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PAGE 2, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007

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A FORMER Nassau teacher
has restored pride to a prestigious
school in Malawi known as “the
Eton of Africa” because of its high
academic standards and taste for
tradition.

Frank Cooke, 55, who was head
of history at Queen’s College dur-
ing the 1970s and early 1980s, has
turned round the school’s fortunes
after its reputation suffered fol-
lowing years of neglect.

The school, Kamuzu Academy,
was the brainchild of the former
Malawi president Dr Hastings
Banda, who wanted poor African
children to have the same oppor-
tunities as privileged whites.

But when Mr Cooke took over
as headmaster ten years ago, the
elected government which suc-

_ceeded Dr Banda had allowed the

school to deteriorate.
Now Kamuzu’s reputation has

been revived, thanks to.Mr. Cooke,

whose teaching career began at a
Liverpool comprehensive school
nearly 40 years ago.

This month, two: pupils from
each of the poorest districts in
Malawi will be offered bursaries in
line with Dr Banda’s original
ideals. For Mr Cooke, the deci-
sion fulfils one of his primary aims.

“It will be an incredibly proud
moment and something we have
worked towards for a long time,”
he told the Daily Telegraph of
London.

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through the dark, days when it
seemed a million miles off it was a
vision we had to cling on to. But
it’s great to say we are finally
there.”

Mr Cooke, who has received
the MBE for his success at
Kamuzu, presides over a school
which, in many respects, resem-
bles the best of England’s tradi-
tional “public” schools.

Its pleasant rural setting sets it
far apart from the country’s urban
slums and its uniform of green and
gold with white straw boaters

encourages pupils to walk with .

pride.
The school’s library is based on

the American Congressional

Library in Washington, and its cur-
rent crop of students are expected
to shape Malawi’s future.

Mr Cooke told the Telegraph: “I
liked the idea of this school with
an ethos of taking kids on merit,
whatever their background. For
many of them, it was the first time
they had seen electricity. The facil-
ities they came to were extraordi-
nary for them.

“When I got here there were
no roads, just dust tracks, and we
had to butcher all the meat for the
pupils ourselves.

“There were dark days - in 1994
no-one got paid for four months -
and we have had'to rebuild the
place slowly. But the staff and par-
ents were brilliant.”

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years ago after six years in the
Bahamas.

He arrived in Nassau in 1976,
joined Queen’s College and rose
te become head of history.

But when he heard about
Kamuzu, he couldn’t resist the
challenge and found himself at a
school Dr Banda modelled on
“the best English boarding school
traditions.”

The school, with its own lake,
golf course and armed guards,
thrived in its first decade but
slipped into decline after the pres-
ident was deposed in 1994.

State funding ceased, the power

-was cut off, and students and staff

left.

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and gradually worked his way up
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since when he has restored the
school to‘its former glory.

Last year, the school achieved a
100 per cent pass rate for A-levels
for the first time in its history,
along with an 84 per cent pass rate
for GCSEs.

After it almost closed down,
fees were introduced to fund its
revival. But this month, Kamuzu
begins its bursary scheme for the

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poor, restoring its original aim of
helping bright children from
impoverished backgrounds.

“This will signal a remarkable
achievement from where we have
come from,” said Mr Cooke. “It is
what the school was founded for
and I will be very proud.”

Mr Cooke is about to sign a new
three-year contract, after which
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Anglicans
to meet in
Nassau over
gay bishop

ANGLICANS from around
the world are expected to meet
in the Bahamas this month to
begin formal discussions on the
controversial election and con-
secration of a practicing homo-
sexual as Episcopal Bishop in
the US state of New Hamp-
shire.

Archbishop of the West
Indies Reverend Drexel Gomez
will chair the five-day meeting
in Nassau, which is set to begin
on January 15.

‘The 10 committee members
will include the Archbishop of
South-East Asia.

Archbishop Gomez was
appointed late last year by

‘Archbishop of Canterbury Dr.

Rowan Williams to head a
covenant to examine the fall-
out in the Anglican Commu-
nion after the events in Ameri-
ca, focusing around Reverend
Gene Robinson’s election and
consecration.

The proposal for the
covenant was made as part of
the Windsor Report, produced
by the Lambeth Commission.

Archbishop Gomez said the
reason for the covenant was to
suggest a way in which the

member churches in the Angli- |

can Communion could meet as
member churches of the world-
wide Communion and agree to
“be committed one to the other
and held accountable one to the
other.”

The committee will meet in

Nassau from January 15 to 19. -

“What we hope to do,” said
Archbishop Gomez “is to start
work’ on a formula which we
would share with the archbish-
ops of the communion at the
archbishops’ meeting, which will

‘be held in Tanzania in the mid-

dle of February.

“Hopefully, we would have
something to present to the
Lambeth Conference in the
summer of 2008.”

‘;Committee-members.are | is.

expected to come from.the
United States, Africa, Europe
and South-East Asia.

Hondurans
apprehended
at sea by

RBDF

THE Harbour Patrol Unit of
the Royal Bahamas Defence
Force apprehended two Hon-
duran nationals early Tuesday
morning north of Paradise
Island on suspicion of violating
immigration and fisheries laws.

While on routine patrol at
9.30am, the marines came
across a 17-foot open vessel off
Rose Island.

After further investigations,
they reported discovering that
the two men had fishing appa-
ratus onboard.

The marines suspected the
men of being gainfully involved
in underwater fishing.

The men were brought in and
turned over to police officers.

Investigations into the mat-
ter continue.

Man admits
to charges of
marijuana
possession

A MAN pleaded guilty in
magistrates’ court yesterday to
two separate marijuana posses-
sion charges.

Matthew Carey appeared
before Magistrate Carolita
Bethel at Court Eight, Bank
Lane.

According to police, Carey,
18, was found in possession of
the drugs on Saturday, Decem-
ber 30. Police reportedly found
him in possession of a total of 30
grams of marijuana.

Carey pleaded guilty to both
charges and was fined $1,750 in
total.

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Anger over RBDF

THE government was last
night accused of protecting
Defence Force officers
involved in the Inagua beating
scandal six weeks ago.

Marine worker Dexter Wil-
son, who was left for dead by a

eS large group of marines, is still

off work with back and leg

injuries as a result of the

attack.
Now his cousin, Shane Wil-

son, has accused: the:geverns*

ment of protecting the
marines, adding: “Had it been
Dexter who assaulted a
marine, he would have in Fox
Hill Prison by now.”

Inaguans are still seething
over the incident, which began
in a Mathew Town bar and
ended with Mr Wilson being
left with severe injuries in
nearby Kortwright Street.

' Marines are alleged to have
followed Mr Wilson as he was
carried to the island clinic,
shouting: “Let him die.”

The victim was later airlifted
to Nassau for an emergency
scan and X-ray. Fortunately,
his injuries were not life-threat-
ening, as first feared.

Police investigated the inci-
dent and papers have been
passed on to the Attorney
General’s Office. But still no-
one has been brought to jus-
tice. ‘

Shane Wilson told The Tri-

bune: “Nothing has happened

so far and people here are
beginning to wonder why.

“It seems clear that the gov-
ernment is trying to protect
someone. Had this been Dex-
ter or me who had attacked a





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marine we would have been
before the courts and would
now be in Fox Hill Prison.”

The incident was witnessed
by several people and police
sources in Nassau are now
wondering why the Attorney
General is taking so long to
act.

“There is no reason for this
matter to be referred to the
AG’s Office,” said a police
source. “The police have been
to Inagua and have taken
statements. These men should
have been before the courts by
now. There is no excuse for
this delay.”

This view was echoed by Mr
Shane Wilson and another
Inagua resident, Mr Diverne
Ingraham, who was one of two
men who intervened in the
attack to save Dexter Wilson’s
life.

Locals are convinced that,
without their presence, Mr



officer ‘protection’

Wilson would have been
punched and kicked to death.
At one point, Defence Force

_marines were pounding Mr

Wilson’s head with a rock,
leaving two huge holes which
were gushing blood. ‘

Today, 27-year-old Dexter -
who works for Morton Salt -
remains incapable of working,
limping to ease his pain from a
twisted back.

He, too, is baffled'at the gov-
ernment’s failure to bring the
culprits before the courts.

Shane Wilson said: “We are
supposed to have a lawyer
working for us in Nassau, but
he hasn’t called back. We don’t
know what is happening.
Everyone here is asking what
is going on. We have heard the
files have been passed to the
AG’s office, but no-one has
been arrested yet.”

He said while Dexter was
continuing to suffer - he has
just been given another three
weeks off work by his doctor -
the guilty marines were free
and still walking around.

“Tf it were me, I would have
been locked up. It isn’t fair,”
he said.

Mr Ingraham said marines
from the Inagua Defence
Force base were staying away
from local people as a result
of the incident.

“Local people are still angry
about it and asking when
something is going to happen,”
he said.

Over the festive season,
Defence Force personnel kept
their distance and few made
their way into Mathew Town.

Sniffer dog catches mother allegedly
smuggling marijuana into prison

THE mother of a murder
convict found herself in a
world of trouble after a drug

‘sniffing dog caught her:*

attempting to sneak a large
quantity of marijuana into
Her Majesty’s Prison by hid-
ing it in a “private cavity”.

The drugs were reported-
ly destined for her son, who
is being held in the maxi-
mum security section of the
prison.

According to prison offi-
cials, the dog identified the
substance despite the fact
that “heavy doses of per-
fume” were used to avoid
detection.

The prison public relations
office issued a statement yes-
terday saying that the moth-
er was taken into custody by
prison authorities and escort-
ed to the Elizabeth Estates
Police Station.

She was formally charged
before the courts and is
presently being held at Her
Majesty’s Prison — where she
will remain for one year or
until her $1,500 fine is paid,
the statement said.

Officials at the prison sent
out a special appeal to mem-
bers of the public to refrain
from attempting to bring

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THE TRIBUNE



Meeting with Sea
Hauler victims

called ‘fruitful’

@ By CHESTER ROBARDS

MEETINGS between Minis-
ter of Transport and Aviation,
Glenys Hanna-Martin and rep-
resentatives of the Sea Hauler
victims have been called fruitful.

Ms Hanna-Martin met rep-
resentatives for the second time
yesterday, this time being joined
by delegates from the Attorney
General’s Office.

According to victim
spokesperson Lincoln Bain, Mrs
Martin said that it is unques-
tionably clear that the port
failed when it allowed the Sea
Hauler and United Star to sail
the night of the accident.

“At this point what she is
planning to do is contact the
boat owners and get everyone
involved to come to the table
and see how we can close this
matter in whatever way neces-
sary,” said Mr Bain.

“At this point it seems that
the government has the inten-
tion of doing the right thing in
this.”

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Speaking with The Tribune
yesterday, Mrs Hanna-Martin
expressed her joy in knowing
that the victims are getting posi-
tive feedback from the meetings.

“We are trying to, as quickly
as possible, see how a resolu-
tion can be brought about,” she

said. “Our position has been
that we are trying to clarify
what the claims are, and ratio-
nalise the process.”

Mr Bain said that victims now
have to carry their claims to the
government, after which he
expects there to be a swiftly
expedited resolution.

“They will make their claims
based on their injuries and their
losses, in terms of deaths,
etcetera,” he said.

According to Ms Hanna-Mar-
tin, there needs to be some clar-
ification on early reports that
she had called for another
inquiry into how much the gov-
ernment is liable, but Mr Bain
maintains that her ministry is
still making those inquiries.

Mr Bain said that Ms Han-
na-Martin did not want to use
the word ‘liable’ when referring
to the Port Department’s role in
the tragedy during yesterday’s
meeting, but did assert that the
department was at fault.

“She said that it is clear that
the port is partly at fault with



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the ships — that the port did
fail in the execution of their
duties and that there is no ques-
tion about that,” he said.
“They are still making
inquiries into seeing how much
the government is liable — I
don’t know what the purpose
of that is — but right now her
focus is getting all the parties
involved together, meaning the
ships along with her ministry
and seeing how they can come

together to resolve this.”

Mr Bain said that there is no
dancing around the language of
the Wreck Commission.

The independent commission
appointed by the government
found that the Port Department
failed to adequately consider all
factors affecting a realistic
determination of the number of
passengers for whom approval
should have been given; failed
to obtain vital passenger infor-

(AP Photo/Tim A yleh)

f
w.

mation before boarding them;
failed to ensure that only the
approved number boarded;
failed to obtain an accurate
count of the number of passeri-
gers; and failed to carry out stip-
ulations contained in the

- approval letter by Port Officials

of the first mate or captain.
The commission also fouifd
the Sea Hauler non- -complidht,
because too many people wete
allowed to sail aboard the vessel.

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FREEPORT - The Classic
Dancers came out on top in the
Grand Bahama new years day
junkanoo parade — winning the
title for a second consecutive

year.

The group won seven of the
nine categories, accumulating a
total of 2,074 points to beat out
the Swingers, which came in a
close second place with 1,943
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nine categories; Swingers come in second .



Bahama Junkanoo Committee
released the official results of
Monday evening’s parade held
at downtown Freeport, where
it was estimated that between
20,000 and 25,000 persons
tti¥fied out to watch the event.

..Ken “Motorboat” Ferguson,
the leader of the Classic
Dancers, said he is elated over
the win.

“We predominantly swept
the parade, winning most of the
major categories and we are
very Satisfied with the results,”
he said.

Under the theme ‘Arise
Great Warrior — Ancient Mex-
ico,’ the Classic Dancers won
best group costume, best music,
best group performance, best
execution of theme, best chore-
ography, and best performance
on Gloucester Row.

They also swept an entire cat-
egory, taking first, second, and

third place for best off-the-
shoulder-costume.

The Swingers won the best
free dancers and best banner

categories.

According to the official
results, the Majestic Crusaders.
took third place with 1, 85k
points, followed’by the Super: “
star Rockers, which placed
fourth with 1,829-points. .

Arawak Invaders took fifth
place with 1,677 points. Com-
ing in sixth place with 1,042
points was the Rotary Club.

Seventh place went to Vic-
tory Boys with 1,039 points;
eighth place to the Harbour
Boys with 1,037 points; ninth
to Bushwhackers with 920

points; and Fun Time
Junkanoo came in tenth with
820 points.

Mr Ferguson said he felt that
the parade was one of the best
on Grand Bahama in years.



7

ds

When asked about the long
breaks between groups, Mr Fer-
guson commented that some’of
the groups failed to adhere to
the rules.

He.also expressed | his disap-

“pointment,over the short not,

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‘that was given to junkaneo
“groups for the Boxing Day
parade in West End on Decem-
ber 26.

The Swingers won that
parade which was sponsored by
the Ginn Corporation.

“We would have loved to be
a part of it but ... . you can’t
come a month before the
parade and dangle that big prize
money and expect junkanooers
to drop everything they were
doing previously,” he said.

“We commend Ginn far
sponsoring the cultural event,
but I think that it was too
rushed with no time to prepare
and produce quality costumes,.

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 7





‘PREPARATIONS for the
,second annual National
+ Tourism Week are now well
Cunderway, tourism officials
‘ (announced yesterday.

The theme, “My Bahamas
Perretgian’ is designed to
encourage everyone to view the
industry’ s relevance to all sec-
i tors of the economy.

“The focus during the week
iwill centre on increasing
‘tourism related linkages and
lowering the percentage of
; tourism earnings currently being
‘leaked outside of the
‘Bahamas, ” said the Ministry of

-Fourism in a statement.
“National Tourism Week

made its debut in 2006 and was

intended to provide concen-
trated focus on the industry that
provides 63 per cent of all jobs

.in. the Bahamas and constitutes

more that 50 per cent of Gross

Domestic Product.”

_This year, the ministry said,
‘even more events have been
‘added to give everyone an
opportunity to participate. The
.week begins on Saturday, Jan-
wary 20, with a “fun run and
walk” aimed at inspiring good
-health.

“January has long since
‘een the month for faithful
adherence to New Year’s res-
olutions which will invariably
consist of healthy lifestyle
‘changes,” Janet Johnson,
‘chairperson for National
Tourism Week said. “We felt
that by adding the fun

‘n/walk, we would include a
significant portion of the pop-
ulation in National Tourism
Week while at the same time

allowing them to participate

in an activity they would prob-
ably be doing anyway.”

Director General of Tourism,
Vernice Walkine, described the
week as a forum for frank, open
and honest discussion of the
tourism business.

, It is very important to meet
fegularly to discuss issues rela-
tive to tourism and to make




‘Tourism week focuses on
links to rest of econom





B DIRECTOR General of Tourism Vernice Walkine announces
the launch of National Tourism Week. Also pictured are Janet
Johnson, NTW chairperson; Gregory Wilkinson, 2006 Cacique
Lifetime Achievement Award winner; Davidson Hepburn,
chairman of the Cacique Blue Ribbon Panel and Earle Bethel,
immediate past president of the BHA.

adjustments and improvements
when necessary in order to sus-
tain and enhance what we
have,” she said. “This year’s
theme focuses on the linkages
between tourism and other sec-
tors of the economy which we
hope will serve as a vital
reminder that tourism is indeed
everyone’s business.”

Performances

National Tourism Week will
include several performances of
the critically acclaimed play,
Behind the Yellow Line out of
Grand Bahama.

The week commences with a
church service at Zion Baptist
Church, an industry careers fair
and what the ministry described

(Photo: Derek Smith, MOT)

as an exciting line-up of master
classes and general sessions
aimed at sparking extensive dis-
cussions on the future of the
country’s most vital sector.

National Tourism Week will
end with the prestigious
Cacique Awards on January 26.

“Now in its 11th year, the
Cacique Awards has become
synonymous with quality ser-
vice and longstanding achieve-
ment,” said the ministry. “This
year’s awards ceremony is
expected to be no different.”

Winners in the 18 categories
of the Cacique Awards will be
announced at a black-tie event
to be held at the Rainforest
Theatre at the Wyndham Nas-
sau Resort. Finalists for the
2006 Cacique were announced
last November.



oast Guard stopped

- fewer migrants off
south-east US coast

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>THE number of migrants

stopped off the south-east US -

cdast dropped by more than 40
per cent last year, according to
the US Coast Guard, according
fo Associated Press.

‘Officials said Wednesday that
es drop was due to a variety
pf reasons, including stormy
weather, fear of increased

atrols and political changes in
he migrants’ home countries.
» Lhe decrease in interdictions
at, sea mirrors the overall drop
ini illegal immigrants arrested
y Border Patrol agents in
South Florida and _ the

Caribbean during the 2006 fiscal -

year — as well as a nationwide

drop in such arrests along the

Mexican border.

» Coast Guard agents

patrolling the waters of South

Carolina, Florida and the

Caribbean, where migrants

from Cuba, Haiti and the
yominican Republic frequent-

Yearrive, stopped 6,061 migrants

in’ 2006, down from 10,279 in

2005.

‘ While the number of Cubans

§topped at sea dropped slightly,

the number of Haitians dropped

gharply, down 60 per cent to 769

people, as did the number of

Dominicans, down by half to

2,203. |
; Miami-based Haitian advo-

eate Marleine Bastien said the
rop in Haitian apprehensions

was likely tied to last year’s
election of the country’s presi-
dent, Rene Preval, who has
received wide support both
internationally and at home.

' “Haitians want to live in
aiti. They want to stay in
aiti. They only come here

when they feel their lives and

the lives of their loved ones are
threatened,” said Bastien.

‘; Whenever there’s a democrat-

ically elected government in

place, they tend to have a ‘wait
and see’ attitude.”

* Bastien said the United

States’ immigration policies

. have also dampened the flow.

Haitians who illegally make it

into the US are generally sent

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Immigration from Haiti drops



back, while most Cubans who
reach US soil are allowed to
stay.

As for Cuba, the announce-
ment by Fidel Castro in July
that he was handing over power
to his brother may have caused
enough uncertainty about the
future of the dictatorship to
keep some Cubans from
attempting to leave, officials
said.

Also, the death of a Cuban
migrant during a high speed
chase between smugglers and
Coast Guard agents last year
may have scared off some from
migrating, US Coast Guard
spokesman Lt Commander
Chris O’Neil said

anniversary

“Any time we have an inter-
diction that has a high amount
of media attention, we see a
drop,” he said.

Strong winds and difficult
seas also made crossing by boat
more difficult, along with
stepped up patrols in Puerto
Rico’s Mona Pass, one of the
biggest routes for Dominicans,
O’Neil added.

The number of Cubans and
Haitians stopped by agents after
reaching land in the Miami dis-
trict in 2006 was up slightly from
2005, but Miami Border Patrol
Spokesman Victor Colon called
the change — 500 more Cubans
and about 100 more Haitians —
insignificant.



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Tribune Freeport Reporter

FREEPORT —- Grand
Bahama security professionals
have announced that an interim
steering committee has been
formed for the establishment of
a Private Security Association
in the Bahamas.

Cleveland Duncombe, oper-
ator and owner of Candid Secu-
rity in Fréeport, made the
announcement on Tuesday at
Police Headquarters.

He noted that the security.
industry in the Bahamas plays a
great role in crime prevention.

Mr Duncombe said that the
committee’s primary focus is to
conduct wide consultation with
members of the security industry
over the next 90 days in an effort
to determine the best way for-
ward for a unified association.

The committee, he said, will
also seek to draft an association
constitution and relevant arti-
cles and memoranda which will
be made available to industry
partners for their review.

“Within four weeks of agree-

- ment of the relevant documen-

tation, the process of ratifica-
tion and subsequent election of
officers would be conducted,”

ecurity association to be formed

Committee to consult on draft constitution



Mr Duncombe said.

He added that to further sup-
plement this initiative an advi-
sory board is being established.

Mr Duncombe believes that
the unification of security offi-
cers would enhance the com-

_ mendable job being carried out

by police, Defence Force, immi-
gration, customs, and ‘prisons
services officers.

“In a time when criminality
and safety concerns can have a
detrimental affect on our qual-
ity of life, there is an urgent
need to call all hands on deck,”
he said.

“When one considers the vol-
ume of professionals perform-
ing private security tasks
throughout the Bahamas today,
the numbers demonstrate a
force to be reckoned with. By
pooling.such resources we can
establish a conglomerate that
can readily feed into efforts
afoot by our local authorities
with security responsibilities.”

Mr Duncombe said over the
past several weeks security pro-
fessionals have been discussing

the future of the private securi-
ty services industry in the
Bahamas, focusing in particu-
lar on the following:

e The role it plays in creat-

ing a safer country for the ben-
efit of Bahamians and visitors
alike.

e How to establish and main-
tain better standards at the offi-
cer, supervisory, management
and ownership levels.

e Type of assistance that can
be rendered to security affiliat-
ed government agencies.

In New Providence, the mem-
bers of the interim committee
are: Gamal Newry co-chairman
and president Preventative
Measures; Captain Glen Bain,
president and CEO of Bahamas
Maritime Connection Ltd; Stan-
ley Toote, assistant director of
security at Kerzner Interna-
tional; Anton Saunders, co-ordi-
nator of security and transport
at Doctors Hospital; Hugh
Gray, director of security at Old
Fort Bay.

In Grand Bahama, the mem-
bers are: Cleveland Duncombe,

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committee co-chairman, presi-
dent and CEO of Candid Secu- -
rity; Ryan Lowe, president and
CEO of Nelsons Locks and
Safe; Henri Williams, director
of security at Our Lucaya
Resort; Linden Wilchcombe,
director of security at Ginn Sur
Mer Resorts; Denise Tynes,
director of security at Grand
Bahama Airport, Harbour and
Container Port.

The advisory committee will
initially consist of: Henry
Wemyss, president and CEO of
Wemco Security and Collec-
tions; Lloyd Deveaux, director
of security Abaco Beach
Resort; Morris Simmons, presi-
dent and CEO of Simmons
Security and Investigations;
Chris Lowe, president of the
Grand Bahama chamber of
Commerce; Hank Bain, man-
ager of Armoured Car Services
Ltd and lawyer and Wayne
Munroe.

Mr Duncombe encourages all
security industry partners to be
a part of the drive and to assist
in this venture.

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SUPERCLUBS Breezes
honoured 114 employees for
remaining committed to the
resort for more than a decade.

According to the resort’s
chairman John Issa, Breezes still
retains 42 per cent of the staff
members employed when the
doors opened in 1995.

These individuals were hon-
oured during a reception attend-
ed by Prime Minister Perry
Christie and Minister of Tourism
Obie Wilchcombe on Friday.

“Our general manager, Jack-
son Weech was in charge of
human resources at the time.
He certainly did a good job and
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team members, 42 per cent of
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Posthumous recognition was
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the Breezes team who would
have received awards for their
10th year of service if not for
what Mr Issa called their
untimely deaths.

The families of front office
supervisor Diane Smith, PBX

manager Joyce Rolle and bell-.

man Donavon Roll were pre-
sented with plaques of remem-
brance.

According to Mr Weech, the
resort was praised by the min-

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a completely Bahamian team
for the last seven years.

"We were pleased with the
fact that we were able to retain
so many of our employees start-
ing with us back in 1995,” he said.

The secret to having success-
fully retained nearly half of the
original staff, according to Mr
Weech, is an “open door” policy.

“It’s the way that you manage
people,” he said. “Create an
environment where employees
feel comfortable, where indi-
viduals know that they have
direct access to senior manage-
ment, ensuring that any griev-

Breezes employees honoured



ances will be dealt with and
dealt with expeditiously.”

Mr Weech said that he is not
allowed to keep his office door
closed and that. employees are
encouraged to seek advice from
upper level management, such
as himself, at any time and for
any reason.

"If something is otherwise
bugging you or nagging you and
you are not able to get it done
at the lower levels, you work
your way up the chain” — this
more than anything else,
according to Mr Weech, is the
secret behind the success of the
Breezes team.

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that things are great in
country. It says that invest-
ts are at an all-time high, the
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ban renewal, houses are pop-
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in a frenzied fashion.

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such a report, most Bahamians
would be as happy as a lark. Are
they? We Bahamians are by
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our mortgage is in default, our
jobs are in limbo and our dogs
have diabetes, we can still go out
to Arawak Cay and have a good
time.

This happy disposition, howev-
er, should not be taken for grant-

e country cutting ribbons, sign-

ed. Often, it is in spite of our cir-
cumstances. The truth be told,
most Bahamians are not happy
with the state of affairs in this
country and they are not happy
with the leadership responsible
for managing the same. Why?

_ The reason is simple: most
Bahamians cannot relate to the
success the government claims it is
having. Most Bahamians simply
have too little in the way of any-
thing positive to connect to the
efforts of this government.

On the ground, where the rub-
ber meets the road, most Bahami-
ans are not experiencing any
improvements in their lives,
notwithstanding that more than
$4 billion of their public funds
have been spent by this adminis-

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ing or experiencing what the gov-
ernment says is happening. One is
talking about “most” Bahamians
doing so. Government succeeds
when its efforts positively affects
the many, not a precious few.

Take, for example, the govern-
ment’s boast that it has built 1,500
houses over the last four years.
The fact is that within the ten
years prior to this administration
coming to office, more than 10,000
Bahamians became homeowners
and thousands more before that
were homeowners.

These tens of thousands of
mortgage-paying homeowners
might be happy for the 1,500
houses over four years but they
are waiting for the next level of
improvement to their lives by this
government and have not seen
anything yet.

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the “pipeline”. This notwith-
standing, almost 20,000 Bahami-
ans are out of work, resulting in
unemployment being unaccept-
ably high. The government says
that the economy is growing at
“unprecedented levels”, yet wages
are flat, household income is stag-
nant, the cost of living is rising
and property is harder for
Bahamians to own. The promise
of prosperity simply does not
translate into the reality of pros-
perity for most Bahamians, so
they feel bad.
The government and others
boast that the “Urban Renewal”
programme is the most meaning-
ful undertaking by any govern-
ment. Yet, the large middle-class
in The Bahamas who make it pos-
sible to.fund such programmes for

the underprivileged feel like it is .

losing its privilege and might slip
into urbania. The middle class in
The Bahamas feels under siege
by crime, illegal and legal immi-
gration, an under performing pub-
lic education system and a deteri-
orating physical environment.

The government says that there
are now anchor Hi en in every
Family Island, yet Grand
Bahama’s economy seems on the
brink of collapse, Eleuthera strug-
gles for survival, Cat Island longs
for genuine relief and Long Island
feels threatened by economic
decline.

The government has paid atten-
tion to the plight of some 1,600
prisoners living in inhumane con-
ditions. This it ought to do. Yet,
the plight of the thousands of vic-
tims traumatised by criminals has
been lift untouched.

As Jesus once said: “You ought
to have done the one and not to
have left the other undone.”

The problem with the govern-
ment today is that its efforts are
not touching the masses of people
in ways that they appreciate.
Instead, the negative things that
plague the masses continue
unabated.

Crime, violence, D average,
congested streets in New Provi-
dence, joblessness, stagnant per-
sonal fortunes etc persist. Despite
these clear concerns of the mass-
es, the administration goes on its
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the tale they tell and the realities
our people are living. When a gov-
ernment’s efforts are touching the
masses, it does not need to do too
much talking and its apologists do
not need to be on the defensive.

At present both things are true
about this administration and it
only speaks to the fact that while
they believe things are good,
Bahamians, far too many Bahami-
ans, still really feel very bad.

This is why so many Bahamians
seem to have made up their minds
about what they will do in the
upcoming election. This is why
PLP apologists are working so
hard to convince our society that
what it is seeing, hearing and feel-
ing is not real.

And this is why the government
is using the nation’s public broad-
cast station shamelessly to push
its propaganda, no matter how fic-
titious it is. This is what happens

-when your éfforts cannot produce

genuine applauds from the mass-
es. It’s like magic: it’s entertaining,
but it ain’t real.

IMMIGRATION
ELECTIONEERING

Pesers one of the few
things that the govern-
ment is doing that might touch
masses of Bahamians is its iron-
fisted approach to immigration
these days. Bahamians find the
illegal immigration problem in this
country troubling and rightly so.

Indeed, the PLP has poll num-
bers that suggest that immigra-
tion is probably the number one
issue on the minds of Bahamians
aaa This might explain why it

as decided to take an almost
Machiavellian approach to dealing
with the matter.

The PLP feels that it now has
the luxury of treating Haitians any
way it wants, even cruelly, and
Bahamians will not only let them
get away with it, they will applaud
them for it.

They might be right but while
Bahamians may appreciate the
effort to some degree, they also
seem to be recognising that this
late surge on the issue is more an
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Meanwhile, as with unskilful
reapers, the wheat and the tare
are being rooted up together, as
legitimate immigration issues are
being abused by this fanatical
approach to dealing with the ille-
gal issue.

No-one should expect that
some innocent people will not be
harmed as one seeks to aggres-
sively capture the guilty but it is
also true that no-one wants any
baby to be thrown out with the
bathwater, especially when a sen-
sible approach to solving a prob-
lem can avoid doing so.

THE GOVERNMENT
KNOWS BETTER

"Tes government knows
that it does not impress
the nation’s masses. They can feel
it.

Those of us who have been in
government know that there is a
real feeling one gets when one
walks among the people and sens-
es their disappointment over your
performance.

Yes, the people still smile and
act courteously but it’s not the
same as when they are happy
about what you are doing. One
can tell by the demeanour, pos-
tures and speeches of the govern-
ing politicians that they are feeling
enormous heat.

Perhaps the most tell-tale sign is
the frantic amount of activity tak-
ing place by the government and
the intense public relations given
to them.

They all speak to an adminis-
tration that is convinced that in
four years it has not done enough
to impress the masses to continue
to support it and therefore it has
to redouble its effort at the final
hour in an attempt to do so.

Whether this will work or not
is anyone’s guess but this much is
true, Bahamians today are differ-
ent than they were when such
things were done in the pre-1992
Bahamas.

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@ DIRECTOR’ assistant for Albany Golf and Beach Resort Gertie O’Brien ;

Tree lit in Adelaide Village

The first ever annual Christmas tree lighting included Christmas carols and words of inspi-
ceremony was held in Adelaide over the holiday ration followed by the official lighting of the
season and was overseen by Julita Ingraham, tree by Ms Merlene Smith — affectionately

chairman of the Adelaide Village Association. known as “Teacher” — a veteran educator of
The evening was opened by Kendrick Stubbs, 41 years. ;
treasurer of the association. In addition, a surprise jitney-load of gifts for the

The event, which was sponsored by the devel- children was presented by FNM candidate for _
opers of the nearby Albany House project, Adelaide, Charles Maynard.



@ ADELAIDE Village Association chairman @ FROM left are Julita Ingraham, Charles
Julita Ingraham. Maynard, Merlene Smith, Pastor Adderley,
Gertie O’Brien.

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sounds of Nita Ellis at the 39th annual Gerry’s Kids luncheon, held recently at the Wyndham Hotel
on Cable Beach ;

(TCL photo by Wendell Cleare)

GERRY’S Kids Charities The special guest speakers — ised an emotional “thank you” "-
hosted its 39th Christmas party — included the Minister of Social — surprise from the children to
for more than 400 children and = Services Melanie Griffin, who — the founder and president of '

their care takers. encouraged the children and — Gerry’s Kids Charities, Gerry
‘The event took place on adults at the party to find ways — Simons.

December 13 from noon to 4pm __ to give — “because giving is tru- Gerry thanked the volun-

at the Wyndham Nassau Resort __ ly receiving”. teers, Junior Achievers, staff

Ballroom. The Minister of Sports and — and supporters for all their con-

The party venue, food and — Housing Neville Wisdom organ- __ tributions.

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Prime Minister
to lead Business
Outlook line-up

PRIME Minister Perry Christie will
be the keynote speaker at the 16th
Bahamas Business Outlook Confer-
ence, which will be held on Tuesday,
January 9, at the Radisson Cable
Beach Resort.

The Prime Minister will speak on
the “opportunities, plans and antici-
pated outcomes” for business and the
Bahamian economy in 2007. He will be
joined by Dr Bernard Nottage, minis-
ter of health and national insurance,
who will speak on the proposed
National Health Insurance (NHI) plan.

Vincent vanderpool-Wallace, the
Caribbean Tourism Organisation’s
(CTO) secretary-general, will talk
about the strength of a united
Caribbean, while the issue of passport
requirements for American visitors to
The Bahamas will be discusseds by
Vernice Walkine, his successor as
director-general of the Ministry of
Tourism. She will also tackle the
expectations and predictions for
tourism in 2007.

Three Chamber of Commerce pres-
idents from New Providence, Grand

Bahama and Abaco - Tanya Wright, PRIME Minister

Christopher Lowe and Reg Smith - i eee )
will share their ideas of, and plans for, =e B iN rites
the Bahamian business community’s ea ottage.
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pation and facilitation in the coming
year.

First-time speaker, Allen Ten Broek,
president and chief executive of The
Mariner Group Inc. (Old Bahama
Bay) from Fort Myers, Florida, will
give a speech about linkages and the
relevance of linkage maximisation to
social and economic growth in the
Bahamas.

Janyne Hodder, the president of the
College of the Bahamas, will describe
the transition of the college from the
institution most Bahamians have
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Controls costs of all food and beverage outlets by overseeing all purchasing
of food beverage, supplies and equipment; estimating product and personnel
levels; utilizing labour scheduling tool to adjust salary and hourly schedules _
following demand patterns and occupancy levels, budget and local labour
laws; maintaining effective inventory and shortage controls; traking expenses
including payroll, supplies, maintenance and generating monthly inventory
and cost of sales reports as well as other reports requested by management and
works with the General Manager to develop an annual food and beverage plan
and budget.

Ensure a pleasant dining experience in all outlets by collaborating with the
Executive Chef in the creation of menus and menu pricing.

Maximize food and beverage sales by identifying and targeting sales
opportunities through marketing including promotions and special events.
Maintain customer satisfaction and employee productivity by handling
customer inquiries, concerns or comments and providing solutions; acquiring
feed back from customers and co-workers in order to ensure satisfaction
and/or implement service improvement ideas; developing new concepts

to ensure customer satisfaction and repeat business.

We offer an excellent benefits package and competitive compensation. For full
consideration, all interested applicants should forward a copy of their resume to
the attention of Director of Human Resources at jobs@cablebeachre

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Minimum wage increases pinch small businesses in several states

By JOYCE M
ROSENBERG
_ AP Business Writer

NEW YORK (AP) — The
new year brought an instant
jump in labour costs for thou-
sands of small business owners

the only owners affected by the
increases — even those paying
above the minimum say they’re
under pressure to raise their
employees’ pay.

The increases in some states
were fairly steep — in Arizona,
for example, the minimum

in states across the country
whose minimum wages went up
as of January 1. But they’re not

COMMONWEALTH 2006/CLE/GEN/00694

OF THE BAHAMAS
IN THE SUPREME COURT
BETWEEN —
JOHN FARRADAY
AND
JOHN MITTENS
JUDGMENT CREDITORS
AND
JAN WARD

JUDGMENT DEBTOR

ORDER FOR EXAMINATION OF JUDGMENT DEBTOR

WHEREAS the Judgment Creditors entered a
Judgment against the above-named Judgment Debtor
in this Honorable Court on the 3rd day of August
2006 for the sum of $175,000.00 together with interest
thereon from the 11th April to the date of Judgment.

AND WHEREAS by reason of circumstances
stated in the Affidavit of Luther H. McDonald filed
on behalf of the Judgment Creditors, the Judgment
Creditors now claim the sum of $175,000.00 with
interest thereon. Judgment remains unsatisfied.

AND UPON READING the Affidavit of Luther
H. McDonald Filed herein on the 20th day of October
A.D. 2006 YOU JAN WARD THE JUDGMENT
DEBTOR ARE HEREBY ORDERED to attend before
the Registrar of the Supreme Court on Wednesday the
31st day of January A.D., 2007 at 11:00 o’clock in
the forenoon and orally examined as to any and what
debts are owning to you and whether you have any
and if so what property or other méans of satisfying the
said Judgment and to produce at such time and place
any books or documents in your property or means.

AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the
cost of this application and of the examination
thereunder be in the discretion of the = said

AND TAKE NOTICE that unless you obey the

directions contained in this Order you will be guilty of

contempt of Court and will be liable to be committed to
prison.

DATED THE 12th day of December A.D., 2006
DEPUTY
REGISTRAR
THIS ORDER FOR EXAMINATION was made on
the application of ALEXIOU, KNOWLES & CO. of

Chambers, St. Andrew’s Court, Frederick Street Steps,
Nassau, Bahamas, Attorneys for the Judgment Creditors.



BIs

Pricing Information As Of:
3 2007

Previous Close Today's Close

Abaco Markets
Bahamas Property Fund
Bank of Bahamas
Benchmark
Bahamas Waste
Fidelity Bank .
Cable Bahamas
Colina Holdings
Commonwealth Bank
Consolidated Water BDRs
Doctor's Hospital
Famguard
Finco
FirstCaribbean
Focol
Freeport Concrete
ICD Utilities
J. S. Johnson
Premier Real Estat
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52wk-Hi 5S2wk-Low Symbol

12.25 Bahamas Supermarkets
10.00 Caribbean Crossings (Pref)

.00 ABDAB
14.00 Bahamas Supermarkets
0.35 RND Holdings
ie

Fund Name
Colina Money Market Fund
Fidelity Bahamas G & | Fund
Colina MS! Preferred Fund
Colina Bond Fund
Prime Income Fund
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BISX ALL SHARE INDEX - 19 Dec 02 = 1,000.00

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

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

Previous Close - Previous day's weighted price for daily volume
Today's Close - Current day's weighted price for daily volume
Change - Change In closing price from day to day

Daily Vol. - Number of total shares traded today

DIV § - Dividends per share paid in t..e last 12 months

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

MARKET TERMS

wage is now $6.75 an hour, up
from $5.15, which is the current
federal minimum. In New

York, the minimum is now
$7.15, up from $6.75. Smaller
increases have gone into effect
in other states, and some states
still plan increases later this
year.

Moreover, some cities have
also raised their minimums
even where there’s been no
statewide increase. And
employers might be seeing an
increase at the federal level this

-year — the Democrats who

now control Congress have said

they’re making a priority of |

raising the nation’s minimum
wage.

Many small businesses pay
well above the minimum, but
retailers and fast-food restau-
rants who in particular depend
on young, entry-level workers
often pay the minimum, and so
they stand to be hit hard by the
change. Yet companies whose
workers are paid above the
minimum are also being affect-
ed, and businesses who hope to
hire minimum wage earners in
the future are also having to
factor in higher labor costs.

In Michigan, the minimum

will be rising 20 cents to $7.15

an hour from $6.95 on July 1,
and it’s also scheduled to rise
another 25 cents to $7.40 a year
after that. Tim Shepherd, own-
er of TWC Surf and Sport in

Keego Harbor, Mich., said the
increase means some of his
store’s workers, who tend to
range from 16 to 22 years old,
will have to work fewer hours.

“Our budget stays the same,”
Shepherd said. “It’s definitely
going to pinch us a bit — we
may have less people working.”

Shepherd said the employees
who will be affected perform
what are known as back-room
jobs, rather than those who
work directly with customers.
“We're never going to be able
to pull those guys off the floor,”
he said of his sales staff.

Part of the problem that
Shepherd and other retailers in
the state face is uncertainty due
to job cuts and buyouts in the
auto industry — it’s difficult to
pass higher labor costs on to
customers. “We’re on a roller-
coaster ride now in Michigan
with the economy so bad,” he
said.

Joe Fontana, who owns a
Detroit-based corrugated pack-
aging company, said, “I don’t
think it affects us immediately,
but there’s be some trickling
effect in the future.”

Fontana, CEO of Michigan
Box Co., said most of his
employees are already earning
above the minimum, but with
the state-mandated wage ris-

ing, “now they expect more.”
He’s also concerned that the
increase might affect future
expansion plans — for exam-
ple, if he needs a new assembly
line, the kind of work that
Fontana would pay the mini-
mum wage for. “That’s going
to affect our product costs. ...
You have to ask yourself, ‘Can
you still do this, or do you need
to farm it out to Mexico now?’”
Fontana said he relies on
temporary agencies for some

workers, and those costs are -

likely to go up too.

Joe Schodowski already
expects to be hurt by Michi-
gan’s increase. His Auburn
Hills-based online company,
Shelving.com, is opening its first
traditional store.

The higher wage “is really

going to put pressure on me,”
he said. “I’m going to have to
raise my sales expectations to
cover the overhead.”

Like Fontana, he’s expecting
his current employees to ask
for a raise too. When workers
see other employees getting
more, “somebody that’s mak-
ing $10 an hour thinks, "I should
be making $12 an hour. .. . They
want to be made whole again.”

The employers don’t
begrudge workers the added
pay. As Schodowski put it,
“everyone needs to make a
wage.”

But he’s still concerned about
the health of his business in a
difficult local economy.

“It’s going to be tougher and
tougher for manufacturers to
compete,” he said.

Legal Notice

Notice

MARINE ADVENTURE CO. INC.

Pursuant to the Provisions of Section 138 (8) of the
International Business Companies Act 2000 notice

Legal Notice

NOTICE

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
(No.45 of 2000)

PROFIT WIN LIMITED
In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 137 (4)
of the International Business Companies Act No. 45 of 2000,
PROFIT WIN LIMITED has been disolved and struck off
the Register according to the Certificate of Dissolution issued
by the Registrar General on the 27th day of December, 2006.

FIDES TRUST LIMITED
80 Broad Street
Monrovia, Liberia
Liquidator

Legal Notice

: NOTICE

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
(No.45 of 2000)

CAREX INTERNATIONAL LTD.
In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 137 (4)
of the International Business Companies Act No. 45 of 2000,
CAREX INTERNATIONALLTD. has been disolved and struck
off the Register according to the Certificate of Dissolution issued

by the Registrar General on the 27th day of December, 2006.

EPSILON MANAGEMENT LTD.
2 Commercial Centre Square
Alofi, Niue
Liquidator

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Change

Last Price
14.00

YIELD - last 12 month dividends divided by closing price
Bid $ - Buying price of Colina and Fidelity

Ask $ - Selling price of Colina and fidelity

Last Price - Last traded over-the-counter price

Weekly Vol.
EPS $ - A company's reported earnings per share for the last 12 mths
NAV - Net Asset Value
N/M - Not Meaningful
FINDEX< - The Fidelity Bahamas Stock Index. January 1, 1994 = 100

\

- Trading volume of the prior week

Weekly Vol. EPS

NAV KEY
*- 22 December 2006
* - 30 November 2006
*** . 30 November 2006
- 30 November 2006

30 November 2006
PIESEE'M Se
SS

is hereby given that the above-named Company has

been dissolved and struck off the Register pursuant to
a Certificate of Dissolution issued by the Registrar
General on the 14th day of December, 2006. .

Lynden Maycock
Liquidator
of
MARINE ADVENTURE CO. INC.



Legal Notice

Notice

LEADING EDGE TECHNOLOGY
SERVICES LIMITED

Pursuant to the Provisions of Section 138 (8) of the
International Business Companies Act 2000 notice
is hereby given that the above-named Company has
been dissolved and struck off the Register pursuant
to a Certificate of Dissolution issued by the Registrar
General on the 15th day of December, 2006.

Lynden Maycock
Liquidator
of
LEADING EDGE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES LIMITED

Legal Notice

NOTICE.

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
(No.45 of 2000)

SELBOURNE ASSOCIATES LIMITED
In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 137 (4)
of the International Business Companies Act No. 45 of 2000,
SELBOURNE ASSOCIATES LIMITED has been disolved
and struck off the Register according to the Certificate of
Dissolution issued by the Registrar General on the 27th day of
December, 2006.

MARK JAMES SHORTLAND
Vannin, Fairy Cottage
Laxey, Isle of Man
-IM4 7B
Liquidator

Legal Notice

NOTICE

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
(No.45 of 2000)

RHIANNON S.A.
In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 137 (4)
of the International Business Companies Act No. 45 of 2000,

RHIANNON S.A. has been dissolved and struck off the
Register according to the Certificate of Dissolution issued by the
Registrar Gencral on the 16th day of November, 2006.

JOHN GRIMSHAW
Nautilus House
La Cour des Casernes
St. Helier, Jersey
JE1 3NH
Liquidator





THE TRIBUNE BUSINESS | | THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2006, PAGE 5B
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
MUST SELL pres
: January 4th, 2007
fe) MISCELLANEOUS PROPERTIES FO

ELEUTHERA - LOT NO. 14B & 7B, PALMETTO POINT

«All that piece parcel or lot of land and improvement comprising of 20,355 sq. ft. being Lot #14B and 7B and situated in the Palmetto

w) Point District of the Island of Eleuthera, Northward of the public road which runs from the Palmetto Point settlement to Savannah
Sound in the coastal area northward of Ingraham’s Pond, and which said piece, parcel or Lot of land and improvements forms a
portion of several parcels of land containing 2.947 acres or thereabouts and which also includes Lot No. 7B. This site encompasses a
2-storey structure comprising 3-bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathorooms, front room, dining room, dining room, family room, utility room, pantry,
kitchen, stairwell, basement, 2-car garage and attic office. The entire house is equipped with central air-conditioning. The upper floor
to the porch area has been converted into a storage and an area for the irrigation system and equipment. There is a pool area at the,
rear of this building approximately 537.14 sq. ft. with the garage area approximately 777 sq. ft. This area is complete with all utilities
and services available. : se ce Sele









LOT NO. 1490 GOLDEN GATES SECTION 2 -

All that lot of land having an area of 6,000 sq. ft. being lot no. 1490 of the subdivision known’and designated as Golderi Gates, the
said subdivision situated in the southwestern district of New Providence, bahamas. This property is comprised of a 25 yer old single
family residence consisting of approximately 2,480 sq. ft. of enclosed living space with three’ bedrooms, three bathrooms, living,
| dining rooms and kitchen. The land is on a grade and level, however the site appears to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the posibility
| of flooding during annual heavy rainy periods of the year. The grounds are fairly kept, ith improvements including driveway, walkway
| and low shrubs. Yard is enclosed on one side wth a 5 foot chain linked fencing and a low cement block wall to the front.

Appraisal: $162,400.00

Traveling west on Carmichael Road turn left then right onto the service road opposite Bahamas Faith Ministries Complex, then first left
again after passing clico and pre-school. The subject house is the 6th house left painted green trimmed white.



‘

LOT NO. 1, BLOCK NO. 45,
SECTION E, ELEUTHERA ISLAND SHORES

All that piece parcel or lot of land having an area of 9,644 sq. ft. being lot #1 in block 45, Section “E” in the subdivision called and known as Eleuthera
Island Shores Subdivision, situated in the vicinity of Hatchet Bay Harbour, on the island of Eleuthera, one of the islands of the Commonwealth of The
Bahams. This site encompasses a two storey building-which is approximately 14 yrs old and is abandoned. There is a wooden landing approximately 7’-
4” wide by 20’-0” on the upper level, approximately 1,610 sq. ft. of enclosed living space, with 3-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms, front room, dining room,-den,
kitchen, and utility room. The wooden porch on the upper level is approximately 148sq. ft. There is also a water cistern under the dining room floor area.

All utilities and services available. .
Appraisal: $151,007.00





This property is situated in Eleuthera Island Shores.

MURPHY TOWN (ABACO)

All that lot of land and improvements having an area of 40,000 sq ft being portion of lot #120 of the original Murphy Town Corwn Allotments, Abaco, Bahamas. One of the
islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. This property is comprised a single storey concrete structure consisting of approximately 1,000 sq ft of enclosed living space,
with three bedrooms, one bathroom, living room, dining room and kitchen. The building appears to have recently undergone refurbishment. The property is enclosed with
chain-link fencing and partially lanscaped. :










Appraisal: $144,200.00

This property is situated off the front street, Murphy Town, Abaco.

DUNDAS TOWN (ABACO)

3 two bed, 1 bath triplex 9,000 sq. ft., lot no. 18b with an area for a small shop. Age 12 years the land is a portion of one of the Dundas Town Crown Allotment
parcels stretching from Forest Drive to Front Street, being just under a quarter acre in size and on the lowside. A concrete block structure, with asphalt shingle roof
and L-shape in design with a total length of 70x26 ft, plus 50 x 22 ft., 2,920 sq. ft., the interior walls are concrete blocks, ceiling is sheet rock and the floors of viny!

tiles.
Appraisal: $220,500.00

> MURPHY TOWN (ABACO) -

Lot #60 with a structure, lot size 60 x 115 ft., 6,900 sq. ft., 10 ft., above sea level but below road level and would flood in a severe hurricane the duplex has dimensions
of 60 ft by 30 ft partly of wood and partly of cement blocks with one section virtually finished and occupied with blocks up to window level and floor ready to be poured.
The roof is asphalt shingles, the interior walls and ceiling are of 1x6 pine and the floor of ceramic tiles. The finished work is average/below, 2 bedrooms, one bath,
living/dining. The occupied portion of the structure is not complete. Age:-10 years old. :

Appraisal: $60,540.00

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY MUST SELL
LOT NO. 46 GOLDEN GATES SECTION 2

All that lot of land having an area of 6,000 sq. ft. being lot 46 of the subdivision known and designated as Golden Gates 2, the said subdivision situated
in the Southwestern District of New Providence Bahamas. This property is comprised of a 20yr old single family residence consisting of approximately
1 1,854 sq. ft. of enclosed living space with 4-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms, living/dining rooms, and kitchen. The land is on a grade and level; however the .
site appears to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the possibility of flooding during annual heavy rainy periods of the year. The grounds are fairly kept,
with npr vemos including driveway, walkway and low shrubs. The yard is enclosed with chain linked fencing and cement block wall to the front with
wrought iron gate. : ae

_ Appraisal: $180,678.00

Traveling west on Carmichael Road turn left on Dominica Drive, corner just after St Gregory’s Church the subject house is the 8th house on the right
hand side painted light peach trimmed dark peach with large mango tree in front. : .

LOT NO. 6 BLOCK 13 WOODLAND WAY, WINTON HEIGHTS (NASSAU)

All that piece parcel or lot of land having an area of 14,897 sq. ft. being lot 6, block 13, in the Subdivision known as Winton Heights, this property is comprised of a 26
year old 11/2 storey single family resident consisting of approximately 2,567 sq. ft. of enclosed living space with 3 bed rooms, 2 baths, upstairs and downstairs
consisting of a foyer, guest bedroom and bath, laundry room, kitchen, powder room, sunken living area, tv room and dining area. Climate control is provided by wall air
conditioning units throughout the house quality of construction and maintenance is fair as a good amount of remedial work is needed on the roof and plumbing system.
The effective age of the building is seven years the property is rectangular in shape on flat terrain, and on a level grade slightly elevated above the road to disallow .
flooding during annual heavy rainy periods. The grounds improvements include a concrete wall with two double gates at the front with chain-link fencing otherwise,
open patios at the front and back, and a 20,000 gal rainwater cistern under the front patio overall, the grounds are. attractive and well kept.

Appraisal: $387,647.00

Traveling east on Prince Charles Drive go pass Winton Super Value, then second left to T Junction, turn right at T junction and the subject property is the third
house right painted yellow trimmed white. 5 es :

VACANT PROPERTIES )
LOT NO. 10B, PALMETTO POINT __

All that piece, parcel or lot of vacant land containing 9,000 sq. ft., and being Lot No. 10B situated North of Ingraham’s Pond and Eastwardly of North Palmetto Point, ‘on the island of Eleuthera, one of the islands of the Commonwealth
of the Bahamas, and is bounded and abutting as follows:- on the north by Lot No. 3B and running thereon for a distance of (90) ft; on the East by Lot No. 11B and running thereon for a distance of (100) ft; on the south by a 20’ wide
road reservation and running thereon (90) ft on the west by Lot Na. 9B running thereon for a distance of (100) Ft, the said Lot is overgrown with shrubs and is in.close proximity of a white sandy beach. This neighborhood is zoned
residential development and is quiet and peaceful with a topography of approximately 50ft and because of this there is no danger of flooding. The area is approximately 80% developed with all utilities and services available.

APPRAISAL: $72,000.00





MUTTON FISH POINT NORTH ELEUTHERA i :

All that piece, parcel or lot of vacant land containing 44,714 sq. ft., and designated “E” which forms a portion of land known as “Mutton Fish Point” situated about two miles northwestward of the settlement of Gregory Town on the
island of Eleuthera, one of the islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, and is bounded and abutting as follows:- Northwardly by the land now or formerly the property of Coridon Limited, and running thereon for a distance
of 393.13 hundredth ft.; outwardly by a 30’ wide road reservation and running thereon for a distance of 402.57 hundredth ft; eastwardly by the main Queen’s Highway and running thereon for a distance of 109.73 hundredth ft;
westwardly by land now or formerly the property of Caridon Limited and running thereon for a distance of 110.75 hundredth ft. this property having an area of approximately 44,714 sq. ft. this neighbourhood is zoned commercial/residential
development and is quiet, peaceful and has a topography of approximately 2 ft. with all utilities and services available.

APPRAISAL: $51,421.00 mee
MUTTON FISH POINT NORTH ELEUTHERA

All that piece, parcel or tract of land containing 1 acre situated about two miles northwestward of the settlement of Gregory Town on the island of Eleuthera, one of the islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, and is bounded
and abutting as follows:- Northwestwardly by the main Queens Highway and is running thereon for a distance of 125.462 feet northwestwardly by the land now of formerly the property of Coridon Limited, and running thereon for a:
distance of 390.274 hundredth ft.; southwestwardly by a 30’ wide road reservation and running thereon for a distance of 128.128 hundredth ft; southeastwardly by the land now or formerly the property of the Venor. and running
thereon for a distance of 322.955 hundredth ft. This property having an area of approximately 44,847.76 sq. ft. This neighbourhood is zoned commercial development and is quiet and peaceful with a topography of approximately 2

ft. with all utilities and services available. a
APPRAISAL: $51,421.00

This lot is vacant land and is located in the area known as “Mutton Fish Point”

MUTTON FISH POINT NORTH ELEUTHERA

All that piece, parcel or lot of. vacant land and improvements containing approximately 44,587 sq. ft. and designated “F” which forms a portion of land known as “Mutton Fish Point” situated about two miles northwestward of the

settlement of Gregory Town on the island of Eleuthera, one of the islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, and bounded and abutting as follows:- Northwardly by the land now or formerly the property of Coridon Limited,

and running thereon for a distance of 383.56 hundredth ft; southwardly by land now or formerly the property of Caridon Limited and running thereon for a.distance of 393-19 hundredth ft. eastwardl by the main Queen’s Highway

and running thereon for a distance of 113.40 hundredth ft. westwardly by land now or formerly the property of Coridon Limited and running thereon for a distance of 113.40 hundreath ft. this neighbourhood | is zoned commercial/residential
. development and is quiet, peaceful and has a topography of approximately 2 ft. with all utilities and services available. Me

APPRAISAL: $51,276.00



For conditions of sale and other information contact

Philip White @ 502-3077 email philip. white@scotiabank.com or Harry Collie @ 502-3034 * email harry.collie@scotiabank.com ¢ Fax 356-3851



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THE TRIBUNE

THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 7B



Canada arrivals increase Lee um For the stories behind the news,
read /nsighton Mondays

FROM page 1B

Canada was up by 9 per cent.

“We’ve raised our marketing
profile substantially [in Cana-
da] in the last 18 months. For
some reason unknown to
myself, we abandoned the
Canadian market for a few
years, but are now back in a big
way.”

To kick-start its Canadian
marketing, the Ministry of
Tourism branded street-cars in
Toronto with the Bahamas
brand, using them as moving
Billboards.

In addition, the Ministry had
worked with its Canadian part-

ners, Air Canada Vacations and -

Conquest Vacations, on brand-
ing the inside of the cars, pro-
viding contact and pricing infor-
mation for a Bahamian vaca-
tion.

Mr Thompson said the Min-
istry had hired Canadian firm
Punch Communications to pro-
vide a full-service media, adver-
tising, public relations and Inter-
net campaign to further the
Bahamas’ presence in the Cana-
dian market.

' “Without a doubt, the
Bahamas has to be a leader in

Ministry sets up Florida unit

FROM page 1B

that “pricing is going to be
something we have to look at”.

In targeting new markets, Mr
Thompson said the Bahamas
had to look at their ‘seasonali-
ty’, as Europeans and Latin
Americans travelled in greater
numbers during specific: times
of the year.

“How do we best maximise
these markets to ensure we
have full hotel rooms year-
round,” Mr Thompson asked.
The mid-week period was also
traditionally. weaker for
Bahamas hotels in terms of
occupancies and rates, he
added, something that also had
tobe addressed.

Internet technology, and e-com-
merce has to be kicked up a
notch,” Mr Thompson said.
“The Internet is going to be
key. You’re going to be a

‘dinosaur and disappear if you

don’t get on board with the new
technology.”

He added that products such
as Blackberrys and Ipods had
to be embraced by the Ministry
of Tourism as a means of get-
ting its message to potential vis-
itors.

Canada, along with Latin
America, China and Europe,
are markets being targeted by
the Ministry of Tourism to
diversify the industry’s customer
base away from its reliance on
the US.

Mr Thompson said the Min-
istry was currently developing
its Spanish and Portuguese-lan-
guage websites, with its French,
German, Italian and Mandarin
versions already up and run-
ning.

The Mandarin website was
receiving 7,000 hits per month,
Mr Thompson said, and the
Bahamas was now in a position
to start receiving group tourist
business from China.

This was due to the Chinese
National Tourism Authority
approving Bahamian tour oper-

Mr Thompson said the
Bahamas was targeting Brazil,
Argentina, Mexico, Chile and
Panama for visitors from Latin
America.

It was focusing on Panama
because this acted as a hub that
most of Latin America’s major
airlines flew to, and the Min-
istry had begun talks to Copa
Airlines about providing direct
service to the Bahamas.

Direct flights would eliminate
the inconvenience for Latin
Americans of travelling to the
Bahamas through the US. Many
were unable to combine US
trips with visits to the Bahamas
because they had only obtained
single US entry visas.

Mr Thompson said the Min-
istry had established contact
with Latin American tour oper-

ators in March 2006, and Chi-
nese travel agents, tour opera-
tors and media who had visited
the Bahamas last year had
already “sent business to the
Bahamas”.

Mr Thompson said the Min-
istry of Tourism had already
met with Chinese travel agents
in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong
Kong, and had contracted
Weber Shandwick, its public
relations firm, to start a mar-
keting campaign.

This had resulted in 300
advertising placements in media
and trade publications, but Mr
Thompson warned that “com-

petition for Chinese business

will also increase”.

Although only 1 per cent of

Chinese are currently allowed
to travel abroad, most being
government-sponsored groups,
this amounts to some 13 million
people. China, Mr Thompson
added, is expected to become
the largest supplier of outbound
tourists in the world over the
next 10-20 years.

Difficulties in issuing visas to
Chinese visitors also had to be
overcome, Mr Thompson said,
adding: “One of the things we
thought was the [Chinese] busi-
ness would come in combina-
tion With visits to the US, but

ators and travel agents, and was
working with the Ministry of
Transport and Aviation and
Ministry of Works to “flatten
out the arrival time” at the Lyn-
den Pindling International Air-
port.

what has come to light is that
Cuba is a destination they want
to combine with the Bahamas.”

The Ministry was now work-
ing on how to combine visits to
Cuba with the Bahamas.

On the European front, Mr
Thompson said the Ministry of
Tourism was working to pursue
European-based resort devel-
opers such as the RIU Paradise
Island, Club Med in San Sal-
vador, Viva Fortuna in Grand
Bahama, and the Italian-based
Coco di Mama in Eleuthera.

The arrival of such resorts in
the Bahamas had increased air-
lift from Europe, and con-
tributed to European airlines
making direct flights to the
Bahamas to service them.

“There has to be:a plan in
place when targeting these mar-
kets to ensure all angles and
bases are covered,” Mr Thomp-
son said.

“We need to diversify our
market and prepare our peo-
ple.

“We’re in international
tourism. We need to diversify
and adapt the tourism product
for the market we’re going
after. We need to diversify
sources of business the
Bahamas is drawing if the US
takes a hit.”



He acknowledged that the
airport did not have the capac-
ity to handle the number of pas-
sengers that arrived at peak
periods between 11am and 2pm,
and the ‘stacking’ of aircraft
needed to be addressed.

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OF NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/
naturalization as acitizen of The Bahamas, andthat anyperson

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 28th day of
December, 2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality
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Construction activity showed
further weakness as spending
on homes dropped for a record
eighth consecutive month.

The Commerce Department
reported Wednesday that
building activity edged down

_ 0.2 percent in November to a

seasonally adjusted annual rate
of $1.18 trillion. That followed
declines of 0.3 percent in Octo-
ber and 0.8 percent in Sep-
tember.

The weakness was led by a
1.6 percent plunge in home
construction, which followed
an even bigger 1.7 percent
drop in October. Analysts
believe home building will
remain weak for several more
months as builders struggle to
work down a huge backlog of
unsold homes.

The slump in housing has
been a big drag on the overall

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economy, trimming 1.2 per-

‘ centage points off growth in

‘the July-September quarter,

when the economy slowed to a
lackluster 2 percent growth
rate. The slump in October
and November indicates hous-
ing will remain a serious drag
in the final three months of the
year.

The housing decline pushed
spending on residential build-
ings down to a seasonally
adjusted annual rate of $589.3
million in November.

Housing has been in a slump
this year after a prolonged
boom that was fueled by the
lowest mortgage rates in more
than four decades. However,
that boom triggered increased
speculation, driving home
prices up sharply in many parts
of the country.

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projects showed strength last
month, rising a strong 1.5 per-
cent to an all-time high of
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gains for office buildings,
hotels and shopping centers.
The category that covers
hotels and resorts was up 71.4
percent in November com-
pared with November 2005,
while construction of office
buildings rose 30.9 percent
from a year ago and hospitals
and other health care facilities
saw a 19.8 percent jump in
activity from a year ago.
Analysts said these solid
gains in nonresidential activity
should continue in the new
year but would be offset by a
continued slump in housing
outside of apartment building.
“Energy and power-related
construction, hotels, hospitals
and rental housing will all per-
form well while single-family
and condo construction will
sink the totals,” said Ken
Simonson, chief economist for
the Associated General Con-
tractors of America.
Government building activ-
ity rose by 1 percent to an all-
time high of $278.4 billion at an
annual rate. That reflected a
1.1 percent rise in state and
local building projects which
hit a record of $258.7 billion.
This increase offset a 0.8 per-
cent fall in spending on feder-
al projects which dipped 0.8
percent to a rate of $19.7 bil-
lion.

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OF CLARIDGE ROAD, P.O. BOX N-356 NASSAU, ss

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 28th day of
December, 2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P.O.Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.

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AP Business Writer

NEW YORK (AP) —
Lawrence Jones knew he was
taking a chance on interest
rates when he agreed to an
adjustable-rate mortgage in
2002. ’

Jones, who works with a
heating and air conditioning
company and owns a three-
bedroom home in Monroe,

_ N.C., said that the first year,

there was no change in his
interest rate. But the rate went
up a percentage point in each
of the next two years.

The rate was going to notch
up another percentage point
last fall when Jones and his
wife, Delesia, decided it was
time to refinance and elimi:
nate the increases with a 30-
year, fixed-rate mortgage.

“I wanted to stay under 7
percent,” Jones said. “I’m a
person who likes certainty, and
I’m getting that my new mort-
gage.”

In recent months, thousands
of homeowners like the Jone-
ses have grown uncomfortable
with the rising rates on their
adjustable mortgages and have
been switching to the fixed-
rate variety, mortgage experts
say. The advantage is that they

lock in an interest rate — and a
monthly payment — so that
budgeting becomes more pre-
dictable.

They can thank the Federal

‘Reserve, which through most

of 2006 pushed up short-term
interest rates, boosting the
costs of adjustable-rate mort-
gages and other short-term
loans, while the rates on long-
term debt remained flat.

Jim Svinth, chief economist
at LendingTree, an online
mortgage marketplace based
in Charlotte, N.C., said he’s
been seeing a surge in refi-
nancing of ARMs for the past
six to eight weeks. He expects
the trend to continue well into
2007.

Reasons

Among the reasons people
are switching is that the differ-
ence in the rate on adjustable
mortgages and on fixed mort-
gages has narrowed, he said.
For example, the rate on a
mortgage that can adjust annu-
ally was 5.84 percent in recent
weeks, compared with about
6.22 percent on a fixed-rate
mortgage.

Many borrowers are opting
to pay a little more for the
fixed-rate mortgage ‘to avoid

the risk of a reset on an
adjustable mortgage in the
future, Svinth said.

“We’re seeing a lot of people ©

who are saying they’d rather
pay half a percent in rate and
have the security of a fixed
loan, particularly given that the
absolute level of rates is
down,” he said.

Overall, there’s less demand
for mortgages because rates
have been on the rise and
because home prices have
become so expensive that
many families have been
priced out of the market or are
waiting until prices start to
come down.

Still, Mike Fratantoni, senior
economist with the Mortgage
Bankers Association, an indus-

try group based in Washing- '

ton, D.C., said refinancings
have been strong.

About half of all mortgage
applications have been for refi-
nancing, and applications in
December were at the highest
level in 14 months, the associ-
ation’s survey found.

And more families are opt-
ing for fixed-rate mortgages,
Fratantoni said.

The group’s latest survey of
lenders of found that ARMs
had fallen to 20.4 percent of
mortgage applications in the

Tso mw

final week of 2006. That’s well:
below the all-time high of 36:
percent in March 2005 and the
lowest percentage since mid-
2003. ‘
Michael L. Moskowitz, pres~’
ident of the New York-based,
mortgage company Equity
Now, said each family needs,
to evaluate its current situa:
tion to determine if refinancing
makes sense. 4
“If you have an adjustable-}
rate mortgage and it’s moved,
up close to the fixed rate, go
for the fixed,” he said. :
But homeowners with a,
hybrid mortgage — say a fixed:
rate for five years, then an.
annual adjustment — that has’
several years to go before it,
begins resetting “might want
to stay with what you’ve got.”
Another factor to consider,
is how long you’re going to
stay in the house, Moskowitz
said. , 5
“If the family thinks they’re
going to move in three or four
years, why bother” to pay a _
‘premium for a fixed-rate loan:
Moskowitz also believes that
mortgage rates “which have
been pretty good ... could ga
down another quarter point
over the next year.” But hé
cautions: “Of course, nobody
really knows for sure.”








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informed discussion on issues
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Alden Meyer, the Union of
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teleconference that Exxon-
Mobil based its tactics on those
of tobacco companies, spread-
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senting peer-reviewed scien-
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facts.

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Federal Reserve fears

over US housing slump

@ By JEANNINE AVERSA
AP Economics Writer



' WASHINGTON (AP) —
Heightened concern about the
harsher-than-expected housing
slump was a key factor in the
Federal Reserve’s decision to
hold interest rates steady last
month.

“ Minutes of the Fed’s delibera-
tions show that policymakers

revealed increased concern over
the real estate bust — even as
they were reiterating that their
No. 1 aim was to make sure that
inflation, which has been calm-
ing down, continued to recede.
The Fed held interest rates
steady at the December session.
But it also left the door open to a
possible rate increase, if needed,
to thwart inflation. However, one
Fed member — who was not

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identified in the minutes of the
meeting — thought the central
bank should have held out the
possibility of a rate cut as well.

That member thought the
Fed’s statement issued last month
“should emphasize that policy
could be adjusted in either direc-
tion, depending on the evolution
of the outlook for inflation and
economic growth.”

In its Dec. 12 policy statement,
however, the Fed didn’t specu-
late about a rate cut. Rather, the
policymakers hewed closely to
previous language about the pos-
sibility of a rate increase, some-
thing most economists think is
not likely to happen.

At their last meeting of 2006,
Fed chairman Ben Bernanke and
all but one of his central bank
colleagues agreed to leave an
important interest rate
unchanged at 5.25 percent, their
fourth straight meeting without
changing the rate.

Many economists believe the
Fed will hold rates steady at its
next meeting, Jan. 30-31, and fur-
ther into the new year. The Fed’s
mext rate move, many analysts
and investors predict, will proba-
bly be a rate cut later in 2007.

At their December meeting,
Fed policymakers said economic
growth had slowed over the
course of 2006, partly reflecting a
“substantial cooling” of the hous-
ing market. That description
went beyond the Fed’s previous
assessment in late October and
suggested a sharper slump in
housing could be taking place.

The policymakers suggested

that the economy was in for slug-
gish growth owing to the hous-
ing slump, but they didn’t indi-
cate that the expansion was in
danger of fizzling. Nonetheless,
they said people needed to stay
alert for any signs that weakness
in the housing sector could seri-
ously infect the rest of the econ-

omy.
Judged

“Several members judged that
the subdued tone of some incom-
ing indicators meant that the
downside risks to economic
growth in the near term had
increased a little and become a
bit more broadly based than pre-
viously thought,” the Fed min-
utes said.

The minutes noted that growth
in business investment had
slowed and manufacturing had
cooled, in part reflecting the
struggling automotive industry.

Consumer spending — the
lifeblood of the economy —
seemed to be holding up fairly
well, yet there were risks that
could change. “Considerable
uncertainty regarding the ulti-
mate extent of the housing mar-
ket correction meant that
spillovers to consumption could
become more evident, especially
if house prices were to decline
significantly,” the minutes said.

Investment in building was
likely to fall in coming quarters as
builders sought to reduce their
backlogs of unsold homes, the
minutes said.

Meanwhile, Fed policymakers

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Since August, the Fed has held
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times — since June 2004 to fend
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PAGE 14B, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007 | TRIBUNE SPORTS _

Time to honour our





Kim Clijsters _
opens final —
season with —

in

victory in
quarterfinal —

outstanding athletes

STUBBS

many of the country's top

at the Queen Elizabeth Sports

2 TENNIS ; , ; : :
HONG KONG APPY New Year. It’s players during their early Centre, they will showcase
Associated Press 2007 and already the development. : their own Hall of Fame.
a One from that line is Ford's But it seems as if that will

DEFENDING champi-
on Kim Clijsters kicked off
her final season with a 6-
3, 6-2 win Wednesday over
Zheng Jie in the quarterfi-
nals of the Champions
Challenge, a warmup for
the Australian Open.

Clijsters will face
Switzerland’s Patty Schny-
der in the semifinals.
Schnyder, ranked No. 9 in
the world, upset Svetlana
Kuznetsova 1-6, 6-3, 7-6 (6)
in the other quarterfinal.

The fifth-ranked Clijsters

accolades are coming in for
our athletes.”

Veteran softball player Lin-
da Ford may have achieved
the biggest one during the fes-
tive season when she named
to the Queen’s Honours list.

She was made a member of
the Most Excellent Order for
her contribution to sports.

For more than three
decades, Ford has pitched her
way to one of the longest
careers of any of our sporting
personalities.

As a pitcher, she has won
numerous games and national

late brother, Wenty Ford. He
was one of five Bahamians
who played in the Major
League, but so far, he's not
had any recognition like the
late Andre Rodgers or Tony
Curry.

Surely it would be a good

idea if the Bahamas Govern-
ment could honour Wenty by
renaming Windsor Park in his
memory.

As we launch the new year,
this would be a good time as
well for the creation of a
national museum or. national
park that we can display

take longer than anticipated
because they haven't yet done
the ground breaking.

So before we continue to
lose more and more of our
heroes and heroines, let's see
if we can give them the recog-
nition that they rightly
deserve.

@ CONGRATULATIONS
to Christine Amertil-Ling,
Chris 'Bay' Brown, Sheniqua
Ferguson and Rudon Bastian,
who were named the BAAA's
Most outstanding athletes at
their annual awards banquet

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opening game and led 4-1. the Bahamas on just about images of our outstanding ath- on Saturday night.

Zheng, the reigning Wim- every national team that has letes. There have been so At the same time, let me “«
bledon women’s doubles traveled from the 1970s until many of them that it would congratulate Charmaine McN-

champion and Asian
Games gold medalist,

struggled with Clijsters But even as she gets pre- : 4 : ss

ares to turn 53 on Januar sciatic Track and field has formed ! bodybuilers and the list of -«

ee arcane iS, Ford is still looking rad <\ SSSSS"T 4 committee headed by for- _ in the Queen’s New Year’s_ boxers honored by Champi- {

Zheng broke back to pull ward to continuing to make mer BAAA president _ honours ; on Boxing Club. ot

to 4-3 before Clijsters held. her contribution to the sport, Alpheus ‘Hawk’ Finlayson to tional medals, or made a sig- Let's hope that more of the ‘

She then broke Zheng ona as a coach. outstanding Bahamian play- re-establish their Hall of nificant contribution to sports. sporting bodies will take the —:
Fame, which they hope to re- Yet there are stilla number __ time out to recognise and hon-

deep backhand return to

take the first set 6-3.
Zheng broke Clijsters in

the first game of the sec-

2003 when she made her final
trip.

She still has some desire to
get on the mound and pitch
as well, if needed.

Ford.has been one of those



OPINION

ers, who have made their

mark in just about every sport

that you can think about.
They also live right across

probably take a lot of time,
money and energy putting it
all together.

instate with their third induc-

. tion later this year.

The Bahamas Government



@ LINDA FORD was named

of the pioneers, who deserve
some type of recognition, but
they have not been included.

abb, Raymond Tucker and
Samantha Sweeting, who were
named the most outstanding

our their outstanding athletes
at the end of the year or the
end of their season, as did the

ond set, but Clijsters broke unsung heroines in Bahamian from Windsor Park, also _ has its Wall of Fame at the The Bahamas Olympic Women's Basketball Associa-

back in the fourth to even sports, and deserves every referred to as Dorcy Park, Lynden Pindling Internation- Association at one time had tion, which presented their

it at 2-2. The 23-year-old accolade she gets. which was used as the play- al Airport plastered with ath- indicated that as soon as they —_ awards at the beginning of the
ground or training site for letes who have won interna- construct their headquarters new season.

Belgian held her next ser-
vice game, then broke
Zheng after a marathon
game to go up 4-2. She lat-
er broke serve to win the
match, helped by two dou-
ble faults by Zheng.

