be
immediately arrested, charged
and tried.

“There is too much talk
and no action from this inept
FNM government.”

The PLP also disagreed
with a Tribune editorial com-
ment stating judicial Bahami-
anisation has been a colossal
failure, but shifted the blame
to the FNM Attorney Gener-
al John Delancey.

“We do not believe that
the Bahamianisation of the
judiciary has been a failure,”
the party stated.

“Judges do not prepare
cases. Our judges sit always
ready, willing and able to hear
cases.

“Regrettably the office of
the Attorney General too fre-
quently is not ready to prose-
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judges. The fault lies solidly at
the feet of the Attorney Gen-
eral. The Attorney General
is a colossal failure.”

Judges

The party also hit out at
the FNM for failure to con-
duct a salary review for judges

as is required by the Judges |

Remuneration and Pensions
Act, and called on the Prime
Minister to provide the House

of Assembly with a report’
_ looking into the adequacy of

judges’ salaries, allowances,
pensions, and benefits.

‘

“We. call upon the Attor-”

ney General to advise the
government to cbey the law,”
stated the PLP.

_ “Bahamians, everywhere,
even FNM’s, are crying out
for the day when they will be
able to free themselyes from
this nightmarish ‘jokey’ FNM
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THE Bahamas Electrici-
ty Corporation said it
wished to clarify that the
country-wide disruption to
cellular services last Thurs-

‘day was not due to power

problems caused by the
corporation.

Following last week’s
partial cellular black-out
experienced throughout
the islands, the Bahamas
Telecommunications ‘Cor-
poration (BTC) released a
statement saying “a power
issue on the key’cellular
switches at our Camper-

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What’s on Obama’s next page?

Insisting Tuesday evening that “it’s time to
turn the page,” President Obama was talking
about more than the Iraq War, and doing
much more than reviving one of his most
effective.slogans from the 2008 campaign.

He was also trying to turn-the page on a
period in which he has found himself on the
defensive, his party in a perilous position
for November’s elections, and his reputa-
tion for political mastery in doubt.

Obama’s Oval Office speéch was res-
olutely nonpolitical in form but profoundly
political in its implications.

To rescue his party, Obama had to begin
rebuilding his own popularity, offer hope in
a time of economic despair, and restore con-
fidence in the course on which he has set
the nation.

It was an almost impossibly difficult com-
bination of goals, and he chose to achieve
them in just 18 minutes...

He spoke about war and foreign policy
to a country exhausted by combat abroad
and focused intensely on economic prob-
lems at home. Obama had to present himself
as a commander in chief, not as the leader of
the Democratic Party, yet the speech could
only be heard in the context of an-election
that is just two months away.

“, The result was a series of balancing acts
‘that, while abit ungainly, held the promise of
lifting Obama’s standing with middle-of-the
road voters who may have begun to lose
faith.

His treatment of former President George
W. Bush was emblematic. His words were
exceptionally gracious. While noting that he

-and his predecessor “disagreed about the

’ war from its outset,” Obama added that “no
one can doubt President Bush’s support for
our troops, or his love of country and com-
mitment to our security.”

For those who see the Iraq War as a cata-
strophic mistake — and their ranks include
many of Obama’s earliest supporters — this
was more praise than Bush deserved given
the magnitude of the error he made. Mean-
while, some of the war’s staunchest back-
ers immediately assailed Obama for not

crediting the positive-effects of Bush’s troop -

surge.

Less-partisan voters, however, may simply
have seen an Obama behaving like a presi-
dent, being as generous as he had to be,
acknowledging the valor of our troops b~t

refusing to concede that a war so many of

them wish we hadn’t fought was a good idea.
In fact, the central players in Obama’s

. story were not politicians at all but the men

and women of “the finest fighting force that
the world has ever known.”

By constantly returning to their sacrifices,
Obama sought to reassure those who fought
and the families of those who died that their
exertions and losses had acconiplished great
things for the nation, even in a war that the
current commander in chief regards as mis-
taken. Here, too, he spoke for many con-
flicted Americans who now doubt the wis-
dom of the war and yet still hope it might
yield something other than bitter fruit.

And then, well more than half-way
through, Obama offered what Democrats
had been waiting for: a turn homeward and
a brutal accounting of the costs of the con-
flict. “We spent a trillion dollars at war,
often financed by borrowing from overseas,”
Obama declared. “This, in turn, has short-
changed investments in our own people, and
contributed to record deficits. For too long,
we have put off tough decisions on every-
thing from our manufacturing base to.our
energy policy to education reform.”

Members of the president’s party, strug-
gling for political traction, were quick to
highlight his call to face our “challenges at
home.” Rep. Chris Van Hollen, who has the
unenviable task of leading the Democrats’
effort to hold the House of Representatives,

. said in an interview shortly after Obama

concluded: “The overall theme of the speech
was that it’s time to turn to nation-building
at home rather than nation-building abroad.”

For Van Hollen and other Democrats,
the real test of whether Obama succeeded
will not be the reception of this single
address but whether it becomes the prelude
to an invigorated presidency that uses the
end of combat operations in Iraq to rekindle
the aspirations for change that won him
power in the first place.

Asa successful author, Obama knows that
turning a page is not the same as writing the
next chapter. Now, he must produce a nar-
rative compelling enough to alter a story
line that, on its current trajectory, does not

~ end well for him.

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responds to Allyson
Maynard-Gibson

EDITOR, The Tribune.

Admittedly, I was.surprised
that my column on the impor-
tance of specialised courts and
the alleviation of the current
case backlog and published in
The Tribune on August 13,
2010, seemingly incensed at
least one former Cabinet min-
ister so acutely.

Former Attorney General
Allyson Maynard-Gibson
wrote a letter, published in

the major dailies and—I’m:

told— it has been on a pub-
licity tour and virally repro-
duced on several websites,
criticising me for an observa-
tion on the Coroner’s Court,
while seemingly dismissing
the entire article and obvious
research. In her letter, she
repeatedly stated and implied
that I was not “minded to find
out the facts and write the
truth” and that my piece
lacked “research.”

When taken as a whole, I
found such a tact—relative to
my overall research pre-
posterous, particularly as my
piece relied heavily upon the
seminal work of noted law
professor/author Rose-Marie
Belle Antoine and featured
distinguished legal theorists
Boris Kozolchyk and Joseph
Raz.

I bow to her knowledge as
to the nature of the separa-
tion of powers. Frankly, the
former minister has had first
hand experience with the
debacle of former Registrar
General Elizabeth Thompson,
where an error in judgment
subsequently caused the
country precious money.

It is my fervent hope that
she didn’t take what was
meant as a plea to modernise
and create a more efficient
justice system as an attack on
her tenure as Attorney Gen-

eral. At the time of writing, ©

she was far removed from my
mind. I am also hopeful that
this spirited attack does not
stem from my past analysis
and/or criticisms of policies
proposed by her or related
happenings for which she had
oversight or was a participant.

At one point in her letter,
Mrs Gibson stated: “I was the

‘ Attorney General and Min-

ister of Legal Affairs at the
time. I deplore Adrian Gib-
son’s. irresponsible and
untruthful allegations and

‘aspersions against the Execu-

tive.”

Regrettably, the aforesaid
is mere sensationalism and
misinformation as I never
sought to cast “irresponsible
and untruthful allegations and
aspersions against the Execu-
tive.” The objective of the col-
umn was patently clear.

As a student of law and an
historian, I have an apprecia-
tion for the concept of the
separation “of powers. First
coined by Aristotle (384-322
BC), the separation of powers
is a constitutional doctrine
intended to make certain that
the functions, personnel and
powers of the institutions of

. the state are not fused in any

one body.
Whilst I accept Allyson

Maynard-Gibson’s position as —

to the discontinuation of the
Coroners Court in its capaci-
ty asa specialist court, I must

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state that the court is a crea-
ture of statute and therefore is
also subject to changes and/or
abrogation by the Legislature.

Regarding Mrs Maynard-
Gibson’s comments about the
Executive, there is local case
law that should have demon-
strated this principle of law. In
D’Arcy Ryan v Minister of
Home Affairs/Immigration,
Mr Ryan—a “Belonger”—

was unconstitutionally denied ,

his right to citizenship—con-
trary to the Bahamas Nation-
ality Act (1973)—purported-
ly due to his political leanings.

Ryan’s case was heard by
the Privy Council, which
unanimously held that:

“On the facts disclosed to
this court, no reasonable min-
ister acting with due sense of
his responsibilities under the
legislation would, at the
inception of these proceed-
ings, have been justified in
refusing the appellant’s appli-
cation for registration as a cit-
izen. In the facts as disclosed
to us registration could be
refused only by acting per-
versely.”

The late Sir Clement May-
nard, Allyson Maynard-Gib-
son’s father and the then Min-
ister of Immigration/Home
Affairs, seemingly “acted per-
versely” when he disregard-
ed the Privy Council’s ruling.

Upon reading Mrs May-
nard-Gibson’s letter, where

She asserted that I wrote

“irresponsible and untruthful
allegations and aspersions
against the Executive,” one
remembers studying this case,
which was an affront to judi-
cial independence and slight-
ed the conventional notion of
a separation of powers.
Furthermore, the Supreme
Court justice—who made the
original order to grant Mr
Ryan’s citizenship—was
caught-up in the midst of an
attempt by the then Attorney
General to have him disqual-

ify himself from hearing an .

application to commit the
Minister of Home Affairs to
prison for contempt of court
after his refusal to comply
with the aforementioned
Privy Council ruling.

The judge held that it
would be a dereliction of his
duty and breach of his oath
to accede to the minister’s
request.

Moreover, in recent years,
former Supreme Court Jus-
tice John Lyons contended—
while on the Bench—that the
“swift justice” initiative, pro-
moted by Allyson Maynard-
Gibson during her tenure as
Attorney General, was mere-
ly a “self-promoting piece of
headline hunting.” Further-

_ more, former Justice Lyons

condemned an internal report
on the “swift justice” initia-
tive, likening it to a “school-
master’s report or human
resources managet’s report of
what is happening in a named
judge’s court.” Essentially, the
report appeared to grade
judges on the rate of convic-
tions in their courts.

What’s more, many people
know that according to the
Constitution, the Prime Min-
ister (a member of the Exec-
utive), in consultation with
the Leader of the Opposition,
recommends to the Governor
General appointees to the
posts of Chief Justice and
President of the Court of
Appeal. Even more, the Chief
Justice is known to liaise with
the Executive on administra-
tive matters affecting the Judi-
clary.

In, my previous column, I
was simply pointing out the
flaws in the judicial system
and recommending likely
overhauls and fixes, however
it appears that Allyson May-
nard-Gibson was the only one
who took umbrage to it
despite the fact that she was
one of the better Attorney
Generals that we’ve had.

I thank Mrs Maynard-Gib-
son for her readership!

ADRIAN GIBSON
Tribune Columnist
Nassau,

August 25, 2010.

Tony Blair's memoir is an otlyssey

CCE EU CLC Dea LC

EDITOR, The Tribune.



With respect to Prime Minister Tony Blair’s new memoir. “A -
Journey” I would like to offer the following comments for print.

Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair’s new memoir “A JYour-
ney” is an odyssey into moral and political corruption. The. book
unwittingly justifies a totalitarian mentality and explains why most
of our democracies today are, in reality, thinly disguised to-talitar-

ian regimes.
Blair writes:

“Politicians are obliged from time to time to con-

ceal the full truth, to bend it and even distort it” in ordex: to force

their agenda on the people.

Blair also talks of Al-Qaeda and Saddam Hussein as, sharing “ ‘a
common set of attitudes: indifference to human life (and) the jus-

tification of mass killing...’

”, Nowhere in his book does he express

any regret for his own policies that sanctioned and advanced the use
of contraceptives and the practices of abortion and ‘euthanasia, ie
“indifference to human life (and) the justification of mass killing.”

Proud of his achievements in the advancement of homosexual-
ity he also looks upon the illicit affairs of politicians — not with any
moral disdain — but with a “fairly worldly eye.”

Tony Blair is not alone. His book makes it clear that his kind is
the norm in governments throughout the “free” world. A sad

state of affairs!

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September 3, 2010.

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By MEGAN REYNOLDS
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mreynolds@tribunemedia.net

A SEAFOOD export com-
pany harvesting sea cucumbers
by the thousands to feed Chi-
nese Appetites may consider
expanding North Andros oper-
ations to include shark-finning
and sea urchin harvesting.

Conservationists concerned
about the environmental
impact of harvesting around
5,000 sea cucumbers a day for
export to Hong Kong have
called for Sunco Wholesale
Seafood Ltd to stop harvesting
immediately while a full stock
assessment and study of sea
cucumbcv -‘s is done.

There are currently no regu-
lations in place to control the
harvesting ofsea,cucumbers in
the Bahamas and no stock
assessment has been done as
they have not been targetted
on a commercial basis before.

Sharks are also unprotected
because they have never been
commercially fished in Bahami-
an waters.

Sharks were once considered
a worthless bycatch, but they
are increasingly being fished to
serve emerging markets for
their meat and fins, which are
used in soups and can fetch
more than $200 per kilogram.

In places such as China,
shark-fin soup could once only
be afforded by the elite, but the
growing numbers of middle-
class people in the country has
driven up demand.

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shark populations in the region,
attracting divers from around
the world. :

But shark populations
around the world are declining
and some suggest this is direct-
ly in line with the rise of the
Chinese middle class.

Shark-fin soup is considered
a delicacy in Chinese cuisine,
indulged in by the growing mid-
dle class of an estimated 64 mil-
lion which has emerged since
the 1970's, according to a Mas-
tercard survey in 2002.

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CEO of Sunco Wholesale
Seafoods Ltd James Mackey,
who was granted an export
license for sea cucumbers late
last year, said he may: expand
operations in Mastic Point to

.also harvest shark-fins for Chi-

nese markets once business

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And some Androsians allege
shark-finning has already been
explored by Sunco, something
Mr Mackey denied. °

He would need additional
permissions from the Depart-
ment of Marine Resources to
export anything other than sea
cucumbers.

“Shark-finning has been
talked about, but we have real-
ly got to find a market for it
first,” Mr Mackey said.

“But right now we are not
bothering with that because we
are just trying to get something
off the ground which gives a lot
of people in the community
jobs.”

Mr Mackey said he would
also consider harvesting sea
urchins when business picks up,
something the BNT would
strongly oppose.

The long-spined sea urchin
diadema also fetches a high
price in China for its culinary
attributes, but the keystone
species has only just recovered
from a disease to serve its vital
function keeping the reef alive.

Mr Carey said the Asian
appetite raises concerns for an
impact on wildlife not tradi-
tionally harvested or hunted in
the Bahamas.

Conservationists in Antigua
have warned him wild birds,
such as egrets and herons, were
hunted there for Chinese
export, and although the sea
birds are protected under
Bahamian law, sharks are not.

The BNT is preparing to
launch a major shark protec-

tion campaign which has been

accelerated because of the ris-
ing demand for the product in
Chinese culture.

The BNT is also concerned ~

the hundreds of Chinese people
living in Nassau to build the
national stadium in Oakes
Field, and 5,000 who may be
brought over to build BahaMar,
may also increase demand in
the Bahamas.

He is even suspicious about
the contents of a soup served
in a Nassau restaurant, and the
BNT is running tests on the
questionable ingredient he
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“Futility of Idols and the trustworthyness of God”

Psalm. 115:2-8

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coupon. ‘That's real change,”

said Ms Kimble. “We salute
those people who, once they
understood the direct connection
between breeding their dog and
animals dying at the Pound were
willing. to step up and take
action.”

At the event were several
dogs available for adoption at the
Bahamas Humane Society.
Adopting rather than breeding
or buying is another important
part of reducing homeless ani-
mals in the Bahamas.

“The homeless animal prob-
lem should matter to every
Bahamian, if only because suf-
fering diseased .animals roaming
everywhere severely impacts the
image of our country. Most
tourists have never seen such suf-
fering animals, especially in these
large numbers, and it really
makes them think less of our
beautiful country.” Ms Kimble
said. International Homeless Ani-
mals Day is an annual global
event coordinated by the Inter-
national Society for Animal
Rights. Baark! gave out a total
of 32 free spay and neuter
coupons. Purina donated a wide
array of prizes, including dog
bowls, cat bowls, pet brushes, fris-
bees and even pet massagers
which were extremely popular.

Baark!’s focus is advocating
for change at the Canine Con-
trol] Unit and they want to help
the public to understand that if
they simply spay/neuter their pets
the overpopulation problem will
be solved. Ms. Kimble empha-
sizes that “the suffering of ani-
mals throughout The Bahamas
is completely. avoidable if we all
just do our part.” ,

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THE TRIBUNE

MUNDAY, SEPTEMBER ov, 2010, PAGE 7



Kiwanis Club set
for Operation
Green fundraiser

By REUBEN SHEARER
Tribune Staff Reporter
rshearer@tribunemedia.net

A PRIMARY focus behind
the Kiwanis Club of New
Providence over the last 19
years has been assisting and
working with children on a
number of occasions.

And the civic organization
plans to continue its contribu-
tion to the community in its
Operation Green fundraiser ‘
to provide much needed assis-
tance for the Adventure
Learning Centre and Ran-
furly Home for Children.

Given the recent challenges
that the Home has been expe-
riencing, Kiwanis has planned
five events to generate rev-
enue, including the Pins for
Pals Celebrity Bowl-A-Thon,
Pins for Pals Celebrity Bowl-
Off, Go Green T-shirt Day,
Operation Green Kids Fun
Day, and Harmony for the
Home to raise monies for the
two entities. ©

Go Green T-shirt Day is
the second revenue generated
event that will be held Friday,
October 1. Kiwanis is design-
ing a green shirt that will be
sold to members of corporate
Bahamas for wearing on that
day.

Operation Green Kids Fun
Day will be held on Saturday,
October 2, starting at 10am
and will allow the curious
minds of children to enjoy a
fun-filled day of activities,
including planetarium shows,
horseback riding, rock climb-
ing, bouncing castles, and’
train rides to wetlands. Chil-
dren five to twelve years old
who can show a 3.00 GPA or
above will receive a VIP pass
upon admission for special
treatment, said a statement
from the group.

A special Harmony for the
Home Concert will be held
on Saturday, October 9, and
will start at 8pm at the Shera-
ton Nassau Resort, featuring
old and new school Bahamian
music, including numbers
from Novi, Nita, Terez, Ron-
nie, KB, Geno, Funky D,
Sosa Man, Sammie Star,
TaDa, Bodine and Padrino.

Also planned is a Pins for
Pals Celebrity Bowl-A-Thon
at Mario’s Bowling and
Entertainment Palace, where
ten teams that have the high-
est scores will compete
receive top ten trophies. If
there is a tie in the top ten
there will be'a two person one
frame bowl off to decide final
positions Thursday night.

At 8pm there will be a
Celebrity Bowl-Off with
twenty teams comprised of
eight personalities on each
team bowling for the coveted
title of Pins for Pals Celebrity
Champions 2010.



MINISTER of Public Works and Transport Neko Grant and senior government officials pose with represen-



tatives of the four companies awarded contracts for the maintenance of 861 storm drainage wells, on August
30, 2010. Pictured (left to right): Dion Munroe, project engineer in the Ministry of Public Works and Trans-
port; Cecil Bowe of Bowe’s Plumbing and Pumping Services; Jason Stubbs of Clean Drains and Maintenance
Limited; Donna Maura of Bahamas Industrial Maintenance; Minister Neko Grant; Colin Higgs, permanent sec-
retary in the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, and John Canton, director of Public Works.

Contract signed for storm
drainage maintenance

FOUR contracts have been
signed by the government for
the maintenance of hundreds
of storm drainage wells in an
effort to prevent flooding in
New Providence, Public Works
Minister Neko Grant said.

“The contracts provide for
maintenance, by cleaning and
blowing with compressed air,
of a combined total of 861 well
chambers, twice during the
duration of the contract, at a
total cost of $172,000,” Mr
Grant recently said at a press
conference at the Ministry.

“The GIS (Geographic
Information Systems) of all
draining wells has been com-
pleted,” he added. “This pro-
vides GPS co-ordinates of each
catch pit to facilitate their loca-
tion by maintenance crews on
contract and any other rele-



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vant agencies when necessary.
These locations have been fur-
ther grouped into zones.”
The four companies that
received the contracts for the
next 12 months are Bahamas
Industrial Maintenance,
Bowe’s Plumbing and Pump-
ing Services, Clean Drains and
Maintenance, and Janitorial
and General Maintenance.

Hurricane

Mr Grant said with the hur-
ricane and tropical storm activ-
ity within the Caribbean region
gaining momentum, his min-
istry is cognisant of the signifi-
cant risk of flooding created
by such storms.

“In this regard, the impact
of excessive rainfall has been

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past year to maintain drainage
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identified from the previous
maintenance contract,” he said.
Mr Grant congratulated the
four companies on being
awarded the.contracts by say-
ing: “We in the Ministry of
Public Works and Transport
expect that the maintenance
of these wells will mitigate inci-
dences of flooding, which has
been an ongoing concern in
certain New Providence com-
munities, and we also expect
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PROPERTIES LISTED FOR SALE

Contact Account Officer listed below by using number code for each property.

HOUSES/APARTMENTS/COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS

| stand, Spanish Wells Property» 1323's
fi buddi 236 sq Then

2 bath tivog TOON, amceatein Kitchen, line

Ing aa, larnedry roam, covered parch, &

© one car garage, aid a covered water tank.

Appraised vale $299,000 i

{NOR} Single Story triples budlding, one
bdrms and wo { bare lovausd u
family Lot No, block 3, Shirley Lane, see~ |

‘ ach & County Clad |
tsion, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Prop:
approx, 18,820 sq ft Appraised |

Lots 17 & #18 Crown Allotments,
Lave sulement Andres. Containing
ayn storey nes, Appraised Value S100, 00,










Lor s27 of Vilage Aoumemt #14 in
ny ete ici, containing residence













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plan of allutments Inid eat Hage E
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dence.’ bine Valtte STGS AK 000








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3 fi sturatest on
sh Road, being
: third jot west af Fire Trail Road and east af
Hamster Road with ane halfdluplex resi
denual pee Sue Palin value TBA










with residential propery
skyline Heights, Appraised value









Lat containing 2 storey bkig, with
ed, Ryo anda batt hy atk Se



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whe Ha Peers s
sq aR Appr dived Value TRA :
OL} Lot #32 containing 4 bdrm 2barh |
mere sirreture located Tana Shores
Harbour, ishind, Heuther nm peoptely size















OL Lore 5? block # Trianna Shores con:
aimag 3 bod 2 bath frant room. dining re
f &kuchen- ee
fh wooden deck $2180 sq It prape
& Apps value + SHRASS.
3 Daples 2S situaird on Pai
arth (Clarisge Estates} - size bel
sy tt oh duple x thereon. Apprs
PBA













he Hahansas.
as Station and Auto
{ value SOUAGCO,
ands Allooment os the
ind Read benween
if Pineyard Road, Eastern
ve, Bahanias, cans
oy private residence cant-
ed entry pach, ving room,
n, Michen laundry mein, fainily
sitting F § hire bthrmand |
: land AY sy ft. Ap

























Q@and Lin Block 28 of Coconut Grove
thdiviston, containing 3 shopping plaza
The lai is tre aie inshape, 8, oe ana
: Bs es vised vale $315,080,

252 Crawn Allotments focated
va, Abaco with size betng 10.208 |
CANLEIDINY Lane sio house v ih
ved 2 bath “Concrete Block Structure = |
ypraisedt value $200,000,

SM Lorofland, Fire Trail Read beinga |
partition of Gladstone Alot Sd | New Provi-
dence, Bahamas containing tamnheuse apart
mene unitand feo propased units icum~
pleted as is}. Appraised value: S257,7 i

{99R}° Lot “N" Barrack Street, Harbour Is.
land containing a2 storey concrete building
with { hed 4 hath dining room é
~Building 2935.5
Appraised-value:$ $ ‘
© iO} Lote? Maderia Park. a small saby |
t division ain the outskirts of Treasure Cay,
' :

Abaco having an arsael Sid squat
residenve containing a conerete block struc




























ated) Village Allotment
ue » $900,000

rey tnt, siniated on Loe
1, Golden Gates #2
. Now Pravidence.
units and ane













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tiv inga area meas
it Appraised value S874. 192.












8h Property containing Condo “Mil
jenium IP, Unit A101, building 57
tC, 2bdrms, tS bthrnis, living room, ding
roan, ae jaset & pada, Sinus arectin the
area knawn as Bimini Bay Resort, Bimini,
Babemas, Appraised value $485,000. _

Lotofland ~ 8 2 Sea View, Russell













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+ anappraximaie area ¢



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ture withasphadt shingle ronf comprises af
amily roons, liv- |



bres hdems, bre bihrays
ing raum dining roan: kichen. Appraised
vale: SIT 008





rc swtee on Williams Lane
ProOvRlence, Bahamas






ment building consisting of (866 sq fl Ap-

; ‘ eB
i a values 8 100, ono



bra wwe phan space nn the ground flaor
nd three shops spit eon the second fear
with alarge onic area in the rear Total
area 8800 sq. Appraised value: $868,080.
(S89) Alihat piece. parcel ot land having
2400 sq fe situated

an the western side of Blae Fal Read about
FO tt north of Peter Suet and about 15 8
PLadrel Street in he Smuthern District
tdloree, Bahanias containing &
commenti building housing a tire bec
ane bath unit on the rp floor and as
anthe fest Hoon Appraised valtees §
oa Lote 23 foeated in the Subdivt
bate a with size being 8
ane storey wooden

















niiealeedl vale $68,800,
i509) Lat ofland on Cowpen Road (1086
fieast of the Faith Avenae hinction} inthe
Southern District af New Providence, Baha-
aduplex apartment compn
drm t-bthen apartment
Appraised value SU75, 000,

(lay



All that piece pareel of fot af hind



block 31 Bahama Marina & Section IX lo-
ated in soumhwestery city of Freepent Grand
Baharoa Island. Approx. 15,071 sq fear 0.30
acres property contaits duplex dhvelling.
Appr atsed valu Q00

§ Lots 14887 “Rahante Sound? Exuma
yprox Ld miles northwest of George fawn
aand about t mile south of Emerald
yw Baur Seasons Resort and Reker’s










erty contains 10,000 se fein area with 88 ft
fronts age on the Queens Highways the main
Toad. Property contains a partially com:
cae apartment complex containing 5, |

sd units, 4 efficiency anits and f shop |
ated on the northern side of Sands Lane, Fort

space. Appraised value: $488,240

6) LocofLand £699 on the narthwest-
em side af Mal tin Elvabeth Estate
Rast Phase 2 in the Yamacraw constituenc
on the ishind af New Providence. The si





) ofthe land is 5,083 sq ft. with a 22 year old '
{single level residence, ¢

Appraised vale: SORT L.

i that Southwestern Mafety ar Half
Lotof Land being part afa Tract af
isoutbeas of ken ANNSTOWN"









on s Lan & containing nay
Property sixe 50 fx 50 8 Appraised value
SOLO00,

AU that piece parcel or Jot of land
con the vast side of Millers Rd and
8 & south of Carmichaet Rd. being
Love containing a Tripler Property size
Vy HHO? £8,000 sq fh Appraised Value TRA,

VACANT OT oh

sy ft Appraised value $15,000,

£6560) All that piece parcel or fat of land: |

P situate in the setdement af fames Cistern “|

weveluped lois #44, 16,17, iBand | on the Island of Hleuthera one of the {s-

od Chapman Estates, West Bay. Ap- | lands ofthe Commonwealth ofthe Bahamas |

aised valne $348.10, “PE measuring approx 10,000 sq fLAppraised |
402) Lordd. Block 7 Aberdeen frive. Bae | value TRA

hrarnia Wost Replat Subdivision, Freepart, 8) Mulu family Lot No, 10- Southeast |

Grand Bahama, consisting of 12,110 sq tt | Corer af Mand arin Drive, Sugar Apple Road,

ApHiane d vahue $5110.00. . Sizes FA. 368sq Appraised |

yi ocated Eleuthera Is-
rive Section 8, Block
amas, 9,641 sq ft Ap-

eee lot #149, Seafan Lame, i

squar feet, Appraised value: TBA

GS) Singh re residential Lot Np,

i 11898 Bahasa Suund Subd. Number 1

i West, Great Exum, approx, 10426
sq ft Appraised value

S68 Vacant proper
rated in the Peeper

Section #1, Freeport, Grand Bahania, Bas}

hamas. Appraised value: TBA i

6568) All that ‘piece. parcel or fot of lane
being Lat No. 477 in the Subdivisi

and Known as “PINEWOOD GA

uated in the Southern District

New Providence. Appraised value - $

(O08) Partially developed parcel of land |
being 10,000 sy ft situate about the eastern
portion af The Forest Estate in the vicini-
ty ofthe seulements of Soutiiside and The
Forest being Lat Number 4803 in Baharia

- | consisting af Lat
ig

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| Sound of Exuma 6, Pxuma The Bahamas.
;

i

Ridge Subdivi mM
located Baharia
E en Grand Ba-

i@oh
Sah. Bis
hana

AL that piece parcel orlut of land be-

Lot Na, 102 in the Subdivision known ax

UMA HARBOUR" in the Island of Great

ma measuring 10.001 sq ft Appraised

re $20,000.00,

5} Vacane Lot #9 111,406.65 sq ff) situs
ated in Mango Lahe Section “B” Black 415,
Eleuthera ee Shores on the Island of
Eleuthera. Appraised valte $50,189.

904} Vacant residential Low? 63 (7800 sq
fh) Crown Alle shoe ated Murphy’t OWT,
pti Appraised value $16,000,

Ten (10) acres af land situated or

le Abaco, bebween Cooper's

ar Harbour Abaco, Bahamas.

Sea views fron both the narth and south
side. Appraised Value $1,076,750.

+ Vacant Commercial Lat No: 3A, Block
66 Babamia Subdivision! containing 3 acres
logaiod Freeport, Grand Rahane. Appraised
Value 814.
(06) All that piece parcel of lot andiand
on the Island of Great Uma one of the said
Bahama Isiands and situate about ten and
one-half 10 (12) 2 oribwestvardly of
George Town which said piece parcel or lat
of land is sumber 19750 Bahama Sound
DAV. (1,900 59 ftAppraised value $65,006,
ingde faenily residential Lot Na,
1708 Bahama Sound Subd. Nomber
West, Great Exunia, Size: approg. 10,000

Appraised value $25,010,

(G08) Anandeveloped waterfront lotland
E being Lot Number 12032 with a size of 10,600
sq ft in the Bahama Sound of Exuma Sub-
division Number 11 West situated in the {s-
land of Great Exuma one of the Islands of
the Commonwealib of The Bahamas. Ap-
pralsed value $224,600,

(569) Loatofland being Lot 4518 Section
2, Phase {Stella Maris Subdivision, Long
Island. Property is 11,780 sq Tt Appraised
Value $45,000.

(BOO) Lot# 2 vacant land 30,000 sq te to-

cated Chapnian Bstates Subdivision on West
Bay Sireee withtopen zoring, Appraised val-
ge $600,000,

(360) “Two vacant properties Lot 12¢ 5789
sq fland Lot 125231 sq ft) Creck Ray Subdi-
vision, Mussell (sland Bridge, Russell [sland,
Spanish Wells, Babamas, Elevated lots af:

fering outstanding ocean views and a short
-pauls to the beach. Appraised value Lore



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580) Vacant lat singlefamily zoning,
Lats 21 ot the subdivision called "South:

+ esp Shores” Canaan Subdivision located
on Marshall Road, Property size is some |
division called and Known as “Port Royale”

86 feet on the sub road and 84.49 on one
sidv, 58.2 atthe back and same 85.65 on
the other side af 5
Appraised value $86,000, -
i902} Vacant Lot si8 Block 33 Section “C”

) Rainbow Bay an the island of Eleuthera,
) Bahamas. The property is located in ade-



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3 bdrms, f bthrm. | : : : :
t Bthrm & Storage. The floar is approximately

: 2,500 square eer with porch area 190 sq ft

2 TRS
ommenrcal pu ing |

| Exuma, Bubamas, Property Size 7853. /
* 4) praised values $131,800,

| O86) Pmperty containing 6 Units One-bed

Lot ¥ Aand B on Narthern side af
Carmichael fd. Nassau with building anal
foundation fara warehouse, Property size
15,780 sq {( Appraised value $325,000,

{10!-F) Residential Canal Lots 20, 308 32,
Black 1, Nine Say Subdivision Freeport, Grand
Rahama, containing to storey House, 4
hed. 3 bat teased on} cees of banal,
iad 2

{1Gh- Fy Property seamed: Alice ‘Pown, be-
ing Parcel ‘A’ The Island of North Bimini,
assuring 2.267 sq ft with incomplete 3
‘single Rumily home. Appraised val-
ue: SOF 2G,

(P24) Lor 82. Blork #5, Englerstan Sub-
Division, Soathern Distriet ON. Peantain-
ing a pavtly UE building, Property
size approx. 3.535 sq ft Appraised value St
4,000

{088} Property containing 3 heds one bath
home consiructed af concrete blocks fo-
cated Mass Town and # 18 in The Depart
mentof Housing Subdivision, Mess

{569}















ane bath Apartment Units to First Floor
Belt Course, Partially Developed, proper-
tes. Lots of land # 1678 and 1680, Baha-
ma Seund Subdivision, Exuma #3, Great
Exumna. Properties Size: 10.000 sq {t each.
Appraised Value $205, “O00,

(O08) Propeny containing 3
home

Single Rumily Residence: Lot ofland #2819,
Cedar Groves State Subdivision, Southem
Districtiol the Island of New Providence, Ba-
hams, Property Size 8,290 sq tt Appnaised
Value: $157, 100,

(569) All that piece parcel or lot of fand
ate Graham Drive in the Yellow Elder
ubdivision being Lot #446 vantaining a
bed 2 bath residence. Appraised_Valuc
$119,000,

(808) Lot of land containing 8.887 sq ft
an the eastern side of East Sueet North,







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' Property is completely utilized by a com-

Point. iis located near the settlements of mercial building, Erected on the proper-

Mi Thompson and Farmer's Hill The prop- |
| gross area consisting off Floor (Ground &

y is & two Storey masonry struchire with

Second} - 3341 | sq ft, Storage ~ 5,320 sq ft,
Lunch Room - 715 sq ft Patios & Walkway
~ L,S00'sq ft Appraised value TRA

(803) Lotof hind containing 8,075 sq fisitu-

Fincasde City District, Property is commer:
cially zoned wiold Bahamian style building
canstracted of weed frame wi cement tucee
walls. Building hasa Ground Floor: Porch,
4 Offices, Reception, Kitchenette, Storage.
ee level - 2 Offices, Conference rooms, |

Appraised value TBA
{811 Residential’ Commercial property, lots
137 located Culmersville, Eastern District,

+ New Providence with a size af 4800 sq ft
The property contains a 2 storey 1900 sq f.
vel 2béd Thathapart-



ft budding. upper
ment, lower level: Beanty salon, The build

ing finishes: 8” concrete block wall, {"con-

crete partitions, asphalt shingle roof, tiled
Hloars, word ceilings, private water system,

standard electrical and plumbing fixtures,
ventral air-condition ‘spl t system), Dunglar
bars. Appraised value: $191,000



* portion of Lot #24 Crown Grant Ab 44 Gold:

+ on {sles Road off Carmichael Road, South-
er New Providence. Property is 5075 sq
+ ft. Appraised value $58,000,

OS) Vacant fot 859 in Blork 85 in the Sub-

| South Bimni Bahamas, Appraised vane TRA.

+ (69)

+ 4569)

veloped residential subdivision with all |

armenities, Appraised valued $35,000
(560) AW that piece parcel ar Jot of land
being Lot it ofthe “Lee Acres” subdivt-
sion situate in the vicinity af Sandilands
Hage in the care Disirict af a island

2 AW that piece pe a ar lot of fan
cing Lot #5, Block 29A Section € Eleuthera
thera Island, Bahamas, Appraised

3,000,

Vacantland, Lots -

af Stella Maris St “Division 50
Sq £0 situate at Adderleys, Long island Ap-
praised valne $30,000,
(724) Vacantland [at #8, Block #19 at Ba-
bana West Sub Division (Porcarea} af Free
port, Grind Bahama Property size approx
25,500 sq fl. Appraised value $65,004,

(O08) Vacant Residential Property Lot No.
92 Bahama Soand, Exuma number 8b ,
Creat Exuma. Property Size 10,000.00 sq {
Appraised Value $20,000. «

{N08} Vacant Residential Property Lat No.
Sb, Arwa 3, Palos Hill Section, Flamingo Bay
Estates, south of George Town, Evuma, Prop:



* erty Size £0,206 sq ft Appraised value $35,000.



{008} Vacant Residential Prapeny fot No,
12902 Bahama Sound Nota subdivision
ofa tract of land situated approximately |

8 niles sontheasnwanily of George Tawn,
rat: HOU sq ft Appraised

Huma, Propet
value: $20.00

iGO) Vacant praperey locatest a A, east
af Balls Alley on the nogthern side o
Shirley Street cand krinwn as “Old Plariaite
ina’, in the easter district of New Provi-
dence. Property size 7,113 sq Rt with open
zoning, Appraised value $128,000.

G8 AU shat piece parcel lot #3 hole a





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COMMERCIAL BANKING CENTRE
‘fel: 242-356-8568
1000} Mrs. Monique Crawford
2601) Mr Jerome Pinder
fH02) Mr. Brian Knowles
Mr Vandyke

NASSAU MAIN BRANCH

Tel: 242-322-8700 ,
701) Mr James Strachan

301) Ms. Thyra lohasoa

(304) Mrs, Alicia Thoenpson
MACKEY STREET BRANCH

Tel: 242-393-3097

(60.1) Ms. Cherelle Martinborough
JOHN E KENNEDY DRIVE BRANCH
Tel: 242-325-471)

(401) Mr, Robert Pantry

AGY Mrs, Chandra Gilbert
PRINCE CHARL ES SHOPPING
CENTRE

Tel: 242-393-7505/8

(50) Mr. Jason Sawyer

(503) Mr. Dwight King

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CABLE BEACH BRANCH

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23) Ms, Deidre King
Faye Higns
arguerite [Johnsen
Catherine Davis
Janwssa Scat
(870) Mr. Klton Kemp
(571) Mrs, Faye Daniels
NASSAU INT'L AIRPORT
Tel: 242-377-7179
(433) Mrs. Renea Walkine
LYFORD CAY BRANCH
Tel: 242-362-4540 on 242-362-4037
(LOT-Ni Mrs. Lindsey Peterson ,
GOVERNOR'S HARBOUR,
ELEUTHERA
Vel: 242-332-2856/8
(902) Ms, Nicole Evans
HARBOUR ISLAND BRANCH
Tel:242-333-2240
(901) Ms. Velderine Laroda
ANDROS TOWN BRANCH
Tels 242-368-2071
(400) Ms. Cyprianna Williams
MARSH HARBOUR, ABACO
» "Tel: 242-367-2420
(908) Mr Julias Seyinour








All that piece parcel orlot ofland lo-
cated Coral Heights East, Appraised value.
TRA,

All that piece parcel or lot of land
tuated on the northwest comer af Butler's
ane & Romer Steet, Fox Hill in the Bast-

ern District of New Providence Appraised

valtre $97,008.

SH All that pie -e parcel ar let of land

bei ing Lott, Block N sitadted in Bahawila
south Subdivision, Freeport, Grand Baha-

¢ aya. Appraised value $30,000



(S89) All that piece parcel or lot af land

lecated an Marigold Read in the Subdivi-
an Keown as Kool Acres. Lot is eae
45 sq ft Appraised value $8 .

(G08) Vaeant property, ioulitoat, Bahama

Sound #8. situated about the northeastern

portion of The Boresi Estate in dhe vic ini.

iyaf the villages of Manat Thanmps

Farmer's Hil, Appraised value: TR

(569) Lot of land being Lots 8961 and 882
Bahama Sound of Exuma No, a subdi-
vision of land situate at the western por:
tion af the FOREST Estate in the vieindgy of
FOREST, Great Exuma, Bahamas. Property
is 20,000 sq fC Appraised values $20,000,
00) Three single-family! multi-family
residential vacant parcels of land being
Lots # 10, 11 & 12 situated on the Sauth-
orn side af Fire Trail Road in the Western
District of New Providence. Property sizes



ane Lot #10 8,967 sq fh Lot 8H» B01 s¢ ;

4
Rand Lotwl2 «6,774 sy fl Appraised value:
$85,000 for cach Lot,

(008) All thar piece parce) or tot of land
being Lot No. 8773, Babamas Sound No, 8
subdivision alhand situated a the northern
portion of The Forest Estate’ ta the vietn-
invol the settlement af Mi Thampson and .
Farmer’s Hal Great Exuma, Bahamas, 1
1/4 miles fram George Town, The subject
site contains 10,000 square feet and unde:
veloped. Appraised value of $18,000.00,







(909) Mrs. Sylvia Poltier
(O10) Mr Kermit Curry
BIMINI BRANCH :
‘Pok242-347-3031

C105] Ms. Italia Beekford
GRAY'S, LONG ISLAND
‘Tel: 342-337-101

CLO) Mrs. Lacy Wells
EXUMA BRANCH

Tels 242-336-3251

£008) Ms. Joyeelyn Mackey

FREEPORT, MAIN BRANCH

Tels 242-392-663 1/2

{101-F) Ms. Garnell Brith

(102) Ms, Blaine Collie

(103) Mrs, Damita Newbold-Cartwright
108) Ms, Sylvie Carey

SPANISH WELLS

Tels 242-933-4131 or

242-333-4145

(560) Mr. Walter Carey





THE TRIBUNE



LOCAL NEWS

Man eaten hy
killer shark

FROM page one

three miles further south. By
then they were about 38 miles
from Nassau.

“While pulling up my
line,” he said, “I noticed that
it was extra heavy. I called
“Boy” (Stanley Bernard)
and asked him to go get the
shot gun.”

By then the men were
fishing in water about 1,000
feet deep. They had decided
against landing the shark

because there was too much.

tension on the line.

“T then thought about
what might have been going
through that shark’s mind,”
said Mr Simmons. “Usually
when you catch a shark on
the line, and are pulling him
up, when he sees sunlight, he
heads back down, and either
cuts the line or breaks it.

“While pulling him. up
there was also a grouper on
the line, and he was trying
to get the grouper, but I had
both on my line. He came up
with his mouth wide open,
but he couldn’t get the

grouper because it was also

on my line.”

As the shark neared the
surface, Mr Bernard shot
him several times in the
head. ,

“We tied the rope around
his tail fin, and pulled him
towards the boat. We were
going to cut the hook out of

’ his mouth and let him go

when he regurgitated a
human foot — intact from
the knee down. It was now
about 10am.”

The men then tried to get
BASRA and the Defence
Force, but could raise néi-
ther — “it was probably
because they were out of

‘range for our VHF radio,”

Mr Simmons commented.

They decided to take the
left leg and the shark to Nas-
sau.

“There was so much stink

coming from the shark’s bel-
ly and the belly was so huge
that we thought that there

might be more bodies

inside,” said Mr Simmons. .
At about 10.30am the



TIGERSHARKFACTS

© TIGER SHARKS, WHICH ARE
FOUND IN MANY TEMPERATE AND
TROPIC OCEANS, ARE CONSIDERED 10
BE ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS
SHARKS TO HUMANS.