Clijsters, who plans to
retire at the end of the sea-
son, said after the match
she was frustrated by her
injuries in the past few
years. The 2005 U.S. Open
champion was sidelined by
a left wrist injury late last
year. :

“T’ve been doing so
many exercises for the
wrist, for the knee, for the
hip, for the back, the whole
body almost. At one stage,
I was completely sick of it,”
she said.

She plans to be selective
in choosing tournaments
this year to ease the stress
on her body and focus on
better results.

“T need to pick and
choose just because of my
body. I want to play well
in the tournaments where I
want to do well,” Clijsters
said.

The 4th-ranked
Kuznetsova, the 2004 U.S.
Open champion, dominat- .
ed the first set. Schnyder
found her form in the sec-
ond to even the match.

Kuznetsova led 5-3 and
6-5 in the third but her
Swiss opponent fought
back, saving two match
points as she forced a
tiebreaker.

Schnyder won the
tiebreaker on two forehand
errors by the Russian, who
appeared fatigued and
struggled with her move-
ment.

On Thursday, second-
ranked Maria Sharapova
will face Yan Zi of China,
while Russian Elena
Dementieva meets Nicole
Vaidisova of the Czech
Republic.












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into Qatar Open quarterfinals

@ TENNIS
DOHA, Qatar
Associated Press

Rochus of Belgium, who beat Federico
Luzzi of Italy 6-1, 6-0. Davydenko led the
top four seeds into the quarterfinals. .



TOP-SEEDED Nikolay Davydenko
defeated Jonas Bjorkman 6-4, 6-3
Wednesday to reach the quarterfinals

of the Qatar Open.

The Russian will next face Olivier

Second-seeded Ivan Ljubicic of Croa-
tia defeated Younes El Ayanoui of
Morocco 6-3, 6-4, third-seeded Marcos
Baghdatis of Cyprus beat Ruben
Ramirez Hidalgo of Spain 6-2, 6-0 and
fourth-seeded Andy Murray of Britain

6-1, 6-3.

ousted Christophe Rochus of Belgium

Ljubicic plays fifth-seeded Mikhail
Youzhny of Russia, who defeated Gael
Monfils of France 6-4, 6-2. Murray takes
on Max Mirnyi of Belarus, who beat
Swiss Marco Chiudinelli 6-3, 6-3.

Baghdatis will play Robin Soderling,
who rallied past Spaniard Guillermo

Garcia-Lopez 4-6, 6-0, 6-3.

Baghdatis, the surprise Australian

said.

‘Open finalist last year, was pleased with
his performance.
“I am moving and serving better,” he

“It is good to play well in the first
week of the season. It shows that I am
ready for the Australian Open.”

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Sweeting’s Colonial
%) Mortuary And Crematorium

84 Blue Hill Road ¢ P.O. Box N-8161 ¢ Tel: 325-7867
e Fax: 325-7867

MR. MARVIN
ARNOLD
ROLLE, 37

| Bimini will be held on

| Saturday 6th January, 2007

| at Mt. Zion Baptist Church,

Bailey Town at 11:00 a.m.

Officiating will be Rev. Dr.

Stanley Pinder assisted by

| Rev. Dr. Carlos Russell and

| Rev. Dr. Clyde Flowers.

x Interment will follow in the
Public Cemetery, Bimini.

He is survived by his parents, Merrie and Audley Rolle;
seven brothers, Dion, Christopher, Ezra, Brian, Jeffrey,
Jamal and Denro Rolle; two sisters, Inetta and Jodie Rolle;
six nieces, Drea, Malika, Mariah, Elisha, Terra and Janel;
nine nephews, Travis Brown, Rick and Miles Lockhart,
Zion, Krishon, Cortez, Brian Jr., Jarad and E.J. Rolle Jr.;
ten aunts, Seney Russell, Ethel, Melvine, Pam and Elrenis
Miller, Evelyn, Estell, Francis, Florie and Patsy Rolle;
seven uncles, Neville, Ben, Evan, James and Freddie Rolle,
Duke Miller and George Griffin; god-parents, Hestermae
and Charlie Weech; cousins, Keppie, Bridgette, Denise,
Tricey, Dencil, Ednal, Dalton Jr., Calvin, Melrose, Anita,
Cindy, Karen, Diane, Eltimae, Barbara, Ruthleen, Donell,
Cherise, Preston, Romado, Henry, Fred, Ray, Zennie, Lydia,

-| Baretta, "D", J.J., Kazetta, Patrice, Valerie, Patricia, Hilda,

Lorenzo, Harrison, Virgil, Maria, Yvonne and Terrence
Rolle, Rev. Stanley Pinder, Maury, Jandilee, Leanna,
Antionette, Rostum, Cassius and Alton Douglas, Clara
Griffin, Allie, Keith, Holly, Shakera, T'coya, Vanna,
Vincent, Kelly, Benjamin Rolle, Joanie Miller, Drexil,
Jasco, T.J. and Lucis Rolle, Zendal Roberts Jr. and the
entire staff of the Public Clinic at Bimini and a host of
other relatives and friends.

The body will repose at the Chapel of the Saints Sweeting's
Colonial Mortuary and Crematorium, #84 Blue Hill Rd.
from 11.00am on Friday until 2.00pm and at the church in
Bimini trom 5:00pm on Friday until service time on
Saturday.

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DORAMAE
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EVANS, 46

of Windsor Place and formerly

of Dumfries, Cat Island will
be held on Saturday at 10 a.m.
at Faith United Missionary
Baptist Church, Faith Way, off
Baillou Hill Road. Officiating
will be Rev. Dr. William
Thompson, assisted by

Reverends Harrison Thompson, G. Craig Ellis, Cleomi

McKinney and Dwayne Pearce and Minister Keith Baker.
Interment will follow in the Southern Cemetery, Cowpen
and Spikenard Roads.

She is survived by her husband, Leslie; two daughters,
Latoya and Jennifer; two stepsons, Keith and Kevin; one
step-daughter, Louise; two grandchildren, Tyler and
Troy; two step grandchildren, Wenzel and Sidney; mother,
Ella Sweeting; seven sisters, Fredericka, Portiamae,
Eloise, Christina, Roslyn, Ada and Cecelia; five sisters--
in-law, Elizabeth, Louise, Carnetta, Sybil and Miriam;
two brothers-in-law, Livingstone and Freeman; one aunt,
Marguerite Williams of Freeport; one uncle, Ulrick
Ambrister of Freeport; numerous nieces and nephews,
and a host of other relatives and friends including, the
C. W. Sawyer Primary School family, Rev. Dr. William
Thompson and the family of Faith United Missionary
Baptist Church and The Windsor Place family.

Friends may pay their last respects at East Sunrise
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Saturday.

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TRIBUNE SPORTS

a SOUTH AFRICA'S batsman Graeme Smith, left, leaves the ball us India's wicketkeeper Dit
Karthik, right, attentpts fielding off the ball onthe second day of the 3rd‘and final Test inatch ag
India at Newlands.stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, Wednesday, Jan:'3.

Smith and Amla
South Africa to 1

@ CRICKET
CAPE TOWN, South Africa
Associaied Press

SOUTH AFRICAN captain
Graeme Smith and Hashim Amla
shared an unbroken 130-run part-
nership to steer the Proteas to
144 for one wicket Wednesday
on day two of.the third and final
test against India.

India was dismissed for 414
before tea at the Newlands Sta-
dium, which left South Africa 270
runs behind India with the series
tied at 1-1. :

Smith hit 11 fours and a six in
111 balls for,76. On 32, he
reached 4,000 test runs. Smith
became more confident as his
innings progressed in a series in
which he'd previously totaled just
78 runs.

Amla had six boundaries for
50 off 125 balls. |

A.B. de Villiers was the only
South African batsman out. He
got.an inside edge to a ball from
Sree Sreesanth and was caught
by wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik
for 1. Sreesanth had 1-36 off 11
overs.

"There's a lot of cricket still to
be played in this match," Shaun
Pollock said. "The quicker we do
things, the more time we have to
win the test. We want to get as
big a lead as possible if we could
get a lead of 100 or 150, we could
really exert some pressure on
India. He said getting the last five
wickets quickly had been the
turning point for South Africa."

Earlier, Sachin Tendulkar was
out for 64 in the morning session
to a sharply turning ball from
left-arm spinner Paul Harris that
took an outside edge to give
Jacques Kallis a simple catch at
slip.

The other batsman to go
before lunch was V.V.S. Laxman,
who was bowled by Dale Steyn
for 13.

Sourav Ganguly was subject-
ed to a lot of short-pitched bowI-
ing and was hit on the helmet by
Steyn on the third ball he faced.
He still hit some of his trademark

slashes through the covers for
four, hitting nine boundaries and
a six off 75 balls.

India looked in a powerful
position at 350-5 at lunch, but
Pollock and Harris combined to

take the final five wickets.

Virender Sehwag, who had
dropped from opener to No. 7,
hit six fours and a six before he
was caught at deep backward
square-leg by Makhaya Ntini for
40 off 50 balls from the bowling
of Harris.

Anil Kumble was out leg-
before-wicket for a duck by Pol-
lock, his 50th wicket against
India. Harris then had Zaheer
Khan (1) stumped by Mark
Boucher.

Pollock had Sreesanth (3)
caught by Herschelle Gibbs and
Ganguly (66), fooled by a slower

delivery,

caught by

Hashim Amla at mid- t
off to wrap up India's
innings.

South Africa's best bowlers
were Pollock, Steyn and Harris.
Pollock finished with 4-75, Steyn
had 2-58 off 27 overs and Harris
4-129 off 37.

"Paul Harris played very well
and he got some big scalps," Pol-
lock said. "And then getting a
partnership and a base to launch
from means we are pretty com-
fortable at the moment, but we
are not getting ahead of our-
selves.

"We think the best batting will
be on the third day tomorrow,
and then we can use the wear
and tear on the pitch to try to get
them out."

@ INDIA'S batsman Sachin -

Tendulkar, left, plays a reverse
sweep as South Africa's wicket-
keeper Mark Boucher, right,
looks on during the second day of
the 3rd and final Test match
against South Africa at Newlands
stadium in Cape Town, South
Africa, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2007.
(AP Photo/

Themba Hadebe)

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Bahamas to help fight against
performance enhancing drugs

i By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter

THE Bahamas will help
step up the fight against the
use of performance-enhanc-

ing drugs when the United _

Nations Educational Scientif-
ic and Cultural Organisation
(UNESCO) implements the
International Convention
Against Doping in Sports
(ICADS).

More than 30 countries
have signed onto the ICADS,
which will use governments as
well as sporting organisations

UNESCO agreement will be
launched on February 1st



ing drugs.

The programme, which will
be officially launched on Feb-
ruary 1st, will require regular
doping tests and common
penalties if athletes test posi-
tive.

The programme will follow



as the World Anti-Doping
Agencies code (WADA),
adopted by all Olympic Sports
federations around the world,
and will cover amateur as well
as professional athletes.

The Bahamas,
became the first Caribbean

is hoping to use the ICADS
to educate athletes in all dis-
ciplines about the dangers of
using performance enhancing
drugs.

Also joining the Bahamas

signed onto the programme
on October 25th, 2005.

Other countries ratifying the
treaty were Mauritius,
Mozambique, Namibia, Niger,
Nigeria, Seychelles, South
Africa, Bolivia, Canada, Peru,
China, Denmark, Iceland,
Latvia, Lithuania, Monaco,
the Netherlands, Norway,
Romania, Spain, Sweden,
Ukraine, Britain, Australia,
Cook Islands, Nauru and New
Zealand.

According to Desmond



to tackle performance-enhanc-

some of the same guidelines

country to sign the agreement,

which and representing the Bannister, the former presi-
Caribbean are Jamaica and dent of the Bahamas Associa-
Barbados. The Bahamas _ tion of Athletic Association



Winning start to
for Knowles and Nestor

TENNIS
By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter



MARK KNOWLES and doubles
partner Daniel Nestor opened up the
new season on form.

The duo, who finished off last
year’s ATP Doubles race in the
fourth spot, enjoyed’a second round

win over Sebastien Grosjean and’

Gael Monfils, 6-3 and 6-0 yesterday.

The win advanced the team to the
quarterfinal rounds of the Qatar
Exxon Moblie Open, in which

Knowles and Nestor are the number
two seeds.

In the first set of yesterday’s match,
Knowles and Nestor’s service per-
centage was averaged out at 69 per
cent, with one double fault.

On the return end they went 8-for-
14 on first attempts and 6-for-10 on
second attempts.

The team improved their play in
the second set, not allowing their
opponents to score more than 30, to
eventually cruise to a shut-out victo-
ry.

The pair got things started in the

tournament on Tuesday at the Khal-
ifa International Tennis Complex
when they easily disposed of Julian
Knowles and Jurgen Melzer 6-4 and
6-4.

Now that they are in the quarterfi-
nals, Knowles and Nestor will square
off with the tournament’s number
three seeds Martin Damm and Lean-
der Paes, hoping to move into the

‘semifinals.

Damm and Paes got past wild cards
Christophe Rochus and Kristof
Viliegen 6-3 and 6-1.

The road to the championship title

could be easier for Knowles and
Nestor if they defeat Damm and
Paes, thanks to Philipp Kohlschreiber
and Robin Soderling.

Kohlschreiber and Soderling
advanced to the quarterfinals after
pulling off a major upset in the first
round on Tuesday.

In three sets they put away Jonas
Bjorkman and Max Mirnyi, the num-
ber one seeds, with scores of 6-1, 3-6
and 10-7.

Results from Knowles and Nestor’s
third game will be posted in Friday’s
edition of the Tribune.

(BAAA), the agreement is a

step in the right direction as
sport around the world con-
tinues to grow.

Bannister strongly believes

that the fight against doping

is very important and the
involvement that governments
have made shows their con-
cern for their athletes and how
serious an issue doping has
become.

He said: “The International
Convention Against Doping
in Sports came round about
three years ago and it is an
attempt to enlist the aid of
government to do something
about doping in sports. This
is a very good initiative and, if
implemented properly in the
countries signed on, it should
be very beneficial.

“What happened in the past
was federations were fighting
this task by themselves
and they were fighting in iso-
lation.

“For example, we had track
and field with their own rules,
soccer having their own rules
and all other disciplines having
their own rules; but you didn’t
have a concerted national
effort, governments being
involved.

“There is an attempt now
to get governments to appoint
bodies within their countries
to monitor the aspects of dop-
ing. This will comply with

international standards that’
will be across the board in the.
fight against doping, recognis-'
ing that this doping thing is.

very serious and dangerous’
for our athletes.”
There is no committee sole-

ly responsible for drug testing:
in the Bahamas, so all testing.
will be done through the
approval of the Bahamas.
Olympic Association (BOA).:

Bannister, who praised the’

government for such a speedy

response on signing the bill,.

said that the level of sports in
the Bahamas will excel as the
confidence level in local ath-
letes increases.

However, he believes that
all federations and sporting
organisations will have to put
forth a gallant effort to edu-
cate athletes, especially since
many of them. believe that
only track and field athletes
can be affected.

He added: “You know the
reality is we believe that this
positive testing only happens
in track and field since they
have to be tested'on a regular
basis. But the truth of the mat-
ter is that sporf has the most
rigorous testing.

“There are teams that go off
and travel that represent their
countries, but they don’t get
tested. But with this you can’t
tell when your going to be
tested but.you are aware that
it will happen.

“But I must applaud the
athletes and all the federations
for keeping their athletes
clean. As long as we continue
to do this our record will be
clean and we will be well
respected.”

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Clarke's





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244 Market Street ¢ P.O. Box EE-16634

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Tel: 322-2070 or 322-2072
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR




~ LIONEL KNOWLES
FOX, 60

of Laurel Street, Pinewood Gardens



Cemetery, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish his fond mermory are his devoted and loving wife, |
Victoria Fox; four grandchildren, Sidney Fox, Kischnell, Michael :
and Sophia Laing; two grandchildren, Colincia Laing and Kendera :
Farrington; one great grandchild, Colissa McKinney; eight sisters, | aS
Vernita Rahming, Patricia Hall, Theresa Thurston, Belinda Morley, : Ee
Barbara and Tammy Knowles, Susan and Dianne Fox; three :
brothers, James and Joseph Knowles, Richard Lionel "Boy" and :
Robert Fox; seven brothers-in-law, Stanford Ferguson of Miami, |
Fla; Henciel Johnson, Sidney, Theodore Morley. Leonard Rahming, :
Andrew Hall ad Hently Thurston; seven sisters-in-law, Thelma :
Ferguson, Eloise Ferguson of Miami Florida, Henrietta, Marilyn :
Johnson, Sheila and Melvern Bain and Louise Knowles; one :
Godchild, Felicia Armbrister; two aunts, Lillian Fox and Eva
Mortimer both of Sandy Point Abaco; one Uncle, Samuel Arthur; |
one grand aunt, Marina Knowles; two aunts in law, Dedrieana |
Arthur and Lizzieanna Ferguson of Forest Exuma; one uncle in |
law, Wellington Ferguson of Forest Exuma; numerous nieces and }
nephews including, Steven Forbes, Sr. Stanford Ferguson Jr.,
Shaniqua, Shavonne, Trevor and Troy Rahming, Mellissa Cash, :
Christine, Miracle, Bernard, Orlando, Stephans, Christon and :
Ryan Knowles, Gimel and Barak Morley, Richard Mortimer and :
Lamont Henfield, Numerous Grand Nieces and Nephews including, |
Kendiesha Major, Diamond Delancy, Terneisha and Tary Rahming, :
Lashante Knowles, Richardia, Richard and Antonio Mortimer; |
other relatives and friends including, Father Grist and family, :
Remelda Johnson and family, Clementina Butler and family, Gloria |
Bain and family, Rev. Winifred Bain and family, Charles Rolle :
and family, Amold Gilbert, Katherine Knowles, Beaula, Dorcas, |
Rev. Harry Collie and family, Berlin Pratt and family, Nurse |
Joanna Curry and family, Marcion Swaby and family, Livingston }
Rolle and family, The Charles Vincent Street family, Final Hour |
Ministries family, Management and staff of Texaco Mackey and :
Madira Street, South Western Church of Christ family, Holy Ghost :







_ and fire Church family, Prinipal and staff of Albury Sayles Primary |

School, Bushop Neil Ellis and the Church Family of Mt. Tabor

2 Full Gospel Church family and the neighbours and friends of |
: Laurel Street, Pinewood Gardens.

and formerly of Sandy Point; Abaco Viewing will be held at Clarke's Funeral #244 Market Street on .

will be held on Saturday, January |
6th, 2007 at 11:00 am at Mount :
Tabor Full Gospel Baptist Church, :
Pinewood Gardens. Officiating will :
be Pastor Delton Ellis assisted :
Pastor Reginald Cox. Interment will :
follow in Woodlawn Gardens |

Friday, January Sth from 12:00 noon to 6:00pm and on Saturday, |
January 6th from 10:00. am at the church until service time.

GLORIA CYNTHIA
PINDER, 74

of Bay Cedar Avenue will be held
on Sunday, January 7th, 2007 at 1:30
| pm at Centreville Seventh Day
Adventist Church, 5th Terrace
Centreville. Officiating will be |
4 Pastor Anson Albury assisted by
Elder Andrew Gilbert. Interment .

Gardens and Mausoleums, John F.
Kennedy Drive.

Left to cherish her precious memory are her only Son, Deacon
Barry Pinder; daughters-in-law, Theresa Pinder; four Grandchildren,
Barrise Barry Jr., Kristoff and Kyle Pinder; three sisters, Eloise |
Colebrooke, Rosemary Saunders and Ernestine Knowles; two
brothers-in-law, David and Ray Saunders; Nine nieces, Denice
Sands, Kay Saunders, Farah Isaacs, Nina Graham, Samantha
Crenshaw, Nicole Munroe, Dionne Stubbs, Vanessa Knowles and
Kim Kemp; six nephews, Vaughan, Charles and Troy Munroe,
Marcellas Saunders, Darin Knowles and Julian Thompson; six
Grand nieces; six grand nephews, A host of other relatives and
friends incuding, Ronald and-Ann Evans of New York, Millicent
Newell, The Rolle family, Maxine, Minns Gina Clarke, Marina
and Gina Franks, Geraldine Isaacs, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Dean, Rev.
Warren Anderson, Garvin Wallace, Ruby Ferguson, Gerald
Pennerman, Livingston Pinder, Charles and Lorraine Clarke,
Deidre Clarke-Maycock, Howard Glass, Mary Sweeting, Andrew
Adderley, Pastor Ivan and Joanne Butler and the Kemp Road
Pastor Leonard Johnson and the Centerville Seventh Day Adventist
Church family and the Bay Cedar Avenue family.

Viewing will be held at Clarke's Funeral #244 Market Street on
Friday, January 5th from 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm on Saturday,
January 6th from 10:00am to 4:00pm and on Sunday, January 7th
from 1200 noon at the church until service time.



will follow in Lakeview Memorial |





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=) Bethel Brothers Morticians

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

IRVIN NEWELL
KING, 90

p.m. at St. Agnes Anglican Church,

Baillou Hill Road. Officiating will be
| Bishop Gilbert A. Thomspon assisted by ;

Fr. Rodney Burrows, Fr. Bernard Been,

s Archdeacon I. Ranfurly Brown, Rev. Dr. |

James Moultrie, Fr. Don Haynes, Fr. |
Joseph |
Mycklewhyte. Interment will be made in St. Agnes Cemetery, Nassau |

Mario Conliffe and. Fr.

Street.

He is survived by his children and their spouses, Delores Saunders,

Jacqueline and Jonathan Mycklewhyte, Emily and Justice Emmanuel ,
Osadebay, Irvin Newell King Jr., Ingrid King, Eleanor Conliffe, Kerlin |
and Sherry King, Clement and Jennifer King, Vincent and Ursula King; |

grandchildren, Allyson, Timothy, Jacqueline and Andrew, Jeunesse,
Janelle, Advado, Nakessa, Takeisha, Dewitt Sr., Irvenette, Jermaine,
Damien, Darnell, Monette, Lynette, Dareth, Deleno, Meneria and Jason,

Randy Jr., Rev'd Fr. Mario, Barbara, Mancini, Tiffany, Ian, Kanja, Kerlin :
: AM and Love 97 FM radio stations.

Jeremy, Laurent adn.Vincent Jr.; great grandchildren, Randazzo, Ratasja, |

: On January 5, 2007, the body will repose at The Church of God of

Jr., Kendi, Kachiefe, Kyle, Keron, Kershnell, Yasmin, Simone, Sinclair,

Samantha, Demetrius, Irvin, Anya, Adrian, Kareem Jr., Alana, Nekatra,

Dewitt Jr., Ian, Ria, Brittany, Khadija, Farrah, Rhandya, Dareth Russell
: the church from 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, January 6, 2007 until service
Randia, Randazzo, Randazz and C.J.; sisters, Lean Moncur, Esther |
Beckles, Monette and Gracie King; brothers and sisters-in-law, Hartman
: Immediately following the service, a parade will travel south on East
Holland and Zelma Bowleg, Alice-Mae Ingraham; Sone Rev. Rex | Street to Wulff Road, East on Wulff Road to Soldier Road, on Soldier
Road culminating at Woodlawn Gardens where the body will be interred.

Jr., Hailey, Sarai, Demetri, Timothy Jr.; great grandchildren, Donovan,

Moncur, Reginald Austin, Donald and Eldica Wilson, Rowena Austin,

Seymour.

Many relatives and friends in Nassau, Cat Island, Grand Bahama and 2

United States including caregiver, Dorothy Brown; the following families,

King, Moncur, Beckles, Newbold, Austin, Wilson, Dames, Hepburns,
Outten, Bowleg, Weech, Seymour, Strachan, Johnson, Strapp, Josey, daughters-in-law, Thelma, Katherine, Eulease, Anita, Shelly, Eldora,
: Paulette, Renee and Bernadette; one son-in-law, Daryl Taylor;
: grandchiildren, Lynette Beneby-Maycock, Felix Jr., Angel, Delric, David

: Jr., Katherine II, Nathaniel III, Norrie, Neilsen, Nolan, ‘Bianca, Andrew,

Mycklewhite, Watson, Conliffe, Nottage, Marshalleck, Bain, Archer,

Pratt, LaFleur, Ferguson, Culpepper, Bethel, Gibson, Franks, Achara, |
Roberts, Tia, Deveaux, Seymour, Chipman, Brennen, Minnis, Ramsey, |
Burrows, Bailey, Chea and Ching; Rose, Ruth, Angela, Miriam and | Shea-Ashlee, Sherod, Shalah, Felton Jr., Felicia, Felicity, LaKeisha. .
Sylvia; Lifebuoy Street, East Street, Sunlight Cottage neighbours and |
and Victoria Taylor, Great grandchildren, Favian and Lyle Maycock;

friends, The Royal Bank of Canada Administrators and Staff members,

The Cat Island Association, St. Agnes Parish family, Bishop Gilbert
: Williamson, Yvonne Moss and Betty Cleare- “Kemp; numerous relatives,

Thompson, Archdeacon IJ. Ranfurly Brown, Fr. Rodney Burows and Fr.

Bernard Been; Credit Suisse Financial; Public Hospital Authority family, |
Ms. Coralie Adderley CH and The Princess Margaret Hospital family, |



Mount Moriah Baptist Church family, St. Matthew's Parish family, Swiss

| Financial Services (Bahamas) Limited and Grand Bahama Tiles.

_ Friends may pay their last respects at Bethgl Brothers Morticians, #44

' Nassau Street on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Sunday

of #17 Lifebuoy Street and formerly of | fom 10:00 a.m. to12:00 noon and at the church from1:00 p.m. until

Cat Island will be held on Sunday at 2:30 | coivice time.

BISHOP NATHANIEL

G. BENEBY SR.
March 16, 1925 - December 30, 2006

Bishop Nathaniel G. Beneby Sr., died on
December 30, 2006 at his residence,
Danottage Estates.

Funeral services will be held at the Church
of God of Prophecy, East Street Tabernacle
y on January 6, 2007. Officiating will be

Bishop Brice H. Thompson, Bishop

Elgarnet Rahming and Bishop Franklyn Ferguson, assisted by other

Ministers of the Gospel: The service will be carried live via ZNS 15:40

Prophecy, East Street Tabernacle from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and at

time.

Left to cherish his memory are his loving wife of 56 years, Victoria

Louise Beneby, 10 children, Felix, David, Nathaniel Jr., Philip. Shelton,

Felton, Norman, Stephen, Vincent and Andrea Beneby-Taylor; nine

Marvin, Shonte, Shavonne, Steevano, Shantelle, Vincenzo, Vinisa Beneby
one sister, Lilly Wilson; three adopted daughters, Althea, Moss-

extended family and friends.





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FREEPORT
141A East Coral Road, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas
P.O. Box F-42312 :
Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471
Pager: (242) 340-8043 e Fax: (242) 373-3005

FORRESTER “JOE BILLY”
HART, 76

BIGHT, CAT ISLAND WILL BE HELD ON



ROAD, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA.

BAHAMA.









Progressive Liberal Party.

FROM 11:30 A.M. UNTIL SERVICE TIME.

DEACONESS YVONNE
PEARLANE SWEETING, 60

SOUTH ANDROS, WILL BE HELD ON



oe :

FORBISHER DRIVE, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA.

Huel Williamson, Ronald Missick and Tyrone Sweeting; Grandchildren: Arianna & C.






Bethel, Dorothy McKinney, Vivienne Francis and Iva Ingraham; Uncles: George McKinney,

Rresteios Memoual Moluary

FUNERAL SERVICES he) a}

OF #253 GREEN TURTLE DRIVE , FREEPORT,
GRAND BAHAMA AND FORMERLY OF OLD

SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 2007 AT 1:00 P.M AT
| NEW CANAAN ZION BAPTIST CHURCH, BALAO :

OFFICIATING WILL BE PASTOR WASHINGTON }
WILLIAMS. INTERMENT WILL FOLLOW AT THE }
GRAND BAHAMA MEMORIAL PARK, ;
FORBISHER DRIVE, FREEPORT, GRAND :

Left to cherish his precious memories are his Wife of 54 years: Agatha Ivy Hanna Hart; :
Sons: Calvin, Forrester Jr., John, Eugene and Tony Hart; 1 Step-son: Franklin Rahming; :
1 Daughter: Briggittie Hart; 2 Step daughters: Beatrice Rahming and Toyka Reese; 3 :
Daughters-in-law: Stephanie, Colette and Tanya Hart; Son-in-law: Francis; 36 Grandchildren :
including: Blu Hart and Dequesa Grant; 3 Great Grand Children; 49 Step Grandchildren; :
1 Sister: Elva Hart; 1 Brother: Hubert Bowe; Favorite Niece: Evangelist Leslyn Bowe :
Adderley; Special Grand Niece: Deborah Edwards; Nephew including: Godfrey Bowe; :
1 Aunt: Roselee Delancy of U.S.A and a Host of Numerous Nieces, Nephews, Relatives :
& Friends including: Freeport Taxi, The Elks Lodge, Downtown Boys & Girls and The i

VIEWING WILL BE HELD IN THE “CELESTIAL SUITE” OF RESTVIEW MEMORIAL
MORTUARY AND CREMATORIUM LIMITED, 11-A EAST CORAL ROAD, FREEPORT,
GRAND BAHAMA ON FRIDAY FROM 10:00 A.M TO 6:00 P.M, AND AT THE CHURCH }





OF #7 OCEAN HILL BLVD, FREEPORT, GRAND
BAHAMA AND FORMERLY OF LONG BAY CAY,

SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 2007 AT 10:00 A.M AT
CALVARY TEMPLE ASSEMBLY OF GOD, CLIVE :
AVENUE, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA. ;
OFFICIATING WILL BE PASTOR ANTHONY :
GRANT AND PASTOR ANN GRANT; ASSISTED ;
BY: THE REV’D CANON HARRY BAIN AND ;
OTHER MINISTERS. INTERMENT WILL FOLLOW :
AT THE GRAND BAHAMA MEMORIAL PARK, :

She is survived by her Husband: Andrew Phillip Sweeting: Daughters: Tiffany Sweeting- | Neeeley; | Daughter-in-law: Heslyn Simmons; 4 Sons-in-law: John McIntosh, Christopher
Smith, Andrea Knowles-Tener and Nadia Lambert; Sons-in-law: Cletis Smith Sr., Rudolph i
Knowles-Tener and Gary Lambert; Mother-in-law: Ennith Sweeting; Sisters: Althea i
Higdon, Bloneva “Bunny” Johnson and Elvy Smith, Brothers: Harry & Wayne Rolle and :
Nolan & Adril Johnson; Sisters-in-law: Edwina Williamson, Elizabeth Sweeting, Judy ;
Rolle, Phillippa Higgins and Maxine Bowleg; Brothers-in-law: Leslie & Ervin Sweeting, :

Antonio Smith Jr., Andrew, Adam & Aidan Knowles-Tener; Nieces: Patrice & Shikara i
Johnson, Mavis Smith, Katina Martin, Benekshia Lightfoot, Alexia Adderley, Quezanne &
Shebria Rolle, Ann & Lottie Strachan; Nephews: Vaughn Strachan, Byron Johnson Sr.,
Byron Johnson Jr., Michael & Edward Sweeting, Alex Higdon, Alexiou Gibson, Tito & :
Julian Sweeting, Sean, Dominic, Neville, Jamal, Deangelo, Deanzo, Dario & Nikimo Rolle, i
Lowence, Christian & Vashawn Strachan and Dwayne Smith; Aunts: Lula Bain, Vera :
: AT THE CHURCH FROM 11:30 A.M. TO SERVICE TIME.

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NASSAU
Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pager: (242) 340-8043 ° Fax: (242) 340-8034



Sam Stubbs, Bishop William Johnson, Emest Ingraham and Ted Sweeting; Other Relatives
& Friends: Pastors Anthony & Anne Grant and the Agape House Family, Clarence Bain,
Hestine Hodge, Eutychus Rolle, Mayna Hepburn, Carnard Bethel, Demetra & Cyrus
Washington, Pat Franks, Ashley Smith Sr. & Family, Edwin & Una Elliott, Dr. & Mrs. Paul
Ward & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Larry Russell, Anita Doherty, Dwayne & Romy Saunders,
Ruthmae Smith, Naomi Grant, Marina Clarke, Charlie Hall, Lynn Clarke, Eulease Spencer
& Family, Garth Nixon & Family, Emerald Roberts, Maureen Smith, The McKinney, Rolle,
Bain, Stubbs, Frazer, Bethel & Johnson Families of Andros, The Saunders, Ingraham, Nixon,
Cartwright, Henderson, Symonette, Farquharson, Hanna & Lewis Families of Inagua, Dr.
Pam Mills, Frs. Keith Cartwright, Harry Bain and Bernard Been, The Grand Bahama Chorale,
Drs. Henry Wodnicki, Stuart Fink, Laurel King, Raleigh Butler, Marcus Bethel, Pamela -
Etuk, The Staff of Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Mario & Riza Salceda, Ed Carrasquillo, Batia
Sepia & Sons, Staff of Syntex Pharmaceuticals, Ruth Joseph, the Staff of The Rand Memorial
Hospital Lab, the Staff of the Grand Bahama Yacht Club and a Host of Other Family &
Friends





















VIEWING WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY AT AGAPE HOUSE, #10 OAK STREET,
FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA FROM 10:00 A.M TO 5:00 P.M, AND ON SATURDAY
AT THE CHURCH FROM 8:30 A.M. UNTIL SERVICE TIME.

PRINCESS LOUISE
JONES-DEAN, 68

OF #107 EAST SUNRISE HIGHWAY, FREEPORT,
GRAND BAHAMA AND FORMERLY OF TURKS
& CAICOS ISLANDS WILL BE HELD ON SUNDAY,
| JANUARY 7, 2007 AT 1:00 P.M. AT SEVENTH-DAY
ADVENTIST CHURCH, EIGHT MILE ROCK,
GRAND BAHAMA. OFFICIATING WILL BE
PASTOR RICARDO V. BAIN; ASSISTED BY: ELDER
PAUL THOMPSON AND ELDER PETER WATSON.
| INTERMENT WILL FOLLOW AT THE GRAND
BAHAMA MEMORIAL PARK, FROBISHER DRIVE,
FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA. *






















Left to cherish her fond memories are her Husband: Minister Timothy Dean; 4 Daughters:
Carolyn Fox, Lovely McIntosh, Sheryl Cooper and Ida Simms;-One Adopted Daughter:
Uris Smith; 3 Step Daughters: Lydia Dames of Miami, Florida, Susan Gardiner and Ola
Dean; 4 Sons: Stanley Taylor Sr., Joseph Simmons Sr., Larry and John Jones; 9 Step sons:
Terrence, Dudley, Clarence, Charles, Albert Jr. and Derek Jones, William, Timothy and
Stephen Dean; 2 Sisters: Joyce Hall and Felecia Vincent; 25 Grandchildren: Natasha
McDonald, Shautanica Cooper, Sarsha Fox, Monique Sherman, Rochelle Pennerman, Andrea
Valdez, Audriana & Stanika Taylor, Ashley Simmons and Kia Simms, Kirk Russell Sr.,
Baretta Bootle Sr., Kenrick Taylor, Mark Jones, William Jr and Devaron Cooper, Robert
& Fabian Fox, Stanley Jr., Stautino, Steffon & Shaquille Taylor, Ashton & Joseph Simmons
Jr. and Christopher Simms Jr.; 8 Great Grandchildren: Kirk Jr., Kashief & Mario Russell
Jr., Jermaine Pratt Jr., Baretta Bootle Jr., Dillon Ingraham Jr., Keith Taylor and Davincia

Simms Sr., Robert Fox Sr. and Billy Cooper; 1 Brother-in-law: Minister Emmanuel Dean
of Turk’s Island; Numerous Nieces, Nephews, Step Grandchildren, Stepsons and
Daughters-in-law and Other Relatives & Friends including: Joyce Pinder of Nassau,
Nell Smith & Family of Turk’s Island, Daphne Henry & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Rigby
& Family, Erma Musgrove & Family, Eural Forbes & Family, Elane Williams & Family,
Majorie & Sipriana Stubbs & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Keith Wood & Family of Canada, Mr.
& Mrs. Perry of NY, Norma Smith & Family, Beatrice Clarke & Family, Dillon Ingraham
& Family, Jessie Bastian & Family, Jeano Russell, All of the Delancy Family and Pastor’s
and Members of Seventh-Day Adventist Churches.

VIEWING WILL BE HELD IN THE “SERENITY SUITE” OF RESTVIEW MEMORIAL
MORTUARY AND CREMATORIUM LIMITED, 11-A EAST CORAL ROAD, FREEPORT,
GRAND BAHAMA ON SATURDAY FROM 10:00 A.M TO 6:00 P.M AND ON SUNDAY





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FREEPORT
11A East Coral Road, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas
P.O. Box F-42312
Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471
Pager: (242) 340-8043 ¢ Fax: (242) 373-3005

EDITH LOUISE
MULLINGS, 79

FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA.

Left to cherish her memories are her 4 Sons: Keith and Kermit Mullings,
Clyde and Thomas Daxon; 4 Daughters: Menvella Pratt, Catherine Tinker, :
Lynda Mullings and Judy Brown; 2 Sisters: Ivy Miller and Kathleen :

Lenoix; 1 Brother: James Selver; 4 Daughters-in-law: Janith and Valerie :
Mullings, Brenda and Joycelyn Daxon; 2 Sons-in-law: Sydrian Pratt and : CREMATION WILL FOLLOW.

Leroy Brown; 1 Brother-in-law: Hiram Antonio; 1 Sister-in-law: Sissy :

Selver; 33 Grandchildren: Shereen, Dion and Thelma Pratt, Dorell and ; 4 Grand her: Cl ua Bat He; ved by his Fathert T
Euckle Delancey, Crissy, Sean and Claudine Pratt, Denise and Shawn : 20¢ brane mother: Clementing Bani Ee 1s SUEVIV ER Dy DS ater: ony
Abrahamson, Damian, Keith, Kilian and Trika Mullings, Keerhan, Kimberly, | Williams; Step-mother: Caroline Williams; 1 Sister: Ashley Bain;
Ken and Eulease Mullings, Erica, Antoine, Clyde, Crystal and Blanton Earn eee eee _ ante ee non
Kemp, Elizabeth, Casey, Moses, Valentino, Demetrius, Deven, Michelle, : Sn P eee Sone Ses EKG rant 0 fhe, es vile:
Zenobia and Ellis Hutchinson, Shaneka, Krivoy, Boman, Kalim, Ashanti, § ~@W" * arker, snande Jo ps cQueen CE NES SAU Ae eeu es
Roshelle, Thomas, Edwourral and Edmund; 55 Great-Grand Children: : Ce e aes Mies MeQucen, Derek
D: : ‘ ‘ 1; i Grant, Robe illiams, Derek Smith, and Robe illiams; 11 Gran

Ricardo, Simeon, Dianna, Tianna, Travis, Dion, Semowdla, Terell, Shawn, ; aunts: Roselyn Rolle, Fredricka Gardiner, Eloise Roberts, Cathy Owens

: and Virgina Curry of Abaco, Lerlaine Davis, Dower Dolly Bullard, Asanette

Kayanna, Chanelle, Ken James, Aarron, Kennedi, Chaino, Carlos, Coby, Morgan, Udean McQueen, Tame Bostwick, Roslyn Allen of Florida; 5

Angel, Kristen, Keora, Nia, Eurika, Johnay, Teliah, Johnett, Ricardo, : : : Soe as
Rashanique, Zinique, Zoe, Georgina, Sari, Zaria Elizabeth, Tamia, Elemenia Gardiner, and Talbot Sweeting of Florida; Cousins: Leighronne and Lasarah
and Ediesha; 1 Great-great Grand daughter: Angelique Adderley; Pinder, Erica Darville, Eric Darville Jr., Romeka Smith, Destiny Smith,
Numerous Nieces, Nephews, Relatives & Friends including: Lloyd & | Desmon Green, Artheya Johnson, Marvin, Kenny and George McQueen
Garnell, Gilroy and Cleora Powell, Jennifred and Alfred Moss LaRoda, : Jr., Emmanuel Wallace, Crystal, Maureen & Cathy McQueen, Katina,
Marilyn and Kirkland Russell, Grace and Benson Farquharson, Alicia ; Danielle, Kiarea, Kaje, Lavardo Bain, Tamas, Don, Craig, Tito Loren,

Stockdale, Dorothy and Glenn Clarke, Carmen and Austin Robinson, Ellen ;
and Roy Coalbrook, Joe Smith, Audrey Baker, Clarence and Emma Jean }

Selver, Judy, Oral, Gilbert, Prince and Orvie Selver, Marinetta Ferguson, : ; :
George Selver, Betty Smith-Forbes, Leon and Barry Smith, Lois Jones, : Desireen, See moe Elon and Cond Garde: Carolyn, Judith,
Annie, Carl and Audley Swann, Ruth Stanford, Pearl Bain, Annie Adams, | Jetmaine, Joel, Sandra Roberts, Harcourt, Andrew, Barbara, Elizabeth an

Ted, Josh,, Jennie, Ruby, Mae, William, Shirley Selver, Shirley Daxon, : a Host of Other Relatives and Fr iends including Shanna & Douglas
Carolee Dames, Barbara Pierre, William Nottage, Doyle Burrows, David : Martin, the staff at the Rand Memorial Hospital, Social Servics and Lady

and Agatha Thompson, Oraline Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Missick, The ;

Staff of Calvary Academy School, Bishop Godfrey and Lady Iris Williams VIEWING WILL BE HELD IN THE “IRENIC SUITE” OF RESTVIEW

Blair, Devenyar, Ashley, Christopher, Kevin, Nichelle, Antoinette, Darius,
Roger, Mark, Sessilly, Tevan, Sean, Hans, Hillary, Bria, Kevin, Kanakka,

| and the members of St. John’s Jubilee Cathedral.

__ FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

OF GRENFELL AVENUE & COLUMBS :
DRIVE, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA
; AND FORMERLY OF GRAND TURK, :
| TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS WILL BE :
HELD ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, :
f 2007 AT 11:00 A.M AT St. JOHN’S :
[| JUBILEE CATHEDRAL, SETTLER’S :
? WAY, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA. :

OFFICIATING WILL BE BISHOP }
GODFREY R. WILLIAMS. INTERMENT WILL FOLLOW AT THE :
GRAND BAHAMA MEMORIAL PARK, FROBISHER DRIVE, :





THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 7

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NASSAU .
Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box CB-12072

Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pager: (242) 340-8043 e Fax: (242) 340-8034



11-A EAST CORAL ROAD, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA ON

FRIDAY FROM 10:00 A.M TO 6:00 P.M, AND AT THE CHURCH ON
: SATURDAY FROM 12:30 P.M UNTIL SERVICE TIME.

VAUGHN EMILE
BAIN, 25

OF FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA
WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY,
JANUARY 6, 2007 AT 10:00 A.M AT THE
PRO- CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE
KING, EAST ATLANTIC DRIVE &
PIONEER’S WAY, FREEPORT, GRAND
BAHAMA. OFFICIATING WILL BE THE |
| REV’?D CANON HARRY BAIN-
j RECTOR; ASSISTED BY: THE REV’D
TELLISON GLOVER AND THE REV’D
CANON WINFIELD GOODRIDGE.

He was predeceased by his Mother: Lyndell Bain, Sister: Aslene Smith

Grand Uncles: George McQueen, Marcelle Rolle, Joel Roberts Sr., Gerald

Thomas, Kieshann, Gloria Rolle, Pearlene Dames, Stephanie Barr, Diane ©
Rolle, Alva Morgan, Muriel Rolle, Natasha, Miranda, Simeon and Lenwood
Bullard, Lintee Campbell, Brigette Green, Kendra Carey, Vickie Davis,

Henrietta St. George.

: MEMORIAL MORTUARY AND CREMATORIUM LIMITED, 11-A

VIEWING WILL BE HELD IN THE “PERPETUAL SUITE” OF | EAST CORAL ROAD, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA ON FRIDAY

RESTVIEW MEMORIAL MORTUARY & CREMATORIUM LIMITED, CHURCH FROM 8:30 A.M. TO SERVICE TIME.

FROM 10:00 A.M TO 6:00 P.M, AND ON SATURDAY AT THE



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on ~ { 2

Rurtiss Memorial Mortuary

Chapel, Ramsey, Exuma - Tel: 345-7020¢ Robinson Rd & 5th Street
Tel: 325-6621/322-4969 ¢ 24 Hour Paging Service 323-9761

Last Rites For







JERMAINE
PINDER, 29

of Windsor Place off Soldier
Road will be held on Saturday
| at 11:00 a.m. at Cooper's
| Terrace Cathedral, Church of
| God, Cooper's Terrace off
Kemp Road. Officiating will
be Rev. Dr. Bishop Robert
McPhee assisted by other
ministers. Interment will
follow in The Southern













































Cemetery.

He is survived by his adopted parents, Rev. Winslow and
Shirley Moss; two daughters, Tiffany and Jasmine Pinder;
one son, Jermaine Pinder Jr.; one brother, Arlington Pinder;
three adopted brothers, Derek, Basil and Hillary Moss; five
sisters, Pamela Munroe, Veronica Brooks, Sophia, Andrea
and Lakeisha Pinder; adopted sisters, Ledoris Boodle,
Geraldine Nabby, Anita, Francita, Kimberly, Idamae and
Elvira Moss and Joyce Cogswell; two grandaunts, Christina
Rollee Rolle and Floretta Gibson of Freeport, Grand
Bahama; eight aunts, Luella McKenzie of Rolleville, Exuma,
Harriet Pinder-Davis, Ivy Rolle, Myrtle Pinder, Dianna
Russell, Bertamae White, Sandra Clarke and Kathy Pinder;
four uncles, Bishop Hubert Pinder, James Rolle, Erskine
Rolle of Miami, Florida and Samuel Pinder; two nieces,
Kristin Saunders and Peteres Munroe; one adopted niece,
Ashley Saunders; three nephews, Jeremy Sands, Keron
Stuart and Marleo Major; two brothers-in-law, Peter Munroe
and Ronald Brooks; host of other relatives and friends
including Bertamae McKenzie, Shakeira Fox, Timothy
Rolle, Marvin and Sharnell Davis, Kevin and Edith Pinder,
Trevor Pinder, Theodore and Earnestine Hepburn, Glad,
Vencil, Alfred, Russ and Jeffery McKenzie, Marie Pinder,
Hubert Junior and Shornell Pinder, Eldakoda Coley, Tedo
Johnson, Little Learners Adademy, staff of Russell's
Departmment Store, Bishop Clevert and Mother Bain, Faith
Tabernacle Church family, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Conliffe
and the staff of Conliffe Bakery, Loretta Beckford, Ruth
Malcolm, Pastor Mark Knowles and The Holy Ghost Fire
Church family, Ricardo and Bernadette Johnson, Carell
Bullard and many others too numerous to mention.

The body will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary,
Robinson Road and Fifth Street on Friday from 11:00 a.m.
until 6:00 p.m. and at the church from 10:00 a.m. until
service time.



THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 9

ms poe dering wtlh

Emerald Ridge Mortuary tO, Ais

& Monument Company Ltd. @ DY. re
Mr. Wendell G. Dean H, Us. fained

Afinanagiog Fuser Cirector



“Honouring Those wae Oil,
SSS

au for fugse v2

Ms. Patricia Louise
Thompson-Cooper, 53

of Finlayson Street will be held on
Saturday, January 06, 2007 at 11am at
Living Waters Kingdom Ministries,
Warren Street off Farrington Road
Oakes Field. Pastor Stephen Munroe,
assisted by Pastors Nathan M. Rolle
and Kaiwan Gibson will officiate and
burial will be in Woodlawn Gardens
Cemetery, Soldier Road.

The Radiance of this “Garnet of A}

Gem” will always glow in the hearts

of her:

Seven Children: Elvis Jr., Shoniqu

Moss, Elvia, T'Shonia, Kelvin Cooper, Chal Beuchard and Tray Bien-Aime;

your Grae Children: Elisea, Elianna and Zoria Cooper and Duran
oss JI.;

Parents: Sidney and Elma Thompson;

Eight Brothers and Sisters: Anthony, Withfield, Bernard, Scott Sr.,

Judith, Joy, Cheryl and Kerry Thompson;

Uncles: Elvin Thompson and Harcourt Gibson;

Aunts: Vernell Storr, Closandra Gibson, Inez Carey and Ellen Thompson;



_ Nephews: Kalis, Scott Jr., Travanti, Delano and Justin Thompson, Oslee,

Semiko and Shavard Arnett, Kenton and Kendron Fines, Leonard
Papageorge Jr.;

Nieces: Monolisa Bullard, Antonia Young, Tamara, Tammy, Keturah,
Renee, Regina, Diamond, Cherish, Stacy, D’Andra, Tatum, Nysa, and
Trinity Thompson, Jasmine Green, Collene Clarke, Sanay Collie, Brittany,
Bianca and Jewel Arnett, Anastacia and Diana Papageorge;
Son-in-Law: Duran Moss Sr.;

Daughter-in-Law: Tommika Cooper;

Sisters-in-Law: Katherine, Beiphine and Maxine Thompson;
Other Relatives and Friends Including: Francoise and Jacqueline
Bourque, Gwendolyn Brice, Carolyn, Kennedy and Mark Storr, Stafford
Clarke, Dr. Anthony and Ellamae Davis, Anthony, Wesley and Smiley
Bastian, Deidre Laroda, Vanessa, James, Vaughn and. Jerry Gibson, Charles,
Gary, Elvin, Terrence, Lawrence, Shane and Sandra Carey, Johnny and
Patrona Crawford, Elvin, Vernon, Glenn, Larry, Thaddeus and Lenny
Thompson, Harold Calliope Longley, Glida, Neville, Margaret, Hariam,
Ty, Sharon, Gina and Patrice Thompson, Trevor Ximinies, Bruce Arnett,
Leonard Papageorge, Reverends Glenn and Hilda Sands and family, Gloria
Moss, Alton, Dave, Iva, Charles and Joyce Cooper, Leonard and Katherine
Bullard, Marcelin, Elise Mene, Donica, Mary, Maxon and Makenson Bien-
Aime, Davandra and Cynthia Hanna and Dorothy Wilson.

The body will be viewed in the “Emerald Suite” at Emerald Ridge
Mortuary & Monument Company Ltd. #20 Claridge Road, on Friday,
January 05, 2007 from ip.m. to 6p.m. and on Saturday, January 06, 2007
at Living Waters Kingdom Ministries, from 10a.m. until service time.

Visit our website: www.emeraldridgemortuary.com view video
tributes, sign guest book and send condolence, sympathy, love
and memories.



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ELDER EVERETTE
LUNSFORD
CARTWRIGHT, 72











Buckley’s, Long Island.
























Education.






Butler's Hureral Homes & Crematorinm

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

-~ FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS |

! and Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on Thursday from
: 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 12noon
: and in Long Island at the church from 5:00 p.m. until service
: time on Saturday.

of Cartwright’s, Long Island,willbe : A
held on Saturday, January 06°", 2007 : {|
at 10:00 a.m. at Cartwright’s Gospel :
Chapel, Cartwright’s, Long Island. :
Officiating will be Senior Pastor :
Emeritus Dr. Rex Major, Senior :
Pastor Tom Roberts and Elder. :
Doddridge Hunt. Interment will : }
follow in the Public Cemetery, : f

Left to cherish his memories are his Wife; Rosalind Cartwright; :
Three (3) Sons; Paulo, Mario and Gavin Cartwright; Two (2) :
Daughters; Bonnie Cartwright and Marie Anderson; Three (3) :
Daughters-in-law; Miriam, Claudia and Canan Cartwright; Two |
(2) Sons-in-law; Vincent Cartwright and Travis Anderson; Nine :
(9) Grandchildren; Roxanne, Andre Jr., April, Julian, Paige and :
Robin Cartwright, Xavier, Trevor and Cael Anderson; One (1) :
Great-grandchild; Deshawn Morris; One (1) Brother; Osceola |
Cartwright; One (1) Sister; Fredrica Cartwright; Five (5) Sisters-
in-law; Ermie, Eltie and Alma Cartwright, Dina Parotti and :
Sandra Haslem; Four (4) Brothers-in-law; Patrick, Ronald, Glen :
and Douglas Turnquest; Twenty-one (21) Nephews; Jerome, |
Lunsford, Billy, Johnnie, Nelson, Greg, Cameron, Edward and :
Mark Cartwright, John, Andre and Craig Parotti, Clint, Aaron, :
Brent, Thomas, Jonathan and Douglas Turnquest Jr., Matthew :
Haslem, Ellison and Raphael Pinder; Twenty-two (22) Nieces; :
Janet Cartwright, Violet Martinborough, Majorie and Gwen :
‘Cartwright, Jackie Moss, Brittney and Mary-Alice Cartwright, :
Kimberley Pinder, Kristi Knowles, Jennifer and Kimberley ;
Turnquest, Melanie and Autumn Haslem, Tina and Gloria Ritchie, :
Myrtis, Debbie and Joan Cartwright, Claudette Seymour, Betty :
Garcia and Barbara Algreen and a host of other relatives and :
friends including; Pastor Rex Major, Pastor Tom Roberts and :
the entire Community of Long Island and across the Length and :

Breath of the Bahamas and others too numerous to mention. Professors and Students of COB, the Hepburn and Burke families,



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ee ee!

OLANDO NEIL
LEWIS, 18

of Pine Forest Close off Prince
Charles Drive will be held on
Saturday, January 06°, 2007 at
= 11:00 a.m. at St. Matthew’s

| Anglican Church, East Shirley
“@ Street. Officiating will be Rev. Dr.
James Moultrie Assisted by Rev.
Fr. Don Haynes, Fr. Michael Kelly
and Archdeacon James Palacious.
Interment will follow in the Church’s

Cemetery.

Left to cherish his fond memories are his Parents; Wellington -
Sr. and Silma Lewis; Two (2) Brothers; Davos and Wellington
Jr.; One (1) Nephew; Shakwon Lewis; Eighteen (18) Aunts;
Brenda, Bernadette and Deborah Lewis, Norma, Yvette, Ernie,
Quinn, Greta and Deborah Wright, Helen and Jennymae Goodman,
Linda Major, Patrica Thompson, Daphne Barr, Roslyn Astwood,
Dorothy Roberts, Cecile Brown and Dezerene Schroeter; Thirteen
(13) Uncles; Edmond, Samuel, Roderick, James, Perry, Anthony,
Tony, Audley and Brian Lewis, Anthony Goodman, Ashford,
Curtis and Orville Wright; Three (3) Grandaunts; Joan and
Laurel Lewis and Orthlese Coleby; One (1) Granduncle; Alfred
Lewis; Numerous Cousins and a host of other relatives and
friends including; Tina, Clive and Brian Schroeter, Juamla
Gibson, Alma, Rudolph Sr., Rudolph Jr., Anette, Pat and Dave
Chambers, , Alvarez, Jalesa, Darryl, Myron, Evan, Elvis, Travis,
Swanko, Lavert, Stephen, Ahmad, Hodari, Aqunido, Raymond,
Christina, Sherniqua, Jamaal, Donnovan, Lashon, Shandera,
Vernita, Leroy, Theodore, Fredricka, the Pond family, Colours
Junkanoo Group, Aquinas College class of 2005, Premium Patties,

the Nottage family, the St. Matthew’s Anglican Church family,

In lieu of flowers the family request that donations be made to | Dr. B. Russell, Bay View Dental and the Altar Guild Servers.

the NGM Major High School PTA fund. C/O Royal Bank of :

Canada, Gray’s, Long. A t#06577 1000363 t rt Public : : :
eee aa osuppe ~ : and Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on Friday from 10:00

: a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until service
Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral Homes

Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral Homes

time at the church.





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Butler's Funeral Homes & Crematorium

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

FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT

MR. HERMAN
JOHNSON, 72

of Cox Street, Fox Hill
will be held gn Saturday, |
January 06", 2007 at :
11:00 a.m. at "Ebenezer
Methodist Church, Shirley
Street. Officiating will be
Pastor Sharon Loyley.
Interment will follow in
the Coke Memorial
Methodist Church Cemetery, Bernard Road, Fox Hill.










Herman is survived by his wife; Arementa Johnson;
Seven (7) Daughters; Helen and Racquel Johnson;
Alicia Brown, Kamer Major, Kendeia Moxey, Tami
Rolle and Vernita Wright; Five (5) Sons; Chester,
Sherman, Solomon and Charles Johnson and Jermaine
Ferguson; Thirty-one (31) Grandchildren; Six (6)
Great-grandchildren; Four (4) Sons-in-law,; Harold
Brown, Dwight Major, Jamon Moxey and Leslie
Rolle; Four (4) Daughters-in-law; Gail and Eulise
Johnson, Michelle Allen-Ferguson and Bridgette
Johnson; One (1) sister; Sheila Munnings; Three (3)
Sisters-in-law; Rosetta Rolle, Miriam Brennen and
Mary Jane Symonette; Two (2) Brothers-in-law;
Edward Johnson and Charles Symonette; One (1)
Niece; Rose Munnings; Two (2) nephews; Gordon
and George Riley and a host of other relatives and
friends including; Pastor Sharon Loyley and Members
of Coke Memorial Methodist Church Bernard Road,
Fox Hill, Pastor David S. Johnson and Members of |
Macandia Baptist Church Bernard Road Fox Hill, Mr.
George Mosko and Children and Mosko Construction
and N. P. Building Supplies, Oncology Department
PMH and a host of other relatives and friends too
numerous to mention.



Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers Funeral
Homes and Crematorium, Ermest and York Streets on
Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday
from 10:00 a.m. until service time at the church.

Rares EEE STA aL ls Es NET MOST A, Bax TR TI SIE BEM 25 AATEC RMR Th



THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 11

FUNERAL ice te) a

Norman Asquith
McKenzie, 76

| aresident of Sea Breeze Lane.
| and formerly of Mangrove cay
South Andros will be held on
| Saturday 6th January, 2007 at
Â¥ 10:00 am at Zion South Beach
Baptist church, Zion Blvd.
Y Officiating will be the Bishop
B. Wennith Davis and
Interment will follow in the Southern Cemetery Cowpen
and Spiknard Roads. Services has been entrusted to
GateWay Memorial Funeral Chapel, Mount Royal
Ave and Kenwood Street.
Cherish memory will forever linger in the hearts of |
his two (2) sons, Rev. Dr. Gregory Asquith and Rodney
Flowers; 3 daughters, Able Woman Marine Michelle
Asquith-Major of the R.B.D.F, Beryl Williams and
Velma Mullings; 2 sons-in -law, 1799 Sgt. Clarence
Major and Charles Gibson; 14 grandchildren, Carla,
Florence, Charles,Kathy, Devona, Kingsley, Jackson,
Tamaris, Kyle, Terez, La'Shan, Clarence Jr., Adeisha
and Shemar; 9 great-grandchildren, Carletta, Cortnee,
Jasmine, Drake, Keitra, Keith, Precious, Charles Ill;
1 daughter-in-law, Aris Flowers; 2 sisters-in-law,
Princess Cooper and Beatrice Stubbs; 2 brothers-in-
law, Fred Cooper and Rev. Dr. Wilfred Stubbs, a host
of other relatives and friends including, Rev Charles
Strachan, Ricardo Davis, Hubert Duncombe and family,
Jonathan Brennen and family, The Community of
Grants, Mangrove Cay Andros.

Friends may pay their last respect at the funeral home
on Friday from 10:00 am to 6:00 and at the Church
on Saturday from 9:00 am to service time.

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ere Perit eaels|

CRAIG ANTHONY
SMITH, 32

a resident of Peter Street East, will
be held on Saturday, January 6,
2007 at 1:00 p.m. at Christ Temple
Apostolic Ministries, Faith Avenue,
Nassau, Bahamas. Officiating will
be Pastor Dr. David L. Braynen Sr.,
assisted by other Ministers of the
Gospel. Interment will follow in
the Southern Cemetery.






































Precious memory will forever linger in the heart of his father,
Philip Smith; stepmother, Branda Smith; nine sisters, Denise
Rolle, Monique Bullard, Phillipa, Maylin, Cleo and Sheena
Smith, Nita and Nicher Anderson and Clarice Burrows: five
brothers, Jonny Bullard, Ricardo, Tino, Phillip and Ron Smith:

grandmother, Lurna Johnson; eight aunts, Edna Rivers of
Miami, Florida, Donna Sears, Elaine Lowe, Barbara Johnson:

12 uncles, Rev. Desmond Rivers of Miami, Florida, Deacon
Leonard Sears, Patrick Benson, Errol Vandykes, Don, Kenneth,
Nelson and Fredwell Smith, Elisha Forbes and Steven Pearce;
one brother-in-law, Alex Rolle; three grand-aunts, Roxie
Johnson, Erma Woodside and Naomi Smith: one grand-uncle,

Audley Jones; numerous nieces and nephews including, D.J:,

E.J., A.J., and a host of other relatives including Louie Miller,
Sharmine and Nicola Jones, Zenovia Tucker, Lashanda Austin,
Marranie Symonette, Terryann Rolle of Exuma, Latesha,

Carolyn, Marcia, James Rolle, P.C. 1408 Farrington, Stephen
McQueen, George, Keith and Ricardo Jones, Keith and Diana
Fernander, Jenny Richardson, Lillian Mortimer, Alexis Simms,
Daphanie Smith, Beverly Fernander, Pastor Dr. David L.

Braynen, Minister Doyle Roberts, officers and members of
Christ Temple Church, Bishop Walter Hanchel and Great
Commission Ministry, Rev. T.G Morrison, Rev. Archelous
Burrows, Fox Hill Congoes Junkanoo Group, Fox Hill
Community, Randolph Minnis and family.






Friends may pay their last respects at Riverside Funeral
Chapel, Market Street and Bimini Avenue on Friday from
f 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and at the church from 12:00 noon
7 until service time.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 15

Gearron
‘Tamar

Williams

pune 28th March ie

Gone but not forgotten - departed but still
entwined in the hearts that have been
broken. The loved ones you left behind we
will never know the answer why so brief a life
endured. So as we struggle to find closure we
must rely on our faith. Knowing that God takes
nothing but own. One day we will be united
happy and smiling around God’s Heavenly throne.
Sadly missed by family and friends. —

The Families of the late Gearron Tamar Williams wishes to thank

all of those persons who supported them in their time of sadness.

Your prayers, calls, cards, visits and other expressions of condo-
lences were really appreciated. Special thanks go out to

The Ebenezer Mission Baptist Church Family, Rev. Dr. Elkin
Symonctte, Rev. Ricardo R. Symonette, Dr. Carolyn Rolle and
Family, The Final Hour Ministries Family; The Voice of Deliver-
ance Family, Administrators, faculty; staff and student body at
The College of The Bahamas; faculty; staff and student body a at
The Saint Augustine’s College, Xavier's College class of

Saint Thomas More School, MIS Department and Th

~ Telecommunications Company Ltd Family, John

Family, Michellc Goodwin, Arlington Dorsette, Phillip ] oul |
Brenda Johnson, Craig Musgrove, Vernita Black, Cynthia Hol-
mes, Mr. Bradley and Mrs. Charmaine Young; Toni-Am Brad-
ley Jr. and Derrick Young; Minister Eloise Munnings Staff of
PMH , Dr. Sheena Antonio Collie, Staff of Doctor’s Hosp: al and





to all of Gearron’s friends and acquaintances to many to men-

tion around the world. Thanks for being there and sharing your
thoughts and prayers through our most difficult times. Last but
not least, the kind and Professional Services of Bethel Brothers

Mortuary. May God bless you all.





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Demeritte’s tt uneral Home —

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



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FUNERAL SERVICES FOR



DEACONESS PETRAL
CARGILL ROLLE, 78

a resident of Millers Height, Carmichael Road



St. John's Native Baptist Cathedral Cemetery.

Left to cherish her memory are her children, Angela Johnson, Josephine Kraus
of Germany, Margaret Simplice, Deborah Alexander of New York, Patrice :
Brown of Ft. Lauderdale, Agnes Farrington, Kayla Cooper and Valderine :

Altidor of Freeport Grand Bahama; grand children, Dwayne, Nelson, Micah,

Edwin and Jacinta Johnson, Sean Dean, Bruann Morris, Quetell Thomas and

Emmanuel Finnistion of Germany, Timothy Giutzmer, and Monalisa Rolle,

Jason Covington of New York, Shriqueca Cargill, Myles Laroda and Rhoda
Pinder, Ricardo Pinder Michael Williams, Lashann Kuryla and Demia Jones, :

Keva Ingraham, Keish Neymour, Kellie and Kevya Major, Romeo Davis,

Junior, Michael, Orman and Valdria Altidor. Denise, Mitchell and Crystal

Delva, Beverley Worrell, Chairs and Charion Campbell; great grand children,

Kevisha Rolle, Christopher, Julmice and Kirklyn Wilson, Winston Morris,
Tianna, Tristan, Tyler and Taylor Giutzmer, Kayshauna and Shauntae Dean, |
Alexandria Adderley, Dario Munroe, Terenique Dorsette, Ticarri Williams
and Antonia Johnson, Bruann Brayen, Neil Romeo Davis; grand-daughter-in-
law, Kayla Dean; sisters, Coreen Lockhart of New York and Myrtis Chipman }

of North Carolina; sisters-in-law, Mildred and Valderina Cargill; sons-in-law,
Yves Simp lice, Ron Pinder, Benjamin Brown and Maxwell Altidor; neices,

Linda Dean, Victoria Pearce, Marianna Kee, Inez Gibson, of Andros, Hattie

Solomon and Jennifer Higgs of Freeport, Yvonne Lockhart of South Carolina,

Delores Chipman of Olando, Georgia and Jennifer Chipman of Savanna |
Georgia John Dean of Andros, Hillary and Charles Lockhart of New York :
and Frederick Cargill; great grand aunt, Ophelia Hinsey of Nassau and Gaynell
Blatch of Hollywood, Florida Other Relatives and friends, Bishop Michael’ ;
and Min. Hilda Symonette, Rev. Hervis and Deaconess Beverly Bain, The
Jordanairs, Amanda Colebrook and family, Fredericka Butler and family, the :
family of St. John's Native Baptist Cathedral, Rev'd Richard and Mrs. Joy :
Hanna, Rev'd Leon Hinsey, Rev. Alonzo Hinsey, Rev'd Michael Hinsey and }
families, Rev. Charles Hinsey and family, Frank and Merill Hinsey and all }

the Hinsey family of Bimini, Leon And Cargill Hinsey of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.,

Cotez, Gail, Alvina and Alvin Miller of Opa Locka, Fla., Kirk and Dorothy }
Hinsey, Olga Hinsey, Lynn Mache, Carolyn Hanna, Maude Demeritte and }
families, Naomi Mcphee, Clarence Hinsey, Kenny Hinsey and family, Jacquelyn :
Dean, Bertram and Judy Armally and families, Pearline Blatch of Miami, |
Lillian Wright and family, Judy Taylor, Caroline Archer, Francis Whylly and :
family, Marilyn Turnquest and family, Evelyn Hinsey and family, Mildred ;

McKenzie And family of Love Hill, Andros, Bishop Laish Boyde and family,

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,

from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 2

a.m. until service time.

& formerly of Small Hope, Andros, will be held :
| at St. John's Native Baptist Cathedral, Meeting :
Street, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating ;
| will be Bishop Michael C. Symonette, Rev'd |
Dr. Carrington Pinder, Rev'd Dr. Alonzo Hinsey !
and Rev'd Dr. Hervis L. Bain, assisted by other :
Ministers of The Gospel. Interment follows in }





URIS RICHARD
DELANCY, 73

a resident of Garden Hills, will be held at Church
of God of Prophecy, Blue Hill Road, on Friday |
at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Sterling
Moss. Interment follows in Southern Cemetery,
Cowpen & Spikenard Road.

Left to cherish his memory are his wife, Minister
Gloria Delancy; sons, Richard Jr. and Captain
Borris Delancy; daughter, Rosalie Taylor;
daughters-in-law, Lazara and Karen Delancy;
grandchildren, Deno, Nyeshia, Natalia, Ladon, Avery, Richard Jr., Antonio
and Dylan Delancy; step grand children, Hudrea, Donald and Hellary Fernander;
brothers, Cecil, Stanley and Urel Delancy; sisters, Easter Outten and Corelia
Delaney; sisters-in-law, Teresita, Monicia, Betty, Mavis and Minister Coriene
Delancy; brothers-in-law, Jonney Missick and Enancas Outten, a host of other
relatives and friends including, Andria Fernander, Helen Missick and Merline
Seymour. ,

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,
from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. on Thursday and on Friday at the church from 10:00
a.m. until service time.

BRIAN EDGAR GORDON
ROBERTS, 31

a resident of Bimini Avenue, will be held at
First Baptist Church, Market Street, on Saturday
at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Earle
Francis, assisted by Rev. Diana Francis.
Interment follows in Old Trail Cemetery, Old
\ Trail Road.

| Left to cherish his memory are his wife, Faith
Roberts; daughter, Carliegh Roberts: mother,
Gloria Roberts; grandmother, Miriam Ramsey;
three sisters, Joana Coleby, Diana Wilson, Tara Gordon; two brothers, Cedric
Wilson Jr. and Santon Gordon; three aunts, Barbara Duncombe, Sonia Johnson,
Princess Davis; eight uncles, George, Sidney, Oswald, Ezra, Fred and Stanley
Garland, Richard Duncombe, Washington Johnson; two sisters-in-law, Annika
Wilson and Brookes of Orlando, Florida; one brother-in-law, Tovar Coleby;
seven nieces, Tramaine and Magin Blyden, Sybria and Shanay Wilson, Leah
Coleby, Natoya, Natia Roberts, Jasmine Rawins; four nephews, Omar Blyden,
David and Cedric Wilson III, Tynn Adderley, a host of other relatives and
friends including, Ashley, Lashon, Diann, Latoya, Sabrina, Samone, Magin,
Dorall, Samantha, Chystal, Lavonya, Claneice, Pebbles, Freddie, Sidney,
Jamal, Dexter, Rashad, Jackson, Jeffrey, Shawn, Giovani, Leon, Leviticus,

_Therdo, Jermaine, and Stanley; close friends, Carliegh Ingraham, Michael and
Pro Pinder and family, Thelma Deveaux and family, Fredericka Brown and
family, Gwendolyn Pratt and family, Shema B. Johnson and family. }

Richard of Fort Lauderdale Florida, Melvern Amette, the Duncombe family,
Adam and family, the Thompson family and the entire community of Bimini
and Hard Rock Alley.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,
from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Fiday and on Saturday at the church from 10:00

: a.m. until service time.

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DAIXYMAE DAXON, 68

a resident of Rocky Dale Road & formerly of
§ Cripple Hill, Crooked Island, will be held at St.
Gregory's Anglican Church, Carmichael Road, on
Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be The
Venerable Keith N. Cartwright, assisted by The
Rev'd Fr. Franklyn Colebrooke Sr. and The Rev'd
Fr. John Kabiga. Interment follows in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.
She is survived by four daughters, Rachel Daxon
§ Mackey, Viola McKinney, Letha Rolle, Ethel
~~ Missick; three sons, Henry, Clifford and David
Daxon; sons-in-law, Clifford Mackey, Solomon J ohnson, James Rolle, and Michael
Cartwright; daughters-in-law, Emmeletha, Maxine, Louise, Donna, Renee and
Rosemary Daxon; grandchildren, Conan, Latishe, Nadia and Brittany Mackey,
Jamiel Hamilton, Ashley, Colette, Carswell, Bradford, Danesha, Matthew, David
Jr. and Megan Daxon, Naomi Bonaby, Ruth Armette, Mary Daxon -Thompson,
Timothy, Lawrence, Herbert, Don, Robert, Phillip, Stephen, Dorcas and Kevin
Daxon, Errol and Arthur McKinney, Sharon McFall, Elizabeth Daxon Forbes,
Judy Cartwright, Sherry Sands, Sheila, Cedric, Paul, Jethro, Kermit, Berkley,
Lawrence and Larry Daxon, Barbara Ashby, Gloria Thompson, Paulette, Patricia,
Theresa, Felix III, and Philip Daxon, Sheldon Ferguson, Conrad Missick, Judy
Tucker, Stephanie Jones, Shaunda Strachan, Angela, Franklyn, Philip, Stephen,
Raymond, Derek and Don Johnson and Coralee Smith, Antionetta Johnson,
Samantha Farrington, Glenda, Sonia, Martin, Derek, Lambert, Douglas and Mario
Cartwright, Steve, Ormon, Cedric, Balton, Gregory, Mamalee, Sharon and Lisa
Daxon; sisters, Patricia, Janice and Juliana Smith, Vernice Walkine and Emily
Cornish; brothers, Charles, Craig and Michael Walkine; aunts, Olivia Clarke,
Vivian and Marina Moss; uncles, Edward Bain, Cleveland Walkine and Linkwood
Ferguson; nieces and nephews including, Deborah Watson, Kim Woodside,
Shauvaugn Smith, Shanice Taylor, Jamiko and Edward Smith, Jackie Woodside,
Kayla Hepburn, Clyde Frankie, Elvis, Chris and Andrew Williams, Renea and
Charles Walkine Jr.; numerous great-grand children, other relatives and friends
including, Sybil Peters, Deborah Bain, Gwendolyn Oliver, Wendal Johnson, Andil
Laroda, Samuel and Doris Moss, Dorothy Francis, Niki Ferguson, Brenda Rose,
Reginald Knowles, Krystal Gibson, Andreika Delancy and the eominntunity of
Crooked Island.



Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,
from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 10:00
a.m. until service time.

MR. ALONZO
EZRA BRIDGEWATER, 51

a resident of Ludlow Street, will be held at
Robinson-Morris Chapel AME Church, Ridgeland
Park West, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating
will be Pastor Howard Williamson, assisted by
other ministers. Interment follows in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.



Left to cherish his fond memory are, his loving
wife, Willamae Bridgewater; children, Lorraine,
Lynette and Laverne Bridgewater; grand-children, Rene’ Johnson, Andranique
Edgecombe, Alyssa and Anthony Curtis and Viya Parague; his father, Ezekiel
Bridgewater; his sister, Nurse Cathy B -idgewater-Greene; his brothers, James
Anthony, Peter, Llewelyn, Andre’ and Cxristopher PHOEewaket, sou iii “law,
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Jessica Clarke, Antonia Tucker, Lavonya Bridgewater, Larreka, Latoya and Lavana
Greene; nephews, James Anthony Jr., Payton, Lavardo and Llewelyn Bridgewater |
Jr.; numerous friends and relatives including, Patricia Strachan, Diane Dean-
Ferguson, Christian Tucker, Sean Clarke, Antoinette Beneby and family, Michael
Ford and family, Betty Sweeting and family, Annamae Flowers and family, Leonard
Knowles and family, Anthony Smith and family, Ted Hanna and family, Lucy
Penn, Vance McKenzie and family, Wendal Clarke, Steve Collie, Robert Gaitor,
Mrs. Constance Clarke and family, Mrs. Robyn Young and family and many more
too numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,
from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 10: 00
a.m. until service time.

MRS. MARYLEAN
FERGUSON, 87

a resident of West Dennis Court, Yellow Elder
Gardens, and formerly of The Forest, Exuma, will
be held at Salem Union Baptist Church, Taylor
Street, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will
~) be Rev. Dr. C.W. Saunders. Interment follows in
Lakeview Memorial Gardens, J.F. K. Drive.
" Left to cherish her legacy of love are her, four sons,
Cedric, Timothy, Benjamin and Chief Inspector

a Fredrick Ferguson (HMP); two daughters, Carlies
Sawyer and Bernadette Ferguson; three daughters-in-law, Edna, Helen and
Jenniemae Ferguson; one sister-in-law, Lillis Ferguson; forty grand children,
Elaine and Norman Lightfoot, Nurse Stephanie and Busta Evans, Dennis and
Nikitha Ferguson Forbes, Audrus and Tory Glinton, Denise and Barton Hanna,
Caron and Barry Brown, Sharinda and Wyberg Brown, Stacey and Quincy
Anderson, Carliese and Natius Majis, Shirley and Dennis Grant, Rickey and
Simona Sawyer, Keith and Gelera Ferguson, Kennen and Kelly Saunders, Hansel
and Joanne Ferguson, Frederick and Mickey Ferguson, Tina Moxey, Theresa,
Veronica, Erica, Sandra, Portia, Audrey and Florinda Ferguson, Bruno Gibson,
Inez Harris, Brendell, Steve, Floyd and Melvern Lloyd; great grand children,
Norlaine, Normica and Niyah Lightfoot, Keilera, Keijero and Keiasha Ferguson,
Throne, Tevary, Buster Jr., Stephon, Shakeem, Denton, Deroniqua, Shanderia,
Deangelo, Keron, Tia, Crystal, Kadeshia, Cristen, Brenden, Cameron, Alisha,
Floyd Jr., Tanae, Shanty, Deavionne, Devaughn, Laterio, Shavante, Natius Jr.,
Ken Jr., Olivia, Shasha, Kenton, Keianna and Torry; nine great great grand children,
one aunt, Mary Clarke; numerous relatives and friends including, descendants of
Thomas Clarke's family, Anthony Adderley and family, Almaida Bowe, Nita
Oliver, Theresa Smith, the Rahming family, the Thompson family, the Rolle
family, Shirley Davis, Claudette and family, Forster and Willard Clarke, Ethlee,
Erma, Carnette, Tency, Virginia, Agusta, George, Zurleen, Lizian, Rose, Miriam,
and Christopher Ferguson, Rufus, Arthur, Isreal, Libon and the entire Peter Bodie
family, Ellen Curry, Minerva and Clifford Rolle, Melissa Burrows, Maybell Rolle,
Sheila Adderley, Trevor and Dellerese Sweeting, Deornafay and Benjamin McPhee,
Winfred Richards, Akel Clarke and Magnola Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Novelle Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. John Pinder and family, Maxcine Lightbourne, Mr. Dwayne Davis
and family, Anita Davis, Eloise Rahming, Myrtle Rolle, Simon Rolle and family,
the Armbrister family, the Adderley family, Descendants of Emily and Richard
Wright, Descendants of Rostin Rolle, Descendants of Jerome(JB) Ferguson, Dr.
Kevin Bowe, Shantell Flowers, Simon Rolle and family, Reverend Charles Saunders
and the Salem Baptist Church family, the Palestine Baptist Church (Exuma) and
the Entire Forest Exuma Community.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,
from 10:00a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Fr iday and on Saturday at the church from 10: oe

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GERTRUDE M.
DAVIS, 69

a resident of #47 E Gladstone
Terrace, Freeport, Bahamas
and formerly of Old Bight, Cat
Island, will be held on
Saturday January 6, 2007 at
12:00 noon at Solid Rock
Church of the Nazarene, East Settler's Way. Officiating
will be Pastor Kirk Curry assisted by Pastor Hilton
Outten. Interment will follow in The Grand Bahama
Memorial Park. Frobisher Drive, Freeport.



Left to cherish her memory are one son, Derek Davis;
six daughters, Sandra Minor, Sybilene Cooper, Keva
Davis, Theresa Dawling, Tabitha and Raquel Davis,
two brothers, Leroy and Jonathan; 13 grandchildren,
William and Madena Francis, Shinika Russell, Charley
Holmes, Darnell Laing, Ahmad Knowles, Tana, Kenya
and Lydia Davis, Piedra Pinder, Taylor Dawling,
Aquell Davis and Ahmad Hall; two great grandchildren,
Kiara and Kenadee Russell, one grandson-in-law, Eric
Russell Jr.; two sons-in-law, Rueben Minor and Sisquo
Dawling and a host of other relatives and friends
including Mary Ann Williams, Willamene Hart, Thelma
Shakespare and Sands family, Rosalyn Collin, Rico
Smith, Rosey Reckley, Pastor and Sister Rolle and
family, the entire family at The Princess and Royal
Oasis Hotels.

Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Yager
Funeral Home and Crematorium on Friday, January

5, 2007 from 12:00 noon until 6:00 p.m: and on |



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ULEASE
GIBSON, 61

| of #19 Widgone Road, Arden
| Forest, Freeport and formerly
of Deep Creek, Eleuthera will
| be held on Saturday, January
6, 2007 at 9:00 a.m. at First
Baptist Church, Columbus
Drive, Fiespon Officiating will be Rev. Dr. George
L. Cumberbatch and interment will be made in The
Deep Creek Public Cemetery, Deep Creek, Eleuthera.



Left to cherish her memory are two children, Michael
and Monique Bellot, five grandchildren, Mischael,
Brekelle, Joann, Malinda and Pheonix Bellot, eight
brothers, Robert, Vincent, Richard, Clarence, Hansel,
Cedrick, Wilmore and Winston Gibson; five sisters,
Cedricka, Althea, Leotha, Miriam and Vernall, two
brothers-in-law, Tony Russell and Cecil Anderson;
six sisters-in-law, Florence, Miriam, PJ, Edith, Queenie
and Vernell Gibson and a host of other relatives and
friends including Alex Gibson, Vanria; the following
families, Gloverbell, Eris, Anderson, Pratt, Sweeting,
Sands, and Smith; Lherrison Bellot, Garnet Newbold,
The Rand Memorial Hospital staff, especially the

‘kitchen staff, 1.C.U. and medical staff

Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Yager
Funeral Home and Crematorium on Friday, January
12:00 noon until 6:00 p.m.

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Telephone: 328-4900

DAVIS, 79

of Peardale and formerly of
Clarence Town, Long Island
will be held on Saturday at
10:00a.m. at Holy Family
- Catholic Church, Robinson
Road. Officiating will be Fr.
Kendrick Forbes assisted by
Deacon Andrew Burrows.
Interment will follow in Old
Trail Cemetery, Abundant Life
Road.

Precious memory will forever linger in the hearts of his loving
and devoted children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren
including two daughters, Mrs. Patrice Nottage and Lorraine
Davis; one adopted step-daughter, Geneva Mcintosh; two
sons, Tyrone and Kevin Davis; twenty-five grandchildren,
Brian Davis, Charmaine, Natasha, Tiffany, Deon, Terraine,
Latoya, Kiffino, Kenron, Dwayne, Tyrone Jr., Jamal, Tynisha,
Javon, Marvin, Allison, Shekera, Monique, Kevin Jr., Karen,
Keno, Kalisa, Camille, and Rosa; great-grandchildren,
Kendysha, RJ., Nekisha, Rashad, Sharad, Tanisha, Glendysha,
Brian Jr., Tattyenna, Terraince, Codero, Dereka, Dwayne,
Derek, Inderia, Kendra, Shavon, Willinique, Lapetra, Dwayne
Jr., Monalisa, Deonte, Daiva, and Neleia; one sister, Rosie

| Cartwright; one brother, Elvin Davis of Miami, Florida; three
| daughters-in-law, Trellis, Angela, and Nora Davis; one son-
| in-law, Charles Nottage; sisters-in-law, Julia Dean, and Viola
| Higgins of Boynton Beach, Florida, Geraline Davis, and Mrs.

Ellaween of Miami Florida and Marion Pratt; grand-daughters-
in-law, Patula Davis, Christina Butler, and Carral Davis;

| brothers-in-law, Mr. Cartwright, and Christopher "Big 0"

- Pratt, and a host of other relatives and friends including,

‘| Theresa, Bernad, Kendal, Catherine, Godfrey, Karen,

Bernadette, and Theodore Davis, Mr. George McKinney and

| family, the Dorsettes, and Marshall families, Peardale friends

and family, Alvin Butler and family, Staff of Annis Town
Clinic, and Staff of Fleming Street Clinic, Dr. Munroe, Medisal

| Clinic P.M.H., the Hanna family, Prince Boodle and family,
| and many other family and friends too numerous to mention.

| Viewing will be held in the State Room of Jones Brothers
Morticians Mt. Royal Avenue and Talbot Street on Friday



from 10:00a.m. to 6:00p.m. and at the church on Saturday

from 9:00a.m. until service time.

103 Mt. Royal Ave. & Talbot St. |
P.O. Box EE-17228

Fax: 328-4903 ¢ Cell: 558-6556



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VERNICE
ROLLE, 84

| of Steventon Exuma will be
held on Saturday, January 6th,
@ 2007 at 1lam at St Margaret’s

; Anglican Church, Harts,
Exuma. Officiating will be The
Rev Fr Mario Conliffe, assisted
by Rev. Willis Johnson. |
Interment will follow in the

Church’s Cemetery.

i Left to mourn are; children, Rosena White, Denzella Rolle,

Shirleymae Rolle, Leslie Rolle, and Wendy Clarke; siblings,
Carlton Rolle of Fort Pierce, Florida, and Iva Davis; sons-
in-law, Glen Williams, Felix White and Anastasius Clarke;

i crand son-in-law, Dave Ferguson of Perry, Georgia; sisters-

in-law, Enid Dean and Irene Robinson-Boston; brother-
in-law, Cecil Rolle; grandchildren, Pamela, Emmett,
Nicanor, Danella, Fredricka, Francine, Leshan, Sigrid,
Chanessa, Ashton, Chad; great grandchildren, Eva, Jaylean,
Emily, Emmett Jr, Justin, Javon, Diano, Siah, Nicarson,
Denzel, Seth; great great grandchild, Keilon; nephews,
Nigel, Vincent, Clayton, Devon, Earline, Jeffery; nieces,
Mettalee, Sandra, Annette, Pat, Janice, Jennifer, Shelly,
Lily, Dena, Rose, Marge and Shelia, a host of other relatives
and friends including; Grace, Everett, Dosalean, Pearlene
Davis and family, Junior Davis, Pleasant, Annie, Merlene —
Smith and family, Beatrice Davis, Ruby Morley, David
Gionin, Clara Dorsette, The Staff of Private Medical at
Princess Margaret Hospital, Dr Lockley Munroe, Dr
Cargill, Dr Kevin Moss, Dr Jagadesh, Dr Agreta Eneas-
Carey, the entire family of Steventon, Rolleville, Roker’s |
Point, Stuart Manor, Farmer’s Hill, Mount Thompson and
Ramsey, Exuma. .

The body will repose at the church in Hearts Exuma from
4pm on Friday until service time on Saturday.

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bathroom, parking, A/C,
phone lines and water included.
$4500/pm.

3997 Bahamian Cottage: This

lovely furnished Cottage
located in central area.
Features, A/C, washer/dryer

and fully equipped kitchen.
$2,300/pm.

3961 Blair: 2 bed home with a
fully loaded kitchen, central
A/C, cedar lined closets, carpet
floors and pool. $2,600/pm.

3921 Harbour Colony: Nice 3
bed penthouse unit with views

ne



“Your Gated
Community Specialists”
Treasure Cove, Santos
Old Fort Bay, Lyford Cay
Let us take care of your
family!

Miramar, P.I. 2254- Furn. 3/3.5
townhouse in beachfront

6] community. $5,500

Sandyport R22ss- Furn, 3/2.5
canalfront condo, nicely

decorated, boat slip! $4,500

- Brand new,
really nice, Partly furn. 2/1
apartment, central location!
$1,250
Tri R1215-_ Fully
furn. 4/2 with pool. Ready to
move in! $4,000
h 2243- Nice, newly
furn. 2/2 second __ floor

oceanfront condo. Great views!

of the Nassau Harbour. Open] $3,800

floor plan, large _ kitchen,

laundry area and pool.j Westr O- Brand new

$5,500/pm. 3/3.5 furn. Townhouse with
private pool. $4,750

3992 Sans Souci: Lovely 2
bed 1 bath, furnished unit.
Features an open floor plan,
washer/dryer, AIG an
enclosed yard. $1,500/pm

2084 West Bay: This Bahamia
West 3 bed, 3 __ bath
condominium comes __ fully
furnished in secure, gated
community with fabulous views.
$ 4,000.00/pm

3934 eonpess Point: Lovely 3
bed 3 .5 bath, fully furnished
waterfront condo offering
spectacular sunset and ocean
views. $4,500/pm

3941 Westridge: Brand new 3
bed unit. Custom made kitchen
with granite tile countertops,
recessed lighting, a large
master bed and bath with its
own kitchenette: $5,000/pm.

3916 Collins Avenue:
Remodeled 2 bed townhouse.
Fully equipped and furnished
with A/C units, security bars, 2
parking spaces and is wired for
cable. $1,600/pm.

3970 Sandford Drive: Fully
furnished 3 bed townhome with
washer/dryer tiled and carpet
flooring all within an enclosed
yard. $3,000/pm.

3972 Tusculum: Furnished 3
bed, townhouse with tiled and

wood floors, central A/C,
washer/dryer, dishwasher,
alarm and intercom system.
$2,800/pm

L
ERA Dupuch Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
Fax: (242) 394-1453
info@erabahamas.com
www.erabahamas.com



djcondo in

Victoria Court R2251-_ Newly
remodeled 2/2.5, fourth floor
central location.
NICE! $3,000

Grove R1206- Turn key, 3/3.5
home with views and near
beach! $4,000

Cable Beach R2236- Furn. 2/1
condo in great location! $1,500

R2 Furn. 2/2
with lovely canal views! $3,500
NICE!

Sandford Drive R2238- Brand
new, immaculate 2/2.5 in a

gated complex. Pool, gym,
ieee custom everything!!
500

Seabeach Estates _R2232-

Tastefully furn. 3/2 townhouse

with private garden, SS
appliances and more! $2,500
le Bi R2112-

Beachfront 2/2 on ground floor,
only steps to ocean. Awesome
views! $4,000

Seabreeze R1198-_Canalfront
3/3.5 home with dock. Boaters
dream! $2,950
I - Furn.,
newly renovated 2/2 in
beachfront complex. $3,500
Cable Beach R2086-__New,
nicely furn. 2/2.5 townhouse
with enclosed, private yard.
$2,200_
re 1180-
Spacious, furn. 5/3 with pool in
a gated, oceanfront community.
$5,500

For more rental listings call
Paradise Real Estate 325-3000
Or visit
www.ParadiseBahamas.com



LIGHTBOURN REALTY

www.coldwellbankerbahamas.
com

Waterfront Estate. 3 bed, 4
bath home w/ 1 bed, 1 bath
cottage. Furnished & equipped,
garage, pool, generator,
optional dock space. $9,000/
month. RO149

Eastern Road. 5 beds, 4.5
bath hilltop home on 1.7 acres,
pool, generator, garage.
Furnished.$9,000/month.
RO0181

Caves Point - 3 bed, 3 bath
fully furnished — ocean-side
condo, 24hr. security, 3 pools,
2 beaches, gym and covered
arking. $ 8,000/month. R0172
ick’s Point. 3 bed, 3.5 bth
townhouse, dock, great sea
views, fully furnished. $6,500/
month. R0197
Caves Point - 3 bed, 3.5 bath,
ocean-front condo, fully
furnished, large balcony,
community pools, gym, 24 hr
security. $5,000/month. RO200
Treasure Cove. 4 bed, 2 bath,
fully furnished, pool and patio,
24 hr. security. $4,000/month.
RO165
Sandyport. 2 bed, 2 bath
condo, furnished, garden.
$3,000/month. RO195
Orchard Terrace - 4 bed, 2
bath furnished home, 2 car
ee le. Excellent condition.
3,750/month. R0144.
Winton. 3 bed, 3.5 bath
furnished house, pool, pool
room, mature garden.
$4,000/month. R0191
Compass Point. 3 bed, 3.5
town house, ocean front, pool,
furnished. $4,000/month.
RO193.
Sulgrave Manor. 2 bed, 2 bath
lovely furnished unit. Many
amenities. Pool and beach.
$3,500/month. R0O156.

Highland Park. Townhouse 3°

bed 3 bath spacious enclosed
property $3,000.00 R0217.
Victoria Court. Renovated
Condo 2 bed 2 bath furnished
$3,000.00 R0194
Saunders Beach. 2 bed, 2
bath townhouse. gym, pool,
beach nearby, laundry room.
$2,500. RO173 :
8th Terrace, Centerville - 4
bed, 2 bath with waiting area.
$2,500. RO160
Vista Marina. Apt. 2 bed 2 bath
furnished $2,500.00 R0186
Highland Park — 3 bed, 3 bath
furnished on a large lot. $2,300
RO215
Mount Vernon — 2 bed, 2 bath
home. High -ceilings, enclosed
pa $1,950/month.

0178.

Montagu Villas — 2 bed, 1 bath
townhouses. peeeney,
renovated, furnished, A/C, pool,
ated. $1,800/month. R0O150
oral Harbour . 2-3 bed, 2.5
bath furnished. Canal front.
$1,850/month. R0O118.

Tel: 393-8630 » Fax: 393-8638







REAL ESTATE

www.grahamrealestate.com
Rentals
#3208 Lake Cunningham,

large 5 bed, 5 1/2 bath fern
home. Luxuriously appointed,
this fully furnished, gorgeous
home has stunning lake views
w/ dock for water activities.
Lovely large rooms & separate
maid’s quarters. A must see!
$11,000p/m

#1934 Cable Beach, 2 bed, 1
bath condo in small 4 unit
complex on quiet.street. Lovely
pool/patio area. Gated w/visual
surveillance on each unit.
Tastefully decorated & fully
furnished $2,500p/m

#3289 Sandyport, 3 bed 2 1/2
bath waterfront apartment w/
30ft boat dock situated in
vibrant Olde Towne. Lovely
views of Sandyport. Luxurious
décor, furniture & fittings. Bi
screen TV. Residents have full
access to the Sandyport
beaches resort pool & beach &
amenities. $4,500p/m

#3280 Victoria Court, 2 bed, 2
1/2 bath condo. Elegant, gated

apartment building in
convenient downtown Nassau.
This spacious apartment

overlooks the harbour. Central
air. Shared pool $3,000p/m

#3226 Highland Park, 3 bed, 2
bath, family home. Large open
lan, living/dining/kitchen.
arge screened in porch.
Enclosed yard with peruole. 2
car parts. urnished.
$2,300p/m

#3254 Sandyport, ground floor
2 bed, 2 1/2 bath townhouse.
Nicely appointed. Fully
furnished $3,000p/m

#3281 Eastern Rd, 5 bed, 5
bath, Eastern Rd hilltop home.
Wonderful views of the Narrows
from the living room, northern
patio & master bed. Home is
elevated, cool. & airy. Large
kitchen w/ staff bed. area off to
the side. Expansive covered

porch which overlooks the pool. | -

$10,000p/m
#3302 Sandyport, Nicely
maintained & recently

renovated 3 bed, 2 bath ground
floor unit in Beach Lane. One
floor. Canalfront terrace facin

east. Boat dock _ included.
Parking right in front of front
doer. Fully furnished $4,500p/m

#3313 Sans Souci, 3 bed, 2
bath, one floor, open plan,
security door separates
bedroom wing from living area.
Large master suite. Very
spacious back garden. Partially
furnished. $2,500p/m

Graham Real Estate
Call 356-5030 or
visit our web site at
www.gra hamrealestate.com



THE TRIBUNE

NEW BEAUTIFUL SPACIOUS
APT off Carmichael Road, 2-
bed, 1-bath, c/a, ceiling fan,
fridge, stove, washer and dryer,
s/screen & water included.
$800/mthly. Serious inquiries
only. Ms Forbes (D)323-4512,
323-4495/6 or eve) 362-1008,
362-0809.

NEW 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH
APT IN QUIET AREA;
FRIDGE, STOVE, WASHER,
DRYER, MICROWAVE AND
AIR CONDITIONING
INCLUDED. 1ST FEBRUARY;
$750 PER MONTH, 1ST, LAST
& SEC DEP. CALL 454-5816.

NEW APARTBMENT FOR
RENT. Golden Gates area. 2
bedroom, one bath. Including
stove, fridge, water, elec, sec
bars, enclosed yard. $700 per
month, $400 sec. dep Tel 361-
4014, 302-9522

2-BEDROOM APT for rent
Apple St off Wulff Rd, water
included, 2 spacious bedroom,
sec bars. Asking $500. Phone

423-8307, 364-5672.

NEWLY BUILT 2-bed, 1-bath,
off Cowpen Road. Water
included. $700/pm. Call 535-
8405, 465-4092, Sherisse,
7:30am-5pm, or call after 6pm,
324-6540.

2-BEDROOM semi _ furnished
apt w/dlinds and water,
$700/pm, $600 sec dep, 1st,
and last required. 535-4228, or
558-7765.

NEWLY RENOVATED, ONE
BEDROOM, ONE BATH APT
complex, partially furnished,
Pinewood Gardens.



i
AIC, refrigerator, stove, washer,
dryer, jacuzzi bath, light, water,
cable, phone, internet, wooden
blinds and hurricane shutters.
No children, no pets. For
viewing appointment, call 392-
2067.

NICE CONDO - WESTERN
AREA, 3-bed, 2 1/2-bath. free
cable and water. 1 car garage.
$2,000. Move in for the New
Year. Call 327-7041, or 434-
3055.

OFF CHARLES SAUNDERS
HWY - Spacious 2-bed, 1-bath
Apt, fridge, stove, water, c/air,
b/bar, washer and dryer ready,
cable and phone ready. Ceiling
fan, $800 per month, sec dep
$600. Call 394-7607.

DUPLEX APT FOR RENT
2 bed, 1 bath Semi-furnished.
$1200. Can be furnished if
needed. Rhone 393-2901, 454-
113.

EASTERN DISTRICT ONE
BEDROOM APT,
TASTEFULLY | FURNISHED,
NO CHILDREN/PETS. PHONE
324-1316. :

LARGE 2-bedroom Apt.
Furnished. All utilities included.
Nassau East. Available
immediately. Tel 364-7785,
436-6946(c).

NEW RENOVATED 3-bed, 2-
bath in Ridgeland Park West,
$900/pm Ask for Tina Bethel
502-6163, -day, 328-2703,
night.



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1B #809

1997 HONDA ACCORD WAGON
White with grey interior
$7,000.00 ONO
Drop low full body kit chrome rims and muffler,
clean interior with wood grain trim, sound
system, alarm, running good, v-tec engine with
intake system, new brakes and tires
Owning leaving Island
Tel: 341-2762

55
1899 DODGE CARAVAN VAN
' Champagne
$5,500.00
Recent tune up, Oil change, transmission
service; would make good service/delivery
vehicle; well maintained. Tel: 422-4027

2002 FORD EXPLORER
blue with grey interior
$12,900.00 ONO
Full power, fully loaded, extra clean,
Excellent condition, alarm, Just in from the US
Tel: 324-4416 cell: 424-4080

For Sale
1994 HONDA ACCORD
Burgundy with grey interior. Good running
condition, Cold AC, CD player, Surround sound
system, licensed to Nov 2007
$3,800.00 OBO
Tel: 392-4914/426-5772 (evenings

RIB #775

1998 NISSAN ALTIMA, GXE
Gold with tan interior, In good condition
17” rims, Standard shift,

Asking $5,500.00
Cell: 535-6702/ 464-1318 or 302-8121

54
2006 CHEVY SILVERADO
1500 cc,White with grey interior, 4 door
Excellent condition. 9,400 miles
$33,000.00
Tel: 328-2917 Cell: 457-2629









RIB #804



2001 VOLVO S60

aE = : Silver, with grey interior, Low mileage,
Factory tints, sunroof, power everything,
«2. 2001 HONDA.STREAM fully power $21,000.00

White, 7 passenger, Very clean, Excellent
condition, Great on tue,| 2.0 engine, 4 cylinders
$12,500.00
362-2177, 427-1258/361-4294

RIB #831




















2004 DODGE RAM
Silver with black interior, crew-cab, 4 doors,
power lock window & doors, AC, CD player,
22” chrome rims. Fully loaded
asking $24,000.00 OBO
Tel: 395-4827/558-6841 or 322-8306






Tel: 361-4546 cell:557-2454 or 327-5356








RIB #829 1991 NISSAN 180SX
W/ 1996 black top engine
4 seater, 4 cylinder turbo changed
AM/ bodykit AM/ boost guage Am oil temp,
guage AM/steering wheel AM/ shift knob
royal blue. $6,500.00
Tel; 394- 2339/8 cell: 425-6723

1993 HONDA PRELUDE
Silver, Automatic, V-tech engine, 18” rims
Customized black window, body kit,
Cd player and aircondition
$3,700.00 ONO
Tel: 361-7534
Cell: 426-5462/436-9870

1995 DODGE NEON
Black with Grey Interior, 4 door
$3000.00 O.N.O
Owner Leaving Island, Standard Shift
Sunroof, Cold A/C, CD Player
Tel: 393-1328 or 393-9003 Cell: 424-3541

RIB #895

1996 HONDA ACCORD
aaa =— _ Green with grey interior, 4 door
2000 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE fanvee Mn call

Blue. fully loaded. Excellent condition : , i
11,900.00 Leaving country for school
Just in from US, Leather interior Tel: 326-3597 Cell: 456-7666
Tel: 364-5384 Cell? 395-0917 re UNAS BT as ae AV’ gt) BAS Ske u

4 4



1997 CHEVY LUMINA
Blue with li nee interior

AC, CD player, Just serviced,
new tie rods, .
new brakes. very good condition,

c.

Mustgols <7
Cell: 677-4562 or423-4685 SE HL







Tel:.341-3033 after 5pm Cell: 456-4961

THE TRIBUNE

TWO (2)
1999 HYUNDIA ACCENT
Black/Y ellow with grey interior, To be sold
immediately. Engines running and good body
structure. Serious inquires only
$1800 ea ONO
Call 454-8542 or 426-3442

RIB #848
1998 BUICK LESABRE

Grey with grey interior, 4 door, clean title, AC,
Rag top with 20” chrome rims.
Asking $9,000.00

2002 FORD MUSTANG GT
Fully loaded, 6 disc Cd changer with rims.
Asking $15,000
Tel: 364-3691 Cell: 557-1205









TRIB #853

1999 BUICK LeSABRE |
Burgundy with Leather interior
CD player, 20” rims
$7,000.00
Tel: 424-4661

RIB #896



2003 TOYOTA CAROLLA
Beige with beige interior ,18” chrome rims,
CD player AC, cool condition
$13,000.00 ONO
Tel: 356-0013 Cell: 424-5611 or 302-7528




2003 DODGE RAM 1500
Black with black interior
22” rims, full power

LN gabe






















1999 HONDA ACCORD
Gold with tan interior, 4 door
$9,000.00 It’s a steal, low mieage,
Good condition
ALSO 1999 BLACK HONDA ACCORD
Cell: 565-9750 /357-3964

RIB #872
2003 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER LS
WHITE 4DR. SUV ALL AVAILABLE OPTIONS
WITH KEYLESS ALARM ONLY 58K MILES,
GREAT CONDITION $16,500 0.N.O.
Tel: 392-2082 Cell: 427-9042

RIB #875
1994 MAZDA BONGO, DEISEL 4WD
$2,000.00
‘| Tel: 341-0460 Cell: 359-0339 or 327-3412

RIB #932.
2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
Gold with tan leather interior
$9,500.00(neg) -
Fully loaded, power windows, power locks,

CD player, air condition, In good condition
Tel: 394-4955 or 525-9122

RIB #933

1995 HONDA CIVIC, EX _
Black with dark grey interior, 2 door, Stick
shift, Engine runs great, Racing
suspension,

17” rims. $3000.00 OBO
Tel: 394-8959 Cell: 436-3718

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1999 Honda Accord

in excellent condition,.low mileage, pw, pd, tape

deck, stick shift,

4 door, 4 cyl. very clean ,just in from US $9,500

FIRM call Tim 341-2451/425-7326

2002 Buick Century In immaculate condition, 62K
miles, pw,pd 4 door,
$8,700 firm
341-245 1/425-7326 Tim or Steve

1999 Honda Accord
in excellent condition, low mileage, pw, pd, tape deck,
stick shift,4 door, 4 cyl. very clean just in from US
$9,500 FIRM call Tim 341-2451/425-7326
1999 Dodge Intrepid
needs engine work, body in great condition $900.00
1999 Chevy Tahoe
spacious, leather interior bucket seats, pw, pd, cd
excellent family car just in from USA $11k FIRM 341-
2451/425-7326 Tim





RIB #889
1999 Chevy Tahoe
spacious, leather interior bucket seats, pw, pd,
cdexcellent family car just in from USA $11k
FIRM 341-245 1/425-7326 Tim
2002 Buick Century 62K miles, pw,pd 4 door,cd,
concert style sound system,smooth ride
$8,700 FIRM call Tim 341-2451/425-7326

1999 Dodge Intrepid needs engine work, body;

in great condition $900.00

RIB #953

1995 TOYOTA COROLLA
AC, tape, power windows,
$5,300.00
Tel: 341-4912 Cell: 557-0321



1997 FORD MUSTANG GT, COUPE
Charcoal Gray with tan/black interior
$7,200.00
4.6L, V8 engine, clean in and out. Standard
shift,AC, CD, Great everyday driver with racer
potential
Tel: 361-5669 Cell: 535-9684



























RIB #902
~









2002 NISSAN ALTIMA RIB #918
Silver with grey interior, 20” rims 2004 BUICK LASABRE
3 2,500.00 Silver with grey/leather interior

$15,500.00
20” rims, 14,000 miles
Tel: 322-3867 cell: 436-9000

Tel: 364-1307 Cell: 436-3554










1998 CHEVY CORSICA
Very good ee On 4 door Ready to
drive $1,500.00 ONO
2001 EXPLORER SPORTS Tel: 361-5707 or 544-8759 Mr dean
Excellent condition, Sounds System
$10,000.00 ONO
Tel: 326-6588 Cell: 436-0766

RIB #91
RIB #929
2000 FORD EXPEDITION
Black with grey leather interior, short back,
New engine serviced, new tires, 6 CD changer,
: seats seven, Great for taxi
Tel: 325-7675 Cell: 454-6535

2
1998 TOYOTA COROLLA
White with tan interior
$5,500.00 ONO
Standard shift, Excellent condition, low mileage
Tel: 322-6695 or 323-8402



1995 NISSAN CEFIRO
RIB #969 Silver with grey interior
$6000.00 ONO
Clean, fully loaded, AC, 10 CD changer player,
color screen TV
Excellent running condition, 4, door,
Tel: 393-2717

HONDA ACCORD
Green with tan interior 4 door
Owner leaving island
Excellent condition, One owner, from NMC
Asking $7,500.00 OBO
Tel: 362-1959 or 394-5729





RIB #982
1996 TOYOTA CAMRY
Black with light brown interior
$4,000.00 ONO
( 4)four cylinders, AC, Fully loaded,
Good condition, left hand drive
_ Tel:.341-8954 Cell: 636-4687 or 426-1110

2003 FORD ESCAPE, XLT
Red with beige interior
$16,500.00
Excellent condition, power everything, CD
player, AC, power locks, low mileage,

factory alarm. Cell: 466-3408












THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 31




















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2004 NISSAN SENTRA,
low miles, alarm system, keyless entry, AC,
complete power packge, cruise control, tilt wheel
AM/FM radio with CD player, dual air bags. New
tires with balancing & alignment. Car has been
detailed in and out.

$16,800.00
Tel: 351-1656 or 242-376-2226











57
2005 TOYOTA CAMRY LX RIB #973 RIB #983

Champagne with tan interior, 2001 CHEVY IMPALA
4 door, poy 13 K miles. Brand new condition Gold with tan interior
MEO GOOHO. $10,500.00 or $8,500.00 without rims
Tel: 392-2082 Cell: 427-9042 eae start, Excellent condition
‘ , ell: 423-3773 or 426-9727










2006 TOYOTA COROLLA
Champaigne with grey interior, 4 door, with tints
& CD player. Excellent condition,
License & insured until Dec 2007.
$19,000.00 ONO
Tel: 364-0056 Cell: 455-4051









RIB #984
































TRIB #966
cc 1997 Black S-500 Sedan
1998 HONDA CIVIC RIB #977 44.000 Miles, good

RIB #937 Silver with grey interior 1998 NISSAN SUNNY UU 19g

1994 NISSAN LAUREL $5,500.00 Gray ile grey interior abel 4
(24 valve erred) Bacy ln excefent condition See Se Pre playel, Excellent running condition, interior like new, $04,750. 5 ‘ONO

: : te icense & inspection included. ’ .
Asking $2500.00 ONO Tel: 364-2217 Cell: 525-5300 Contact Wilton Russell Please call 322-4187

Call: 362-1395 or 456-9249 ‘ 356-4902 Cell: 425-2825


































RIB #967 SS :
RIB #996 1998 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE, COUPE B #980 Se
Silver with grey interior. $4500.00 RIB #985

-1-1997 Volkswagen Golf,




2 door, clean, standard shift, engine runs 4 door sedan







Auto, fee ay one and excellent, AC cold. $19,000.00 OBO 1999 HONDA ACCORD, EX
Pp ono ALSO 1996 MITSUBISHI 300 GT Like new Just in time for Christmas, V6, Green with tan leather interior, 2 door
VU... $7800.00 ONO Clean just service, cold Ac, factory audio system with $7,500.00 OBO
Please call 424-0035 1998 DODGE RAM $10,000.00 CD, wood grain, low miles, ask for Torry sunroof, power everything, 45,000 miles.

Call Prime 552-8272/323-5196 or 356-3953 Tel: 341-2338 Cell: 434-0882 or 341-4860 cell 556-2378 or 392-0507

RIB #145



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old with tan leather interior

ATE Tee. ICK SKYLAR fi SSa Exoatlont cc dition, full
1992 BUICK SKYL K Just in from \, Excellent condition, fully
: . . : loaded, factory CD & DVD player, cold AC,
Silver with charcoal interior remote control doors, just serviced, 12,000 miles
$2500 or best offer only!! Seven seater. Fiancing available, Serious
: = inquiries only, Excellent for a Taxil!!

Tel: 535-4445 Tel: 341-1224 Cell: 427-9090

RIB #987 ] ] 1991 LEXUS LS 400

2000 FORD EXPLORER, GOLD White and grey
alarm, AC, sound system, soy good condition $6,800.00

$7,800.00 OB Fs
Tel: 393-2863 cell: 565-1738 or 326-1161 iment Seen yee. cleat

* Tel: 324-0335 Cell: 424-1615



RIB #989
1999 FORD EXPEDITION,

EDDIE BAUER RIB #990







2000 FORD F150 XLT RIB #997






Sonics aresn pat leather Interonleatiey seats, RIB aS dai HONDA PRELUDE: COUPE
4x4, changer, 3rd row seat, Alloy wheels, power .
Oe recatloaded:. e Black with black leather interior 4X4, ang ARCA a 2000 LAND ROVER DISCOVERY
clean INSIDE & OUT, coid AC, power everything, yreppacea ! 4 eee ied i GOLD AC, STEP BARS, SUNVISORS, Original, Black with tan interior.
AM/FM Stereo, dle Tact te etre crip en BILLET GRILLE, CHROME ACCESSORIES. $13,000.00 ONO

running boards exhaust muffler headers, willing to trade for automatic |
Price at $10,500.00 fora quick sale.°C% i HCL OT | | Mee WON tee ween Oo
Call Prima 552-8272 or 323-5196 | Tel: 362-2843 Cell: 454-5765

Prive GO0.G00 a MI acute

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CAUL PRIME 55258280; 866-3959 OBBEDSEIHLT | 1 | Cell: 436-SORR5 92: ‘obe Xe 29
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THE TRIBUNE

RIB #991
1996 MERCURY SABLE
White with grey interior
0

Excellent condition, AC, power everything
Tel: 328-1338 Cell: 556-3017

Sa

RIB #136
1999 NISSAN ALTIMA
Sky blue with grey leather interior
$5,400.00 ONO
Clean, AC, CD player, sunroof, Good condition
Tel: 361-1294 Cell: 395-5990 or 636-2901

1997 Toyota Windom,
excellent condition, great price, need to see to
appreciate, serious inquiries only!!!
Call 356-4892



RIB #971
ALE

FOR S.

35’ FISHING BOAT FIBERGLASS
Make Loren Quin with 3208 catpillar and
generator Isuzu: 8 2 KW freeze good working
order: freeze hole 2,500 bls disel. 500 gallon
water 70 gallons
$55,000 ONO
Tel: 394-1671 (hm) Cell: 427-4573
_ Boat well kept,



RIB #992

1998 HONDA ACCORD
Dark green with tan interior, 4 door, CD player,

standard shift, AC, power window & door,
Original rims. Excellent condition,
One owner, fully loaded
Asking $7,500.00
Tel: 341-0350 Cell: 535-0947

2000 FORD TAURUS Ms
Silver with black interior. Good condition, AC,
AM/FM cassette factory rims.
$5,500.00 OBO
Serious inquiries only
Tel: 362-0866

BBF #289
2002 Pontiac sunfire,
AC, very clean, 34,000 miles, price $8,000
Call 357-8477

| 2000 TOYOTA COROLLA 1.6 XL
Dark blue with grey interior. Excellent
condition, 35,700 miles, AC
Automatic transmission, Only driven
by cautious owner, Full alarm system
Asking $8,500.00

Tel: 364-7297 cell: 525-2244

RIB #931
23ft ABACO SKIFF
hull only with center console, bimini top, trailer.
Already modified for I/O diesel sterndrive.
$12,000.00 - O.N.O.
Serious inquiries only. Tel: 362-2049



1994 LEXUS ES 300 SPORTS
Black with tan interior, Immaculate head turner,
powerful engine, runs great, Looks better.
Only $8,000.00 OBO
Won't last, call today 535-5768 or 436-3488
Licensed & insured.

RIB #137
2002 CHEVY S-10 TRUCK
Gold with grey interior
$8,000.00 ONO
2.2 Engine 5 speed
Tel: 341-3033 after 59m
Cell: 557-8299

1995 Silverado Ex Cab,
AC, very clean
$8,000
Call 357-8477



NE
8A
2- 2004 Yamaha 300hp HPDI
Outboard Motors.
call 393-6112 for information
Ask for BILLY.

RIB #850 :
25’ BOSTON WHALER
2 engine, frozen. No charge
$17,800.00 OBO
Tel: 364-2202 or 424-5844



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RIB #132 :
1996 HONDA CRV
Grey with grey interior, 4 door SUV
$8,500.00 ONO
Silver with body kit, cold AC, low miles,
clean in and out ;
Cell: 424-3112 or 454-9000

RIB #115

1995 NISSAN LUCINO
Red, dark titanium tints, 17” chrome rims,
Good condition, pioneer CD player & speakers,
Alarm system, AC & automatic windows, muffler
tip, low mileage. Excellent deal, call to see
Cell: 434-1866 or 434-2761

#143
FIVE STAR SIX HOLE UNIVERSAL
Rims with tyres for sale tyres almost new
$1200.00 ONO Ask for Millrer, perfect for all
GMC vehicles (SUV's)
2005 YELLOW CHEVY Colorado for sale
$28,000.00 or $26,500.00 without rims ONO
Tel: 392-1317 Cell: 484-0460 464-0525



BBF #291 :
23FT Criscraft with trailer,
2002 yamaha engine, extra 20003 yamaha
engine , price $11,000
Call 362-4714 (h) or 455-7482 ( cell)

56
ENGINE ONLY FOR SALE
Twin Johnson 140 HP O/B
throttles & guages included
$4,000.00 ONO
Tel: 424-4978 or 393-0100









480
44' F/G Live Lobster Boats
Year: 2002 :
Speed 22 kts Hyd fee puller, Hyundai
‘(360

P);
PRICE: $45,000.00
Ask for John
Flee) 784-5982
F(321) 784-6902
WWW-shipsusa.com John @ shipsusa.com




39
2001 K AWASAKI ZR7,
like new, xpat leaving island
Price $4,500.00
Call 424-3164

CELLULER PHONES FOR
SALE

V-220- $180.00
Pebl- $265
(blk,pnk, babyblue)

Slvr- $185.00 (blk,pnk)
Razr- $250.00(blk, Pink)
Razr V3x- $490.00 (Pink)

Large chocolate
$500.00 (black)

Cell 456-0935

BBF #267
ASSORTED STUN GUNS FOR SALE ,
Call for price, 325-1177

ALL GAMES
H Less than. $75.00
H Splinter Cell Double
Agent
Phantasy star
D.B.Z Tenkaichi 2
Socom 3
Final Fantasy X11
Over 400 use PS2
Game $20.00

Tel: 323-0775

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Yamaha 200 Hp, float on trailer,
$12,500,
Call: 361-2867 or 455-1381
Ask for Ronald











LOW PRICES CELLPHONES 535-7040
This Month feature phones __ Total pa’
Pebel u6 (colour) .................. BOTS is cccsmsaxgoscsseavviey

sas $175...

1999 YAMAHA YZF R1 MOTORCYCLE
Chrome wheels, serviced regularly,
$4500.00
Great running bike $15,500 miles
Call Dorian 424-8038 or 364-2051









. $265...

MP3 L7 (all)... .$260... ..$320
Razr V3 ( pink).. . $245... ..$340
Razr V3 ( black)...........:0eeceeee $230... ..$310
$330... $425

scat ..-$470
















order.

offices

BROKEN CONSOLES?
XBox, playstation 2, unlock past word.
Call Me “J” 454-1507



X BOX 360
Games all under
$75.00
Game Cube Games-
Naruto 2- Day of
Reckonive 2 Price of
Persia- NBA Live 07,
NFS Carbon over
200 use game cube
game $20.00 ea

Tel: 323-0775

eLEVhLA Tea haG REASER EOE $400...

Blackberry 8700................6 Aah $475.... .
Every Friday Tenth caller receives 25% off cell phone with 2 purchase



.. $370...
oy GATOL a a
2204; APIO D ceoi es cannes nina de ewnnsiees $649

. $600... ...Call for info
ah aah data, rend Call for info

special Siemens A71.............ccceccee $99.99***
complete Accessory Kit with each phone
Special orders welcome, discount to banks + business

TRIB #800
SATELLITE TV ON PC AND LAPTOP
Watch NBA TV, Movie Channels,
Worldwide Televison Networks
1,000 Television Channels Streaming through your
Internet, More Channels than your local cable and

providers can give you.
NO MONTHLY PAYMENTS
ONE TIME PAYMENTOF $50.00
Call Now 328-6935 or 465-4633

FOR SALE BRAND NEW

19” Brook Sonic TV $180.00

25" Sharpe TV $320.00

5° Portable DVD $175.00
7° Portable DVD $200.00

Sony Car CD player $160.00

Twin 3 CD Stereo $105.00

Coby Portable CD Player $65.00
Olympus 5.0 Digital Camera and printer $300.00
3.0MP Digital Camera $175.00
Coby Home DVD Player $75.00
Cordless Phone with answering machine $65.00
300 Watt Sony Xplode 10” Subwoofers $90.00
700 Watt Kenwood 10” Subwoofers $115.00
Portable CD Player $25.00
Sportscraft Turbo air hockey table $750.00,
Bob the builder ride on toy $260.00.
Coby home theatre system $210.00.
Brooksonic 19” Television $170.00
JVC 32” flat screen television $500.00
Please call 477-6184

ALL PSP GAMES
$75 or less
Lumines -Vice
City Stories
Splinter Cell- Carbon
Gun Showdown- 50
Need for Speed
Capcom
Madden 07-
Smackdown 07
Scarface- Ultimate
Alliance

Tel: 323-0775




















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2004 KAWASAKI ZX-10RR Black
$7,900.00 ONO
0-100 mph in 1st gear, faster production bike in
its class. All black with gold accessories
Tel: 394-5791 Cell: 535-7958










V60i 166 razr v2! y
$75.00 $75.00 $230.0 $130. 00

a BS e8

SlverL7 L6 — -v400 = Matopeb!
$260.00 $180.00 $140.00 $260.00



MICROSOFT ZUNE

(MP3 Player) 30GB

FM Rapid 3 Inch Lcd
screen
$365.95

ER

Tel: 328-6160

IBBF #271

BRAND NEW, Pentium
-4, 3.0 GHz Computer, 512 MB RAM Windows-XP
Professional, Office 2003, 17” monitor, window case,
3d graphics, HiDef Audio, 160GB Drive, 52-in-1 card
reader, DVD+RW burner, keyboard, mouse, speakers
and software bundle, price $925.00
Call 424-1480

DELL/COMPAQ
Internet Ready Computer system
$499.00 1GH2-1-3GH2 windows XP Ms office,
games anti virus
Cell: 422-5499



THE TRIBUNE




TRIB #822

Supplier/Manufacturer
Finder Services

Digital MP4 Players & FM

Transmitters
Flat Panel Televisions
Laptops/Notebooks
Prices better than US!
Digital Touch Screen
MP4 Players $140.00

Laptops as low as
$1,050.50.00

Tel:(242) 426-8094
or
(242)-465-8559

42” Flat Panel
HD LCD

Tel:(242)426-
8094

. or
(242)-465-8559

Email:newleveltech @ coralwave.com

www.newleveltechbahamas.com
Call Tooday!

RIB #871
SKATE SHOES FOR SALE
9.95

All sizes available. Call 465-7882

NEED FOR SPEED
Carbon $84.95
Final fantasy $84.95
Marvel Ultimate
Alliance $84.95
Naruto Uzamaki
Chronacles $84.95
Superman return

. $84.95
NBA live 07

$74.95
Tel 328-6160

SLIM 10lb WEIGHT
SELLING AT US PRICES $500.00
NEW IN BOX
Tel:328-6935 Cell: 427-0108

NEED FOR SPEED
Carbon $84.95
Final fantasy $84.95
Marvel Ultimate
Alliance $84.95
Naruto Uzamaki
Chronacles $84.95
Superman return
$84.95
NBA live 07
$74.95
Tel 328-6160

NEED FOR SPEED
§ Carbon $84.95
Final fantasy $84.95
Marvel Ultimate
Alliance $84.95
Naruto Uzamaki
Chronacles $84.95
Superman return
$84.95
NBA live 07
$74.95
Tel 328-6160

TRIB #956
PLAYSTATION 2 Controllers,
and X Box games, going cheap!!! PSP
Movies also available.
Price starts at $20.00
Audio control epicenter bass restoration
device for $200. Pr of BMW 61/2 car
speaker for $60.00.
. Tel: 341-7997 Cell: 535-6777

NEW TYRES
13” $54.99, 14” 64.00, 15” 74.00, 16” 129.99,
17” 99.99,, 18” 149.99, 20” 250.00,
22” 449.99
Wholesale and retail prices,
Special on low profile tyres

call: 356-2109/326-2593














RIB #890
NINTENDO WII $700.0-0
PS2 $239:95
XBox $219.95
XBox 360 $749.95
Gamecube $189.95
Playstation Portable $369.95
Nintendo DS $239.95
PS3 with one game $2,300.00
Tel: 328-6160

GEARS OF WAR
God Hand

Capcom Vs SNK 2

Grand Theft Auto:
Liberty City Stories

Tel: 328-6160

SMACKDOWN VS
RAW 2007

Final Fantasy XIl

Superman Returns

Smackdown vs raw
2007

Need for speed:
Carbon

Tel: 328-6160

NSS
RIB #808
BODY PART’S
For -Altima, Accord, Maxima, Civic, Head lamp,
Head fender, Tail lamp, Bumper lower ,
Bumper bar, Etc
2002 CHEVY IMPALA
Black with tan interior
$11.800.00
Cell:454-7111



THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 35



BUDOKAI
TENKAICHI 2

NBA 2K7

Splinter Cell Double
Agent

Kingdom Hearts Il
Pimp My Ride
Tel: 328-6160

SCARFACE

Phantasy star
Universe

Valyrie Profile 2
Bully

Spy Hunter: |.
No where to run

Tel: 328-6160

STREET FIGHTERS
Anniversary

Capcom Classic
Collection 2

Justice League
Heroes

Street 2
Eragon

Tel: 328-6160

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5 PIECE BEDROOM
SET

For Sale (Beige)
Night stands has a
marble top
$3,000.00
Ask for Nicole
Marocean bed set
$2500.00

Cell: 422-6418

For Sale 20 inches chrome rims
for only $1200.00
(2) 10 inches pioneer speakers 700 watts
each for only’ $150.00
(1) silver pansat 3500 for only $200.00

Tel: 322-1654 Cell: 454-2160



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PARADISE

PREAL ESTATE

Renaissance. East 2236- 12
Elegantly appointed
townhouses, featuring custom
kitchens, granite countertops,
central a/c, recessed lighting,

spacious - master suite,
community | and more!
Starting at $249,000

Ocean Place, P.I. 2233- Ultra-
elegant 2 and 3 bedroom
condominiums situated in a
state of the art, newly
constructed: high rise building
offering the finest finishes,
services and views __ that
Paradise Island has to offer.
Boat slips available! Starting
from ‘$899,500 Call for more
details or to arrange a‘tour!

Ocean Club Residences and
Marina- Paradise Island’s
most prestigious residence.
First 2 buildings sold.out! Don't
miss this unique CE
Starting at $1,850, Call for
details!

Marbella 1256- Brand new,
state of the art, 5/5.5 home with
European fixtures, custom
_everything, generator, large
pool and patio, amazing views
and more! Truly one of a kind!
$1,750,000

Sandyport 2235- Nicely furn.
3/2.5 waterfront condo. High
end finishes and fixtures, wrap

around veranda, boat slip,
beach access and more!
$585,000

: -Lots-
Sandyport 4174- Watercolour

Cay lots, 2 available. Starting
at 000
Indigo 4172- SF lot with

elevations over 50’ in gated
community. $239,000

Yuma Estates 4168- Single
and Multi family fots in new,
ated communi





in the west.
rting at

$90,
Old Fort Bay 4162- The
largest lot remaining at Canal
Beach! .4 acres with 75’ of

Ocea
single and multifamily
near development boom! Don't

miss out! Call for nee '
ulti family

Westwinds 6019C-
lots starting at $100,000

Exclusive Lubber’s Quarters,
Abaco 8047-

~ 1 lot left, 90 x 126
with dock and beach access.
$69,900

error inhibit response,

LIGHTBOURN REALTY

Nassau —

Coral Harbour, Triplex lots.
$99,000. #5886

Coral Harbour, residential lot,
9,388 sq. ft. $89,900.00. #5382
Coral Harbour, fiveplex lot
11,428 sq. ft. $125,000.00.
#5381

South Ocean Estates, duplex
lot 11,700 sq. ft. $105,000.00.

#5471

South Ocean: Estates,
residential lot 11,700 sq. ft.
$99,500.00. #5471

Venice Bay, 100 x_ 100,
Residential, Easy _ finance
terms. No bank needed.

#1122

West Bay St., Indigo, single
family, 7,200 sq. ft.

$150,000.00. $5385

Yuma Estates, residential and
multi-family, start $90,000.
#5849

Coconut Grove, 6,200 sq. ft,
$95,000. #5893

QOut Islands
Cat Island, 2 lots, 6,000 sq. ft.
each. $59,900 for both. #5867
Exuma, Bahama Sound #5
East, 9,600 sq. ft. $11,000.00.
#5853

Exuma, Bahama Sound
Ocean Front lot, $165,000.
#5862

Exuma, Approx. 1/2 acre and
up. From $36,432. Owner
financing. #5568

Eleuthera Island Shores,
ocean view lot, 9,600 sq. ft.
$20,000.00. #5642

Eleuthera, Rainbow Bay,
ocean lot, 9,600 sq. :

$62,500.00. #5673
Eleuthera, Whale Point, large
encore ct $25,000.00.

63!
Eleuthera, Rainbow Bay, Sea
Views, 14,000 sq. ft. $35,000.
#5869

Eleuthera, near Cotton Bay
Club, 1 Acre each $60,000.
#5813
Rock Sound, Knowles Hill,
15,362 sq. ft. $22,500.00.
#5697

Great Harbour Cay. 100’
Beach lot. $250,000. #5482
Great Harbour Cay. Sea view
lot. $35,000. #5487.

Indigo, residential lot, ocean
views, 7,200 sq. ft $234,000.
#5875

indigo, residential lot, 7,582 sq.
ft, $182,000. #5705

Long Island, Stella Maris,
12,650 sq. ft. $17,000.00.
#5744

San Salvador, Nr. N. Victoria
Hill, beach front, 16,600 sq. ft.
$150,000. $5840

Tel: 393-

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JACK ISAACS
REALTY

EST. 1978 er
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‘SVE RARAMIAN PO

HOMES
DICK’S POINT —- OFF
EASTERN ROAD 3 Bed 2 Bath
on large enclosed lot
$420,000.00

GROVE HOUSE: 3 bed, 2 bath
home with beautiful pool and
covered patio in a_ tropically



landscaped garden.
$450,000.00
CAMPERDOWN HOUSE:

Spacious 4,577 sq. ft., 4 bed, 3
bath home, recently renovated
kitchen with Kitchen Aid
appliances, alarm system and 3
car gara n large
enclosi $475,000.00

COMMERCIAL DOWNTOWN:
Commercial Building for sale.
Ideal as 4 separate offices.
$795,000.00

OCEANVIEW HOME - WEST:
4 bed, 2.5 bath home. Large
living/dining combo,
office with spectacular view of
the sea and Island. Enclosed
courtyard overlooking
swimming pool. Covered
carport with private driveway.
$1,200,000.00

OCEAN FRONT - WEST BAY
STREET Gorgeous 3 Bed 3 1/2
Bath Ocean Front Home.
Home located in a gated
community with swimming pool
and covered patio.
$1,155,000.00

CANAL FRONT -
SANDYPORTBrand New 3
Bed, 3 Bath canal front home,

°
lot.

which — features _—_ elaborate
Bahamian architectural details,
top-of-the-line finishes,

including granite countertops,
hardwood flooring, high

ceilings, and lots more. Fromj Co

the private verandah one has a
clear view of the mosaic
finished swimming pool / dock
and gazebo. $1,400,000.00

OCEAN FRONT - WEST BAY
STREET Tranquil Beachfront
home consisting _of
Bedrooms, 3.5 Bath with
oceanfront patio and pool deck.
$1,800,000.00

OCEAN FRONT — EASTERN
ROAD Lovely 4 Bed 4 Bath
Elevated Waterfront Home with
Montague Bay on one side
canal with Boathouse on the
other. Located in the exclusive
gated community of ‘Little
Hermitage’. Home comes
unfurnished with staff quarters
and 3 car garage.
$2,990,000.00

JACK ISAACS

REAi. ESTATE
CALL TODAY: 322-1069
Ee 395-6650 or 424-6685
info@bahamasproperty.com

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REAL KS FAIS

Houses

Ryswick-unfur. 2,452 sq.ft. 3
bed. 2 1/2 bath, Ig. kitchen
and double garage.16,000
gallon water cistern. $520,000.

Victoria Court-
located. 1 bed, 1
apartment with pool
security. $175,000.

Dodge Road- Newly renovated
4 bed 3 bath. Central A/C.
Large storage, utility and 1/2
bath. $475,000

Gleniston Gardens- 2597
sq.ft. 3 bed, 3 bath on large
enclosed 12,750 sq.ft property.
Living, dining, fam. rooms and
office. Central a/c $374,000.

Central
bath
and

Fam. Islands

Berry Islands- Gt. Harbour
Cay — Waterfront lot 100 x 140
near entrance to the Bay of 5
Pirates. $75,000.

Abaco — Lubbers. Waterfront.
9+ acre tract. $1m.

Eleuthera- Near Greg
Town. 2 hilltop lots with
pees views of Atlantic

an. 80 x 120. $50,000 or
$30,000 ech.

Near Gregory Town — Main
highway 80 x 300. $65,000.

ory

Long Island — Crystal Lake
Park, Salt Pond. Resd. Lot 100
x 130. $30,000. ,

Hamilton’s — Resd. Lot 100 x].

270. $30,000.
Exuma- Roker’s Pt.- West of
Four Seasons. Elevated

overlooking Marina 1.998 acres
with electricity. $770,000.

ttage Estates - 1.435 acre
waterfront property. $485,000.

Bahama Sound No. 6 — 10,000
sq.ft. lots. $35,000 ech.

Hoopers Bay - Main Rd. 800
sq.ft. building on ? acres of

4] land. Ideal for office or rental

prop. $364,000.
Blue Sky Real Estate

at
394-1664

FOR SALE BY OWNER
FAITH AVENUE
2-bed/2-bath House with
1-bed/1-bath Efficiency
$149,950.00

TEL 361-2186. .

Ps deer a se a aaa
OUT EAST MULTI-FAMILY
LOT, in private subdivision,

on the beach, zoned for
8 units, 2 completed.
Asking $495,000 Net.
Contact 324-3908.



LAND FOR SALE
EXUMA
1/2 acres - $45,000

Tel 359-0904

LOTS FOR SALE
Near the Cotton Bay Club
and Jack's Bay
ELEUTHERA, BAHAMAS
1 Acre $55,000,

10 Acres 500,000
20 Acres $2.2M

Contact
Michael Coakley 242-325-
7932
or Email: michael coakley
@hotmail.com

TWYNAM HEIGHTS,

EAST HOUSE FOR SALE
3-BED, 2-BATH, A/C.
Lot 1,900sq ft
$294,000 ono.
Tel:357-7006, 364-1441

GLENVENO’S MARKET
PLACE
PHONE 356-0894

DUPLEX PACKAGES
2-bed, 2-bath owner's side
. 2-bed, 1-bath rented side
$190,000.
5% Down Payment

HOUSE PACKAGE
GOLDEN GATES
8-bed, 2-bath
Carport and utility room

: $170,000
5% Down Payment.
PHONE 356-0894

dt
JACK ISAACS

REALTY



Beachfront Home, Cable
Beach- Beautiful 4 bed, 4.5
bath home on_private white
sandy beach. Fully furnished
and newly renovated, Modern
kitchen _ with granite
countertops, home theater and
rivate office/family room. 1

ed detached cottage.
Swimming pool, __ covered
verandas and patio offer

exquisite oceanfront outdoor
living. $3.6 million

JACK ISAACS

REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY: 322-1069
EVE: 395-6650 or 424-6685
info IK .com



2007, PAGE 37

Coretta Owen
457-3092

For Rent
$2,500 - Seabeach condo
2bed, 2.5baths furnish

$2,300- Sanford Dr. condo
2bed, 2.5 bath furnish

$3,200- Sanford Dr. condo
3bed, 2.5 bath furnish

$1,600 - Seabreeze condo
2bed, 2.5bath furnish

$3,700 - Sandyport
2bed, 2.5bath furnish condo

$5,000 - Port New Providence
condo 3bed, 3.5 bath furnish

Real Estate

$399,000 - Coral Lakes
home — 3bed, 2.5 bath

$289,000 - Seabeach
2 bed, 2.5 bath townhouse

$180,000 - Nassau East
2 bed, 2.5bath townhouse







$95,000 - Nassau East
1 bed, 1 bath townhouse

Vacant Land

$600,000 - Bamboo Town
4.692 acres

$430,000 - Sandyport -
Kingfisher :
$104,000 - Carmichael! Road
103x1 15x85x59

$94,500 - Terra Nova
multi family lots

$88,600 - Terra Nova
multi family lots

$73,000 - Vesey Street 50x100
(open zoning)

VICTORIA COURTS
Downtown gated with pool.
ey els

Furnished effici
a/c. and cable r
$779.000.0€

ORIS SYMMONETT
325-8280. Eve. 325-1961

HUBERT S MCKENZIE
” ESTATE
3 bed, 2 W/2 bath, private car

garage. Gated community sea
breeze lane

$195,000.00

OWN OR INVEST

in a piece of the home of the
Pineapple Fest!

For Sale by Owner
Gregory Town, Eleuthera 3-
bedrooms, 1 bath house on
prime lot, $95,000 ono Neg.
364-5859.



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REAL ESTATE

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HOMES/APARTMENTS/
CONDOS/COMMERCIAL

3929 St. Albans _ Drive:
Apartment complex with four 2
bed, 2 bath apartments. Well
and City Water. Enclosed
property, adequate paved
parking, anda

storage shed. $450,000.

3826 Windsor Estates:
Beautiful elevated 4 bed home
with fabulous living areas,
pickled wood ceilings, recessed
lighting, central’ A/C, pool and
deck area. $930, 000.

3980 Sans Souci: This semi-

furnished 3 bed 2 bath home
features central A/C, a fully
equipped kitchen, laundry room
and a patio. $320,000.

3995 Renaissance East: This
new complex located in the
eastern part of New Providence
offers twelve 2 bed 2.5 bath

townhomes. Great features!
$249,000.
3908 Shirley _ Street:

Commercial building situated in
a high traffic area. Its central
location makes this 10800 sq. ft
warehouse and retail space
perfect for any starting or
already established business.
$1,510,000.

3928 Blair: Spacious 4 bed
home with a covered carport,
storage shed, central A/C units,
new roof and a large fenced in
lush backyard. $525,000.

3965 Sandyport: Nice 4 bed
town-home on the canal with
tiled and carpet flooring, bay
window and covered patio.
Unfurnished. $694,000.

3939 Grant's Town:
Investment Opportunity! J
Apartment building that

consists of 3-1 bed, 1 bath
upstairs units, a 2 bed, 1 bath
.unit and shop space with a
bathroom downstairs.
$300,000.

CALL
ERA Dupuch Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
Fax: (242) 394-1453
‘Info@erabahamas.com
www.erabahamas.com

SELLING
BUYING
or Just in Need of an
Appraisal
Call

328-2001
LANDMARK REALTY
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OUT ISLAND PROPERTIES

3987 Flamingo Bay: Lovely
half acre lot with deeded beach
access. $55,000.00

20041 Russell Island: 2 plots of
land in Eleuthera. Utilities are
available. 0.176 acres. at
$90,000 and 0.379 acres at
$240,000. Both for $310,000.

3948 Long Island: Single
family lot (90 x 129) located
within the Stella Maris
community. $28,000.

3804 Eleuthera: 11.97 acres
ideal for commercial, retail or
residential subdivision. 200 ft.
on the highway and 2243 ft.
deep. $360,000.

3924 Simms Long Island: 1.5
acres of Waterfront property in
Doctor’s Creek. $425,000.

2809 - Green Turtle Cay: 1.5
acres on gorgeous ocean
beach with 135 feet of frontage
and great elevations. Last
available piece in this area.
$850,000.

3979 Bahama Sound: Lovely

waterfront lot in Exuma with 86.

ft. of rocky shoreline. Just 5
minutes from Georgetown.
$180,000.

3963 Sweetings Tract: 35 lots
located in a very nice area of
Marsh Harbour. Access to the
water with a small beach which
looks over to Hope Town and
Lubbers. Starting at $55,000.

3983 Flamingo Bay: Beautiful
Cat Island beachfront lots for
sale with private beach.
Endless possibilities.
$110,000.00

3694 Governors Harbour:
Residential lot 10800 sq. ft.
(100x108). $47,600.

CALL
ERA Dupuch Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
Fax: (242) 394-1453
info@erabahamas.com
www.erabahamas.com

LOT FOR SALE
65 x110, Cowpen Rd. $60,000.
Contact Ms Morrison,
Cell 456-6992.

_ KOOL ACRES

Approx 60x100.
Lot enclosed, private Subd.
72,000.

Phone 324-6007.



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NASSAU LOTS

3625 High Point Estates:
Containing a total of 107
multifamily (duplex and triplex)
lots. — Utilities going in place
now. Single Family Lots starting
at 7517 sq. ft. for $110,000.
Duplex Lots starting at 7500 sq.
ft. for $94,000 and Triplex Lots
starting at 8500 sq. ft. for
$105,000.

3994 Westridge: Multi-family
lots available in developing

area. Starting at $159,000-
$249,000.
3999 Charlotteville: This 8,253

sq. ft. property is located in an
upscale gated community. Club

house, pool, and tennis
court.$189,000
3951 Tusculum: Elevated

single family ocean view lot
(18200 sq. ft.) located in the

Tusculum Subdivision.
$480,000.

3975 Coral Harbour: Single
family lots located in Coral
Breeze Estates. This
subdivision features

underground utilities and two
parks. $ 950,000.00

3974 Coral Harbour:
Duplex/Townhouse lots located
in Corak Breezes Estates. This
subdivision features
underground utilities and two
parks. $ 99,500.00

3971 Indigo: This hilltop lot is
located in a new subdivision in
the Western District, and offers
partial ocean views. $227,000.

3954 Saffron Hill: A
developing west end
subdivision near the. ocean.
Single family lots are between
7,000 and 10,000 sq. ft.
$175,000.

CALL
ERA Dupuch Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
Fax: (242) 394-1453
info@erabahamas.com
www.erabahamas.com

HOUSE FOR SALE
By Owner
2 storey Spanish style

house,
4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths,
uiet area.
$385,000 Net.
Close to everything.
359-0904, 393-4476.



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EST, 1945,

FOR SALE

Ocean Club- Estates” -
Beautiful elevated 28,000 sq.
ft. beachfront lot with 147 feet
on Cabbage Beach, a very
desirable location. World class

golf, Beach Club.
US$5,900,000.

Ocean Club Estates - Golf
course lot 29,621 sq. ft.

$1,800,000.

Old Fort Bay - Canalfront lot
with dockslip; 60 feet on the
canal and 230 feet deep. All
utilities in place, ready to build.
Gated community. $625,000.

Sandyport - Canal lot, 55
feet on the water, 7,188 sq. ft.
Ready to build. Gated

community. $425,000.

Ocean Club Estates - Luxury
4 bed 5 bath golf course home
with study, Infinity pool, great
views. US$4,650,000.

Paradise Island -
Mediterranean style 3rd_ floor
Penthouse. Fabulous views, 3
bedrooms with ensuite baths.
Dock for up to a 40 ft.
boat. US$1,425,000.

Seapointe - Beachfront 3 bed 3
bath townhouse. Swimming
pool & cabana, Tennis & Beach
Club. Marina with dockage.
Gated community. Reduced
$675,000. BEST VALUE.

Sandyport - Colonial 2 storey
residence with 96 feet of water
frontage on the best lot in
Sandypon, with great views of

Lagoon Beach. Spacious
Master suite, working
fireplace, 2 guest

suites. $1,950,000.

Royall Beach Estates - Lovely
3 bedroom 2 bath condo on the
beach. Airy and_ spacious
rooms and spectacular ocean
views. Gated community with
Infinity pool. $850,000.

Lyford Cay - Elegant,
luxuriously appointed 3-
bedroom 3.5-bath condominium

.| with spectacular sea views.

Keyed elevator, entry foyer,
main living salon and separate
dining. iry and spacious
master suite, two guest suites,
covered terrace with
magnificent views: Concierge
service, pool, Jacuzzi, fitness
centre, manicured gardens and
putting green. Offered at

Telephone:
322-2305, 359-0145 or
324-1197 evenings
Lyford Office: 362-4211



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EST. 1945



FOR SALE

Lyford Cay - Charming single
storey 3,300-square-foot home
offers lovely views of the golf
course. Vaulted ceilings,
travertine floors, 4 bedrooms, 4
baths and galley style kitchen,
breakfast area. Master suite
with den/dressing room, Master
bath with tub and separate
shower. Swimming pool, 2-car
garage and landscaped _half-
acre lot. Offered at
US$1,799,000.

Lyford Cay - Luxury estate
with 152 feet on the canal and
wide open views. The 10,426-
square-foot main house has 4
bedrooms with ensuite baths
plus a 1-bedroom apartment.
Dramatic 30-foot atrium,
European marble floors, marble
baths, 2-car garage, 25-metre
lap pool, .Caterpillar generator
and more. The 50-foot x 20-
foot dock can accommodate up
to a 120-foot yacht in the deep
water canal. Call for details.

Lyford Cay- Beachfront 1.8-
acre estate defines tropical
elegance. Discreetly situated,
this 5,530 square foot. villa
exudes serenity. Breathtaking

views of Clifton Bay,
sumptuous interiors, granite
countertops and floors,

expansive Master suite and
guest quarters. Live-in staff
quarters, generator, water-
maker and _ filtration system.
Call for details.

Vista Bella - Contemporary
style seaside gated building on
Cable Beach. Ocean view
furnished 2 bed 2. bath

condominium. Crystal clear
ocean views and _ privacy.
US$535,000.

Caves Point - Oceanfront 3
bed 3 bath condominium.
Gated community.
US$865,000. et

Royall Beach Estates - Lovely
3 bedroom 2 bath condo on the
beach. Airy and spacious
rooms and spectacular ocean
views. Gated community with
Infinity pool. $850,000.

Exuma Private Island - 681-
acres with private airstrip, 2
docks, main residence,
caretaker's cottage, staff
apartment building and
workshop. Call for details.

Telephone:
322-2305, 359-0145 or
324-1197 evenings
Lyford Office: 362-4211

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Homes and Apartments

0506 Camperdown. Newly
renovated 4bed S3bath family
home new _ stainless _ steel
appliances.$465,000.

0566 Coral Harbour. Executive
8bed 2.5bath home on large
landscaped lot. 2car garage
and electronic gate. $380,000.

0501 Clearview. Nice 5bed
3.5bath hillside. home with sea
views. $650,000.

0549 Stapledon. Duplex with
2bed ibath in each unit nicely
furnished. $290,000.

0533 Coral Harbour. Duplex
Townhouse with 2bed 2.5bath
in each unit and large open
attic. $389,000.

0512 Coral Harbour.
Investment property 3
apartments on canal front lot.
$425,000.

0508 Boatswain. Brand new
townhouse featuring 2bed
2.5bath and tiled __ floors.
$195,000.

0513 Coral Harbour. 2bed
2.5bath townhouse in quiet
area. $205,000.

0515 Nautica. Brand new 3bed
2.5bath townhouses in gated

community starting at
$475,000.

V. Land: :

0506 Westwind. Gated
community in Love Beach
single family lot. $95,000
duplex tots $100,000.

0573 Southwest Ridge. Single
family lot with lakeviews .9
acre. $215,000. Steal it today.

0504 Jacaranda. Single family
lots in gated community near
Old Fort Bay. $150,000.

0559 Coral Harbour. Single
family lot 90x 100. $90,000.
0553 Gladstone Rd.
Commercial i acre. $300,000.

0510 South Ocean. Gated
community ae single family
lots $94,500 Multi-family lots
$105,000.

pee Yuma. only family lots
ated community in the west.
§ ,000.

South Seas. Gated community
near venice Bay and Miller

Sound. single family lots
$80,000 ulti-family —_ lots
$95,000.

Tel/Fax: 362-2858,

Mobile: 557-0288, and

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VACANT LOTS:
JACARANDA SUBD: Opp. Old
Fort Bay in gated community.
80' x 140' zoned for 3 units.
$175,000. Two S/F lots 110! x
180' $195,000 each. 90' x 120'
$150,000.

SOUTH SEAS -Duplex lots 80'
x 100' $95,000 each S/F lots
75' xt00' and larger starting at

$80,000.

SAFFRON HILL #2199 Triplex
lots from $185,000. Four-plex
lots from $210,000 ..reserve
yours now! Single _ starting
from $175,000. 7,000 s/ft and
larger.

YUMA ESTATES: Duplex lots
starting at $125,000. Triplex
lots 8,106 s.ft starting at
$135,000. 6,514 s/t to 10,058
s/t single/f ~ starting from
$90,000.

INDIGO SUBD: 60' X 120'
hilltop s/f -lot. Community
amenities included security
gate, pool, tennis court. Within
walking distance to. beach.
$235,000.

OCEAN CLUB_~ ESTATES
#2177 29,621 s/ft lot on pond.
Full set of approved and
stamped architectural plans for
a well designed 7,500 s/ft home
included. $1,818,200.

APARTMENTS / CONDOS
OCEAN PLACE:
On Harbour, Paradise Island,
beautiful 3 bedrooms 3-l/2
baths and 2 bedrooms 2-I/2
baths Luxury Condos under
construction. Amenities include

travertine tiles throughout,
expansive terraces, 24-hour
security, hurricane proof

windows, private marina with
30-80 foot slips, harbour front
from

ool... Prices start
$899,405.

WINTON HEIGHTS = #2303
Under construction tri-level 3
bedrooms 2-I/2 baths medi-
terranean style townhouses.
3,000 s/ft each. Perpetual sea
views. Amenities to include-
pool and security. . $495,000.
JACARANDA #2200 Spacious
new tri-level 3 bedrooms 3-1/2
baths townhouse in gated
communi ae Old Fort Bay.

75,000.

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CAB! BEACH — Beautiful
BAYROC residences at pre-
construction prices
$1,550,000 to $2,300,000.
Amenities include 24-hour
gated & individual security,
systems, balconies, spectacular
views...

PARADISE ISLAND The
Residences at Atlantis, a luxury
condominium-hotel offer ele-
gantly furnished residences and
unique ownership opportunities,
including access to the Resort's
entertainment centre, spa, full
service marina and more. Jr.
suites from $685,000. One
bedroom suites from
$1,150,000 and 2 bedroom
suites from $1,800,000.

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326 4800 325 3957





















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APARTMENTS / CONDOS
OCEAN PLACE:
EMERALD COAST #2228
70' X 103' duplex lots in pro-
posed gated community
starting at $96,000. 70' X 103'
S/F lots $92,000.

FOR RENT:
ST. ALBAN'S DRIVE: New
tastefully and fully furnished
apartmetns in gated complex.
2 bedrooms $2,500 p.m. 1
bedroom $2,000 p.m.
WESTWARD VILLAS:
Spacious 1 bedroom 1 bath
nicely furnished apartment
close to beach and shopping.
$1,100 p.m. Short term
welcomed.
EASTWOOD: Newly renovated
3 bedrooms 2 baths house;
tiled floors, large enclosed yard,

central — air. Unfurnished.
$1,400 p.m.

VISTA MARINA: 2 bedrooms
1-1/2 baths townhouse.
Partially furnished. With to
beach.

$1,600 p.m.

SANDYPORT: Executive _ tri-
level townhose. 4 bedrooms 3-
\/2 baths, fully furnished, private
dock. In gated community with
numerous amenities. $6,000

p.m.

PARADISE ISLAND: 3
bedrooms 3-1/2 baths
townhouse in gated waterfront
complex. Nicely furnished,
pool. $6,000 p.m.

GRAND BAHAMA:

#2340 Exceptional
investment opportunity. Full
service gas station on 2.98
acres. Being sold with supplies
and equipment. $700,000.
#2341 Lucayan Towers: Well
appointed corne: apt. with 2
bedrooms 2 baths on

9th fl. Panoramic views of
Island, Ocean and Canals. 24-
hr. security.

$185,000.

#2342 Sunrise Park: Newly
built duplex with 3 bedrooms 2
baths _ Units. | Landscaped
grounds. $302,000.
#2. Bahamia South:
Attractively designed newly
built Executive Home.
bedrooms 2-I/2 baths. 2-car
garage, office, hurricane proof

from | windows,

pool...and more...$350,000.

EXUMA:

Bay: 1.122 tract of
land. Ideal location on main
highway for commercial
venture. $315,000.

The Bluff: | Well wooded 8
acre Island of oceanfront land.
Private beach. $4.5 million.
Jimmy Hill: 116 acres with
600 ft.of white sandy beach.
Elevations of 70 ft.