¢ ACCORDING TO THE INTERNA-
TIONAL SHARK ATTACK FILE COMPILED.

BY THE FLORIDA MUSEUM, OF NATURAL
HISTORY, TIGER SHARKS ARE SECOND
ON THE LIST OF THE NUMBER OF
RECORDED ATTACKS ON HUMANS,
WITH THE GREAT WHITE SHARK LEAD-
ING THE LIST AND THE BULL SHARK
IN THIRD PLACE.

© TIGER SHARKS HAVE REPORTED-
LY BEEN IMPLICATED IN 158 ATTACKS
FROM THE YEAR 1580 TO 2008.

-men headed for Nassau,

dragging the heavy shark
behind. About a half hour
later they saw a Defence
Force boat and flagged it
down. :

The Defence Force’s
Enduring Friendship vessel
EF-28 pulled up alongside
them, heard their story and
took the shark on board. It
was then about 11.30am
when they followed the
Defence Force boat to Nas-
sau, arriving at about
12.30pm at the Coral Har-
bour base.

The shark’s body was
offloaded, cut open and

inside was the remains of a

headless man.

Mr Simmons said he was a
“black man, of heavy build
and heavy structure. He had
neither clothes nor any iden-
tifying marks.”

Police are now awaiting
DNA results to tell them if
the remains belong to one of
three men who are still miss-
ing atsea. —

The Royal Bahamas
Defence Force said still
reported missing are 62-year-
old Frank Brown, Sr, and 47-
year-old Delton Newton,
who disappeared after their
boat experienced engine
trouble in waters off Clifton
Pier last week. A man who
disappeared from a boat in
Acklins. last week has also
not yet been found.

However, Mr Simmons
said that Mr Frank Brown Jr
stopped at his home, looked
at the photographs of the
body parts and confirmed
that they were not those of
his father.

‘NO BAHAMIAN CANDIDATES’ IN
COB PRESIDENCY SHORTLIST

FROM page one

uled for September 20.

The slate of activities include engagements with upper lev-
el management at the institution, the Minister of Education,
multiple open forums with alumni, faculty, students, and their
unions, and also a trip to the Northern Bahamas campus.

After this phase is complete, the selection process man-
dates members of the college community will then be invited to
provide feedback for review by the Advisory Search Commit-

tee.

If the recommendation is supported the Council, in accor-
dance with the College Act, will seek the approval of the Min-

ister-of Education.

The final recommendation in the decision process will thes
be presented to the Council once provisional acceptance of ‘the
post by the preferred candidate has been obtained.

After which, the Council will authorise final approval of the

new president. ,

Thousands of dollars
of public money
stolen after official
tied up, robbed

FROM page one

A team of senior officers
from the Central Detective
Unit (CDU) flew to Ack-
lins on Saturday morning
with Willard Cunningham

Sr, Assistant Commissioner ..

of Police responsible for
the Family Islands, to
investigate the robbery.

But as The Tribune went
to press, the armed robbers
were still at large.

Police have not yet dis-
closed how much money
was stolen, but it is believed
to be’ about $100,000.

Mr Miller said police
have been told the money
was sent to Acklins right

before the robbery, howev- °

er this has not
confirmed .

It has also been alleged
the robbers arrived in Ack-

yet been

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lins by boat.

Mr Miller said: “We
don’t know if they were
from Acklins or somewhere
else.

“But we are doing inten-
sive investigations.”

Attempts to reach Mr
Knowles were unsuccessful
yesterday.

The island administra-
tor’s office was opened in
April 2006 and is the first
local government office for
the island’s 500 residents
who previously had to trav-
el to Crooked Island for
local government services

Anyone with infor mation
that may lead to the recov-
ery of the cash or capture
of the robbers should call
police as a matter of
urgency on 919, 502-9991
or call Crime Stoppers
anonymously on 328-TIPS
(8477).


THE TRIBUNE

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2010, PAGE 9





Minister Larry
Cartwright receives
Exporters , Association





BIS photo/Letisha Henderson
COURTESY CALL: Agriculture and Marine Resources Minister Lar-
ry Cartwright receives executives of Bahamas Marine Exporters
Association. Pictured from left: Michael Braynen, director of Fish-
eries; Cresswell Sturrup, permanent secretary; Tia Isaacs, presi-
dent of the BMEA; Minister Larry Cartwright; Glen Pritchard, BMEA
vice -resident and Percy Roberts, BMEA secretary.

MEMBERS of the Bahamas Marine Exporters Associa-

tion (BMEA) have pledged their support for the govern- .

ment’s move for Marine Stewardship Council certification
and the Fisheries Improvement Project.

Three officers of BMEA paid a courtesy call on Minister
of Agriculture and Marine Resources Larry Cartwright last
Thursday.

The officers included president Tia Isaacs of J & J Her-
itage Seafood, vice-president Glen Pritchard of Tropic
Seafood, and secretary Percy Roberts of Geneva Brass.

The Association was founded in May this year and was
incorporated last month. Its purpose is to collaborate with
the government, non-governmental organisations and
fishermen in preserving the lobster industry in the
Bahamas.

Remarkable

The BMEA members said the Department of Marine
Resources has done a “remarkable job” to make fisher-
men ready for new European Union certification require-
ments. ;

“The European Union with its emphasis on quality cer-
tification was a wake-up call to the industry,” stated the
BMEA.

Association members recently accompanied the
Department representatives on Family Island visits. They
said they were pleased to note the reduction in the num-
ber of undersized crawfish.

However, the members said it is Peprettable that “there
is still a market for them.”

The Association said it is committed to addressing this
issue.

THE OPEN HOUSE

MIKE LIGHTBOURN



NCE you select a real
estate agent to represent
you, they’ll often want to stage an
Open House for other BREA
agents and brokers.

One of your agent’s jobs is to
expose your home to the widest number of realtors and to
invite them to help secure a buyer. s

Your agent and others in the profession will already have.a
list of prospective purchasers with details of what they’re look-
ing for. ‘

In order to recommend your home to a prospect, real estate
agents and brokers will need to take a thorough tour of it.

Open Houses are an easy and convenient way to put your
home on the front burner.

Your real estate agent will first need your permission to
hold an Open House.

Assuming you agree, the agent will make all the arrange-
ments for the Open House. Your job is to make sure your
home and garden sparkle and is staged for the Open House.
This will include de-cluttering your home and perhaps storing
some of your furniture.

Your agent should be able to offer valuable advice on the
above.

The cooperating agents may want to take their own pho-
tographs for their personal marketing efforts, so make sure to
store any valuables you don’t want appearing in print ads or on
websites. Vendors should not be present during Open Houses
(or showings for that matter). It inhibits a free flow of dialogue
and your agent will want to be aware of any criticism so the two
of you can work on rectifying any negative per eption that
may arise.

Tip of the Week — Do not, I repeat, do not take offence at any
negative feedback your realtor may relay to you. Rather, wel-
come it as an opportunity to correct a problem at the outset.

(Mike Lightbourn is president of Coldwell Banker Light-
bourn Realty).

B Questions or deinen? Email me at ask@ColdwellBankerBa-
hamas.com. . 4

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PROPERTIES LISTED FOR SALE

Contact Account Officer listed below by using number code for each property.
HOUSES/APARTMENTS/COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS

(811) Tivo lats #248 & 2419 Dorsettville Sub-
division. Sombern District, New Providence
swith incomplere building. Properties ans nist-
dentially and multi-family zoned, with grad-
ed, incomplete indscaped and fenced jn
and sides. Building 4266 sq ft with 2 storey

multi-family at the roof stage with 1 bdrm
unitatached, There are accommodations
for the upper floor 4

units L bed 1 hath
aeh- 3 units, Pbed LP barh each, Lower floor
2bed 1 bath. Garage converted to f bed I
bath, whieh is 8% completed with a ten-
amt, Appraised value $296,000
£860) Lot offand north of Believers Gospel
pel, Prince Charles Dr. identified as Bir.
cel’B' and containing ad-unit apartment
comple. Property - 20,95 f sq f. Appraised
vale S47, 600,
(569) Lat ofland 8262 Auscatia Blvd. Bliz~
abeth Estates with 3-hdrm residence, Ap-
praised value $110,000.
{568} Lot af land Pinewood Gardens con-
taining ad- bdrm nsidence. Appraised yal-
ue SB5,000,
8H Locofland #l2 and #63 in Englerstan
containing an tacemplete triplex aparunent
Appraised value: $495,000,
(RY Condo Bldg 20-1 (TREEHOUSE) ia
“Bimini Bay Condomininm phases Ag}.
Bimini Bay North Binur. The unit is at
bdens | bath with 1140 square fees, with a
front perch, balcony and central ait condi-
toning, Appraised value: S380,{l00.
OK} Land located abouc 0.5 miles north:
west af George Town, located Bahama Sound
#8 East lowsaa7, a subdivision of ind situ.
atedat the northeastern portion of The Porest
Estate, in the vicinity of Mi. Thampsor and
Barmers Hill, Great Exuma, Bahamias. Site
contains 16.000 sq ftwith « daplex apart-
ment, cantaining 2-bdrm, T-bath apart
ments, 2160 sq ft living area of hardiplank
construction, Appraised vale $198,080
{008} Partially developed property focat-
ed Golf Bowevard, lor? 20, Fhimiage Bay
Estates sear George Town, Exum, Baba-
mas. The lard is 25.017 square feet and be-
ing developed with a Qve storey aparunent
complex with a living area of 1770 square
feet. The building is completed to the first
flaor beltcourse and all electrical, plumb-
ing and other rough work have been com-
pleted on the ground fluor, Appraised value
$100,050.00.
{008} Developed properiy located lots
#1 L169 & LE166, Bahama Sound #8, Great
Exuma. The and is 7.200 square feet con:
raining duplex wuha building ana of 1.706
square fect with (U two beds 2bath anit and
(1) two beds Tbath unit, Appraised value
$185,976.00.
{OORT Developed property located Lot#9758,
Bahama Sind 88 Lauthe nortwest-
ern portion of the Forest Estate in he vicin-
ity ofthe seqtlements of Mount Phompson
and Farmers Hill and ten miles south north-
westof George Town, Great Exum. Land -
10,061 sq It developed with a single family
residence with 1300 sq {living area, with
3-bdras, 2-btbens. Building is cunstructed
of hurdi-siding. Appraised value $154,000
(S69! Lotofland 4 1804, Pinewood Gar-
dens Subdivision, New Providence contait-
Inga 1.449 Sq fl building. Property 5008 sq
ft Appraised value TRA
(569) Latof land 939 and #20 in Black #23.
Nassau Vilage Subdivision, New Providence
contuning a 915 sq ft apartment building.
Property 5008 sq Ht. Appraised vale: TRA
(568) All thas pieee parcel ur locof land being
Lot @dis located in the Subdivision known
as Winton Meadows Estates situate in the
Eastern District of the island of New Prov
idenee and containing therean a partially

(OR? All that piece parcel or dor of land
being Lot No. S773, Bahamas Sound Ne. a
a subdivision of fand situated a the noruh-
em portion ol The Forest Estate’ in ihe v-
cinity of the sedlemment of Mt Thompson
and Farmer's Hill, Great Exuma, Bahamas.
Hf as‘les from George fown. The subject
site contains 10,000 squan: feet and undes
veloped. Appraised value of $18,000.06,
{008} All that piece parcel or dot af land
being Lot No, 19726-7 & 19283-4 located
Bahama Sound No. 21, on Taxi Way, a sub-
division of and situated at approximately
2000 feet narth east of Gearge Town, Old
Airport and about LS miles scutheast of the
serlement of George fawn, Great xan,
Babamas. The andeveloped properties ar
a total of 8,000 square foot, Appraised vale
$32,000.00

{0B} All that piece parcel or for of land
being Lot Ne. MAST loeated Bahama Sound
No 7, a subdivision situated appraximataly
Ld mile Southeasovardly of the Soudhside
and | mile of Muss fown Aiport, Great Exits
mia, Rahamias, located Morning Glory Road.
This.pardally developed fot contains 9,010
square feet, Appraised value $12,764,
(008) All haut piece pureed or tot of lind be-
ing Lot No. 1215, located Bahama Sound
Na. 8, a subdivision of land situated at the
southeastern portion of The Porust state, 0
the vicinity of the sevlonents of Southside
and The Forest. Great Exuma, Bahamas. This
developed band is a fatal af £0,600 square
fect. Appraised valite of 842.000,

i808) Allihat piere parcel or lot atland bey
ing Lot No, (R62 ocatied Sahara Sound No
5 East, a subdivision of land sisuited atthe
southestern portion of The Borest Estate in
the vicinity ofthe seulements of the South:
side and The Forest, Great Exum, Bahanias.
This undeveloped property contains a to-



tal of 16,000 square feet, Appraised value

312,000,
(729) A8acres of vacant land being por-
tian of Lor a6e, Plowers Road, Driggs Hill,



South Andras. Appraised value $35,000, 6

COMMERCIAL BANKING CENTRE PALMDALE SHOPPING CENTRE
292-322-459 20/9 or

2-302.3800

(2) Ms. Nienta Walker

05) Nis. Aaya Maja

NASSAU MAIN BRANCH

Feb 242-422-8700

704) Mp. fanes Seachan

CHS Ms. Thyra Jolanson

CRE Mos, Aloha ranipson
MACKE
Vek: 242-399
WEY Ms. Cherelle Martinburongh
IOHN E RENNEDY DRIVE BRANCH
Teh 2420547 1

M00) Mr Robert Pantry

aid) Mes. Gisandra Gilbert

‘Tels 242-350-0508 Tet
HOO) Mrs. Monique Crawford ay
INGE Me leramne Piades

iROS My. Brians Knowles

fAEB] Mie Mandy ke Pratt

LOA} Mis, Hope dealey

{Mos Tiffany Simas O'bden
O08) Mops. Lois Hollis

iOT} Mr. Lester Gay

IBOB] Mrs, DaShann Chee Paul
IBALL Ms, Lyslia Gardiner








1 (60)
i cels between Harbour Read and the Main
i Public Read near 22nd Strvet Spanish Wells,
) Bahamas. Property - 12,428 sq. ft, Building -
1 aS}O sqft cantaining 3 bdrms, 2 hath, living
F room, eat-in kitchen, laundry room, cov
| cred porch, covered water tank. Basement

v alue TRA



i a pernon ofa larger tract of land kaon
Pastors [hol
| southern district New lrovidence, Property
iis G24

Fern pei of The Forest Estate in the vie

| and Farmer's Hill, Groat Exuma one of the







_caristructed building. Property appros 8,000

sty Mt Appraised value TBA
{HOO Single-family! mvulli-family residen-
dial property being a partion akind #15 siai-
ated 1/4 asile evst of Soudh Crean Boulevard
in the Western Disirict of New Providence.
Property size 20.592 aq ft containing a 3
bdrins, 2 1/2 hrhrms residence and three
restaaces under construction. Appraised
valoe S250.000° ,

{869} Lot ofland #201 Arawak Ave, Fyfron
Estates Subdivision, Casters District, New

i Providence and containing 3-bdrm resi-

dence. Lot approx 6.000 sqft {BQ x 1a
Appraised vale TRA

(BOT) Lot No. 3. Black 24. located Cacu-
nut Grove, in the southern district af New
Providence, Bahamas housing a $338 sq ft
restaurant, Land is 5.250 sqdt, Appraised
value SEPA, 160

{BOT} Lot Na. 18. Block No 1 tocated in the
Churchill Subdivision. South Eastern Dis.
trict, Nassau. Babamas housing aone aod
two storey Six (B] Unit Apartment Coniplex,
‘Total size ofthe property is approx, 14.406
stuit. Appraised value $618,549.

{805} Single Family Residence, northern side
West Bay Street, immediately east of Caprice
Condominium Complex, Cable Beach. 5,854
sq finssidence has 5 berms, 4 1/2 bthems.
686 sq fidetached double car garage with

; reinforced sea wall, swimming pool & deck.

he waterfront property is 20,994 sq fh, Ap-
praised Value SLSL2.a71
(569) All chart piece parcel or fot of land sit-

| uate on the eastern side of Millers Raad

(now known asBacardi Ra} and 2,7

| south of Carnichael Road in he Southern
| District, New Providence contains duplex

(2-bed T-bathn, Balding - 1.616 sq ft prop-

F erty 8.077 sq ft Appraised valtic $180,000,

69; All that piece parcel ar plot of land
un prising 2.515 sqJe situate on the Kast-

| emn side of Armstrong St and approx. 30f.
| North of Shirley St. cumtalning a two-storey
i wooden struction. Appraised value TBA

Lotsa} and 2 ofa tract of'sewen par

with garage, Wwork-shop, play raom and small

| office area, House isin excellent condition
| landscaped with poured concrete driveways

& walkway. Appraised value $555.179,

Lot 32 Ocean Fstates Subdivision,
situated on Russell [slind, Spanish We

| Property: 12.179 sq. ff, building - 1876 sq
iit. Building is constructed of lumber and

hardy plank. containing 3 bdrms, 2 buh dive

ig ma, tn eat-in kitchen, dining roam,
: utility room, covered pareh, and covered
| water (ank. Proper landscaping with poured

conerte driveway & walkway. Appraised
value $$55.190 '
wt ot dand The Blufl, fleathera.

: overloaking Bhai Harbour. Property con-
| tains four parcels of land approx £91,528
| sq feet. Property is ideal for a waterfront
) development. Contains a threesplex cans
; daminiuar under construction and up te
© belt-counse, Also contains a private dock,
| Appraised value $1,118,000

860) Lot of and locatedt on Hussell island

| adjacentio the settlement of Spanish Wells,
| Property size 13.446 sq.ft, building size 3079
} sq.ft containing 3 burms, 2 bath, an eat-in
) Kitchen, living/dining room, unilicy raony,
| taundry ream, covered porch, covered drive:

way and a nwo car garage, Also contains a
30,000 gallon rainwater tank. Appraised
value $460,780

(560) Parcel orlotofland being It #27 ina
subdivision of § parcels situated immediately
east of Ocean Heights Subdivision, Russell
island, Spanish Wells. Property - 12,500 sq.ft
Building - 1820 sq ft. containing 2 bdrms,
2 bihrms, an eat-in kitchen, liv ving/ dining
room, laundry room and a ane car garage,
Covered front entryway. observation deck,
patio, Excellent condition. Appraised value
$314,000
{560} Lot ofland #1, Sea View Subdivision,
Russell stand, Spanish Wells, Property - 0,
284 sq.ft, Building - 2485 sq ft. with 3 bdrms,
2 bihems, an eat-in kitchen, living roons,
dining room and laundry room. one cir ga-
rape, covered sront porch/entryway anda
rear pario/ water tank. Properly landscaped,
poured concrete driveway and walkway, Ap-
praised yalue $375,000,
(560) Lot ofland about 1520 fi west of the
government dock at Muddy Hole, Russell
Iskand, Spanish Wells. Property size 17,083
sq, ft. Building size 2426 sy fl containing
3 bdrms, 2.1/2 bthrms, front room? din-
ing roont, kitchen. garage and cavered front
porch, Appraised value $347.00)
{865} Locoflandas situated at the west side
of the Coastal Water front and east side of
the Queen's Highway directly opposite the
Harold Road National osurance Sub-Office
atthe Blalf Setuentent of Seuth Andros and
containing 2-bed I -bath residence, Prop-
erty size (63' x 75°) apprax 4,725 sq ft. Ap-
pr aised value $75,000
{902} Lot #6A Banana Beach, Governar’s
Harbour, Eleuthera with a triplex founda-
tion Appraised Value $105,000,
{869} Tract of land situate South of Cawpen
Roadin the Eastern District of the [sland of
New Providence, Bahamas and containing
thereon a three bdem residence. Appraised
i value TBA
{869} Lot of land being Lot #A4 of the sub-
division known as Jahnson Estate situted
in the Eastern District of the island of New
Providence, Bahamas and containing therean
a two storey concrete building. Appraised
value $277,000.
(802) Lot # 54 situated In Lower Hogue
Eleuthera containing 2bed/} bath duplex,
property size 7.500 sq ft Appraised value
SU46,437
(902) Lot 6A North Palmetto Point Eleuthera
containing a 2bed/ [bath residence with ad-
journing incomplete apartment. Property size
8.500 sq. ft building size foorarea 1,639.08 +
covered porch. Appraised Value $188,740.00

(801) Parcel afland situated in the subdivi-
sion of Glemston Garden 11.250 sq ft Lows
block 20 in the district of New Providence
containing a two storey reskience, ground
Hoge contains a kitchen, dining mar. lounge,
a family room, a veranda at the front and
_ side with a patio te the back of the house.
‘The upper floor contains 2 barns, 2 bthrms.
walk in closet and a sturage area with a bal-
cany to master bdrm. Approx size of build-
ing 2900 sq ft. Appraisal THA
{860} Lot of land in Spanish Wells tocat-
ed between 8th and Qh street near The
Islander Shop. Froperty size 3.654 sq. fi.
Building (woeden structure! size 1370 sq.
iL. containing $ bdrms, 2 bath, front room!
dining room and Kichen, House isin good
condition, Proper landscaping with poured
concrete driveways & walkway: Appraised
valge $155,000.00,
{902} Lot No. CA-3 Palmetto Shares Sub-
division, South Palmetto Paint, Eleuthera
containing 3 bed 2 bath house with grass
floor area of 1.316 sq fe property size 8.300
sq ft: Appraised value S18Q.317
UO) Lot is situated Queens Highway in the
settement af Cargill Creek, Andros, woralting:







VACANT PROPERTIES

District, New Providence. Property
x TEO approx 7.30 sq f. Appraised



All that piece parcel tar ¢ S being



vutbers Shanes Subdivision

Â¥ 1O9.29 approx TOTS sy. Ap
d value TRA
AN hat piece parcel fot namh
35 Bahama Sound, &y) .
operty is 20,010 sq.ft. Appraise
value S176,000.
(889) Lot #14872 situated atthe neriheast-





cinity of the sestlemenss of Mt. Thompson



Rabama Ifands Property is 10.000 sq.8. Ap-
praised value SUQ,000.
i869} Lotatland #8 Forest Drive Subdivd:
sion situated South of Caniperdawen Drive
and approx, 30 ft. west af Calberts Hill
Drive, Eastern District, New Providence.
Hill tap property - 18.08! sq ft. Appraised

widue S201,000
i869) Latofland Lots Tand Lat 82 west-
ernside of Golden Isles Road south af Car



i michael Rd. in che Western District af New

Providence. Appmtised valtio $80,000
{HOY Vaca aut L an No {A, located an the eastern
é 4 North of Prince
: Drive, ne at, Hahamas. The open
Hi-Kanily property size ls approx.
O39 sy tt Appraised value St80.000
i902) Lové Hi comprising £0,546 sq ft sings
ated on Northeast side of the Queen's High:
way, Elouthera approx, Three bandredihs
of a mile Northwest ot the Palmetto Paint
crossing. Appraised Vile 834,600)



HOY Vaeantlotofland and beisg partola
parcel of a tract af land Known as “Hoops
ers” situstied on the island af Great Exiuna.
The property is conyprise of 8,667 sq.8, Ap»
praised value $25,000,

| {OR} All that piece parcel of land located
¢ Jots8eid in the subdivision known as §a-
hama Sound $12 situated ahout F miles
gurthwest of George fawn, Grest Esuma.
Appraised vale TBA,

fig} All that piece parcel af land being
lateSiOl focated Bahama Sound 3&8 sine
ated about the western portion of The For.
est Estate in the vicinity afthe Sedlements
of Southside and The Forest, Great Eaama,.
Appraised vahie TBA.