Ocean Addition West: 20,900
sift residential oceanfront lot.
Beach access

$650,000

For these and more call:
326 4800 325 3957

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CARMICHAEL RD! Spacious
64' x 137' triplex lot in quiet
area with great potential. All
utilities are available. Web Ref:
562522. Price: $85,000

JACARANDA! Gated
community just outside of Old
Fort Bay and Lyford Cay. This
is one of the last lots available
in Phase 1. Ideal investment
opportunity. Web Ref: 9683.
Price: $125,000

DELAPORTE! 3bd/3.5bt
waterfront townhouse — with
fantastic ocean views. Loads of
functional living space,
including pass-through kitchen,
expansive patio and secluded
second floor master with private
balcony. Amenities include
dishwasher, washer/dryer,
community pool/beach access
and assigned parking. Offered
furnished. Web. Ref: 562436.
Price: $595,000

WEST BAY ST! 3bd/3.5bt
townhouse delivers _ fantastic
ocean views and spectacular
sunsets from its premier
location in exclusive gated
community. Access to sparkling
swimming pools & beautiful
beaches. Unit features more
than 1,340 SF of functional
living space, fully equipped
kitchen and walkout access to
an expansive patio. Central
a/c, storage space & storm
frame impact windows are a
lus. Offered furnished. Web
ef: 562573. Price: $615,000

SHIRLEY SLOPE! Located in
this quaint neighbourhood, the
beautifully renovated 3bd/2bt
4,957 F Bahamian _ style
residence retains all the charm
of Old Nassau as well as
quaity construction. On 19,530
F of property, the home
features a walled garden, pool,
cabana, garage & more.
to downtown,
Paradise Island and all the
amenities of city life. Web Ref
§62392. Price: $720,000

WEST BAY ST! Oceanfront
villa on rock cliff in western
New Providence. Completely
renovated 3bd/3.5bt - colonial
home boasts designer touches,
including new European kitchen
and bathrooms. Poo!
resurfaced with mosaic tiles.
Other amenities include walk-in
closets, appliances, hurricane
shutters, one-car garage, two
3-ton central air units and
washer/dryer.Web Ref. 8357.
Price: $1.175M

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs

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FOWLER STREET!
Commercial site located close
to Paradise Island and in a
highly visible trafficked area.
Presently contains a building
and vacant parcel of land. Land
has a total square footage of
16,182 SF with lots of room for
expansion. Web Ref: 562441.
Price: $749,000

RENTALS
CENTREVILLE! Close to
downtown and al

conveniences, ideally situated
to take advantage of this highly-
trafficked area. Ready for your
professional design and
business needs, the office
space encompasses five rooms
in a versatile layout with a total
of 792 SF. Automatic back-up
generator and four parking
spaces is a plus. Web Ref:
562539. Price: $1,500 p/m

CABLE BEACH! 2bd/1bt, 750
SF rental unit is offered nicely
furnished and offers wall .a/c
units in bedrooms, ceiling fans,
tiled in living areas, carpeted
bedrooms, nicely appointed
kitchen, designer drapery,
cable television, built-in home
office area and more. Great

location! Web Ref: 562538.
Price: $1,500 p/m
DOWNTOWN! A superb

location for the professional.
Charming, stylishly furnished
condo offers downtown. style
and convenience right in the
heart of historic Nassau.
Spacious 1,200 SF recently
renovated residence offers
stunning views, 2bd/2.5bt of

elegant _ livin space and
more.Web Ref: 562535 Price:
$2,500 p/m

WESTRIDGE! Comfortable and
spacious 3bd/2.5bt townhouses
with loft, pool view and good
security in gated community

near Westridge Shopping
Centre. Web Ref: 562498.
Price: $2,500

SANDYPORT! 2bd/2.5bt

ground floor condo with boat
slip! Tiled throughout, Corian
countertops in kitchen, crown
mouldings, central a/c, lovely
arden views and comfortably
rnished. Web Ref: 562395.
Price: $3,000
CABLE BEACH! Beautiful
spacious 3bd/3.5bt condo
located in gated community that
offers amenities _ including,

|| private beach, BBQ area and

gazebo, pools, 24-hour securi
3d entrance and more. Unit
atures upscale _ finishes,

marble bathrooms, granite






Jacuzzi tub and separate
shower in master bathroom.
Offered unfurnished.Web Ref:
562532. Price: $8,500 p/m

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.

Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs

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ABACO

14-acre tracts of land on Bustick
Bay located 6 miles north of
Marsh Harbour next to the
Abaco highway. 130 feet on the
waterfront. Electricity on site.
Price $185,000. -

Phone 324-1476.








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LOTS



LOVE BEACH Duplex Lots

|| starting at $100,000.00 within

gated community

SOUTH OCEAN Residential
lots starting at $99,500.00 and

Multi-Family lots starting at
$105,000.00

SKYLINE PARK: 16,484 SQ.
FT. elevated lot. in quiet
western residential area.
$265,000.00

LOVE BEACH: 26,000 SQ.

FT. Multi family lot with view of
ocean and beach access. This
is a great = = opportunity.
$695,000.00

LYFORD CAY Canal Frontage
Lot. $1,395,000.00

OCEAN CLUB_- ESTATES
25,565sq. ft. sandy beachfront
lot, $4.9 million

BEACH -
6.5 Acres
to Saunders

SAUNDERS
COMMERCIAL
Direct Access
Beach
$2,450,000.00

OCEAN CLUB_ ESTATES:
29,621 sq. ft. lot on pond,
includes approved architectural
plans for a well designed 7,500
sq. ft. home. $1,695,000.00

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:322-1069
te 395-6650 or 424-6685

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ABACO

15-acre tract of land next to the
Abaco highway. _- Located
between Marsh Harbour and
Treasure Cay. Land elevations
over 30 feet. Nice hill top views.
Price $25,000 per acre. Ideal
site. for small subdivision or
industrial park.

Phone 324-1476.





INTEGRITY HOMES

For only 5% Down
2-bed, 1-bath, $115,000
3-bed, 2 bath, $123,000

DUPLEX
2-bed, 1-bath, $157,000

TRIPLEX
1-bed, 1-bath, $187,000
Your Dream is only phone a
call away.
Ph:394-8568/436-8159.

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BEACHFRONT LOTS
FOR SALE
TURKS & CAICOS IS
55 Acres Commercial

8 Acres Commercial
0.71 Acres Residential
Call 1-649-232-9990










Limited
CLEARE REALTY LTD

*Commercial Lot near Bay
Street, $200,000

*Large Lot on the sea, West
Bay Street , $500,000

sLarge Commercial Lot, Prince
Charles Drive, Shopping
Center site, $1,000,000.

-Westwinds Lots from 100,000
(gated)

*Yuma Subdivision West Bay
Street, $80,000 (gatec)

South Seas (gated) $80,000

Port New Providence (gated).
On Canal. $575,000

Call 364-8515, or 364-4075
For these and other listings.

WANTED
URGENTLY

Vacant Land
Houses, Duplexes/3-plexes
Apartments
Commercial Properties
We buy and Sell

Please cat Ludec
393-1183 or 557-3225

anytime.



1-BEDROOM FOR RENT in a
Townhouse, $150, ist, last . No

pee Water, cable.
amians only. 361 0443.
BAMBOO TOWN,

EFFICIENCY, furn
$500 per month. Tel 392-4859.

dep hger
n, ing room,
~ porch, $1000 monthly.

1 small Shop $400 monthly

1 bedroom Efficiency. water
and light included. $500.

Tel 361-1507.

2-BED APT FOR RENT
Colony Village, off Prince
Charles Dr.
Fridge/stovewasher/dryer,
s/s- Irg enclosed patio,
water & gas soe per
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mnoin.
Call 324-6169



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BATH HOUSE FOR RENT,

Cable ready, A/C, c/ans,
security bars, carpoert, large
patio, nicely landscaped

enclosed yard. Idle for small
family or room mates. Asking
$1100/pm ono. Only serious
inquires please. Call now!
Phone 393-5961 / 394-2358.

1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY all
utiities include: $500 per month,
ist & last. Elizabeth Estate,
364-3135. 324-7692.

ONE BEDROOM APT. Ideal for
single professional, fully
turnished. | Water. $700 per
month. Call 364-7882, 7am to
11pm. Serious inquiries only.

PINEYARD ROAD - Large

2 storey 2-bed, 1-bath Apt in
enclosed yard. Water, A/C,
ceiling fans, cable and security
bars included. No kids/pets.
$800/mth. 242-324-4674. :

NEWLY BUILT 2 bedroom
apartment for rent. Blue Hill
Road South, 1st, last month's
rent and sec required. Call 361-
6970/636-6070 for viewing.

OFF SOLDIER ROAD, extra
large one bedroom apartment,
$550 per month, including
water, $300 sec dep. Phone
327-7847.

BRAND NEW refrigerator,
stove, washer and dryer $2,000
or $500 each. Phone 465-7401.

PARADISE ISLAND 1-
bedroom apartment overlooking
pool, fully furnished, air cond,
hot water, ceiling fans and
burglar bars, wash house
facilities avail. 5 min walk to
Atlantis Hotel, Cabbage Beach

or Ocean Club. $1,700 per
month or $500 per week. Call
363-8888 and leave a

message.
Paradise Island

Penthouse room with terrace.
Fully furnished, pool,
tv,dishwasher, washing

machine, phone, dryer Cable,
wireless internet, $1200/pm.
Tel: 3632943

off

TROPICAL GARDENS
WEST BAY STREET. 2-
bedroom semi-furnished Apt
fridge, stove and water
included. $800 per month, first,
last and $500 sec dep. Tel 525-
4177.

NEWLY BUILD APT - 2-bed, 1-
bath unfurn. Water included,
850, 1st, last and $6090 sec.
Avail NOW. Call 314-3372.

SHOP/OFFICE/APARTMENT
SPACES FOR RENT
Deadman's Cay, Long Island.

. Phone 324-4685
Email:lenrad@ hotmail.com.

FULLY FURNISHED 2-bed, 2-
bath apt, air condition. $1,500
per morth. Te! 324-4105, 556-
849°

STAPLEDON GARDENS, 2
oéa, | Sath. uniurnished apt,
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WATERFRONT EFFICIENCY
small, fully furnished efficiency
in Yamacraw. Private beach,
private patio, fridge, stove,
microwave, ceiling fan, elec,
water, cable TV included. For
single person only. Np pets, no
children. Available Jan 1, 2007.
$150 per week, or $50 per
night, $50 dep, $350 to move
in. Tel 364-6339.

TOWNHOUSE SEA BREEZE
CANAL Spacious
2 bed, 1 1/2 bath, fridge, stove,
washer/dryer & water,
$1000/mth. Tel 393-5845.

TWO 2-BEDROOM APT A/C,
semi-furnished, Faith Ave Nth,
$700 and $750. Available Jan 1
and Feb 1. No kids. Tel 341-
0460/359-0339.

NAIL BOOTH FOR RENT
Person must have own cliente,
plus be able to deal with
walkins. Contact 328-7807.

2 BEDROOMS, 1 BATH, partly
furnished apartment, Stapledon
Gardens, $850 per month. Tel
454-1989.

2-BED, 1-BATH APT off Faith
Ave. Incl: A/C, enclosed yard,
partly furn. $650/mth, 1st & last,
sec dep . Call 361-4869.

2-BED, 1-BATH APT, Fox Hill.
Water and A/C _ included.
$650/pm, 1st, last & sec dep
required. Call 364-5598.

2-BEDROOM 1-BATH partly
furnished apartment Stapledon
Gardens, $850 per month. Tel
426-8237.

BEAUTICIAN AND NAIL
TECHNICIAN
needed & booths for rent. 393-
0266/393-8097.

BRAND NEWS 1-BED APT
PARTIAL FURNISHED
CENTRAL AIR & WATER.
TEL:325-2424(D), 392-3251 (E)

Unfurnished 1-bedroom, 1-
bathroom, living and dining
rooms, air-conditioned, ceiling
fans, security bars with water
and cooking gas included rent.
First and last months rent and
security deposit required. Call
341-0331 or 456-6165 any time

1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH
HOUSE, very spacious, central
A/C, ceiling fans, fridge, stove,
water & cable included, $750
per month, first, last and $650
sec dep. West Street, south of
ae ow Street. 325-7675, 454-
65.

2 NEW, SPACIOUS, 2-bed, 1-
bath, Apt enclosed yard.
Phone, cable, light ready,
furnished or —_ unfurnished
includes stove, fridge, A/C,
washer dryer. Water included
South Beach. $800 per month,
sec dep, first and last. Contact
324-1644

NEWLY BUILT APT semi-
furnished, air condition, water
included. $600 per month. Tel
427-5863

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UNFURNISHED 2-bedroom apt
Bamboo Town opp New Hope
Church, $650 per month. For
further info contact 361-0718.

EASTERN AREA
1 bedrm House-Unit, $650,
cable, tel, sec avail. 324-4262.

FURNISHED 1-bed Efficiency,
Water & light included.
Tel 364-8508.

FURNISHED 1-bed Efficiency,
Water & light included.
Tel 364-8508.

FURNISHED 2-bed Apartment,
Water & light included.
Tel 364-8508.





2-BED, 1-BATH Apt off
Charles Saunders Highway,
incl: A/C, water, burglar bars,
encl. yard. $675/mth, $400 sed

dep.
Call 341-4912, 557-0326.

3-BED, 2-BATH CONDO,
semi-furnished w/fridge, stove,
microwave, dish washer,
garbage disposal, c/air, water
incl. and washer & dryer avail.
$1600/pm. Tel 422-3440.

ADELAIDE VILLAGE 1-
bedroom furnished apt, $650

1-bedroom unfurnished
apartment $600. First & last +
security required. Phone 324-
7459, Cell 395-0276, 456-1578.



SHOP SPACE BILNEY LANE
next to Super Value packing lot.
Tel 393-0715.

YELLOW ELDER GARDEN,
1 BED APT.
TEL 466-5636, 323-6034.

RENT
Very Large Studio/efficiency
apartment near Gladstone Rd
off near Carmichael
w/separate kitchen and bath.
Fridge, stove, gas, ceiling fan,
light, water & cable included.
Secure enclosed yard. Mature
Single Person preferred. No
Kids/Pets. $600.00 p/m +
$300.00 security

Ph. 341-0909

Very spacious 2 bea,
1 bath apartment located in
Misty Gardens, with central air,
ceiling fan, washer/dryer and
telephone and cable ready.
Enclosed yard, water included
no pets. $750.00 per month,
require first and last month rent
and $500.00 security deposit.
Call 357-9558 or 341-5295
after 7pm.

SPACIOUS 1-bed Apt
rent.Unfurnished; water — in-
cluded, A/C, ceiling fans,
b/bars, cable, tel ready, near
Mall @ M; NO KIDS, enclosed
well lit yard. Must see to
appreciate; $810 to move in.
Call 356-7221.

ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
rent, light, water and cable
included $475 per month, first
and last and $300 sec. Call Mrs
Nikitha Forbes at 392-0443.

EXECUTIVE EFFICIENCY APT
off West Bay St, fully furnished,
$1,200/pm.

Phone 327-7707.

CONDO CARMICHAEL ROAD
2-bedrooms, 2 1/2 bath apt,
central air, water. No pets
allowed. Tel 392-3053.

TWO 2-bed, 1-bath Apt.
Government/private employees
only apply. Eastern area,
Marigold Farm, Kool Acres,
light, water, A/C, included,
stove + fridge $600 per month,
& $300, sec dep:
Ready Monday, Dec 18.
Tel 324-2500, 395-6146. E-

mail: philipdon7 @hotmail.com.

for

Efficiency For Rent

Eastern Area San Suci
furnished, water,
light, cable,sealing fan,
$500.00 per mth

1st/last/security. Single male
only. Serious inquires only.
436-8525

BRAND NEW EFFICIENCY
fully furnished light, water and
cable included, $600 per
month, 1st, and last month plus
$400 sec. Phone 361-7436, or
454-1927.

EXECUTIVE HOME
BLAIR: 3 - 4 bedroom with
office, pool house, beautifully
furnished, $3,500 or $4,500

PARADISE ISLAND: 3 bed,
Condo Harbour side with dock,
very nice, $6,500

PARADISE ISLAND: 2 BED, 2
BATH CONDO, GATED SEC,
POOL VERY NICE, $4,000

OCEANFRONT CONDO 3
BED, 3 1/2 BATH, POOL
BALCONY ON SEA, VERY
NICE, $4,500

3. BED, CONDO, WEST,
PRIVATE POOL, GATED,
VERY NICE, $3,000

HILL TOP ESTATE HOME, 4
BED, 6 BATH, OCEAN VIEW
,LARGE POOL, 1ST CLASS
PRIVATE $7,500.

TELEPHONE 393-0868, 393-
1110, 454-1230

CENTRALLY LOCATED, East
of the Mall of Marathon, one
bedroom, A/C, apartment,
water included, $150 per week.
first and last rent is required
phone 394-4259.

FAITH GARDENS
SUBDIVISION. 2 bed Apt. Incl:
water, air condition and sec
bars, $650; $300 sec dep.
Contact Ms Martin at 341-8327
after Spm.

For Rent

2 bed 2 bath furnished apt
Twynam Heights east, near
beach & shopping centres 1200
sq ft living area, large private
yard, quiet safe area. $895.00
er month. Incl: — water.
Available January 30,2007

Telephone 324-9066/423-1725



EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
Cable. water and light $150
per week = $300 sec. Prone
457-2890



FURNISHED ROOMS in
wa fname, Max — security
isned = Tel:





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FOR RENT

HARBOUR MEWS —- CABLE
BEACH2 Bed 2 Bath
Townhouse End Unit, located in
waterfront community with
private beach and_ pool,
fully furnished $2,600.00 per
month

THE GROVE -— WEST BAY
STREETSpacious 3 Bed 2 Bath
Home on very large enclosed
lot fully furnished $2,500 per
month

DELAPORTE Oceanfront
townhouse, 3 Bed 2.5 Bath fully
furnished. 2 swimming pools,
beach access and good
security in Gated Community
$3,500.00 per month

CAVES POINT Oceanfront
Condominium 3 Bed 2 Bath
Fully Furnished Gated
Community Pool / Gym
Covered Parking $6,000.00 per
month







JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:
322-1069 EVENINGS: 395-
6650 or 424-6685

www.bahamasproperty.com

For rent leasing
Centerville Mt. Royal Avenue
(now available }

1 unit apartment in centrally
located zone, ibed 1
bath/shower apt#3 priced $150
per week (available now) water

included..kitchenette, cozy
toom, living room and bath
every neat!!

Tel: 323-2153 after 8pm or
565-1668 voice box or 465-
0021

FOR RENT
Newly renovated two bedroom
apartment $850.
water, central air,
furnished .
Serious inquiries only Ph: 544-
7110 Racquel

1-BED, 1-BATH Marigold Farm
Rd. Water, fridge, stove, A/C,
cable. $575/pm, ist and last +
$400 sec. Tel 324-7376, 364-
3132, Cell leave msg 565-4319.

semi

1-BEDROOM COTTAGE,
Domingo Heights West, Phone,
water, cable & central air

included. $600 per month +
$500 sec. Tel 457-2890.

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY
APARTMENT Gleniston
Gardens Sea Breeze, A/C,
washer/dryer, water included.
Telephone and cable ready,
Post Box, $600 monthly, first
and last month + security. Call
324-3387 after 59m weekdays,
weekends any time.

1-BEDROOM. ¢ APT { !-BEDROOM '-BATH
Fire Trail Road. East of Sir Milo | cottage. water. included. $650.
Butler Highway Phone 456. | Sanpaire Ridge Sans Souci
6880 IF OBS N4a-?796

Includes |









EFFICIENCY
Gieniston

FURNISHED
APARTMENT
Gardens Sea Breeze, A/C,
washer/dryer, water included.
Telephone and cabie ready,
Post Box, $600 monihiy, first
and last month + security. Cail
324-3387 after 5pm weekdays,
weekends any time.

FURNISHED one
apartment, _ nicely
quiet neighbourhood
Farrington Rd. _ Inel
amenities such as ligh
A/C, cooking gas,
$760 per month, 1st, 5
sec dep required to move in.
Phone 465-3060, or 359-352

FURNISHED SMALL STUDIO
APT. Mature quiet male only.
Light, water, phone, cable in
A/C, enclosed in rent. (No
females need apply). $600 per
month, first, last + security.
Sorry no kid/pets. 393-3667.

HAIR DRESSER, Nail
Technician and Barber Booths
For Rent @ $150 per week.
Church Street Plaza, Shirley
Street, Nassau, Bahamas. Tel
328-5674.

HILLSIDE PARK ROAD OFF
BERNARD ROAD, furnished
apartment, water, light and
cable included. $150 per week,
ist and last week $300; $500
sec dep, . $800 to more in. Call
after 6pm, 364-7296.

1-BEDROOM APT Carmichael
Rd water. A/C, first, last and
sec dep. $575.00 per month.
Phone 341-5532, leave
message.

HOUSE FOR RENT
SOLDIER ROAD (opp
Shopping Center) 3 bedroom, 2
bathrooms. Newly renovated,
unfurnished, security bars,
cable ready. $900 per month,
first and last and $450 sec dep.
This is must see. Ready for
rent January 2007.

1-BEDROOM APT split-level,
enclosed yard, fridge, stove,
A/C & water included. $650/pm,
1st, last + sec. 324-3979.

LOVELY, fully furnished Studio
Apt. Very clean. King bed,
walk-in closet, security bars,
water, light and cable incl.
$175/pw, or $700/pm. No
children, no pets. Must see to
appreciate. 394-1112.

2-BED, 1-BATH APT, light,
water, cable and — phone
included. Golden Gates #2. No
children, $750/pm. $500 dep.
Tel 323-5875.

NEW 2-BED, 1-BATH
spacious, burglar bars, blinds,
central air condition and wate,
included. $850/pm, $400 sec
dep. LEEWARD EAST. Phone
364-0156 after 7pm. Cell 544-
2381.

AIC,

NEW 2-bedroom Apt ,

water, burglar bars, included.
Couples _ preferred. South
Beach, Gamble Heights $650
per month, tst and last +














dep. Phone 367-4035




area. Must nave own oli

Call 3634-4502

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 5





arts festival
ready for
collection

THE E Clement Bethel

National Arts Festival Com-
mittee has issued a statement

informing all schools through-

Ae

out the Bahamas that the set
pieces for the festival are ready
and may be collected at the Cul-
tural Affairs Head Office.

.. This office is located at the

Antiquities, Monuments and
‘Museums Corporate Office on
Shirley Street and Collins

~ Avenue.
.. , The entrance to the corpo-

rate office is on Collins Avenue
through the lane opposite Coli-
na Imperial Insurance Compa-
ny. Cultural Affairs is in Build-

’ ing D on the upper level.

The closing date for entries
will be February 2, the Com-
mittee said. However, late
entries will be accepted until
February 9 — but such entries
will incur an additional fee of
$10 per entry per class.

The committee also
announced that the dates for
adjudications are as follows:

e In Grand Bahama, instru-
mental music will be on Febru-
ary 19 to

23; drama on February 26 to
March 2; choral music on March
5 to 9 and dance on March 9.

e In New Providence, drama
will be adjudicated on March 5
to 9;

dance on March 5 to 8 and
music on March 12 io 23.

Interested persons were
asked to contact the festival’s
organising secretary Keva
Cartwright, Culture Affairs
office manager Regina Hamil-
ton or Wendell Demeritte at
(242) 326-0152.

Venezuela
inflation rises
to 17 per cent
in 2006

@ VENEZUELA
Caracas

FUELLED by government
spending, Venezuela’s annual
inflation rate rose to 17 per cent
in 2006, far above the original

. target of President Hugo

Chavez's administration,
according to Associated Press.

The Venezuelan Central
Bank said Tuesday that prices

- rose 1.8 per cent in December,

“<: . leaving accumulated inflation
=-for the year at 17 per cent.

That was the higher than the

14.4 per cent level in 2005, but
below the 19.2 per cent level
posted in 2004.
_ Chavez vowed earlier this
year to keep inflation below 10
percent, though government
officials later backtracked from
that pledge.

Heavy government spending
made possible by surging state
oil revenues contributed to
inflation last year. Spending is
expected to have closed 2006 at
40 per cent of gross domestic
product.

Chavez imposed price and
foreign exchange controls on
the economy in early 2003 after
a bout of political upheaval to
try and keep prices in check,
but the regulations have had
litnited success.

The December data show

that goods with price controls
rose 1.5 per cent during the
month, while non-controlled

‘goods increased by 2.1 per cent.

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lm By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Chief Reporter

THE Royal Bahamas Police
Force is faced with the chal-
lenge of fighting crime in a
society “steeped in greed,
materialism and dishonesty”
according to Commissioner of
Police Paul Farquharson.

He was speaking on Tues-
day night during the Talk Show
Policing Today on Love 97,
hosted by Chief Superinten-
dent Hulan Hanna.

The commissioner said that
greed and materialism lead to
problems in Bahamian society,
including the deification of
drug dealers. This, he said,
highlights the need for more
education about the dangers
of drugs in 2007.

“You have people going to
an early grave, and when (drug
dealers) are caught there are
screams in the community.
There is still no understanding
of the seriousness of the drug
trade and that it has long neg-
ative drawbacks, including vio-
lence and murder,” the com-
missioner said.

He said that while a great
number of Bahamians lead hon-
est lives, every element in society
must help combat corruption.

This philosophy extends
itself to his own organisation.
‘Mr Farquharson said that there
is no hiding place in the police
force for those officers who are

Man in critical condition after
attempted armed robbery

@ By KRYSTEL ROLLE

A MAN is fighting for his
life after being shot in what
police believe was an attempt-
ed armed robbery that took
place around 8pm on Tuesday.

According to press liaison
officer Inspector Walter
Evans, the victim was at home
when the incident took place.
Upon hearing a knock, he
opened his front door only to

be greeted by two armed

assailants — with only a screen
door as protection.

“As he opened the door one
of the two men, dressed in
dark clothing who had a hand-
gun, fired a shot through the
screen door hitting him in the
chest,” Inspector Evans said.

The incident took place in’

the Churchill Subdivision area
off Soldier Road. The victim,
whose identity was not
released, is in his mid-30s. He
was rushed to the hospital and
is listed in serious condition.

This incident comes hard on
the heels of another shooting
that took place in Flint Street —
an area plagued by violence —
on Monday night.

Kevin Eve, 43, was shot sev-
eral times at close range after a
gold-coloured car pulled up
alongside him as he was walk-
ing.

Mr Eve is also listed in crit-
ical condition at the Princess
Margaret Hospital.

Police are investigating both
matters.

Commissioner of Police
Paul Farquharson, appearing
on Love 97’s show, Policing
Today on Tuesday night
expressed his concern about
the level of violence in the cap-
ital.

He blamed decay of society
on people who are “steeped
in dishonesty and drugs in this
country and believe that they
can just wipe out someone’s
life because of materialism.”

He added that in situations
where domestic violence is
taking place, it usually comes
as a result of young people not
being able to sort out prob-
lems peacefully.

“When you look at the
domestic side of things, where
you also have murder and vio-
lence, it’s an activity where
people today and young peo-

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corrupt and undisciplined.

“If we lose the public’s confi-
dence we lose the fight against
crime because the public must
be relied on to supply us with
the information to help us
against the criminal element in
the country,” he said.»

The commissioner said that
he is disappointed in the “indis-
cretion” of some members of the
force — particularly as it is reflect-
ed in how they treat the public.

“I have received numerous
complaints from members of the
public talking about how mem-
bers of the force treat them and
that must be corrected,” Com-
missioner Farquharson said.

The commissioner said that
as the head of the organisation,
he must always take note of the
numerous complaints that come
in.

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GIFT & BRIDAL REGISTR
-**-, Harbour Bay Shopping Centre,
uo" > Ph: 393-4440 or 393-4448 7 |.

“J have to keep an eye on
corruption and discipline. Over
this particular year we have had
15 officers interdicted; one was
an inspector, two sergeants and
two corporals and there are 10
other officers who were consta-
bles. Nine of them were charged
before the court, two sergeants
were charged before the court
and three we dismissed outright.

“This shows 1 i
tion that we have i
with our personnel who run -
afoul of the law. We cannot let
the discipline of the force dete-



riorate because that is what. *

makes us as an organisation. It”
is the backbone of what we do*”
in the force. There is no hiding
place in this organisation for
those officers who are corrupt
and undisciplined,” Mr Far-
quharson said.







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1-BEDRO

A/C, water
ey , 3 mins walk from
East Bay Mall, $600 per mnth.
To move in ist & laast month
plus $350 security. Call 341-
7918, 7am-8:30am; 6pm-12pm.



included. East

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
$450.00. per month, utilites
included. Call 356-0545.

2-BED APT FOR RENT
Colony Village, off Prince
Charles Dr.
fridge/stove/washer/ dryer s/s-
Irg enclosed patio
water & gas - $775 per mnth

Call 324-6169
2-BED, 1-BATH GATED
Apartment, water, cable,
internet, security screens,

central air, washer and dryer,
750/pm sec dep $450.
Interested peson contact: 361-
0884 after 6pm, or 424-3955.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT,
AIC, ceiling fan, fridge, stove,
water included. Cable ready,
$750 per month, 1st and last +
$400 sec dep. Sandilands
Village Rd. Phone 456-8275.
Serious inquiries only.

AVAILABLE: JAN 16, 2007
New efficiency, fully furnished
all utilities included, phone line
available. $600 per month, first,
last and security deposit.
Phone 324-5482 between 5pm
and 9pm.

BRAND NEW, fully furnished
studio apartment. Golden
Gates II, $650/pm, 1st, last and
$500 sec dep. Gas, light, water
& cable included.
Tel:341-4323, 427-7083.

CARIBBEAN GARDENS off
Gladstone Road. Spacious,
gated, 2 bed, 1 bath. Includes.
Fridge, stove, blinds, security
screens hurricane shutters,
central air & water, $900/mth,
ist, last and sec deposit.
Available: Jan 01, 2007. 361-
7813

CABLE BEACH, fully

furnished, 1-bed Apt, A/C,

heater, ceiling fans, sec gate,

washer/ dryer on property and

water included, $1,000, first

and last, $500 sec. :
Tel 425-9388.

1200SQ FT OF STORAGE/
WAREHOUSE SPECIAL
available in secure Shirlea
area. Shelving and 24-hr sec
inclduded. Call Johnnie, 325-
2954 or cell 525-7832.

CORAL VISTA APT, 2-BED, 1-
BATH, WATER, CENTRAL
AIR, ALARM SYSTEM,
WASHER & DRYER AND
BLINDS. $850 PER MONTH,
1ST AND LAST. SEC $500.
PHONE 535-1819 ANYTIME.








TWO BEDROOM,
fully furnished Apt, Sea Breeze
Lane, $900 to move in.
$400/pm.

Tel 364-7826, 436-3685.



LADY WANTED TO SHARE
3-bed, 1-bath Apt (weekly)
$95.00; $450 to move in. Light,
water, gas, cable, telephone .
Phone 394-2234.

LOOKING for a ROOMMATE
to share a 2 bedroom.
Call 456-4633, or 393-2430.

ROOM MATE - Looking for a
female to share a large 2
bedroom Apt in the Palmdale
area. Lightwater cable
included. $425.00 per month.
Call 323-5196, or 552-8272.

ROOM MATE to share 2 bedr
Apt, Malcolm Allotment, fridge,
stove, A/C in bedroom, washer,
waer included. Phone 558-7745
(D), 361-7164 after 6pm.

WANTS TO SHARE 2 bed, 2
bath $500/pm, $400 sec dep.
Tel 393-2185, Monique.
Serious inquiries only.

ROOM MATE TO SHARE a
House, $600/pm, ist and last
required. All utilities. Tel 434-
0731,

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Live in House Keeper
Wanted: Mature Bahamian lady
with driver's license for live-in
house keeper and baby sitter.
Please call 422-3396 or 424-
0035

WANTED:
HANDYMAN/GARDENER.
RESUME TO BE SUBMITTED
TO THE MANAGER, PO BOX
SS-5318. PHONE 394-0965,
NASSAU, BAHAMAS.

CAMPASS POINT RESORT
looking for EXPERIENCED
waitstaff, busboys, hostess,
kitchen cooks, dishwashers.
Please apply in person at
Compass Point, West Bay St,
Cambier

NURSING ASSIT/PCT seeks
job to care for sick and elderly.
Call Beverley, 366-6833.

SEEKING MATURE FEMALE
as live-in housekeeper.
Candidate must enjoy children;
have good organizational skills
and be quiet natured. Ability to
speak a foreign language is
preferred. Contact 395-1372, or
434-6342.

1 AM LOOKING for a Lawyer to
represent justice not money.
Phone 324-8716, or clo 322-
7622.

patio tte ch 8 Sn eee
FULL TIME - TRAINEE PEST
Management Technician
Resume, photo, police record,
driver’s license. Ph: 393-1045.

Help Wanted
Lady seeks Dance Hall
instructor for private lessons.
$25.00 per hour. Please text or
veice mail 466-4527.

SSS



LOOKING FOR A RELIABLE
BUS DRIVER with an updated
licence. (No A/C). Contact 456-
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LOOKING FOR ONE LIVE-IN
MAID to do genera! housework
for 2 houses, B$1/5 a week.
Tel 324-6045

MALE SERVER needed for
newly restaurant, 18-25 years.
Customer service _ oriented,
mannerly and a team player.
Please send resume _ to:
cidean@gmail.com, or fax to
394-0621.



FULL TIME HELPER BOYS
aa. Come in
A Wong & Son Grocery,
Bay St 7am-8am, Mon-Fri.
DO NOT CALL:

Only serious hardworking
people need apply.

GARDENER/HANDYMAN
needed urgently for general
duties. Please fax resume to
325-7105.



Marine Diesel Mechanic
Required immediately, an
individual with a minimum of 3-
5 years experience to maintain
and repair boats. Knowledge of
caterpillar generators a_ plus.
Attractive bonus and health
insurance. Fax resumes to The
Human Resources Manager @
363-4437 y

GOLDIE'S RESTAURANT
LOCATED at Arawak Cay is
seeking experience waitresses.
Must be 25 years or older, a
cook with minimum of five
years experience. Handyman
and conch man position are
also available. Apply in person
with resume to contact 325-
4300.



NAIL BOOTHS FOR RENT IN
PROFESSIONAL NAIL SALON
High traffic area $100 per
week. 392-4302/434-8060.

Needed
Salesperson/Cashier.
Must be computer literate and
enjoy customer service. Apply
to Retail Manager at 377-1149,
Fax 377-1149 or
ssmith@caribbeanlandscape.net.

PHOTOGRAPHER

(preferably a male)
needed to work on a Cay!!
Must be neat in appearance,
good personality, aggressive,
able to work on Saturdays and
Sundays, . Good with sales and
eromet only serious inquiries

‘el 324-6027 after 6pm.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT
CONSULTING COMPANY
has job openings in the

following areas:

1) Project Specialist - Quantity
Surveying/Construction
Estimating

2) Project Managers - PMP
certification required

3) Program Manager - must

have a PMP or Advanced

Degree in Project

Management.

4) Project Management training

facilitators -PMP Certification

required

All candidates must at least a

Bachelor's Degree and 4 years

relevant experience Candidates



with diploma/experience in
Construction anagement/
Engineering, uantity

Surveying, or Finance are
encouraged to apply.

Send resumes in care of:
Company Administrator, PO
Box CR-54090, Nassau,
Bahamas.

Retail Company seeks
a full-time messenger. Must be
over 25yrs of age, only able
body man with valid driver's
license(no priors) and a clean
police record need apply. Fax
resume to 393-3320 by January
12, 2007.

BEAUTICIAN AND NAIL
TECHNICIAN
needed & booths for rent.
393-0266/393-8097.

RETAILER needs Cashier.
Must be 25-35. Send resume
to: PO Box N621, Nassau.







GREAT CAREER
OPPORTUNITY. Wanted
Telemarkerter. Applicant must
be mature and have some
knowledge of computer use
with Word and Excel spread
sheet. Must possess excellent
communicative skills and
professionalism. Call 393-8460
or more information.

GROWING COMPANY seeks
to fill the position of Computer
Technician. Applicant must be
honest, self starter and able to
work with minimal supervision.
Please fax resume and
qualifications to: 356-0443, or
322-9256/7.

PART TIME SALES HELP
Needed for Bay St Store.
Mon - Wed. Tel 356-4700.

INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
SALES AGENT. Needs a car.
Must be honest, reliable and
self motivated. Tel 328-0762.

Help Wanted
Lady seeks Modeling Coach for
private lessons. Please text or
voice mail 466-4527. Must be
professionally trained.

Help Wanted
Overweight females wanted to
join basketball team, for fun
only. Voice Mail or text only
466-4527.

LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER
needed to take care of 2 young
children, house chores &

cooking, 6 days per week. Must
have basic reading and writing
skills. Previous employee re-
ferences required.

Call 364-5981.

LIVE-IN ¢
MAID/HOUSEKEEPER
required to maintain house,
cook and care for
2 children, 6 days week. Must
be at least 40 years old.
Tel 424-2385.

ATTRACTIVE MATURE LADY
needed as a housekeeper for
five bedroom house and
cottage. Must be able to
maintain home, operate
household expenses, cook and
bake, . especially _ Italian and
Chinese dishes and available to
baby sit when needed. Please
call 363-22 15/436-9204.

SALES ASSOCIATES
WANTED

Are you at least 21 years old?
Do you have a minimum of one
year in retail experience? Are
you ready to work for a
dynamic retail jewelry company
with great benefits? Can you
start today?

If you answered yes to all of
these questions, then please
email your cover letter and
resume to our Human
Resources Dept at:

humanresourcesnassau@
dutyfree.com.

WANTED
1 COOK

2 KITCHEN HELPERS

2 NATURAL HAIR STYLIST
Mature, honest, diligent and
reliable person only.

Contact: Ms Pratt, 436-1808

WANTED
1 COOK

2 KITCHEN HELPERS

2 NATURAL HAIR STYLIST
Mature, honest, diligent and
reliable person only.

Contact: Ms Pratt, 436-1808.

WANTED Heavy truck
mechanic, to work in our
expanding fleet of vehicles.
Successful applicant must be



experienced in. air brake
systems, mechanical and
electrical fault finding and

repairs. Must have own basic
hand tools and hold a valid
drivers _license.plese send
resume to:
Robert@bahamaswaste.com or
call in to our site on Gladstone
Road, 361-6841 :

WANTED:

Store Manager with prior retail
managerial experience needed
to handle all aspects of store
operations. Only persons 30
years or older need apply.
Please send resumes by e-mail
ecooke @coralwave.com.
Phone: 394-7019

MATURE LADY looking for
days work, Monday to Sunday.
Please call 455-8835 anytime.

A NEW SMALL FIRM _ is

looking for a Receptionist.

Interested candidates should

possess the following qualities:

+ Polite & professional

+ Polished

+ Strong work ethics

+ Good communications skills

+ Ability to multi-task

* Working knowledge of the
internet

+ Be intimately familiar with
excellent.

+ Be between the ages of 20-30

ears old

+ Be open to further training

* Both male and females
candidates are welcome.

The right candidate must be

prepared to make a valuable

contribution while working as a

team player. Please respond by

emailing your resume to:

pqrthompson@ hotmail.com.

Only persons that meet the
criteria will be responded to:
Deadline for submission is
December 28th, 2006.



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4 Auto Technican
1 Electricall
Technician
Tel 328-4665.

BEAUTICIAN NEEDED
URGENTLY
50% COMMISSION
TELEPHONE 326-6138.

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Avon Representative and earn
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BOSS is seeking candidates to
fill Managerial and Sales
positions immediately.
Applicants must be intelligent
and upbeat. Attractive salaries
and benefits available. Send
resumes to: PO Box SS-6922
or fax 394-0328.

CASHIER, BUTCHER AND
MALE MANAGER needed for
busy convenience sore.

All applicant should submit the
following: Police record, NIB
#, recent photo, 2 references,
health certificate (butcher). All
interested persons please call
324-1874 for an interview.

CASHIER/CLERK with some
experience, copies of
references, passport & police
record. Come in A Wong &
Son Grocery, Bay St,
Tues, Wed, Thurs, 7am-10am
only.

Do Not Call.
COMPUTER TECHNICIAN
needed to provide support,
repair services, and technical
sales advice in Computer
Store. Technical knowledge of
Windows XP, Windows 2000,
computer troubleshooting and
repair techniques a must. Good
communication and excellent
customer service skills needed.
Please send resume __ to:
munroevatentino @ hotmail.com
or drop it off at Onit Systems,
East Shirley St in the Jade
Plaza building. Phone 394-

HELP (4357).

PASTRY R US - looking for
persons to work in Sales.
Salary $150 per week. 3-hrs
per day, 6 days per week.
Contact Department of Labour
@ 302-2587 Fax 323-4691, or
525-1986.

EXPERIENCED STYLIST
needed for Beauty Salon.

BARBER needed for Beauty
Salon. Call 323-1834.

EXPERIENCED WAITRESS,
BARTENDERS & COOKS.
Apply in person at Sunrise cafe,
Arundel Street, | Centreville,
8am-4pm. Tel 323-3501.

LOCAL INSTITUTION __ is
seeking Instructors to lecture
Business and related courses.
Must have Master's Degree.
Please send resume by email
to:

respond@execs.com.

Applicant Wanted
Graphic Artist and Computer
Technicain. Must be
experienced and matured and
have the ability to multi task.
Fax resume to 394-4973.





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EDITORIAL/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

The Teiburie Limited

NULLIUS ADDICTUS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI

Being Bound to Swear

to The Dogmas of No Master

LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903-1914

SIR ETIENNE DUPUC

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O.B.E., K.M., K.C.S.G.,
(Hon.) LL.D., D.Litt.

Publisher/Editor 1919-1972
Contribuung /ditor 1972-1991

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

Publisher/Editor 1972-

Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shuley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas:
Insurance Management Building., P.O. F-485, Freeport, Grand Bahama

TELEPHONES
Switchboard (News, Circulation and Advertising) 322-1986
Advertising Manager - (242) 502-2352
‘ Circulation Department - (242) 502-2387

Nassau Fax: -

242) 328-2398

Freeport, Grand Bahama: 1-(242)-352-6608
Freeport fax: (242) 352-9348

Eye witness

A HUSBAND and wife flew to Fort Laud-
erdale by Spirit airline carly in Novembei
— shortly before the American Thanksgiving
holiday.

The flight was uneventiul, but what fol
lowed on landing was something, said the
wife, that one sees “only in the movies.”

Arriving at Fort Lauderdale all passengers
were asked to remain in their seats with their
seat belts fastened. They were told that the
aircraft was being boarded by Customs.

The aircraft’s doors opened and in stepped
two “nice looking” Customs ofticers.

A. man’s name was called. He was asked to
identify himself by pressing the call button
above his seat. No button was pressed. The
officers then went to the seat to which the

| passenger for whom they were looking was
| assigned. But, the passenger they wanted did
i not occupy the seat. On boarding he obvi
; ously had changed seats

i An officer then asked aii male passengers
| to produce their passports for imspection.

At the back of the plane they tound the
man for whom they were looking.

The passenger, who told us the story, said
the object of the officers’ search was young —
in his early twenties— dark, well dressed and
nice looking. One of the Customs officers
asked him if he had any carry-on luggage.
He replied in the negative.

They took his ticket to which his baggage
claim had been securely stapled, and escort-
ed him off the plane. The other passengers
were then allowed to disembark. The whole
exercise took about 10 minutes.

Our passenger then picked up the tale in
the Baggage Claim terminal where she and
her husband again saw the young Bahamian
in the custody of the two US Customs officers
who had taken him off the plane. They had
been joined by a female officer with a dog.

As the baggage came around on the turn-
stile, the young Bahamian’s bag was located.
He denied it was his.

It was pointed out to him that the baggage
claim on his ticket was the stub of the ticket
on the bag and the numbers were identical.
The bag was then presented to the dog, which
sniffed all around it and then sat down next to
it. At that point, the Bahamian broke trom his
guards and started to run.

He was grabbed by the officers, thrown
against the wall, patted down and then hand-
cuffed.





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to drug arrest

He was last seen being escorted, with his
bag, from the terminal.

“His bag,” said the passenger, “was just an
ordinary duffle bag, which could have easily
titted either beneath or above his seat on the
plane.”

All the passengers remained in the ter-
minal, riveted to a scene that “you only see in
ihe movies,” said the Bahamian passenger.

“It’s so sad,” the passenger commented.
“You just can’t believe what is happening to
our young people today. They are the ‘don-
keys’ for fat cats sitting in their safe offices not
concerned that they might lose one or two
shipments. But our young people think they
can make a quick buck — instead they are sit-
ting up in jail.”

The following day, she and her husband
returned to Nassau. A baggage handler at
Nassau International approached her. He
wanted to know if an arrest had been made
the day before on the plane on which she
was travelling. When she said “yes” he said he

. had heard around the airport that “they knew
he was carrying drugs, but they let him
through.” According to airport sip-sip he had
a good job at Atlantis.

She presumed that the “young boy” was
let through so that the Americans could arrest
him. Our police, working closely with their
American counterparts, are doing a good,
investigative job. They know what is hap-
pening. If we want to be rid of crime, no one
can crititise them.

Although Attorney General Allyson May-
nard-Gibson did not know why our police
did not make these arrests themselves, she
was certain they had a good reason.

That reason could possibly be summed
up in a comment by a maid who on hearing of
the arrests of the baggage handlers said: “I am
delighted. 1 am tired of this foolishness, of all
this crime, if our government can’t do the
job, then let the Americans do it for us. I
wish they would come in and round them all
up.” 7

This could possibly be the gut feeling of
our frustrated police officers, who, despite

_ their efforts, can’t get a conviction with the
punishment that the guilty deserve.

This whole episode is an indictment on a

government in which — rightly or wrongly —
many members of the drug community, by
their public comments in 2002, claimed they
had friends.

THE TRIBUNE



Boxing Day
and the ‘rod’

EDITOR, The Tribune.

THERE appears to me to
be a distinct journalistic ten-
dency, now in fashion, to

interpret various facets of the ~

British tradition in terms of
oppression and slavery.

A classic example was the
deliberate misinterpretation
of the recent sentencing of a

convict to several strokes of -

the ‘rod’ equating this to the
cat-o’-nine tails and stating
that the latter was devised
solely for the purpose of
oppressing black slaves by
their British masters, when in
fact the ‘cat’ was also used to
punish ordinary citizens,
including sailors in the Royal
Navy. As many of my genera-
tion who had the misfortune
to fall foul of school rules
know, the ‘rod’ could be quite
instructive; however, I doubt
any of us would equate it with
a flaying by those nine tails of
the cat.

My reason for writing is to
point out another deliberate
attempt to misrepresent his-

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Islands column of the Punch
of December 21. In an expla-
nation of Boxing Day, which
falls on December 26th, it
states: “This holiday goes back
to tradition from 1871 when
English slave masters gave
colourful gift boxes to slaves
the day after Christmas Day”.
This statement is inaccurate
in at least two respects.
Firstly, as everyone should
know, the slave trade was
abolished by the British in
1807 (which is why we will be
celebrating the bi-centennial
of this event this year) and
slavery itself was abolished
throughout the British Empire
by parliament in 1833, hence,
to state that there were slave
masters and slaves in 1871 is
patently absurd, although it
seems obvious to me that the
author wished to add credence
to his (or her) false assertion
by quoting a date — any date!

the Internet or reference to
an encyclopedia or other ref-
erence will soon show that the
presentation of small gifts to
tradesmen and servants in the
form of ‘boxes’ (hence Box-

ing day) as a means of show- -

ing appreciation for services
rendered and given in the spir-
it of Christmas is a worthy tra-
dition which continues to this
day. Certainly there was no
suggestion or implication that
the recipients were by any
means regarded as slaves.

I for one would like to see
this tradition continued by all
those of us who benefit from
the services of garbage men,
water delivery men, paper
delivery, gas delivery and all
kinds of other services. A few
dollars in an envelope as,
opposed to a box, is just as
acceptable and equally well
received!

I close by wishing all hav-
ing the good fortune to live in
our beautiful Bahamas a hap-
py and prosperous New Year.

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Nassau,

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January 1, 2007.

Zero tolerance
has to start
at the top

EDITOR, The Tribune.

IAM fered to put pen to paper once again
because of the story on page three of Saturday’s
Tribune. I read where Mr Gibson is trying to
lay the blame for crime on society at large for
being nonchalant about it.

He speaks about a “zero tolerance” attitude
towards crime and that is what is needed in
our Bahamaland “BUT” if we or the govern-
ment are serious about a Zero Tolerance
approach it has to start with our leaders who it
seems are above the law.

If a Minister or member of parliament is
allowed to do wrong and not be prosecuted
then we must expect for crime and violence
to increase.

The Zero Tolerance has to start at the top if
we want to set an example for others to follow.

During the past 4-1/2 years there have been
so many times that the Prime Minister could
have set an example, and did nothing, that the
poor people have now begun to think anyone
can do what they want without fear of retribu-
tion.

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Crime in our Bahamas is, I believe; at an all
time high and this has happened in the past
three years.

There are too many crooked Police and
Defence Force Officers, so again we are setting
bad examples. There are some Bahamians who
truly believe that once they become a police
officer they can do as much wrong as they want
and have it covered over.

So if Mr Gibson wants to set an example for
others to follow then maybe he should start
by resigning and admit his own faults and mis-
givings and not wait for the Prime Minister to
act.

Our laws truly need to be changed so that no
government can cover up for one of its own
who does wrong. If I or any of the public can be
prosecuted for wrong doings, then it should
apply to elected officials as well, and until we
start at the top we are wasting time.

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has become of their case, while
someone who allegedly killed
somebody last week was here
before the court without time
to prepare.

“Which is justice, please tell
me, I’m confused,” she said.

The president of the Court of
Appeal said she was especially
interested in what became of
more than 200 cases that were
thrown out of the Supreme
Court more than a decade ago.

In 1994, Dame Joan told the
court, indictments in some 240
“serious criminal cases” were
quashed.

“Can anyone tell what has
become of those, what has hap-
pened to the bonds put up for
the men who were out on bail,
what has happened to the wit-
nesses, what has happened to
the victims’ families?” she
asked.

The Court of Appeal presi-
dent said that “when justice is
done in the proper way things
like this do not happen.”

Dame Joan also spoke out
against prosecutors who only
want to take on cases where a
conviction is likely.

Prosecutors, she emphasised,
should never decline to take on
“weak” cases, as they are not
bound to obtain a conviction at
any cost.

“That is not their function,
and should not be. The man
accused of a crime already has
the vast majority of the state
against him,” she said.

What is important, she said, is
proper legal aid and the proper
administration of it. :

“Do we have legal aid, do we
have it?” she asked.

Airport seen
as security risk
by US officials.

FROM page one

from Nassau Flight Services
may have been arrested, flaws
in airport security still remain.
“Certainly we believe that
is the central issue here. How
is it possible that the exten-
sion security arrangements at
the airport, that include the
pre-clearance, that include
the Transport Security
Administration (TSA) screen-
ing out there — how is it that
these are able to be breached
so routinely?” he asked.
However, Minister of
Transport and Aviation Mrs

Glenys Hanna-Martin main-.

tained that every effort is
being made to ensure that air-
port security is improved.

“This airport is a link in the
chain of airports worldwide.
We are not a weak link..So
we would be very concerned
to assure that where there are
gaps, we will respond imme-
diately,” she said.

Dr Hardt said these con-
cerns are the same for US
Ambassador John Rood, who
expressed as much during his

LOCAL NEWS

Independence tops {

agenda at opening
— of the legal year

FROM page one

dent said that US federal judges, like Bahamian
judges, make a number of sacrifices — from hav-
ing to accept public criticism to threats against
their personal security.

Judges, he said, “do not expect to be paid
salaries they can easily earn in private practice,
they can rightly expect, however, to be treated
more fairly than they have been.”

“(However) Justices are so stoic, they can
sit, continue to sit, continue to work while prices
rise and the money remains the same,” he said.

Dame Joan emphasised that the judiciary can
never be considered a department, “because
we cannot be controlled by anyone and we must
not even appear to be controlled, because when
the perception is that the independence is gone,
vigilante justice takes over.”

The Court of Appeal president said that she
has already seen evidence of vigilante justice in
the Bahamas. She said that she has seen sever-
al funerals take place for men who were on bail
for criminal offences at the time of their deaths.

Dame Joan said that she believes that US
Chief Justice Roberts was asking the follow-
ing: “To which court do you bring your com-
plaint when you have undermined it, when you
have destroyed it.

“To whom do you go when you have
destroyed the independence of the judiciary.”

These statements by Dame Joan and Mr
Munroe come after the independence of the
Bahamas’ judiciary was called into question by

a local Supreme Court judge at the end of last
year.
Justice John Lyons in a ruling in November

declared his court no longer independent, stat-

ing that government had neglected to conduct a
review of judges’ salaries, which was due every
three years — thereby making the judiciary
beholden to the executive and effectively taking
away its independence.

However, Attorney General Allyson May-
nard-Gibson, addressing senior judicial officials
at the opening of the legal year yesterday, point-
ed out that although the country’s judicial sys-
tem was under close scrutiny by Bahamians,

the judicial committee of the Privy Council

chose to sit here.

“The Privy Council would have taken time to
carefully consider the prudence of making his-
tory by sitting for the first time ever outside of
the United Kingdom. If I might suggest, this
was a bold step,” she said.

The Attorney General said that clearly “care-
ful consideration would have preceded. such a
departure from established tradition and our
country and our judicial system were greatly
honoured when the Privy Council decided to
take this bold step.”

In an effort to enhance the administration of
justice, Mrs Maynard-Gibson invited all mem-
bers of the judiciary “to study carefully, openly
and frankly the importance of the relationship
between bench and bar and to examine with
humility whether and how this relationship
might be improved, for the benefit of those
whom we serve, the people of the Bahamas.”

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and Aviation
Glenys Hanna-Martin

interview with local media
last week.

Dr Hardt said the security
of a pre-clearance airport is
of paramount importance to
the safety of the US.

“We certainly hope that in
all of the discussions that are
ongoing, the importance of
tightening security at the air-
port to ensure that these types
of breaches cannot continue

really should be on the tuprof
everybody’s agenda,” hé said.

The US embassy has stated
in the past its concern about
the ease with which those
placing packages of drugs
could theoretically also plant
bombs and other items on
board already cleared planes.

Such an event could cause
catastrophic repercussions for
both the US and the
Bahamas, as obviously the
safety level of Lynden Pin-
dling International Airport
would have to come into
question.

Dr Hardt said: “These cases
have demonstrated a problem
that needs to be addressed.
And we are hopeful that the
government will take steps
out at the airport to address
these issues.”

Security was highlighted by
the recent arrest in Fort
Lauderdale of five Bahamian
baggage handlers, who are
accused of loading drugs on
to Florida-bound aircraft.

The Americans feel that a
loop-hole in the system could
also lead to bombs and other
devices being put on planes.

Members of One Family will protest if the
group not made champions in official results

FROM page one

robbed” is common in the Junkanoo world.

However, members from Saxons group say
there should be no contention because they got
what they deserve and are confident that when

_ the official results are called they will still remain
the champions.

Mr Johnson believes that the results of the
Boxing Day Parade was accurate, but he does
not agree with the New Year’s results.

“At the end of the day Saxons should have
never won,” he repeated.

Another member of the One Family group
agreed that they deserved to be the victors and
said he was prepared to protest if it got to that.

Claiming that Saxons were only able to perform
better than One Family because of their lighter
costumes, he said: “If you come to Bay Street

with just a pirate suit on, what you expect to hap-
pen? Of course you will be able to out perform
me, because I have a bigger costume.” He
believes that the judges should (if they did not)
compare the costumes by the amount of move-
ment each person can make.

In response, one Saxons member said, if they
come on Bay and Shirley Streets in boxes they still
would have out-performed One Family.

The Tribune tried to contact Darren Bast-
ian, chairman.of One Family Junkanoo group,
to determine what the executive members of the
group thought of the results, but he was unavail-
able for comment up to press time.

The Valley Boys came in third with 2,896,
Roots was fourth with 2,789, and the Music Mak-
ers and Prodigal Sons rounded out the A group
with 2,536, and 2,064 points respectively.

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Judicial concerns voiced



Independence tops
agenda at opening
of the legal year

m@ By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter

THE official opening of the
legal year 2007 began with fan-
fare yesterday and an impas-
sioned address by the president
of the Court of Appeal on the
importance of the independence
of the judiciary, and the con-
cerns of the Bar Association
president that the Bahamas may
run the danger of facing a con-
stitutional crisis.

In his address at the special
sitting of the Court of Appeal
yesterday morning, Bar Asso-
ciation president Wayne
Munroe read from the year-end
report on the United States’
federal judiciary by the US’

Chief Justice John Roberts —

who is arguing that pay for fed-
eral judges is so inadequate that
it threatens to undermine the
judiciary’s independence.

Responding to Mr Munroe,
president of the Court of the
Appeal Dame Joan Sawyer said
that when judges are not inde-
pendent, “no man’s life is safe.”

“I’m accountable not only to
the people of the Bahamas, but
to the God of the universe. I
am answerable to him, not to
any government, not to any
individual litigant.

“I must stand for what I
believe in, I must do what I
think is right. An independent
judge must do things that per-
‘haps even the judge will wonder
about. You cannot in this job
be popular and be doing the
right thing,” she said.








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Mr Munroe said that
although such a constitutional
criss, as warned against by US
Chief Justice Roberts, has not
yet happened in the Bahamas,
the country “may find there are
more similarities between our-
selves and our neighbours to
the north 6n this issue than we
would wish acknowledge.”

Our American neighbours,
he said, “are more vulgar than
we are and have not kept their
English tradition not to speak of
money.” | |

“I do not commend every-
thing American for local con-

sumption, but only want to |

show what is happening else-
where,” he added. —
The Bar Association presi-
dent pointed out that Chief Jus-
tice Roberts in his eight-page
message devoted exclusively to
salaries, made similar observa-
tions as were made in the Bei-
jing Statement — a document on
the principles of the indepen-
dence of the judiciary signed by

33 Chief Justices of the Asian -

and Pacific region in 1995.

_In the statement, Mr Munroe
said, the Chief Justices declared
that an independent. judiciary
is indispensable for the admin-
istration of justice.

“The issue of the indepen-
dence Of the judiciary is very
topical. Judges must receive
adequate remuneration and be
give appropriate terms of ser-
vice,” 'Mr Munroe said.

The Bar Association presi-

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will protest if
group not made
champions in
official results

@ By KRYSTEL ROLLE —

MEMBERS of the One Fam-
ily Junkanoo group, runners-up
in the New Year’s Junkanoo
Parade, said if the official results
do not reveal that they are the
champions they will protest.

One member was so angry,
he declared that he would nev-
er rush, again if the results do
not change.

The unofficial results named
Saxons Superstars as the overall

One Family behind by 99
points, with 2,897.

Antonio Johnson, who was a
member of One Family for 10
years, said the results of the
New Year’s parade are ridicu-
lous. _

“There is no way that Saxons
should have won the parade
over us. We were more pre-
pared than the Saxons. We were
more complete and organised,”
he said.

Admitting that the Saxons
| may have had the up on them in

’ the performance category, Mr
Johnson still maintained that
they should be the overall win-
ners.

Every year controversy mars
the results of the parades.
Groups believing that they “got

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- Inquest into man’s
death in hospital four

years ago is set to begin

NEARLY four years after his death, an inquest into the

death of Christopher Esfakis, 42, is finally scheduled to begin

i as a jury was selected yesterday to hear evidence on the

AMERICAN embassy offi-. :

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They feel that drugs or bombs :

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Mr Esfakis died at Doctors Hospital on April 22, 2002

An autopsy performed by a local pathologist on April 25,
2002, listed cardio respiratory arrest, acute pulmonary conges-

A coroner’s inquest has been set to determine whether Mr

: Esfakis’ death was an accident or whether Doctors Hospital
: Brent Hardt told The Tribune ; Should be held accountable for his death.
heard and determined and the ' that while five baggage handlers tc

: and will be heard before Magistrate William Campbell.

‘The matter was adjourned yesterday to February 15 and 16

Lawyer Wayne Munroe is representing the family of Christo-

' pher Esfakis.

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THE TRIBUNE



Co-operation from Na

government criticised
by realtor association

Larry Roberts, CEO of
Bahamas Realty and president
of the Bahamas Real Estate
Association, gave a summation
of the activities and accom-
plishments of the association
during the first eight months of
the new administration in a
brief but hard-hitting Christmas
luncheon address.

It was standing room only as
members applauded their pres-
ident and board members at the
Nassau Yacht Club.

Mr Roberts, the chief
spokesperson for the more than
500 members of the. Bahamas
Real Estate Association
(BREA), commented that the
board had been frustrated by
its inability to get the co-opera-
tion from specific government



departments that the associa-
tion is obliged to receive as pro-
vided in the Real Estate (Bro-
kers and Salesman) Act.

He stated that this was most
unfortunate, as he would have
thought that the government
would take notice of an associ-
ation with 525 members, with
more than 2,000 Bahamians in
their employ combined.

Mr Roberts also stated that
the association has been told
that the International Persons
Landholding Act is under
review and that in all likelihood
there will be amendments to the
act that have been described as
“far reaching”.

“Government needs to be
very careful in making new pol-
icy to ensure that the reasons

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for the policy changes are based
on fact and not on public opin-
ion,” he said.

Mr Roberts pointed out the
results of a recent BREA sur-
vey: -
“As part of our communica-
tions with government in
regards to any contemplated
changes to government policy,”
he said, “the BREA survey of
sales in the Bahamas looked at
the nationality of buyer and sell-
er in sales transactions during
the period of January 2005 to
September, 2006. This survey
revealed that 50.46 per cent of
properties sold by BREA mem-
bers were to Bahamians.”

Of this total, Bahamians sell-
ing to Bahamians accounted for
29.01 per cent; foreigners selling
to foreigners accounted for
30.85 per cent; Bahamians sell-
ing to foreigners accounted
18.37 per cent; and foreigners
selling to Bahamians account-
ed for 21.45 per cent.

Mr Roberts said he expected
that these results “are not what
most people in the Bahamas
would have expected.”

The BREA president
announced that "to insure that
the limited seats in upcoming
BREA licensing course will be
available to persons who are
seriously interested in being



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members

full-time salesmen, we are going
to insist that anyone signing up
for the next course must be
employed by a broker full-time
as a sales apprentice prior to
taking the course.”

He urged brokers to imme-
diately register with the BREA
office in the Chamber of Com-
merce building any person who
is working in their office as a
sales apprentice. Registered

' apprentices must take and pass

the BREA licensing course
within 24 months.

@ BREA president Larry
Roberts accepts a gift for
BREA from Marquel Bethel
(left), who organises the
weekly ‘Real Estate Guide’
for. The Tribune

(Photos:Keith Parker, PS
News/Features)

"The BREA board is review-
ing the licensing course cur-
riculum and expects the next
course to be held early in the
new year,” he said.

In 2006 a Certified Residen-
tial Specialist (CRS) course was
held in Nassau and BREA
plans to host a Certified Inter-
national Property Specialist
(CIPS) Network course here for
the first time in 2007 along with
the Bahamas Realtor Institute

. (BRI) course and one other

continuing real estate education
course.

The president announced that
BREA has been invited to host
its own mini-conference at the
Florida Association of Realtors
Conference (FAR) in Septem-
ber — “an opportunity to attend
and enjoy the FAR conference

and tradeshow. . .but it will also -

provide us all with the oppor-
tunity to showcase the Bahamas
and establish a referral net-
work.”

Mr Roberts addressed the
2006 FAR conference on the
issue of foreign brokers illegal-
ly listing and selling property in
the Bahamas.

“Our position was well
received and I feel that we are

. making some real headway with

this issue,” he said.
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The president went on to laud
the progress on the BREA web- —

site and database — on which
members are now able to

update their contact informa- —

tion and photographs.

Following lunch, BREA
members sang carols led by for-
mer BREA president Barbara
Brooks. She was accompanied
by realtor Stuart Halbert, for-
merly of the King and Knights,
on the keyboard. ;

Mr Marquel Bethel, who
organises the weekly "Real
Estate Guide" for The Tribune,
made a donation on behalf of
the newspaper to assist BREA.

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Electricity Corporation
announced the winners of
the 50th anniversary
employee logo
competition. The five
winners were picked from
over 30 entries by a blue
ribbon panel of judges
that included Hervis

Bain, Theo Bergmann, ‘
Sam Duncombe, Stan
Burnside and Clark
Allen. Besides the $3000
first prize, the winning
logo (pictured) will
appear on BEC sta-
tionery for the entire year
of 2007. Pictured
accepting their prizes are
(1 to r) Kevin Basden,
general manager of BEC;
Livingston Moxey,
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ARIES — March 21/April 20
Conceit can get you into trouble, Aries,
but you seem to ignore all warnings
this week. A coworker gets defensive
‘as a result. Money matters seem bleak
— reconcile bank accounts. 2
TAURUS - April 21/May 21
A great opportunity arises on
Tuesday but you may be too busy to
see it coming. It’s best if you take .
the day off to make the most of this
one-time deal. Libra is key.
GEMINI — May 22/June 21
You haven’t been feeling your best,
Gemini, and this week probably’ will
be no better. Relax, lay low for a

| while and try to recuperate. A special

friend drops by for a visit.
CANCER - June 22/July 22
It seems you’ve gotten yourself
into another work bind. You just
can’t seem to find a place to work
that interests you, Cancer. Keep
looking; don’t settle for just any-
thing. Aquarius helps out.

LEO - July 23/August 23
Have you been feeling lonely, Leo? It
might be time to invite over some
friends to help beat the winter blues.
Thursday seems a good day for a late
dinner. Romance could follow!

VIRGO -— Aug 24/Sept 22 ..

Too many road trips have put wear
on your car, Virgo. You just made
the investment, so take it easy for
a while. Tuesday is a good day for
relaxation — something you need.

LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 -
You’ve decided to jump in and
finally get that pesky task done
that’s been haunting you. Good for
you! Wednesday is an uneventful
day, so sleep in andenjoyit.
SCORPIO — Oct 24/Noy 22

A better mood keeps you lively this
week, Scorpio. When you’re on a
roll no one can match your work
effort so make sure the boss sees all
of your hard work.
SAGITTARIUS — Nov 23/Dec 21
It seems you’ve been pondering
starting a new business. Remember,
being self-employed has its benefits
but also several downfalls — con-
sider them carefully. Capricorn is
the one to watch out for this week.
CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20
A tip to the docior has you mending some
of your wild ways, Capricam. Now is not
the time for fun and games but concentra-
tion on setting a course for your future.
Expect Friday to be very exciting.

AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18

No plans for your birthday,
Aquarius? Why not think creatively
and coordinate a hiking trip with
friends. The countryside looks beauti-
ful snow-covered. Virgo will help.

PISCES — Feb 19/March 20
Have you been waiting for some
good luck to come your way, Pisces?
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the form of an overdue check. Spend
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Tribune Business Editor

he Bahamas must

ensure its ‘anchor

project’ strategy

does not “over-

whelm” Family
Islands that are unprepared to
meet their infrastructure and
tourist arrivals needs, a leading
Ministry of Tourism official said
yesterday.

Ellison ‘Tommy’ Thompson,
the Ministry’s deputy director-
general, described the Govern-
ment’s anchor property strategy
as “a sound” one, but cautioned
that developers must do more
to pay for infrastructure and
utilities required to support
their developments.

The needs of communities
impacted by resorts and other
investment projects, especially
in the Family Islands, also need-

Tourism official says strategy ‘sound’, but care is required on
community needs and developers must pay more for infrastructure

ed to be accounted for, Mr
Thompson said, with their pop-
ulations educated and informed
in advance about how develop-
ment would impact them.

Mr Thompson told The Tri-
bune: “From a strategic point
of view, the development of
anchor projects is a sound idea,
but we have to make sure we
don’t overwhelm these islands
and communities...

“It’s a two-tiered thing. We
do need to have the develop-
ment. We need to ensure the
developers coming in contribute
more to the development of
infrastructure around the pro-
jects.”

Canada arrivals
increase by 9%

By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor



THE Bahamas saw visitor
arrivals from Canada increase
by 9 per cent during 2006, it was
revealed yesterday, the Ministry
of Tourism atiributing this to a
“substantially raised marketing
profile” in that country.

Ellison ‘Tommy’ Thompson,
the Ministry of Tourism’s
deputy director-general, told
the Rotary Club of south-east
Nassau that WestJet, the Cal-
gary-based low-cost carrier that
started flights from Nassau to
Toronto in November 2006, had
experienced an “extremely
high” load factor of 84 per cent
on the route to date.

Adding that WestJet was
“extremely pleased with what
they’ve seen”, Mr Thompson
said the Ministry of Tourism
was talking to the airline about
providing a service from Cal-
gary to either Nassau or Grand
Bahama.

He added that Calgary was

Canadian carrier’s
load factor at 84%
to Nassau; while
Ministry’s Mandarin.
website gets 7,000.
hits per month

an important market for the
Bahamas to target, as it was sit-
uated in Western Alberta, a
province “awash” with oil rev-
enues that were feeding dispos-
able incomes for vacation trav-
el.

Mr Thompson said the appre-
ciation of the Canadian dollar
against its US counterpart had
also increased the attraction of
Bahamian vacations for Cana-
dians, as they were now rela-
tively cheaper.

He said: ““We’re very pleased,
as in the last year business from

SEE page 7B

Ministry sets up Florida unit

@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor



THE Ministry of Tourism has
established a marketing unit
dedicated solely to Florida, its
deputy director-general said
yesterday, as previous promo-
tional efforts “didn’t reflect”
that the Bahamas drew three
times as many visitors from this
region than any other US state.

Ellison ‘Tommy’ Thompson
told the Rotary Club of south-
east Nassau that the Ministry
had identified 10 key markets
in Florida from where the
Bahamas drew visitors. Includ-
ed among them was Jack-
sonville, even though the
Bahamas had made no promo-
tional efforts in this city.

Mr Thompson said that while
the US would always remain
the key tourism market for the

_ Bahamas, this nation had “to

realise we can’t keep our eggs in
one basket. We have to look at
new markets, emerging mar-
kets”.

He explained that this includ-
ed looking further afield inside
the US itself, sustaining the
Bahamas’ share of US out-



bound visitors by focusing on
the mid-west and west, and
moving “away from the heavily
fished north-eastern corridor”.

Mr Thompson hinted that the
dangers of focusing on the US
as the sole supplier of tourists to
the Bahamas had been exposed
by the Western Hemisphere
Travel Initiative (WHTI), which
requires all US visitors to the
Bahamas to possess a passport
from January 23, 2007, onwards
before they can return to their
homeland.

He added that this would
have “some really interesting
effects” on US visitors to the
Bahamas, especially ‘impulse’
travellers from Florida that vis-
ited in mid-week. In addition,
those Americans with passports
were going to have more desti-
nation choices, further chal-
Jenging the Bahamas.

Mr Thompson said that for a
US family of four that did not

_possess a single passport,

acquiring the documents would
add $200-$300 to the cost of
Bahamas vacation, meaning

SEE page 7B

Mr Thompson pointed to the
experience with the Four Sea-
sons Emerald Bay Resort in
Exuma, which had opened
despite the Government-owned
utilities and other infrastructure
not being ready to handle its
demands.

The island did not have
enough housing for the resort’s
workers, and Exuma also need-
ed to expand its roads, airport,
schools and clinics to cope with
the increased population and
tourism demands.

Mr Thompson said further
concerns had involved not just
expanding the size of hospitals
and clinics, but enhancing their

resources, so that patients, for
example, could be treated there
rather than having to be flown
to New Providence.

“All of this has to be taken
into account when we’re enter-
ing into these agreements, par-
ticularly in the Family Islands,”
Mr Thompson said.

The ‘anchor property’ strate-
gy was begun under the former
FNM administration with the
Four Seasons resort, and has
been rapidly advanced under
Prime Minister Perry Christie’s
government.

Its aim has been to ensure
that all inhabited Bahamian
islands have a lasting centre-

piece of economic activity, pro-
viding year-round employment,
and business spin-offs and oth-
er opportunities for Bahamians.

It has also been seen as a way
of reversing, overcrowding in
Nassau and the depopulation
of many Family Islands by cre-
ating employment opportuni-
ties there. =

However, critics have argued
that the ‘anchor project’ strate-
gy has done little to diversify
the Bahamian economy, and
that the scale of some invest-
ments is completely out of pro-
portion to the islands and pop-
ulations being asked to support
them.

As a result, concerns have
been expressed about how
some investments have changed
the character of their respective
locations, potential environ-
mental damage, and the inabil-
ity of the public sector - utility
corporations and other infra-
structure - to keep pace with
private-sector development. The
Prime Minister himself has
expressed concerns on the latter
point.

Mr Thompson yesterday told
the Rotary Club of south-east
Nassau that training tourism

SEE page 6B

Baker’s Bay marina may complete in 12 months

@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor



THE developers behind the $175 million
Baker’s Bay Golf & Ocean Club on Great
Guana Cay yesterday said they expected
the project’s 180-slip marina to be “close to
completion” within the next 12 months if all
goes to plan, while the development’s oppo-
nents await a date from the Court of
Appeal.

Dr Livingstone Marshall, Baker’s Bay’s
senior vice-president for environmental and
community affairs, told The Tribune: “We
would expect in the next 12 months, if all
goes to plan, that the marina would be close

Some 200 workers employed on project

to completion. In the next three to four
months, we will start on some of the home
constructions, and.in the next.year or year-
and-a-half,.we.will be.on the way with the
golf course.

“It’s a very dynamic project which will
meet expectations and, in some cases,
exceed expectations.” Z

San Francisco-headquartered Discovery
Land Company, the Baker’s.Bay developer,
resumed work on the project in early
November after a Supreme Court verdict by

Acting Justice Norris Carroll in its favour.

The judge had refused the applications by
the Save Guana Cay Reef Association,
which was attempting to overturn the Gov-

’ ernment’s approval of the project and bring

it to a halt.

The Tribune has learnt that the Associa-
tion is now awaiting a date from the Court
of Appeal at which it will appeal that ver-

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A BAHAMAS-based asset
manager has been appointed
as a director of Dynasty Gam-
ing Inc, an online gaming oper-
ation.

Robert Nihon, managing
director of Bahamas-based
Nihon Global Partners, has
taken up his post with Dynasty
with effect from January 1,
2007.

Nihon Global Partners is a
private family office that man-
ages the capital of the Robert
A. Nihon Family and a select
group of individuals and insti-
tutional investors in the areas

of asset management, real
estate, private equity, venture
capital and infrastructure.

In his role with Nihon Glob-
al Partners, Mr Nihon is
involved in analysing opportu-,
nities in asset management,
infrastructure and private equi-
ty. g

His expertise has been in
technology and Internet-relat-
ed enterprises, as well as sports
and athletic-related invest-
ments, specifically components
product development and mar-
keting...

Albert Barbusci, chief exec-

utive of Dynasty, said ina
statement: “We are delighted
to add Robert to our Board.

-Over and above his expertise,

he will provide our company
with access to an impressive
roster of national and interna-
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Baker’s Bay marina may
complete in 12 months

He added that some initial planning and layout

FROM page 1B

dict, which dealt with the substantive issues and
merits of its case.

Meanwhile, Dr Marshall told The Tribune yes-
terday that some 200 persons were employed at
Baker’s Bay currently, dealing mainly with infra-
structure installation. .

The marina, he added, was at the early stages of
excavation, with Discovery Land Company per-
forming exploratory testing on rock hardness and
other things.

“We’ve got about 200 persons employed now,
115 on the Baker’s Bay side and the remainder
with the contractors working on the marina,
roads, and utilities installation, that type of thing,”
Dr Marshall said. ea











work for the proposed golf course had been done,
and the project was likely “back to full speed” fol-
lowing the Christmas break.

Dr Marshall said Baker’s Bay was contributing

“thousands of dollars on a monthly basis” to the
Abaco economy, both in terms of purchases
made, services hired, employee wages and spend-
ing. . :
He added that the projected economic impact
from the project was “coming into fruition”, and
interest in Baker’s Bay from prospective lot and
real estate buyers remained strong.

“] think interest in the sites, the property and
the overall development remains very high,” Dr
Marshall said. “We've had folks come in, and
are gearing up for even more to come in and see

if they’re interested in buying.” a
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applications for the following position:

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Serves as the Voucher Examiner responsible for examining and processing
a variety of vouchers submission to the certifying officer. The Voucher

Examiner also serves as the back up to the Chief Time-Keeper.