FN Lot ef land being number ten (0)
Block Number Thee Q) Bristal Bay Subdi-
vision, Unit One () inibe Breepart, Grand
Rahama, Bahamas . rape
acre, Appraised value $55,000,
869} Lovafland numbered T5318. TRIN
and 78dNT Bahania Sound of Exwma No.l!
Subdivision situate on the Island af Great
Kuma, Bahanlas. Appstised vahir $99,000.
(EO Lot S2b Grantanna Subdivkion ,
Western District af New Providence, Ba-
hamnas. Property is approx 6,805 sq f Ap-
praised value $80,000,
(589) Loess fn black #8 Ballou Dale Sub-
division, Southern District, New Prartenee,
Bahamas. Appraised valte TRA.

{880} “Lot of land identfied as Lot #3 be-
ing a partion af ihe subdivision ula tract
offand located in the village apprasiniate-
Wy Lal miles Southeast of the serlement
af Wemyss Bight, Eleuthera, Bahamas and
mreastring 3.280 aeres QUEST s S023 Ape
praised yalite $60,000

(MOR Lot ds 13.8 14 Block 50 Greenwood
Estates Subdivisions, Cat island, property size
8,000 sq. fLoach, Appraised Vahie $40,000
(802) Lot FU) comprising approximately
10348 sq ft sitiated on the nurtheatt side of
Qaven’s Righway, Palmetio Poin’, Heathens:
Appraised vale $54,600

WOU) Lot $19 is sitnated Coakley Town,
Brosh Creek Andros, totalling § avers ef land,
with 350 feet along the water front, ‘This
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30,000 sq ft. Property contains one connplet-
ed building 2 bdrm. 2bath 1,200 sq feet, and
two under construction. Appraised value
B24, 502.00

£460} Lotis simated in Coakley Bight, Behring
Point Andros totalling 30,3398q ft. Property
contains a split level Sbed 2 bath 2,286 sq ft
house, Appraised value - $196,253

(400) Lat #16 is sittiated in Marina Ridge
in the setdement of Fresh Creek Andros, f0-
talling 16,200 sq ft. Property contains acne
bdrm one bath house 840 sq ft. Appraised
value - $90,260

(802 Lot of land situated in the area of
Pindling Drive in the setilement of Rack
Sound, Eleuthera, with stone building up
to belt course, Property size 11,333 sq frAp~
praised value $35,000
(802) Lot # CA 1, Palmetto Shores, South
Palmetio Point, Deuthera, containing 3-sta-
rey 4 bien 3 bath house approx, 3,336 sq ft
living space; property size 11,068 sq ft. Ap-
praised value $230,000 ;
(008) All that piece of parcel or lot ofland
heing lot No.4742 Bahama Sound of Exu-
ma No.6 a subdivision of land situate at the
southeastern portion of The Forest Estate in
the vicinity of the settlements of the South-
side and The Forest Great Exuma, Bahamas,
Hroperty size 10,000 sq ft. Building size 2400
sq ft. Consisting of 2- | bdrm and bath unit
and 1-2 bdrms bath unit. Appraised yalue
$219,200.00

(008) Lat ofland being No. $996 located Ba-
hama Sound No.7 east, a subdivision of
land situate ai the eastern portion of the
Forest Estate in the vicinity of Southside
and Forest. Containing concreté building
consisting of 3 bed 2 bath home Building
size 1062 sq fi. Lot size 10,000.00 sq fi. Ap-
praised value $219,650.00,

{008} Lot of land #12975 Bahama Sound
# 14 approximately 1-5/8 miles southeast-
erwardly of George Town, Exuma. Contain-
ing Hardi- plank building consisting of a
iriplex partial complete 2-1 bdrms 1 bath
and i-bdrin J bath units. Building size 2160
sq ft. Lot size 10.000 sq ft. Appraised value
$485,990.00

{008} Lot # B-5707 Bahama Sound Ne. 7
East simated approximately 1] miles north
west of George Town, Exuyna. Located be-
tween Mt Thompson and the Forest. Con-
taining a triples of 2-} bdrm } bath units and
L-2bdrms | bath unit. Building size 1703
sq ft. Property size 4,000 sq ft. Appraised
value $234,160.00.

(008) All that piece of parcel to lot of land
being lot No, 9800, Bahama Sound No. 9,
a subdivision of land situate at the north-
easicrn ponion of the Forest Estate in the
vicinity of the setdement of Mt. Thompson
and the Porest. Containing a triples. Build-
ing size 2492 sq ft. Property size 10,060 sq
ii. Appraised value TBA.

i908} All that piece of parcel af lats of land
being Lot No. 6226, Bahama Sound No. 7 East |
a subdivision of land situate atthe eastern
portion of the Forest Estate in. the vicinity of
Southside and Forest. Property size 10,000.00
sqit. Containinga duplex. Building size 1152
sq ft Appraised value $188,320.00

£589) Lotoffand known as Lot 823) in Treas-
ure Cave Subdivision situated in the eastern
District af New Pravidence and containing
thereon a three 3} biirin two) bath residence
with swimming pool and other amenities,
Building is apprex 1.775 sq.ft and property
is 6,200 sq.ft. Appraised Value S74,340.00
{569} All that piece parcel or lot of land
situated Springfield Rd.Fox Hill and cen-
taining thereon a four bdrm two bath resi-
denee. Property size10,000 sq.ff. bldg 1,852
sqft. Val. $175,000.

-esidential and sinall resort dewelopment.
Appraised value - $198. 322

i800} Vacantland and beinga portion of lat
#15 comprised of Q.974 ofan acre, situated
_ tile east afSouth Gcean Boulevard, This
area is zoned for single famifymalil family
residential. Appraised value $170.00,

3208) All that piece af parcel or Jot ofland

being lot No, $919 situate in the settlement
af Bahama Sound No, dof the Island of Ex-
uma within the Commonwealth of the Ba-
hanias. Property Size 10,000 sq A. Vacant
property. Appraised value $10,000.00
{QOH All that piece of parcel or tor of land
being lot Nos. 9682 &9859 of Bahama Sound
No.9 on the Island of Great Esuma situate
aban 1012 iiles Northwest afsetdement
af George Town, Exuma, Bahamas, Property
Size 10.000 sq f. Vacant praperas Appraised
value S000

{808} All that piece of parcel arlat of land
being lot Ne. 8-829 Bahania Sound Nott
of Great Bouma Bahamas, Property Size
1Q,000 sy ft. Vacant. property Appraised
value S16, 800.00

(QU) All that piece af parcel at land being
Lot Number 1202 in the subdivision called
and known as Bahansa Sound No, 3 situate
an the Istand of Exuma. Lot size 10.000 sq
Rxppnnised value $8000.08

{QB} Awe parcels af land. fot No, 3199,
Bahama Sound of Exuma No.5 ont the Is-
lane of Great Bxama and Lot No. 8795 105
miles narthwest af George Town being of
Bahama Sound No.8 east Esuma Sabamas,
Both vacantlats are 18,000 sq ft. Appraised
TRA,

8M Lotafland in Rastern Estates Bisterns
District, New Providence, Lat § 1 in Black
Number 8 property is approx 7,048 sq.
Appraised Value TRA

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ated Shirdey Heights Subdivision being Lat
a8 Block 21 containing thervan a 3 bed 2
bath concrete building. Appraised value
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Unlock Common We alth

By SIR RONALD
SANDERS

The writer is a member of
the Eminent Persons Group
established by Common-
wealth Heads of Government
to report by October 2011 on
strengthening the Common-
wealth. The commentary
below is an abridged version
of a speech delivered to. a
Consultation of Heads of
Commonwealth Organisa-
tions and diplomats on
“Reinvigorating the Com-
monwealth.”

OVER the years of the
Commonwealth’s existence
much has been written about
how it is perceived, how it
can better project itself, how
it can strengthen its institu-
tions, and how it can remain
relevant in a changed and
changing world.

The difference between
what has been written so far
by academics, think-tanks,
and parliamentarians, and
the work of the Eminent
Persons Group (EPG) is that
the EPG’s work has been
specifically mandated by
Heads of Government.

They have asked for a
report that, in the words of
the Affirmation issued at
their meeting last November
in Port-of-Spain, will ensure
that “the Commonwealth
will remain relevant to its
times and people in future”
and will help to build “a
stronger and more resilient










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and progressive family of
nations founded on endur-
ing values and principles.”

The group must present
ideas that Heads of Govern-
ment can collectively
endorse and implement.
They must be ideas that are
visionary as well as practi-
cal; ambitious as well as
achievable; standard-setting
as well as opportunity creat-
ing.

Traditions

We have to be mindful
that the Commonwealth is
not an Organisation tied by
Treaty whose rules are bind-
ing on member states. It is a
voluntary association of sov-
ereign states that have decid-
ed that because they share
certain traditions, there is
benefit in working together.

We must be heedful too
that, in their association,
Commonwealth govern-
ments have made commit-
ments to democracy, human
rights, human dignity and
freedom, and that fulfilment
of these commitments lie at
the heart of the Common-
wealth’s credibility and its

























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relevance.

- . The EPG recognises that

the Commonwealth should
not and cannot attempt to
tackle every issue that con-
fronts mankind, and that
focus should be placed on its
strengths and how to make
them more effective.

. We recognised the impor-
tant inter-linkages between
democracy/governance/huma
n rights/rule of law on one
hand and poverty allevia-
tion/sustainable develop-
ment/economic empower-
ment on the other.

We acknowledged that
just as democracy will not be
upheld without development,
development will not be sus-
tained without democracy.

We have begun to explore
a number of ideas such as a

Commonwealth Charter that

expresses an ethos of Com-
monwealth Community that
reflects civil and political
norms and through which
member countries commit
themselves to fundamental
rights and freedoms, values
and principles as contained
in several declarations by
Heads of Government.
Discussion has
focused on the Common-
wealth Ministerial Action
Group (CMAG) established
to protect Commonwealth
values and principles and to
take’ action against member
states that indulge in serious
or persistent violations of
them.

The Group regards
CMAG as a bright jewel in
the Commonwealth Crown;
one that should not be
allowed to tarnish, but
should continue to sparkle
as a tribute to Common-
wealth commitment to its
values. The Group would
like to see further empower-
ment of CMAG to take up
the full gamut of its remit to
deal with “serious or persis-

tent” violations beyond’

unconstitutional overthrow
of an elected government.
We regard the Secretary-
General’s “good offices” role
as equally. important in
addressing violations of
human and civil rights before
they become cancerous. Pre-
vention is better than cure.
But, we recognise that this

‘role is under resourced and

requires not only wider
machinery to alert the Sec-
retary-General to potential
problems.

And, we are not neglect-
ful of the need to promote
social and economic. devel-
opment or.of the global chal-

lenges of the moment that

have a‘great impact upon
many Commonwealth coun-

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such payments twice each year — during their bir th month and six months thereafter, In
this regard, pensioners who have not been verified w. rithin the last seven months are

advised that no further pension cheques will be issued to them - either through bank

accounts or through pay stations in the Family Islands - until they have submitted

themselves to the verification process.

In order to avoid the suspension of payments, pensioners are urged to submit to the

verification process immediately, Payments to pensionets who fail to be verified will be

suspended, and will be resumed only after they have been verified.

To be verified, Pensioners may ptesent themselves to any one of NIB's Local Offices, ot,

preferably, they may download a Form B75b (for those in receipt of Benefit) or B75a (for
those in receipt of Assistance) from NIB’s website, wwwnib-bahamas.com, complete it
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Attorney of the Supreme Court; a Public Officer above the rank of Assistant Head of

Department; an ordained Minister of Religion; a Bank Manager; Magistrate; ot Justice of

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tries. These include climate
change which threatens the
very existence of some Com-
monwealth countries; and
the need for special and dif-
ferential treatment for small
states by the international
financial institutions and the
World Trade Organisation.

We also recognise that to
do its job effectively, the
Commonwealth Secretariat
requires more resources that
cannot come from govern-
ments alone. They can also
come from strategic partner-
ships with private sector
groups and foundations even
outside the Commonwealth.
And, through these partner-
ships, the Commonwealth
could make a big difference
to inoculations against dis-
ease, improving infant mor-
tality, and improving educa-
tional facilities.

We would like to see
Youth brought into the
mainstream of Common-
wealth thinking and activity.
Discussions have begun
about the possible develop-

‘ment of a youth programme

aimed at promoting
exchanges by young people
between Commonwealth
countries in which transfer
of knowledge and volunteer-
ing would be underlying con-
siderations.

Knowledge

We see it as a movement
of young people across Com-
monwealth countries to live,
study and commune in each
other’s countries in a struc-
tured and organised pro-
gramme that would leave
each of them with a better
knowledge and appreciation
of each other’s culture and
circumstances.

We are also considering
the expansion of the four
regional Commonwealth
Youth Centres into larger
Commonwealth regional
offices for a wider range of
activities.

The question has often
been posed: if the Common-.

‘wealth did not exist, would

we invent it? The answer is:
we are lucky; we don’t have
to invent it. It exists. It is a
gift — an association. of 54
countries, large and small,
from all the continents of the

‘world representing 2 billion

people of all races and reli-
gions.

Together, the countries of
the Commonwealth are
responsible for more than 20
per cent of world trade,
about 20 per cent of invest-
ment and approximately 20
per cent of world GDP.
According to the Common-
wealth Business Council,
“over $3 trillion in trade hap-
pens within the Common-
wealth every year and the
Commonwealth has seen
over $200 billion worth of
investment over the last 10
years.” A common language
and common laws have
brought down the price of
doing business among Com-
monwealth countries by 20
per cent.

This demonstrates that
there is enormous potential
within the Commonwealth
for delivering benefits to its
people, but Commonwealth
leadership — in government
and the private sector + must
do something about it.

} There is clearly an
unlocked potential for boost-
ing wealth in the Common-
wealth. The key may very
well be strict adherence to
democracy and good gover-
nance by all Commonwealth
countries that would encour-
age more trade and invest-
ment across the Common-
wealth, improving the
economies and social condi-
tions of all its members.

Responses and previous
commentaries:
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Bahamas



Fam nets |

thousands of dollars
in projected revenue

A SPEEDY turn-around
of business to generate
thousands of dollars in rev-
enue for the economy has
been promised to the
Bahamas.

The promises have come
‘from several aviation exec-
_utives who were a part ofa
group hosted by the
Bahamas Ministry ‘of
Tourism and Aviation 'on
its recent'2010 FBO (Fixed
Base Operations) Fam,
that visited Grand
Bahama, Exuma and
Green Turtle Cay in Aba-
co.

Initiative
The group of more than

40 members of the aviation
industry taking part in the

Ministry of Tourism’s mar- ©

keting initiative included
general aviation pilots,
representatives of Florida
FBOs, aviation clubs,

schools, organisations and .

media. ,

According to aviation
executives, over the next
few months the Bahamas
can expect an increased
number of organised fly-
ing groups, including
Showalter FBO’s Bahamas
Fly-In to Grand Bahama
and Marsh Harbour, Aba-
co, October 7-10; a Hal-
loween Lobster Fly-In to
Green Turtle Cay, Abaco,














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Premiums have not been controlled by cutting
benefits and coverage for catastrophic illnesses

COLONIAL GROUP.
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Promises come from

aviation executives

October 29-31; an Air
Journey Fly-In to Comfort
Suites, Paradise Island,
December 3-5, and a five-
day Fly-In scheduled for
Stella Maris, Long Island,
February 27-March 4. »

Aircraft Owners and °

Pilots Association statis-
tics have revealed that a
2008 survey showed that of
its 420,000 members, 86
per cent expressed an
interest in flying:to the
Bahamas.

_. The statistic validates

the aviation department’s
use of an annual familiari-
sation trip as the chief
marketing tool to show-
case the beauty and diver-
sity of Bahamian islands,
tourism officials said.

The trip also educates
aviators on the procedures
and formalities of flying to
the Bahamian islands from
the United States. |

The FBO Fly-In each
year attracts potentially
new partners for the Min-
istry of Tourism and Avia-
tion, while cementing rela-
tionships that have been

”



Premium increases have on average been lower
than the market rate ig

formed over previous
years. The success of the
FBO Fams has resulted in
the Bahamas having creat-
ed a group of professionals
in the general aviation
industry who have become
“Bahamas Flying Ambas-
sadors.”

Experts

Bahamas Flying Ambas-
sadors become experts on
the ins and outs of flying
to and around the
Bahamas. oS

As a result, they serve as
an extension to the
Bahamas’ own aviation
marketing team.

Newcomers to the FBO
Fly- In this year included
representatives of Florida
FBO’s Showalter, Orlan-
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the Bryan
brothers

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter

bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

BAHAMIAN tennis ace
Mark Knowles and his dou-
bles partner, American
Mardy Fish, will have their
hands full today when they
take on top seeds American
identical twin brothers Bob
and Mike Bryan in the third
round of the US Open.

Their match will be played
sometime today in Flushing
Meadows, New York, after
Fish plays his third round sin-
gles match against No.3 seed
Novak Djokovic.

Having lost 6-3, 6-4 to the

Bryans in the first round of,

the Farmers Classic in Los

Angeles at-the end of July,

Knowles said they are eager
for the rematch.

“We’re looking forward to
it,” said Knowles, as he took
advantage of yesterday’s.day
off. “It’s going to be a tough
match. They’ve been having a
great summer. Obviously,
their record speaks for them-
selves.

“Butt Mardy and I feel very
confident. We know we have
a really good chance against
them and we know we can
play well enough to beat
them. We just have to go out

there and execute and hope-

fully get things done.”

The draw has already seen
one of the tournament
favourites gone in Knowles’
former partner, Mahesh Bhu-
pathi, and Max Mirnyi, the
No.4; seeds, who, were elimi-
nated Saturday.

Knowles said he and Fish,
the No.15 seeds, are not look-
ing to be another early casu-
alty.

“Everyone’s tough in this
tournament. There’s no easy
draw,” Knowles pointed out.
“We’re aware of that and we
know it’s a tough draw for us
and it’s tough for the Bryans.

“That’s why you just have
to take it one match at a time.
On any given day, these pro-
fessional tennis players. are
capable of pulling off an

upset. Mardy and J are confi-.

dent in our ability and we
know that anybody we can
beat anybody.”

And right now, Knowles
said they simply have to go
out today and take care of the
Bryans.

It won’t be easy, consider-*

ing the fact that Fish, at
No.19, is still alive in singles
and will have to take on No.3
Djokovic just before their
doubles match, °

“It’s a little bit tricky, but
we just hope that he wins
quickly against Novak and we
get the job done against the
Bryans,” Knowles projected.
“But it’s a good position to
be in. yall nae ni

“He’s winning a lot of
matches in singles and we’re
winning a lot of matches in
doubles. Having said that, we

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Pitchers
take victory
spotlights...

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A second

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

onald
Thomas
was just shy
of adding
ta; he :*-¢
IAAF/VTB Bank Conti-
nental Cup title to his
résumé and sprinter Deb-
bie Ferguson-McKenzie and
quarter-miler Christine
Amertil both ran on victori-
ous relay teams for the
Americas team.

The two-day meet held
over the weekend in Split,
Croatia, saw the 26-year-old
Thomas and Rashid Ahmed
Al-Mannai of Qatar both
clear 2.28 metres or 7-feet,
6-inches.

But it was Al-Mannai,
representing the Asia-Pacif-
ic, who came away with the
victory on fewer knock-
downs over Thomas, who
represented the Americas
team.

“First I’d like to thank
God for bringing me thus
far and for blessing me with
second at a prestigious
event such as the World
Cup,” Thomas said.in an
interview with The Tribune
yesterday.

“My performance was
okay..I was going for the’
win, but, wasn't).good .,

FANTASTIC FOUR: The women's Americas team (shown [-r), Cydonie Mothersille of Cayman Islands, Debbie Ferguson-McKenzie,
Shalonda Solomon of the US and Kelly-Ann Baptiste of Trinidad & Tobago, pose for photographers after winning 4x100m relay Saturday.

_ (AP Photo)

‘for Thomas

Debbie Ferguson-

McKenzie and

Christine Amertil
help Americas
relay teams

win gold at the
Continental Cup

enough on this particular
day. I’m having problems
with my approach. Once I
work on-a few things this
off season with coach, I will
be a consistent 2.36m guy.
“Every coach who has
interest in the high jump .
who runs into me is telling

’me that there is no one out

there with more potential
or bounce and its minor
adjustments that I need to
make to be the best.”

Effort

For his effort, Thomas
walked away with a cash
prize of $15,000. Al-Mannai
collected $30,000.

“The meet was well
organised and upscale.
Working with the Americas
staff was like no other com-
petition I’ve been to,”
Thomas said.

“The staff was there for
the athletes and not the ath-
letes there for the staff, so it
was a new and refreshing
feeling.” :

As the meet came to a
close yesterday, Amertil
anchored the Americas
team of Jamaican Shericka
Williams, American.Debbie
Dunn and Nickiesha Wilson
to first place.

Amertil had a hefty lead
over Russian Tatyana Firo-
va, who closed in the 5 :p a
bit with 250 metres remain-
ing. But Amertil was able
to dig down deep and held
on for the win in 3:26.37.
The Americas quartet split
$30,000 for their victory.

So did the team of
Cydonie Mothersille of the
Cayman Islands, Bahamian
Debbie Ferguson-McKen-
zie and 100m: runner-up
Shalonda Solomon of the
US and 100m champion
Kelly-Ann Baptiste of
Trinidad & Tobago. The
quartet clocked 43.07.15 for
their win over Europe.

The Bahamian trio
helped the Americas to post
a second place overall in the
point standings with 404.5
behind Europe, who ended
up 418.

Africa got third with 285
and Asia-Pacific came
fourth with 283.5.





Tennessee Titans cut Myron Rolle

By RENALDO DORSETT

’ Sports Reporter

rdorsett@hotmail.com

AFTER the final week of the Nation-
al Football League preseason, high pro-
file defensive back and the newest
Bahamian edition to the NFL now finds
himself without a franchise. heading into
the regular season.

Myron Rolle was released by the Ten-
nessee Titans this weekend as the team
made its final effort to trim the roster to
53 players headed into the regular sea-
son.

Rolle was beaten out by fellow rookie
safety Robert Johnson for the final roster
spot at the position.

Former pro bowler Michael Griffin is
the starter at free safety with six year

vet Vincent Fuller second string with
Johnson third.

_ Rolle finished the preseason with 10
total tackles, six solo, and finished 12th

on the team in the
category.

He had his best
performance in
week two against the
Arizona Cardinals
when he finished
with four total tack-
les, three solo, which
tied for third
amongst game high
leaders.

The Titans
released 20 players
and placed veteran linebacker David
Thornton on the reserve/physically-
unable-to-perform list as he continues
to recover from hip surgery.

Linebacker Gerald McRath was also
relegated to the reserve/suspended list
for the first four games.

The Titans decided to keep contro-
versial undrafted rookie running back
LeGarrette Blount, while they released

RELEASED: Rolle.

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veteran Samkon Gado. Defensive end
Raheem Brock was also cut.

Center Kevin Matthews, an undrafted
free agent, and the son of Hall of Fame
lineman Bruce Matthews, also was cut.
Matthews will reportedly make the team
as a prime candidate for the Titans’ prac-
tice squad. °

Rolle is another possibility for the
practice squad if he clears waivers, and is
not signed by another team with a deci-
sion to continue his NEL career hang-
ing in the balance.

He signed an endorsement deal with
Reebok last month as another athlete to
represent the. brand which includes oth-

"er noteworthy athletes such as Peyton

Manning, Eli Manning, Vince Young,
Chad Ochocinco, Santonio Holmes, and
others.

The Titans' roster is likely to change in
the next few days as teams look to solid-

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High jumper wants explanation over subvention cut

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

WHILE enjoying his success as
he continues his comeback from

being the world champion, high |

jumper Donald Thomas said he’s
peeved that his subvention from the
Bahamas Government has been cut
and there’s no explanation as to why.

Thomas, who is now heading back
to Auburn to continue his training
for possibly the Commonwealth
Games next month in India, finished
second in the men’s high jump at
the IAAF/VTB Bank Continental
Cup after he and Rashad Ahmed
Al-Mannai of Qatar cleared 2.28
metres of.7-feet, 6-inches.

‘on the calendar,

Al-Mannai,
however, won the
title on less knock
downs and he
earned $30,000.
Thomas ended
up in second and [
he pocketed
$15,000.

With the Com-
monwealth
Games as the
next major event

DONALD THOMAS

Thomas said he
wants to compete, but his focus is

' on reclaiming his IAAF World

Championship title that he won in
2007 in Osaka, Japan.
“As of now I’m scheduled to go to



the Commonwealth Games to put
the Bahamas on the map, but there
are a few things that I don’t like and
I can’t get an answer as to why my
subvention was cut in August. I’m

ranked sixth in the world out of bil-

lions of people. And I was ranked

top 10 all year. There are no more

' than five athletes ranked in the top

20 in there event in the Bahamas.
“T think it’s a personal thing that
the head people who are in charge of
sports in the Bahamas have against
me, but they couldn't stop my flow if
they were a traffic police.”
The highest ranked male Bahami-

an athlete competing in athletics.

today said he’s disappointed in the

‘treatment he’s receiving, but he

admitted that life must go on.

“The Minister of Sports (Charles
Maynard) told me the recommen-
dation came from the BAAA. The
president of the BAAA (Mike
Sands) told me the BAAA didn’t
send the recommendation,” Thomas
said.

“Now the BAAA are telling me
that the former administration under
Mr Hollingsworth made the recom-
mendation and that the current
administration has nothing to do
with it. No one seems to know.”

Neither Maynard nor Sands were
available for comments yesterday.

Thomas has called on all Bahami-
ans to show more appreciation to
the athletes and not pull them down.

“J feel I do a lot for my country as
far as exposure and putting the name

‘Bahamas’ in places people never
heard of,” he said. “Going to the
Commonwealth Games is putting
my off season at risk..

“I’m 90 per cent healthy right now
and if I go, ’'m risking injury and
recovery time, and getting nothing in
return as for my subyention being
cut.”

Thomas said he enjoys represent-
ing the Bahamas, but he said he
would expect some type of appreci-
ation because it’s a nine to five job
he’s doing. “I want to thank all my
fellow Bahamians (family, friends,
civilians and Mt Zion) for the sup-
port they have been giving me,” he
stressed. “My attitude is if they kick
me off the bus, I’m going to jog
there. But I will get there.”



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RACE DAY: Sailing boats can be seen in Montagu Bay during the first King Eric Gibson Regatta over the weekend.

Eudeva comes from
emerge as B Class c

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
- bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

THE light winds in Montagu Bay forced
organisers of the first King Eric Gibson
Regatta to postpone the three races in the A
Class over the weekend.

However, the Eudeva, skippered by Shel-
don Gibson, was able to come from behind to
take two of the three races in the B Class to
emerge as the champions.

Organisers have indicated that they will
return this weekend to put on the three A

Class races and they will also include the C °

Class because of the tremendous support
they received from the public.

Legendary patron King Eric Gibson, for

_the first time during an interview, seemed to
have been ‘emotional over what he witnessed
on Saturday and Sunday.

“Words cannot express how I feel,” said
Gibson, as he soaked up some of the enter-
tainment provided by some of his collcagucs
in the music.industry.

“I’ve been all over the world and every
time I’m asked to name some of the most
exciting things that have happened in my life,
I always say music in general because it has
always been a part of my life.”

But Gibson said if he was asked that same
question now, he would have to say the regat-

"ta is one of the top tributes that he will cher-
ish for the rest of his life.

“The thing that makes this so special is
who has done it,” said Gibson, referring to

local businessman Craig Flowers, who along
with Sir Durward Knowles, Peter Nygard,
Al Collie and Mike Stubbs, have combined to
sponsor the regatta.

“Craig, my long-time friend, started the
whole thing and my other friends came
together and joined him. This makes me feel
really good because I don’t think anybody
else:in this country can get that kind of spon-
sorship.”

Gibson, whose Queen Drucilla ended up
second overall, said this was by far the largest
regatta held this year in the country with
some $40,000 being presented in cash prizes
and trophies.

Flowers, owner of FLM: Group of Com-
panies, said when he recently visited King
Eric at his home, he discovered that there
wasn’t a single regatta to honour anyone in a
long time.

“IT walked away from his house that
evening, believing that we could pull off a
regatta in the name of King Eric,” Flowers
said. “But I had no idea that thought would
evolve into what I see here today.

“It is just absolutely amazing. Nothing to do
with me. It means nothing to me because the
funds that I would have put up to start this
ball rolling, the thousands of people out Here

is truly a testament to the life of King Eric.” -

All weekend, Flowers said everybody he
passed by were complimenting him for allow-
ing them to come out and to honour King
Eric for his contribution to the sport.

. “I just want to say to King Eric and to his
family, he that has given so much, we can

behind to
hampions |

truly say thank you and we can really appre-
ciate what he has done,” said Flowers, who

noted that he has so many stories to tell about

the life and time of King Eric.

“Tm just amazed. I’m flabbergasted
because I don’t know what to say to King
Eric. I know I started this with a kind heart,
but I never envisioned that I-would have cre-
ated the spark to foster such a gathering
today. I’m very pleased with the decision to
do it.”

On Saturday, Ants Nest, skippered by Lee
Armbrister, pulled off the first race.in the
series. However, Sheldon Gibson’s Eudeva
came back and took the second race.

. Yesterday, Gibson continued the winning

- Streak as his Eudeva wrapped up the only

race contested to finish on top of the stand-
ings in the B Class.

Remado Ross, who was sailing with King .

Eric since he was six years old, skippered
Gibson’s Queen Drucilla to a second place
finish.

Attempts were made on both days to stage

at least one race in the A Class, but the light "
winds forced organisers to call them off. Now

they say they will attempt to do them this
weekend.

“It’s a shame that when the wind died
down, it didn’t afford them the time to start
the A Class,” Flowers said. “It’s one of those

unfortunate things. But I’m sure that the hard -

working committee that he has will bring a
conclusion to this regatta because the awards
presentation won’t take place until his birth-
day on September 23.”



Davis-Thompson announces formation of the
Bahamas High-performance Track Academy

OLYMPIC sprint champion and IAAF
council member Pauline Davis-Thompson is
pleased to announce the formation of the
Bahamas High-performance Track Acade-
my (BHTA), an‘athletic training programme
for selected high school and professional ath-
letes.

The new BHTA will provide talented
young high school athletes with the neces-
sary support that they would need to be both

athletically and academically successful, while:
further developing, nurturing, and enhanc- '

ing the athletic skills of their professional
counterparts.

BHTA will take a holistic approach to the
coaching, training, and mentoring of its ath-

letes, with the goal of providing them with the :

tools and skills necessary to' maximize their
potential for longevity in the high perfor-
mance world of track and field and the high-
ly competitive world of academia. “Almost
with surety I can’say, when an athlete leaves
our programme, any coach, in any major col-
lege or university, will want to recruit them. It
would be up to them to choose from the
many offers that they will potentially receive
if they come and Successfully advance through
the programme,” says double Olympic medal-
list Davis-Thompson, who, in addition to hav-

ing almost 32 years of success on the track,’

has also had a successful career as a coach.
A NCAA coach of the year at the Univer-
sity of Tennessée, where she coached Jeneba
Tormoh to a World Junior Championship in
_ the 100m, Davis-Thompson has also coached



i

American quarter-mil-
er Monique Hennagan
to a US Championship
and a fourth place fin-
ish in the 400m at the
2004 Olympics.

In addition, she has
guided Bahamian 400m
runner Christine Amer-
til to World Indoor sil-
ver and bronze medals,
as well as a NACAC
championship. record
run of 50.34 in the 400m
- a time that still stands
as a record today.

Now, the Olympic
champion is set. to
impart this wealth of DAVIS-THOMPSON
coaching knowledge on
a new generation of young Bahamian track
athletes, as she seeks to give back to the
youth, the nation, and the nation’s growing
track and field programme.

From September 24-26 at the Thomas A
Robinson Track and Field Complex, the
BHTA will host trials for high school stu-
dents - from ages twelve (12) to sixteen (16)
years old - who are presently not affiliated
with one of the already established track
clubs.

Trials will be conducted — on Friday, Sep-
tember 24 — in the 100 and 400 meters, begin-
ning at 6pm. On Saturday, September 25,
beginning at 8am, trails will be held for the



110m hurdles. And on Sunday, September
26, again starting at 8am, trials will be con-
ducted in the 200 and 800 meter disciplines.
- The two male and female athletes (12-13
and 14-16) showing the most potential in a
particular discipline will be considered for
the Academy.

In addition to their athletic abilities, stu-
dents will also be considered based on their
ability to succeed academically, as part of
the BHTA’s aim is have its athletes physically
and academically ready to further their track
and field careers - post high school - at one of
the many NCAA Division I institutions in
its network of colleges and universities.

. Davis-Thompson will be joined in this new
venture by her former Atlanta-based training
partner and coach, Mark Humes.

An English lecturer at the College of the
Bahamas, Humes was a former nationally
ranked decathlete at Morehouse College and

was named Georgia Athletic Coaches Asso-

ciation Coach of the Year in 1999 and 2000

‘ for having lead the Marist High School Boys

track and field programme to regional cham-
pionships.
Humes also brings a wealth of knowledge
to the organisation having served as an assis-
tant sprint coach at Morehouse College and
the University of Puerto Rico. He has
coached several world champion and Olympic
athletes, including Aaron Cleare, Derrick
Atkins, and Adrian Griffith, as well as New

Orleans Saints’ receiver and Atlanta native

Leigh Torrence.

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Coach K
pleased, but

US faces higher
expectations

By BRIAN MAHONEY
AP Basketball writen



ISTANBUL (AP) — Those iedicting that
the US will fall short of a world championship
are focusing on the back of the jerseys.

They no longer include names such as
BRYANT or JAMES.

Those expecting the Americans to win anyway
do so because of what's still on the front.

"I think there is a certain element that does
persist that because we have USA on our jersey,
that's good enough," USA Basketball chairman
Jerry Colangelo said. "And as the world com-
petition has improved, it gets very challenging,
especially with a young, inexperienced group
of guys, regardless of how much talent we have.

"Personally, I'd rather be hunted like that
' than the opposite."

Colangelo and coach Mike Krzyzewski say
they are satisfied with what they've seen from
the undefeated-Americans, who face Angola in ,
an elimination game today in the round of 16.

But fans and media in Turkey seem to expect
a higher level, one reachable by the star-studded
Olympic gold medallists of two years ago but
maybe not by a young team that hasn't been
together nearly as long.

They expect the US not only to win the tour-
nament, but also every game and perhaps even
every quarter along the way. Krzyzewski always
faces similar expectations at Duke, where he
says: "people think we should win every: game
and not let anyone score.

"T don't want that to be what this team feels,"
he said, allowing he'd be OK with any criticisms
if he'd brought back the team from Beijing.

"If we had all the main guys here, you should
nitpick anything, because that's the world they
live in. They always have to (play well),"
Krzyzewski said. "We have a young group. I
think our guys have done great and part of it,
this.is the first experience. ‘

"I think they've been terrific and now they get
achance to do something that will be a momen-
tous thing in their careers if they can, in the
next eight days, if they can get it done. I would
like for them to be youthfully enthusiastic and
try to accomplish something instead of trying to
be perfect or whatever. Being perfect is about
those other guys."

The Americans blew out their first two oppo-
nents, then needed a miss at the buzzer by
Brazil's Leandro Barbosa to eké out a 70-68
victory. They closed group play with easy wins
over Iran-and Tunisia, but neither was a start-to-
finish rout, The US led the winless African :
champions by just four points early i in the third
quarter.

The US ended up winning 92-57, but center
Lamar Odom was pressed about why it took so
long to break away from what seemed such an
overmatched opponent.

~ "You can't win by 40 in the first hee minutes

of a game. if you really think about how the
-game is played," Odom said. "That means you

stop them and then you score every time. No
mistakes. You're human, you're going to have

‘ human errors. You're going to bounce the ball

off a leg, three seconds, missed layup, a missed
jumper. That's just the way the game goes."

- Odom was on the US team that lost three
times in the 2004 Olympics before leaving with
a bronze medal. The Americans finished sixth
two years earlier in Indianapolis in the worlds, so

it shouldn't be a surprise that victory isn't guar-

anteed just by sending five players on the floor
wearing red, white and blue. The US hasn't
even won a world title since 1994.

Yet that hasn't seemed to way the interna-
tional basketball community, where many —
such as Iran's coach — still call the US a Dream
Team. Never mind that the people who assem-

. bled it certainly wouldn't.

"People don't understand, that's what some-

times frustrates me," forward Kevin Durant

said. "Fans don't understand that this is a hard
game to play, especially international basketball.
It's a lot different from the NBA game and the
players are a lot different.

"Everybody can shoot, from the 4 to the 5,
and that right there puts pressure on your
defense, because you can't help as much. We're
not going to win every game by 30 or 20, or
maybe even 10. As long as we go out there and
get the job done, at the end of the day, it's all
about wins."

The US needs four more to claim the gold
medal. Noting that world records in track events
aren't usually set during the qualifying rounds,
when competitors just want to advance and
peak later, Krzyzewski isn't concerned with
always looking good along the way.

But the Americans know they will hear about
it whenever they don't. "I think it's a good
expectation to have and we have to live up to
that," guard Stephen Curry said. "I don't think
it puts any extra pressure on us."


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Pitchers take victory spotlights

By BRENT STUBBS
Senior Sports Reporter
bstubbs@tribunemedia.net

. TWO pitchers took the spotlight
Saturday night at the Banker’s Field
to lead their respective teams to vic-
tory in the New Providence Softball
Association’s (NPSA) All-Star Clas-
sic.

Desiree Coakley, the ace for the
Bommer G Swingers who has not
had an at-bat in the regular season in
quite some time, came through with
a run-producing double and scored
another.

To top off her performance, Coak-
ley spun a five- hitter, striking out
two in three innings before she was
relieved by Proper Care Pool Lady
Sharks for the final inning in the
Linda Ford Ladies’ All-Star 9-4 deci-
sion over the Jeannie Minus All-
Stars.

In the men’s feature contest,
Dorin United Hitmen’s mainstay
Alcott Forbes fired a one-hitter with
a strike out, holding his opponents
scoreless through the first three
innings.

And Forbes ended up with a per-
fect 2-for-2 night, inclusive of a two-
run double, a walk and a RBI single,
scoring twice as he led the Rev Den-
cil Clarke All-Stars to a lopsided 16-
3 rout over the Ron Wood All-Stars.

Y-II Shipping New Breed’s Ken
Wood Jr, who started at shortstop
behind Forbes, said they just simply
wanted to go out and take advan-
tage of their opponents.

“JT just want to thank God for giv-
ing us the health and strength to
come out here and play as one unit,”
said Wood, who led off their offen-
sive attack with a perfect 3-for-3 out-
ing with:two RBI and three runs
scored.

“It was just a fun game ih the °

best players in the league. I’m happy
that we won. When I saw the other
side, I knew there was nothing that
they could.do about us. So we just
played the game. We knew they
couldn’t do anything with our line-

up.”



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BATTER UP: Freedom Farm's Leroy Thompson delivers a pitch to Outlaws’ Adrian Pinder.

Wood’s New Breed team-mate
Martin Burrows Jr got the starting
nod on the mound for the Ron
Wood All-Stars. But he only lasted

_ two and-a-half innings after getting

knocked around for five -hits and
seven runs.
Freedom Farin’ s ace Leroy

‘Thompson came in and finished the

game off in the third.

But by then, the Rev Dencil
Clarke All-Stars already had the
game well-out of reach as they
banged Thompson for eight runs on
six hits alone in the third.

To go along with Wood’s and
Forbes’ offensive attack, New
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enjoyed a 2-for-4 night with two RBI
and three runs scored and his team-
mate Eugene Pratt was 1-for-3 with
three runs scored.

While Forbes pitched the Bist
three innings for the win, Garrett
Strachan came in to start the fourth
and he ended up giving up two hits
and three runs, striking out three for
the save. +

The Ron Wood All-Stars avoided
getting shut out in the fourth when
Thompson got hit by a pitch on the

. first pitch from Strachan.

_ He moved to second on.a passed
ball and after Dorin United’s Darren
Stevens got on base with a one-out

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son had a two-run double to drive
home the two runners.

Then in the fifth, Outlaws’ Clax-
ton Bowleg opened up with a triple
and caught a ride home on Del Sol
Arawaks’ Ramero Armbrister’s RBI
sacrifice fly.

Linda Ford All-Stars 9,
Jeannie Minus All-Stars 4 -

Desiree Coakley showed her ver-
satility and she was joined by four

FROM page 12

other players in the win.

Proper Care Pool’s Keisha Miller
went 1-for-2 with a RBI and run
scored, Pineapple Air Wildcats’
catcher Dornette Edwards was also
1-for-2 with a RBI and three runs
scored,.Sharks’ Raquel Cooper was
1-for-2 with a run and Nadia Thomp-
son was-1-for-3 with a RBI and run

‘ scored.

For the losers, Wildcats’ Gantial

‘Smith had a stellar defensive game

and was perfect at 2-for-2 with two
RBI, Sigma Brackettes’ Zella
Symonette was 1-for-3 and her team=
mate Shavette Taylor, along with
Wildcats’ Marvelle Miller and
Sharks’ Vonetta Nairn were all 1-
for-2 with a run.

_ Marvelle Miller got the starting
nod, giving up four hits in suffering
the loss before she was relieved by
Black Scorpions’ Lashana Gittens
in the second.

Coaches 10, Executives 7.

The league coaches were a late
substitute for the legends and they
proved that they had a little better
knowledge of the game on Friday
night. i

Clifford Jones went 3-for-3 with
two RBI and two runs, Stephen
‘Bishop’ Beneby was also 3-for-3
with two RBI and a run, Michale
moss was 2-for-2 with three RBI and
a run, Arthur Johnson was also 2-
for-2 with a run and Spurgeon John-
son was 1-for-3 with two RBI and a
run in the win.