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- An Associate Degree in the area of Accounting or Finance.

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hia

Anchor projects must not
‘overwhelm’ Family Islands

AHAMAS ELECTRICITY CORPORATION

IMPORTANT NOTICE

The General Public is advised that the Bahamas Electricity Corporation
will be performing disconnection activities in the following areas:

Paradise Island, Eastern Road, High Vista, Johnson Estate, Valentine
Subdivision, Dick’s Point, San Souci, Winton Meadows, West Bay St.,
Skyline Drive, Prospect Ridge, Cable Beach, Delaport Point, Sandy Port,
Tropical Gardens, Gambier Heights, Coral Harbour, Lyford Cay,
Centerville, Hawkins Hill, Palmdale, Wulff Road, Twynam Heights,
Hillside Park, Mackey St., Shirley St., Murphy Ville and Montague
Village.

All consumers with overdue accounts are advised to pay the arrears on
their electricity accounts immediately, in order to avoid the disconnection
of your electrical service. :

The public is also advised that all overdue payments should be made
directly to the Corporation. Those payments can be made at Head Office on
Blue Hill and Tucker Roads, the Mall at Marathon or the main Post Office

on East Hill Street.

Be ey ea

PRIME COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ON MACKEY STREET





























SSN SAG

LAND: 16,461 square feet
BUILDINGS: 7,788 square feet

High traffic location perfect for numerous commercial operations
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INTERNATIONAL BANK

CAREER OPPORTUNITY

for |

Investment Manager
Bahamas

Qualifications:



Recognised Investment qualification (e.g. Chartered Financial Analyst).
Professional Qualification in Banking or Accounting.
¢ Thorough knowledge of Investment and Captive Insurance operations.
e Full awareness of the local and international competitive environments.
© Detailed and technical knowledge of Investment management and the Bank’s
investment product range as it relates to non-residents/ non-nationals,
International Business Companies and Captives.
-e Sound experience in global capital markets
° Good knowledge of specific sales management and business development
processes.
Understanding the qualitative and quantitative aspects of investment
management. Including Alfa, Beta and Total Return considerations and
analytical depth in respect of their impact on sector allocations and individual
stock picks



General Requirements/Responsibilities:

° Must have a minimum of 5 years international investment portfolio
management or financial advisory experience

° Must have experience of, or at least be at ease with clients from differing
social, religious, ethnic and cultural backgrounds.

° Must be totally at ease with the concept of personal affluence and high-net
worth clients.

¢ Experience of selling other banking and / or regulated products is desirable.

° Must be able to deliver a high level of service providing expert investment
advice and execution to the Bank’s investment clients, with the aim of
developing significant sales and new business, covering investment and
fiduciary services and the cross-selling of other banking services.

° Proven track record in providing investment recommendations to both
corporate and personal clients as well as client performance reporting. This
includes a full understanding of the mathematical and statistical basis of
portfolio diversification.

Applicants are requested to submit their resume with a cover letter via email by
January 12th, 2007 to: deangelia.deleveaux@FirstCaribbeanBank.com

FirstCaribbean International Bank (Bahamas) Limited thanks all applicants
for their interest, however only those under consideration will be contacted.



FROM page 1B

industry workers - and Bahami-
ans in general - in foreign lan-
guages would be “key” to the
Ministry’s plans to diversify the
country’s arrivals base.

The Ministry was currently
focusing on China, Canada,
Europe and Latin America as
markets from which thre
Bahamas could attract increas-
ing numbers of tourists, thus
reducing its reliance on the US,
which currently provides
around 85 per cent of all visi-
tors.

Mr Thompson said the Min-
istry was operating a language
cadet programme, with 16 stu-
dents in the high school system
learning French and Spanish.

Between January and Octo-
ber, once every week they were
working in resorts such as
Atlantis, the British Colonial
Hilton and Lyford Cay Club,
and in businesses such as Dol-
phin Encounters and Stuart
Cove’s, to gain experience in
the tourism industry.

Then, in the summer, the 16
would do a four-week “immer-
sion” stay in Spain, France, Cos-

ta Rica and Mexico to hone

their language skills, with Mr *
’ Thompson explaining that the

programme was designed to
steer the students to a career in
tourism as well as speak a for-
eign language.

The deputy director-general
added that the Bahamas “can’t
expect” non-English speaking
tourists to visit its shores if
workers in the industry, and
Bahamians in general, did not
speak their language. A failure
to achieve this, he said, would
make the Bahamas uncompeti-
tive.

Kerzner International is cur-
rently seeking 3,0000 new full-
time employees for its Phase HI
expansion at Atlantis when
completed, and the labour
needs of other projects such as
Baha Mar and the Rose Island
Ritz-Carlton have raised doubts
over whether the Bahamian
workforce will be able to meet
these demands.

Mr Thompson said: “What
we are doing is making sure we
are talking to students when
they are unsure about what they
want to do.

Progressive medical practice requires the services
of an accountant with the following qualifications:

1. CPA or BSc with a minimum of 5 years

experience.

2. Working knowledge of all Quickbooks modules.

3. Bahamian citizenship.

Please email response to

infol @gtbahamas.com



The Bahamas Technical ef, Vocational Institute

will be offering

a certificate in

Advanced Electronics

“There are so many things
young children are interested
in that have a tourist compo-
nent. We just have to show
them the way.”

He described tourism as a
“dynamic industry” that was
evolving rapidly, and the sector
now encompassed both tradi-
tional front-of-house jobs and
those that were non-traditional
in respect to the industry.

Among those defined as non-
traditional by Mr Thompson}
were website designers, graphic

’ artists and TV producers.

“We don’t want to treat it
[tourism] as our number one
industry and that’s kind of sad,”
Mr Thompson said. “It’s looked
at as an industry where you put
people who can’t do anything
else. We need to get the best
and brightest.

“Tourism is the number one
industry. We’ve got to make
sure we preserve it. The envi-
ronment has to be kept pristine,
the service levels have to be
kept constant, and we must be
the destination of choice.”

The tourism industry globally
was becoming increasingly com-
petitive, and Mr Thompson said
the expectations of visitors com-
ing to the Bahamas must be
matched or exceeded during
their stay, especially given the
high cost of vacations in this
nation.

Mr Thompson disagreed with
claims that there were not
enough Bahamian middle man-
agers in the industry, and urged
professionals in the sector to
increase their international
exposure by working abroad.

“We as Bahamians have to
take advantage of the opportu-
nities, not stay at home and not
be as comfortable as we want
to be,” Mr Thompson said.
“That means moving around. If
you want a leadership role in
the industry, you have to
become a global player.”

He added that another ques-
tions yet to be resolved was how
to increase Bahamian owner-
ship in the tourism industry, and «
increase linkages with other sec- ~
tors of the economy, especially
the agriculture, handicrafts and
souvenir industry.



Pre-requisite: Basic Electromic Certificate

(from BTV ora recognized Institute)

lasses begin: January 04, 2007

Classes offered: Microprocessors (Evening)
Communications Systems (Evening)

For more information, please contact: (242)
502-6382





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PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT | ee eee ee oA AS.
Computer Offerings - Spring Semester 2007

The following Personal Development courses have been approved
by the Academic Board for COB credit courses equivalencies.











ACCA900 - Accounting for Beginners I
ACCA901 — Accounting for Beginners II

MGMT 900 -Human Resource Management I
MGMT901— Human Resource Management II












. oqe % COMPUTER APPLICATIONS J EFFECTIVE POWERPOINT QUICKBOOKS
Students may continue to utilize the courses aS a means of profes sional This course is for the beginner who knows = PRESENTATIONS This course trains new and existing small
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1 1 1 1 understand how it works.. This course participants with an overview of the employees) in organizing and managing their
development in both p rivate and p ublic SEC tors with the added covers the major computer concepts with fundamentals of Microsoft PowerPoint. It accounting using QuickBooks Pro software.
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: (l) Microsoft Office - Word Processing ; customer, vendor and employee files.
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{iil) Microsoft Access - Database : Date: Thursday, 8th March 2007 Pre-requisite: None
Management. Time: 9:30am - 4:30pm Begins: Tuesday, 27th February 2007
Duration: 1 day Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Pre-requisite: None Venue: CEES Computer Lab Duration: 6 weeks
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; rOOpm - 9:00pm Fees: $330.00
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Pre-requisite: None
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ya4 11 December 2006 (— ond aE 2007 This course covers the advanced concepts 2007 computer fiterate and have
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, (iil) Microsoft Access - Database Time: 9:30am - 4:30pm
Management. . PC UPGRADE AND REPAIR Duration: 2 days
___ This course is a hands-on introduction to Venue: CEES Computer Lah
BRS ts ey Sth aE TY 2007 Pre-requisite: Computer Applications | technology systems for use in information Fees: $550.00
' Begins: Thursday, 8th February, 2007 — environments. The course will cover the
; Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm following topics: Basic Hardware, Operating
Duration: 12 weeks Systems, Troubleshooting and Repairs.






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; ACCA902 01.~— ACCA FOR BEGINNERS Il 6:00-8:00pm Tue/Thurs 13-Feb 10wks $300
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personal satisfaction. With your success CUST900 01 ~—- SUPERIOR CUSTOMER SERVICE W/S 9:30am-4:30pm Thurs -22-Feb tday $170
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‘COMP903. = 01 ~—s INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY | 6:00-9:00pm Wed 7-Feb 12 wks $450
COMP 941 01 QUICKBOOKS 6:00-9:00pm Tue 27-Feb 6 wks $330
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FREEPORT NASSAU
11A East Coral Road, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box F-42312 P.O. Box CB-12072
Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471 » Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047

Pager: (242) 340-8043 e Fax: (242) 373-3005 Pager: (242) 340-8043 Fax: (242) 340-8034























Cynthia Louise Henfield, 73 Baby Kenrad Nathaniel

Aldeyne Bain, 2










of Strachan Subdivision off Soldier Road, and :
formerly Of Turks and Caicos Islands, W. L, }
died at the Princess Margaret Hospital on :
Wednesday, December 27th, 2006.3

of Podoleo Streét, died on Market Street on
Wednesday, December 20th, 2006.















He is survived by his Parents: Adeline Fenelus
and Kenyatta Bain, Grand Parents: Miriam
Gooding, Harvey Bain, and Johnny Fenelus,
Great Grand Parents: Vera Cole and
Melvera Lockhart, Aunts: Louise, Marlene,
Natasha, Julie, Julianne, Christine, Velonique,
Rima, Harita, Aaliyah, Acela, and Claudia,
Uncles: Shaka, Sharad, Thomas, Mell,
Rigobert, and Wilner, Grand Aunts: Caroline,







She is survived by Four Sons: Norman, Milton, :
Lealon and Vernon Henfield,
Gloria and Judith Henfield, Shirleen Clarke, :
Maxine Robinson and Thelma Vanalstine, Four :
Sisters: Enith and Annis Henfield, Hessie :
Arthur, and Lilleth Harvey, :
Alphas Smith, Fourteen Nieces, Twenty-Four :
Nephews, and a host of other Relatives and ;








Friends. : Sharon, Debbie, Stacey, and Marieta, Grand Uncles including: George and
/ , : Pierre, Cousins: Jameah, Calvin Jr., Antoinique, Deval, Jolisa, Chastanique,
Funeral arrangements will be announced later. ! Vanron, Vance Jr., Alana, Thomas Jr., Diamond, Jade, and Jadin, God Parents:

) : Shemica, Edith, Mandy, Christine, Annie, Cashmere, Troy, Glen, Dleunol,
: Gregory Jr., Lindling, Aldean, Alvin, Kamon, and Benson, and a host of other
Relatives and Friends.




Darron Kirk Adderley, 26 Funeral arrangements will be announced later.



































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died a the Pancess Margaret Hospital of 8 ee
Thursday, December 28°", 2006. - omic FA —

He is survived by his Parents: Lavenia and }
Desmond Adderley Sr., Brothers: ‘Desmond :
Jr. and Clayton Adderley, Malcolm Morley,
Philip Farrington Sr., and Brian Swann Sr., :
Sisters: Sherry Swann of Ft. Lauderdale, Fl, }
Ethlyn, Emmerine, Ruth, and Trena Adderley, ;
and Felita Williams, Uncles: Pastor Rev. Leon :
Williams, Cedric Williams of Freeport, G. B., :
James Williams, Kelley Adderley, Bishop Alfred
Rolle, James Brown of Waterford, Eleuthera, and Elder Zipporah Coffee of :
Georgia, Aunts: Ivaleen Brown, Evangelist Rosalee Rolle, Missionary Genneth }
Coffee of Waycross, Georgia, Bishop Cicely Williams, Willimae Williams-
Munnings, Velma Grant and Mavis Williams, Nieces and Nephews: Shenique : |
and Sherry Marie Adderley, Sheranton and Brinishka Swann, Ashley Adderley, : }
Rayshoma Duncombe, Sherika and Angelina Carrice, Phillipa and Tracey : §
Farrington, and Malkeisha Morley, Marion and Demetrie Thomas, Brian,
Brendan, Ryan, and Luke Swann, Jevon Brown, Tyrone Adderley, Philip :
Farrington Jr., Stephen Newbold, Jr., and Otis Adderley, Grand Uncles: Pastor ;
Richard Thurston, Briston Thurston of Florida, Lewis Thurston of Freeport, :
and Bernal Thurston, Grand Aunts: Rey. Dorothy Thurston, Eunice Williams, : > :
Francis Bullard, Ellen and Amita Thurston, Numerous Cousins including: Lo VIN.
Demetrie Brown, Maxine Brown-Taylor, Cindy Williams of Whymss Bight, :
Prophet Remington Rolle, Kristian Coffee of Waycross, Georgia, and Elkea }
Coakley, Special Friends: Kenyatta Gibson, Carl Bethel and Family, Rev. Dr
Mavis Thompson and Family, Church of God of Prophecy, Rock Crusher Road
Roxbury Family, Bishop George and Prophciess Savaletta Fowler and the Fina
Hour Apostolic Family.



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uneral arrangements will be announced laicr. i

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Nassau, N.P., The Bahamas



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FREEPORT NASSAU
i 11A East Coral Road, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box F-42312 P.O. Box CB-12072



Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047

Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471
Pager: (242) 340-8043 ¢ Fax: (242) 340-8034

Feat (242) 340-8043 ¢ Fax: (242) 373-3005
DEATH ANNOUNCEMENTS

ILL HAROLD LIVESEY
“SHORT PANTS”
RODGERS Jr. 33°, 66

4 OF #11 YEOMAN WOODS, FREEPORT,
GRAND BAHAMA, FORMERLY OF
MANGROVE CAY, ANDROS DIED AT THE
RAND MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ON MONDAY,
JANUARY Ist, 2007





He is survived by his wife: Althea Rodgers; 2
Daughters: Laurene Rodgers-Dukes of Miami,
Florida and Veronique Lightbourne of Nassau,
Bahamas; 2 Sons: Zhivago Rodgers of Cancun, Mexico and Hakakaquez Rodgers

of Miami, Florida; 3 Sisters: Eleanor Johnson and Cleoria McKenzie of Long Bay
Cays, South Andros and Millis Maria Rodgers of Miami, Florida; 2 Brothers:
Alfonso Rodgers of Tampa, Florida and Herman Rodgers of Nassau, Bahamas; 16
Grand children; 3 Great grandchildren and A Host of Other Relatives & Friends.



FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT A LATER DATE.

MRS. FLORETTA
BECKFORD GIBSON, 87

OF #406 NANSON AVENUE, FREEPORT,
GRAND BAHAMA AND FORMERLY OF
SIMMS LONG ISLAND & WINSOR PLACE,
OFF SOLIDER ROAD, NASSAU DIED AT THE
RAND MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ON
TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2007

She is survived by her husband: Rev. Raymond
Eric Gibson; Sons: Sidney, Levi, Eugene and
John; Daughters: Queenie & Edith Gibson, Enid

Francois and Patricia Hepburn; Numerous Nieces,
Neahiews: and a Host of Other Relatives & Friends



FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT A LATER DATE.

MS. NICOLA MARIE
FARRINGTON, 44

) OF #272 JOHN RUT LANE, FREEPORT,
| GRAND BAHAMA, FORMERLY OF NASSAU,
BAHAMAS DIED AT THE PRINCESS
MARGARET HOSPITAL ON, SATURDAY,
DECEMBER 30th, 2006

She is survived by her Sisters: Antoinette, Maria,
Anishka, Kiesha and Sally; Brothers: Steven,
Michael, Charles, Trevor, Troy and Terrell; Aunts:
Ruth, Arlaine, Stephanie and Bernadette; Uncle:
Kevin; Numerous Nieces, Nephews and A Host Of Other Relatives & Friends.



FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT A}. ATER DATE. |

i



TO SIR SENN GR TANTEI A IOUS WAR AADIOREN ALIMENT: IVS



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THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES



A FUNERAL SERVICE FOR THE LATE.

JOAN EUNICE
ALBURY, 83

* of Buen Retiro Road,
Nassau, The Bahamas who
| died on December 31, 2006
at her residence, will be
held at Ebenezer Methodist
Church, East Shirley Street,
Nassau, on Friday, 5th
Janaury, 2007 at 3:00 p.m.



Pastor Martin Loyley and Reverend Charles A.
Sweeting will officiate and interment will be in
Ebenezer Methodist Cemetery, East Shirley Street,
Nassau.

Mrs. Albury is predeceased by her husband, Dr. E.
Paul Albury; brothers, Philip, Frederick, Lester, Neville |
and Godfrey Brown; a sister, Angela Brown and is
survived by her sons, Daniel and Lester Albury;.
daughters, Anne Lawlor and Elizabeth Smith;
orandsons, Benjamin and Paul Albury; granddaughters,
Lisa and Vikki Lawlor, Cathie Dorton, Susan Lakeman, |
Kristen Albury, Laura and Sarah Smith; great
granddaughter, Deija Albury; great grandson,
Christopher Lawlor; brothers, Anton and Geoffrey
Brown Sr.; sisters, Barbara and Sylvia Brown; son-
in-law, James Lawlor; daughter-in-law, Denise Albury,
grand daughter-in-law, Carla Albury; sisters-in-law,
Dorothea, Mary and Geraldine Brown, Janet Brown,
Mary Alice Brown, Louise and Lorraine Albury;
numerous nephews, nieces, cousins and many other
relatives and special friends including, Marsha Stewart,
Nancy Cleare, Violet Esfakis and Pearline Adderley,
Bruce Smith, Rosamund Sandbrook, Alice Bates and
Maxine Kerr and Bridgette Knowles (Deceased).

Instead of flowers the family request that donations
be made to The Bahamas Historical Society, P.O. Box
SS-6833, Nassau, Bahamas in memory of Joan E.
Aibury

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THE TRIBUNE. OBITUARIES.

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VERNERVA MARGARET
BROWN, 86

of Infantview Road and formerly of Marsh
Harbour, Abaco, will be held on Saturday
at 11:00 a.m. at St. Michael's Methodist
Church, Churchill Avenue. Officiating will
be Rev. Phillip A. Stubbs, assisted by
President Mrs. Kenris Carey, Rev. Dr. Colin
A. Archer and Rev. Carl Campbell.
Interment will follow in Ebenezer
Cemetery, Shirley Street.













She is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Catherine and Geoffrey
McPhee; grandchildren, Kim Dean, Marcella and Austin Wilson, Alexis
and Terika Dean, Natasha Huyler, Benjamin and Christopher McPhee;
great grandchildren, Felicianna, Easternee and Valchino Williams,
Anthonique Armett, La'Vonne Ferguson, Aysha, Alexis and Alijah Dean:
nine great, great grandchildren, sisters-in-law; Pecola Mackey, Francina
Butler-Watson, Cathleen Butler; brothers-in-law, Herman Nixon,
Alexander, William and Epheus Butler; nephews and nieces, Paula
Farrington A.Leonard Archer, Genevieve Coverley, Shirley Archer,
Bridgette Sands, Jocelyn Malcolm, Trevor and Rochelle Archer, Marina
Greaves and a host of relatives and friends including Valderine and
Jenny Smith, Michelle Brennen, Diane Ferguson, Rev. Carl Campbell,
Rupert and Fay Culmer and family, Barbara Faure, Maria, Michael and
Ardeina Kelley and family, Steve and Rita Ramsey, Karen Ramsey and
family, Eloise Huyler, Maxwell and Philip Walkes, Blaise Taylor, Maria
Davis, James L. Davis, Bloneva Johnson, Charles and William Anthony
Davis, Elvita Butler and family, Rosemary Williams and family, Norma
Lightbourne and family, Rosemund Williams and family, Leonard
"Skinny Archer, Dorie Strachan, Andrea Archer and family, Dr. Trevor
Jupp and family, Roslyn Neely, the Eves, the Archer-Moss-Hudson-
McCloud families; Eloise Eneas and family, Hannah Farrington, Maria
Turner, Sybil Turner, Sybil Blyden, Patricia Archer and family, Christine
Fountain, Vernica Gibson, Harcourt Rolle, Fred Neely, Pearl McFarlene
and family, Sterling and Christine Hanna, Maggie Harrison and family,
Peter and Patricia Curry and family, Joyce Sands; caregiver Gloria Forde,
Rev. Philip Stubbs and the St. Michael's Methodist Church family.























Friends may pay their last respects at East Sunrise Mortuary, #27 Rosetta
Street, Palmdale from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Friday and from 10:00

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a.m. on Saturday at the church until service time.

RUDOLPH HALL, 53

of Palmetto Point, Eleuthera will be held
) on Saturday at 10 am at Wesley Methodist
Church, North Palmetto Point. Officiating
| will be Rev. Godfrey Bethel and interment
| will follow in Margaret View Cemetery.

| He is survived by his father, Asa Bethel;
his mother, Erma Bethel; step father,
- ©] Fredwill Bethel; adoptive parents, Hubert
7 and Lucy Hall (both deceased); son,
Reginald Bodie; brothers and sisters, Delores
Major, Asa Bethel Jr., Danny Bethel, Jewel Sands, Jean Johnson, Nigel
Bethel, Nancy Summer, Joy Bethel, Gladwin Bethel, Edith Owens,
Brendalee Delancey and Sherry Bethel; nieces and nephews,
Demetria, Tiffany and Jared Major, Krysua, Mtetwa, Jason and J arell
Sands, Dominique Humes, Deaiko and Denzell Bethel, Danyelle and
Michael Bethel, Rahjan Johnson, Dianzo Bethel and Tyler Jones; uncles,
Joshua Culmer Jr., JP., Pastor Allan Thompson; Aunts, Rennie Thompson:
Janey Bethel, Agatha Culmer; cousins, Eric Sands, Christopher Sands,
Emory Sands, Velda Campbell, Evelyn Winder, Anne Darlings, Wilshire
Bethel, Kenneth Bethel, Churchill Bethel, Keith Bethel, Joan Mitchell,
Leona Strachan, Marie Thompson, Michelle Lui, Elaine Bethel, Antoinette
Bethel, Enid Albury, Marvin Bethel, Gary Bethel, Michael Bethel,
Ethelee Thompson, Garth Thompson, Carrie Thompson, Noel Thompson,
Barbara Thompson, Gail Kelly, Cheryl Thompson, Paula Smith, Mathew
Thompson, Yvette Culmer, Tanya Culmer, Charles and Anthony Culmer,
Regina Hall, Rodwell, Reggie and Johnny Knowles; extended family
and friends; Hon Philip Bethel and Mrs Bethel, Rosie Bodie, Kingsley
Bethel, Normalee Johnson, Branford Ingraham, Zelma Bethel, Peggy jf
Cooper. Harold Cooper Jr., Brian Cooper, Churchill Ingraham, Albert
Knowles, Eldon Hutcheson, Gloria Moss, Garfield Deal, Winsett Cooper,
Elvis Cooper, Evadne Greene, The Staff of Batelco, The Community of
North and South Palmetto Point.

Friends may pay their last respects at East Sunrise Mortuary, #27 Rosetta
Street, Palmdale from 4pm to 6pm on Thursday and at the Church in
Palmetto Point from 3pm on Friday until service time on Saturday.

Bae Na els





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Kemp, Jimmy and Kevin Francois, James Oxmia Clifton Francis and









Cherise, Mark, Markell and Tyrese Miller, Calantha, Philicia and Philip
Ambrose, Lil Lee, R'janee, Eddynah, Auhlicia, Tavonte and T.J.,

Jill, Marvin, Troy and Calvin Davis Jr., Evangelist Eleanor Darville,
Bert Williams Sr. and family of Dundas Town, Philip, Leroy, Reuben,
Bernard and Catharine Smith, Margaret, Priscilla and Michael Johnson.






| Mrs. Alexandra Mallis-Lynch and family, Michael Halkitis M.P. and
: family, Standford and Maureen Oliver and family, Bishop Stanley
| Seymour and family, Almando and Punchetta Taylor and family, Bishop
| Rudolph Arthur and family, Pastor Keith Palmer and family father
| Dwight Bowe and family, Rochelle Minis, Anthony and Jenny Laing
and family, Edison and Vanda Capron and family, The Hon. Frank
| Watson and family, Management and staff of Department of Social
: Services, Management and staff of Customs Department in Grand
| Bahama, Church of God of Prophecy Hawksbill family, St. James
: Anglican Church family, Adelaide seventh-Day Adventist church family,
: the entire Adelaide community, other relatives and friends too numerous
: to mention.



| Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at Riverside Funeral
| Chapel Market Street and Bimini Avenue on Friday from 2 pm until 7
: pm and at the church on Saturday 9:30 am until service time.



will be held on Saturday 6 January |
2007 at 11:00 am at Church of God
of Prophecy Officiating will be |
Bishop: Rudolph Arthur assisted by |
Bishop Rupert Johnson, Rev Carol |
Johnson and Pastor Keith Palmer; :
Interment will follow in the Adelaide

Emmo will always be lovingly |
remebered and continuously linger |
in the hearts of those who loved and |
cherished him. Left to mourn and cherish his memory are the following; |
his mother, Julita Ingraham; father, Emerson Johnson Sr.; stepmother, ;
Christine Johnson; foster mothers, Alexandra Mallis-Lynch and Jan |
Riley; three sisters, Leisa, Tiska, Felicia and foster sister, Jill Bullard;
five brothers, Jason, Ryan, Carlos, Michael and Emerson Johnson Jr.;
nieces, Tiesha, Deja, Delicia; two nephews; six aunts, Mispah Munnings,
Deidre Davis, Viola and Audrey Smith, Leanora Ward and Joanna
Munnings; ten uncles, Harold, Jack, Osborne, Holdston, Bishop Rupert :
and Reverend Carol Johnson, Standford Sr, Hansel, Vernal and Ricardo ;
Smith; brother-in-law, Deon Brown; sister-in-law, Shequela Johnson,
aunts-in-law, Leah and Terecita Smith; foster brothers, Dominique |
law, Anthony, Leslie, Larry, Elvis, Ira, Patrick, Lynden, Trevor and
Andy Laing, grand uncles, Vernal Rolle and family, Sidney Rolle and ;
family, Brian Rolle and family, Rev. Bernard Rolle and family, grand |
aunts, Lucy Evans Century Rolle and God Parents, Leona Fowler and |
George Clarke; God sisters, Marge Bullard and Merlene Smith and a
host of relatives and friends including, Samuel, Cindy, Samuel Jr., |
Samantha, Charles, Sanyu and Alexis Kemp, Angela, Hendrea, Latoya
Lavardo, Kirkland, Marco Standford Jr., Clarissa, Diane, Marvin Destiny,
Andre Carol Valceron, Valentino Vernell, Sandy, Tabitha, Gerard and |
Tario Smith, Portia Pratt, Charisma and Carla Sands, Edna Armbrister, |
Frederick and Fabian Ward, Bradinique, Bradley Jr., Brittany Munnings,



Eric, Anthony and Fanny, Vernice, Dennis, Sam and the Stuart and
' Rolle families.
Vernique, Vandrea Forbes, Kim Thompson, Janet Rolle, Cindy Cartwright,

| Friends may pay their last respects at Riverside Funeral Chapel, Market
| Street, and Bimini Avenue on Friday and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to
: 7:00 p.m. and on Sunday at the church from 9:00 a.m. until service
The entire Alphonso and Naomi Taylor clan, Renee Taylor, special |
friends, Jennifer, Genora and Crystal Deal, Cade, Victor, Candice, other ;
relatives and friends, Mr. Alexander and Pericles Mallis and family,

THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES










DANIEL
GIBSON, 46

| will be held on Sunday, January 7,
| 2007 at 10:00 a.m. at International
Revival Fellowship Church of God,
Montell Heights, Nassau, Bahamas.
Officiating will be Bishop Michael
A. Ferguson Sr., assisted by Pastor
Derek Ferguson and Minister John
Forbes. Interment will follow in the
Southern Cemetery, Cowpen and
Spikenard Roads.

Left to cherish his memory are his
wife, Sharon; five children, Tamika, Nathaniel, Tamico, Darnella and |
Devon; one granddaughter, Shavonne; nine brothers, Herbert, Anthony,
Patrick, Preston, Alfred, Codey, Elvis, Herman and Cordon; four sisters,
Melvern, Maureen, Sherline and Debbie; three uncles, Alan, George
and Cloyde; four aunts, Inez, Pauline, Mertis and Willamae; 11 nephews,
Hugo, Kevin, Patrick, Brian, Ian, Devardo, Romeo, Devon, Huberto,
Nardo and Alexander; 10 nieces, Kay, Natasha, Carlette, Sharine,
Lekesha, Aladsor, Tamika, Tamara, Cyntesh and Precious; mother-in-
law, Josephine Duncombe; father-in-law, Lewis Thurston; brothers-in-

Terrell; sisters-in-law, Melony, Marcia, Brendale, Monalisa, Ruth,
Naomi and Monique; numerous cousins including, Miriam, Winton,
Merlen, Lewis, John, Nathalie, Alvera, Alvers, Hervis, Edward, Linda,
Colette, Gregory, Persis, Calan, Avien, Edith, Rozelda, Unay, Brian,
Franklin. Lynden, Anthony, Maria, James, Jeffrey, Daniel, Evelyn,
Darron, Fabien, Dexter, Michelle, Alexine, Denise, Josephine, Margaret,
Benjamin, Leo. Patrice, Ricardo, Claudvaughn, Dwayne, Talleta,
Shaniqua, Elliot, Evelyn, Vernechia, Monique, Lynden, Antoine, Carmille,
Kim, Axel, Troy, Trevor, Leonard, Pauline, Dollyne, Terry, Anthony,
Michael and Floyd; numerous relatives and friends including, Teddy,

time.





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(Gverareen
rtuary

Mackey Street ¢ P.O. Box N-4404

Nassau, Bahamas
Tel: 242-394-7999 ¢ Nights 242-322-3242

me aE SERVICES



“ALEXANDER
DORSETT, 52

follow in the Southern Cemetery,
’ Cowpen & Spikenard Road.



Left to cherish fond memory are his mother, Vincie Dorsett;

2-daughters, Candida and Verinique Dorsett Thompson;
adopted mother, Viola Hepburn; 2-grand-daughters, Jonelle :
Alexandria and Morghan Lee Victoria Knowles; 4-brothers, |

John, Emmanuel, Nathaniel and Joe; 2-adopted brothers,

Graham Forbes and Sgt.510 Albert Stubbs; 7sisters, Gracie, |
Sadie, Janie, Frances, Sanfiina, Aretha and Iva; 2-step-sisters, :
Vernice and Neka; 3-uncles, Ivan Ramsey, Bertram Dorsett :
and Reuben Stubbs; 3-aunts, Eleanor and Mildred Dorsett :
and Jane Ramsey; 2-sons-in-law, Calsey Thomspon and Adam |
: Chrysanthia, D' Angelo "Tristan" Erin, Kylie, Amber, Ryan,
: Anjria, Keashe, Shiketra, Albert Jr., Mauricio, Christine,
: Daniel and Melvin; brothers-in-law, Dwayne Capron, Thomas

Knowles; 2 sisters-in-law, Indiana "Buffy" and Gwen Dorsett;
16 nephews, Glen, Anthony, Elsworth, Teddy, Wayne, Athvill,
Shawn, Quinton, Jennaine, Devanno, Mario, Nathan, Raphael,

. Ricardo, Rodney and Joel; 22-nieces, Eleanor, Physllis, Fan,
Florinda, Benise, Maxine, Michelle, Linda, Lynette, Shanelle, :
Cindy, Deandra, Nathalie, Tanya, Demetria, Nickeria, Vanessa, |
Erica, Euricka, Bianca, Darnisha and Ariah; and a host of :
other relatives and friends including, The Ramsey, Brown, |

McCoy, Hepburn, Wilson, Johnson, Stubbs, Bowleg, Saunders,
Rahming, Pratt, Poitier, Gorden, Strachan, Newbold, Miller,

Seymour, Davis, King, Thurston and Gaitors family, the |
Williams and Mizpah family, of Behring Point, Andros, Sam |
and Peggy Basden and family, Stephen Cooper and family, :
Steve Hinsey and family, Joann Cox and family, Carmen |
McIntosh and family, Shervin Bastian and family, M. P. for |

Cat Island, Phillip Brave and family, the Lassie Doe Boys,

Rev. Rudy Roberts and family, and the entire Bluff and Cat

Island Community.

Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at Evergreen 2

eR TA ne RR IR MOI RE A TE OR

of Gaitor's Cat Island will be |
held on Saturday January 6th, :
2007, at 1:00 p.m. the Bahamas |
| Harvest Church, Prince Charles |
Drive. Officiating will be Pastor. |
| Mario Moxey. Interment will :



ROAR OU Sey een Re Tee wm se ra a ms a a ake aa

: Mortuary, Located on Mackey Street opposite Minute Muffler
| from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00p.m. and on Saturday at the church

12:00 noon until service time.

REGINALD
MINNIS, 38

of Yellow Elder will be held on
Saturday January 6th, 2007 at
St. Thomas. More Catholic
Church, Madeira Street at 10:00
a.m. Officiating will be Rev.
Glen Nixton. Interment will
follow in the Southern
) Cemetery, Cowpen & Spikenard
Roads.

He is survived by his mother, Rebecca Major; 4-brothers,
Harold Jr., George, Albert and Eric; 6 sisters, Patricia,
Annamae, Fredricka, Gladys, Jennifer and Tiffany; 5-uncles,
Theo, George, John, Joshua Major; 2-aunts, Elma Gaitor and
Gloria Major; numerous nieces and nephews including, Dinel,

Francois and Pernell Gray, a host of other relatives an.i friends

including, Angelo Morley, Katie, Glendamae, Harole Nelson,
Ronald Storr, Ronita, Natasha, Gregory, Alte-., Iva:: Sandra,
Sharon, Shamone, Lynette, Stephen, Catherine, Kevis: shanell,
Portia, Dwight, Nicole, Latoya, Yasmine Miller, ' .ffelata
: Cartwright, Kevin Harrison, Stephen Miller, osem 2 Rolle,
: Blossom Williams and family, Georgianne Bethel an. family,
the Lightbourne family, Toni Rolle and family. Ste). Capron

and family, Maryann Flowers and family, Jo {l, the

Duncombe and Culmersville family, Rev. Dr. Sends apron
and the Good Samaritan Home.
: Relatives and friends may pay their last respet at | -rgreen
Mortuary, located on Mackey Street opposite ‘viinui. uffler
: on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and again at i]; church
f on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until servic time.



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CEI RAR ANOT CE ATMS:







Demeritte’s Funeral Home

THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 19

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



MINERVA McQUAY, 71



and all of the Harlem, Nassau and South Street Crew.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,
from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 a.m. i
until service time. j :

MR. MERVIN MALLOYD
KELLY, 73

& Spikenard Roads.

oot aor

NSE ele) ae

| aresident of McQuay Street, will be held at St.
Mary The Virgin Anglican Church, Virginia Street,
on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be The :
Rev'd Canon Warren H. Rolle, assisted by The }
Rev'd Deacon Theodore Hunt. Interment follows :
in Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK Drive. }
Left to cherish mom's wonderful memory are her :
mother, Mrs. Eunice Gaitor McQuay; 2 sons, Morris}
Demeritte and Dave McQuay; 3 daughters, Vealthia :
Demeritte Pigatt, Annalee Demeritte Huyler and :
Therese Demeritt and Patricia Demeritte Bethel :
and children who affectionately called her Mom; 6 grandsons, James Albury, !
Emmanuel Walden, Christian Russell, Gregory Simms, Terrence Chisholm, Dave ;
McQuay Jr.; 12 grand-daughters, Morrissa Demeritte Rolle, Diann and Phoebe :
-Demeritte, Doretha Strachan Knowles, Alicia, Melissa, Kashala, Danielle, Avania :
and Amanda Albury, Gekeria Simms; 13 great-grand children, J asmine, Kambrea, :
Phylicia, Travon, Leon, Marcus, Jamar, Davary, Ezaria, Maurice, Lehlaya, DeAngelo :
and Zamar; 2 sisters, Helen McQuay Demeritte and Susan Freeman; 2 sons-in- }
law, Anthony "Poker" Huyler and Darrick Pigatt; 1 daughter-in-law, Constance :
Demeritte; 2 brothers-in-law, Roland Demeritte and Rudolph Butler; | sister-in-
law, Marina Dean; | aunt, Francis Gaitor; 9 nephews, James King, Edwin, Leo, ;
Christopher and Albert Demeritte, Dave Dean, Jason McQuay, Michael and ;
Antonio Malcolm; 13 nieces, Agnes Walkine, Relinda Arnett, Barbara, Joan, :
Deane Demeritte, Augusta Taylor, Pauline Tucker, Janet and Latoya Williams, }
Natalia and Nadia McQuay, Antoinette and Christina Malcolm; other relatives, ;
Reginald Sweeting and family, Samuel "Mickey" Brooks, Victoria Thompson and
family, Margaret Lyons and family, Doris, George, and Claudius Gatior and ;
families, Flora Seymour and family, Albertha Collie, Curlean, Vince, Eddie, :
Beverley and Louis McQuay, Vangy Storr and family, Dianne and Leslie Lightfoot :
and families and Edison Armbrister and family friends, Ervis Rolle and family, }
Gregory Simms Sr., Phillip and Vincent Simms and families, Dianna Thompson :
and family (Wendy, Joy, Jackie, Margaret, Sylvia, Deborah and Paul), Basil Huyler :
and family, Paulette Neymour and family, Freddy Kemp and family, Patsy Taylor ;
and family, the Thurston's, Gomez's, Jennings, Huyler's and Grant's families,
Veronica McKenzie, Deloris Kemp, Ann Simmons, Gregory "Rat" Taylor, Clyde :
Seymour and family, Jessie Taylor and family, Charles Gibson, Leanna Simms ;
and family, Franklyn Smith, Candice Capron, Niketa Smith, Eric "sticks", Anthony ;
"Tinnie" and Debbie Symonette, Norma Jones, Andrew "Bronco Chicken" Russell, :

a resident of Market Street, will be held at ;
Transfiguration Baptist Church, Market and Vesey ;
Streets, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will :
be Rev'd Dr. Stephen E. Thompson, assisted by ;
Rev'd Basil Johnson and Rev'd Billy Kelly. }
Interment follows in Southern Cemetery, Cowpen

Left to cherished his memory are his wife, Inez }
Kelly of Eleuthera; two sons, Rev. Billy Kelly of Freeport, Winton Kelly of :
Eleuthera; four daughters, Bessie Kelly, Glendina Williams and Loraine Neilly ;
of Eleuthera, Belinda Dorsett of Nassau; two daughtersin-in-law, Linda Kelly of

Freeport and Bunette Kelly of Harbour Island; three sons-in-law, Victor Williams
and Patrice Neilly of Eleuthera, Stafford Dorsett of Nassau; eleven grand daughters,
Nicola, Trayette, Keshia, Sypresa, Tamira, Sha, April. Kimberley, Annika, Shanquie
and Michelle: thiteen grandsons, Andy Raymond, Stephen, Garvin, Retundo,
Victoran, Danta, Devon, Jonathan, Pathaniel, Swaim, Keino and Trevor; six grand
great grandsons and five great grand daughters; one brother, Harrison Kelly of
Eleuthera; two sisters, Maria Cash and Shirley Johnson of Nassau; one brother-
in-law. Oswald Frazer of Nassau, one sister-in-law, Geneva Kelly of Eleuthera;
twelve nephews, Leyland and Edward Cash of Nassau, Berthrum, Harris, Remond,
Londy, Terral and Craig Kelly, Jonathan and Velock Frazer and Percy Johnson
all of Nassau, Martin Albury of Eleuthera; seventeen nieces, Lophoria Kemp of
Freeport, Sylvia Cash, Karen Neilly, Wendy, Nora Taylor, Irma Carey, Ida Mackey,
Vernshia, Gaitor, Susan Durham, Dora Grant, Laura Rolle, Wyomie Johnson,
Estella Major, Eulamae Neilly, Jessie Lloyd, Bertha Sands and Joy Moss of Nassau;
numerous grand nieces and nephews including, Evelyn Johnson and family, Clayton
Kelly and family, Bishop Dudley Kelly and family, Vivian Johnson and family,
Curtis Kelly and family, Margaret Johnson and family, Mersay Cash and family,
Isis Williams, Ivory Hepburn and family, Jona Kelly and family, Angelia Hepburn
and family, Lucinda Deveaux and family, Candace Kelly and family, Janet Albury
and family, Monique, Maria, Lynden and Oscar, Shanikqua and Tonique and other
dear friends including, Ms. Alvina Jones, the doctors and nurses on Granville Bain
Orthopaedic Ward of P.M. H., the staff of Bahams Electricy Corporation, Social
Services Staff of Nassau and the entire community of Lower Bogue, Eleuthera.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,
from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 10:00
a.m. until service time.

x

Donald Williams age 47, formerly of Jamaica died
suddenly at his residence, Atlanta, Georgia, USA on
-December 31, 2006. He attended St. Anne’s primary and
high schools up to 1974. He survived by. Wife, Audrey;

two son, Marc16, Brian 9; brother, Peter; sister, |
Karlene, parents AC and Lena Williams, as well as host
of relatives and friends in The Bahamas.



Funeral service will be held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
in Atlanta on Saturday January 6th, 2007 at 11:00a.m.

RAITT





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yy.tims, sunroof, AC, cd/tape deck, tan
eather interior, very clean, exc.



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So 1997 Honda Accord EX,
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- 2002 Gmc Envoy






















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or 466-1258




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pwr, 22” chrome rims,

BBF #273 1998 Park Ave,
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sound system,











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PDL, P/Seats, 3.0 liter V6, $7,900.00





-1996 HONDA INSPIRE
Champagne with brown interior
$2,500.00 Sold As Is
Tel: 361-1238 |

TRIB #117







PLAY STATION = Oe New in box 60 GB-
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Clean title, 4 door, sliver, AC, 27,000 miles

Tel: 392-3072 Cell: 636-0049/477-6501

BBF #113

2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee,
A/C, pwr locks & windows, alarm,
$10,000,

Call: 535-5662 or 502-6540

BBF #187
2003 Ford Escape XLT,
83K miles, clean tiltle, just licensed,
6,000,
Call: 324-6419 day, 361-7451, 454-1516

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1998 Dodge Stratus,
CD, A/C, pwr everything,
$5,000,
Call: 323-4957 or 359-0560



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; 2002 Lancer,
clean title, A/C, Pioneer CD, just like new,

Call: 424-6705 Mr. Collie, _

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2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee,
14K miles, clean title, white, fully loaded,
$32,000,
Call: 322-2316





RIB #773

1996 HONDA ACCORD
Green with light green interior
Power everything, AC, CD player, auto,
Good condition, Fully laoded
$5200.00 ONO
Tel: 322-7391 Cell: 465-6613

BBF #199
2006 Dodge Durango,
20” dodge chrome rims, grey Ithr int. 3rd row
seat, clean title never mash fully pwr, $35,000,
Call: 364-2032 or 636-5726



BBF #203

1997 Honda Accord,
automatic, fully pwr, cd player, AC
asking $5,700,

Call 557-4932

5
1997 Buick Park Avenue,
excellent condition, black with tan interior, V6,
Remote entry, deep dish 20’s
, Price, $9,500 OBO
also

1997 Cadillac Deulle, clean title, pearl white
with tan leather, plenty extras, V8, chrome rims,
asking $10,000 OBO
Call 454-4647 or 325-4329.or 434-0758













BBF #206
1996 Chevy Trailblazer,
burgundy, excellent condition, leather interior,
cd/fm radio, running very good, ‘
asking $6,000 ONO
Call 324-0530 or 434-5792



Mitsubishi Lancer Evo
111turbo, metallic black, 88km or 55,000
miles,manual transmission,
Call 393-6081 9-5pm or 456-0819

BBF #208

2006 Volkswagon Jetta,
metallic blue, 35km or 21miles, tape and cd
player, automatic transmission, brand new, call
393-6081 9-5pm
after 5pm 456-0819

2002 Dodge Ram,
Traders welcome with cash, must see to
appreciate, original sports,
Price $16,000 ono
Call 427-4037



BBF #261
2000 Chevy Malibu,
silver with grey interior, A/C, cd, 18"rims, fully
pwr, llicensed until uly 2007. Asking $6,500
Call 465-3060/364-7060 (day)
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BBF #260
2000 Lincoln Town Car,
fully loaded,
asking $15,000 ONO
Call 356-5796











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BBF #243
2003 GMC Envoy,
black, low miles, 3rd row seat, DVD,
fully pwr, Ithr interior,
$24,000,
Call: 552-1823/327-2009

SS
BBF #250

2002 Dodge Dakoia, -

very clean 20” rims, sound system, A/C, clean

title, solid work or play truck,
$18,500,

Call: 454-2761 or 341-8130

BBF #258
; 2002 Maxima,
Automatic, fully loaded, 20” chrome rims,
cd player, asking $16,500
OBO, clean title,
Call 364-1884 or 535-1056

BBF #274



1996 Honda Accord,
sunroof, standard shift, vetch, AC, cd player,
HID Headlights, pwr everything,

_. . asking $5,000 ONO
Call 436-5395 or 423-5230







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1999 Ford Explorer RIB #126 AB f27 :
Eddie Bauer 5.0L V8 ie ORE toe eed Oe aaah ee erieterS He 1997 FORD EXPEDITION SUV
ue wi ue interior, 4 door, AC, CD, cle rey with dark grey interior, oor coupe ; roan betes
Sunroof, CD Changer, Leather Seats title, Like new, low mileage Asking $9,000.00 y ied P 4.6, Green with beige interior,



$5,000.00 %
standard shift, AC, sound system, alarm,
Good condition.
Tel: 393-1128

$8,500.00
Garage kept, Good condition in & out, cold air,
serviced every 3,000 miles, CD & tape, two zone
air, hitch ball for towing
Tel: 326-0237 Cell: 359-1023





A/C, PW, PL, Factory Alarm System
Price $9,990.00
Call 362-1321 or 457-1376

2002 MUSTANG GT, Fully loaded $16,000.00
1998 LESABRE, sound system, AC, CD, 20”
chrome rims, clean title $9,000.00

Tel: 364-3691 Cell: 557-1205









A002 FORD F150 SUPERCREW LARIAT 1995 ACURA INTEGRA RIB #681
Red with grey interior, 4 doors. fully loaded 1995 MERCEDES BENZ C- 220 Gold with black interior, 2 door coupe, gold with 2001 CHEVY LUMINA
very clean, Cold Ac, FM-radio/CD player Gold with beige leather interior carbon fiber agree aegy turbo kit, tein Burgundy with grey interior
clean title, runs & drives excellent, $7,000.00 ONO 18” brdnde nine, too much to list oni dedens re ane ; head
low miles 47K, Tel: 362-1100 Cell: 362-0187 $11,000.00 ONO ad mae i. . Hook epeakers a eteet manning
000. unit, u r speakers, running.

Priced at $15,500.00 ONO

Call: 552-8272, 323-5196 or 356-3953 Cell: 424-3112 or 454-9000

condition. Cell: 477-4399 or 565-0197














RIB #130
2003 MITSUBISHI EVOLUTION 8
grey with black interior, 4 door sports sedan.
$3500.00 ONO
Silver with many carbon fiber accessories,
turbo, fully modified, in dash TV, too many too
list. Only one on the island
Cell: 424-3112 or 454-9000

1
2001 FORD EXPLORER
Limited Addition, Pearl exterior, sunroof, leather
interior, alarm, AC, low miles,(6)CD player/tape,
computerize, fully loaded, Just from the US,
One owner, family leaving Island.
Asking $14,500.00 ONO
Tel: 327-5026 cell: 422-6743

2003 FORD F-150
Silver with grey interior ,4 door.
$21,000.00 OBO
Tinted, very cold AC, CD, alarm w/remote start
(including window rollup)
Cell: 457-3100

RIB #223
1994 DODGE CARAVAN 3.0L V6
AC, Good condition
$3,000.00 price negotiable
Telephone 395-81 14/423-0409/324-9694



RIB #116

1997 TOYOTA COROLLA ! ~ RIB #131
Lavender with grey interior, 4 door — :

1999 ISUZU RODEO
Pearl white with beige interior



1998 TOYOTA ALTEZZA

$3,000.00 Copper with black interior, 4 door sedan, $9,500.00
: Pe ae 1996 GMC JIMMY, : ae
Automatic, great condition, AC, CD player, White with grey interior 49" matchingvims ful body Kit, Indash Tv, | | Fully loaded, 6 cylinder, AC, CD player,

Just serviced.
Tel: 364-4908 Cell: 525-8095 or 436-6068

3 month warranty included

d runni hicle clean in & out
Good running vehic' Ue ae

$5,300.00 Cell: 424-3112 or 454-9000
Cell: 424-6668

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RIB #847
RIB #819 _1997 HONDA ACCORD, GREEN
ae = a “ix 18° chrome rims, in excellent condition
- 4986 TOYOTA RAV-4 RIB #774 rr | 4¢, 1999 CHEVROLET S10 7, NeubheNe tp see a teres,
* Black with gray trim - gray interior 2002 VOLVO, Model S60 2.4T Red ext, ever rims;-automatic : oi n
: "$5,800. Light blue with fight tan Jeather interior, -€xeallent condition. in excell nditi
| Excellent condition, RT hand drive, reliable and 4door sedan Call 324- 2002690 Stick shift Ip exveners ocennor
"stylist. Christmas priced Asking $28,000 ss p “Call 324-4499, eorning sopn @ 200 Sees
Tel: 323-7608 Cell: 422-4013 0r 325-2255 , 57,000,mileS, Serious er : mae
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RIMS FOR SALE)
Call: 325-5016

or
356-2109 .
RIB #839
400 SERIE PERKINS GENERATOR
Year 2004,Rated power standby
16.9 KVA-16.9 KW and trans switch
Tel: 326-5938 after 6pm

\ TOOL BOXES HUSKY & MAC TOOLS
<\} brand new in pal oe 3 drawer tool box
9.9

99.99
4 drawer top chest $199.99 (incl. 60 pc tool
set)
. 6 drawer tool chest $399.99
6 drawer side cabinet $299.99
STANLEY 12 me adjustable wrenches
9.99

Great for home, office and work!We are
located on Harold road 400 yards before
JFK light.

Call 357-4436 for more info

SAVE ON ELECTRICITY
Solor Water Heaters
Electricity bills cut trementously, save energy
Tel: 242-362-0720/ 357-8194/ 455-2639
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braiding,
weaving, and bonding
at the lowest prices













Contact Candice
at 426-3162.
Make your
appointment today to
walk in style tomorrow

Dogge de Bordeaux, Pitbull Puppies,

Large bones, muscular males and females,

1st shot, mother /father on premises,

must See to appreciate price starting
$600.00

Call 457-2176

You won't find them cheaper anywhere else!

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RIB #840
SINGLE DOOR COOLER
Price $3,000.00

DOUBLE DOOR COOLER
Price $4,400.00
Tel: 326-5938

Christmas Special
Toms, Gloves & Scarfs, 2pcs & 3 pcs set
Dora, sponge bob, Barbie, spiderman,
braiz, superman, strawberry shortcake,
batman, etc.
Children & adults plain sets, 2pc & 3pc Price
starting from $10.00 and up,
special children cellphone $5.00, dora,
spongebob, etc.

Call 465-5498

White, Satin, Oleg Cassini Ball Gown
Wedding Dress Size 6 - $600.00
White Corsette/Bustier
Size 32B - $45.00
White Beaded Cathedral Veil - $45.00
White Veil trim with Diamond Studs - $35.00
White Face Veil - $25.00
Matching Earring and
Necklace Set - $35.00
White Satin Gloves - $15.00
White Crinoline
Size 6 - $50.00

White Satin Wedding Shoes Size 8 - $40.00

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BBF #279 '

Central Air System, ( The Brand),
complete central air carrier system for sale, Five
ton., asking $2,500
Call 326-6138 or 426-2243









































BRAND NEW
Heavy Duty sewing machines, complete line
| of sewing machines and parts. Serges,
Hemmers, Walker foot sewing machines, oil,
bobbin case. All kinds of foot, etc. Repairs
available.









Tel: 325-4746
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Hair Braiding Done
within,

Best Prices in Town,
for more information
contact Glo
at 3955686

or
3943423










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RIB #988 -
PROVAN PAIR BONDED RINGNECKS PARROT
$400.00

Breeding season early next year, 1 Rainbow lory
$400.00, 1- 2 years old nag with large indoor cage
2500

Rotating feeders outdoor aviary $250.00
(Hm phone after 6pm 356-6763 or 323-7598

Shitzu Puppy for sale,
last one left, 6 weeks old, male,
black/white, had first shotk
326-2080
or
324-9213 or 436-4517 or 324-2505



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SALES ASSOCIATE
+ Assists customers by
providing efficient, courteous
and quality service: answering
customer's questions
concerning location, price, and
use of merchandise

+ Provides professional quality
service to customer from entry
to exit of retail store

* Check ou: customer using
POS compuier system, accepts
payment and provides accurate
change for customers.

+ Provide product quotes to
customers; make professional
sales calls and other
administrative duties including
typing letters, and proposals.

+ Maintains a clean, customer
friendly environment in the
interior and immediate exterior
of premises (e.g cleans
windows, displays, shelves,
counters, floors, etc.)

* Participates in
scheduled trainings.

regularly

Please send resume to:

munroevalentino@ hotmail.com,
or drop it off at the store, East
Shirley Street in the Plaza Jade
building.

Phone 394-HELP(4357)



ARE YOU .......

‘Unable totraveltothe US -
every month to pay your bills?
ued fo paying your US bills
late?

*Acquiring late fees?

‘Tired of losing your pre-paid
phone number?

-Want to send money to family
or friends in the US?

*Need to place an order with an
US merchant?

*Need a package to be picked
up and taken to a shipping
company?

*Need to pay a doctors bill?
«Metro US Bill-Pay has the
solution for you.

*Metro US Billl-Pay will pay any
of your US bills

Accounts such as:

JC Penny's, Sears, Discover,
any Credit Cards, Talbots, New
York & Co., Macy’s Victoria

Secret, Home Depot,
BrandsMart, Pre- Paid Phones,
T-Mobile, Cingular, And so
much morel!

Let us pay your next bill!!!

For payment information and/or
payment arrangements visit our
office on 6th Street, between
Palm Tree Ave and Coconut

Grove
Call: 786-208-1036, or
242-565-7878, Tezel Anderson
E-mail us at:
Metrousbillpay @bellsouth.net

BOUNCING CASTLES

Having a party, church event,
Fun day. Call 324-2278
reasonable rates.

CALL 327-6948.

SEASON’S GREETINGS

VISIONS OF BEAUTY
Is your hair natural and you're
not sure what to do?
Call Tammy, 328-1906
Visions of Beauty,
Mt Royal Plaza
‘Twist-Locks:Treatments,
*Facial/Leg Waxing.

BEES

Get RID of
Stinging Bees.

Call for price. 393-3939

[ELECTRICIAN & PLUMBER
AVAILABLE.
TEL 364-2776/558-1430

LOOKING FOR SOMEONE to
Braid or Weave your Hair.
Give Michelle a call:
328-6161.

SATELLITE SERVICES
All Brands
Learn to programme your own.
Tel 364-2776 / 558-1430

PANSAT and VIEWSAT
Programming and installaitons.
Call 447-4473.



2 LADIES seek days weekly
job, Mon - Fri. Call 394-5608.

CAREER ORIENTED FEMALE

seeks in the customer
service field. 7 years
experience in customer service
field with experience of
QuickBooks, Excel, cashing
using Point of Sale system and
Billing. Contact 323-6942, or
day or night 456-0832.

DO YOU NEED A MAID FOR
OUR CHRISTMAS

CLEANING/FUNCTIONS?

PLEASE CALL 327-6948.

NEED SOME ONE TO
WALK THE DOGS.
CALL 456-5403.

job

LADY seeks dishwashing job.

Call Miss Smith at 525-8033.

MATURE WOMAN SEEKS
seteayl days work. Tel 558-
35.

MIDDLE AGE LADY _ lookin
for days week, Mon-Sat. Call
436-1089.



DO YOU NEED SOMEONE
for housekeeping duties?
To clean, wash and iron.

| am _ available every other
Saturday and Thursday.
Please all 426-3958, 394-8605.

LADY seeks days work on
Tuesdays, Thursays and
Saturdays. Includes cooking,
cleaning & washing & ironing
from 10:30-5:30pm on Suday

10am-5pm. Can be
recommended byy previous
employer. Call 394-8605, or
426-3958.

NEED A PART TIME SITTER
OR GIRL FRIDAY?
For Holidays and New Year.
Call 456-5403.

HONEST, RELIABLE LADY
with own transportation seeks
job to iron/or light general

ae

ARTICLES
__FORSALE
FOR SALE
Power Juicer $175
Home & Garden catalogs $10

Antique set $125
DVD movies $3 ea

Tel 326-1606

FOR SALE
Townhouse Carmichael Rd
West. Asking $160,000 Call
557-3361.

FOR SALE
Wheel Chair $50
Rocking Chair $50
Tel 325-6601

FOR SALE
Xbox, $300 Used
Laser Clocks, $45 New w/night
light & time Laser Projections.
Tel 323-4811.

ITEMS FOR SALE
30 gal Water Heater $130
Stack Washer & Dryer, like new
0

cleaning call 341-1474, 341- | 990
8805, 395-2480



20% OFF SEWING CLASSES
FREEHAND

CUTTING LIMITED SEATING.
CALL TODAY! 361-4314.

LEARN TO FLY
Register NOW for Feb, 2007
Classes
Tel: 535-2480, 535-2484

CASINO & BARTENDERING
CLASSES
Register now for January
Classes.
Tel: 324-231 1/ 324-9373 /
456-1273.

LITTLE ONE’S CHRISTIAN
ACADEMY
Introduces

Spanish, French & Swimming.
Bus Service Available.
2 months - 5 years.
Tel 361-0993

TOTLAND CHRISTIAN

CENTRE
#1 St Michael Rd off
Prince Charles
Tel 1-242-393-0179/ 341-8468

Now Registering for
January Term
Ages 16 month-6 years
Toddlers -K5
Date:Monday-Friday
Time: 7:30am-4pm.
Hurry! Hurry! Space is limited.



Garage Sale?
Attention!!!
Avon Garage Sale Customers
from Dodge Road. | am now
located at Jazzano's Boutique,
upstairs on the corner of Market
& Deveaux Sts.
Come get Low Low prices on
products for everyone! Toys,
Perfumes, Colognes, Books,
Bags, Jewelry, Hedys and lots
more.

Blowout Sale is going on
now! I!!!
Free Giveaways every
Saturday!

Phone: 326-0774

Tel 1-242-375-7138, 326-0993.

NEW ITEMS FOR SALE

Motorola V300 GSM Phone
$140

Baby Girl
18mths-2T $10
Girl Church Dress Size 12 $35
Girl Church Shoes Size 3 $15

Dresses Size

Used Items

Excellent Condition
Avent Electric Bottle Sterilizer
(only used a few times) $50
Boy & Girl Christening Sets
$15 & $10
Stroller $30
Baby Girls & Girls Dresses $5-
$15 :

Silk Maternity Pants Suit $20
Ladies Skirt Sets & Suits $5-
$15

Manual Breast Pump $5
Cordless Phone(need battery)
$

5
Girls/baby slippers, Reebok
sneakers & shoes
Other baby items $5

Call 356-5151

FOR SALE

Apt sz. Stove (white) Like new
0

Must see to appreciate.
Contact 325-8034-day,
361-7573 evenings.

FOR SALE

~ 20" STOVE (NEW), $350.
TEL 394-1142 EXT 324.

TAN LOVE SEAT Was
$1,200, Now $500 (must see)
On used Architectural Table,
very good condition Was
$1,000 Now $400

Brand new Security system
with 50ft cord $250

Cordless Phone Collar ID$20
2 Seesaw uniform (new) size 5,
$20

Grove area. Call Ms Kemp,
326-0669 after 9am to 7pm

BRAND NEW
SONY PLAYSTATION 3,
60 GB $1,100.

Tel 356-4700.





“ARTICLES
FOR SALE

FOR SALE
king Bed, complete $499
Side drawers $80 each
Computer desk
drawers $200
2 mirror drawers $200 ea
TV centre w/built in drawers
$200
Centre Table $200
2 side talel $100 ea
4-pc dinette Set $599
Artificial trees and plans $10
and up
Baskets $5 ea
Ceiling fans $25 ea

Tel 364-7651

EXPAT SELLING
Used large Fridge, $150.00
Microwave, like new, $55
Tel 393-1919

FOR SALE
10" Radial Saw with stand and.
table $300
Phone 393-5491.



w/built-in

FOR SALE

1 King size bedroom set
Excellent condition

$1,000 ono.
Contact 327-5629, 9am-5pm
after 5pm call 324-4141.



FOR SALE
4 inch PVC Pipe Schedule 50
$53.00 per length.
3 inch PVC Pipe Schedule 40
$33.00 per length.
Tel 322-4635/6.

Used Lexmark Color Printer
For Sale in excellent condition.
Asking $60.00
Contact 341-8522

ITEMS FOR SALE
Seat For Sale Chevy Van
Tel: 636-8307.

SALON FURNITURE
Dryer $250
Shampoo Bowl 200
Styling Chairs $300
Styling Sttions/Mirrors $100
30 gal Elec Water Heater, like
new, $250 .
Tel 326-6138

FOR SALE
Brand new ViewSat PanSat
Satellite Receiver $325
18" Dish $85
30” Satellite
Dish $175
LNB and Cable inclued.
Phone 324-5467, or 636-3916.

FOR SALE
Fridge $250
Clothes Dryer $160
Little Tykes Kitchen $40
Girl's Bike $60
Peach Paint (satin finish)
100 Disc CD changers $175
Serger $150
Tel 327-8881, leave msg.

FOR SALE
Kenwood Speaker (2) $180.00
King size Bed Head & Frames,
$220.00
TV Amor.
$325.00
Song Receiver $200.00
Kenwood 5 Disc CD Player
$250.00 :
Beige Lamp w/ Shade $50.00
10-pc White Patio Set $180.00
Tel 426-7701, 324-6975.

w/ Drawers (2)







18” SAMSUNG TV $40.
Call 394-1148 before 3pm.

ANTIQUE PIANO in good
condition, $500 or nearest offer.
Tel 324-3205, or 422-1792.

FOR SALE
Black set with gold trim
Queen bed with mattress and
box spring, Dresser
5 Night stand (2)
Asking Price- $300 0.n.o
Serious Inquiries Only
357-4724

BOUNCING CASTLE - 2
months old. Great for home or
rental, $375. Phone 324-2278.

BRAND NEW refrigerator,
stove, washer and dryer $2,000
or $500 each. Phone 465-7401.

BUNK BED with four drawers,
a desk attached and storage at
back of bed. Tel 324-0610

CELL PHONES FOR SALE
Nokia 6111 $325, pink Limited
Edition with matching blue
tooth, head set and _ other
accessories. .



Motorolla L7, $285, back. Incl:
ear piece, data cable, 128mb
memory.

Call 324-5026, or 565-8791 ask
for Antonia.

COMPUTER SYSTEM
w/printer $500
SHOWCASE $400
Tel: 393-0715.

FOR SALE
Bouncing Castle.

2 months old.
Great for home or rental.
$375.00.

Tel: 324-2278

GOOD DEAL
2 Eyeware/glasses stands $80
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2 Bubble Gum Machines $80
ea
2 Window Awnings w/blue
canvas $125 ea

TEL 361-5935

FOR SALE
Brand new Honda Bicycle $200
Wrangler Jeep (boy) battery
operated, ext conditon. $100
Tel 327-2728, 535-4232.

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A FORMER Nassau teacher
has restored pride to a prestigious
school in Malawi known as “the
Eton of Africa” because of its high
academic standards and taste for
tradition.

Frank Cooke, 55, who was head
of history at Queen’s College dur-
ing the 1970s and early 1980s, has
turned round the school’s fortunes
after its reputation suffered fol-
lowing years of neglect.

The school, Kamuzu Academy,
was the brainchild of the former
Malawi president Dr Hastings
Banda, who wanted poor African
children to have the same oppor-
tunities as privileged whites.

But when Mr Cooke took over
as headmaster ten years ago, the
elected government which suc-

_ceeded Dr Banda had allowed the

school to deteriorate.
Now Kamuzu’s reputation has

been revived, thanks to.Mr. Cooke,

whose teaching career began at a
Liverpool comprehensive school
nearly 40 years ago.

This month, two: pupils from
each of the poorest districts in
Malawi will be offered bursaries in
line with Dr Banda’s original
ideals. For Mr Cooke, the deci-
sion fulfils one of his primary aims.

“It will be an incredibly proud
moment and something we have
worked towards for a long time,”
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seemed a million miles off it was a
vision we had to cling on to. But
it’s great to say we are finally
there.”

Mr Cooke, who has received
the MBE for his success at
Kamuzu, presides over a school
which, in many respects, resem-
bles the best of England’s tradi-
tional “public” schools.

Its pleasant rural setting sets it
far apart from the country’s urban
slums and its uniform of green and
gold with white straw boaters

encourages pupils to walk with .

pride.
The school’s library is based on

the American Congressional

Library in Washington, and its cur-
rent crop of students are expected
to shape Malawi’s future.

Mr Cooke told the Telegraph: “I
liked the idea of this school with
an ethos of taking kids on merit,
whatever their background. For
many of them, it was the first time
they had seen electricity. The facil-
ities they came to were extraordi-
nary for them.

“When I got here there were
no roads, just dust tracks, and we
had to butcher all the meat for the
pupils ourselves.

“There were dark days - in 1994
no-one got paid for four months -
and we have had'to rebuild the
place slowly. But the staff and par-
ents were brilliant.”

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te become head of history.

But when he heard about
Kamuzu, he couldn’t resist the
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school Dr Banda modelled on
“the best English boarding school
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The school, with its own lake,
golf course and armed guards,
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Last year, the school achieved a
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After it almost closed down,
fees were introduced to fund its
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helping bright children from
impoverished backgrounds.

“This will signal a remarkable
achievement from where we have
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Nassau over
gay bishop

ANGLICANS from around
the world are expected to meet
in the Bahamas this month to
begin formal discussions on the
controversial election and con-
secration of a practicing homo-
sexual as Episcopal Bishop in
the US state of New Hamp-
shire.

Archbishop of the West
Indies Reverend Drexel Gomez
will chair the five-day meeting
in Nassau, which is set to begin
on January 15.

‘The 10 committee members
will include the Archbishop of
South-East Asia.

Archbishop Gomez was
appointed late last year by

‘Archbishop of Canterbury Dr.

Rowan Williams to head a
covenant to examine the fall-
out in the Anglican Commu-
nion after the events in Ameri-
ca, focusing around Reverend
Gene Robinson’s election and
consecration.

The proposal for the
covenant was made as part of
the Windsor Report, produced
by the Lambeth Commission.

Archbishop Gomez said the
reason for the covenant was to
suggest a way in which the

member churches in the Angli- |

can Communion could meet as
member churches of the world-
wide Communion and agree to
“be committed one to the other
and held accountable one to the
other.”

The committee will meet in

Nassau from January 15 to 19. -

“What we hope to do,” said
Archbishop Gomez “is to start
work’ on a formula which we
would share with the archbish-
ops of the communion at the
archbishops’ meeting, which will

‘be held in Tanzania in the mid-

dle of February.

“Hopefully, we would have
something to present to the
Lambeth Conference in the
summer of 2008.”

‘;Committee-members.are | is.

expected to come from.the
United States, Africa, Europe
and South-East Asia.

Hondurans
apprehended
at sea by

RBDF

THE Harbour Patrol Unit of
the Royal Bahamas Defence
Force apprehended two Hon-
duran nationals early Tuesday
morning north of Paradise
Island on suspicion of violating
immigration and fisheries laws.

While on routine patrol at
9.30am, the marines came
across a 17-foot open vessel off
Rose Island.

After further investigations,
they reported discovering that
the two men had fishing appa-
ratus onboard.

The marines suspected the
men of being gainfully involved
in underwater fishing.

The men were brought in and
turned over to police officers.

Investigations into the mat-
ter continue.

Man admits
to charges of
marijuana
possession

A MAN pleaded guilty in
magistrates’ court yesterday to
two separate marijuana posses-
sion charges.

Matthew Carey appeared
before Magistrate Carolita
Bethel at Court Eight, Bank
Lane.

According to police, Carey,
18, was found in possession of
the drugs on Saturday, Decem-
ber 30. Police reportedly found
him in possession of a total of 30
grams of marijuana.

Carey pleaded guilty to both
charges and was fined $1,750 in
total.

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THE government was last
night accused of protecting
Defence Force officers
involved in the Inagua beating
scandal six weeks ago.

Marine worker Dexter Wil-
son, who was left for dead by a

eS large group of marines, is still

off work with back and leg

injuries as a result of the

attack.
Now his cousin, Shane Wil-

son, has accused: the:geverns*

ment of protecting the
marines, adding: “Had it been
Dexter who assaulted a
marine, he would have in Fox
Hill Prison by now.”

Inaguans are still seething
over the incident, which began
in a Mathew Town bar and
ended with Mr Wilson being
left with severe injuries in
nearby Kortwright Street.

' Marines are alleged to have
followed Mr Wilson as he was
carried to the island clinic,
shouting: “Let him die.”

The victim was later airlifted
to Nassau for an emergency
scan and X-ray. Fortunately,
his injuries were not life-threat-
ening, as first feared.

Police investigated the inci-
dent and papers have been
passed on to the Attorney
General’s Office. But still no-
one has been brought to jus-
tice. ‘

Shane Wilson told The Tri-

bune: “Nothing has happened

so far and people here are
beginning to wonder why.

“It seems clear that the gov-
ernment is trying to protect
someone. Had this been Dex-
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marine we would have been
before the courts and would
now be in Fox Hill Prison.”

The incident was witnessed
by several people and police
sources in Nassau are now
wondering why the Attorney
General is taking so long to
act.

“There is no reason for this
matter to be referred to the
AG’s Office,” said a police
source. “The police have been
to Inagua and have taken
statements. These men should
have been before the courts by
now. There is no excuse for
this delay.”

This view was echoed by Mr
Shane Wilson and another
Inagua resident, Mr Diverne
Ingraham, who was one of two
men who intervened in the
attack to save Dexter Wilson’s
life.

Locals are convinced that,
without their presence, Mr



officer ‘protection’

Wilson would have been
punched and kicked to death.
At one point, Defence Force

_marines were pounding Mr

Wilson’s head with a rock,
leaving two huge holes which
were gushing blood. ‘

Today, 27-year-old Dexter -
who works for Morton Salt -
remains incapable of working,
limping to ease his pain from a
twisted back.

He, too, is baffled'at the gov-
ernment’s failure to bring the
culprits before the courts.

Shane Wilson said: “We are
supposed to have a lawyer
working for us in Nassau, but
he hasn’t called back. We don’t
know what is happening.
Everyone here is asking what
is going on. We have heard the
files have been passed to the
AG’s office, but no-one has
been arrested yet.”

He said while Dexter was
continuing to suffer - he has
just been given another three
weeks off work by his doctor -
the guilty marines were free
and still walking around.

“Tf it were me, I would have
been locked up. It isn’t fair,”
he said.

Mr Ingraham said marines
from the Inagua Defence
Force base were staying away
from local people as a result
of the incident.

“Local people are still angry
about it and asking when
something is going to happen,”
he said.

Over the festive season,
Defence Force personnel kept
their distance and few made
their way into Mathew Town.

Sniffer dog catches mother allegedly
smuggling marijuana into prison

THE mother of a murder
convict found herself in a
world of trouble after a drug

‘sniffing dog caught her:*

attempting to sneak a large
quantity of marijuana into
Her Majesty’s Prison by hid-
ing it in a “private cavity”.

The drugs were reported-
ly destined for her son, who
is being held in the maxi-
mum security section of the
prison.

According to prison offi-
cials, the dog identified the
substance despite the fact
that “heavy doses of per-
fume” were used to avoid
detection.

The prison public relations
office issued a statement yes-
terday saying that the moth-
er was taken into custody by
prison authorities and escort-
ed to the Elizabeth Estates
Police Station.

She was formally charged
before the courts and is
presently being held at Her
Majesty’s Prison — where she
will remain for one year or
until her $1,500 fine is paid,
the statement said.

Officials at the prison sent
out a special appeal to mem-
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Meeting with Sea
Hauler victims

called ‘fruitful’

@ By CHESTER ROBARDS

MEETINGS between Minis-
ter of Transport and Aviation,
Glenys Hanna-Martin and rep-
resentatives of the Sea Hauler
victims have been called fruitful.

Ms Hanna-Martin met rep-
resentatives for the second time
yesterday, this time being joined
by delegates from the Attorney
General’s Office.

According to victim
spokesperson Lincoln Bain, Mrs
Martin said that it is unques-
tionably clear that the port
failed when it allowed the Sea
Hauler and United Star to sail
the night of the accident.

“At this point what she is
planning to do is contact the
boat owners and get everyone
involved to come to the table
and see how we can close this
matter in whatever way neces-
sary,” said Mr Bain.

“At this point it seems that
the government has the inten-
tion of doing the right thing in
this.”

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Speaking with The Tribune
yesterday, Mrs Hanna-Martin
expressed her joy in knowing
that the victims are getting posi-
tive feedback from the meetings.

“We are trying to, as quickly
as possible, see how a resolu-
tion can be brought about,” she

said. “Our position has been
that we are trying to clarify
what the claims are, and ratio-
nalise the process.”

Mr Bain said that victims now
have to carry their claims to the
government, after which he
expects there to be a swiftly
expedited resolution.

“They will make their claims
based on their injuries and their
losses, in terms of deaths,
etcetera,” he said.

According to Ms Hanna-Mar-
tin, there needs to be some clar-
ification on early reports that
she had called for another
inquiry into how much the gov-
ernment is liable, but Mr Bain
maintains that her ministry is
still making those inquiries.

Mr Bain said that Ms Han-
na-Martin did not want to use
the word ‘liable’ when referring
to the Port Department’s role in
the tragedy during yesterday’s
meeting, but did assert that the
department was at fault.

“She said that it is clear that
the port is partly at fault with



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Hauler after the two vessels collided Saturday, August 2, 2003 in waters off the south-west coast of

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the ships — that the port did
fail in the execution of their
duties and that there is no ques-
tion about that,” he said.
“They are still making
inquiries into seeing how much
the government is liable — I
don’t know what the purpose
of that is — but right now her
focus is getting all the parties
involved together, meaning the
ships along with her ministry
and seeing how they can come

together to resolve this.”

Mr Bain said that there is no
dancing around the language of
the Wreck Commission.

The independent commission
appointed by the government
found that the Port Department
failed to adequately consider all
factors affecting a realistic
determination of the number of
passengers for whom approval
should have been given; failed
to obtain vital passenger infor-

(AP Photo/Tim A yleh)

f
w.

mation before boarding them;
failed to ensure that only the
approved number boarded;
failed to obtain an accurate
count of the number of passeri-
gers; and failed to carry out stip-
ulations contained in the

- approval letter by Port Officials

of the first mate or captain.
The commission also fouifd
the Sea Hauler non- -complidht,
because too many people wete
allowed to sail aboard the vessel.

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Dancers came out on top in the
Grand Bahama new years day
junkanoo parade — winning the
title for a second consecutive

year.

The group won seven of the
nine categories, accumulating a
total of 2,074 points to beat out
the Swingers, which came in a
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nine categories; Swingers come in second .



Bahama Junkanoo Committee
released the official results of
Monday evening’s parade held
at downtown Freeport, where
it was estimated that between
20,000 and 25,000 persons
tti¥fied out to watch the event.

..Ken “Motorboat” Ferguson,
the leader of the Classic
Dancers, said he is elated over
the win.

“We predominantly swept
the parade, winning most of the
major categories and we are
very Satisfied with the results,”
he said.

Under the theme ‘Arise
Great Warrior — Ancient Mex-
ico,’ the Classic Dancers won
best group costume, best music,
best group performance, best
execution of theme, best chore-
ography, and best performance
on Gloucester Row.

They also swept an entire cat-
egory, taking first, second, and

third place for best off-the-
shoulder-costume.

The Swingers won the best
free dancers and best banner

categories.

According to the official
results, the Majestic Crusaders.
took third place with 1, 85k
points, followed’by the Super: “
star Rockers, which placed
fourth with 1,829-points. .

Arawak Invaders took fifth
place with 1,677 points. Com-
ing in sixth place with 1,042
points was the Rotary Club.

Seventh place went to Vic-
tory Boys with 1,039 points;
eighth place to the Harbour
Boys with 1,037 points; ninth
to Bushwhackers with 920

points; and Fun Time
Junkanoo came in tenth with
820 points.

Mr Ferguson said he felt that
the parade was one of the best
on Grand Bahama in years.



7

ds

When asked about the long
breaks between groups, Mr Fer-
guson commented that some’of
the groups failed to adhere to
the rules.

He.also expressed | his disap-

“pointment,over the short not,

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‘that was given to junkaneo
“groups for the Boxing Day
parade in West End on Decem-
ber 26.

The Swingers won that
parade which was sponsored by
the Ginn Corporation.

“We would have loved to be
a part of it but ... . you can’t
come a month before the
parade and dangle that big prize
money and expect junkanooers
to drop everything they were
doing previously,” he said.

“We commend Ginn far
sponsoring the cultural event,
but I think that it was too
rushed with no time to prepare
and produce quality costumes,.

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 7





‘PREPARATIONS for the
,second annual National
+ Tourism Week are now well
Cunderway, tourism officials
‘ (announced yesterday.

The theme, “My Bahamas
Perretgian’ is designed to
encourage everyone to view the
industry’ s relevance to all sec-
i tors of the economy.

“The focus during the week
iwill centre on increasing
‘tourism related linkages and
lowering the percentage of
; tourism earnings currently being
‘leaked outside of the
‘Bahamas, ” said the Ministry of

-Fourism in a statement.
“National Tourism Week

made its debut in 2006 and was

intended to provide concen-
trated focus on the industry that
provides 63 per cent of all jobs

.in. the Bahamas and constitutes

more that 50 per cent of Gross

Domestic Product.”

_This year, the ministry said,
‘even more events have been
‘added to give everyone an
opportunity to participate. The
.week begins on Saturday, Jan-
wary 20, with a “fun run and
walk” aimed at inspiring good
-health.

“January has long since
‘een the month for faithful
adherence to New Year’s res-
olutions which will invariably
consist of healthy lifestyle
‘changes,” Janet Johnson,
‘chairperson for National
Tourism Week said. “We felt
that by adding the fun

‘n/walk, we would include a
significant portion of the pop-
ulation in National Tourism
Week while at the same time

allowing them to participate

in an activity they would prob-
ably be doing anyway.”

Director General of Tourism,
Vernice Walkine, described the
week as a forum for frank, open
and honest discussion of the
tourism business.

, It is very important to meet
fegularly to discuss issues rela-
tive to tourism and to make




‘Tourism week focuses on
links to rest of econom





B DIRECTOR General of Tourism Vernice Walkine announces
the launch of National Tourism Week. Also pictured are Janet
Johnson, NTW chairperson; Gregory Wilkinson, 2006 Cacique
Lifetime Achievement Award winner; Davidson Hepburn,
chairman of the Cacique Blue Ribbon Panel and Earle Bethel,
immediate past president of the BHA.

adjustments and improvements
when necessary in order to sus-
tain and enhance what we
have,” she said. “This year’s
theme focuses on the linkages
between tourism and other sec-
tors of the economy which we
hope will serve as a vital
reminder that tourism is indeed
everyone’s business.”

Performances

National Tourism Week will
include several performances of
the critically acclaimed play,
Behind the Yellow Line out of
Grand Bahama.

The week commences with a
church service at Zion Baptist
Church, an industry careers fair
and what the ministry described

(Photo: Derek Smith, MOT)

as an exciting line-up of master
classes and general sessions
aimed at sparking extensive dis-
cussions on the future of the
country’s most vital sector.

National Tourism Week will
end with the prestigious
Cacique Awards on January 26.

“Now in its 11th year, the
Cacique Awards has become
synonymous with quality ser-
vice and longstanding achieve-
ment,” said the ministry. “This
year’s awards ceremony is
expected to be no different.”

Winners in the 18 categories
of the Cacique Awards will be
announced at a black-tie event
to be held at the Rainforest
Theatre at the Wyndham Nas-
sau Resort. Finalists for the
2006 Cacique were announced
last November.



oast Guard stopped

- fewer migrants off
south-east US coast

= MIAMI

>THE number of migrants

stopped off the south-east US -

cdast dropped by more than 40
per cent last year, according to
the US Coast Guard, according
fo Associated Press.

‘Officials said Wednesday that
es drop was due to a variety
pf reasons, including stormy
weather, fear of increased

atrols and political changes in
he migrants’ home countries.
» Lhe decrease in interdictions
at, sea mirrors the overall drop
ini illegal immigrants arrested
y Border Patrol agents in
South Florida and _ the

Caribbean during the 2006 fiscal -

year — as well as a nationwide

drop in such arrests along the

Mexican border.

» Coast Guard agents

patrolling the waters of South

Carolina, Florida and the

Caribbean, where migrants

from Cuba, Haiti and the
yominican Republic frequent-

Yearrive, stopped 6,061 migrants

in’ 2006, down from 10,279 in

2005.

‘ While the number of Cubans

§topped at sea dropped slightly,

the number of Haitians dropped

gharply, down 60 per cent to 769

people, as did the number of

Dominicans, down by half to

2,203. |
; Miami-based Haitian advo-

eate Marleine Bastien said the
rop in Haitian apprehensions

was likely tied to last year’s
election of the country’s presi-
dent, Rene Preval, who has
received wide support both
internationally and at home.

' “Haitians want to live in
aiti. They want to stay in
aiti. They only come here

when they feel their lives and

the lives of their loved ones are
threatened,” said Bastien.

‘; Whenever there’s a democrat-

ically elected government in

place, they tend to have a ‘wait
and see’ attitude.”

* Bastien said the United

States’ immigration policies

. have also dampened the flow.

Haitians who illegally make it

into the US are generally sent

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Immigration from Haiti drops



back, while most Cubans who
reach US soil are allowed to
stay.

As for Cuba, the announce-
ment by Fidel Castro in July
that he was handing over power
to his brother may have caused
enough uncertainty about the
future of the dictatorship to
keep some Cubans from
attempting to leave, officials
said.

Also, the death of a Cuban
migrant during a high speed
chase between smugglers and
Coast Guard agents last year
may have scared off some from
migrating, US Coast Guard
spokesman Lt Commander
Chris O’Neil said

anniversary

“Any time we have an inter-
diction that has a high amount
of media attention, we see a
drop,” he said.

Strong winds and difficult
seas also made crossing by boat
more difficult, along with
stepped up patrols in Puerto
Rico’s Mona Pass, one of the
biggest routes for Dominicans,
O’Neil added.

The number of Cubans and
Haitians stopped by agents after
reaching land in the Miami dis-
trict in 2006 was up slightly from
2005, but Miami Border Patrol
Spokesman Victor Colon called
the change — 500 more Cubans
and about 100 more Haitians —
insignificant.



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Bahama security professionals
have announced that an interim
steering committee has been
formed for the establishment of
a Private Security Association
in the Bahamas.

Cleveland Duncombe, oper-
ator and owner of Candid Secu-
rity in Fréeport, made the
announcement on Tuesday at
Police Headquarters.

He noted that the security.
industry in the Bahamas plays a
great role in crime prevention.

Mr Duncombe said that the
committee’s primary focus is to
conduct wide consultation with
members of the security industry
over the next 90 days in an effort
to determine the best way for-
ward for a unified association.

The committee, he said, will
also seek to draft an association
constitution and relevant arti-
cles and memoranda which will
be made available to industry
partners for their review.

“Within four weeks of agree-

- ment of the relevant documen-

tation, the process of ratifica-
tion and subsequent election of
officers would be conducted,”

ecurity association to be formed

Committee to consult on draft constitution



Mr Duncombe said.

He added that to further sup-
plement this initiative an advi-
sory board is being established.

Mr Duncombe believes that
the unification of security offi-
cers would enhance the com-

_ mendable job being carried out

by police, Defence Force, immi-
gration, customs, and ‘prisons
services officers.

“In a time when criminality
and safety concerns can have a
detrimental affect on our qual-
ity of life, there is an urgent
need to call all hands on deck,”
he said.

“When one considers the vol-
ume of professionals perform-
ing private security tasks
throughout the Bahamas today,
the numbers demonstrate a
force to be reckoned with. By
pooling.such resources we can
establish a conglomerate that
can readily feed into efforts
afoot by our local authorities
with security responsibilities.”

Mr Duncombe said over the
past several weeks security pro-
fessionals have been discussing

the future of the private securi-
ty services industry in the
Bahamas, focusing in particu-
lar on the following:

e The role it plays in creat-

ing a safer country for the ben-
efit of Bahamians and visitors
alike.

e How to establish and main-
tain better standards at the offi-
cer, supervisory, management
and ownership levels.

e Type of assistance that can
be rendered to security affiliat-
ed government agencies.

In New Providence, the mem-
bers of the interim committee
are: Gamal Newry co-chairman
and president Preventative
Measures; Captain Glen Bain,
president and CEO of Bahamas
Maritime Connection Ltd; Stan-
ley Toote, assistant director of
security at Kerzner Interna-
tional; Anton Saunders, co-ordi-
nator of security and transport
at Doctors Hospital; Hugh
Gray, director of security at Old
Fort Bay.

In Grand Bahama, the mem-
bers are: Cleveland Duncombe,

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committee co-chairman, presi-
dent and CEO of Candid Secu- -
rity; Ryan Lowe, president and
CEO of Nelsons Locks and
Safe; Henri Williams, director
of security at Our Lucaya
Resort; Linden Wilchcombe,
director of security at Ginn Sur
Mer Resorts; Denise Tynes,
director of security at Grand
Bahama Airport, Harbour and
Container Port.

The advisory committee will
initially consist of: Henry
Wemyss, president and CEO of
Wemco Security and Collec-
tions; Lloyd Deveaux, director
of security Abaco Beach
Resort; Morris Simmons, presi-
dent and CEO of Simmons
Security and Investigations;
Chris Lowe, president of the
Grand Bahama chamber of
Commerce; Hank Bain, man-
ager of Armoured Car Services
Ltd and lawyer and Wayne
Munroe.

Mr Duncombe encourages all
security industry partners to be
a part of the drive and to assist
in this venture.

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members employed when the
doors opened in 1995.

These individuals were hon-
oured during a reception attend-
ed by Prime Minister Perry
Christie and Minister of Tourism
Obie Wilchcombe on Friday.

“Our general manager, Jack-
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the Breezes team who would
have received awards for their
10th year of service if not for
what Mr Issa called their
untimely deaths.

The families of front office
supervisor Diane Smith, PBX

manager Joyce Rolle and bell-.

man Donavon Roll were pre-
sented with plaques of remem-
brance.

According to Mr Weech, the
resort was praised by the min-

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a completely Bahamian team
for the last seven years.

"We were pleased with the
fact that we were able to retain
so many of our employees start-
ing with us back in 1995,” he said.

The secret to having success-
fully retained nearly half of the
original staff, according to Mr
Weech, is an “open door” policy.

“It’s the way that you manage
people,” he said. “Create an
environment where employees
feel comfortable, where indi-
viduals know that they have
direct access to senior manage-
ment, ensuring that any griev-

Breezes employees honoured



ances will be dealt with and
dealt with expeditiously.”

Mr Weech said that he is not
allowed to keep his office door
closed and that. employees are
encouraged to seek advice from
upper level management, such
as himself, at any time and for
any reason.

"If something is otherwise
bugging you or nagging you and
you are not able to get it done
at the lower levels, you work
your way up the chain” — this
more than anything else,
according to Mr Weech, is the
secret behind the success of the
Breezes team.

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that things are great in
country. It says that invest-
ts are at an all-time high, the
sromy is booming, tourism is
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ban renewal, houses are pop-
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in a frenzied fashion.

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such a report, most Bahamians
would be as happy as a lark. Are
they? We Bahamians are by
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our mortgage is in default, our
jobs are in limbo and our dogs
have diabetes, we can still go out
to Arawak Cay and have a good
time.

This happy disposition, howev-
er, should not be taken for grant-

e country cutting ribbons, sign-

ed. Often, it is in spite of our cir-
cumstances. The truth be told,
most Bahamians are not happy
with the state of affairs in this
country and they are not happy
with the leadership responsible
for managing the same. Why?

_ The reason is simple: most
Bahamians cannot relate to the
success the government claims it is
having. Most Bahamians simply
have too little in the way of any-
thing positive to connect to the
efforts of this government.

On the ground, where the rub-
ber meets the road, most Bahami-
ans are not experiencing any
improvements in their lives,
notwithstanding that more than
$4 billion of their public funds
have been spent by this adminis-

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ing or experiencing what the gov-
ernment says is happening. One is
talking about “most” Bahamians
doing so. Government succeeds
when its efforts positively affects
the many, not a precious few.

Take, for example, the govern-
ment’s boast that it has built 1,500
houses over the last four years.
The fact is that within the ten
years prior to this administration
coming to office, more than 10,000
Bahamians became homeowners
and thousands more before that
were homeowners.

These tens of thousands of
mortgage-paying homeowners
might be happy for the 1,500
houses over four years but they
are waiting for the next level of
improvement to their lives by this
government and have not seen
anything yet.

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the “pipeline”. This notwith-
standing, almost 20,000 Bahami-
ans are out of work, resulting in
unemployment being unaccept-
ably high. The government says
that the economy is growing at
“unprecedented levels”, yet wages
are flat, household income is stag-
nant, the cost of living is rising
and property is harder for
Bahamians to own. The promise
of prosperity simply does not
translate into the reality of pros-
perity for most Bahamians, so
they feel bad.
The government and others
boast that the “Urban Renewal”
programme is the most meaning-
ful undertaking by any govern-
ment. Yet, the large middle-class
in The Bahamas who make it pos-
sible to.fund such programmes for

the underprivileged feel like it is .

losing its privilege and might slip
into urbania. The middle class in
The Bahamas feels under siege
by crime, illegal and legal immi-
gration, an under performing pub-
lic education system and a deteri-
orating physical environment.

The government says that there
are now anchor Hi en in every
Family Island, yet Grand
Bahama’s economy seems on the
brink of collapse, Eleuthera strug-
gles for survival, Cat Island longs
for genuine relief and Long Island
feels threatened by economic
decline.

The government has paid atten-
tion to the plight of some 1,600
prisoners living in inhumane con-
ditions. This it ought to do. Yet,
the plight of the thousands of vic-
tims traumatised by criminals has
been lift untouched.

As Jesus once said: “You ought
to have done the one and not to
have left the other undone.”

The problem with the govern-
ment today is that its efforts are
not touching the masses of people
in ways that they appreciate.
Instead, the negative things that
plague the masses continue
unabated.

Crime, violence, D average,
congested streets in New Provi-
dence, joblessness, stagnant per-
sonal fortunes etc persist. Despite
these clear concerns of the mass-
es, the administration goes on its
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ernment’s efforts are touching the
masses, it does not need to do too
much talking and its apologists do
not need to be on the defensive.

At present both things are true
about this administration and it
only speaks to the fact that while
they believe things are good,
Bahamians, far too many Bahami-
ans, still really feel very bad.

This is why so many Bahamians
seem to have made up their minds
about what they will do in the
upcoming election. This is why
PLP apologists are working so
hard to convince our society that
what it is seeing, hearing and feel-
ing is not real.

And this is why the government
is using the nation’s public broad-
cast station shamelessly to push
its propaganda, no matter how fic-
titious it is. This is what happens

-when your éfforts cannot produce

genuine applauds from the mass-
es. It’s like magic: it’s entertaining,
but it ain’t real.

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ELECTIONEERING

Pesers one of the few
things that the govern-
ment is doing that might touch
masses of Bahamians is its iron-
fisted approach to immigration
these days. Bahamians find the
illegal immigration problem in this
country troubling and rightly so.

Indeed, the PLP has poll num-
bers that suggest that immigra-
tion is probably the number one
issue on the minds of Bahamians
aaa This might explain why it

as decided to take an almost
Machiavellian approach to dealing
with the matter.

The PLP feels that it now has
the luxury of treating Haitians any
way it wants, even cruelly, and
Bahamians will not only let them
get away with it, they will applaud
them for it.

They might be right but while
Bahamians may appreciate the
effort to some degree, they also
seem to be recognising that this
late surge on the issue is more an
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Meanwhile, as with unskilful
reapers, the wheat and the tare
are being rooted up together, as
legitimate immigration issues are
being abused by this fanatical
approach to dealing with the ille-
gal issue.

No-one should expect that
some innocent people will not be
harmed as one seeks to aggres-
sively capture the guilty but it is
also true that no-one wants any
baby to be thrown out with the
bathwater, especially when a sen-
sible approach to solving a prob-
lem can avoid doing so.

THE GOVERNMENT
KNOWS BETTER

"Tes government knows
that it does not impress
the nation’s masses. They can feel
it.

Those of us who have been in
government know that there is a
real feeling one gets when one
walks among the people and sens-
es their disappointment over your
performance.

Yes, the people still smile and
act courteously but it’s not the
same as when they are happy
about what you are doing. One
can tell by the demeanour, pos-
tures and speeches of the govern-
ing politicians that they are feeling
enormous heat.

Perhaps the most tell-tale sign is
the frantic amount of activity tak-
ing place by the government and
the intense public relations given
to them.

They all speak to an adminis-
tration that is convinced that in
four years it has not done enough
to impress the masses to continue
to support it and therefore it has
to redouble its effort at the final
hour in an attempt to do so.

Whether this will work or not
is anyone’s guess but this much is
true, Bahamians today are differ-
ent than they were when such
things were done in the pre-1992
Bahamas.

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@ DIRECTOR’ assistant for Albany Golf and Beach Resort Gertie O’Brien ;

Tree lit in Adelaide Village

The first ever annual Christmas tree lighting included Christmas carols and words of inspi-
ceremony was held in Adelaide over the holiday ration followed by the official lighting of the
season and was overseen by Julita Ingraham, tree by Ms Merlene Smith — affectionately

chairman of the Adelaide Village Association. known as “Teacher” — a veteran educator of
The evening was opened by Kendrick Stubbs, 41 years. ;
treasurer of the association. In addition, a surprise jitney-load of gifts for the

The event, which was sponsored by the devel- children was presented by FNM candidate for _
opers of the nearby Albany House project, Adelaide, Charles Maynard.



@ ADELAIDE Village Association chairman @ FROM left are Julita Ingraham, Charles
Julita Ingraham. Maynard, Merlene Smith, Pastor Adderley,
Gertie O’Brien.

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sounds of Nita Ellis at the 39th annual Gerry’s Kids luncheon, held recently at the Wyndham Hotel
on Cable Beach ;

(TCL photo by Wendell Cleare)

GERRY’S Kids Charities The special guest speakers — ised an emotional “thank you” "-
hosted its 39th Christmas party — included the Minister of Social — surprise from the children to
for more than 400 children and = Services Melanie Griffin, who — the founder and president of '

their care takers. encouraged the children and — Gerry’s Kids Charities, Gerry
‘The event took place on adults at the party to find ways — Simons.

December 13 from noon to 4pm __ to give — “because giving is tru- Gerry thanked the volun-

at the Wyndham Nassau Resort __ ly receiving”. teers, Junior Achievers, staff

Ballroom. The Minister of Sports and — and supporters for all their con-

The party venue, food and — Housing Neville Wisdom organ- __ tributions.

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Credit Suisse (Bahamas) Limited

is presently considering applications for a

SENIOR SECURITIES ADMINISTRATOR



The position is open to candidates with the following minimum requirements:



Qualifications:
- A minimum of four (4) years experience in a Securities Administration

Department of an offshore bank

- PC Literacy (MS Word, Access, Excel )

= Knowledge of capital and money markets and instruments (bonds,

equities, options, fiduciaries)

- Knowledge of payment wire transfer

- Experience with mutual funds administration

- A Bachelor's degree with concentration in Finance, Economics,
Accounting or Business Administration

Personal Qualities:

~ Excellent leadership, organizational and communication skills
-. A commitment to service excellence
- Ability to meet deadlines with minimum supervision














Benefits provided include:

- Competitive salary and performance bonus
- Pension Pian

- Health and Life Insurance

- Other fringe benefits

ONLY PERSONS WITH SECURITIES TRADING AND ADMINISTRATION
EXPERIENCE NEED APPLY. :

Applications should be submitted:

Human Resources Department
P.O. Box N-4928
Nassau, Bahamas
or via fax 356-8148

DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS IS JANUARY 12â„¢, 2007

= Scotiabank
VACANCY,

Scotiabank (Bahamas) Ltd. is seeking the services of :

Job 1; A Senior Analyst

assist in hedge fund analysis for hedge fund incubator and fund of
fund financing businesses ;
assist in investment analysis of structured credit, asset-backed, fixed
income, and derivative products for investment advisory business
development and ongoing maintenance of asset/credit reporting and
monitoring systems ;
liaising with head office analytical and support groups + external parties
preparation of reporting/MIS documentation for internal and external
parties
ensuring compliance with local and head office regulatory policies and
guidelines
assist in business case writings, other reports/requests

Skills: strong analytical experience and ability (credit/equities/funds/structured
products), good understanding of fundamental and technical features of debt,
equity, and alternative asset classes (and their derivatives), familiarity with
the Bank's internal systems and processes, self-starter, ability to work in a
smaller environment

Job 2: A Bookrunner

° responsible for deal input and ongoing monitoring of positions held in
SCTL, including hedge fund financing, hedge fund investment, credit
derivatives and other related products
responsible for the risk management and hedging of SCTL positions
responsible for the development of risk management systems and reports
to properly control and monitor exposures .

responsible for the funding of exposures in an efficient manner
must be able to liaise effectively with SC trading and structuring
personnel in other locations

Skills: strong attention to detail, good product knowledge of debt, equity,
alternative assets and their derivatives, strong familiarity with the Bank's
dealing and risk management systems, experience managing funding and
liquidity.
Interested persons should submit applications in writing marked Private and
Confidential to:

Manager, Caribbean Treasury Limited

P. O. Box N-7518

Nassau, Bahamas

Applications should be received no later than Monday, January 15, 2007.



_ University of the Bahamas.

Prime Minister
to lead Business
Outlook line-up

PRIME Minister Perry Christie will
be the keynote speaker at the 16th
Bahamas Business Outlook Confer-
ence, which will be held on Tuesday,
January 9, at the Radisson Cable
Beach Resort.

The Prime Minister will speak on
the “opportunities, plans and antici-
pated outcomes” for business and the
Bahamian economy in 2007. He will be
joined by Dr Bernard Nottage, minis-
ter of health and national insurance,
who will speak on the proposed
National Health Insurance (NHI) plan.

Vincent vanderpool-Wallace, the
Caribbean Tourism Organisation’s
(CTO) secretary-general, will talk
about the strength of a united
Caribbean, while the issue of passport
requirements for American visitors to
The Bahamas will be discusseds by
Vernice Walkine, his successor as
director-general of the Ministry of
Tourism. She will also tackle the
expectations and predictions for
tourism in 2007.

Three Chamber of Commerce pres-
idents from New Providence, Grand

Bahama and Abaco - Tanya Wright, PRIME Minister

Christopher Lowe and Reg Smith - i eee )
will share their ideas of, and plans for, =e B iN rites
the Bahamian business community’s ea ottage.
ability to benefit from greater partici- (FILE photos)

pation and facilitation in the coming
year.

First-time speaker, Allen Ten Broek,
president and chief executive of The
Mariner Group Inc. (Old Bahama
Bay) from Fort Myers, Florida, will
give a speech about linkages and the
relevance of linkage maximisation to
social and economic growth in the
Bahamas.

Janyne Hodder, the president of the
College of the Bahamas, will describe
the transition of the college from the
institution most Bahamians have
always known to a widely-recognised .



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Crystal Palace Casino

Baha Mar, a 500-acre, mixed-use destination resort complex represents the
single largest resort investment in the history of The Bahamas. Baha Mar
owns and operates the Wyndham Nassau Resort and Crystal Palace Casino,
the Radisson Cable & Golf Resort, and the historic Nassau Beach Hotel.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Wyndham Nassau Resort & Crystal Palace Casino seeks to hire a professional
individual for the following position:

FOOD & BEVERAGE DIRECTOR

This individual will be responsible for ensuring excellence of food and beverage
services by overseeing all aspects of multi-unit food service, dining and catering
operations. The successful candidate will be responsible for the day-to-day food
and beverage operation, staffing and budget.

Top contenders for this position must possess the following:

Organizational skills to set-up systems such as point of sale, position specific
check list and proper follow-up.

Evolving new food and beverage concepts:

Controls costs of all food and beverage outlets by overseeing all purchasing
of food beverage, supplies and equipment; estimating product and personnel
levels; utilizing labour scheduling tool to adjust salary and hourly schedules _
following demand patterns and occupancy levels, budget and local labour
laws; maintaining effective inventory and shortage controls; traking expenses
including payroll, supplies, maintenance and generating monthly inventory
and cost of sales reports as well as other reports requested by management and
works with the General Manager to develop an annual food and beverage plan
and budget.

Ensure a pleasant dining experience in all outlets by collaborating with the
Executive Chef in the creation of menus and menu pricing.

Maximize food and beverage sales by identifying and targeting sales
opportunities through marketing including promotions and special events.
Maintain customer satisfaction and employee productivity by handling
customer inquiries, concerns or comments and providing solutions; acquiring
feed back from customers and co-workers in order to ensure satisfaction
and/or implement service improvement ideas; developing new concepts

to ensure customer satisfaction and repeat business.

We offer an excellent benefits package and competitive compensation. For full
consideration, all interested applicants should forward a copy of their resume to
the attention of Director of Human Resources at jobs@cablebeachre

fax to (242) 677-4140





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Minimum wage increases pinch small businesses in several states

By JOYCE M
ROSENBERG
_ AP Business Writer

NEW YORK (AP) — The
new year brought an instant
jump in labour costs for thou-
sands of small business owners

the only owners affected by the
increases — even those paying
above the minimum say they’re
under pressure to raise their
employees’ pay.

The increases in some states
were fairly steep — in Arizona,
for example, the minimum

in states across the country
whose minimum wages went up
as of January 1. But they’re not

COMMONWEALTH 2006/CLE/GEN/00694

OF THE BAHAMAS
IN THE SUPREME COURT
BETWEEN —
JOHN FARRADAY
AND
JOHN MITTENS
JUDGMENT CREDITORS
AND
JAN WARD

JUDGMENT DEBTOR

ORDER FOR EXAMINATION OF JUDGMENT DEBTOR

WHEREAS the Judgment Creditors entered a
Judgment against the above-named Judgment Debtor
in this Honorable Court on the 3rd day of August
2006 for the sum of $175,000.00 together with interest
thereon from the 11th April to the date of Judgment.

AND WHEREAS by reason of circumstances
stated in the Affidavit of Luther H. McDonald filed
on behalf of the Judgment Creditors, the Judgment
Creditors now claim the sum of $175,000.00 with
interest thereon. Judgment remains unsatisfied.

AND UPON READING the Affidavit of Luther
H. McDonald Filed herein on the 20th day of October
A.D. 2006 YOU JAN WARD THE JUDGMENT
DEBTOR ARE HEREBY ORDERED to attend before
the Registrar of the Supreme Court on Wednesday the
31st day of January A.D., 2007 at 11:00 o’clock in
the forenoon and orally examined as to any and what
debts are owning to you and whether you have any
and if so what property or other méans of satisfying the
said Judgment and to produce at such time and place
any books or documents in your property or means.

AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the
cost of this application and of the examination
thereunder be in the discretion of the = said

AND TAKE NOTICE that unless you obey the

directions contained in this Order you will be guilty of

contempt of Court and will be liable to be committed to
prison.

DATED THE 12th day of December A.D., 2006
DEPUTY
REGISTRAR
THIS ORDER FOR EXAMINATION was made on
the application of ALEXIOU, KNOWLES & CO. of

Chambers, St. Andrew’s Court, Frederick Street Steps,
Nassau, Bahamas, Attorneys for the Judgment Creditors.



BIs

Pricing Information As Of:
3 2007

Previous Close Today's Close

Abaco Markets
Bahamas Property Fund
Bank of Bahamas
Benchmark
Bahamas Waste
Fidelity Bank .
Cable Bahamas
Colina Holdings
Commonwealth Bank
Consolidated Water BDRs
Doctor's Hospital
Famguard
Finco
FirstCaribbean
Focol
Freeport Concrete
ICD Utilities
J. S. Johnson
Premier Real Estat
soapopnae naan mnaasencnen ppsraneny

52wk-Hi 5S2wk-Low Symbol

12.25 Bahamas Supermarkets
10.00 Caribbean Crossings (Pref)

.00 ABDAB
14.00 Bahamas Supermarkets
0.35 RND Holdings
ie

Fund Name
Colina Money Market Fund
Fidelity Bahamas G & | Fund
Colina MS! Preferred Fund
Colina Bond Fund
Prime Income Fund
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1.320246"
2.9449"""
2.472341""
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BISX ALL SHARE INDEX - 19 Dec 02 = 1,000.00

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

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

Previous Close - Previous day's weighted price for daily volume
Today's Close - Current day's weighted price for daily volume
Change - Change In closing price from day to day

Daily Vol. - Number of total shares traded today

DIV § - Dividends per share paid in t..e last 12 months

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

MARKET TERMS

wage is now $6.75 an hour, up
from $5.15, which is the current
federal minimum. In New

York, the minimum is now
$7.15, up from $6.75. Smaller
increases have gone into effect
in other states, and some states
still plan increases later this
year.

Moreover, some cities have
also raised their minimums
even where there’s been no
statewide increase. And
employers might be seeing an
increase at the federal level this

-year — the Democrats who

now control Congress have said

they’re making a priority of |

raising the nation’s minimum
wage.

Many small businesses pay
well above the minimum, but
retailers and fast-food restau-
rants who in particular depend
on young, entry-level workers
often pay the minimum, and so
they stand to be hit hard by the
change. Yet companies whose
workers are paid above the
minimum are also being affect-
ed, and businesses who hope to
hire minimum wage earners in
the future are also having to
factor in higher labor costs.

In Michigan, the minimum

will be rising 20 cents to $7.15

an hour from $6.95 on July 1,
and it’s also scheduled to rise
another 25 cents to $7.40 a year
after that. Tim Shepherd, own-
er of TWC Surf and Sport in

Keego Harbor, Mich., said the
increase means some of his
store’s workers, who tend to
range from 16 to 22 years old,
will have to work fewer hours.

“Our budget stays the same,”
Shepherd said. “It’s definitely
going to pinch us a bit — we
may have less people working.”

Shepherd said the employees
who will be affected perform
what are known as back-room
jobs, rather than those who
work directly with customers.
“We're never going to be able
to pull those guys off the floor,”
he said of his sales staff.

Part of the problem that
Shepherd and other retailers in
the state face is uncertainty due
to job cuts and buyouts in the
auto industry — it’s difficult to
pass higher labor costs on to
customers. “We’re on a roller-
coaster ride now in Michigan
with the economy so bad,” he
said.

Joe Fontana, who owns a
Detroit-based corrugated pack-
aging company, said, “I don’t
think it affects us immediately,
but there’s be some trickling
effect in the future.”

Fontana, CEO of Michigan
Box Co., said most of his
employees are already earning
above the minimum, but with
the state-mandated wage ris-

ing, “now they expect more.”
He’s also concerned that the
increase might affect future
expansion plans — for exam-
ple, if he needs a new assembly
line, the kind of work that
Fontana would pay the mini-
mum wage for. “That’s going
to affect our product costs. ...
You have to ask yourself, ‘Can
you still do this, or do you need
to farm it out to Mexico now?’”
Fontana said he relies on
temporary agencies for some

workers, and those costs are -

likely to go up too.

Joe Schodowski already
expects to be hurt by Michi-
gan’s increase. His Auburn
Hills-based online company,
Shelving.com, is opening its first
traditional store.

The higher wage “is really

going to put pressure on me,”
he said. “I’m going to have to
raise my sales expectations to
cover the overhead.”

Like Fontana, he’s expecting
his current employees to ask
for a raise too. When workers
see other employees getting
more, “somebody that’s mak-
ing $10 an hour thinks, "I should
be making $12 an hour. .. . They
want to be made whole again.”

The employers don’t
begrudge workers the added
pay. As Schodowski put it,
“everyone needs to make a
wage.”

But he’s still concerned about
the health of his business in a
difficult local economy.

“It’s going to be tougher and
tougher for manufacturers to
compete,” he said.

Legal Notice

Notice

MARINE ADVENTURE CO. INC.

Pursuant to the Provisions of Section 138 (8) of the
International Business Companies Act 2000 notice

Legal Notice

NOTICE

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
(No.45 of 2000)

PROFIT WIN LIMITED
In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 137 (4)
of the International Business Companies Act No. 45 of 2000,
PROFIT WIN LIMITED has been disolved and struck off
the Register according to the Certificate of Dissolution issued
by the Registrar General on the 27th day of December, 2006.

FIDES TRUST LIMITED
80 Broad Street
Monrovia, Liberia
Liquidator

Legal Notice

: NOTICE

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
(No.45 of 2000)

CAREX INTERNATIONAL LTD.
In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 137 (4)
of the International Business Companies Act No. 45 of 2000,
CAREX INTERNATIONALLTD. has been disolved and struck
off the Register according to the Certificate of Dissolution issued

by the Registrar General on the 27th day of December, 2006.

EPSILON MANAGEMENT LTD.
2 Commercial Centre Square
Alofi, Niue
Liquidator

=) aie) eas

Change

Last Price
14.00

YIELD - last 12 month dividends divided by closing price
Bid $ - Buying price of Colina and Fidelity

Ask $ - Selling price of Colina and fidelity

Last Price - Last traded over-the-counter price

Weekly Vol.
EPS $ - A company's reported earnings per share for the last 12 mths
NAV - Net Asset Value
N/M - Not Meaningful
FINDEX< - The Fidelity Bahamas Stock Index. January 1, 1994 = 100

\

- Trading volume of the prior week

Weekly Vol. EPS

NAV KEY
*- 22 December 2006
* - 30 November 2006
*** . 30 November 2006
- 30 November 2006

30 November 2006
PIESEE'M Se
SS

is hereby given that the above-named Company has

been dissolved and struck off the Register pursuant to
a Certificate of Dissolution issued by the Registrar
General on the 14th day of December, 2006. .

Lynden Maycock
Liquidator
of
MARINE ADVENTURE CO. INC.



Legal Notice

Notice

LEADING EDGE TECHNOLOGY
SERVICES LIMITED

Pursuant to the Provisions of Section 138 (8) of the
International Business Companies Act 2000 notice
is hereby given that the above-named Company has
been dissolved and struck off the Register pursuant
to a Certificate of Dissolution issued by the Registrar
General on the 15th day of December, 2006.

Lynden Maycock
Liquidator
of
LEADING EDGE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES LIMITED

Legal Notice

NOTICE.

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
(No.45 of 2000)

SELBOURNE ASSOCIATES LIMITED
In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 137 (4)
of the International Business Companies Act No. 45 of 2000,
SELBOURNE ASSOCIATES LIMITED has been disolved
and struck off the Register according to the Certificate of
Dissolution issued by the Registrar General on the 27th day of
December, 2006.

MARK JAMES SHORTLAND
Vannin, Fairy Cottage
Laxey, Isle of Man
-IM4 7B
Liquidator

Legal Notice

NOTICE

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMPANIES ACT
(No.45 of 2000)

RHIANNON S.A.
In Voluntary Liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section 137 (4)
of the International Business Companies Act No. 45 of 2000,

RHIANNON S.A. has been dissolved and struck off the
Register according to the Certificate of Dissolution issued by the
Registrar Gencral on the 16th day of November, 2006.

JOHN GRIMSHAW
Nautilus House
La Cour des Casernes
St. Helier, Jersey
JE1 3NH
Liquidator


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INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
MUST SELL pres
: January 4th, 2007
fe) MISCELLANEOUS PROPERTIES FO

ELEUTHERA - LOT NO. 14B & 7B, PALMETTO POINT

«All that piece parcel or lot of land and improvement comprising of 20,355 sq. ft. being Lot #14B and 7B and situated in the Palmetto

w) Point District of the Island of Eleuthera, Northward of the public road which runs from the Palmetto Point settlement to Savannah
Sound in the coastal area northward of Ingraham’s Pond, and which said piece, parcel or Lot of land and improvements forms a
portion of several parcels of land containing 2.947 acres or thereabouts and which also includes Lot No. 7B. This site encompasses a
2-storey structure comprising 3-bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathorooms, front room, dining room, dining room, family room, utility room, pantry,
kitchen, stairwell, basement, 2-car garage and attic office. The entire house is equipped with central air-conditioning. The upper floor
to the porch area has been converted into a storage and an area for the irrigation system and equipment. There is a pool area at the,
rear of this building approximately 537.14 sq. ft. with the garage area approximately 777 sq. ft. This area is complete with all utilities
and services available. : se ce Sele









LOT NO. 1490 GOLDEN GATES SECTION 2 -

All that lot of land having an area of 6,000 sq. ft. being lot no. 1490 of the subdivision known’and designated as Golderi Gates, the
said subdivision situated in the southwestern district of New Providence, bahamas. This property is comprised of a 25 yer old single
family residence consisting of approximately 2,480 sq. ft. of enclosed living space with three’ bedrooms, three bathrooms, living,
| dining rooms and kitchen. The land is on a grade and level, however the site appears to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the posibility
| of flooding during annual heavy rainy periods of the year. The grounds are fairly kept, ith improvements including driveway, walkway
| and low shrubs. Yard is enclosed on one side wth a 5 foot chain linked fencing and a low cement block wall to the front.

Appraisal: $162,400.00

Traveling west on Carmichael Road turn left then right onto the service road opposite Bahamas Faith Ministries Complex, then first left
again after passing clico and pre-school. The subject house is the 6th house left painted green trimmed white.



‘

LOT NO. 1, BLOCK NO. 45,
SECTION E, ELEUTHERA ISLAND SHORES

All that piece parcel or lot of land having an area of 9,644 sq. ft. being lot #1 in block 45, Section “E” in the subdivision called and known as Eleuthera
Island Shores Subdivision, situated in the vicinity of Hatchet Bay Harbour, on the island of Eleuthera, one of the islands of the Commonwealth of The
Bahams. This site encompasses a two storey building-which is approximately 14 yrs old and is abandoned. There is a wooden landing approximately 7’-
4” wide by 20’-0” on the upper level, approximately 1,610 sq. ft. of enclosed living space, with 3-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms, front room, dining room,-den,
kitchen, and utility room. The wooden porch on the upper level is approximately 148sq. ft. There is also a water cistern under the dining room floor area.

All utilities and services available. .
Appraisal: $151,007.00





This property is situated in Eleuthera Island Shores.

MURPHY TOWN (ABACO)

All that lot of land and improvements having an area of 40,000 sq ft being portion of lot #120 of the original Murphy Town Corwn Allotments, Abaco, Bahamas. One of the
islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. This property is comprised a single storey concrete structure consisting of approximately 1,000 sq ft of enclosed living space,
with three bedrooms, one bathroom, living room, dining room and kitchen. The building appears to have recently undergone refurbishment. The property is enclosed with
chain-link fencing and partially lanscaped. :










Appraisal: $144,200.00

This property is situated off the front street, Murphy Town, Abaco.

DUNDAS TOWN (ABACO)

3 two bed, 1 bath triplex 9,000 sq. ft., lot no. 18b with an area for a small shop. Age 12 years the land is a portion of one of the Dundas Town Crown Allotment
parcels stretching from Forest Drive to Front Street, being just under a quarter acre in size and on the lowside. A concrete block structure, with asphalt shingle roof
and L-shape in design with a total length of 70x26 ft, plus 50 x 22 ft., 2,920 sq. ft., the interior walls are concrete blocks, ceiling is sheet rock and the floors of viny!

tiles.
Appraisal: $220,500.00

> MURPHY TOWN (ABACO) -

Lot #60 with a structure, lot size 60 x 115 ft., 6,900 sq. ft., 10 ft., above sea level but below road level and would flood in a severe hurricane the duplex has dimensions
of 60 ft by 30 ft partly of wood and partly of cement blocks with one section virtually finished and occupied with blocks up to window level and floor ready to be poured.
The roof is asphalt shingles, the interior walls and ceiling are of 1x6 pine and the floor of ceramic tiles. The finished work is average/below, 2 bedrooms, one bath,
living/dining. The occupied portion of the structure is not complete. Age:-10 years old. :

Appraisal: $60,540.00

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY MUST SELL
LOT NO. 46 GOLDEN GATES SECTION 2

All that lot of land having an area of 6,000 sq. ft. being lot 46 of the subdivision known and designated as Golden Gates 2, the said subdivision situated
in the Southwestern District of New Providence Bahamas. This property is comprised of a 20yr old single family residence consisting of approximately
1 1,854 sq. ft. of enclosed living space with 4-bedrooms, 2-bathrooms, living/dining rooms, and kitchen. The land is on a grade and level; however the .
site appears to be sufficiently elevated to disallow the possibility of flooding during annual heavy rainy periods of the year. The grounds are fairly kept,
with npr vemos including driveway, walkway and low shrubs. The yard is enclosed with chain linked fencing and cement block wall to the front with
wrought iron gate. : ae

_ Appraisal: $180,678.00

Traveling west on Carmichael Road turn left on Dominica Drive, corner just after St Gregory’s Church the subject house is the 8th house on the right
hand side painted light peach trimmed dark peach with large mango tree in front. : .

LOT NO. 6 BLOCK 13 WOODLAND WAY, WINTON HEIGHTS (NASSAU)

All that piece parcel or lot of land having an area of 14,897 sq. ft. being lot 6, block 13, in the Subdivision known as Winton Heights, this property is comprised of a 26
year old 11/2 storey single family resident consisting of approximately 2,567 sq. ft. of enclosed living space with 3 bed rooms, 2 baths, upstairs and downstairs
consisting of a foyer, guest bedroom and bath, laundry room, kitchen, powder room, sunken living area, tv room and dining area. Climate control is provided by wall air
conditioning units throughout the house quality of construction and maintenance is fair as a good amount of remedial work is needed on the roof and plumbing system.
The effective age of the building is seven years the property is rectangular in shape on flat terrain, and on a level grade slightly elevated above the road to disallow .
flooding during annual heavy rainy periods. The grounds improvements include a concrete wall with two double gates at the front with chain-link fencing otherwise,
open patios at the front and back, and a 20,000 gal rainwater cistern under the front patio overall, the grounds are. attractive and well kept.

Appraisal: $387,647.00

Traveling east on Prince Charles Drive go pass Winton Super Value, then second left to T Junction, turn right at T junction and the subject property is the third
house right painted yellow trimmed white. 5 es :

VACANT PROPERTIES )
LOT NO. 10B, PALMETTO POINT __

All that piece, parcel or lot of vacant land containing 9,000 sq. ft., and being Lot No. 10B situated North of Ingraham’s Pond and Eastwardly of North Palmetto Point, ‘on the island of Eleuthera, one of the islands of the Commonwealth
of the Bahamas, and is bounded and abutting as follows:- on the north by Lot No. 3B and running thereon for a distance of (90) ft; on the East by Lot No. 11B and running thereon for a distance of (100) ft; on the south by a 20’ wide
road reservation and running thereon (90) ft on the west by Lot Na. 9B running thereon for a distance of (100) Ft, the said Lot is overgrown with shrubs and is in.close proximity of a white sandy beach. This neighborhood is zoned
residential development and is quiet and peaceful with a topography of approximately 50ft and because of this there is no danger of flooding. The area is approximately 80% developed with all utilities and services available.

APPRAISAL: $72,000.00





MUTTON FISH POINT NORTH ELEUTHERA i :

All that piece, parcel or lot of vacant land containing 44,714 sq. ft., and designated “E” which forms a portion of land known as “Mutton Fish Point” situated about two miles northwestward of the settlement of Gregory Town on the
island of Eleuthera, one of the islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, and is bounded and abutting as follows:- Northwardly by the land now or formerly the property of Coridon Limited, and running thereon for a distance
of 393.13 hundredth ft.; outwardly by a 30’ wide road reservation and running thereon for a distance of 402.57 hundredth ft; eastwardly by the main Queen’s Highway and running thereon for a distance of 109.73 hundredth ft;
westwardly by land now or formerly the property of Caridon Limited and running thereon for a distance of 110.75 hundredth ft. this property having an area of approximately 44,714 sq. ft. this neighbourhood is zoned commercial/residential
development and is quiet, peaceful and has a topography of approximately 2 ft. with all utilities and services available.

APPRAISAL: $51,421.00 mee
MUTTON FISH POINT NORTH ELEUTHERA

All that piece, parcel or tract of land containing 1 acre situated about two miles northwestward of the settlement of Gregory Town on the island of Eleuthera, one of the islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, and is bounded
and abutting as follows:- Northwestwardly by the main Queens Highway and is running thereon for a distance of 125.462 feet northwestwardly by the land now of formerly the property of Coridon Limited, and running thereon for a:
distance of 390.274 hundredth ft.; southwestwardly by a 30’ wide road reservation and running thereon for a distance of 128.128 hundredth ft; southeastwardly by the land now or formerly the property of the Venor. and running
thereon for a distance of 322.955 hundredth ft. This property having an area of approximately 44,847.76 sq. ft. This neighbourhood is zoned commercial development and is quiet and peaceful with a topography of approximately 2

ft. with all utilities and services available. a
APPRAISAL: $51,421.00

This lot is vacant land and is located in the area known as “Mutton Fish Point”

MUTTON FISH POINT NORTH ELEUTHERA

All that piece, parcel or lot of. vacant land and improvements containing approximately 44,587 sq. ft. and designated “F” which forms a portion of land known as “Mutton Fish Point” situated about two miles northwestward of the

settlement of Gregory Town on the island of Eleuthera, one of the islands of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, and bounded and abutting as follows:- Northwardly by the land now or formerly the property of Coridon Limited,

and running thereon for a distance of 383.56 hundredth ft; southwardly by land now or formerly the property of Caridon Limited and running thereon for a.distance of 393-19 hundredth ft. eastwardl by the main Queen’s Highway

and running thereon for a distance of 113.40 hundredth ft. westwardly by land now or formerly the property of Coridon Limited and running thereon for a distance of 113.40 hundreath ft. this neighbourhood | is zoned commercial/residential
. development and is quiet, peaceful and has a topography of approximately 2 ft. with all utilities and services available. Me

APPRAISAL: $51,276.00



For conditions of sale and other information contact

Philip White @ 502-3077 email philip. white@scotiabank.com or Harry Collie @ 502-3034 * email harry.collie@scotiabank.com ¢ Fax 356-3851



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THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 7B



Canada arrivals increase Lee um For the stories behind the news,
read /nsighton Mondays

FROM page 1B

Canada was up by 9 per cent.

“We’ve raised our marketing
profile substantially [in Cana-
da] in the last 18 months. For
some reason unknown to
myself, we abandoned the
Canadian market for a few
years, but are now back in a big
way.”

To kick-start its Canadian
marketing, the Ministry of
Tourism branded street-cars in
Toronto with the Bahamas
brand, using them as moving
Billboards.

In addition, the Ministry had
worked with its Canadian part-

ners, Air Canada Vacations and -

Conquest Vacations, on brand-
ing the inside of the cars, pro-
viding contact and pricing infor-
mation for a Bahamian vaca-
tion.

Mr Thompson said the Min-
istry had hired Canadian firm
Punch Communications to pro-
vide a full-service media, adver-
tising, public relations and Inter-
net campaign to further the
Bahamas’ presence in the Cana-
dian market.

' “Without a doubt, the
Bahamas has to be a leader in

Ministry sets up Florida unit

FROM page 1B

that “pricing is going to be
something we have to look at”.

In targeting new markets, Mr
Thompson said the Bahamas
had to look at their ‘seasonali-
ty’, as Europeans and Latin
Americans travelled in greater
numbers during specific: times
of the year.

“How do we best maximise
these markets to ensure we
have full hotel rooms year-
round,” Mr Thompson asked.
The mid-week period was also
traditionally. weaker for
Bahamas hotels in terms of
occupancies and rates, he
added, something that also had
tobe addressed.

Internet technology, and e-com-
merce has to be kicked up a
notch,” Mr Thompson said.
“The Internet is going to be
key. You’re going to be a

‘dinosaur and disappear if you

don’t get on board with the new
technology.”

He added that products such
as Blackberrys and Ipods had
to be embraced by the Ministry
of Tourism as a means of get-
ting its message to potential vis-
itors.

Canada, along with Latin
America, China and Europe,
are markets being targeted by
the Ministry of Tourism to
diversify the industry’s customer
base away from its reliance on
the US.

Mr Thompson said the Min-
istry was currently developing
its Spanish and Portuguese-lan-
guage websites, with its French,
German, Italian and Mandarin
versions already up and run-
ning.

The Mandarin website was
receiving 7,000 hits per month,
Mr Thompson said, and the
Bahamas was now in a position
to start receiving group tourist
business from China.

This was due to the Chinese
National Tourism Authority
approving Bahamian tour oper-

Mr Thompson said the
Bahamas was targeting Brazil,
Argentina, Mexico, Chile and
Panama for visitors from Latin
America.

It was focusing on Panama
because this acted as a hub that
most of Latin America’s major
airlines flew to, and the Min-
istry had begun talks to Copa
Airlines about providing direct
service to the Bahamas.

Direct flights would eliminate
the inconvenience for Latin
Americans of travelling to the
Bahamas through the US. Many
were unable to combine US
trips with visits to the Bahamas
because they had only obtained
single US entry visas.

Mr Thompson said the Min-
istry had established contact
with Latin American tour oper-

ators in March 2006, and Chi-
nese travel agents, tour opera-
tors and media who had visited
the Bahamas last year had
already “sent business to the
Bahamas”.

Mr Thompson said the Min-
istry of Tourism had already
met with Chinese travel agents
in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong
Kong, and had contracted
Weber Shandwick, its public
relations firm, to start a mar-
keting campaign.

This had resulted in 300
advertising placements in media
and trade publications, but Mr
Thompson warned that “com-

petition for Chinese business

will also increase”.

Although only 1 per cent of

Chinese are currently allowed
to travel abroad, most being
government-sponsored groups,
this amounts to some 13 million
people. China, Mr Thompson
added, is expected to become
the largest supplier of outbound
tourists in the world over the
next 10-20 years.

Difficulties in issuing visas to
Chinese visitors also had to be
overcome, Mr Thompson said,
adding: “One of the things we
thought was the [Chinese] busi-
ness would come in combina-
tion With visits to the US, but

ators and travel agents, and was
working with the Ministry of
Transport and Aviation and
Ministry of Works to “flatten
out the arrival time” at the Lyn-
den Pindling International Air-
port.

what has come to light is that
Cuba is a destination they want
to combine with the Bahamas.”

The Ministry was now work-
ing on how to combine visits to
Cuba with the Bahamas.

On the European front, Mr
Thompson said the Ministry of
Tourism was working to pursue
European-based resort devel-
opers such as the RIU Paradise
Island, Club Med in San Sal-
vador, Viva Fortuna in Grand
Bahama, and the Italian-based
Coco di Mama in Eleuthera.

The arrival of such resorts in
the Bahamas had increased air-
lift from Europe, and con-
tributed to European airlines
making direct flights to the
Bahamas to service them.

“There has to be:a plan in
place when targeting these mar-
kets to ensure all angles and
bases are covered,” Mr Thomp-
son said.

“We need to diversify our
market and prepare our peo-
ple.

“We’re in international
tourism. We need to diversify
and adapt the tourism product
for the market we’re going
after. We need to diversify
sources of business the
Bahamas is drawing if the US
takes a hit.”



He acknowledged that the
airport did not have the capac-
ity to handle the number of pas-
sengers that arrived at peak
periods between 11am and 2pm,
and the ‘stacking’ of aircraft
needed to be addressed.

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that STEFFANIE ELLAINE TAYLOR
OF NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for registration/
naturalization as acitizen of The Bahamas, andthat anyperson

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 28th day of
December, 2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality
and. Citizenship, P.O.Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.



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Credit Lines and Limit Controls of Loans

Net Asset Value Weekly & Monthly Calculations
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Daily & Weekly reporting and controls
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documentation

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Construction activity showed
further weakness as spending
on homes dropped for a record
eighth consecutive month.

The Commerce Department
reported Wednesday that
building activity edged down

_ 0.2 percent in November to a

seasonally adjusted annual rate
of $1.18 trillion. That followed
declines of 0.3 percent in Octo-
ber and 0.8 percent in Sep-
tember.

The weakness was led by a
1.6 percent plunge in home
construction, which followed
an even bigger 1.7 percent
drop in October. Analysts
believe home building will
remain weak for several more
months as builders struggle to
work down a huge backlog of
unsold homes.

The slump in housing has
been a big drag on the overall

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economy, trimming 1.2 per-

‘ centage points off growth in

‘the July-September quarter,

when the economy slowed to a
lackluster 2 percent growth
rate. The slump in October
and November indicates hous-
ing will remain a serious drag
in the final three months of the
year.

The housing decline pushed
spending on residential build-
ings down to a seasonally
adjusted annual rate of $589.3
million in November.

Housing has been in a slump
this year after a prolonged
boom that was fueled by the
lowest mortgage rates in more
than four decades. However,
that boom triggered increased
speculation, driving home
prices up sharply in many parts
of the country.

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projects showed strength last
month, rising a strong 1.5 per-
cent to an all-time high of
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The Executive Chef will direct and supervise all aspects of multiple outlet food ,
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excellence in all aspects of the operation.

The successful candidate should possess the following:

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¢ Minimum of five years as a Senior Chef supervising a similar operations with
multiple outlets serving a variety of cuisines.

e Direct and maintain culinary standards and have full working knowledge and
practice of grade manger, saucier rotisserie, entremettier, ice carving, wine

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gains for office buildings,
hotels and shopping centers.
The category that covers
hotels and resorts was up 71.4
percent in November com-
pared with November 2005,
while construction of office
buildings rose 30.9 percent
from a year ago and hospitals
and other health care facilities
saw a 19.8 percent jump in
activity from a year ago.
Analysts said these solid
gains in nonresidential activity
should continue in the new
year but would be offset by a
continued slump in housing
outside of apartment building.
“Energy and power-related
construction, hotels, hospitals
and rental housing will all per-
form well while single-family
and condo construction will
sink the totals,” said Ken
Simonson, chief economist for
the Associated General Con-
tractors of America.
Government building activ-
ity rose by 1 percent to an all-
time high of $278.4 billion at an
annual rate. That reflected a
1.1 percent rise in state and
local building projects which
hit a record of $258.7 billion.
This increase offset a 0.8 per-
cent fall in spending on feder-
al projects which dipped 0.8
percent to a rate of $19.7 bil-
lion.

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NOTICE is hereby given that LEON MAURICE EXALUS : f Om Ow ne (| oy
OF CLARIDGE ROAD, P.O. BOX N-356 NASSAU, ss

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 28th day of
December, 2006 to the Minister responsible for Nationality
and Citizenship, P.O.Box N-7147, Nassau, Bahamas.

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Attributes:

“+ Must have 8-10 years experience in Golf Course
Construction and Management at leading Golf Club

“ Must have knowledge of all phases of Golf course
design and construction activities including vertical golf
construction (club houses, maintenance facilities,

irrigation pump stations)

“> Must have a thorough understanding of all phases of
maintenance and repair to courses, practice range and

equipment

“* Must have extensive experience working with city
planners, engineers, architects, and contractors
“Must be knowledgeable in all phases of construction

contracts related to golf projects
“+ Must be a detail oriented, a skilled planner and
prioritizer with excellent communication skills

“- Must be computer literate

“ Must be willing to live on an out island
¢ - Ability to work on own initiative is important

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apply.

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@ By EILEEN ALT POWELL
AP Business Writer

NEW YORK (AP) —
Lawrence Jones knew he was
taking a chance on interest
rates when he agreed to an
adjustable-rate mortgage in
2002. ’

Jones, who works with a
heating and air conditioning
company and owns a three-
bedroom home in Monroe,

_ N.C., said that the first year,

there was no change in his
interest rate. But the rate went
up a percentage point in each
of the next two years.

The rate was going to notch
up another percentage point
last fall when Jones and his
wife, Delesia, decided it was
time to refinance and elimi:
nate the increases with a 30-
year, fixed-rate mortgage.

“I wanted to stay under 7
percent,” Jones said. “I’m a
person who likes certainty, and
I’m getting that my new mort-
gage.”

In recent months, thousands
of homeowners like the Jone-
ses have grown uncomfortable
with the rising rates on their
adjustable mortgages and have
been switching to the fixed-
rate variety, mortgage experts
say. The advantage is that they

lock in an interest rate — and a
monthly payment — so that
budgeting becomes more pre-
dictable.

They can thank the Federal

‘Reserve, which through most

of 2006 pushed up short-term
interest rates, boosting the
costs of adjustable-rate mort-
gages and other short-term
loans, while the rates on long-
term debt remained flat.

Jim Svinth, chief economist
at LendingTree, an online
mortgage marketplace based
in Charlotte, N.C., said he’s
been seeing a surge in refi-
nancing of ARMs for the past
six to eight weeks. He expects
the trend to continue well into
2007.

Reasons

Among the reasons people
are switching is that the differ-
ence in the rate on adjustable
mortgages and on fixed mort-
gages has narrowed, he said.
For example, the rate on a
mortgage that can adjust annu-
ally was 5.84 percent in recent
weeks, compared with about
6.22 percent on a fixed-rate
mortgage.

Many borrowers are opting
to pay a little more for the
fixed-rate mortgage ‘to avoid

the risk of a reset on an
adjustable mortgage in the
future, Svinth said.

“We’re seeing a lot of people ©

who are saying they’d rather
pay half a percent in rate and
have the security of a fixed
loan, particularly given that the
absolute level of rates is
down,” he said.

Overall, there’s less demand
for mortgages because rates
have been on the rise and
because home prices have
become so expensive that
many families have been
priced out of the market or are
waiting until prices start to
come down.

Still, Mike Fratantoni, senior
economist with the Mortgage
Bankers Association, an indus-

try group based in Washing- '

ton, D.C., said refinancings
have been strong.

About half of all mortgage
applications have been for refi-
nancing, and applications in
December were at the highest
level in 14 months, the associ-
ation’s survey found.

And more families are opt-
ing for fixed-rate mortgages,
Fratantoni said.

The group’s latest survey of
lenders of found that ARMs
had fallen to 20.4 percent of
mortgage applications in the

Tso mw

final week of 2006. That’s well:
below the all-time high of 36:
percent in March 2005 and the
lowest percentage since mid-
2003. ‘
Michael L. Moskowitz, pres~’
ident of the New York-based,
mortgage company Equity
Now, said each family needs,
to evaluate its current situa:
tion to determine if refinancing
makes sense. 4
“If you have an adjustable-}
rate mortgage and it’s moved,
up close to the fixed rate, go
for the fixed,” he said. :
But homeowners with a,
hybrid mortgage — say a fixed:
rate for five years, then an.
annual adjustment — that has’
several years to go before it,
begins resetting “might want
to stay with what you’ve got.”
Another factor to consider,
is how long you’re going to
stay in the house, Moskowitz
said. , 5
“If the family thinks they’re
going to move in three or four
years, why bother” to pay a _
‘premium for a fixed-rate loan:
Moskowitz also believes that
mortgage rates “which have
been pretty good ... could ga
down another quarter point
over the next year.” But hé
cautions: “Of course, nobody
really knows for sure.”








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WASHINGTON (AP) —
ExxonMobil Corp. gave $16
million to 43 ideological groups
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by Britain’s leading scientific
academy. Last September, The
Royal Society wrote the oil
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@ By JEANNINE AVERSA
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' WASHINGTON (AP) —
Heightened concern about the
harsher-than-expected housing
slump was a key factor in the
Federal Reserve’s decision to
hold interest rates steady last
month.

“ Minutes of the Fed’s delibera-
tions show that policymakers

revealed increased concern over
the real estate bust — even as
they were reiterating that their
No. 1 aim was to make sure that
inflation, which has been calm-
ing down, continued to recede.
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possible rate increase, if needed,
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the Company has therefore been struck off the Register.

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identified in the minutes of the
meeting — thought the central
bank should have held out the
possibility of a rate cut as well.

That member thought the
Fed’s statement issued last month
“should emphasize that policy
could be adjusted in either direc-
tion, depending on the evolution
of the outlook for inflation and
economic growth.”

In its Dec. 12 policy statement,
however, the Fed didn’t specu-
late about a rate cut. Rather, the
policymakers hewed closely to
previous language about the pos-
sibility of a rate increase, some-
thing most economists think is
not likely to happen.

At their last meeting of 2006,
Fed chairman Ben Bernanke and
all but one of his central bank
colleagues agreed to leave an
important interest rate
unchanged at 5.25 percent, their
fourth straight meeting without
changing the rate.

Many economists believe the
Fed will hold rates steady at its
next meeting, Jan. 30-31, and fur-
ther into the new year. The Fed’s
mext rate move, many analysts
and investors predict, will proba-
bly be a rate cut later in 2007.

At their December meeting,
Fed policymakers said economic
growth had slowed over the
course of 2006, partly reflecting a
“substantial cooling” of the hous-
ing market. That description
went beyond the Fed’s previous
assessment in late October and
suggested a sharper slump in
housing could be taking place.

The policymakers suggested

that the economy was in for slug-
gish growth owing to the hous-
ing slump, but they didn’t indi-
cate that the expansion was in
danger of fizzling. Nonetheless,
they said people needed to stay
alert for any signs that weakness
in the housing sector could seri-
ously infect the rest of the econ-

omy.
Judged

“Several members judged that
the subdued tone of some incom-
ing indicators meant that the
downside risks to economic
growth in the near term had
increased a little and become a
bit more broadly based than pre-
viously thought,” the Fed min-
utes said.

The minutes noted that growth
in business investment had
slowed and manufacturing had
cooled, in part reflecting the
struggling automotive industry.

Consumer spending — the
lifeblood of the economy —
seemed to be holding up fairly
well, yet there were risks that
could change. “Considerable
uncertainty regarding the ulti-
mate extent of the housing mar-
ket correction meant that
spillovers to consumption could
become more evident, especially
if house prices were to decline
significantly,” the minutes said.

Investment in building was
likely to fall in coming quarters as
builders sought to reduce their
backlogs of unsold homes, the
minutes said.

Meanwhile, Fed policymakers

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excludes food and energy prices
— move lower. They stuck to
their forecast that this was likely
to occur in the months ahead.
That said, “all members agreed
that the risk that inflation would
fail to moderate as desired
remained the predominant con-

cern,” according to the minutes. ,

At the December meeting Jef-
frey Lacker, president of the Fed-

eral Reserve Bank of Richmond,
Va., was the lone dissenter in the
vote to leave rates unchanged.
He believed an increase was
needed so that “core inflation:
declines to an acceptable rate in!
coming quarters,” the minutes,
said.

Since August, the Fed has held
rates steady. Before that, though,
it had steadily boosted rates — 17
times — since June 2004 to fend
off inflation.

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Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section
138 (8) of the International Business Companies Act 2000,
the dissolution of MARVEL INNOVATIONS LTD.
has been completed; a Certificate of Dissolution has been
issued and the Company has therefore been struck off
the Register.

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Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section
138 (8) of the International Business Companies Act 2000,

the dissolution of MAJORCA INVESTMENTS INC.

has been completed; a Certificate of Dissolution has been
issued and the Company has therefore been struck off
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Time to honour our





Kim Clijsters _
opens final —
season with —

in

victory in
quarterfinal —

outstanding athletes

STUBBS

many of the country's top

at the Queen Elizabeth Sports

2 TENNIS ; , ; : :
HONG KONG APPY New Year. It’s players during their early Centre, they will showcase
Associated Press 2007 and already the development. : their own Hall of Fame.
a One from that line is Ford's But it seems as if that will

DEFENDING champi-
on Kim Clijsters kicked off
her final season with a 6-
3, 6-2 win Wednesday over
Zheng Jie in the quarterfi-
nals of the Champions
Challenge, a warmup for
the Australian Open.

Clijsters will face
Switzerland’s Patty Schny-
der in the semifinals.
Schnyder, ranked No. 9 in
the world, upset Svetlana
Kuznetsova 1-6, 6-3, 7-6 (6)
in the other quarterfinal.

The fifth-ranked Clijsters

accolades are coming in for
our athletes.”

Veteran softball player Lin-
da Ford may have achieved
the biggest one during the fes-
tive season when she named
to the Queen’s Honours list.

She was made a member of
the Most Excellent Order for
her contribution to sports.

For more than three
decades, Ford has pitched her
way to one of the longest
careers of any of our sporting
personalities.

As a pitcher, she has won
numerous games and national

late brother, Wenty Ford. He
was one of five Bahamians
who played in the Major
League, but so far, he's not
had any recognition like the
late Andre Rodgers or Tony
Curry.

Surely it would be a good

idea if the Bahamas Govern-
ment could honour Wenty by
renaming Windsor Park in his
memory.

As we launch the new year,
this would be a good time as
well for the creation of a
national museum or. national
park that we can display

take longer than anticipated
because they haven't yet done
the ground breaking.

So before we continue to
lose more and more of our
heroes and heroines, let's see
if we can give them the recog-
nition that they rightly
deserve.

@ CONGRATULATIONS
to Christine Amertil-Ling,
Chris 'Bay' Brown, Sheniqua
Ferguson and Rudon Bastian,
who were named the BAAA's
Most outstanding athletes at
their annual awards banquet

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opening game and led 4-1. the Bahamas on just about images of our outstanding ath- on Saturday night.

Zheng, the reigning Wim- every national team that has letes. There have been so At the same time, let me “«
bledon women’s doubles traveled from the 1970s until many of them that it would congratulate Charmaine McN-

champion and Asian
Games gold medalist,

struggled with Clijsters But even as she gets pre- : 4 : ss

ares to turn 53 on Januar sciatic Track and field has formed ! bodybuilers and the list of -«

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Zheng broke back to pull ward to continuing to make mer BAAA president _ honours ; on Boxing Club. ot

to 4-3 before Clijsters held. her contribution to the sport, Alpheus ‘Hawk’ Finlayson to tional medals, or made a sig- Let's hope that more of the ‘

She then broke Zheng ona as a coach. outstanding Bahamian play- re-establish their Hall of nificant contribution to sports. sporting bodies will take the —:
Fame, which they hope to re- Yet there are stilla number __ time out to recognise and hon-

deep backhand return to

take the first set 6-3.
Zheng broke Clijsters in

the first game of the sec-

2003 when she made her final
trip.

She still has some desire to
get on the mound and pitch
as well, if needed.

Ford.has been one of those



OPINION

ers, who have made their

mark in just about every sport

that you can think about.
They also live right across

probably take a lot of time,
money and energy putting it
all together.

instate with their third induc-

. tion later this year.

The Bahamas Government



@ LINDA FORD was named

of the pioneers, who deserve
some type of recognition, but
they have not been included.

abb, Raymond Tucker and
Samantha Sweeting, who were
named the most outstanding

our their outstanding athletes
at the end of the year or the
end of their season, as did the

ond set, but Clijsters broke unsung heroines in Bahamian from Windsor Park, also _ has its Wall of Fame at the The Bahamas Olympic Women's Basketball Associa-

back in the fourth to even sports, and deserves every referred to as Dorcy Park, Lynden Pindling Internation- Association at one time had tion, which presented their

it at 2-2. The 23-year-old accolade she gets. which was used as the play- al Airport plastered with ath- indicated that as soon as they —_ awards at the beginning of the
ground or training site for letes who have won interna- construct their headquarters new season.

Belgian held her next ser-
vice game, then broke
Zheng after a marathon
game to go up 4-2. She lat-
er broke serve to win the
match, helped by two dou-
ble faults by Zheng.

Clijsters, who plans to
retire at the end of the sea-
son, said after the match
she was frustrated by her
injuries in the past few
years. The 2005 U.S. Open
champion was sidelined by
a left wrist injury late last
year. :

“T’ve been doing so
many exercises for the
wrist, for the knee, for the
hip, for the back, the whole
body almost. At one stage,
I was completely sick of it,”
she said.

She plans to be selective
in choosing tournaments
this year to ease the stress
on her body and focus on
better results.

“T need to pick and
choose just because of my
body. I want to play well
in the tournaments where I
want to do well,” Clijsters
said.

The 4th-ranked
Kuznetsova, the 2004 U.S.
Open champion, dominat- .
ed the first set. Schnyder
found her form in the sec-
ond to even the match.

Kuznetsova led 5-3 and
6-5 in the third but her
Swiss opponent fought
back, saving two match
points as she forced a
tiebreaker.

Schnyder won the
tiebreaker on two forehand
errors by the Russian, who
appeared fatigued and
struggled with her move-
ment.

On Thursday, second-
ranked Maria Sharapova
will face Yan Zi of China,
while Russian Elena
Dementieva meets Nicole
Vaidisova of the Czech
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into Qatar Open quarterfinals

@ TENNIS
DOHA, Qatar
Associated Press

Rochus of Belgium, who beat Federico
Luzzi of Italy 6-1, 6-0. Davydenko led the
top four seeds into the quarterfinals. .



TOP-SEEDED Nikolay Davydenko
defeated Jonas Bjorkman 6-4, 6-3
Wednesday to reach the quarterfinals

of the Qatar Open.

The Russian will next face Olivier

Second-seeded Ivan Ljubicic of Croa-
tia defeated Younes El Ayanoui of
Morocco 6-3, 6-4, third-seeded Marcos
Baghdatis of Cyprus beat Ruben
Ramirez Hidalgo of Spain 6-2, 6-0 and
fourth-seeded Andy Murray of Britain

6-1, 6-3.

ousted Christophe Rochus of Belgium

Ljubicic plays fifth-seeded Mikhail
Youzhny of Russia, who defeated Gael
Monfils of France 6-4, 6-2. Murray takes
on Max Mirnyi of Belarus, who beat
Swiss Marco Chiudinelli 6-3, 6-3.

Baghdatis will play Robin Soderling,
who rallied past Spaniard Guillermo

Garcia-Lopez 4-6, 6-0, 6-3.

Baghdatis, the surprise Australian

said.

‘Open finalist last year, was pleased with
his performance.
“I am moving and serving better,” he

“It is good to play well in the first
week of the season. It shows that I am
ready for the Australian Open.”

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Sweeting’s Colonial
%) Mortuary And Crematorium

84 Blue Hill Road ¢ P.O. Box N-8161 ¢ Tel: 325-7867
e Fax: 325-7867

MR. MARVIN
ARNOLD
ROLLE, 37

| Bimini will be held on

| Saturday 6th January, 2007

| at Mt. Zion Baptist Church,

Bailey Town at 11:00 a.m.

Officiating will be Rev. Dr.

Stanley Pinder assisted by

| Rev. Dr. Carlos Russell and

| Rev. Dr. Clyde Flowers.

x Interment will follow in the
Public Cemetery, Bimini.

He is survived by his parents, Merrie and Audley Rolle;
seven brothers, Dion, Christopher, Ezra, Brian, Jeffrey,
Jamal and Denro Rolle; two sisters, Inetta and Jodie Rolle;
six nieces, Drea, Malika, Mariah, Elisha, Terra and Janel;
nine nephews, Travis Brown, Rick and Miles Lockhart,
Zion, Krishon, Cortez, Brian Jr., Jarad and E.J. Rolle Jr.;
ten aunts, Seney Russell, Ethel, Melvine, Pam and Elrenis
Miller, Evelyn, Estell, Francis, Florie and Patsy Rolle;
seven uncles, Neville, Ben, Evan, James and Freddie Rolle,
Duke Miller and George Griffin; god-parents, Hestermae
and Charlie Weech; cousins, Keppie, Bridgette, Denise,
Tricey, Dencil, Ednal, Dalton Jr., Calvin, Melrose, Anita,
Cindy, Karen, Diane, Eltimae, Barbara, Ruthleen, Donell,
Cherise, Preston, Romado, Henry, Fred, Ray, Zennie, Lydia,

-| Baretta, "D", J.J., Kazetta, Patrice, Valerie, Patricia, Hilda,

Lorenzo, Harrison, Virgil, Maria, Yvonne and Terrence
Rolle, Rev. Stanley Pinder, Maury, Jandilee, Leanna,
Antionette, Rostum, Cassius and Alton Douglas, Clara
Griffin, Allie, Keith, Holly, Shakera, T'coya, Vanna,
Vincent, Kelly, Benjamin Rolle, Joanie Miller, Drexil,
Jasco, T.J. and Lucis Rolle, Zendal Roberts Jr. and the
entire staff of the Public Clinic at Bimini and a host of
other relatives and friends.

The body will repose at the Chapel of the Saints Sweeting's
Colonial Mortuary and Crematorium, #84 Blue Hill Rd.
from 11.00am on Friday until 2.00pm and at the church in
Bimini trom 5:00pm on Friday until service time on
Saturday.

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of Windsor Place and formerly

of Dumfries, Cat Island will
be held on Saturday at 10 a.m.
at Faith United Missionary
Baptist Church, Faith Way, off
Baillou Hill Road. Officiating
will be Rev. Dr. William
Thompson, assisted by

Reverends Harrison Thompson, G. Craig Ellis, Cleomi

McKinney and Dwayne Pearce and Minister Keith Baker.
Interment will follow in the Southern Cemetery, Cowpen
and Spikenard Roads.

She is survived by her husband, Leslie; two daughters,
Latoya and Jennifer; two stepsons, Keith and Kevin; one
step-daughter, Louise; two grandchildren, Tyler and
Troy; two step grandchildren, Wenzel and Sidney; mother,
Ella Sweeting; seven sisters, Fredericka, Portiamae,
Eloise, Christina, Roslyn, Ada and Cecelia; five sisters--
in-law, Elizabeth, Louise, Carnetta, Sybil and Miriam;
two brothers-in-law, Livingstone and Freeman; one aunt,
Marguerite Williams of Freeport; one uncle, Ulrick
Ambrister of Freeport; numerous nieces and nephews,
and a host of other relatives and friends including, the
C. W. Sawyer Primary School family, Rev. Dr. William
Thompson and the family of Faith United Missionary
Baptist Church and The Windsor Place family.

Friends may pay their last respects at East Sunrise
Mortuary, #27 Rosetta Street, Palmdale from 10 a.m. to.
6 p.m. on Friday and from 9 a.m. at the Church on
Saturday.