Bertie Murray Sr tossed an n eight:
hitter for the win over league presi-;
dent Loretta Maycock, who gave up
14 hits for the loss. *

Cyril Smith and Maria Pelecanos,
were both 1-for-3, scoring a run,
Renee ‘Sunshine’ Davis, Neressa:
Seymour and Jeannie ‘Bubbles’
Minus were all 1-for-2, with a RBI
and run scored.



FREEDOM Farm’s Leroy Thompson reacts after getting hit by a pitch.

Knowles, Fish to face
the Bryan brothers

to be playing again. We:

just have to adjust and get the
job done.”

Fish, by the way, is leading
the standings with 53 aces in
the men’s play.

On Tuesday, Knowles is
expected to be back on the
court, but this time with his
mixed doubles partner Ger-
man Anna-Lena Groenefeld.
The unseeded duo, who won
the Wimbledon title last year,
will be playing their quarter-
final match. .

“It’s exciting. We won a
couple of matches so far and
we're in the quarter’s right

now,” he stressed. “It’s nice

haven’t played since Wimble-

-don last year due to various:

injuries to both of us.

“So it’s nice. It’s always
good to win a couple of,
matches. We kind of put our-
_Selves in a position to possibly
‘go deeper into the tourna-
ment. So we're looking for-
ward to our next match.”

They could probably end
up facing the No.2 team of
Cara Black and Leander Paes,
whom they defeated in the
finals of Wimbledon. Black
and Paes were scheduled to
play the team of Kaia Kanepi
and Robert Lindstedt.

Titans cut Myron Rolle

FROM page 12

ify their rosters for the Sep-
tember 9 kickoff to the 2010
season.

The Tennessee Titans have
chosen to keep rookie Rusty
Smith over veteran Chris
Simms-as the third quarter-
back behind Vince Young
and Kerry Collins.

Rolle was taken by the
Tennessee Titans as the 38th

" pick in the sixth round of the

NFL draft, the 207th pick
overall.

The former top high school
recruit and Florida State
Seminole became a global fig-
ure when he decided to leave
football for a year to pursue
his Rhodes Scholarship
opportunity in Oxford, Eng-
land.

While his decision was
heavily scrutinized by ana-
lysts, scouts and coaches
across the country, Rolle was
granted an opportunity to
prove critics wrong when the
Titans made the selection in

April's draft.

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Passport office employee ‘may

FROM page one

The talk show host told
The Tribune he was asked
to turn over all audio
recordings and information
on the case to the police
who told him they suspect
an employee at the Passport
Office may be involved in
the alleged scheme.

“I gave them all of the
information (they asked for)
and they thanked me for the
work I did and said they
were very impressed.

“They are concerned
about the persons senior to
him (the civil servant who
allegedly requested a bribe)
who may be involved in
some corruption,” said Mr
Bain, who spent about three
hours being questioned by
police.

“They said they are tak-

ing, this matter seriously as
it's a national security issue.”

The alleged exposé took
place on Mr Bain's radio
show “The New Nation”
when a caller, who identi-
fied herself as Kim, was put
on air by Mr Bain.

The woman claimed an
employee at the Passport
Office demanded money
under the table to process
new passports, even after
Kim had paid the required
application fees.

The radio host then aired
a recording of a conversa-
tion alleged to be between
the woman and the officer
in which they discussed the
alleged payment.

On air, Kim said that two
months ago she put ina
request for two passports for
her children which have a
legitimate fee of $25 - $50
per document. While being
served at the passport office
on Thompson Boulevard,
Kim said the passport officer
who was dealing with her
application told her he
“could assist (her) in getting
(her) passports at an earlier
time. ”

The woman ‘said she
decided to hand over $40 to
the passport. officer in the
hope of speeding up the
process because she planned
to seon travel overseas and
was afraid the passports
would get delayed in the
office's bogged down sys-
tem. She claimed she put the
$40 in an envelope, which
she passed to the officer.

She claimed that after she
left the Passport Office, she
received a “disgusting” voice
mail message on her phone,
allegedly from the passport
officer who chided her for
leaving only $40 when he
had asked for $100. .

According to Mr Bain, the
employee in question told
Kim he needed the money
“to pay people upstairs.”

Mr Bain said _ this
sleuthing was praised by the
police who told him that
while they are often suspi-

cious of acts of alleged cor-.

ruption they often cannot

act unless they get specific

information from the pub-
lic. /

Mr Dames, a former
police superintendent and
director of the Police Com-
plaints and Corruption Unit,
said the employee alleged
to have taken the bribe was

not even in a position to
fast-track a passport.

He said: “You can look at
it as a form of corruption,

as accepting a bribe.

“And as soon as the alle-
gations came in we took
action immediately.

“That person is no longer
employed with the Passport
Office.” .

Meanwhile, Lincoln Bain

says he is working on
unmasking corruption
claims within other govern-
ment ministries with a

have been involved in alleged bribery scheme’

promise to soon blow the lid
on allegations of impropri-
ety within the Department
of Immigration.

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1. if you are travelling eastbound on JFK Drive
and wish to travel on Bethel Avenue North or
Farrington Road you should use the left hand
‘approach lane to the roundabout and the
outside lane of the aroundabout.

2. If you'are travelling eastbound on JFK Drive

and wish to travel east on Thompson Boulevard |

you can use either the left or the right hand
approach lanes to the roundabout and both
lanes of the roundabout.

3. If you are travelling eastbound on 1 JFK Drive
and wish to travel south on:21st Century Road
and Bethel Avenue South you should use the

right hand approach lane to the roundabout | :

and the inside lane of the roundabout.

4. If you are travelling northbound on Bethel

Avenue South and wish to travel west on JFK
Drive, you should use the extreme left slip lane

only. However, you should STOP at the stop line .

before joining JFK Drive.

- 5, If you are travelling northbound on Bethel
Avenue South and wish to travel to Saunders
Beath on Bethel Avenue North you should use

the left or right hand approach lanes to the

roundabout both lanes of the roundabout.

6. if youl are ‘travelling northbound on Bethel
Avenue South and wish to travel east on
Farrington Road, Thompson Boulevard or

south on 21st Century Road you should use

- the right hand approach lane to the roundabout
and the inside lane of the roundabout.

7. If you are travelling northbound on 21st.

Century Road and wish to travel south on

Bethel Avenue South, west on JFK Drive or to :

Saunders Beach on Bethel Avenue North, you
ctu use the outside lane o f the roundabout.

8. if you are travelling northboiind on 21st
Century Road and travelling east on Farrington

Road or Thompson Boulevard use the inside

lane of the roundabout. :

9. If you are travelling westbound en
Thompson Boulevard and wish to travel south

on 21st Century Road or Bethel Avenue
: South use the left hand approach lane to the
roundabout and the outside lane of the

roundabout.

®

10. If you are travelling westbound on
- Thompson Boulevard and wish to travel west
on JFK Drive you can use either left or right

hand approach lanes to the roundabout and
both janes of the raundaboue

11. If you are travelling westbound on

‘Thompson Boulevard and wish to travel north

on Bethel Avenue North or on Farrington
Road use the right hand approach lane to the

roundabout and the inside lane of the

roundabout.

12: If you are travelling | westbound on
Farrington Road and wish to travel east on
Thompson Boulevard or south on 21st Century »
Road and Bethel Avenue South use the left
hand approach lane to the roundabout and the
outside lane of the roundabout. :

13. If you are travelling westbound on
Farrington Road and wish to travel west on JFK
Drive you can use either the left or the right
hand approach lanes to the roundabout and
both lanes of the roundabout.

14. If you are travelling westbound on
Farrington Road and wish to travel north on
Bethel Avenue North use the right hand

~ approach lane to the roundabout and the inside

lane of the roundabout.

15. If you are travelling southbound on Bethel
Avenue North and wish to travel east on
Farrington Road and Thompson Boulevard or
south on 21st Century Road and Bethel
Avenue South use the left hand approach lane
to the roundabout and the outside lane of the
roundabout.

16, If you are travelling southbound on Bethel
Avenue North and wish to travel west on JFK

“use the right hand approach lane to the

roundabout and the inside lane of the
roundabout.

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GLICO
liquidator
- fights
$1.45m lien

* Insolvent insurer’s main
asset owes $78m, with
value of liabilities
exceeding assets

* Former head man’
passed off $1.45m
settlement he owed, p
lacing it on backs of
Bahamian policyholders
and creditors

CRAIG GOMEZ

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune, Business
Editor

THE TRIBUNE





MONDAY,

SEPTEMBER 6,

0 10

Wells’ group targets

second Bacardi site

Investor group that bought liquor manufacturer’s main New Providence
plant eyeing Clifton Pier storage facility for biodiesel joint venture

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

The investor group headed
by ex-Cabinet Minister and
MP, Tennyson Wells, is nego-
tiating with Bacardi to acquire
the latter’s second New Provy-
idence-based property at
Clifton Pier, Tribune Business
can reveal, with plans for a
joint venture to develop it
into a biodiesel manufacturing
facility.

Sources close to develop-
ments confirmed that Mr
Wells’s group, which last year
closed their acquisition of the
liquor manufacturer’s main
production plant off
Carmichael Road, were now
in talks to purchase its Clifton
Pie facility. That consists of
séveral large, heavy-duty stor-
age tanks and a jetty/docking
facility.

Tribune Business under-
stands that in purchasing Bac-
ardi’s main production plant,
Mr Wells and his fellow
investors also obtained an



option to acquire its Clifton
Pier site, which is what they
are now actively pursuing.
Given the site’s extensive
storage facilities, and ease of
access by large ships, includ-
ing tankers, Tribune Business
was told that Mr Wells and
his group had been talking to
other parties - both local and
international- about using it
for a biodiesel production

Pe
INVESTMENT GROUP HEAD: Tennyson W
photo in the House of Assembly.



om

ells pictured in this file

joint venture.

One source with intimate
knowledge of developments
told Tribune Business that if
Mr Wells and his group were
successful in acquiring the
Bacardi property, and in
establishing a joint venture,
they would look to mass pro-

SEE page 4B























‘|, the ‘impasse’ between Baha Mar and Scotiabank over the |

. to arrange a meeting between the two sides.



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Government gets
involved on Baha
Mar’s $200m loan
Sources say administration seeking to broker

meeting between $2.6bn developer and Scotiabank
over main obstacle to Cable Beach redevelopment

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

The Government, through Prime Minister Hubert é
Ingraham’s Office, has moved to broker a resolution to |

former’s $200 million outstanding loan, sources told Tri- |
bune Business, the issue being the main obstacle to the |
$2.6 billion Cable Beach redevelopment. pie

This newspaper was told that the Government had |:
moved to bring Baha Mar and the Scotiabank-led syn- |
dicate to a resolution, having moved over the weekend

How active a role the Government might play in seek-
ing to broker a resolution ‘is unclear, especially given
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham’s lukewarm public
expressions of enthusiasm for the $2.6 billion Baha Mar
project. hati

While the Government is unlikely to offer to bridge the
‘$35 million gap’ between Scotiabank and Baha Mar’s
principals, the Lyford Cay-based Izmirlian family, given |
the precedent it would set and current fiscal difficulties, |,
the move to become actively involved is likely to spur |
confidence the project may actually happen. i

Tribune Business was last night told that the Govern- |,
ment had contacted both Baha Mar and Scotiabank |
over arranging a meeting, and while the developer had |

SEE page 7B



$4bn debt sending

Freeport’s ‘double
taxation’ concern

Attorney calls for real property tax and business
licence exemptions to be extended beyond 2015,

‘worrisome signals’

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

CLICO (Bahamas) liq-
uidator has initiated legal
action to prevent a US-
based firm from obtaining a
‘preferential’ $1.445 million
payment against the prop-

* Ex-finance minister
concerned over ‘economic
sustainability’ message,

The Bahamas’ rising

erty that accounts for 63
per cent of the insolvent
insurer’s assets.

Arguing that Wellington
Preserve, the Florida-based
real estate development,
owes $78 million in total

| debts, of which $73 million
are due to CLICO
(Bahamas) and its CLICO
Enterprises affiliate, attor-
neys for Craig A.’Tony’
Gomez have moved to pre-

SEE page 5B



Tourism subsidies,
tax increase ‘revisit’
urged by ex-minister

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

The Government has
been urged by a former ©
finance minister to focus
on short-term tourism
industry subsidies and
“revisit” the Budget tax
increases as a way to stim-
ulate the Bahamian econo-
my as fears of a US ‘dou-
ble dip’ recession rise.

Agreeing with commen-
tators who were starting to
shift the Bahamas’ eco-
nomic recovery back to
2012, as opposed to 2011,
James Smith, former min-
ister of state for finance,
told Tribune Business that
with the US recovery
uncertain, this nation
needed to focus on what it
should be doing. ;

“It’s time to revisit some
of the policies and see
which way we can stimu-
late demand for travel,”
Mr Smith said. “We have
to focus on reviving the
tourism industry in the
short-term.”

He praised the Ministry
of Tourism for doing a
“credible job” with its joint
private sector ‘Companion
Fly Free’ initiative, which
produced some “immedi-
ate effects.... on the back
of a simple proposition of
lowering costs and making
the Bahamas a more

SEE page 7B

arguing ‘critical’ to city’s competitiveness

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

Freeport businesses could
face ‘double taxation’ if the
Government does not extend
the business licence and real
property tax exemptions cur-
rently due to expire in 2015, a
leading attorney has warned,
arguing that they are critical
to the city’s economic and
investment competitiveness.

Fred Smith QC, attorney
and-partner at Callenders &
Co, told Tribune Business
that without the continuation
of those incentives, Freeport
would become “a worse place
to invest”. He added that
uncertainty on the issue was
already impacting
business/investor decisions, as
they were based on future
expectations.

It would be “an opportune
time”, Mr Smith said, for the
Ingraham administration to
signal that “by this stage they
would be prepared to extend

the real property tax exemp-

tion and the business licence
tax exemption from 2015 to
2054, so that Freeport at least
could have that kind of pro-
motional feather in its cap to
say not only to foreigners, but
Bahamians, that there are
advantages to investing in
Freeport.

“Not only are there cus-
toms duty exemptions, but
exemptions from real proper-
ty taxes and business licence
taxes”.

Describing their continua-
tion as “extremely critical”,
Mr Smith said: “Freeporters
already pay service charges,
which are tantamount to a
real property tax, and busi-

' ness licence fees to the Port
Authority that are tanta--

mount to business licence fees
paid elsewhere in the
Bahamas. :
“If the Government does
not signal its intentions to
continue these exemptions in
the future, you will find in
2015 that Freeport will be a
worse place to invest that any-
where else in the Bahamas,
as it will not only be made
subject to service charges and
Port Authority licence taxes,
but subject to government

real property taxes and busi- ,

ness licence taxes.
“Freeport, in effect, will be
double taxed if the incentives

are not extended. That will
act as a discouragement, not
incentive, to invest, particu-
larly Bahamian investors.”
The exemptions are cur-
rently due to expire on
August 4, 2015, and Mr Smith
paid tribute to the work
already done by Carey
Leonard, the Grand Bahama

SEE page 4B

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By plunging
right into this
work, the
astute Mr
Ingraham can
soon redeem
any respect he
has lost from
the paralysis

He can recover
from the
charge of
“abdication of
responsibili-
ty”, which he
must do if he
has any hopes
of his party
prevailing in
the next gener-
al election.

HIS AMBIVALENCE IS HARD TO UNDERSTAND: Prime Minister’
Hubert Ingraham.



shown to date.



he Baha Mar
resolution that
the Prime Min-
ister plans to
introduce in the House of
Assembly this Wednesday
will be the most bizarre par-
liamentary exercise seen in
many a year — a blatantly
political manoevere designed
to embarrass the PLP, which
may backfire on Mr Ingraham
and the party he leads. House
members will simply be asked
to record their opinion on a
non-binding ‘resolution’ — still
vague and undefined — about
accepting several thousand
Chinese workers.
Ordinarily one would
expect the head of govern-
ment, with a majority of elect-
ed representatives four-
square behind him, to take a
firm stand on an issue of
unique national importance,
argue for it eloquently, and
ram it through to a success-
ful vote over whatever the
minority might wish.
The example in England is
the ‘three-line whip’ used in

the House of Commons for.

crucial votes;:which.compels
every party.member to toe
the official line whatever his
personal convictions may be,
on pain of being expelled
from the party.

In America, we have the
example of President Obama,
revered by every Bahamian
politician, with his Senate and
House leaders battling against
bitter Republican opposition,
finally succeeding with the
narrowest possible margin.

Mr Ingraham does not
seem to have the appetite for

_that kind of fight.

Consider his posture. At
great length he has made pub-
licly clear that he has little,
perhaps zero, enthusiasm for
the present Baha Mar project,

the largest investment ever
proposed for The Bahamas

or the entire Caribbean.

He does not kill it, but he
does not back it.

He refuses to negotiate
with the Izmirlian owners or
their executives to draft
acceptable Heads of Agree-
ment. He rejects overtures
from unions and employer
groups.

He even snubs the sover-
eign Government of China by
failing to negotiate with them,
after being formally told of
their support. Like Pontius
Pilate, he has washed his
hands of the issue.

‘His ambivalence is indeed
hard to understand.

Perhaps it sticks in his
throat that Baha Mar was
originally conceived under the
PLP regime, not his own.

Perhaps, as some suspicious
souls claim, he has a private
deal with Sol Kerzner not to
authorise a competitor to
Atlantis.

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Perhaps he has genuine
doubts about the commercial
viability of so many new hotel
rooms, or the eco-environ-
mental impact of so vast a
project. If so, he should air
them to the public. -

Instead, in the guise of act-
ing ‘democratically’, he agrees
to present a narrow resolu-
tion to the House — the sole
issue being whether to
approve the entry of 4,920
Chinese labourers - and states
that he will move no further
unless the resolution is gen-
erally acceptable, like a half-
baked referendum.

Decided by a unanimous
vote? A two-thirds majority?
A simple majority?

That has not yet been
made clear.

But he does make clear that
he wants to put the burden
on the PLP, with its 17 votes
to the FNM’s 24. He figures
that if they, or a majority of
them, vote ‘no’, he is off the
hook, and need do nothing
further. Who knows, he may
even quietly encourage some
of his own party to abstain to
ensure a negative vote.

Risk
But he is taking a huge
political risk. He is in effect

turning over to Perry Christie
and the PLP — his bitter ene-

‘mies — the power to deter-

mine an issue of national sig-
nificance. If, as seems highly
probable, the PLP votes
resoundingly in favor of the
resolution, Mr Ingraham will
have handed. them a potent
public relations weapon. Mr
Christie will be entitled to

‘ boast:' “WE approved Baha

Mar while Mr Ingraham did
nothing but dither”, and the
electorate will listen.
Although some nay-sayers
will always be heard, it’s pret-
ty clear that the bulk of the
Bahamian public will support
Mr Christie’s position, as long
as-he insists on provisos to
the bare-bones resolution
approving the Chinese immi-
gration. He should demand
conditions specifying a guar-
anteed ratio of Bahamian
workers, limiting the time the
Chinese will be here, and
requiring the Chinese gov-

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overnment needs more

resolution over Baha Mar



ernment to provide their food,
lodging, health care and usu-
al amenities.

With those conditions
adopted, any objections to the
project will seem frivolous. In
the face of our serious unem-
ployment level, the economic
advantages will be over-
whelming.

* Certainly the construction
workers take that view, and a
major union recently
endorsed it. Concerns about
hotel over-capacity amid the
current US and European

- recession must be put in per-

spective.

No major tourism project
in the entire world is based
on the market demand of
today or tomorrow, but
always looks three or four
years ahead, when recovery
is forecast. ©

And we can be sure that
China will propel part of its
increasingly affluent popula-
tion in our direction. The Sco-
tiabank loan presents a tech-
nical obstacle, but has a much
better chance of being repaid
if the project proceeds.

So let us assume the reso-
lution will be handily
approved. Since its exact
wording has not yet been dis-
closed, even to Parliamentar-
ians, we do not know whether
it will compel the Prime Min-
ister to start serious negotia-
tions, or simply give him the
option to move ahead if he so
chooses. In any event, being
an adroit politician and seeing
the way the wind is blowing,
he will most likely take the
reins and push forward, in
order to seize the initiative
back from the PLP.

Among other positive steps,
he could immediately agree
to fund, jointly with Baha
Mar, the training program
proposed by the Bahamian
Contractors Association, so
that when the Chinese start
pouring in a year from now,
many more Bahamian work-
ers will be better qualified for
senior jobs. :

Whatever the PLP does to
support the project in princi-
ple, it is only the Prime Min-
ister and his Cabinet col-
leagues from the majority par-
ty who can adopt the Heads
of Agreement and execute all
the necessary approvals and .
permits needed to make Baha
Mar a reality.

They have full authority to
negotiate and enforce a plan
that will be in the best inter-
ests of the nation.

By plunging right into this
work, the astute Mr Ingraham
can soon redeem any respect
he has lost from the paralysis
shown to date. He can recov-
er from the charge of ‘“abdi-
cation of responsibility”,
which he must do if he has
any hopes of his party pre-
vailing in the next general
election.
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Freeport’s ‘double
taxation’ concern

FROM page 1B

Port Authority’s former in-
house counsel, in raising the
issue at recent Rotary meet-
ings.

Encouraging the Govern-
ment, Grand Bahama Cham-
ber of Commerce and the
Port A: thority to “pursue this
initiati e”, Mr Smith added:
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Wells’ group targets
second Bacardi site

FROM page 1B

: duce biodiesel for export to
:? the Latin American and
: Caribbean regions, targeting
|? nations such as Brazil. Only a

: relatively small proportion of
: the produced biodiesel would
: remain for use in the
? Bahamas.

The existing jetty/dock and

: “massive” storage tanks
? would give any biodiesel pro-
: duction company a huge
: head-start in establishing
: operations, and the source
: said: “The deal with Bacardi
? was structured in two phases.
? One was to buy the plant, and
: the other was to buy the Bac-
:? ardi loading facility at Clifton
: Pier.

“Bacardi wants to divest of

: their interests in the Bahamas,
: and this is just the second
: phase. They want to go into
: partnership with another
? company to utilise those tanks
? to manufacture biodiesel.”

When contacted by Tri-

: bune Business about the latest
: negotiations, Mr Wells told
: this newspaper: “I don’t want
? to comment, no. I can’ tell
: you anything.”

It is thought that Mr Wells

: and his fellow investors have
: signed a confidentiality clause,
: something fairly standard in
? commercial mergers and
: acquisitions, which prevents

them from discussing details
surrounding the latest negoti-
ations with Bacardi.

However, one source con-
firmed: “When they [Mr
Wells and his group] entered
the deal with Bacardi, they
also got an option to purchase
Clifton Pier.”

It is unclear whether Mr
Wells and his team will suc-
cessfully conclude the pur-
chase of Bacardi’s second
New Providence property, but
the source confirmed that
they had held talks on the
biodiesel possibilities with
potential joint venture part-
ners.

Another Tribune Business
contact with knowledge of the
situation suggested that a US
company was the likely joint
venture partner for Mr Well-
s’s group, although they
declined to name them.

Sale

“The Bacardi property out
at Clifton Pier is for sale.
There are two sets of tanks
and a jetty.

“A US group is interested
in using it for biodiesel pro-
duction and the Bahamian
group, led by Tennyson Wells,
is bidding for it,” the source
said.

If the plans come to
fruition, Clifton Pier would

be the site of the Bahamas’
third biodiesel production
facility, following behind the
Island School at Cape
Eleuthera and Bahamas
Waste.

Mr Wells previously told
Tribune Business in July that
he and his group were set to
invest a further $1 million in
extra equipment at the for-
mer main Bacardi plant to
meet demand. for its bottled
water product, adding that ein

extra 200-300 persons couild.

be employed there in two-
three years’ time if plans for
juice production and a com-
mercial bakery came to
fruition. The firm, which pro-
duces the ECH20 distilled
water, was planning to devel-
op juice drink productis with-
in the next six to 12 ronths,
with the formation of a com-
mercial bakery at the former
Bacardi site "probably 18
months to two year's away".
Plans also inc:lude the
development of a 65-lot sub-

‘division at the back of the

property on the waterfront of
southern New F’rovidence,
and the rental of somé
300,000 square ‘feet in ware-
house and offic:e space - the
largest storage facility on the

island - to other companies
arid outside clients.

Mr Wells said Source River
Holdings already had the
tanks, pumps, compressors
and blending equipment in
place for juice production,
and was now focused on
product development, wanti-.
ng to product something that
was "distinct" and healthy,
targeting markets such as
schoolchildren.

"The mission for the com-
pany is to provide bread and
water for the country," Mr
Wells told Tribune Business.
"[ have earmarked one of the
60,000 square foot [ware-
house] facilities for that [the
bakery].

*"There will be a 65-lot sub-
division at the back of it, on
the waterfront. We have a
tremendous amount of ware-
house space and office space
for rental. We have already
rented some of it - probably
about altogether 30-40,000
square feet.-We have about
300,000 square feet to rent.

"It is the biggest storage
facility on the island, ware-
house and office space.

“The rentals are moving
slowly, though, because the
economy is just down."

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CLICO liquidator fights $1.45m lien

FROM page 1B

vent Brennan Financial from
collecting on a $1.445 million
judgment entered against the
development.

The liquidator and his US
attorneys are likely to have
moved because if Brennan
Financial enforced its judg-
ment lien over Wellington
Preserve, any payout would
further reduce the recovery
pool available to CLICO
(Bahamas) policyholders and
creditors, who have now been
waiting more than 18 months
for a resolution to their plight.

Brennan Financial obtained
its judgment on January 27,
2010, entering this into the
public records the following
day.

Given that the judgment
was handed down within 90
days of Mr Gomez placing
Wellington Preserve into
Chapter 11 bankruptcy pro-
tection; in a bid to safeguard
CLICO (Bahamas) main
asset from its creditors, the
liquidator’s attorneys are
arguing that it is tantamount
to Brennan Financial getting a
preference - payment in full of
its claim, rather than being
made to stand in line with
other creditors and receiving
a percentage of every $1.

- Therefore, Mr Gomez and
his attorneys are asking the
US Bankruptcy Court for the
southern district of Florida to
determine that Brennan
Financial’s judgment lien is
avoidable under Chapter 11
laws, and therefore can be
cancelled.

The complaint, which was
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also sheds further light on the
actions of CLICO (Bahamas)
ultimate controlling mind,
Trinidadian
Duprey, who headed the
Bahamian insurer’s parent,
CL Financial.

Brennan, at the request of
Mr Duprey and his Dalco
Properties entity, was alleged
to have negotiated the pur-
chase of property that formed
the 545-acre Wellington Pre-
serve in 2004.

But, prior to closing the
deal, Mr Duprey formed
Wellington Preserve and took
title to the acquired real estate
in that company’s name, thus
allegedly denying Brennan
Financial its sales commission.

As a result, it sued Mr
Duprey and Dalco Properties
to recover the unpaid sales
commission in the Broward
County 17th Judicial Circuit
Court.

The matter was settled, ‘but
the deal saw Dalco and Mr
Duprey “released from
responsibility in the action”,
with Wellington Preserve (by
extension, CLICO (Bahamas)

and CLICO Enterprises) sub-

stituted as the entity obliged
to pay Brennan Financial
what was owed.

“Wellington made the first
two payments of the settle-
ment pursuant to the terms
of a confidential settlement
agreement, but its parent
company, CLICO Enterpris-
es, was unable to fund the
third, due to its insolvency
and that of its affiliate, CLI-
CO (Bahamas),” Mr Gomez’s
lawsuit alleged.

_ “Wellington owes total
debts of approximately $78
million. At all relevant times,














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Wellington was insolvent in
that the total value of its
assets in less than the amount
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enable Brennan to receive
more than it would have
received had it not recorded
its judgment, and Wellington
filed for relief under Chapter
7 of the bankruptcy code; ie,
payment in full rather than
Brennan’s pro rata dividend
as an unsecured creditor.”

Buyer

Tribune Business previous-
ly reported that Mr Gomez
wanted more time to com-
plete Wellington Preserve's
sale to a new buyer, the
potential deal with initial
front runner, the Hines
Group, having fallen through.

In his August 10, 2010, fil-
ing with the US courts, Mr
Gomez and his attorneys said
they placed Wellington Pre-
serve in Chapter 11 bank-

ruptcy protection after the
Hines Group deal collapsed,
as CLICO (Bahamas) main
asset - as previously revealed
by Tribune Business - needed
to be protected from a $1.5
million judgment entered
against it and numerous other
creditors, who include the US
Internal Revenue Service
(IRS).

Pleading for more time to
reorganise Wellington Pre-
serve's affairs via a 90-day
extension, Mr Gomez argued
that the US court would be
justified in granting this
because the upscale real
estate development's multi-
million dollar worth was far
greater than the judgment and
other creditors' claims against
it.

Mr Gomez, who is both
president and director of
Wellington Preserve Corpo-
ration, said in his court filing:
"The property is presently
encumbered by outstanding
and unpaid real estate taxes; a

judgment for approximately

$1.5 million, a certified copy
of which was recorded during
the preference period; and
minor mechanic's liens claims
totalling less than $50,000.

"In this very unusual case,
there is'no mortgage.

“The entire parcel, before

some lots were subdivided

and sold, was purchased for
$55 million in 2004.

“The estimated 'as built’.

sellout for the lots was over
$120 million.
“As is, even in the economy

‘of today, the property is

worth tens of millions of dol-
lars - enormously in excess of
the encumberances." __

This underpinned the
extension rationale, and Mr
Gomez said: "While negotia-
tions are proceeding well with
a potential purchaser, which
represents that it has raised
substantial funding for a down
payment, as well as its carry-
ing, operational and improve-
ment costs, the prospective
purchaser still needs to obtain
financing in place for the bal-

ance of the purchase price."
Given this development,
Mr Gomez said he "does not
wish to see the property
forced to auction at a rela-
tively ‘fire sale' price" by’ its
creditors, as this would reduce
considerably any sums he is
ultimately able to recover for
CLICO (Bahamas) Bahamian
creditors and policyholders.

_A ‘fire sale' of Wellington

Preserve would leave them
even worse off, almost 18
months. after the insurer was

- placed into liquidation.

In his filing. with the US
courts, Mr Gomez said some
$73 million passed from CLI-
CO (Bahamas) into Welling-
ton Preserve via CLICO
Enterprises, the Bahamian-
domiciled entity that was 100
per cent owned by the for-
mer.

These funds were loaned to
the Florida-based real estate
development, "over and
above some $10 million of
capitalisation".

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Bahamas almost-$4 billion
national debt, and persistent
fiscal deficits, James Smith,
former minister of state for
finance in the 2002-2007
Christie administration, said
he was becoming increas-
ingly concerned about the
poor financial performance
of public corporations whose
debt the Government had
guaranteed.

The worsening financial
situation at the likes of the
Bahamas Electricity Corpo-
ration (BEC), Bahamasair
and the Water & Sewerage
Corporation meant there
was an increasing likelihood
that lenders might call in
their credit advances, thus
leaving the Government
exposed via an increased

debt burden, given these -

entities’ inability to pay.
And Mr Smith said that a

national debt to gross

domestic product (GDP)



JAMES SMITH

per cents - a range it had
been increasingly accus-
tomed to. —

“The debt has risen rather
rapidly, and despite efforts
to turn it around, it’s not
going to be easy with high
unemployment and rev-
enues under pressure,” Mr

Smith told Tribune Busi- ©

ness.
“Continued deficits, and
the foreign component of
that, are going to send a
worrisome signal to interna-

ratio now approaching the
60 per cent range should “be
very worrisome” for a
nation that, as recently as
_two years ago, was in the 30

COMMONW: EALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2009/CLE/qui/01809

IN THE SUPREME COURT
Common Law & Equity Side
IN THE MATTER of the Quieting Titles Act
‘AND.
IN THE MATTER of the Petition of Mizpah Lorranna.
Pratt

AND

IN THE MATTER OF all that piece parcel or plot of land
containing 6,475 square feet more or less and situate on the
Southern side of Village Alley approximately 150 feet South
of Poinciana Drive and 92 feet West of Baillou Hill Road .
and bounded on the North by the said Village Alley and
running thereon 61.70 feet on The South by land said to be
ownedby one Huylerpartlyby personsunknownand partly By
one Moss and running thereon 115.47 feet On the South by
land said to be the property of one Maxwell and running
thereon 48.86 Feet and on the West by land said to be the
Property of Robert Jennings and running Thereon 115.47 feet
withsuch positions marks shapes boundaries and dimensions
as are delineated on a plan prepared by Daniel F. Wilkinson
and is thereon coloured PINK.

COPIES of the said Plan tay be inspected during
Normal Office hours at the following places:-

(a) The Registry of the Supreme Court
In the City of Nassau on the Island of
New Providence

Collie & Collie Law Chambers

K. S. Darling Building

Dowdeswell Street & School Lane

in the City of Nassau on the Island of New
Providence, The Bahamas

(b)

NOTICE is hereby given that any person having
Dower or a right. to Dower or any Adverse Claim
or a Claim not. recognized. in the Petition shall on
or before the 20th October 2010 day of 2010 file in
the Supreme: Court in- the City of Nassau aforesaid
and serve on the Petitioner a Statement of 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 Claim on or before the day of
20th October 2010 will operate as a bar to such claim.

Mizpah Loranna Pratt
Petitioner

tional companies about the
sustainability of the Bahami-
an economy.”

The Bahamas’ total for-
eign currency debt stood at
almost 29 per cent of the
‘total $3.957 billion national
debt as at the end of the
2010 second quarter, having
reached $1.147 billion. Just
over $700 million of the lat-
ter sum was owed by the
Government, and $446 mil-
lion by the public corpora-
tions.

Former banker Al Jarrett
told Tribune Business on
Friday that the national debt
now stood at around $4.1
billion, the end-June 2010
number having been boost-
ed by a $150 million gov-
ernment-registered stock
issue.

And with his estimation
of GDP at around $6.7 bil-
lion, Mr Jarrett’s. numbers
suggested the Bahamas’

debt-to-GDP ratio was now :

61.1 per cent.

Mr Smith said foreign cur-
rency debt, especially that
held by overseas lenders,
was “more difficult to
reschedule” in comparison
to Bahamian dollar-denom-

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bn debt sending ‘worrisome signals’



“I would imagine that GDP is now about
$6.8 billion, and the national debt-to-GDP
ratio is approaching 60 per cent.”

inated debts. Given that
much.of the latter is held by
government-controlled enti-
ties, such as the National
Insurance Board (NIB),
debt rollovers and resched-
uling is much sablet to
achieve.

The former finance minis-
ter said Bahamians also
needed to “look behind the
numbers” associated with
the national debt, and
analyse the performance of
corporations that lay behind
the debt central government
had guaranteed.

“Because the guarantees
are placed on the likes of
BEC and Bahamasair, and
because the performance
has not been very robust
over the past few years,

having to carry that debt.
_“T find that a little worri-

some, because the quasi-.

governmental corporations
have actually been perform-
ing worse over the last sev-
eral years. There’re not get-
ting any better, and that has
serious implications for our

debt carrying capacity.”

Government guarantees
account for some $564.465
million of the Bahamas’
total national debt, of which
the lion’s share is the
$210.008 million owed by
BEC.

Mr Smith said this corpo-
ration, which used to be

:: profitable, was “now in dire

financial strait§ and some-



thing we have to watch
closely”.

Of the $4 billion national
debt threshold, which may
well have been breached by
now, the former minister
added: “That $4 billion has
taken on added significance
in the sense that GDP prior
to the recession was about
$7.3-$7.4 billion. That has

‘ been reduced by at least 7

per cent.

“Consequently, there is $4
billion debt on a smaller
GDP denominator, so the
GDP/debt ratio is reaching
worrisome proportions for
a small island developing
state.

“T would imagine that
GDP is now about $6.8 bil-
lion, and the national debt-
to-GDP ratio is approach-
ing 60 per cent. That, for a
country. that was in the mid-
30s only two years ago,
should be very worrisome.”

there is a danger of those
being called in,” Mr Smith
told Tribune Business. “The
Government is in danger of

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* COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS
IN THE SUPREME COURT
FAMILY DIVISION

2008
FAM/DIV665

BETWEEN
_ LEON MICHAEL DORSETT
Petitioner
AND

CLETA ALICIA P. DORSETT nee ROBERTS
Respondent
AND

STANLEY A. FORBES
Co - Respondent
TO: Stanley A. Forbes
Unknown

TAKE NOTICE that an Application has been made in The
Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas in
Family. Division Action No. 665 of 2008 by Leon Michael
Dorsett, the Petitioner, TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that leave of
the Court has been granted on the 23" day of June A.D.,
2009, to serve Notice of these proceedings on you by virtue of
this advertisement and you the Co-Respondent have a
Twenty-eight (28) days period from the date of the publication
of this advertisement. You may enter an appearance at the
Registry of the Supreme Court, Ansbacher Building, East
Street, Nassau, The Bahamas. Should you not do so, the
Court may make such Order as it deems fit without further
reference to you.

Dated this 29" day of June, A.D., 2010

HANNA & CO.
Chambers
3â„¢ Floor, Columbus House
East & Shirley Streets
Nassau, The Bahamas

Attorneys for the Petitioner



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ae
Government gets involved on Baha Mar’s $200m loan

FROM page 1B

indicated its readiness to
meet, a response from the
bank was still awaited.

Robert Sands, Baha Mar’s
senior vice-president of exter-
nal and government affairs,
declined to comment on these
developments when contacted
by Tribune Business yester-
day, although he confirmed
the developer’s willingness to
meet with Scotiabank.

Mr Sands said: “We are
committed to making Baha
Mar a reality for the
Bahamas. We are committed
to meet with Scotiabank to
achieve a successful resolu-
tion. We are willing to work

While Barry Malcolm, Sco-
tiabank (Bahamas) managing
director, could not be reached

for comment, sources close to ‘

the bank confirmed it had met
with the Government over
the Baha Mar loan issue. °
However, they said the
Government gave no indica-
tion that any course of action
or decision had been taken in
respect to the Baha Mar situ-
ation, and were unaware of
any effort by the administra-
tion to bring all sides together.
A $35 million gap is sepa-
rating Baha Mar and Scotia-

_bank*from resolving the for-

mer’s $200 million loan, a
‘debt-for-equity’ swap was
being actively discussed by

informed that Baha Mar and
its principals, the Lyford Cay-
based Izmirlian family, and
Scotiabank had come to an
agreement on the sum the
Cable Beach hotel
owner/operator owed to the
Bahamian bank and its syn-
dicate, the only major differ-
ence now being the amount
of cash the latter wanted to
receive.

Upfront

Sources familiar with the
talks, who requested
anonymity, told Tribune Busi-
ness that Baha Mar/the Izmir-

lians had offered to pay $75.

million in cash to Scotiabank

both parties.

with all parties.” This

newspaper

rae as an upfront, part-payment

Tourism subsidies, tax increase
‘revisit’ urged by ex-minister



FROM page 1B

attractive destination”.

Such an effort, Mr Smith said, needed to .

be “continued, even if it means continuing
the subsidies like Tourism has done so far”.

The former finance minister also urged
the Government to review and minimise
the impact of the 2010-2011 Budget tax
increases, arguing that these were “not hav-
ing the intended effect”.

“They’re cramping small industries, and
you may have to revisit that if the revenue
performance is not as expected,” Mr Smith
told Tribune Business.

“Increased taxes will not help you to
reduce the deficit and bring the national
debt under control because the economy is
not growing, and you are not getting the
employment numbers you need to expand
the tax base.”

Acknowledging that the tax increases
were a move in the right direction, as the
Government seeks to control the rising
national debt and expanded deficits, the for-
mer minister still suggeSted that the Ingra-

ham administration may have gone “too .

swiftly” as the recession was not yet over. °
. \

occur in the following areas;

2, West Hill Street
~ 3, Delancy Street
4, Virginia Street

6. Duke Street .





WSC

PUBLIC NOTICE

_ IMPROVEMENT WATER MAIN WORKS
CORRIDOR 11A -BLUE HILL ROAD IMPROVEMENT WORKS

The Water and Sewerage Corporation in conjunction with Jose Cartellone

Construction Ltd., will be undertaking improvement works on Blue Hill
Road between Dillet Street and West Hill Street beginning Tuesday,

September 7, 2010 and continuing until Tuesday, September 14, 2040,

As a result of these works, periodic water supply interruptions will

1. East Hill Street between East Street and Blue Hill Road

5, Augusta Street between Meeting Street and Virginia Avenue

The Corporation apologizes to its valued customers for any inconvenience
caused and wishes to remind the public that these works are being
undertaken in an effort to improve the level of service.

Kindly refer al queries on this matter to the Corporation’s Call Centre at
_ telephone 302-5642, 325-0505 or 302-5599,

Explaining that tax increases worked sim-
ilar to price increases, in that there was not
a one-to-one correlation with revenue vol-
ume, Mr Smith said the increased tax burden
on the private sector would be “problemat-
ic” if the US economy went into a ‘double
dip’ recession or failed to recover.

“It goes to the core of our competitive-
ness,” Mr Smith told Tribune Business.
“We've simply lost a lot of ground because
of'the cost of doing business in the
Bahamas.”

He added that while the Bahamas was
increasingly a services economy, this sector
was largely untaxed, and the Government
was not “optimising” its revenue intake with
a tax structure focused exclusively on goods.

The current tax system was also regressive
in nature, Mr Smith argued, and “punishes
small businesses” by forcing them to “tie-up
a lot of money” to pay for imports and relat-
ed duties before even selling one product.

“Before you sell an item, you use up 30-40
per cent of your cash flow, and to make that
up you charge higher margins. It cannot be
ignored. You have to make it [the tax sys-
tem] more sensitive to movements in the
economy, and less dependent on imports.”







of the loan, with the remain-
ing debt - around $130 mil-
lion - to be converted into an
equity stake that the bank
would hold in the Cable
Beach redévelopment.

However, Scotiabank was
said to be seeking a greater
upfront cash payment worth
$110 million, sources told Tri-
bune Business, putting the
two sides some $35 million
apart.

Scotiabank wants a greater

portion of the debt, estimated .

to be around $205 million,

paid in cash, due to the fact.

that as a conservative lender it
will have to write down the
value of the equity stake
(loan) on its balance sheet,
and is taking a gamble that
Baha Mar and its Chinese

‘partners will be able to deliv-

er the $2.6 billion project and
profitable returns on it.
Further impetus is likely to
come if both political parties
agree in Parliament the reso-

lution on the number of work -

permits being sought by Baha
Mar’s Chinese partners, Chi-

na State Construction and the
China Export-Import Bank.

One source said: “It seems
as if the two political parties
have kissed and made up. If
they approve the deal in Par-
liament, it’s going to put enor-
mous pressure on Izmirlian
and the Bank of Nova Scotia
to reach agreement.

“The bottom line is that

‘they’re. going to have to agree,

and the politicians are going

.to put them in a corner by

approving this transaction.
They will have to agree to
something.”

The Government has never
fully articulated its concerns
about the Baha Mar project,
but they appear to include
doubts about the financial
wherewithal of Baha Mar and
its principals, the Lyford Cay-
based Izmirlian family, to
finance what they say they are
going to do; concerns about
the amount of land this pro-
ject will incorporate; and fears
that the Bahamas might be
left with a ‘white elephant’ at
Cable Beach if the develop-
ment fails to produce the pro-
jected returns.