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TRIBUNE SPORTS

a SOUTH AFRICA'S batsman Graeme Smith, left, leaves the ball us India's wicketkeeper Dit
Karthik, right, attentpts fielding off the ball onthe second day of the 3rd‘and final Test inatch ag
India at Newlands.stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, Wednesday, Jan:'3.

Smith and Amla
South Africa to 1

@ CRICKET
CAPE TOWN, South Africa
Associaied Press

SOUTH AFRICAN captain
Graeme Smith and Hashim Amla
shared an unbroken 130-run part-
nership to steer the Proteas to
144 for one wicket Wednesday
on day two of.the third and final
test against India.

India was dismissed for 414
before tea at the Newlands Sta-
dium, which left South Africa 270
runs behind India with the series
tied at 1-1. :

Smith hit 11 fours and a six in
111 balls for,76. On 32, he
reached 4,000 test runs. Smith
became more confident as his
innings progressed in a series in
which he'd previously totaled just
78 runs.

Amla had six boundaries for
50 off 125 balls. |

A.B. de Villiers was the only
South African batsman out. He
got.an inside edge to a ball from
Sree Sreesanth and was caught
by wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik
for 1. Sreesanth had 1-36 off 11
overs.

"There's a lot of cricket still to
be played in this match," Shaun
Pollock said. "The quicker we do
things, the more time we have to
win the test. We want to get as
big a lead as possible if we could
get a lead of 100 or 150, we could
really exert some pressure on
India. He said getting the last five
wickets quickly had been the
turning point for South Africa."

Earlier, Sachin Tendulkar was
out for 64 in the morning session
to a sharply turning ball from
left-arm spinner Paul Harris that
took an outside edge to give
Jacques Kallis a simple catch at
slip.

The other batsman to go
before lunch was V.V.S. Laxman,
who was bowled by Dale Steyn
for 13.

Sourav Ganguly was subject-
ed to a lot of short-pitched bowI-
ing and was hit on the helmet by
Steyn on the third ball he faced.
He still hit some of his trademark

slashes through the covers for
four, hitting nine boundaries and
a six off 75 balls.

India looked in a powerful
position at 350-5 at lunch, but
Pollock and Harris combined to

take the final five wickets.

Virender Sehwag, who had
dropped from opener to No. 7,
hit six fours and a six before he
was caught at deep backward
square-leg by Makhaya Ntini for
40 off 50 balls from the bowling
of Harris.

Anil Kumble was out leg-
before-wicket for a duck by Pol-
lock, his 50th wicket against
India. Harris then had Zaheer
Khan (1) stumped by Mark
Boucher.

Pollock had Sreesanth (3)
caught by Herschelle Gibbs and
Ganguly (66), fooled by a slower

delivery,

caught by

Hashim Amla at mid- t
off to wrap up India's
innings.

South Africa's best bowlers
were Pollock, Steyn and Harris.
Pollock finished with 4-75, Steyn
had 2-58 off 27 overs and Harris
4-129 off 37.

"Paul Harris played very well
and he got some big scalps," Pol-
lock said. "And then getting a
partnership and a base to launch
from means we are pretty com-
fortable at the moment, but we
are not getting ahead of our-
selves.

"We think the best batting will
be on the third day tomorrow,
and then we can use the wear
and tear on the pitch to try to get
them out."

@ INDIA'S batsman Sachin -

Tendulkar, left, plays a reverse
sweep as South Africa's wicket-
keeper Mark Boucher, right,
looks on during the second day of
the 3rd and final Test match
against South Africa at Newlands
stadium in Cape Town, South
Africa, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2007.
(AP Photo/

Themba Hadebe)

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© lg SOUTH AFRICA'S batsinan Hashim Ala, bats on the second day of the 3rd and final Test i
match against India at Newlands stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2007.

(AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

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Bahamas to help fight against
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i By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter

THE Bahamas will help
step up the fight against the
use of performance-enhanc-

ing drugs when the United _

Nations Educational Scientif-
ic and Cultural Organisation
(UNESCO) implements the
International Convention
Against Doping in Sports
(ICADS).

More than 30 countries
have signed onto the ICADS,
which will use governments as
well as sporting organisations

UNESCO agreement will be
launched on February 1st



ing drugs.

The programme, which will
be officially launched on Feb-
ruary 1st, will require regular
doping tests and common
penalties if athletes test posi-
tive.

The programme will follow



as the World Anti-Doping
Agencies code (WADA),
adopted by all Olympic Sports
federations around the world,
and will cover amateur as well
as professional athletes.

The Bahamas,
became the first Caribbean

is hoping to use the ICADS
to educate athletes in all dis-
ciplines about the dangers of
using performance enhancing
drugs.

Also joining the Bahamas

signed onto the programme
on October 25th, 2005.

Other countries ratifying the
treaty were Mauritius,
Mozambique, Namibia, Niger,
Nigeria, Seychelles, South
Africa, Bolivia, Canada, Peru,
China, Denmark, Iceland,
Latvia, Lithuania, Monaco,
the Netherlands, Norway,
Romania, Spain, Sweden,
Ukraine, Britain, Australia,
Cook Islands, Nauru and New
Zealand.

According to Desmond



to tackle performance-enhanc-

some of the same guidelines

country to sign the agreement,

which and representing the Bannister, the former presi-
Caribbean are Jamaica and dent of the Bahamas Associa-
Barbados. The Bahamas _ tion of Athletic Association



Winning start to
for Knowles and Nestor

TENNIS
By KELSIE JOHNSON
Junior Sports Reporter



MARK KNOWLES and doubles
partner Daniel Nestor opened up the
new season on form.

The duo, who finished off last
year’s ATP Doubles race in the
fourth spot, enjoyed’a second round

win over Sebastien Grosjean and’

Gael Monfils, 6-3 and 6-0 yesterday.

The win advanced the team to the
quarterfinal rounds of the Qatar
Exxon Moblie Open, in which

Knowles and Nestor are the number
two seeds.

In the first set of yesterday’s match,
Knowles and Nestor’s service per-
centage was averaged out at 69 per
cent, with one double fault.

On the return end they went 8-for-
14 on first attempts and 6-for-10 on
second attempts.

The team improved their play in
the second set, not allowing their
opponents to score more than 30, to
eventually cruise to a shut-out victo-
ry.

The pair got things started in the

tournament on Tuesday at the Khal-
ifa International Tennis Complex
when they easily disposed of Julian
Knowles and Jurgen Melzer 6-4 and
6-4.

Now that they are in the quarterfi-
nals, Knowles and Nestor will square
off with the tournament’s number
three seeds Martin Damm and Lean-
der Paes, hoping to move into the

‘semifinals.

Damm and Paes got past wild cards
Christophe Rochus and Kristof
Viliegen 6-3 and 6-1.

The road to the championship title

could be easier for Knowles and
Nestor if they defeat Damm and
Paes, thanks to Philipp Kohlschreiber
and Robin Soderling.

Kohlschreiber and Soderling
advanced to the quarterfinals after
pulling off a major upset in the first
round on Tuesday.

In three sets they put away Jonas
Bjorkman and Max Mirnyi, the num-
ber one seeds, with scores of 6-1, 3-6
and 10-7.

Results from Knowles and Nestor’s
third game will be posted in Friday’s
edition of the Tribune.

(BAAA), the agreement is a

step in the right direction as
sport around the world con-
tinues to grow.

Bannister strongly believes

that the fight against doping

is very important and the
involvement that governments
have made shows their con-
cern for their athletes and how
serious an issue doping has
become.

He said: “The International
Convention Against Doping
in Sports came round about
three years ago and it is an
attempt to enlist the aid of
government to do something
about doping in sports. This
is a very good initiative and, if
implemented properly in the
countries signed on, it should
be very beneficial.

“What happened in the past
was federations were fighting
this task by themselves
and they were fighting in iso-
lation.

“For example, we had track
and field with their own rules,
soccer having their own rules
and all other disciplines having
their own rules; but you didn’t
have a concerted national
effort, governments being
involved.

“There is an attempt now
to get governments to appoint
bodies within their countries
to monitor the aspects of dop-
ing. This will comply with

international standards that’
will be across the board in the.
fight against doping, recognis-'
ing that this doping thing is.

very serious and dangerous’
for our athletes.”
There is no committee sole-

ly responsible for drug testing:
in the Bahamas, so all testing.
will be done through the
approval of the Bahamas.
Olympic Association (BOA).:

Bannister, who praised the’

government for such a speedy

response on signing the bill,.

said that the level of sports in
the Bahamas will excel as the
confidence level in local ath-
letes increases.

However, he believes that
all federations and sporting
organisations will have to put
forth a gallant effort to edu-
cate athletes, especially since
many of them. believe that
only track and field athletes
can be affected.

He added: “You know the
reality is we believe that this
positive testing only happens
in track and field since they
have to be tested'on a regular
basis. But the truth of the mat-
ter is that sporf has the most
rigorous testing.

“There are teams that go off
and travel that represent their
countries, but they don’t get
tested. But with this you can’t
tell when your going to be
tested but.you are aware that
it will happen.

“But I must applaud the
athletes and all the federations
for keeping their athletes
clean. As long as we continue
to do this our record will be
clean and we will be well
respected.”

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244 Market Street ¢ P.O. Box EE-16634

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Tel: 322-2070 or 322-2072
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR




~ LIONEL KNOWLES
FOX, 60

of Laurel Street, Pinewood Gardens



Cemetery, Soldier Road.

Left to cherish his fond mermory are his devoted and loving wife, |
Victoria Fox; four grandchildren, Sidney Fox, Kischnell, Michael :
and Sophia Laing; two grandchildren, Colincia Laing and Kendera :
Farrington; one great grandchild, Colissa McKinney; eight sisters, | aS
Vernita Rahming, Patricia Hall, Theresa Thurston, Belinda Morley, : Ee
Barbara and Tammy Knowles, Susan and Dianne Fox; three :
brothers, James and Joseph Knowles, Richard Lionel "Boy" and :
Robert Fox; seven brothers-in-law, Stanford Ferguson of Miami, |
Fla; Henciel Johnson, Sidney, Theodore Morley. Leonard Rahming, :
Andrew Hall ad Hently Thurston; seven sisters-in-law, Thelma :
Ferguson, Eloise Ferguson of Miami Florida, Henrietta, Marilyn :
Johnson, Sheila and Melvern Bain and Louise Knowles; one :
Godchild, Felicia Armbrister; two aunts, Lillian Fox and Eva
Mortimer both of Sandy Point Abaco; one Uncle, Samuel Arthur; |
one grand aunt, Marina Knowles; two aunts in law, Dedrieana |
Arthur and Lizzieanna Ferguson of Forest Exuma; one uncle in |
law, Wellington Ferguson of Forest Exuma; numerous nieces and }
nephews including, Steven Forbes, Sr. Stanford Ferguson Jr.,
Shaniqua, Shavonne, Trevor and Troy Rahming, Mellissa Cash, :
Christine, Miracle, Bernard, Orlando, Stephans, Christon and :
Ryan Knowles, Gimel and Barak Morley, Richard Mortimer and :
Lamont Henfield, Numerous Grand Nieces and Nephews including, |
Kendiesha Major, Diamond Delancy, Terneisha and Tary Rahming, :
Lashante Knowles, Richardia, Richard and Antonio Mortimer; |
other relatives and friends including, Father Grist and family, :
Remelda Johnson and family, Clementina Butler and family, Gloria |
Bain and family, Rev. Winifred Bain and family, Charles Rolle :
and family, Amold Gilbert, Katherine Knowles, Beaula, Dorcas, |
Rev. Harry Collie and family, Berlin Pratt and family, Nurse |
Joanna Curry and family, Marcion Swaby and family, Livingston }
Rolle and family, The Charles Vincent Street family, Final Hour |
Ministries family, Management and staff of Texaco Mackey and :
Madira Street, South Western Church of Christ family, Holy Ghost :







_ and fire Church family, Prinipal and staff of Albury Sayles Primary |

School, Bushop Neil Ellis and the Church Family of Mt. Tabor

2 Full Gospel Church family and the neighbours and friends of |
: Laurel Street, Pinewood Gardens.

and formerly of Sandy Point; Abaco Viewing will be held at Clarke's Funeral #244 Market Street on .

will be held on Saturday, January |
6th, 2007 at 11:00 am at Mount :
Tabor Full Gospel Baptist Church, :
Pinewood Gardens. Officiating will :
be Pastor Delton Ellis assisted :
Pastor Reginald Cox. Interment will :
follow in Woodlawn Gardens |

Friday, January Sth from 12:00 noon to 6:00pm and on Saturday, |
January 6th from 10:00. am at the church until service time.

GLORIA CYNTHIA
PINDER, 74

of Bay Cedar Avenue will be held
on Sunday, January 7th, 2007 at 1:30
| pm at Centreville Seventh Day
Adventist Church, 5th Terrace
Centreville. Officiating will be |
4 Pastor Anson Albury assisted by
Elder Andrew Gilbert. Interment .

Gardens and Mausoleums, John F.
Kennedy Drive.

Left to cherish her precious memory are her only Son, Deacon
Barry Pinder; daughters-in-law, Theresa Pinder; four Grandchildren,
Barrise Barry Jr., Kristoff and Kyle Pinder; three sisters, Eloise |
Colebrooke, Rosemary Saunders and Ernestine Knowles; two
brothers-in-law, David and Ray Saunders; Nine nieces, Denice
Sands, Kay Saunders, Farah Isaacs, Nina Graham, Samantha
Crenshaw, Nicole Munroe, Dionne Stubbs, Vanessa Knowles and
Kim Kemp; six nephews, Vaughan, Charles and Troy Munroe,
Marcellas Saunders, Darin Knowles and Julian Thompson; six
Grand nieces; six grand nephews, A host of other relatives and
friends incuding, Ronald and-Ann Evans of New York, Millicent
Newell, The Rolle family, Maxine, Minns Gina Clarke, Marina
and Gina Franks, Geraldine Isaacs, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Dean, Rev.
Warren Anderson, Garvin Wallace, Ruby Ferguson, Gerald
Pennerman, Livingston Pinder, Charles and Lorraine Clarke,
Deidre Clarke-Maycock, Howard Glass, Mary Sweeting, Andrew
Adderley, Pastor Ivan and Joanne Butler and the Kemp Road
Pastor Leonard Johnson and the Centerville Seventh Day Adventist
Church family and the Bay Cedar Avenue family.

Viewing will be held at Clarke's Funeral #244 Market Street on
Friday, January 5th from 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm on Saturday,
January 6th from 10:00am to 4:00pm and on Sunday, January 7th
from 1200 noon at the church until service time.



will follow in Lakeview Memorial |


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THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 3

=) Bethel Brothers Morticians

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

IRVIN NEWELL
KING, 90

p.m. at St. Agnes Anglican Church,

Baillou Hill Road. Officiating will be
| Bishop Gilbert A. Thomspon assisted by ;

Fr. Rodney Burrows, Fr. Bernard Been,

s Archdeacon I. Ranfurly Brown, Rev. Dr. |

James Moultrie, Fr. Don Haynes, Fr. |
Joseph |
Mycklewhyte. Interment will be made in St. Agnes Cemetery, Nassau |

Mario Conliffe and. Fr.

Street.

He is survived by his children and their spouses, Delores Saunders,

Jacqueline and Jonathan Mycklewhyte, Emily and Justice Emmanuel ,
Osadebay, Irvin Newell King Jr., Ingrid King, Eleanor Conliffe, Kerlin |
and Sherry King, Clement and Jennifer King, Vincent and Ursula King; |

grandchildren, Allyson, Timothy, Jacqueline and Andrew, Jeunesse,
Janelle, Advado, Nakessa, Takeisha, Dewitt Sr., Irvenette, Jermaine,
Damien, Darnell, Monette, Lynette, Dareth, Deleno, Meneria and Jason,

Randy Jr., Rev'd Fr. Mario, Barbara, Mancini, Tiffany, Ian, Kanja, Kerlin :
: AM and Love 97 FM radio stations.

Jeremy, Laurent adn.Vincent Jr.; great grandchildren, Randazzo, Ratasja, |

: On January 5, 2007, the body will repose at The Church of God of

Jr., Kendi, Kachiefe, Kyle, Keron, Kershnell, Yasmin, Simone, Sinclair,

Samantha, Demetrius, Irvin, Anya, Adrian, Kareem Jr., Alana, Nekatra,

Dewitt Jr., Ian, Ria, Brittany, Khadija, Farrah, Rhandya, Dareth Russell
: the church from 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, January 6, 2007 until service
Randia, Randazzo, Randazz and C.J.; sisters, Lean Moncur, Esther |
Beckles, Monette and Gracie King; brothers and sisters-in-law, Hartman
: Immediately following the service, a parade will travel south on East
Holland and Zelma Bowleg, Alice-Mae Ingraham; Sone Rev. Rex | Street to Wulff Road, East on Wulff Road to Soldier Road, on Soldier
Road culminating at Woodlawn Gardens where the body will be interred.

Jr., Hailey, Sarai, Demetri, Timothy Jr.; great grandchildren, Donovan,

Moncur, Reginald Austin, Donald and Eldica Wilson, Rowena Austin,

Seymour.

Many relatives and friends in Nassau, Cat Island, Grand Bahama and 2

United States including caregiver, Dorothy Brown; the following families,

King, Moncur, Beckles, Newbold, Austin, Wilson, Dames, Hepburns,
Outten, Bowleg, Weech, Seymour, Strachan, Johnson, Strapp, Josey, daughters-in-law, Thelma, Katherine, Eulease, Anita, Shelly, Eldora,
: Paulette, Renee and Bernadette; one son-in-law, Daryl Taylor;
: grandchiildren, Lynette Beneby-Maycock, Felix Jr., Angel, Delric, David

: Jr., Katherine II, Nathaniel III, Norrie, Neilsen, Nolan, ‘Bianca, Andrew,

Mycklewhite, Watson, Conliffe, Nottage, Marshalleck, Bain, Archer,

Pratt, LaFleur, Ferguson, Culpepper, Bethel, Gibson, Franks, Achara, |
Roberts, Tia, Deveaux, Seymour, Chipman, Brennen, Minnis, Ramsey, |
Burrows, Bailey, Chea and Ching; Rose, Ruth, Angela, Miriam and | Shea-Ashlee, Sherod, Shalah, Felton Jr., Felicia, Felicity, LaKeisha. .
Sylvia; Lifebuoy Street, East Street, Sunlight Cottage neighbours and |
and Victoria Taylor, Great grandchildren, Favian and Lyle Maycock;

friends, The Royal Bank of Canada Administrators and Staff members,

The Cat Island Association, St. Agnes Parish family, Bishop Gilbert
: Williamson, Yvonne Moss and Betty Cleare- “Kemp; numerous relatives,

Thompson, Archdeacon IJ. Ranfurly Brown, Fr. Rodney Burows and Fr.

Bernard Been; Credit Suisse Financial; Public Hospital Authority family, |
Ms. Coralie Adderley CH and The Princess Margaret Hospital family, |



Mount Moriah Baptist Church family, St. Matthew's Parish family, Swiss

| Financial Services (Bahamas) Limited and Grand Bahama Tiles.

_ Friends may pay their last respects at Bethgl Brothers Morticians, #44

' Nassau Street on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Sunday

of #17 Lifebuoy Street and formerly of | fom 10:00 a.m. to12:00 noon and at the church from1:00 p.m. until

Cat Island will be held on Sunday at 2:30 | coivice time.

BISHOP NATHANIEL

G. BENEBY SR.
March 16, 1925 - December 30, 2006

Bishop Nathaniel G. Beneby Sr., died on
December 30, 2006 at his residence,
Danottage Estates.

Funeral services will be held at the Church
of God of Prophecy, East Street Tabernacle
y on January 6, 2007. Officiating will be

Bishop Brice H. Thompson, Bishop

Elgarnet Rahming and Bishop Franklyn Ferguson, assisted by other

Ministers of the Gospel: The service will be carried live via ZNS 15:40

Prophecy, East Street Tabernacle from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and at

time.

Left to cherish his memory are his loving wife of 56 years, Victoria

Louise Beneby, 10 children, Felix, David, Nathaniel Jr., Philip. Shelton,

Felton, Norman, Stephen, Vincent and Andrea Beneby-Taylor; nine

Marvin, Shonte, Shavonne, Steevano, Shantelle, Vincenzo, Vinisa Beneby
one sister, Lilly Wilson; three adopted daughters, Althea, Moss-

extended family and friends.


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Left to cherish his precious memories are his Wife of 54 years: Agatha Ivy Hanna Hart; :
Sons: Calvin, Forrester Jr., John, Eugene and Tony Hart; 1 Step-son: Franklin Rahming; :
1 Daughter: Briggittie Hart; 2 Step daughters: Beatrice Rahming and Toyka Reese; 3 :
Daughters-in-law: Stephanie, Colette and Tanya Hart; Son-in-law: Francis; 36 Grandchildren :
including: Blu Hart and Dequesa Grant; 3 Great Grand Children; 49 Step Grandchildren; :
1 Sister: Elva Hart; 1 Brother: Hubert Bowe; Favorite Niece: Evangelist Leslyn Bowe :
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1 Aunt: Roselee Delancy of U.S.A and a Host of Numerous Nieces, Nephews, Relatives :
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MORTUARY AND CREMATORIUM LIMITED, 11-A EAST CORAL ROAD, FREEPORT,
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OF #7 OCEAN HILL BLVD, FREEPORT, GRAND
BAHAMA AND FORMERLY OF LONG BAY CAY,

SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 2007 AT 10:00 A.M AT
CALVARY TEMPLE ASSEMBLY OF GOD, CLIVE :
AVENUE, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA. ;
OFFICIATING WILL BE PASTOR ANTHONY :
GRANT AND PASTOR ANN GRANT; ASSISTED ;
BY: THE REV’D CANON HARRY BAIN AND ;
OTHER MINISTERS. INTERMENT WILL FOLLOW :
AT THE GRAND BAHAMA MEMORIAL PARK, :

She is survived by her Husband: Andrew Phillip Sweeting: Daughters: Tiffany Sweeting- | Neeeley; | Daughter-in-law: Heslyn Simmons; 4 Sons-in-law: John McIntosh, Christopher
Smith, Andrea Knowles-Tener and Nadia Lambert; Sons-in-law: Cletis Smith Sr., Rudolph i
Knowles-Tener and Gary Lambert; Mother-in-law: Ennith Sweeting; Sisters: Althea i
Higdon, Bloneva “Bunny” Johnson and Elvy Smith, Brothers: Harry & Wayne Rolle and :
Nolan & Adril Johnson; Sisters-in-law: Edwina Williamson, Elizabeth Sweeting, Judy ;
Rolle, Phillippa Higgins and Maxine Bowleg; Brothers-in-law: Leslie & Ervin Sweeting, :

Antonio Smith Jr., Andrew, Adam & Aidan Knowles-Tener; Nieces: Patrice & Shikara i
Johnson, Mavis Smith, Katina Martin, Benekshia Lightfoot, Alexia Adderley, Quezanne &
Shebria Rolle, Ann & Lottie Strachan; Nephews: Vaughn Strachan, Byron Johnson Sr.,
Byron Johnson Jr., Michael & Edward Sweeting, Alex Higdon, Alexiou Gibson, Tito & :
Julian Sweeting, Sean, Dominic, Neville, Jamal, Deangelo, Deanzo, Dario & Nikimo Rolle, i
Lowence, Christian & Vashawn Strachan and Dwayne Smith; Aunts: Lula Bain, Vera :
: AT THE CHURCH FROM 11:30 A.M. TO SERVICE TIME.

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Sam Stubbs, Bishop William Johnson, Emest Ingraham and Ted Sweeting; Other Relatives
& Friends: Pastors Anthony & Anne Grant and the Agape House Family, Clarence Bain,
Hestine Hodge, Eutychus Rolle, Mayna Hepburn, Carnard Bethel, Demetra & Cyrus
Washington, Pat Franks, Ashley Smith Sr. & Family, Edwin & Una Elliott, Dr. & Mrs. Paul
Ward & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Larry Russell, Anita Doherty, Dwayne & Romy Saunders,
Ruthmae Smith, Naomi Grant, Marina Clarke, Charlie Hall, Lynn Clarke, Eulease Spencer
& Family, Garth Nixon & Family, Emerald Roberts, Maureen Smith, The McKinney, Rolle,
Bain, Stubbs, Frazer, Bethel & Johnson Families of Andros, The Saunders, Ingraham, Nixon,
Cartwright, Henderson, Symonette, Farquharson, Hanna & Lewis Families of Inagua, Dr.
Pam Mills, Frs. Keith Cartwright, Harry Bain and Bernard Been, The Grand Bahama Chorale,
Drs. Henry Wodnicki, Stuart Fink, Laurel King, Raleigh Butler, Marcus Bethel, Pamela -
Etuk, The Staff of Mt. Sinai Medical Center, Mario & Riza Salceda, Ed Carrasquillo, Batia
Sepia & Sons, Staff of Syntex Pharmaceuticals, Ruth Joseph, the Staff of The Rand Memorial
Hospital Lab, the Staff of the Grand Bahama Yacht Club and a Host of Other Family &
Friends





















VIEWING WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY AT AGAPE HOUSE, #10 OAK STREET,
FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA FROM 10:00 A.M TO 5:00 P.M, AND ON SATURDAY
AT THE CHURCH FROM 8:30 A.M. UNTIL SERVICE TIME.

PRINCESS LOUISE
JONES-DEAN, 68

OF #107 EAST SUNRISE HIGHWAY, FREEPORT,
GRAND BAHAMA AND FORMERLY OF TURKS
& CAICOS ISLANDS WILL BE HELD ON SUNDAY,
| JANUARY 7, 2007 AT 1:00 P.M. AT SEVENTH-DAY
ADVENTIST CHURCH, EIGHT MILE ROCK,
GRAND BAHAMA. OFFICIATING WILL BE
PASTOR RICARDO V. BAIN; ASSISTED BY: ELDER
PAUL THOMPSON AND ELDER PETER WATSON.
| INTERMENT WILL FOLLOW AT THE GRAND
BAHAMA MEMORIAL PARK, FROBISHER DRIVE,
FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA. *






















Left to cherish her fond memories are her Husband: Minister Timothy Dean; 4 Daughters:
Carolyn Fox, Lovely McIntosh, Sheryl Cooper and Ida Simms;-One Adopted Daughter:
Uris Smith; 3 Step Daughters: Lydia Dames of Miami, Florida, Susan Gardiner and Ola
Dean; 4 Sons: Stanley Taylor Sr., Joseph Simmons Sr., Larry and John Jones; 9 Step sons:
Terrence, Dudley, Clarence, Charles, Albert Jr. and Derek Jones, William, Timothy and
Stephen Dean; 2 Sisters: Joyce Hall and Felecia Vincent; 25 Grandchildren: Natasha
McDonald, Shautanica Cooper, Sarsha Fox, Monique Sherman, Rochelle Pennerman, Andrea
Valdez, Audriana & Stanika Taylor, Ashley Simmons and Kia Simms, Kirk Russell Sr.,
Baretta Bootle Sr., Kenrick Taylor, Mark Jones, William Jr and Devaron Cooper, Robert
& Fabian Fox, Stanley Jr., Stautino, Steffon & Shaquille Taylor, Ashton & Joseph Simmons
Jr. and Christopher Simms Jr.; 8 Great Grandchildren: Kirk Jr., Kashief & Mario Russell
Jr., Jermaine Pratt Jr., Baretta Bootle Jr., Dillon Ingraham Jr., Keith Taylor and Davincia

Simms Sr., Robert Fox Sr. and Billy Cooper; 1 Brother-in-law: Minister Emmanuel Dean
of Turk’s Island; Numerous Nieces, Nephews, Step Grandchildren, Stepsons and
Daughters-in-law and Other Relatives & Friends including: Joyce Pinder of Nassau,
Nell Smith & Family of Turk’s Island, Daphne Henry & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Rigby
& Family, Erma Musgrove & Family, Eural Forbes & Family, Elane Williams & Family,
Majorie & Sipriana Stubbs & Family, Mr. & Mrs. Keith Wood & Family of Canada, Mr.
& Mrs. Perry of NY, Norma Smith & Family, Beatrice Clarke & Family, Dillon Ingraham
& Family, Jessie Bastian & Family, Jeano Russell, All of the Delancy Family and Pastor’s
and Members of Seventh-Day Adventist Churches.

VIEWING WILL BE HELD IN THE “SERENITY SUITE” OF RESTVIEW MEMORIAL
MORTUARY AND CREMATORIUM LIMITED, 11-A EAST CORAL ROAD, FREEPORT,
GRAND BAHAMA ON SATURDAY FROM 10:00 A.M TO 6:00 P.M AND ON SUNDAY


THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES





FREEPORT
11A East Coral Road, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas
P.O. Box F-42312
Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471
Pager: (242) 340-8043 ¢ Fax: (242) 373-3005

EDITH LOUISE
MULLINGS, 79

FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA.

Left to cherish her memories are her 4 Sons: Keith and Kermit Mullings,
Clyde and Thomas Daxon; 4 Daughters: Menvella Pratt, Catherine Tinker, :
Lynda Mullings and Judy Brown; 2 Sisters: Ivy Miller and Kathleen :

Lenoix; 1 Brother: James Selver; 4 Daughters-in-law: Janith and Valerie :
Mullings, Brenda and Joycelyn Daxon; 2 Sons-in-law: Sydrian Pratt and : CREMATION WILL FOLLOW.

Leroy Brown; 1 Brother-in-law: Hiram Antonio; 1 Sister-in-law: Sissy :

Selver; 33 Grandchildren: Shereen, Dion and Thelma Pratt, Dorell and ; 4 Grand her: Cl ua Bat He; ved by his Fathert T
Euckle Delancey, Crissy, Sean and Claudine Pratt, Denise and Shawn : 20¢ brane mother: Clementing Bani Ee 1s SUEVIV ER Dy DS ater: ony
Abrahamson, Damian, Keith, Kilian and Trika Mullings, Keerhan, Kimberly, | Williams; Step-mother: Caroline Williams; 1 Sister: Ashley Bain;
Ken and Eulease Mullings, Erica, Antoine, Clyde, Crystal and Blanton Earn eee eee _ ante ee non
Kemp, Elizabeth, Casey, Moses, Valentino, Demetrius, Deven, Michelle, : Sn P eee Sone Ses EKG rant 0 fhe, es vile:
Zenobia and Ellis Hutchinson, Shaneka, Krivoy, Boman, Kalim, Ashanti, § ~@W" * arker, snande Jo ps cQueen CE NES SAU Ae eeu es
Roshelle, Thomas, Edwourral and Edmund; 55 Great-Grand Children: : Ce e aes Mies MeQucen, Derek
D: : ‘ ‘ 1; i Grant, Robe illiams, Derek Smith, and Robe illiams; 11 Gran

Ricardo, Simeon, Dianna, Tianna, Travis, Dion, Semowdla, Terell, Shawn, ; aunts: Roselyn Rolle, Fredricka Gardiner, Eloise Roberts, Cathy Owens

: and Virgina Curry of Abaco, Lerlaine Davis, Dower Dolly Bullard, Asanette

Kayanna, Chanelle, Ken James, Aarron, Kennedi, Chaino, Carlos, Coby, Morgan, Udean McQueen, Tame Bostwick, Roslyn Allen of Florida; 5

Angel, Kristen, Keora, Nia, Eurika, Johnay, Teliah, Johnett, Ricardo, : : : Soe as
Rashanique, Zinique, Zoe, Georgina, Sari, Zaria Elizabeth, Tamia, Elemenia Gardiner, and Talbot Sweeting of Florida; Cousins: Leighronne and Lasarah
and Ediesha; 1 Great-great Grand daughter: Angelique Adderley; Pinder, Erica Darville, Eric Darville Jr., Romeka Smith, Destiny Smith,
Numerous Nieces, Nephews, Relatives & Friends including: Lloyd & | Desmon Green, Artheya Johnson, Marvin, Kenny and George McQueen
Garnell, Gilroy and Cleora Powell, Jennifred and Alfred Moss LaRoda, : Jr., Emmanuel Wallace, Crystal, Maureen & Cathy McQueen, Katina,
Marilyn and Kirkland Russell, Grace and Benson Farquharson, Alicia ; Danielle, Kiarea, Kaje, Lavardo Bain, Tamas, Don, Craig, Tito Loren,

Stockdale, Dorothy and Glenn Clarke, Carmen and Austin Robinson, Ellen ;
and Roy Coalbrook, Joe Smith, Audrey Baker, Clarence and Emma Jean }

Selver, Judy, Oral, Gilbert, Prince and Orvie Selver, Marinetta Ferguson, : ; :
George Selver, Betty Smith-Forbes, Leon and Barry Smith, Lois Jones, : Desireen, See moe Elon and Cond Garde: Carolyn, Judith,
Annie, Carl and Audley Swann, Ruth Stanford, Pearl Bain, Annie Adams, | Jetmaine, Joel, Sandra Roberts, Harcourt, Andrew, Barbara, Elizabeth an

Ted, Josh,, Jennie, Ruby, Mae, William, Shirley Selver, Shirley Daxon, : a Host of Other Relatives and Fr iends including Shanna & Douglas
Carolee Dames, Barbara Pierre, William Nottage, Doyle Burrows, David : Martin, the staff at the Rand Memorial Hospital, Social Servics and Lady

and Agatha Thompson, Oraline Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Missick, The ;

Staff of Calvary Academy School, Bishop Godfrey and Lady Iris Williams VIEWING WILL BE HELD IN THE “IRENIC SUITE” OF RESTVIEW

Blair, Devenyar, Ashley, Christopher, Kevin, Nichelle, Antoinette, Darius,
Roger, Mark, Sessilly, Tevan, Sean, Hans, Hillary, Bria, Kevin, Kanakka,

| and the members of St. John’s Jubilee Cathedral.

__ FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

OF GRENFELL AVENUE & COLUMBS :
DRIVE, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA
; AND FORMERLY OF GRAND TURK, :
| TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS WILL BE :
HELD ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, :
f 2007 AT 11:00 A.M AT St. JOHN’S :
[| JUBILEE CATHEDRAL, SETTLER’S :
? WAY, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA. :

OFFICIATING WILL BE BISHOP }
GODFREY R. WILLIAMS. INTERMENT WILL FOLLOW AT THE :
GRAND BAHAMA MEMORIAL PARK, FROBISHER DRIVE, :





THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 7

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NASSAU .
Robinson and Soldier Roads, Nassau, N.P., Bahamas
P.O. Box CB-12072

Telephone: (242) 394-8043 / (242) 394-8047
Pager: (242) 340-8043 e Fax: (242) 340-8034



11-A EAST CORAL ROAD, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA ON

FRIDAY FROM 10:00 A.M TO 6:00 P.M, AND AT THE CHURCH ON
: SATURDAY FROM 12:30 P.M UNTIL SERVICE TIME.

VAUGHN EMILE
BAIN, 25

OF FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA
WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY,
JANUARY 6, 2007 AT 10:00 A.M AT THE
PRO- CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST THE
KING, EAST ATLANTIC DRIVE &
PIONEER’S WAY, FREEPORT, GRAND
BAHAMA. OFFICIATING WILL BE THE |
| REV’?D CANON HARRY BAIN-
j RECTOR; ASSISTED BY: THE REV’D
TELLISON GLOVER AND THE REV’D
CANON WINFIELD GOODRIDGE.

He was predeceased by his Mother: Lyndell Bain, Sister: Aslene Smith

Grand Uncles: George McQueen, Marcelle Rolle, Joel Roberts Sr., Gerald

Thomas, Kieshann, Gloria Rolle, Pearlene Dames, Stephanie Barr, Diane ©
Rolle, Alva Morgan, Muriel Rolle, Natasha, Miranda, Simeon and Lenwood
Bullard, Lintee Campbell, Brigette Green, Kendra Carey, Vickie Davis,

Henrietta St. George.

: MEMORIAL MORTUARY AND CREMATORIUM LIMITED, 11-A

VIEWING WILL BE HELD IN THE “PERPETUAL SUITE” OF | EAST CORAL ROAD, FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA ON FRIDAY

RESTVIEW MEMORIAL MORTUARY & CREMATORIUM LIMITED, CHURCH FROM 8:30 A.M. TO SERVICE TIME.

FROM 10:00 A.M TO 6:00 P.M, AND ON SATURDAY AT THE
THE TRIBUNE OBITUARIES

on ~ { 2

Rurtiss Memorial Mortuary

Chapel, Ramsey, Exuma - Tel: 345-7020¢ Robinson Rd & 5th Street
Tel: 325-6621/322-4969 ¢ 24 Hour Paging Service 323-9761

Last Rites For







JERMAINE
PINDER, 29

of Windsor Place off Soldier
Road will be held on Saturday
| at 11:00 a.m. at Cooper's
| Terrace Cathedral, Church of
| God, Cooper's Terrace off
Kemp Road. Officiating will
be Rev. Dr. Bishop Robert
McPhee assisted by other
ministers. Interment will
follow in The Southern













































Cemetery.

He is survived by his adopted parents, Rev. Winslow and
Shirley Moss; two daughters, Tiffany and Jasmine Pinder;
one son, Jermaine Pinder Jr.; one brother, Arlington Pinder;
three adopted brothers, Derek, Basil and Hillary Moss; five
sisters, Pamela Munroe, Veronica Brooks, Sophia, Andrea
and Lakeisha Pinder; adopted sisters, Ledoris Boodle,
Geraldine Nabby, Anita, Francita, Kimberly, Idamae and
Elvira Moss and Joyce Cogswell; two grandaunts, Christina
Rollee Rolle and Floretta Gibson of Freeport, Grand
Bahama; eight aunts, Luella McKenzie of Rolleville, Exuma,
Harriet Pinder-Davis, Ivy Rolle, Myrtle Pinder, Dianna
Russell, Bertamae White, Sandra Clarke and Kathy Pinder;
four uncles, Bishop Hubert Pinder, James Rolle, Erskine
Rolle of Miami, Florida and Samuel Pinder; two nieces,
Kristin Saunders and Peteres Munroe; one adopted niece,
Ashley Saunders; three nephews, Jeremy Sands, Keron
Stuart and Marleo Major; two brothers-in-law, Peter Munroe
and Ronald Brooks; host of other relatives and friends
including Bertamae McKenzie, Shakeira Fox, Timothy
Rolle, Marvin and Sharnell Davis, Kevin and Edith Pinder,
Trevor Pinder, Theodore and Earnestine Hepburn, Glad,
Vencil, Alfred, Russ and Jeffery McKenzie, Marie Pinder,
Hubert Junior and Shornell Pinder, Eldakoda Coley, Tedo
Johnson, Little Learners Adademy, staff of Russell's
Departmment Store, Bishop Clevert and Mother Bain, Faith
Tabernacle Church family, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Conliffe
and the staff of Conliffe Bakery, Loretta Beckford, Ruth
Malcolm, Pastor Mark Knowles and The Holy Ghost Fire
Church family, Ricardo and Bernadette Johnson, Carell
Bullard and many others too numerous to mention.

The body will repose at Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary,
Robinson Road and Fifth Street on Friday from 11:00 a.m.
until 6:00 p.m. and at the church from 10:00 a.m. until
service time.



THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 9

ms poe dering wtlh

Emerald Ridge Mortuary tO, Ais

& Monument Company Ltd. @ DY. re
Mr. Wendell G. Dean H, Us. fained

Afinanagiog Fuser Cirector



“Honouring Those wae Oil,
SSS

au for fugse v2

Ms. Patricia Louise
Thompson-Cooper, 53

of Finlayson Street will be held on
Saturday, January 06, 2007 at 11am at
Living Waters Kingdom Ministries,
Warren Street off Farrington Road
Oakes Field. Pastor Stephen Munroe,
assisted by Pastors Nathan M. Rolle
and Kaiwan Gibson will officiate and
burial will be in Woodlawn Gardens
Cemetery, Soldier Road.

The Radiance of this “Garnet of A}

Gem” will always glow in the hearts

of her:

Seven Children: Elvis Jr., Shoniqu

Moss, Elvia, T'Shonia, Kelvin Cooper, Chal Beuchard and Tray Bien-Aime;

your Grae Children: Elisea, Elianna and Zoria Cooper and Duran
oss JI.;

Parents: Sidney and Elma Thompson;

Eight Brothers and Sisters: Anthony, Withfield, Bernard, Scott Sr.,

Judith, Joy, Cheryl and Kerry Thompson;

Uncles: Elvin Thompson and Harcourt Gibson;

Aunts: Vernell Storr, Closandra Gibson, Inez Carey and Ellen Thompson;



_ Nephews: Kalis, Scott Jr., Travanti, Delano and Justin Thompson, Oslee,

Semiko and Shavard Arnett, Kenton and Kendron Fines, Leonard
Papageorge Jr.;

Nieces: Monolisa Bullard, Antonia Young, Tamara, Tammy, Keturah,
Renee, Regina, Diamond, Cherish, Stacy, D’Andra, Tatum, Nysa, and
Trinity Thompson, Jasmine Green, Collene Clarke, Sanay Collie, Brittany,
Bianca and Jewel Arnett, Anastacia and Diana Papageorge;
Son-in-Law: Duran Moss Sr.;

Daughter-in-Law: Tommika Cooper;

Sisters-in-Law: Katherine, Beiphine and Maxine Thompson;
Other Relatives and Friends Including: Francoise and Jacqueline
Bourque, Gwendolyn Brice, Carolyn, Kennedy and Mark Storr, Stafford
Clarke, Dr. Anthony and Ellamae Davis, Anthony, Wesley and Smiley
Bastian, Deidre Laroda, Vanessa, James, Vaughn and. Jerry Gibson, Charles,
Gary, Elvin, Terrence, Lawrence, Shane and Sandra Carey, Johnny and
Patrona Crawford, Elvin, Vernon, Glenn, Larry, Thaddeus and Lenny
Thompson, Harold Calliope Longley, Glida, Neville, Margaret, Hariam,
Ty, Sharon, Gina and Patrice Thompson, Trevor Ximinies, Bruce Arnett,
Leonard Papageorge, Reverends Glenn and Hilda Sands and family, Gloria
Moss, Alton, Dave, Iva, Charles and Joyce Cooper, Leonard and Katherine
Bullard, Marcelin, Elise Mene, Donica, Mary, Maxon and Makenson Bien-
Aime, Davandra and Cynthia Hanna and Dorothy Wilson.

The body will be viewed in the “Emerald Suite” at Emerald Ridge
Mortuary & Monument Company Ltd. #20 Claridge Road, on Friday,
January 05, 2007 from ip.m. to 6p.m. and on Saturday, January 06, 2007
at Living Waters Kingdom Ministries, from 10a.m. until service time.

Visit our website: www.emeraldridgemortuary.com view video
tributes, sign guest book and send condolence, sympathy, love
and memories.
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ELDER EVERETTE
LUNSFORD
CARTWRIGHT, 72











Buckley’s, Long Island.
























Education.






Butler's Hureral Homes & Crematorinm

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

-~ FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS |

! and Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on Thursday from
: 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 12noon
: and in Long Island at the church from 5:00 p.m. until service
: time on Saturday.

of Cartwright’s, Long Island,willbe : A
held on Saturday, January 06°", 2007 : {|
at 10:00 a.m. at Cartwright’s Gospel :
Chapel, Cartwright’s, Long Island. :
Officiating will be Senior Pastor :
Emeritus Dr. Rex Major, Senior :
Pastor Tom Roberts and Elder. :
Doddridge Hunt. Interment will : }
follow in the Public Cemetery, : f

Left to cherish his memories are his Wife; Rosalind Cartwright; :
Three (3) Sons; Paulo, Mario and Gavin Cartwright; Two (2) :
Daughters; Bonnie Cartwright and Marie Anderson; Three (3) :
Daughters-in-law; Miriam, Claudia and Canan Cartwright; Two |
(2) Sons-in-law; Vincent Cartwright and Travis Anderson; Nine :
(9) Grandchildren; Roxanne, Andre Jr., April, Julian, Paige and :
Robin Cartwright, Xavier, Trevor and Cael Anderson; One (1) :
Great-grandchild; Deshawn Morris; One (1) Brother; Osceola |
Cartwright; One (1) Sister; Fredrica Cartwright; Five (5) Sisters-
in-law; Ermie, Eltie and Alma Cartwright, Dina Parotti and :
Sandra Haslem; Four (4) Brothers-in-law; Patrick, Ronald, Glen :
and Douglas Turnquest; Twenty-one (21) Nephews; Jerome, |
Lunsford, Billy, Johnnie, Nelson, Greg, Cameron, Edward and :
Mark Cartwright, John, Andre and Craig Parotti, Clint, Aaron, :
Brent, Thomas, Jonathan and Douglas Turnquest Jr., Matthew :
Haslem, Ellison and Raphael Pinder; Twenty-two (22) Nieces; :
Janet Cartwright, Violet Martinborough, Majorie and Gwen :
‘Cartwright, Jackie Moss, Brittney and Mary-Alice Cartwright, :
Kimberley Pinder, Kristi Knowles, Jennifer and Kimberley ;
Turnquest, Melanie and Autumn Haslem, Tina and Gloria Ritchie, :
Myrtis, Debbie and Joan Cartwright, Claudette Seymour, Betty :
Garcia and Barbara Algreen and a host of other relatives and :
friends including; Pastor Rex Major, Pastor Tom Roberts and :
the entire Community of Long Island and across the Length and :

Breath of the Bahamas and others too numerous to mention. Professors and Students of COB, the Hepburn and Burke families,



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ee ee!

OLANDO NEIL
LEWIS, 18

of Pine Forest Close off Prince
Charles Drive will be held on
Saturday, January 06°, 2007 at
= 11:00 a.m. at St. Matthew’s

| Anglican Church, East Shirley
“@ Street. Officiating will be Rev. Dr.
James Moultrie Assisted by Rev.
Fr. Don Haynes, Fr. Michael Kelly
and Archdeacon James Palacious.
Interment will follow in the Church’s

Cemetery.

Left to cherish his fond memories are his Parents; Wellington -
Sr. and Silma Lewis; Two (2) Brothers; Davos and Wellington
Jr.; One (1) Nephew; Shakwon Lewis; Eighteen (18) Aunts;
Brenda, Bernadette and Deborah Lewis, Norma, Yvette, Ernie,
Quinn, Greta and Deborah Wright, Helen and Jennymae Goodman,
Linda Major, Patrica Thompson, Daphne Barr, Roslyn Astwood,
Dorothy Roberts, Cecile Brown and Dezerene Schroeter; Thirteen
(13) Uncles; Edmond, Samuel, Roderick, James, Perry, Anthony,
Tony, Audley and Brian Lewis, Anthony Goodman, Ashford,
Curtis and Orville Wright; Three (3) Grandaunts; Joan and
Laurel Lewis and Orthlese Coleby; One (1) Granduncle; Alfred
Lewis; Numerous Cousins and a host of other relatives and
friends including; Tina, Clive and Brian Schroeter, Juamla
Gibson, Alma, Rudolph Sr., Rudolph Jr., Anette, Pat and Dave
Chambers, , Alvarez, Jalesa, Darryl, Myron, Evan, Elvis, Travis,
Swanko, Lavert, Stephen, Ahmad, Hodari, Aqunido, Raymond,
Christina, Sherniqua, Jamaal, Donnovan, Lashon, Shandera,
Vernita, Leroy, Theodore, Fredricka, the Pond family, Colours
Junkanoo Group, Aquinas College class of 2005, Premium Patties,

the Nottage family, the St. Matthew’s Anglican Church family,

In lieu of flowers the family request that donations be made to | Dr. B. Russell, Bay View Dental and the Altar Guild Servers.

the NGM Major High School PTA fund. C/O Royal Bank of :

Canada, Gray’s, Long. A t#06577 1000363 t rt Public : : :
eee aa osuppe ~ : and Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on Friday from 10:00

: a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until service
Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral Homes

Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral Homes

time at the church.


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Butler's Funeral Homes & Crematorium

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

FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT

MR. HERMAN
JOHNSON, 72

of Cox Street, Fox Hill
will be held gn Saturday, |
January 06", 2007 at :
11:00 a.m. at "Ebenezer
Methodist Church, Shirley
Street. Officiating will be
Pastor Sharon Loyley.
Interment will follow in
the Coke Memorial
Methodist Church Cemetery, Bernard Road, Fox Hill.










Herman is survived by his wife; Arementa Johnson;
Seven (7) Daughters; Helen and Racquel Johnson;
Alicia Brown, Kamer Major, Kendeia Moxey, Tami
Rolle and Vernita Wright; Five (5) Sons; Chester,
Sherman, Solomon and Charles Johnson and Jermaine
Ferguson; Thirty-one (31) Grandchildren; Six (6)
Great-grandchildren; Four (4) Sons-in-law,; Harold
Brown, Dwight Major, Jamon Moxey and Leslie
Rolle; Four (4) Daughters-in-law; Gail and Eulise
Johnson, Michelle Allen-Ferguson and Bridgette
Johnson; One (1) sister; Sheila Munnings; Three (3)
Sisters-in-law; Rosetta Rolle, Miriam Brennen and
Mary Jane Symonette; Two (2) Brothers-in-law;
Edward Johnson and Charles Symonette; One (1)
Niece; Rose Munnings; Two (2) nephews; Gordon
and George Riley and a host of other relatives and
friends including; Pastor Sharon Loyley and Members
of Coke Memorial Methodist Church Bernard Road,
Fox Hill, Pastor David S. Johnson and Members of |
Macandia Baptist Church Bernard Road Fox Hill, Mr.
George Mosko and Children and Mosko Construction
and N. P. Building Supplies, Oncology Department
PMH and a host of other relatives and friends too
numerous to mention.



Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers Funeral
Homes and Crematorium, Ermest and York Streets on
Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday
from 10:00 a.m. until service time at the church.

Rares EEE STA aL ls Es NET MOST A, Bax TR TI SIE BEM 25 AATEC RMR Th



THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 11

FUNERAL ice te) a

Norman Asquith
McKenzie, 76

| aresident of Sea Breeze Lane.
| and formerly of Mangrove cay
South Andros will be held on
| Saturday 6th January, 2007 at
Â¥ 10:00 am at Zion South Beach
Baptist church, Zion Blvd.
Y Officiating will be the Bishop
B. Wennith Davis and
Interment will follow in the Southern Cemetery Cowpen
and Spiknard Roads. Services has been entrusted to
GateWay Memorial Funeral Chapel, Mount Royal
Ave and Kenwood Street.
Cherish memory will forever linger in the hearts of |
his two (2) sons, Rev. Dr. Gregory Asquith and Rodney
Flowers; 3 daughters, Able Woman Marine Michelle
Asquith-Major of the R.B.D.F, Beryl Williams and
Velma Mullings; 2 sons-in -law, 1799 Sgt. Clarence
Major and Charles Gibson; 14 grandchildren, Carla,
Florence, Charles,Kathy, Devona, Kingsley, Jackson,
Tamaris, Kyle, Terez, La'Shan, Clarence Jr., Adeisha
and Shemar; 9 great-grandchildren, Carletta, Cortnee,
Jasmine, Drake, Keitra, Keith, Precious, Charles Ill;
1 daughter-in-law, Aris Flowers; 2 sisters-in-law,
Princess Cooper and Beatrice Stubbs; 2 brothers-in-
law, Fred Cooper and Rev. Dr. Wilfred Stubbs, a host
of other relatives and friends including, Rev Charles
Strachan, Ricardo Davis, Hubert Duncombe and family,
Jonathan Brennen and family, The Community of
Grants, Mangrove Cay Andros.

Friends may pay their last respect at the funeral home
on Friday from 10:00 am to 6:00 and at the Church
on Saturday from 9:00 am to service time.

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CRAIG ANTHONY
SMITH, 32

a resident of Peter Street East, will
be held on Saturday, January 6,
2007 at 1:00 p.m. at Christ Temple
Apostolic Ministries, Faith Avenue,
Nassau, Bahamas. Officiating will
be Pastor Dr. David L. Braynen Sr.,
assisted by other Ministers of the
Gospel. Interment will follow in
the Southern Cemetery.






































Precious memory will forever linger in the heart of his father,
Philip Smith; stepmother, Branda Smith; nine sisters, Denise
Rolle, Monique Bullard, Phillipa, Maylin, Cleo and Sheena
Smith, Nita and Nicher Anderson and Clarice Burrows: five
brothers, Jonny Bullard, Ricardo, Tino, Phillip and Ron Smith:

grandmother, Lurna Johnson; eight aunts, Edna Rivers of
Miami, Florida, Donna Sears, Elaine Lowe, Barbara Johnson:

12 uncles, Rev. Desmond Rivers of Miami, Florida, Deacon
Leonard Sears, Patrick Benson, Errol Vandykes, Don, Kenneth,
Nelson and Fredwell Smith, Elisha Forbes and Steven Pearce;
one brother-in-law, Alex Rolle; three grand-aunts, Roxie
Johnson, Erma Woodside and Naomi Smith: one grand-uncle,

Audley Jones; numerous nieces and nephews including, D.J:,

E.J., A.J., and a host of other relatives including Louie Miller,
Sharmine and Nicola Jones, Zenovia Tucker, Lashanda Austin,
Marranie Symonette, Terryann Rolle of Exuma, Latesha,

Carolyn, Marcia, James Rolle, P.C. 1408 Farrington, Stephen
McQueen, George, Keith and Ricardo Jones, Keith and Diana
Fernander, Jenny Richardson, Lillian Mortimer, Alexis Simms,
Daphanie Smith, Beverly Fernander, Pastor Dr. David L.

Braynen, Minister Doyle Roberts, officers and members of
Christ Temple Church, Bishop Walter Hanchel and Great
Commission Ministry, Rev. T.G Morrison, Rev. Archelous
Burrows, Fox Hill Congoes Junkanoo Group, Fox Hill
Community, Randolph Minnis and family.






Friends may pay their last respects at Riverside Funeral
Chapel, Market Street and Bimini Avenue on Friday from
f 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and at the church from 12:00 noon
7 until service time.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 15

Gearron
‘Tamar

Williams

pune 28th March ie

Gone but not forgotten - departed but still
entwined in the hearts that have been
broken. The loved ones you left behind we
will never know the answer why so brief a life
endured. So as we struggle to find closure we
must rely on our faith. Knowing that God takes
nothing but own. One day we will be united
happy and smiling around God’s Heavenly throne.
Sadly missed by family and friends. —

The Families of the late Gearron Tamar Williams wishes to thank

all of those persons who supported them in their time of sadness.

Your prayers, calls, cards, visits and other expressions of condo-
lences were really appreciated. Special thanks go out to

The Ebenezer Mission Baptist Church Family, Rev. Dr. Elkin
Symonctte, Rev. Ricardo R. Symonette, Dr. Carolyn Rolle and
Family, The Final Hour Ministries Family; The Voice of Deliver-
ance Family, Administrators, faculty; staff and student body at
The College of The Bahamas; faculty; staff and student body a at
The Saint Augustine’s College, Xavier's College class of

Saint Thomas More School, MIS Department and Th

~ Telecommunications Company Ltd Family, John

Family, Michellc Goodwin, Arlington Dorsette, Phillip ] oul |
Brenda Johnson, Craig Musgrove, Vernita Black, Cynthia Hol-
mes, Mr. Bradley and Mrs. Charmaine Young; Toni-Am Brad-
ley Jr. and Derrick Young; Minister Eloise Munnings Staff of
PMH , Dr. Sheena Antonio Collie, Staff of Doctor’s Hosp: al and





to all of Gearron’s friends and acquaintances to many to men-

tion around the world. Thanks for being there and sharing your
thoughts and prayers through our most difficult times. Last but
not least, the kind and Professional Services of Bethel Brothers

Mortuary. May God bless you all.


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DEACONESS PETRAL
CARGILL ROLLE, 78

a resident of Millers Height, Carmichael Road



St. John's Native Baptist Cathedral Cemetery.

Left to cherish her memory are her children, Angela Johnson, Josephine Kraus
of Germany, Margaret Simplice, Deborah Alexander of New York, Patrice :
Brown of Ft. Lauderdale, Agnes Farrington, Kayla Cooper and Valderine :

Altidor of Freeport Grand Bahama; grand children, Dwayne, Nelson, Micah,

Edwin and Jacinta Johnson, Sean Dean, Bruann Morris, Quetell Thomas and

Emmanuel Finnistion of Germany, Timothy Giutzmer, and Monalisa Rolle,

Jason Covington of New York, Shriqueca Cargill, Myles Laroda and Rhoda
Pinder, Ricardo Pinder Michael Williams, Lashann Kuryla and Demia Jones, :

Keva Ingraham, Keish Neymour, Kellie and Kevya Major, Romeo Davis,

Junior, Michael, Orman and Valdria Altidor. Denise, Mitchell and Crystal

Delva, Beverley Worrell, Chairs and Charion Campbell; great grand children,

Kevisha Rolle, Christopher, Julmice and Kirklyn Wilson, Winston Morris,
Tianna, Tristan, Tyler and Taylor Giutzmer, Kayshauna and Shauntae Dean, |
Alexandria Adderley, Dario Munroe, Terenique Dorsette, Ticarri Williams
and Antonia Johnson, Bruann Brayen, Neil Romeo Davis; grand-daughter-in-
law, Kayla Dean; sisters, Coreen Lockhart of New York and Myrtis Chipman }

of North Carolina; sisters-in-law, Mildred and Valderina Cargill; sons-in-law,
Yves Simp lice, Ron Pinder, Benjamin Brown and Maxwell Altidor; neices,

Linda Dean, Victoria Pearce, Marianna Kee, Inez Gibson, of Andros, Hattie

Solomon and Jennifer Higgs of Freeport, Yvonne Lockhart of South Carolina,

Delores Chipman of Olando, Georgia and Jennifer Chipman of Savanna |
Georgia John Dean of Andros, Hillary and Charles Lockhart of New York :
and Frederick Cargill; great grand aunt, Ophelia Hinsey of Nassau and Gaynell
Blatch of Hollywood, Florida Other Relatives and friends, Bishop Michael’ ;
and Min. Hilda Symonette, Rev. Hervis and Deaconess Beverly Bain, The
Jordanairs, Amanda Colebrook and family, Fredericka Butler and family, the :
family of St. John's Native Baptist Cathedral, Rev'd Richard and Mrs. Joy :
Hanna, Rev'd Leon Hinsey, Rev. Alonzo Hinsey, Rev'd Michael Hinsey and }
families, Rev. Charles Hinsey and family, Frank and Merill Hinsey and all }

the Hinsey family of Bimini, Leon And Cargill Hinsey of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.,

Cotez, Gail, Alvina and Alvin Miller of Opa Locka, Fla., Kirk and Dorothy }
Hinsey, Olga Hinsey, Lynn Mache, Carolyn Hanna, Maude Demeritte and }
families, Naomi Mcphee, Clarence Hinsey, Kenny Hinsey and family, Jacquelyn :
Dean, Bertram and Judy Armally and families, Pearline Blatch of Miami, |
Lillian Wright and family, Judy Taylor, Caroline Archer, Francis Whylly and :
family, Marilyn Turnquest and family, Evelyn Hinsey and family, Mildred ;

McKenzie And family of Love Hill, Andros, Bishop Laish Boyde and family,

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,

from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 9:00 2

a.m. until service time.

& formerly of Small Hope, Andros, will be held :
| at St. John's Native Baptist Cathedral, Meeting :
Street, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating ;
| will be Bishop Michael C. Symonette, Rev'd |
Dr. Carrington Pinder, Rev'd Dr. Alonzo Hinsey !
and Rev'd Dr. Hervis L. Bain, assisted by other :
Ministers of The Gospel. Interment follows in }





URIS RICHARD
DELANCY, 73

a resident of Garden Hills, will be held at Church
of God of Prophecy, Blue Hill Road, on Friday |
at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Bishop Sterling
Moss. Interment follows in Southern Cemetery,
Cowpen & Spikenard Road.

Left to cherish his memory are his wife, Minister
Gloria Delancy; sons, Richard Jr. and Captain
Borris Delancy; daughter, Rosalie Taylor;
daughters-in-law, Lazara and Karen Delancy;
grandchildren, Deno, Nyeshia, Natalia, Ladon, Avery, Richard Jr., Antonio
and Dylan Delancy; step grand children, Hudrea, Donald and Hellary Fernander;
brothers, Cecil, Stanley and Urel Delancy; sisters, Easter Outten and Corelia
Delaney; sisters-in-law, Teresita, Monicia, Betty, Mavis and Minister Coriene
Delancy; brothers-in-law, Jonney Missick and Enancas Outten, a host of other
relatives and friends including, Andria Fernander, Helen Missick and Merline
Seymour. ,

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,
from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. on Thursday and on Friday at the church from 10:00
a.m. until service time.

BRIAN EDGAR GORDON
ROBERTS, 31

a resident of Bimini Avenue, will be held at
First Baptist Church, Market Street, on Saturday
at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Earle
Francis, assisted by Rev. Diana Francis.
Interment follows in Old Trail Cemetery, Old
\ Trail Road.

| Left to cherish his memory are his wife, Faith
Roberts; daughter, Carliegh Roberts: mother,
Gloria Roberts; grandmother, Miriam Ramsey;
three sisters, Joana Coleby, Diana Wilson, Tara Gordon; two brothers, Cedric
Wilson Jr. and Santon Gordon; three aunts, Barbara Duncombe, Sonia Johnson,
Princess Davis; eight uncles, George, Sidney, Oswald, Ezra, Fred and Stanley
Garland, Richard Duncombe, Washington Johnson; two sisters-in-law, Annika
Wilson and Brookes of Orlando, Florida; one brother-in-law, Tovar Coleby;
seven nieces, Tramaine and Magin Blyden, Sybria and Shanay Wilson, Leah
Coleby, Natoya, Natia Roberts, Jasmine Rawins; four nephews, Omar Blyden,
David and Cedric Wilson III, Tynn Adderley, a host of other relatives and
friends including, Ashley, Lashon, Diann, Latoya, Sabrina, Samone, Magin,
Dorall, Samantha, Chystal, Lavonya, Claneice, Pebbles, Freddie, Sidney,
Jamal, Dexter, Rashad, Jackson, Jeffrey, Shawn, Giovani, Leon, Leviticus,

_Therdo, Jermaine, and Stanley; close friends, Carliegh Ingraham, Michael and
Pro Pinder and family, Thelma Deveaux and family, Fredericka Brown and
family, Gwendolyn Pratt and family, Shema B. Johnson and family. }

Richard of Fort Lauderdale Florida, Melvern Amette, the Duncombe family,
Adam and family, the Thompson family and the entire community of Bimini
and Hard Rock Alley.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,
from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Fiday and on Saturday at the church from 10:00

: a.m. until service time.

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- FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

DAIXYMAE DAXON, 68

a resident of Rocky Dale Road & formerly of
§ Cripple Hill, Crooked Island, will be held at St.
Gregory's Anglican Church, Carmichael Road, on
Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be The
Venerable Keith N. Cartwright, assisted by The
Rev'd Fr. Franklyn Colebrooke Sr. and The Rev'd
Fr. John Kabiga. Interment follows in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.
She is survived by four daughters, Rachel Daxon
§ Mackey, Viola McKinney, Letha Rolle, Ethel
~~ Missick; three sons, Henry, Clifford and David
Daxon; sons-in-law, Clifford Mackey, Solomon J ohnson, James Rolle, and Michael
Cartwright; daughters-in-law, Emmeletha, Maxine, Louise, Donna, Renee and
Rosemary Daxon; grandchildren, Conan, Latishe, Nadia and Brittany Mackey,
Jamiel Hamilton, Ashley, Colette, Carswell, Bradford, Danesha, Matthew, David
Jr. and Megan Daxon, Naomi Bonaby, Ruth Armette, Mary Daxon -Thompson,
Timothy, Lawrence, Herbert, Don, Robert, Phillip, Stephen, Dorcas and Kevin
Daxon, Errol and Arthur McKinney, Sharon McFall, Elizabeth Daxon Forbes,
Judy Cartwright, Sherry Sands, Sheila, Cedric, Paul, Jethro, Kermit, Berkley,
Lawrence and Larry Daxon, Barbara Ashby, Gloria Thompson, Paulette, Patricia,
Theresa, Felix III, and Philip Daxon, Sheldon Ferguson, Conrad Missick, Judy
Tucker, Stephanie Jones, Shaunda Strachan, Angela, Franklyn, Philip, Stephen,
Raymond, Derek and Don Johnson and Coralee Smith, Antionetta Johnson,
Samantha Farrington, Glenda, Sonia, Martin, Derek, Lambert, Douglas and Mario
Cartwright, Steve, Ormon, Cedric, Balton, Gregory, Mamalee, Sharon and Lisa
Daxon; sisters, Patricia, Janice and Juliana Smith, Vernice Walkine and Emily
Cornish; brothers, Charles, Craig and Michael Walkine; aunts, Olivia Clarke,
Vivian and Marina Moss; uncles, Edward Bain, Cleveland Walkine and Linkwood
Ferguson; nieces and nephews including, Deborah Watson, Kim Woodside,
Shauvaugn Smith, Shanice Taylor, Jamiko and Edward Smith, Jackie Woodside,
Kayla Hepburn, Clyde Frankie, Elvis, Chris and Andrew Williams, Renea and
Charles Walkine Jr.; numerous great-grand children, other relatives and friends
including, Sybil Peters, Deborah Bain, Gwendolyn Oliver, Wendal Johnson, Andil
Laroda, Samuel and Doris Moss, Dorothy Francis, Niki Ferguson, Brenda Rose,
Reginald Knowles, Krystal Gibson, Andreika Delancy and the eominntunity of
Crooked Island.



Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,
from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 10:00
a.m. until service time.

MR. ALONZO
EZRA BRIDGEWATER, 51

a resident of Ludlow Street, will be held at
Robinson-Morris Chapel AME Church, Ridgeland
Park West, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating
will be Pastor Howard Williamson, assisted by
other ministers. Interment follows in Woodlawn
Gardens, Soldier Road.



Left to cherish his fond memory are, his loving
wife, Willamae Bridgewater; children, Lorraine,
Lynette and Laverne Bridgewater; grand-children, Rene’ Johnson, Andranique
Edgecombe, Alyssa and Anthony Curtis and Viya Parague; his father, Ezekiel
Bridgewater; his sister, Nurse Cathy B -idgewater-Greene; his brothers, James
Anthony, Peter, Llewelyn, Andre’ and Cxristopher PHOEewaket, sou iii “law,
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Jessica Clarke, Antonia Tucker, Lavonya Bridgewater, Larreka, Latoya and Lavana
Greene; nephews, James Anthony Jr., Payton, Lavardo and Llewelyn Bridgewater |
Jr.; numerous friends and relatives including, Patricia Strachan, Diane Dean-
Ferguson, Christian Tucker, Sean Clarke, Antoinette Beneby and family, Michael
Ford and family, Betty Sweeting and family, Annamae Flowers and family, Leonard
Knowles and family, Anthony Smith and family, Ted Hanna and family, Lucy
Penn, Vance McKenzie and family, Wendal Clarke, Steve Collie, Robert Gaitor,
Mrs. Constance Clarke and family, Mrs. Robyn Young and family and many more
too numerous to mention.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,
from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Friday and on Saturday at the church from 10: 00
a.m. until service time.

MRS. MARYLEAN
FERGUSON, 87

a resident of West Dennis Court, Yellow Elder
Gardens, and formerly of The Forest, Exuma, will
be held at Salem Union Baptist Church, Taylor
Street, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will
~) be Rev. Dr. C.W. Saunders. Interment follows in
Lakeview Memorial Gardens, J.F. K. Drive.
" Left to cherish her legacy of love are her, four sons,
Cedric, Timothy, Benjamin and Chief Inspector

a Fredrick Ferguson (HMP); two daughters, Carlies
Sawyer and Bernadette Ferguson; three daughters-in-law, Edna, Helen and
Jenniemae Ferguson; one sister-in-law, Lillis Ferguson; forty grand children,
Elaine and Norman Lightfoot, Nurse Stephanie and Busta Evans, Dennis and
Nikitha Ferguson Forbes, Audrus and Tory Glinton, Denise and Barton Hanna,
Caron and Barry Brown, Sharinda and Wyberg Brown, Stacey and Quincy
Anderson, Carliese and Natius Majis, Shirley and Dennis Grant, Rickey and
Simona Sawyer, Keith and Gelera Ferguson, Kennen and Kelly Saunders, Hansel
and Joanne Ferguson, Frederick and Mickey Ferguson, Tina Moxey, Theresa,
Veronica, Erica, Sandra, Portia, Audrey and Florinda Ferguson, Bruno Gibson,
Inez Harris, Brendell, Steve, Floyd and Melvern Lloyd; great grand children,
Norlaine, Normica and Niyah Lightfoot, Keilera, Keijero and Keiasha Ferguson,
Throne, Tevary, Buster Jr., Stephon, Shakeem, Denton, Deroniqua, Shanderia,
Deangelo, Keron, Tia, Crystal, Kadeshia, Cristen, Brenden, Cameron, Alisha,
Floyd Jr., Tanae, Shanty, Deavionne, Devaughn, Laterio, Shavante, Natius Jr.,
Ken Jr., Olivia, Shasha, Kenton, Keianna and Torry; nine great great grand children,
one aunt, Mary Clarke; numerous relatives and friends including, descendants of
Thomas Clarke's family, Anthony Adderley and family, Almaida Bowe, Nita
Oliver, Theresa Smith, the Rahming family, the Thompson family, the Rolle
family, Shirley Davis, Claudette and family, Forster and Willard Clarke, Ethlee,
Erma, Carnette, Tency, Virginia, Agusta, George, Zurleen, Lizian, Rose, Miriam,
and Christopher Ferguson, Rufus, Arthur, Isreal, Libon and the entire Peter Bodie
family, Ellen Curry, Minerva and Clifford Rolle, Melissa Burrows, Maybell Rolle,
Sheila Adderley, Trevor and Dellerese Sweeting, Deornafay and Benjamin McPhee,
Winfred Richards, Akel Clarke and Magnola Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Novelle Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. John Pinder and family, Maxcine Lightbourne, Mr. Dwayne Davis
and family, Anita Davis, Eloise Rahming, Myrtle Rolle, Simon Rolle and family,
the Armbrister family, the Adderley family, Descendants of Emily and Richard
Wright, Descendants of Rostin Rolle, Descendants of Jerome(JB) Ferguson, Dr.
Kevin Bowe, Shantell Flowers, Simon Rolle and family, Reverend Charles Saunders
and the Salem Baptist Church family, the Palestine Baptist Church (Exuma) and
the Entire Forest Exuma Community.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market Street,
from 10:00a.m.-6:00 p.m. on Fr iday and on Saturday at the church from 10: oe

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GERTRUDE M.
DAVIS, 69

a resident of #47 E Gladstone
Terrace, Freeport, Bahamas
and formerly of Old Bight, Cat
Island, will be held on
Saturday January 6, 2007 at
12:00 noon at Solid Rock
Church of the Nazarene, East Settler's Way. Officiating
will be Pastor Kirk Curry assisted by Pastor Hilton
Outten. Interment will follow in The Grand Bahama
Memorial Park. Frobisher Drive, Freeport.



Left to cherish her memory are one son, Derek Davis;
six daughters, Sandra Minor, Sybilene Cooper, Keva
Davis, Theresa Dawling, Tabitha and Raquel Davis,
two brothers, Leroy and Jonathan; 13 grandchildren,
William and Madena Francis, Shinika Russell, Charley
Holmes, Darnell Laing, Ahmad Knowles, Tana, Kenya
and Lydia Davis, Piedra Pinder, Taylor Dawling,
Aquell Davis and Ahmad Hall; two great grandchildren,
Kiara and Kenadee Russell, one grandson-in-law, Eric
Russell Jr.; two sons-in-law, Rueben Minor and Sisquo
Dawling and a host of other relatives and friends
including Mary Ann Williams, Willamene Hart, Thelma
Shakespare and Sands family, Rosalyn Collin, Rico
Smith, Rosey Reckley, Pastor and Sister Rolle and
family, the entire family at The Princess and Royal
Oasis Hotels.

Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Yager
Funeral Home and Crematorium on Friday, January

5, 2007 from 12:00 noon until 6:00 p.m: and on |



wurch: from 10:30 a.m. until, service






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Queen’s Highway
P.O. Box F-40288, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
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ULEASE
GIBSON, 61

| of #19 Widgone Road, Arden
| Forest, Freeport and formerly
of Deep Creek, Eleuthera will
| be held on Saturday, January
6, 2007 at 9:00 a.m. at First
Baptist Church, Columbus
Drive, Fiespon Officiating will be Rev. Dr. George
L. Cumberbatch and interment will be made in The
Deep Creek Public Cemetery, Deep Creek, Eleuthera.



Left to cherish her memory are two children, Michael
and Monique Bellot, five grandchildren, Mischael,
Brekelle, Joann, Malinda and Pheonix Bellot, eight
brothers, Robert, Vincent, Richard, Clarence, Hansel,
Cedrick, Wilmore and Winston Gibson; five sisters,
Cedricka, Althea, Leotha, Miriam and Vernall, two
brothers-in-law, Tony Russell and Cecil Anderson;
six sisters-in-law, Florence, Miriam, PJ, Edith, Queenie
and Vernell Gibson and a host of other relatives and
friends including Alex Gibson, Vanria; the following
families, Gloverbell, Eris, Anderson, Pratt, Sweeting,
Sands, and Smith; Lherrison Bellot, Garnet Newbold,
The Rand Memorial Hospital staff, especially the

‘kitchen staff, 1.C.U. and medical staff

Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Yager
Funeral Home and Crematorium on Friday, January
12:00 noon until 6:00 p.m.

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DAVIS, 79

of Peardale and formerly of
Clarence Town, Long Island
will be held on Saturday at
10:00a.m. at Holy Family
- Catholic Church, Robinson
Road. Officiating will be Fr.
Kendrick Forbes assisted by
Deacon Andrew Burrows.
Interment will follow in Old
Trail Cemetery, Abundant Life
Road.

Precious memory will forever linger in the hearts of his loving
and devoted children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren
including two daughters, Mrs. Patrice Nottage and Lorraine
Davis; one adopted step-daughter, Geneva Mcintosh; two
sons, Tyrone and Kevin Davis; twenty-five grandchildren,
Brian Davis, Charmaine, Natasha, Tiffany, Deon, Terraine,
Latoya, Kiffino, Kenron, Dwayne, Tyrone Jr., Jamal, Tynisha,
Javon, Marvin, Allison, Shekera, Monique, Kevin Jr., Karen,
Keno, Kalisa, Camille, and Rosa; great-grandchildren,
Kendysha, RJ., Nekisha, Rashad, Sharad, Tanisha, Glendysha,
Brian Jr., Tattyenna, Terraince, Codero, Dereka, Dwayne,
Derek, Inderia, Kendra, Shavon, Willinique, Lapetra, Dwayne
Jr., Monalisa, Deonte, Daiva, and Neleia; one sister, Rosie

| Cartwright; one brother, Elvin Davis of Miami, Florida; three
| daughters-in-law, Trellis, Angela, and Nora Davis; one son-
| in-law, Charles Nottage; sisters-in-law, Julia Dean, and Viola
| Higgins of Boynton Beach, Florida, Geraline Davis, and Mrs.

Ellaween of Miami Florida and Marion Pratt; grand-daughters-
in-law, Patula Davis, Christina Butler, and Carral Davis;

| brothers-in-law, Mr. Cartwright, and Christopher "Big 0"

- Pratt, and a host of other relatives and friends including,

‘| Theresa, Bernad, Kendal, Catherine, Godfrey, Karen,

Bernadette, and Theodore Davis, Mr. George McKinney and

| family, the Dorsettes, and Marshall families, Peardale friends

and family, Alvin Butler and family, Staff of Annis Town
Clinic, and Staff of Fleming Street Clinic, Dr. Munroe, Medisal

| Clinic P.M.H., the Hanna family, Prince Boodle and family,
| and many other family and friends too numerous to mention.

| Viewing will be held in the State Room of Jones Brothers
Morticians Mt. Royal Avenue and Talbot Street on Friday



from 10:00a.m. to 6:00p.m. and at the church on Saturday

from 9:00a.m. until service time.