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that LOREDANA de LAMA BOBOLI.
of CABLE BEACH, P.O. BOX N-9225, NASSAU,
BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality

and Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as’ a citizen of
The Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason why
registration/naturalization should not be granted, should send a
written and signed statement of. the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 5‘ day of September, 2010 to the Minister responsible
for nationality and Citizenship, P.O. Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.

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SECURITIES COMMISSION OF THE BAHAMAS

The Securities Commission of The Bahamas, a statutory agency responsible for the oversight,
supervision and regulation of the Investment Funds, Securities and Capital Markets in or from
The Bahamas, as well as the supervision of Financial and Corporate Service Providers, invites
applications from qualified Bahamians for the following position:

Registry Officer

‘Through the implementation of record. and information management best practices a Registry
Officer is responsible for maintaining the Commission's Registry {the physical filing system that
houses licensee and registrant information) and managing that information as a resource.

Additionally,

the Registry Officer will have. ongoing responsibility of maintaining the

Commission's Resource Centre, which comprises electronic _ subscriptions and technical
reference books and other material.

Duties of a Registry Officer include keeping abreast of industry standards and best practices
regarding record and information management and integrating such aligned standards and
practices into the Commission's regulatory and business needs; within the parameters of the
relevant governing legislation. The Officer will be responsible for understanding the monitoring,
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registrant and licensee physical records and files — the existing filing system;
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that promote information governance, reliability and integrity:

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unauthorized access, loss, destruction and corruption are upheld on a consistent basis;

Integraie the Commission's record retention requirements as outlined in the legislation it
administers, as well as other relevant legislation such as data protection laws, into

policies and procedures.

incorporate the Financial and Corporate Service Providers files (and any other new

classes of licensees and registrants) into the registry system;

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buildings and rips new fault -

CHRISTCHURCH,
New Zealand

THE powerful 7.1-magnitude
earthquake that smashed build-
ings, cracked roads and twisted
rail lines around a New
Zealand city also ripped a new
11-foot- (3.5 meter-) wide fault
in the earth's surface, officials
said Sunday, according to Asso-
ciated Press. :

At least 500 buildings, includ-
ing 90 properties in downtown
Christchurch, have been desig-
nated as destroyed in the quake
that struck at 4:35 a.m. Saturday
(1635 GMT Friday) near the
South Island city of 400,000
people. But most other build-

ings sustained only minor dam-

age.

Only two serious injuries
were reported as the quake
shattered glass and chimneys
and walls of older buildings
crumbled to the ground. The

prime minister said it was a mir-

acle no one was killed.

Power was cut across the
region, roads were blocked by
debris, and gas and water sup-
plies were disrupted,
Christchurch Mayor Bob Park-

‘er said. He warned continuing
aftershocks could cause mason-
ry to fall from damaged build-
ings, as could gale force winds
due to buffet the region Sun-
day. ;

Canterbury University geol-
ogy professor Mark Quigley
said what "looks to us that it
could be a new fault" had
ripped across the earth and
pushed some surface areas up
about three feet (a meter). The
quake was caused by the ongo-
ing collision between the Pacif-
ic and Australian tectonic
plates, he said.

"One side of the earth has
lurched to the right ... up to 11
feet (3.5 meters) and in some
places been thrust up," Quigley
told National Radio.

"The long linear fracture on
the earth's surface does things

like break apart houses, break .

At least '500 buildings destroyed |

apart roads. We went and saw
two houses tha: were com-
pletely snapped in half by the
earthquake," he said. +
Roger Bates, whose dairy
farm at Darfield was close to
the quake's epicenter, said the
new. fault line had ripped up
the surface across his land.
"The whole dairy farm is like
the sea now, with real (soil)
waves right across the dairy
farm. We don't have physical
holes (but) where the fault goes
through it's been raised a meter
or meter and a half (3 to 5
feet)," he told National Radio.
"Trouble ‘is, I've lost two
meters (6 feet) of land off my
boundary," he added..

Codes

Experts said the low number
of injuries in the powerful
quake reflects the country's
strict building codes.

"New Zealand has very good
building codes ... (that) mean
the buildings are strong com-
pared with, say, Haiti," which
suffered widespread damage in
a magnitude-7.0 quake this
year, earth sciences professor
Martha Savage told The Asso-
ciated Press. ~

"It's about the same size
(quake) as Haiti, but the dam-

‘age is so much less. Though

chimneys and some older
facades came down, the struc-
tures are well built," said Sav-
age, a professor at the School of
Geography, Environment and
Earth Sciences at Victoria Uni-
versity in the capital, Welling-
ton.

"Thank God for earthquake
strengthening 10 years ago,"
Anglican Dean of Christchurch,
Rev. Peter Beck, told TV One
News on Sunday.

Euan Smith, professor of
Geophysics at Victoria Univer-
sity, said the fact that there

"were no fatalities ... it's quite
remarkable."

Experts were speculating the
very soft soils of Christchurch
had “acted like a shock
absorber over a short period ...
doing less damage to smaller
buildings. They will dissipate
earthquake energy if they're

. thick enough," he told The AP.

Christchurch fire service
spokesman Mike Bowden said
a number of people had been
trapped in buildings by fallen
chimneys and_ blocked
entrances, but there were no
reports of people pinned under
rubble. Rescue teams with snif-
fer dogs were continuing t
check premises. ;

State geological agency GNS
Science reported more than 40
aftershocks in the 24 hours fol-
lowing the quake, ranging in
strength from magnitude 3.7 to
5.4

A state of emergency was
declared and army troops were
on standby to assist after the
quake, which was centered 19
miles (30 kilometers) west of
Christchurch, according to GNS
Science. No tsunami alert was
issued.

Prime Minister John Key,
who flew to Christchurch to
inspect the damage, said it was
"an absolute miracle" that no
one had died.

He warned it could be
months before the full extent
of the damage was known, but
said initial assessments sug-
gested it could cost at least 2
billion New Zealand dollars
($1.4 billion) to repair.

"There is a major rebuild job
here in Christchurch ... and peo-
ple are terrified at what took
place," he said Sunday.

Civil Defense officials lifted a
curfew on the central city area
Sunday morning, while police
commander Superintendent
Dave Cliff said only two arrests
had been made overnight for

Twelve are killed in

assault on Baghdad
military headquarters

BAGHDAD

- SUICIDE bombers struck a Baghdad
military headquarters on Sunday and killed
12 people, two weeks after an attack on
the same site pointed to the failure of Iraqi
forces to plug even the most obvious holes
in their security, according to Associated
Press.

USS. troops at the military compound to
train Iraqi forces helped repel the attack,
marking the first time American forces
have been involved in an exchange of gun-
fire in Baghdad since the US. officially
ended combat operations in Iraq less than
a week ago.

In the brazen midday assault, suicide
bombers set off a car bomb and managed to
fight their way inside the building before
being killed.

On Aug. 17, an al-Qaida-linked suicide
bomber blew himself up at the same east
Baghdad military headquarters and killed
61 army recruits in the deadliest act of vio-
lence in Baghdad in months.

Injured

Iraqi military spokesman Maj. Gen. Qas-
sim al-Moussawi said in a statement that 12
people were killed in Sunday's attack and
36 were injured. Five Iraqi soldiers were
among the dead.

An explosives-laden car charged the
building and blew up. Then gunmen
assaulted the headquarters, battling the
building's guards in a 15-minute fitefight,
according to police officials who said at
least three militants were wearing explo-
sives belts.

The bombers were headed to the build-
ing's entrance on foot but were shot by the
guards before they could trigger their
devices. One was wounded and has been
taken into custody.

All officials spoke on condition of
anonymity because they were not autho-
rized to speak to the media.

The Americans provided covering fire
while Iraqi soldiers pursued the attackers
who had entered the compound, said Lt.
Col Eric Bloom, a U.S. military spokesman.
The U.S. intervention also included heli-

‘copters and drones; he said. The Ameri-



can troops were based in the compound to
train Iraqi forces.

He said it was the first exchange of gun-
fire involving American troops in Bagh-

dad since the Aug. 31 deadline for ending

formal combat operations. No American
troops were injured, and he said the Amer-
ican gunfire lasted a few minutes.
Sunday's attack was an embarrassment
for the officials in the capital, where secu-
rity has been high in past days as insur-
gents intensify their strikes on Iraqi police
and soldiers to mark the change.in the U.S.
mission.

Checkpoints

The building attacked on Sunday is the
headquarters for the Iraqi Army's 11th
Division and an army recruitment center. In
mid-August attack, al-Qaida boasted that

its operative easily passed through check-.

points before detonating his explosives belt
in a crowd of officers and recruits outside
the building.

The Iraqi security forces are now solely

responsible for protecting the country after ©

President Barack Obama declared an end
to U.S. combat operations on Wednesday.
Many, however, doubt that Iraq's police
and army are a match for the well-armed
insurgency determined to bring down the
Shiite-led government.

Last week Prime Minister Nouri al-Mali- .

ki put his nation on its highest level of alert
for terror attacks, warning of plots to sow
fear and chaos in the country. He said
insurgents would try to exploit widespread
frustration with years of frequent power
outages and problems with other public
services by staging riots and attacks on gov-
ernment offices.

U.S. and Iraqi officials have long wor-
ried that political instability would lead
to widespread violence in Iraq, and the
lack of a power-sharing agreement among
the competing leaders has only increased
fears.

Six months after an inconclusive elec-
tion in March, Iraq still has no new gov-
ernment. Al-Maliki, a Shiite, is struggling to
keep his job after his political coalition
came in a close second to a Sunni-domi-
nated alliance at the March 7 vote.

ew Zealand quake smashes .

breaching the security cordon
set up to prevent people being
injured by falling masonry.

"Some parts of the city are
very dangerous" because of
unsafe buildings he said, and a
cordon would remain in place
as gale force winds hit the
region during the day.

Up to 90 extra police officers
had flown in to Christchurch to

help, and troops were likely to >

join the recovery effort on
Monday, Parker said.

About 250 people had taken
refuge overnight Sunday. in
accommodation centers at
schools in suburban areas to
house people forced out of their
damaged homes, civil defense
spokesman Murray Sinclair
said.

Minister of Civil Defense
John Carter said there was:"a
lot ot damage to our key infra-
structure ... water, waste water
systems."

Injuries

Christchurch Hospital said it
had treated two men with seri-
ous injuries and a number of
people with minor injuries.

One man was hit by a falling
chimney and was in serious
condition, while a second was
badly cut by glass, hospital
spokeswoman Michele Hider
said.

Christchurch police report-
ed road damage in parts of the
city and cordoned off some
streets where rubble was strewn
about. Parked cars were
crushed by heaps of fallen
bricks, and roads buckled.

Civil defense agency
spokesman David Millar said
at least six bridges had: been
badly damaged and the historic
Empire hotel in the port town
of Lyttelton was "very unsta-
ble" and in danger of collapse.
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lines around the city on Saturday but only two serious injuries were

reported. (AP)

were damaged.

People in the city's low-lying
eastern suburbs were told to be
ready to evacuate after power,
gas, sewage and water systems
were cut by the quake, Police
Inspector Mike Coleman said.

Kiwirail rail transport group
spokesman Kevin Ramshaw
said 13 trains, mostly freight,
had been halted, with some
damage confirmed to lines
north of Christchurch.

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area of the Earth's crust where

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two tectonic plates collide. The
country records more than
14,000 earthquakes a year —
but only about 150 are felt by
residents. Fewer than 10 a year
do any damage.

New Zealand's last major
earthquake registered magni-
tude 7.8 and hit-South Island's
Fiordland region on July 16,
2009, moving the southern tip
of‘the country 12 inches (30
centimeters) closer to Australia,
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ON THE GULF
OF MEXICO

INVESTIGATORS
looking into what went
wrong in the Gulf of Mex-
ico oil spill are a step clos-
er to answers now that a
key piece of evidence is
secure aboard a boat,
according to Associated
Press.

Engineers took 29 hours
to lift the 50-foot (15.24-
meter), 300-ton blowout
preventer from a mile (1.6
kilometer) beneath the sea,
and the five-story-high
device looked largely intact
Saturday night with black
stains on the yellow metal.

FBI agents were among
the 137 people aboard the
Helix Q4000 vessel, taking
photos and video of the
device. They will escort it
back to a NASA facility in
Louisiana for analysis.

The AP-was thé only
news outlet with a print
reporter and photograph-
er on board the ship.

Device

The blowout preventer
was placed into a metal
contraption specifically
designed to hold. the mas-
sive device at 9:16 p.m.
CDT Saturday (0216 GMT
Sunday). As it was maneu-
vered into place, crew
members were silent and
water dripped .off..the
device.

‘Crews had been delayed
raising the device after ice-
like crystals — called
hydrates — formed on it.
The device couldn't be
safely lifted from the water
until the hydrates melted
because the hydrates are
combustible, said Darin
Hilton, the captain of the
Helix Q4000.

Hydrates form when gas-
es such as methane mix
with water under high pres-
sure and: cold tempera-
tures. The crystals caused
BP PLC problems in May,
when hydrates formed on a
100-ton, four-story dome
the company tried to place
over the leak to contain it.

Blowout preventor lifted

‘from beneath the sea



As a large hatch opened

“up on the Helix to allow

the blowout preventer to
pass through, several hun-
dred feet (meters) of light
sheen could be seen near
‘the boat, though crews
weren't exactly sure what
it was.

The April 20 explosion
aboard the Deepwater
Horizon killed 11 workers
and led to 206 million gal-
lons (780 million liters) of
oil spewing from BP PLC's
undersea well.

Investigators know the
explosion was triggered by
a bubble of methane gas

. that escaped from the well
~and shot up the drill col-

umn, expanding quickly as
it burst through several
seals and barriers before
igniting.

But they don't know
exactly how or why, the gas
escaped. And they don't
know why the blowout pre-
venter didn't seal the well
pipe at the sea bottom
after the eruption, as it was
supposed to. While the
device didn't close or
may have closed partially
— investigative hearings
have produced no clear
picture of why it didn't
plug the well.

Documents emerged
showing that,a part of the
device had a hydraulic
leak, which would have
reduced its effectiveness,
and that a passive "dead-
man" trigger had a low,
perhaps even dead, battery.

Steve Newman, presi-
dent of rig owner
Transocean, told lawmak-
ers following the disaster
that there was no evidence
the device itself failed and
suggested debris might
have been forced into it by
the surging gas.

There has also been tes-
timony that the blowout
preventer didn't undergo a
rigorous recertification
process in 2005 as required



by federal regulators.

Recertifying the five-sto-
ry device requires com-
pletely disassembling it out
of the water and can take
as long as three months to
complete.

Testimony from BP and

Transocean officials also
showed that repairs were
not always authorized by
the manufacturer,
Cameron International,
and that confusion about
the equipment delayed
attempts to close the well
in the days after the explo-
sion.

A Transocean official
has said he knew the
blowout.preventer was
functioning because he per-
sonally oversaw its main-
tenance, and he said the
device underwent tests to
ensure it was working. The
device, he said, had under-
gone a maintenance over-
haul in February as it was
being moved to the Deep-
water Horizon to be placed
over BP's well.

Test

Also, according to testi-
mony, a BP well site leader
performed a pressure test
April 9 on the blowout pre-
venter, and he said it
passed.

George Hirasaki, a Rice
University engineering
professor, said the blowout
preventer should have
sheared through the drill
pipe and shut off the, flow
of oil. There may have
been two sections of drill
pipe or a thicker section,

called the "collar," that the -

blowout preventer could
not shear through, he said.
He also said the device's
hardware was changed, but
the on-site drawings were
not updated to reflect the
changes. Investigators will
be looking for any other
discrepancies between the
device and its drawings.







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In short, Hirasaki said,
"The BOP failed to do its
function. It is important to
determine why so that it
does not occur again."

However, some have
cautioned that the blowout
preventer will not provide
clues to what caused the
gas bubble. And it is possi-
ble a thorough review may
not be able to show why it
didn't work.

That could leave investi-
gators to speculate on caus-
es using data, records and
testimony.

Lawyers will be watch-
ing closely, too, as hun-
dreds of lawsuits have been
filed over the oil spill.
Future liabilities faced by a
number of corporations
could be riding on what the
analysis of the blowout
preventer shows.

A temporary cap that
stopped oil from gushing
into the Gulf in mid-July
was removed Thursday. No
more oil was expected to
leak into the sea, but crews
were standing by with col-
lection vessels justin case.

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The government said a
new blowout preventer was
placed on the blown-out
well late Friday. Officials
wanted to replace the
failed blowout preventer
first to deal with any pres-
sure that is caused when a

_ relief well BP has been

drilling intersects. the
blown-out well.

Once that intersection
occurs sometime in Sep-
tember, BP is expected to
use mud and cement to
plug the blown-out well for
good from the bottom.

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_A JAPANESE journalist who was
abducted by apparent Taliban militants in
Afghanistan five months ago has been freed
by his captors, reports said Sunday, accord-
ing to Associated Press.

Kosuke Tsuneoka, a freelance journalist
and veteran of war zones, was released Sat-
urday night in good health and was at the
Japanese Embassy in Kabul, Kyodo News
agency cited government sources as saying.
Japan's Foreign Ministry and its embassy in
the Afghan capital declined to comment.

Tsuneoka's mother told Kyodo that her
41-year-old son had called home from the
embassy after being released in the Dasht-
e-Archi district of Kunduz province.

Tsuneoka's captors apparently decided
to release him because he is a fellow Mus-
lim, Kyodo said.

According to his personal website, Tsu-
neoka converted to the religion in 2000
while in Moscow.

Tsuneoka had been missing since April 1,
when he posted a message on Twitter saying
he had traveled to a Taliban-controlled area
in northern Afghanistan.

Friends later received word that he had
been kidnapped.

Hopes for his release grew over the week-
end after two new messages in English sud-
denly emerged on his Twitter account. He
assured his followers that he was alive and
in jail in Kunduz.

It was not clear how or why the messages
were sent.

This isn't the first time Tsuncoka has
been-abducted. He went missing in Georgia
in 2001 and was held for several months by
unidentified individuals, according to the



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Committee to Protect Journalists. He was
freed during a Georgian military operation.

Tsuneoka is the latest of more than half a
dozen foreign journalists kidnapped in
Afghanistan, including two French reporters
who were seized last December in Kapisa

_province just outside Kabul.

On Sunday, the French government said
it had received proof in the last 10 days
that the France-3 television reporters,
Stephane Taponier and Herve Ghesquicre,
are alive and in good health.

It said negotiations for their release were
interrupted during the Islamic holy month
of Ramadan, but were set to resume once it
ends in a few days.

A New York Times reporter, David
Rohde, escaped last year along with an
Afghan colleague seven months after being
kidnapped while interviewing Insurgents in
the eastern province of Logar.

The pair, along with their Afghan driver,
were held in numerous compounds in
Afghanistan and Pakistan while their cap-
tors dithered over a ransom.

Shortly after Rohde's escape, another
New York Times reporter, Stephen Far-
rell, and his Afghan translator were kid-
napped by Taliban -insurgents in Kunduz.
The British-Irish Farrell was rescued soon
after in a raid by British commandos in
which the translator and a British com-
mando were killed.

In October, 2008, Canadian Broadcast-
ing Corp. reporter Mellissa Fung was seized
ata refugee camp on the outskirts of Kab-
ul. She was released four weeks later after
being held in a pit, chained and blindfolded,
Around that time, Dutch journalist Joanie
de Rijke was held for a week after being
seized in the Surobi area east of Kabul.
THE TRIBUNE

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2010, PAGE 11B



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‘Taking a stab at our broken legal system’

FROM page 12

performing an assessment of
the Attorhey General’s office,
and reviewing the nature of
the backlog in our courts. She
has the support of her Attor-
ney General, Senator John .
Delaney, who seems.keen on
really taking a stab at the
-problem.

During this same interview
with his new Director of Pub-
lic Prosecutions, Mr Delaney
said that it was. “unrealistic”
for persons to expect that with
the government addressing
the issue of the senior man-
agement of the Department
of Public Prosecutions, “all of
a sudden” they can solve
every issue.

“The challenges that we
face did not just come about
inthe last year, two, three, or
four. You are talking about a
problem that accumulated
over a very long period of
time. You are talking about
a justice system that has not
evolved in tandem with soci-

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months, two years, or three
years, then you have to ques-
tion the veracity of those rep-
resentations. It can't be. It

and that is also true with the
courts,

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this can be fixed in three

ety. So when I spoke about,
the laws, I spoke about how
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took us many years to get to
this point. But we are putting
in place policies that will
remediate this as quickly as
possible with the resources
that are available. That is
what we are doing,” he said.

It is comforting to see that
Bahamians are giving Mrs
Graham-Allen a fair shot at
getting the job done.

On The Tribune’s website,
www.tribune242.com a blog-
ger identified as William
wrote: “All the best Mis Gra-
ham-Allen! What a task! ’'m
praying for you. We believe
you will do us well. Stay
focused and God’s blessings
always.”

Another contributor, aus-
piciously named ‘Been There’
said, “Stand your ground.
There are a lot of people who
wish to see you fail. It’s good
to finally see someone who is
not politically connected. Be
fair (and) seek God’s advice.
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mind the noise in the market,



but the price of the fish. Be
_ever mindful of the lawyers
that try to get around the sys-
tem. They are usually con-
nected and always trying to
get around the system. Good
luck. Trust only.God!”

Trust only God indeed.
From the reports emanating
out of the Attorney Gener-
al’s Office it appears that Mrs
Graham-Allen will have a
hard time finding out who to
trust and who to weed out of
that office.

We as Bahamians have a
duty to assist her in this task.
Failing to do so, for political
or personal reasons could
haunt us for decades to come.

I for one am excited to see
what changes could come
from this office.

But like most things, we
will all have to wait and see.
Until then, God’s speed Mrs
Graham- Allen, and good
luck.

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