103 Mt. Royal Ave. & Talbot St. |
P.O. Box EE-17228

Fax: 328-4903 ¢ Cell: 558-6556



MR. LEON PATRICK |



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VERNICE
ROLLE, 84

| of Steventon Exuma will be
held on Saturday, January 6th,
@ 2007 at 1lam at St Margaret’s

; Anglican Church, Harts,
Exuma. Officiating will be The
Rev Fr Mario Conliffe, assisted
by Rev. Willis Johnson. |
Interment will follow in the

Church’s Cemetery.

i Left to mourn are; children, Rosena White, Denzella Rolle,

Shirleymae Rolle, Leslie Rolle, and Wendy Clarke; siblings,
Carlton Rolle of Fort Pierce, Florida, and Iva Davis; sons-
in-law, Glen Williams, Felix White and Anastasius Clarke;

i crand son-in-law, Dave Ferguson of Perry, Georgia; sisters-

in-law, Enid Dean and Irene Robinson-Boston; brother-
in-law, Cecil Rolle; grandchildren, Pamela, Emmett,
Nicanor, Danella, Fredricka, Francine, Leshan, Sigrid,
Chanessa, Ashton, Chad; great grandchildren, Eva, Jaylean,
Emily, Emmett Jr, Justin, Javon, Diano, Siah, Nicarson,
Denzel, Seth; great great grandchild, Keilon; nephews,
Nigel, Vincent, Clayton, Devon, Earline, Jeffery; nieces,
Mettalee, Sandra, Annette, Pat, Janice, Jennifer, Shelly,
Lily, Dena, Rose, Marge and Shelia, a host of other relatives
and friends including; Grace, Everett, Dosalean, Pearlene
Davis and family, Junior Davis, Pleasant, Annie, Merlene —
Smith and family, Beatrice Davis, Ruby Morley, David
Gionin, Clara Dorsette, The Staff of Private Medical at
Princess Margaret Hospital, Dr Lockley Munroe, Dr
Cargill, Dr Kevin Moss, Dr Jagadesh, Dr Agreta Eneas-
Carey, the entire family of Steventon, Rolleville, Roker’s |
Point, Stuart Manor, Farmer’s Hill, Mount Thompson and
Ramsey, Exuma. .

The body will repose at the church in Hearts Exuma from
4pm on Friday until service time on Saturday.

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rent, very spacious, well lit and
secure yard water, cable,
included. Phone available. five
minutes walk to the Mall at
Marathon, one minute walk to
the bus stop and ten minutes
drive to Paradise Island, little to
no traffic, central _ location,
Peardale off Wulff Road, no
kids, no pets and no smoking,
$550 per month, first and last
month rent and $400 sec
deposit to move in Serious
inquiries only. Phone 326-7477
Available January 8, 2007.

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
very spacious, well lit and
secure yard, water, refrigerator,
stove, A/C, ceiling fans, and
cable included, phone
available, .5 minutes walk to
the Mall at Marathon, 1 minute
walk to the bus stop and 10
minutes drive to Paradise
Island little to no traffic, central
location, Peardale, off Wulff
Road, no kids, no pets, and no
smoking, $575.00 per month,
first and last month rent and
$550 sec depo to move in
Serious inquiries only.
Phone 326-7477.
Now.

COWPEN ROAD WEST - 2
bed, 1 1/2 bah, living, dining
and kitchen, A/C and ceiling
fans, washer, dyer and water
included. Sec bars, enclosd
ard, cable, internet and phone
ines available. No pets, 4
persons maximum. $800 per
month, first and last months
rent, sec dep $500. Tel 361-
7009.

FOR

FURNISHED ROOM

RENT for a single bachelor
ONLY. No other furniture
please. No kid or pets. Off East
St, Crooked Island St, opp
convenience store, quiet, clean,
enclosed yard, 2 blocks from
Bus Stop, nice kitchen, front
room, sec sys., all utilities
included, light, hot/cold water,
phone, cable, TV. $500 to
move in, $160 & $175 per
week. Weekly only. Call Ms
kemp between 9am and 7pm.
call 326-0669

ONE - BEDROOM
APARTMENT Eden Estates
(off Johnson Road & Johnson
Terrace).

One unit of a_ triplex; Quiet
neighbourhood; Enclosed yard
at cul de sac; Recently built.
Security Bars; Ceiling Fans;
Air-conditioning; Refrigerator;
Stove; Washer; Dryer; Water.
Rent - $750. 1st & last month &
$500 security deposit required
to move in.

Interested persons should call
364-7698

ONE BEDROOM EFFICIENCY
APT - Sea Breeze Estates. Incl:
Fridge, stove, ceiling fans, light,
water, cable ready, 1st tank of

as, enclosed & secure yard.
300. Pref. single female or
responsible, decent couple with
maturity standard, no ane
habits. No children/pets. Call
392-07016(D), 364-1180(E),
ask for Mr Rolle.

Available

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RENTALS
3776 Cable Beach: Office
spaces with 3 private

bathrooms, reception area with
bathroom, parking, A/C,
phone lines and water included.
$4500/pm.

3997 Bahamian Cottage: This

lovely furnished Cottage
located in central area.
Features, A/C, washer/dryer

and fully equipped kitchen.
$2,300/pm.

3961 Blair: 2 bed home with a
fully loaded kitchen, central
A/C, cedar lined closets, carpet
floors and pool. $2,600/pm.

3921 Harbour Colony: Nice 3
bed penthouse unit with views

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Miramar, P.I. 2254- Furn. 3/3.5
townhouse in beachfront

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Sandyport R22ss- Furn, 3/2.5
canalfront condo, nicely

decorated, boat slip! $4,500

- Brand new,
really nice, Partly furn. 2/1
apartment, central location!
$1,250
Tri R1215-_ Fully
furn. 4/2 with pool. Ready to
move in! $4,000
h 2243- Nice, newly
furn. 2/2 second __ floor

oceanfront condo. Great views!

of the Nassau Harbour. Open] $3,800

floor plan, large _ kitchen,

laundry area and pool.j Westr O- Brand new

$5,500/pm. 3/3.5 furn. Townhouse with
private pool. $4,750

3992 Sans Souci: Lovely 2
bed 1 bath, furnished unit.
Features an open floor plan,
washer/dryer, AIG an
enclosed yard. $1,500/pm

2084 West Bay: This Bahamia
West 3 bed, 3 __ bath
condominium comes __ fully
furnished in secure, gated
community with fabulous views.
$ 4,000.00/pm

3934 eonpess Point: Lovely 3
bed 3 .5 bath, fully furnished
waterfront condo offering
spectacular sunset and ocean
views. $4,500/pm

3941 Westridge: Brand new 3
bed unit. Custom made kitchen
with granite tile countertops,
recessed lighting, a large
master bed and bath with its
own kitchenette: $5,000/pm.

3916 Collins Avenue:
Remodeled 2 bed townhouse.
Fully equipped and furnished
with A/C units, security bars, 2
parking spaces and is wired for
cable. $1,600/pm.

3970 Sandford Drive: Fully
furnished 3 bed townhome with
washer/dryer tiled and carpet
flooring all within an enclosed
yard. $3,000/pm.

3972 Tusculum: Furnished 3
bed, townhouse with tiled and

wood floors, central A/C,
washer/dryer, dishwasher,
alarm and intercom system.
$2,800/pm

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Victoria Court R2251-_ Newly
remodeled 2/2.5, fourth floor
central location.
NICE! $3,000

Grove R1206- Turn key, 3/3.5
home with views and near
beach! $4,000

Cable Beach R2236- Furn. 2/1
condo in great location! $1,500

R2 Furn. 2/2
with lovely canal views! $3,500
NICE!

Sandford Drive R2238- Brand
new, immaculate 2/2.5 in a

gated complex. Pool, gym,
ieee custom everything!!
500

Seabeach Estates _R2232-

Tastefully furn. 3/2 townhouse

with private garden, SS
appliances and more! $2,500
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Beachfront 2/2 on ground floor,
only steps to ocean. Awesome
views! $4,000

Seabreeze R1198-_Canalfront
3/3.5 home with dock. Boaters
dream! $2,950
I - Furn.,
newly renovated 2/2 in
beachfront complex. $3,500
Cable Beach R2086-__New,
nicely furn. 2/2.5 townhouse
with enclosed, private yard.
$2,200_
re 1180-
Spacious, furn. 5/3 with pool in
a gated, oceanfront community.
$5,500

For more rental listings call
Paradise Real Estate 325-3000
Or visit
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com

Waterfront Estate. 3 bed, 4
bath home w/ 1 bed, 1 bath
cottage. Furnished & equipped,
garage, pool, generator,
optional dock space. $9,000/
month. RO149

Eastern Road. 5 beds, 4.5
bath hilltop home on 1.7 acres,
pool, generator, garage.
Furnished.$9,000/month.
RO0181

Caves Point - 3 bed, 3 bath
fully furnished — ocean-side
condo, 24hr. security, 3 pools,
2 beaches, gym and covered
arking. $ 8,000/month. R0172
ick’s Point. 3 bed, 3.5 bth
townhouse, dock, great sea
views, fully furnished. $6,500/
month. R0197
Caves Point - 3 bed, 3.5 bath,
ocean-front condo, fully
furnished, large balcony,
community pools, gym, 24 hr
security. $5,000/month. RO200
Treasure Cove. 4 bed, 2 bath,
fully furnished, pool and patio,
24 hr. security. $4,000/month.
RO165
Sandyport. 2 bed, 2 bath
condo, furnished, garden.
$3,000/month. RO195
Orchard Terrace - 4 bed, 2
bath furnished home, 2 car
ee le. Excellent condition.
3,750/month. R0144.
Winton. 3 bed, 3.5 bath
furnished house, pool, pool
room, mature garden.
$4,000/month. R0191
Compass Point. 3 bed, 3.5
town house, ocean front, pool,
furnished. $4,000/month.
RO193.
Sulgrave Manor. 2 bed, 2 bath
lovely furnished unit. Many
amenities. Pool and beach.
$3,500/month. R0O156.

Highland Park. Townhouse 3°

bed 3 bath spacious enclosed
property $3,000.00 R0217.
Victoria Court. Renovated
Condo 2 bed 2 bath furnished
$3,000.00 R0194
Saunders Beach. 2 bed, 2
bath townhouse. gym, pool,
beach nearby, laundry room.
$2,500. RO173 :
8th Terrace, Centerville - 4
bed, 2 bath with waiting area.
$2,500. RO160
Vista Marina. Apt. 2 bed 2 bath
furnished $2,500.00 R0186
Highland Park — 3 bed, 3 bath
furnished on a large lot. $2,300
RO215
Mount Vernon — 2 bed, 2 bath
home. High -ceilings, enclosed
pa $1,950/month.

0178.

Montagu Villas — 2 bed, 1 bath
townhouses. peeeney,
renovated, furnished, A/C, pool,
ated. $1,800/month. R0O150
oral Harbour . 2-3 bed, 2.5
bath furnished. Canal front.
$1,850/month. R0O118.

Tel: 393-8630 » Fax: 393-8638







REAL ESTATE

www.grahamrealestate.com
Rentals
#3208 Lake Cunningham,

large 5 bed, 5 1/2 bath fern
home. Luxuriously appointed,
this fully furnished, gorgeous
home has stunning lake views
w/ dock for water activities.
Lovely large rooms & separate
maid’s quarters. A must see!
$11,000p/m

#1934 Cable Beach, 2 bed, 1
bath condo in small 4 unit
complex on quiet.street. Lovely
pool/patio area. Gated w/visual
surveillance on each unit.
Tastefully decorated & fully
furnished $2,500p/m

#3289 Sandyport, 3 bed 2 1/2
bath waterfront apartment w/
30ft boat dock situated in
vibrant Olde Towne. Lovely
views of Sandyport. Luxurious
décor, furniture & fittings. Bi
screen TV. Residents have full
access to the Sandyport
beaches resort pool & beach &
amenities. $4,500p/m

#3280 Victoria Court, 2 bed, 2
1/2 bath condo. Elegant, gated

apartment building in
convenient downtown Nassau.
This spacious apartment

overlooks the harbour. Central
air. Shared pool $3,000p/m

#3226 Highland Park, 3 bed, 2
bath, family home. Large open
lan, living/dining/kitchen.
arge screened in porch.
Enclosed yard with peruole. 2
car parts. urnished.
$2,300p/m

#3254 Sandyport, ground floor
2 bed, 2 1/2 bath townhouse.
Nicely appointed. Fully
furnished $3,000p/m

#3281 Eastern Rd, 5 bed, 5
bath, Eastern Rd hilltop home.
Wonderful views of the Narrows
from the living room, northern
patio & master bed. Home is
elevated, cool. & airy. Large
kitchen w/ staff bed. area off to
the side. Expansive covered

porch which overlooks the pool. | -

$10,000p/m
#3302 Sandyport, Nicely
maintained & recently

renovated 3 bed, 2 bath ground
floor unit in Beach Lane. One
floor. Canalfront terrace facin

east. Boat dock _ included.
Parking right in front of front
doer. Fully furnished $4,500p/m

#3313 Sans Souci, 3 bed, 2
bath, one floor, open plan,
security door separates
bedroom wing from living area.
Large master suite. Very
spacious back garden. Partially
furnished. $2,500p/m

Graham Real Estate
Call 356-5030 or
visit our web site at
www.gra hamrealestate.com



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NEW BEAUTIFUL SPACIOUS
APT off Carmichael Road, 2-
bed, 1-bath, c/a, ceiling fan,
fridge, stove, washer and dryer,
s/screen & water included.
$800/mthly. Serious inquiries
only. Ms Forbes (D)323-4512,
323-4495/6 or eve) 362-1008,
362-0809.

NEW 2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH
APT IN QUIET AREA;
FRIDGE, STOVE, WASHER,
DRYER, MICROWAVE AND
AIR CONDITIONING
INCLUDED. 1ST FEBRUARY;
$750 PER MONTH, 1ST, LAST
& SEC DEP. CALL 454-5816.

NEW APARTBMENT FOR
RENT. Golden Gates area. 2
bedroom, one bath. Including
stove, fridge, water, elec, sec
bars, enclosed yard. $700 per
month, $400 sec. dep Tel 361-
4014, 302-9522

2-BEDROOM APT for rent
Apple St off Wulff Rd, water
included, 2 spacious bedroom,
sec bars. Asking $500. Phone

423-8307, 364-5672.

NEWLY BUILT 2-bed, 1-bath,
off Cowpen Road. Water
included. $700/pm. Call 535-
8405, 465-4092, Sherisse,
7:30am-5pm, or call after 6pm,
324-6540.

2-BEDROOM semi _ furnished
apt w/dlinds and water,
$700/pm, $600 sec dep, 1st,
and last required. 535-4228, or
558-7765.

NEWLY RENOVATED, ONE
BEDROOM, ONE BATH APT
complex, partially furnished,
Pinewood Gardens.



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AIC, refrigerator, stove, washer,
dryer, jacuzzi bath, light, water,
cable, phone, internet, wooden
blinds and hurricane shutters.
No children, no pets. For
viewing appointment, call 392-
2067.

NICE CONDO - WESTERN
AREA, 3-bed, 2 1/2-bath. free
cable and water. 1 car garage.
$2,000. Move in for the New
Year. Call 327-7041, or 434-
3055.

OFF CHARLES SAUNDERS
HWY - Spacious 2-bed, 1-bath
Apt, fridge, stove, water, c/air,
b/bar, washer and dryer ready,
cable and phone ready. Ceiling
fan, $800 per month, sec dep
$600. Call 394-7607.

DUPLEX APT FOR RENT
2 bed, 1 bath Semi-furnished.
$1200. Can be furnished if
needed. Rhone 393-2901, 454-
113.

EASTERN DISTRICT ONE
BEDROOM APT,
TASTEFULLY | FURNISHED,
NO CHILDREN/PETS. PHONE
324-1316. :

LARGE 2-bedroom Apt.
Furnished. All utilities included.
Nassau East. Available
immediately. Tel 364-7785,
436-6946(c).

NEW RENOVATED 3-bed, 2-
bath in Ridgeland Park West,
$900/pm Ask for Tina Bethel
502-6163, -day, 328-2703,
night.
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1B #809

1997 HONDA ACCORD WAGON
White with grey interior
$7,000.00 ONO
Drop low full body kit chrome rims and muffler,
clean interior with wood grain trim, sound
system, alarm, running good, v-tec engine with
intake system, new brakes and tires
Owning leaving Island
Tel: 341-2762

55
1899 DODGE CARAVAN VAN
' Champagne
$5,500.00
Recent tune up, Oil change, transmission
service; would make good service/delivery
vehicle; well maintained. Tel: 422-4027

2002 FORD EXPLORER
blue with grey interior
$12,900.00 ONO
Full power, fully loaded, extra clean,
Excellent condition, alarm, Just in from the US
Tel: 324-4416 cell: 424-4080

For Sale
1994 HONDA ACCORD
Burgundy with grey interior. Good running
condition, Cold AC, CD player, Surround sound
system, licensed to Nov 2007
$3,800.00 OBO
Tel: 392-4914/426-5772 (evenings

RIB #775

1998 NISSAN ALTIMA, GXE
Gold with tan interior, In good condition
17” rims, Standard shift,

Asking $5,500.00
Cell: 535-6702/ 464-1318 or 302-8121

54
2006 CHEVY SILVERADO
1500 cc,White with grey interior, 4 door
Excellent condition. 9,400 miles
$33,000.00
Tel: 328-2917 Cell: 457-2629









RIB #804



2001 VOLVO S60

aE = : Silver, with grey interior, Low mileage,
Factory tints, sunroof, power everything,
«2. 2001 HONDA.STREAM fully power $21,000.00

White, 7 passenger, Very clean, Excellent
condition, Great on tue,| 2.0 engine, 4 cylinders
$12,500.00
362-2177, 427-1258/361-4294

RIB #831




















2004 DODGE RAM
Silver with black interior, crew-cab, 4 doors,
power lock window & doors, AC, CD player,
22” chrome rims. Fully loaded
asking $24,000.00 OBO
Tel: 395-4827/558-6841 or 322-8306






Tel: 361-4546 cell:557-2454 or 327-5356








RIB #829 1991 NISSAN 180SX
W/ 1996 black top engine
4 seater, 4 cylinder turbo changed
AM/ bodykit AM/ boost guage Am oil temp,
guage AM/steering wheel AM/ shift knob
royal blue. $6,500.00
Tel; 394- 2339/8 cell: 425-6723

1993 HONDA PRELUDE
Silver, Automatic, V-tech engine, 18” rims
Customized black window, body kit,
Cd player and aircondition
$3,700.00 ONO
Tel: 361-7534
Cell: 426-5462/436-9870

1995 DODGE NEON
Black with Grey Interior, 4 door
$3000.00 O.N.O
Owner Leaving Island, Standard Shift
Sunroof, Cold A/C, CD Player
Tel: 393-1328 or 393-9003 Cell: 424-3541

RIB #895

1996 HONDA ACCORD
aaa =— _ Green with grey interior, 4 door
2000 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE fanvee Mn call

Blue. fully loaded. Excellent condition : , i
11,900.00 Leaving country for school
Just in from US, Leather interior Tel: 326-3597 Cell: 456-7666
Tel: 364-5384 Cell? 395-0917 re UNAS BT as ae AV’ gt) BAS Ske u

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1997 CHEVY LUMINA
Blue with li nee interior

AC, CD player, Just serviced,
new tie rods, .
new brakes. very good condition,

c.

Mustgols <7
Cell: 677-4562 or423-4685 SE HL







Tel:.341-3033 after 5pm Cell: 456-4961

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TWO (2)
1999 HYUNDIA ACCENT
Black/Y ellow with grey interior, To be sold
immediately. Engines running and good body
structure. Serious inquires only
$1800 ea ONO
Call 454-8542 or 426-3442

RIB #848
1998 BUICK LESABRE

Grey with grey interior, 4 door, clean title, AC,
Rag top with 20” chrome rims.
Asking $9,000.00

2002 FORD MUSTANG GT
Fully loaded, 6 disc Cd changer with rims.
Asking $15,000
Tel: 364-3691 Cell: 557-1205









TRIB #853

1999 BUICK LeSABRE |
Burgundy with Leather interior
CD player, 20” rims
$7,000.00
Tel: 424-4661

RIB #896



2003 TOYOTA CAROLLA
Beige with beige interior ,18” chrome rims,
CD player AC, cool condition
$13,000.00 ONO
Tel: 356-0013 Cell: 424-5611 or 302-7528




2003 DODGE RAM 1500
Black with black interior
22” rims, full power

LN gabe



















1999 HONDA ACCORD
Gold with tan interior, 4 door
$9,000.00 It’s a steal, low mieage,
Good condition
ALSO 1999 BLACK HONDA ACCORD
Cell: 565-9750 /357-3964

RIB #872
2003 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER LS
WHITE 4DR. SUV ALL AVAILABLE OPTIONS
WITH KEYLESS ALARM ONLY 58K MILES,
GREAT CONDITION $16,500 0.N.O.
Tel: 392-2082 Cell: 427-9042

RIB #875
1994 MAZDA BONGO, DEISEL 4WD
$2,000.00
‘| Tel: 341-0460 Cell: 359-0339 or 327-3412

RIB #932.
2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
Gold with tan leather interior
$9,500.00(neg) -
Fully loaded, power windows, power locks,

CD player, air condition, In good condition
Tel: 394-4955 or 525-9122

RIB #933

1995 HONDA CIVIC, EX _
Black with dark grey interior, 2 door, Stick
shift, Engine runs great, Racing
suspension,

17” rims. $3000.00 OBO
Tel: 394-8959 Cell: 436-3718

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1999 Honda Accord

in excellent condition,.low mileage, pw, pd, tape

deck, stick shift,

4 door, 4 cyl. very clean ,just in from US $9,500

FIRM call Tim 341-2451/425-7326

2002 Buick Century In immaculate condition, 62K
miles, pw,pd 4 door,
$8,700 firm
341-245 1/425-7326 Tim or Steve

1999 Honda Accord
in excellent condition, low mileage, pw, pd, tape deck,
stick shift,4 door, 4 cyl. very clean just in from US
$9,500 FIRM call Tim 341-2451/425-7326
1999 Dodge Intrepid
needs engine work, body in great condition $900.00
1999 Chevy Tahoe
spacious, leather interior bucket seats, pw, pd, cd
excellent family car just in from USA $11k FIRM 341-
2451/425-7326 Tim





RIB #889
1999 Chevy Tahoe
spacious, leather interior bucket seats, pw, pd,
cdexcellent family car just in from USA $11k
FIRM 341-245 1/425-7326 Tim
2002 Buick Century 62K miles, pw,pd 4 door,cd,
concert style sound system,smooth ride
$8,700 FIRM call Tim 341-2451/425-7326

1999 Dodge Intrepid needs engine work, body;

in great condition $900.00

RIB #953

1995 TOYOTA COROLLA
AC, tape, power windows,
$5,300.00
Tel: 341-4912 Cell: 557-0321



1997 FORD MUSTANG GT, COUPE
Charcoal Gray with tan/black interior
$7,200.00
4.6L, V8 engine, clean in and out. Standard
shift,AC, CD, Great everyday driver with racer
potential
Tel: 361-5669 Cell: 535-9684



























RIB #902
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2002 NISSAN ALTIMA RIB #918
Silver with grey interior, 20” rims 2004 BUICK LASABRE
3 2,500.00 Silver with grey/leather interior

$15,500.00
20” rims, 14,000 miles
Tel: 322-3867 cell: 436-9000

Tel: 364-1307 Cell: 436-3554










1998 CHEVY CORSICA
Very good ee On 4 door Ready to
drive $1,500.00 ONO
2001 EXPLORER SPORTS Tel: 361-5707 or 544-8759 Mr dean
Excellent condition, Sounds System
$10,000.00 ONO
Tel: 326-6588 Cell: 436-0766

RIB #91
RIB #929
2000 FORD EXPEDITION
Black with grey leather interior, short back,
New engine serviced, new tires, 6 CD changer,
: seats seven, Great for taxi
Tel: 325-7675 Cell: 454-6535

2
1998 TOYOTA COROLLA
White with tan interior
$5,500.00 ONO
Standard shift, Excellent condition, low mileage
Tel: 322-6695 or 323-8402



1995 NISSAN CEFIRO
RIB #969 Silver with grey interior
$6000.00 ONO
Clean, fully loaded, AC, 10 CD changer player,
color screen TV
Excellent running condition, 4, door,
Tel: 393-2717

HONDA ACCORD
Green with tan interior 4 door
Owner leaving island
Excellent condition, One owner, from NMC
Asking $7,500.00 OBO
Tel: 362-1959 or 394-5729





RIB #982
1996 TOYOTA CAMRY
Black with light brown interior
$4,000.00 ONO
( 4)four cylinders, AC, Fully loaded,
Good condition, left hand drive
_ Tel:.341-8954 Cell: 636-4687 or 426-1110

2003 FORD ESCAPE, XLT
Red with beige interior
$16,500.00
Excellent condition, power everything, CD
player, AC, power locks, low mileage,

factory alarm. Cell: 466-3408









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34

2004 NISSAN SENTRA,
low miles, alarm system, keyless entry, AC,
complete power packge, cruise control, tilt wheel
AM/FM radio with CD player, dual air bags. New
tires with balancing & alignment. Car has been
detailed in and out.

$16,800.00
Tel: 351-1656 or 242-376-2226











57
2005 TOYOTA CAMRY LX RIB #973 RIB #983

Champagne with tan interior, 2001 CHEVY IMPALA
4 door, poy 13 K miles. Brand new condition Gold with tan interior
MEO GOOHO. $10,500.00 or $8,500.00 without rims
Tel: 392-2082 Cell: 427-9042 eae start, Excellent condition
‘ , ell: 423-3773 or 426-9727










2006 TOYOTA COROLLA
Champaigne with grey interior, 4 door, with tints
& CD player. Excellent condition,
License & insured until Dec 2007.
$19,000.00 ONO
Tel: 364-0056 Cell: 455-4051









RIB #984
































TRIB #966
cc 1997 Black S-500 Sedan
1998 HONDA CIVIC RIB #977 44.000 Miles, good

RIB #937 Silver with grey interior 1998 NISSAN SUNNY UU 19g

1994 NISSAN LAUREL $5,500.00 Gray ile grey interior abel 4
(24 valve erred) Bacy ln excefent condition See Se Pre playel, Excellent running condition, interior like new, $04,750. 5 ‘ONO

: : te icense & inspection included. ’ .
Asking $2500.00 ONO Tel: 364-2217 Cell: 525-5300 Contact Wilton Russell Please call 322-4187

Call: 362-1395 or 456-9249 ‘ 356-4902 Cell: 425-2825


































RIB #967 SS :
RIB #996 1998 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE, COUPE B #980 Se
Silver with grey interior. $4500.00 RIB #985

-1-1997 Volkswagen Golf,




2 door, clean, standard shift, engine runs 4 door sedan







Auto, fee ay one and excellent, AC cold. $19,000.00 OBO 1999 HONDA ACCORD, EX
Pp ono ALSO 1996 MITSUBISHI 300 GT Like new Just in time for Christmas, V6, Green with tan leather interior, 2 door
VU... $7800.00 ONO Clean just service, cold Ac, factory audio system with $7,500.00 OBO
Please call 424-0035 1998 DODGE RAM $10,000.00 CD, wood grain, low miles, ask for Torry sunroof, power everything, 45,000 miles.

Call Prime 552-8272/323-5196 or 356-3953 Tel: 341-2338 Cell: 434-0882 or 341-4860 cell 556-2378 or 392-0507

RIB #145



Ae Pin barbies teeeonte
old with tan leather interior

ATE Tee. ICK SKYLAR fi SSa Exoatlont cc dition, full
1992 BUICK SKYL K Just in from \, Excellent condition, fully
: . . : loaded, factory CD & DVD player, cold AC,
Silver with charcoal interior remote control doors, just serviced, 12,000 miles
$2500 or best offer only!! Seven seater. Fiancing available, Serious
: = inquiries only, Excellent for a Taxil!!

Tel: 535-4445 Tel: 341-1224 Cell: 427-9090

RIB #987 ] ] 1991 LEXUS LS 400

2000 FORD EXPLORER, GOLD White and grey
alarm, AC, sound system, soy good condition $6,800.00

$7,800.00 OB Fs
Tel: 393-2863 cell: 565-1738 or 326-1161 iment Seen yee. cleat

* Tel: 324-0335 Cell: 424-1615



RIB #989
1999 FORD EXPEDITION,

EDDIE BAUER RIB #990







2000 FORD F150 XLT RIB #997






Sonics aresn pat leather Interonleatiey seats, RIB aS dai HONDA PRELUDE: COUPE
4x4, changer, 3rd row seat, Alloy wheels, power .
Oe recatloaded:. e Black with black leather interior 4X4, ang ARCA a 2000 LAND ROVER DISCOVERY
clean INSIDE & OUT, coid AC, power everything, yreppacea ! 4 eee ied i GOLD AC, STEP BARS, SUNVISORS, Original, Black with tan interior.
AM/FM Stereo, dle Tact te etre crip en BILLET GRILLE, CHROME ACCESSORIES. $13,000.00 ONO

running boards exhaust muffler headers, willing to trade for automatic |
Price at $10,500.00 fora quick sale.°C% i HCL OT | | Mee WON tee ween Oo
Call Prima 552-8272 or 323-5196 | Tel: 362-2843 Cell: 454-5765

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CAUL PRIME 55258280; 866-3959 OBBEDSEIHLT | 1 | Cell: 436-SORR5 92: ‘obe Xe 29
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RIB #991
1996 MERCURY SABLE
White with grey interior
0

Excellent condition, AC, power everything
Tel: 328-1338 Cell: 556-3017

Sa

RIB #136
1999 NISSAN ALTIMA
Sky blue with grey leather interior
$5,400.00 ONO
Clean, AC, CD player, sunroof, Good condition
Tel: 361-1294 Cell: 395-5990 or 636-2901

1997 Toyota Windom,
excellent condition, great price, need to see to
appreciate, serious inquiries only!!!
Call 356-4892



RIB #971
ALE

FOR S.

35’ FISHING BOAT FIBERGLASS
Make Loren Quin with 3208 catpillar and
generator Isuzu: 8 2 KW freeze good working
order: freeze hole 2,500 bls disel. 500 gallon
water 70 gallons
$55,000 ONO
Tel: 394-1671 (hm) Cell: 427-4573
_ Boat well kept,



RIB #992

1998 HONDA ACCORD
Dark green with tan interior, 4 door, CD player,

standard shift, AC, power window & door,
Original rims. Excellent condition,
One owner, fully loaded
Asking $7,500.00
Tel: 341-0350 Cell: 535-0947

2000 FORD TAURUS Ms
Silver with black interior. Good condition, AC,
AM/FM cassette factory rims.
$5,500.00 OBO
Serious inquiries only
Tel: 362-0866

BBF #289
2002 Pontiac sunfire,
AC, very clean, 34,000 miles, price $8,000
Call 357-8477

| 2000 TOYOTA COROLLA 1.6 XL
Dark blue with grey interior. Excellent
condition, 35,700 miles, AC
Automatic transmission, Only driven
by cautious owner, Full alarm system
Asking $8,500.00

Tel: 364-7297 cell: 525-2244

RIB #931
23ft ABACO SKIFF
hull only with center console, bimini top, trailer.
Already modified for I/O diesel sterndrive.
$12,000.00 - O.N.O.
Serious inquiries only. Tel: 362-2049



1994 LEXUS ES 300 SPORTS
Black with tan interior, Immaculate head turner,
powerful engine, runs great, Looks better.
Only $8,000.00 OBO
Won't last, call today 535-5768 or 436-3488
Licensed & insured.

RIB #137
2002 CHEVY S-10 TRUCK
Gold with grey interior
$8,000.00 ONO
2.2 Engine 5 speed
Tel: 341-3033 after 59m
Cell: 557-8299

1995 Silverado Ex Cab,
AC, very clean
$8,000
Call 357-8477



NE
8A
2- 2004 Yamaha 300hp HPDI
Outboard Motors.
call 393-6112 for information
Ask for BILLY.

RIB #850 :
25’ BOSTON WHALER
2 engine, frozen. No charge
$17,800.00 OBO
Tel: 364-2202 or 424-5844



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RIB #132 :
1996 HONDA CRV
Grey with grey interior, 4 door SUV
$8,500.00 ONO
Silver with body kit, cold AC, low miles,
clean in and out ;
Cell: 424-3112 or 454-9000

RIB #115

1995 NISSAN LUCINO
Red, dark titanium tints, 17” chrome rims,
Good condition, pioneer CD player & speakers,
Alarm system, AC & automatic windows, muffler
tip, low mileage. Excellent deal, call to see
Cell: 434-1866 or 434-2761

#143
FIVE STAR SIX HOLE UNIVERSAL
Rims with tyres for sale tyres almost new
$1200.00 ONO Ask for Millrer, perfect for all
GMC vehicles (SUV's)
2005 YELLOW CHEVY Colorado for sale
$28,000.00 or $26,500.00 without rims ONO
Tel: 392-1317 Cell: 484-0460 464-0525



BBF #291 :
23FT Criscraft with trailer,
2002 yamaha engine, extra 20003 yamaha
engine , price $11,000
Call 362-4714 (h) or 455-7482 ( cell)

56
ENGINE ONLY FOR SALE
Twin Johnson 140 HP O/B
throttles & guages included
$4,000.00 ONO
Tel: 424-4978 or 393-0100






480
44' F/G Live Lobster Boats
Year: 2002 :
Speed 22 kts Hyd fee puller, Hyundai
‘(360

P);
PRICE: $45,000.00
Ask for John
Flee) 784-5982
F(321) 784-6902
WWW-shipsusa.com John @ shipsusa.com




39
2001 K AWASAKI ZR7,
like new, xpat leaving island
Price $4,500.00
Call 424-3164

CELLULER PHONES FOR
SALE

V-220- $180.00
Pebl- $265
(blk,pnk, babyblue)

Slvr- $185.00 (blk,pnk)
Razr- $250.00(blk, Pink)
Razr V3x- $490.00 (Pink)

Large chocolate
$500.00 (black)

Cell 456-0935

BBF #267
ASSORTED STUN GUNS FOR SALE ,
Call for price, 325-1177

ALL GAMES
H Less than. $75.00
H Splinter Cell Double
Agent
Phantasy star
D.B.Z Tenkaichi 2
Socom 3
Final Fantasy X11
Over 400 use PS2
Game $20.00

Tel: 323-0775

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Yamaha 200 Hp, float on trailer,
$12,500,
Call: 361-2867 or 455-1381
Ask for Ronald











LOW PRICES CELLPHONES 535-7040
This Month feature phones __ Total pa’
Pebel u6 (colour) .................. BOTS is cccsmsaxgoscsseavviey

sas $175...

1999 YAMAHA YZF R1 MOTORCYCLE
Chrome wheels, serviced regularly,
$4500.00
Great running bike $15,500 miles
Call Dorian 424-8038 or 364-2051









. $265...

MP3 L7 (all)... .$260... ..$320
Razr V3 ( pink).. . $245... ..$340
Razr V3 ( black)...........:0eeceeee $230... ..$310
$330... $425

scat ..-$470
















order.

offices

BROKEN CONSOLES?
XBox, playstation 2, unlock past word.
Call Me “J” 454-1507



X BOX 360
Games all under
$75.00
Game Cube Games-
Naruto 2- Day of
Reckonive 2 Price of
Persia- NBA Live 07,
NFS Carbon over
200 use game cube
game $20.00 ea

Tel: 323-0775

eLEVhLA Tea haG REASER EOE $400...

Blackberry 8700................6 Aah $475.... .
Every Friday Tenth caller receives 25% off cell phone with 2 purchase



.. $370...
oy GATOL a a
2204; APIO D ceoi es cannes nina de ewnnsiees $649

. $600... ...Call for info
ah aah data, rend Call for info

special Siemens A71.............ccceccee $99.99***
complete Accessory Kit with each phone
Special orders welcome, discount to banks + business

TRIB #800
SATELLITE TV ON PC AND LAPTOP
Watch NBA TV, Movie Channels,
Worldwide Televison Networks
1,000 Television Channels Streaming through your
Internet, More Channels than your local cable and

providers can give you.
NO MONTHLY PAYMENTS
ONE TIME PAYMENTOF $50.00
Call Now 328-6935 or 465-4633

FOR SALE BRAND NEW

19” Brook Sonic TV $180.00

25" Sharpe TV $320.00

5° Portable DVD $175.00
7° Portable DVD $200.00

Sony Car CD player $160.00

Twin 3 CD Stereo $105.00

Coby Portable CD Player $65.00
Olympus 5.0 Digital Camera and printer $300.00
3.0MP Digital Camera $175.00
Coby Home DVD Player $75.00
Cordless Phone with answering machine $65.00
300 Watt Sony Xplode 10” Subwoofers $90.00
700 Watt Kenwood 10” Subwoofers $115.00
Portable CD Player $25.00
Sportscraft Turbo air hockey table $750.00,
Bob the builder ride on toy $260.00.
Coby home theatre system $210.00.
Brooksonic 19” Television $170.00
JVC 32” flat screen television $500.00
Please call 477-6184

ALL PSP GAMES
$75 or less
Lumines -Vice
City Stories
Splinter Cell- Carbon
Gun Showdown- 50
Need for Speed
Capcom
Madden 07-
Smackdown 07
Scarface- Ultimate
Alliance

Tel: 323-0775




















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2004 KAWASAKI ZX-10RR Black
$7,900.00 ONO
0-100 mph in 1st gear, faster production bike in
its class. All black with gold accessories
Tel: 394-5791 Cell: 535-7958










V60i 166 razr v2! y
$75.00 $75.00 $230.0 $130. 00

a BS e8

SlverL7 L6 — -v400 = Matopeb!
$260.00 $180.00 $140.00 $260.00



MICROSOFT ZUNE

(MP3 Player) 30GB

FM Rapid 3 Inch Lcd
screen
$365.95

ER

Tel: 328-6160

IBBF #271

BRAND NEW, Pentium
-4, 3.0 GHz Computer, 512 MB RAM Windows-XP
Professional, Office 2003, 17” monitor, window case,
3d graphics, HiDef Audio, 160GB Drive, 52-in-1 card
reader, DVD+RW burner, keyboard, mouse, speakers
and software bundle, price $925.00
Call 424-1480

DELL/COMPAQ
Internet Ready Computer system
$499.00 1GH2-1-3GH2 windows XP Ms office,
games anti virus
Cell: 422-5499
THE TRIBUNE




TRIB #822

Supplier/Manufacturer
Finder Services

Digital MP4 Players & FM

Transmitters
Flat Panel Televisions
Laptops/Notebooks
Prices better than US!
Digital Touch Screen
MP4 Players $140.00

Laptops as low as
$1,050.50.00

Tel:(242) 426-8094
or
(242)-465-8559

42” Flat Panel
HD LCD

Tel:(242)426-
8094

. or
(242)-465-8559

Email:newleveltech @ coralwave.com

www.newleveltechbahamas.com
Call Tooday!

RIB #871
SKATE SHOES FOR SALE
9.95

All sizes available. Call 465-7882

NEED FOR SPEED
Carbon $84.95
Final fantasy $84.95
Marvel Ultimate
Alliance $84.95
Naruto Uzamaki
Chronacles $84.95
Superman return

. $84.95
NBA live 07

$74.95
Tel 328-6160

SLIM 10lb WEIGHT
SELLING AT US PRICES $500.00
NEW IN BOX
Tel:328-6935 Cell: 427-0108

NEED FOR SPEED
Carbon $84.95
Final fantasy $84.95
Marvel Ultimate
Alliance $84.95
Naruto Uzamaki
Chronacles $84.95
Superman return
$84.95
NBA live 07
$74.95
Tel 328-6160

NEED FOR SPEED
§ Carbon $84.95
Final fantasy $84.95
Marvel Ultimate
Alliance $84.95
Naruto Uzamaki
Chronacles $84.95
Superman return
$84.95
NBA live 07
$74.95
Tel 328-6160

TRIB #956
PLAYSTATION 2 Controllers,
and X Box games, going cheap!!! PSP
Movies also available.
Price starts at $20.00
Audio control epicenter bass restoration
device for $200. Pr of BMW 61/2 car
speaker for $60.00.
. Tel: 341-7997 Cell: 535-6777

NEW TYRES
13” $54.99, 14” 64.00, 15” 74.00, 16” 129.99,
17” 99.99,, 18” 149.99, 20” 250.00,
22” 449.99
Wholesale and retail prices,
Special on low profile tyres

call: 356-2109/326-2593














RIB #890
NINTENDO WII $700.0-0
PS2 $239:95
XBox $219.95
XBox 360 $749.95
Gamecube $189.95
Playstation Portable $369.95
Nintendo DS $239.95
PS3 with one game $2,300.00
Tel: 328-6160

GEARS OF WAR
God Hand

Capcom Vs SNK 2

Grand Theft Auto:
Liberty City Stories

Tel: 328-6160

SMACKDOWN VS
RAW 2007

Final Fantasy XIl

Superman Returns

Smackdown vs raw
2007

Need for speed:
Carbon

Tel: 328-6160

NSS
RIB #808
BODY PART’S
For -Altima, Accord, Maxima, Civic, Head lamp,
Head fender, Tail lamp, Bumper lower ,
Bumper bar, Etc
2002 CHEVY IMPALA
Black with tan interior
$11.800.00
Cell:454-7111



THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 2007, PAGE 35



BUDOKAI
TENKAICHI 2

NBA 2K7

Splinter Cell Double
Agent

Kingdom Hearts Il
Pimp My Ride
Tel: 328-6160

SCARFACE

Phantasy star
Universe

Valyrie Profile 2
Bully

Spy Hunter: |.
No where to run

Tel: 328-6160

STREET FIGHTERS
Anniversary

Capcom Classic
Collection 2

Justice League
Heroes

Street 2
Eragon

Tel: 328-6160

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5 PIECE BEDROOM
SET

For Sale (Beige)
Night stands has a
marble top
$3,000.00
Ask for Nicole
Marocean bed set
$2500.00

Cell: 422-6418

For Sale 20 inches chrome rims
for only $1200.00
(2) 10 inches pioneer speakers 700 watts
each for only’ $150.00
(1) silver pansat 3500 for only $200.00

Tel: 322-1654 Cell: 454-2160
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PARADISE

PREAL ESTATE

Renaissance. East 2236- 12
Elegantly appointed
townhouses, featuring custom
kitchens, granite countertops,
central a/c, recessed lighting,

spacious - master suite,
community | and more!
Starting at $249,000

Ocean Place, P.I. 2233- Ultra-
elegant 2 and 3 bedroom
condominiums situated in a
state of the art, newly
constructed: high rise building
offering the finest finishes,
services and views __ that
Paradise Island has to offer.
Boat slips available! Starting
from ‘$899,500 Call for more
details or to arrange a‘tour!

Ocean Club Residences and
Marina- Paradise Island’s
most prestigious residence.
First 2 buildings sold.out! Don't
miss this unique CE
Starting at $1,850, Call for
details!

Marbella 1256- Brand new,
state of the art, 5/5.5 home with
European fixtures, custom
_everything, generator, large
pool and patio, amazing views
and more! Truly one of a kind!
$1,750,000

Sandyport 2235- Nicely furn.
3/2.5 waterfront condo. High
end finishes and fixtures, wrap

around veranda, boat slip,
beach access and more!
$585,000

: -Lots-
Sandyport 4174- Watercolour

Cay lots, 2 available. Starting
at 000
Indigo 4172- SF lot with

elevations over 50’ in gated
community. $239,000

Yuma Estates 4168- Single
and Multi family fots in new,
ated communi





in the west.
rting at

$90,
Old Fort Bay 4162- The
largest lot remaining at Canal
Beach! .4 acres with 75’ of

Ocea
single and multifamily
near development boom! Don't

miss out! Call for nee '
ulti family

Westwinds 6019C-
lots starting at $100,000

Exclusive Lubber’s Quarters,
Abaco 8047-

~ 1 lot left, 90 x 126
with dock and beach access.
$69,900

error inhibit response,

LIGHTBOURN REALTY

Nassau —

Coral Harbour, Triplex lots.
$99,000. #5886

Coral Harbour, residential lot,
9,388 sq. ft. $89,900.00. #5382
Coral Harbour, fiveplex lot
11,428 sq. ft. $125,000.00.
#5381

South Ocean Estates, duplex
lot 11,700 sq. ft. $105,000.00.

#5471

South Ocean: Estates,
residential lot 11,700 sq. ft.
$99,500.00. #5471

Venice Bay, 100 x_ 100,
Residential, Easy _ finance
terms. No bank needed.

#1122

West Bay St., Indigo, single
family, 7,200 sq. ft.

$150,000.00. $5385

Yuma Estates, residential and
multi-family, start $90,000.
#5849

Coconut Grove, 6,200 sq. ft,
$95,000. #5893

QOut Islands
Cat Island, 2 lots, 6,000 sq. ft.
each. $59,900 for both. #5867
Exuma, Bahama Sound #5
East, 9,600 sq. ft. $11,000.00.
#5853

Exuma, Bahama Sound
Ocean Front lot, $165,000.
#5862

Exuma, Approx. 1/2 acre and
up. From $36,432. Owner
financing. #5568

Eleuthera Island Shores,
ocean view lot, 9,600 sq. ft.
$20,000.00. #5642

Eleuthera, Rainbow Bay,
ocean lot, 9,600 sq. :

$62,500.00. #5673
Eleuthera, Whale Point, large
encore ct $25,000.00.

63!
Eleuthera, Rainbow Bay, Sea
Views, 14,000 sq. ft. $35,000.
#5869

Eleuthera, near Cotton Bay
Club, 1 Acre each $60,000.
#5813
Rock Sound, Knowles Hill,
15,362 sq. ft. $22,500.00.
#5697

Great Harbour Cay. 100’
Beach lot. $250,000. #5482
Great Harbour Cay. Sea view
lot. $35,000. #5487.

Indigo, residential lot, ocean
views, 7,200 sq. ft $234,000.
#5875

indigo, residential lot, 7,582 sq.
ft, $182,000. #5705

Long Island, Stella Maris,
12,650 sq. ft. $17,000.00.
#5744

San Salvador, Nr. N. Victoria
Hill, beach front, 16,600 sq. ft.
$150,000. $5840

Tel: 393-

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REALTY

EST. 1978 er
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‘SVE RARAMIAN PO

HOMES
DICK’S POINT —- OFF
EASTERN ROAD 3 Bed 2 Bath
on large enclosed lot
$420,000.00

GROVE HOUSE: 3 bed, 2 bath
home with beautiful pool and
covered patio in a_ tropically



landscaped garden.
$450,000.00
CAMPERDOWN HOUSE:

Spacious 4,577 sq. ft., 4 bed, 3
bath home, recently renovated
kitchen with Kitchen Aid
appliances, alarm system and 3
car gara n large
enclosi $475,000.00

COMMERCIAL DOWNTOWN:
Commercial Building for sale.
Ideal as 4 separate offices.
$795,000.00

OCEANVIEW HOME - WEST:
4 bed, 2.5 bath home. Large
living/dining combo,
office with spectacular view of
the sea and Island. Enclosed
courtyard overlooking
swimming pool. Covered
carport with private driveway.
$1,200,000.00

OCEAN FRONT - WEST BAY
STREET Gorgeous 3 Bed 3 1/2
Bath Ocean Front Home.
Home located in a gated
community with swimming pool
and covered patio.
$1,155,000.00

CANAL FRONT -
SANDYPORTBrand New 3
Bed, 3 Bath canal front home,

°
lot.

which — features _—_ elaborate
Bahamian architectural details,
top-of-the-line finishes,

including granite countertops,
hardwood flooring, high

ceilings, and lots more. Fromj Co

the private verandah one has a
clear view of the mosaic
finished swimming pool / dock
and gazebo. $1,400,000.00

OCEAN FRONT - WEST BAY
STREET Tranquil Beachfront
home consisting _of
Bedrooms, 3.5 Bath with
oceanfront patio and pool deck.
$1,800,000.00

OCEAN FRONT — EASTERN
ROAD Lovely 4 Bed 4 Bath
Elevated Waterfront Home with
Montague Bay on one side
canal with Boathouse on the
other. Located in the exclusive
gated community of ‘Little
Hermitage’. Home comes
unfurnished with staff quarters
and 3 car garage.
$2,990,000.00

JACK ISAACS

REAi. ESTATE
CALL TODAY: 322-1069
Ee 395-6650 or 424-6685
info@bahamasproperty.com

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REAL KS FAIS

Houses

Ryswick-unfur. 2,452 sq.ft. 3
bed. 2 1/2 bath, Ig. kitchen
and double garage.16,000
gallon water cistern. $520,000.

Victoria Court-
located. 1 bed, 1
apartment with pool
security. $175,000.

Dodge Road- Newly renovated
4 bed 3 bath. Central A/C.
Large storage, utility and 1/2
bath. $475,000

Gleniston Gardens- 2597
sq.ft. 3 bed, 3 bath on large
enclosed 12,750 sq.ft property.
Living, dining, fam. rooms and
office. Central a/c $374,000.

Central
bath
and

Fam. Islands

Berry Islands- Gt. Harbour
Cay — Waterfront lot 100 x 140
near entrance to the Bay of 5
Pirates. $75,000.

Abaco — Lubbers. Waterfront.
9+ acre tract. $1m.

Eleuthera- Near Greg
Town. 2 hilltop lots with
pees views of Atlantic

an. 80 x 120. $50,000 or
$30,000 ech.

Near Gregory Town — Main
highway 80 x 300. $65,000.

ory

Long Island — Crystal Lake
Park, Salt Pond. Resd. Lot 100
x 130. $30,000. ,

Hamilton’s — Resd. Lot 100 x].

270. $30,000.
Exuma- Roker’s Pt.- West of
Four Seasons. Elevated

overlooking Marina 1.998 acres
with electricity. $770,000.

ttage Estates - 1.435 acre
waterfront property. $485,000.

Bahama Sound No. 6 — 10,000
sq.ft. lots. $35,000 ech.

Hoopers Bay - Main Rd. 800
sq.ft. building on ? acres of

4] land. Ideal for office or rental

prop. $364,000.
Blue Sky Real Estate

at
394-1664

FOR SALE BY OWNER
FAITH AVENUE
2-bed/2-bath House with
1-bed/1-bath Efficiency
$149,950.00

TEL 361-2186. .

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OUT EAST MULTI-FAMILY
LOT, in private subdivision,

on the beach, zoned for
8 units, 2 completed.
Asking $495,000 Net.
Contact 324-3908.



LAND FOR SALE
EXUMA
1/2 acres - $45,000

Tel 359-0904

LOTS FOR SALE
Near the Cotton Bay Club
and Jack's Bay
ELEUTHERA, BAHAMAS
1 Acre $55,000,

10 Acres 500,000
20 Acres $2.2M

Contact
Michael Coakley 242-325-
7932
or Email: michael coakley
@hotmail.com

TWYNAM HEIGHTS,

EAST HOUSE FOR SALE
3-BED, 2-BATH, A/C.
Lot 1,900sq ft
$294,000 ono.
Tel:357-7006, 364-1441

GLENVENO’S MARKET
PLACE
PHONE 356-0894

DUPLEX PACKAGES
2-bed, 2-bath owner's side
. 2-bed, 1-bath rented side
$190,000.
5% Down Payment

HOUSE PACKAGE
GOLDEN GATES
8-bed, 2-bath
Carport and utility room

: $170,000
5% Down Payment.
PHONE 356-0894

dt
JACK ISAACS

REALTY



Beachfront Home, Cable
Beach- Beautiful 4 bed, 4.5
bath home on_private white
sandy beach. Fully furnished
and newly renovated, Modern
kitchen _ with granite
countertops, home theater and
rivate office/family room. 1

ed detached cottage.
Swimming pool, __ covered
verandas and patio offer

exquisite oceanfront outdoor
living. $3.6 million

JACK ISAACS

REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY: 322-1069
EVE: 395-6650 or 424-6685
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2007, PAGE 37

Coretta Owen
457-3092

For Rent
$2,500 - Seabeach condo
2bed, 2.5baths furnish

$2,300- Sanford Dr. condo
2bed, 2.5 bath furnish

$3,200- Sanford Dr. condo
3bed, 2.5 bath furnish

$1,600 - Seabreeze condo
2bed, 2.5bath furnish

$3,700 - Sandyport
2bed, 2.5bath furnish condo

$5,000 - Port New Providence
condo 3bed, 3.5 bath furnish

Real Estate

$399,000 - Coral Lakes
home — 3bed, 2.5 bath

$289,000 - Seabeach
2 bed, 2.5 bath townhouse

$180,000 - Nassau East
2 bed, 2.5bath townhouse







$95,000 - Nassau East
1 bed, 1 bath townhouse

Vacant Land

$600,000 - Bamboo Town
4.692 acres

$430,000 - Sandyport -
Kingfisher :
$104,000 - Carmichael! Road
103x1 15x85x59

$94,500 - Terra Nova
multi family lots

$88,600 - Terra Nova
multi family lots

$73,000 - Vesey Street 50x100
(open zoning)

VICTORIA COURTS
Downtown gated with pool.
ey els

Furnished effici
a/c. and cable r
$779.000.0€

ORIS SYMMONETT
325-8280. Eve. 325-1961

HUBERT S MCKENZIE
” ESTATE
3 bed, 2 W/2 bath, private car

garage. Gated community sea
breeze lane

$195,000.00

OWN OR INVEST

in a piece of the home of the
Pineapple Fest!

For Sale by Owner
Gregory Town, Eleuthera 3-
bedrooms, 1 bath house on
prime lot, $95,000 ono Neg.
364-5859.
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REAL ESTATE

www.erabahamas.com

HOMES/APARTMENTS/
CONDOS/COMMERCIAL

3929 St. Albans _ Drive:
Apartment complex with four 2
bed, 2 bath apartments. Well
and City Water. Enclosed
property, adequate paved
parking, anda

storage shed. $450,000.

3826 Windsor Estates:
Beautiful elevated 4 bed home
with fabulous living areas,
pickled wood ceilings, recessed
lighting, central’ A/C, pool and
deck area. $930, 000.

3980 Sans Souci: This semi-

furnished 3 bed 2 bath home
features central A/C, a fully
equipped kitchen, laundry room
and a patio. $320,000.

3995 Renaissance East: This
new complex located in the
eastern part of New Providence
offers twelve 2 bed 2.5 bath

townhomes. Great features!
$249,000.
3908 Shirley _ Street:

Commercial building situated in
a high traffic area. Its central
location makes this 10800 sq. ft
warehouse and retail space
perfect for any starting or
already established business.
$1,510,000.

3928 Blair: Spacious 4 bed
home with a covered carport,
storage shed, central A/C units,
new roof and a large fenced in
lush backyard. $525,000.

3965 Sandyport: Nice 4 bed
town-home on the canal with
tiled and carpet flooring, bay
window and covered patio.
Unfurnished. $694,000.

3939 Grant's Town:
Investment Opportunity! J
Apartment building that

consists of 3-1 bed, 1 bath
upstairs units, a 2 bed, 1 bath
.unit and shop space with a
bathroom downstairs.
$300,000.

CALL
ERA Dupuch Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
Fax: (242) 394-1453
‘Info@erabahamas.com
www.erabahamas.com

SELLING
BUYING
or Just in Need of an
Appraisal
Call

328-2001
LANDMARK REALTY
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OUT ISLAND PROPERTIES

3987 Flamingo Bay: Lovely
half acre lot with deeded beach
access. $55,000.00

20041 Russell Island: 2 plots of
land in Eleuthera. Utilities are
available. 0.176 acres. at
$90,000 and 0.379 acres at
$240,000. Both for $310,000.

3948 Long Island: Single
family lot (90 x 129) located
within the Stella Maris
community. $28,000.

3804 Eleuthera: 11.97 acres
ideal for commercial, retail or
residential subdivision. 200 ft.
on the highway and 2243 ft.
deep. $360,000.

3924 Simms Long Island: 1.5
acres of Waterfront property in
Doctor’s Creek. $425,000.

2809 - Green Turtle Cay: 1.5
acres on gorgeous ocean
beach with 135 feet of frontage
and great elevations. Last
available piece in this area.
$850,000.

3979 Bahama Sound: Lovely

waterfront lot in Exuma with 86.

ft. of rocky shoreline. Just 5
minutes from Georgetown.
$180,000.

3963 Sweetings Tract: 35 lots
located in a very nice area of
Marsh Harbour. Access to the
water with a small beach which
looks over to Hope Town and
Lubbers. Starting at $55,000.

3983 Flamingo Bay: Beautiful
Cat Island beachfront lots for
sale with private beach.
Endless possibilities.
$110,000.00

3694 Governors Harbour:
Residential lot 10800 sq. ft.
(100x108). $47,600.

CALL
ERA Dupuch Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
Fax: (242) 394-1453
info@erabahamas.com
www.erabahamas.com

LOT FOR SALE
65 x110, Cowpen Rd. $60,000.
Contact Ms Morrison,
Cell 456-6992.

_ KOOL ACRES

Approx 60x100.
Lot enclosed, private Subd.
72,000.

Phone 324-6007.



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NASSAU LOTS

3625 High Point Estates:
Containing a total of 107
multifamily (duplex and triplex)
lots. — Utilities going in place
now. Single Family Lots starting
at 7517 sq. ft. for $110,000.
Duplex Lots starting at 7500 sq.
ft. for $94,000 and Triplex Lots
starting at 8500 sq. ft. for
$105,000.

3994 Westridge: Multi-family
lots available in developing

area. Starting at $159,000-
$249,000.
3999 Charlotteville: This 8,253

sq. ft. property is located in an
upscale gated community. Club

house, pool, and tennis
court.$189,000
3951 Tusculum: Elevated

single family ocean view lot
(18200 sq. ft.) located in the

Tusculum Subdivision.
$480,000.

3975 Coral Harbour: Single
family lots located in Coral
Breeze Estates. This
subdivision features

underground utilities and two
parks. $ 950,000.00

3974 Coral Harbour:
Duplex/Townhouse lots located
in Corak Breezes Estates. This
subdivision features
underground utilities and two
parks. $ 99,500.00

3971 Indigo: This hilltop lot is
located in a new subdivision in
the Western District, and offers
partial ocean views. $227,000.

3954 Saffron Hill: A
developing west end
subdivision near the. ocean.
Single family lots are between
7,000 and 10,000 sq. ft.
$175,000.

CALL
ERA Dupuch Real Estate
Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
Fax: (242) 394-1453
info@erabahamas.com
www.erabahamas.com

HOUSE FOR SALE
By Owner
2 storey Spanish style

house,
4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths,
uiet area.
$385,000 Net.
Close to everything.
359-0904, 393-4476.



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EST, 1945,

FOR SALE

Ocean Club- Estates” -
Beautiful elevated 28,000 sq.
ft. beachfront lot with 147 feet
on Cabbage Beach, a very
desirable location. World class

golf, Beach Club.
US$5,900,000.

Ocean Club Estates - Golf
course lot 29,621 sq. ft.

$1,800,000.

Old Fort Bay - Canalfront lot
with dockslip; 60 feet on the
canal and 230 feet deep. All
utilities in place, ready to build.
Gated community. $625,000.

Sandyport - Canal lot, 55
feet on the water, 7,188 sq. ft.
Ready to build. Gated

community. $425,000.

Ocean Club Estates - Luxury
4 bed 5 bath golf course home
with study, Infinity pool, great
views. US$4,650,000.

Paradise Island -
Mediterranean style 3rd_ floor
Penthouse. Fabulous views, 3
bedrooms with ensuite baths.
Dock for up to a 40 ft.
boat. US$1,425,000.

Seapointe - Beachfront 3 bed 3
bath townhouse. Swimming
pool & cabana, Tennis & Beach
Club. Marina with dockage.
Gated community. Reduced
$675,000. BEST VALUE.

Sandyport - Colonial 2 storey
residence with 96 feet of water
frontage on the best lot in
Sandypon, with great views of

Lagoon Beach. Spacious
Master suite, working
fireplace, 2 guest

suites. $1,950,000.

Royall Beach Estates - Lovely
3 bedroom 2 bath condo on the
beach. Airy and_ spacious
rooms and spectacular ocean
views. Gated community with
Infinity pool. $850,000.

Lyford Cay - Elegant,
luxuriously appointed 3-
bedroom 3.5-bath condominium

.| with spectacular sea views.

Keyed elevator, entry foyer,
main living salon and separate
dining. iry and spacious
master suite, two guest suites,
covered terrace with
magnificent views: Concierge
service, pool, Jacuzzi, fitness
centre, manicured gardens and
putting green. Offered at

Telephone:
322-2305, 359-0145 or
324-1197 evenings
Lyford Office: 362-4211



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ealty Ww

EST. 1945



FOR SALE

Lyford Cay - Charming single
storey 3,300-square-foot home
offers lovely views of the golf
course. Vaulted ceilings,
travertine floors, 4 bedrooms, 4
baths and galley style kitchen,
breakfast area. Master suite
with den/dressing room, Master
bath with tub and separate
shower. Swimming pool, 2-car
garage and landscaped _half-
acre lot. Offered at
US$1,799,000.

Lyford Cay - Luxury estate
with 152 feet on the canal and
wide open views. The 10,426-
square-foot main house has 4
bedrooms with ensuite baths
plus a 1-bedroom apartment.
Dramatic 30-foot atrium,
European marble floors, marble
baths, 2-car garage, 25-metre
lap pool, .Caterpillar generator
and more. The 50-foot x 20-
foot dock can accommodate up
to a 120-foot yacht in the deep
water canal. Call for details.

Lyford Cay- Beachfront 1.8-
acre estate defines tropical
elegance. Discreetly situated,
this 5,530 square foot. villa
exudes serenity. Breathtaking

views of Clifton Bay,
sumptuous interiors, granite
countertops and floors,

expansive Master suite and
guest quarters. Live-in staff
quarters, generator, water-
maker and _ filtration system.
Call for details.

Vista Bella - Contemporary
style seaside gated building on
Cable Beach. Ocean view
furnished 2 bed 2. bath

condominium. Crystal clear
ocean views and _ privacy.
US$535,000.

Caves Point - Oceanfront 3
bed 3 bath condominium.
Gated community.
US$865,000. et

Royall Beach Estates - Lovely
3 bedroom 2 bath condo on the
beach. Airy and spacious
rooms and spectacular ocean
views. Gated community with
Infinity pool. $850,000.

Exuma Private Island - 681-
acres with private airstrip, 2
docks, main residence,
caretaker's cottage, staff
apartment building and
workshop. Call for details.

Telephone:
322-2305, 359-0145 or
324-1197 evenings
Lyford Office: 362-4211

THE TRIBUNE

~~ ALLIED REALTY
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Homes and Apartments

0506 Camperdown. Newly
renovated 4bed S3bath family
home new _ stainless _ steel
appliances.$465,000.

0566 Coral Harbour. Executive
8bed 2.5bath home on large
landscaped lot. 2car garage
and electronic gate. $380,000.

0501 Clearview. Nice 5bed
3.5bath hillside. home with sea
views. $650,000.

0549 Stapledon. Duplex with
2bed ibath in each unit nicely
furnished. $290,000.

0533 Coral Harbour. Duplex
Townhouse with 2bed 2.5bath
in each unit and large open
attic. $389,000.

0512 Coral Harbour.
Investment property 3
apartments on canal front lot.
$425,000.

0508 Boatswain. Brand new
townhouse featuring 2bed
2.5bath and tiled __ floors.
$195,000.

0513 Coral Harbour. 2bed
2.5bath townhouse in quiet
area. $205,000.

0515 Nautica. Brand new 3bed
2.5bath townhouses in gated

community starting at
$475,000.

V. Land: :

0506 Westwind. Gated
community in Love Beach
single family lot. $95,000
duplex tots $100,000.

0573 Southwest Ridge. Single
family lot with lakeviews .9
acre. $215,000. Steal it today.

0504 Jacaranda. Single family
lots in gated community near
Old Fort Bay. $150,000.

0559 Coral Harbour. Single
family lot 90x 100. $90,000.
0553 Gladstone Rd.
Commercial i acre. $300,000.

0510 South Ocean. Gated
community ae single family
lots $94,500 Multi-family lots
$105,000.

pee Yuma. only family lots
ated community in the west.
§ ,000.

South Seas. Gated community
near venice Bay and Miller

Sound. single family lots
$80,000 ulti-family —_ lots
$95,000.

Tel/Fax: 362-2858,

Mobile: 557-0288, and

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VACANT LOTS:
JACARANDA SUBD: Opp. Old
Fort Bay in gated community.
80' x 140' zoned for 3 units.
$175,000. Two S/F lots 110! x
180' $195,000 each. 90' x 120'
$150,000.

SOUTH SEAS -Duplex lots 80'
x 100' $95,000 each S/F lots
75' xt00' and larger starting at

$80,000.

SAFFRON HILL #2199 Triplex
lots from $185,000. Four-plex
lots from $210,000 ..reserve
yours now! Single _ starting
from $175,000. 7,000 s/ft and
larger.

YUMA ESTATES: Duplex lots
starting at $125,000. Triplex
lots 8,106 s.ft starting at
$135,000. 6,514 s/t to 10,058
s/t single/f ~ starting from
$90,000.

INDIGO SUBD: 60' X 120'
hilltop s/f -lot. Community
amenities included security
gate, pool, tennis court. Within
walking distance to. beach.
$235,000.

OCEAN CLUB_~ ESTATES
#2177 29,621 s/ft lot on pond.
Full set of approved and
stamped architectural plans for
a well designed 7,500 s/ft home
included. $1,818,200.

APARTMENTS / CONDOS
OCEAN PLACE:
On Harbour, Paradise Island,
beautiful 3 bedrooms 3-l/2
baths and 2 bedrooms 2-I/2
baths Luxury Condos under
construction. Amenities include

travertine tiles throughout,
expansive terraces, 24-hour
security, hurricane proof

windows, private marina with
30-80 foot slips, harbour front
from

ool... Prices start
$899,405.

WINTON HEIGHTS = #2303
Under construction tri-level 3
bedrooms 2-I/2 baths medi-
terranean style townhouses.
3,000 s/ft each. Perpetual sea
views. Amenities to include-
pool and security. . $495,000.
JACARANDA #2200 Spacious
new tri-level 3 bedrooms 3-1/2
baths townhouse in gated
communi ae Old Fort Bay.

75,000.

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CAB! BEACH — Beautiful
BAYROC residences at pre-
construction prices
$1,550,000 to $2,300,000.
Amenities include 24-hour
gated & individual security,
systems, balconies, spectacular
views...

PARADISE ISLAND The
Residences at Atlantis, a luxury
condominium-hotel offer ele-
gantly furnished residences and
unique ownership opportunities,
including access to the Resort's
entertainment centre, spa, full
service marina and more. Jr.
suites from $685,000. One
bedroom suites from
$1,150,000 and 2 bedroom
suites from $1,800,000.

For these and more call:
326 4800 325 3957





















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APARTMENTS / CONDOS
OCEAN PLACE:
EMERALD COAST #2228
70' X 103' duplex lots in pro-
posed gated community
starting at $96,000. 70' X 103'
S/F lots $92,000.

FOR RENT:
ST. ALBAN'S DRIVE: New
tastefully and fully furnished
apartmetns in gated complex.
2 bedrooms $2,500 p.m. 1
bedroom $2,000 p.m.
WESTWARD VILLAS:
Spacious 1 bedroom 1 bath
nicely furnished apartment
close to beach and shopping.
$1,100 p.m. Short term
welcomed.
EASTWOOD: Newly renovated
3 bedrooms 2 baths house;
tiled floors, large enclosed yard,

central — air. Unfurnished.
$1,400 p.m.

VISTA MARINA: 2 bedrooms
1-1/2 baths townhouse.
Partially furnished. With to
beach.

$1,600 p.m.

SANDYPORT: Executive _ tri-
level townhose. 4 bedrooms 3-
\/2 baths, fully furnished, private
dock. In gated community with
numerous amenities. $6,000

p.m.

PARADISE ISLAND: 3
bedrooms 3-1/2 baths
townhouse in gated waterfront
complex. Nicely furnished,
pool. $6,000 p.m.

GRAND BAHAMA:

#2340 Exceptional
investment opportunity. Full
service gas station on 2.98
acres. Being sold with supplies
and equipment. $700,000.
#2341 Lucayan Towers: Well
appointed corne: apt. with 2
bedrooms 2 baths on

9th fl. Panoramic views of
Island, Ocean and Canals. 24-
hr. security.

$185,000.

#2342 Sunrise Park: Newly
built duplex with 3 bedrooms 2
baths _ Units. | Landscaped
grounds. $302,000.
#2. Bahamia South:
Attractively designed newly
built Executive Home.
bedrooms 2-I/2 baths. 2-car
garage, office, hurricane proof

from | windows,

pool...and more...$350,000.

EXUMA:

Bay: 1.122 tract of
land. Ideal location on main
highway for commercial
venture. $315,000.

The Bluff: | Well wooded 8
acre Island of oceanfront land.
Private beach. $4.5 million.
Jimmy Hill: 116 acres with
600 ft.of white sandy beach.
Elevations of 70 ft.

Ocean Addition West: 20,900
sift residential oceanfront lot.
Beach access

$650,000

For these and more call:
326 4800 325 3957

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CARMICHAEL RD! Spacious
64' x 137' triplex lot in quiet
area with great potential. All
utilities are available. Web Ref:
562522. Price: $85,000

JACARANDA! Gated
community just outside of Old
Fort Bay and Lyford Cay. This
is one of the last lots available
in Phase 1. Ideal investment
opportunity. Web Ref: 9683.
Price: $125,000

DELAPORTE! 3bd/3.5bt
waterfront townhouse — with
fantastic ocean views. Loads of
functional living space,
including pass-through kitchen,
expansive patio and secluded
second floor master with private
balcony. Amenities include
dishwasher, washer/dryer,
community pool/beach access
and assigned parking. Offered
furnished. Web. Ref: 562436.
Price: $595,000

WEST BAY ST! 3bd/3.5bt
townhouse delivers _ fantastic
ocean views and spectacular
sunsets from its premier
location in exclusive gated
community. Access to sparkling
swimming pools & beautiful
beaches. Unit features more
than 1,340 SF of functional
living space, fully equipped
kitchen and walkout access to
an expansive patio. Central
a/c, storage space & storm
frame impact windows are a
lus. Offered furnished. Web
ef: 562573. Price: $615,000

SHIRLEY SLOPE! Located in
this quaint neighbourhood, the
beautifully renovated 3bd/2bt
4,957 F Bahamian _ style
residence retains all the charm
of Old Nassau as well as
quaity construction. On 19,530
F of property, the home
features a walled garden, pool,
cabana, garage & more.
to downtown,
Paradise Island and all the
amenities of city life. Web Ref
§62392. Price: $720,000

WEST BAY ST! Oceanfront
villa on rock cliff in western
New Providence. Completely
renovated 3bd/3.5bt - colonial
home boasts designer touches,
including new European kitchen
and bathrooms. Poo!
resurfaced with mosaic tiles.
Other amenities include walk-in
closets, appliances, hurricane
shutters, one-car garage, two
3-ton central air units and
washer/dryer.Web Ref. 8357.
Price: $1.175M

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs

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REALTY



FOWLER STREET!
Commercial site located close
to Paradise Island and in a
highly visible trafficked area.
Presently contains a building
and vacant parcel of land. Land
has a total square footage of
16,182 SF with lots of room for
expansion. Web Ref: 562441.
Price: $749,000

RENTALS
CENTREVILLE! Close to
downtown and al

conveniences, ideally situated
to take advantage of this highly-
trafficked area. Ready for your
professional design and
business needs, the office
space encompasses five rooms
in a versatile layout with a total
of 792 SF. Automatic back-up
generator and four parking
spaces is a plus. Web Ref:
562539. Price: $1,500 p/m

CABLE BEACH! 2bd/1bt, 750
SF rental unit is offered nicely
furnished and offers wall .a/c
units in bedrooms, ceiling fans,
tiled in living areas, carpeted
bedrooms, nicely appointed
kitchen, designer drapery,
cable television, built-in home
office area and more. Great

location! Web Ref: 562538.
Price: $1,500 p/m
DOWNTOWN! A superb

location for the professional.
Charming, stylishly furnished
condo offers downtown. style
and convenience right in the
heart of historic Nassau.
Spacious 1,200 SF recently
renovated residence offers
stunning views, 2bd/2.5bt of

elegant _ livin space and
more.Web Ref: 562535 Price:
$2,500 p/m

WESTRIDGE! Comfortable and
spacious 3bd/2.5bt townhouses
with loft, pool view and good
security in gated community

near Westridge Shopping
Centre. Web Ref: 562498.
Price: $2,500

SANDYPORT! 2bd/2.5bt

ground floor condo with boat
slip! Tiled throughout, Corian
countertops in kitchen, crown
mouldings, central a/c, lovely
arden views and comfortably
rnished. Web Ref: 562395.
Price: $3,000
CABLE BEACH! Beautiful
spacious 3bd/3.5bt condo
located in gated community that
offers amenities _ including,

|| private beach, BBQ area and

gazebo, pools, 24-hour securi
3d entrance and more. Unit
atures upscale _ finishes,

marble bathrooms, granite






Jacuzzi tub and separate
shower in master bathroom.
Offered unfurnished.Web Ref:
562532. Price: $8,500 p/m

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.

Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs

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ABACO

14-acre tracts of land on Bustick
Bay located 6 miles north of
Marsh Harbour next to the
Abaco highway. 130 feet on the
waterfront. Electricity on site.
Price $185,000. -

Phone 324-1476.








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LOTS



LOVE BEACH Duplex Lots

|| starting at $100,000.00 within

gated community

SOUTH OCEAN Residential
lots starting at $99,500.00 and

Multi-Family lots starting at
$105,000.00

SKYLINE PARK: 16,484 SQ.
FT. elevated lot. in quiet
western residential area.
$265,000.00

LOVE BEACH: 26,000 SQ.

FT. Multi family lot with view of
ocean and beach access. This
is a great = = opportunity.
$695,000.00

LYFORD CAY Canal Frontage
Lot. $1,395,000.00

OCEAN CLUB_- ESTATES
25,565sq. ft. sandy beachfront
lot, $4.9 million

BEACH -
6.5 Acres
to Saunders

SAUNDERS
COMMERCIAL
Direct Access
Beach
$2,450,000.00

OCEAN CLUB_ ESTATES:
29,621 sq. ft. lot on pond,
includes approved architectural
plans for a well designed 7,500
sq. ft. home. $1,695,000.00

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:322-1069
te 395-6650 or 424-6685

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ABACO

15-acre tract of land next to the
Abaco highway. _- Located
between Marsh Harbour and
Treasure Cay. Land elevations
over 30 feet. Nice hill top views.
Price $25,000 per acre. Ideal
site. for small subdivision or
industrial park.

Phone 324-1476.





INTEGRITY HOMES

For only 5% Down
2-bed, 1-bath, $115,000
3-bed, 2 bath, $123,000

DUPLEX
2-bed, 1-bath, $157,000

TRIPLEX
1-bed, 1-bath, $187,000
Your Dream is only phone a
call away.
Ph:394-8568/436-8159.

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BEACHFRONT LOTS
FOR SALE
TURKS & CAICOS IS
55 Acres Commercial

8 Acres Commercial
0.71 Acres Residential
Call 1-649-232-9990










Limited
CLEARE REALTY LTD

*Commercial Lot near Bay
Street, $200,000

*Large Lot on the sea, West
Bay Street , $500,000

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