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Defence Force officers cap-
tured 147 Haitian immi-
grants early yesterday
morning in the central
Bahamas.

While on routine patrol
HMBS P-43, under com-
mand of Petty Officer BL
Thompson, intercepted a
30-foot sloop just off Wad- '
erick Wells Cay in the Exu-
ma chain.

A search of the vessel
uncovered the suspected
illegal immigrants, 33 of
whom were women.

The Haitian nationals
were taken on board the
Defence Force craft and
brought to the capital.
HMBS P-42 was dispatched
to assist in the transport.

This makes a total of 415
Haitian immigrants appre-
hended already this year in
Bahamian waters by the
Defence Force.



Christian Council chair: |
_ NHI opponents are
‘spiritually immature’

@ By KRYSTEL ROLLE

Those in leadership positions
in the country who oppose the
National Health Insurance Plan
are “spiritually immature”
according to Rev Dr William
Thompson.

The president of the
Bahamas Christian Council
made this charge yesterday dur-
ing the annual church service
for parliamentarians.

Lending his voice to the
debate on the feasibility of the
initiative, he thanked the gov-
ernment on behalf of the people
for unanimously voting to pass
the National Health Insurance
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legislation at this time is our his-
tory,” he said.

The implementation of the
plan will take some of the strain
off church leaders and allow
them to do more for the people,
he said.

Previously, the church had to
“almost single-handedly sup-
port persons in society who did
not have the finances for special
health care,” Dr Thompson
explained.

After listening to the spirit-
ed debates on a piece of legis-
lation which he believes will

“impact many lives, Dr Thomp-
son said that what struck him
was how many persons were

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remaining cold and unrespon-
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love for all people.
The service was attended by
government members of par-
liament, members of the oppo-
sition, senators and candidates.
The annual church services is
attended by persons in leader-
ship positions and aims to
remind them of their roles.
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THE TRIBUNE.



EDITORIAL/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

The Tribune Limited | WOtK permits
system does |

Being Bound to Swear to The Dogmas of No Master

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LEON E. H. DUPUCH, Publisher/Editor 1903-1914

SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, Kt. O.B.E., K.M., K.C.S.G.,
(Hon.) LL.D., D.Litt.

Publisher/Editor 1919-1972
Contributing Editor 1972-1991

EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON, C.M.G., M.S., B.A., LL.B.
Publisher/Editor 1972-

Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, P.O. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas
Insurance Management Building., P.O. F-485, Freeport, Grand Bahama

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Bush Iraq plan perpetuates failed policy

ALBANY, N.Y. — President George Bush
has ordered an additional 21,500 ground troops
to Iraq where sectarian violence among Shiites
and Sunnis has been spinning out of control.

Because the United States has failed to con-
‘vince nations in the region to join the. dwin-
dling coalition and contribute fresh troops, this
“surge” of American troops will prove to be
the operational equivalent of rearranging the
change on the dresser.

However, two features of what the White
House calls “the new way forward in Iraq” are
downright dangerous. The first relates to a
treacherous Baghdad neighbourhood; the sec-
ond to troublesome neighbours.

Iraqi and American forces now have a “green
light” to enter Baghdad neighbourhoods and
conduct. operations to disarm and neutralize
militia fighters and insurgents.

President Bush and Iraqi Prime Minister
Nouri al-Maliki both have announced their
intention to forcibly disarm Muqtada al-Sadr’s
Mahdi militia in Sadr City. Such an operation

could well be more costly than the 2004 battle
for Fallujah where 95 Americans were killed
and 500 wounded battling an estimated 5,000
insurgents.

The attack left much of Fallujah, a city of
250,000, in ruins. Sadr City, a dense slum in
northeastern Baghdad, is home to 2 million
people and an estimated 10,000 Mahdi militia-
men. If U.S. forces attack Sadr City, casualties
will be unacceptably high: perhaps 200 to 300
Americans killed and a thousand wounded in
ferocious fighting that will be block-to-block
and house-to-house. Administration officials
are quick to point out that Iraqi troops will take
the lead in operations conducted in Baghdad,
something that raises questions about White
House judgment. Urban combat requires‘high-
ly trained and disciplined troops, neither of
which describes most Iraqi units.

If the Mahdi army defeats untested and unre-
liable Iraqi troops, it would be a devastating
setback for-al-Maliki’s government. An alter-
native to a series of frontal assaults might be to
isolate Baghdad’s most troublesome neigh-
bourhoods. At a later date, the al-Maliki gov-
ernment might be better positioned to enter
into talks with powerful militia and insurgent
leaders and come to agreements on demilita-
rization and power sharing — something akin to
the Good Friday Agreement in Northern Ire-
land. Regrettably, such an approach does not
appear to be in the offing.

Trouble looms too beyond the bloody streets
of Baghdad. The Bush administration is unable
or unwilling to recognize the painful truth that
the strategic winner in the Iraq war is Iran.
Direct talks with Iran — and Syria — could
help defuse regional tensions.

But the President has made clear that he
prefers military action over diplomacy.

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has ordered a second carrier strike group and
Patriot air defence units to the region. Air
strikes on these countries, under the rubric of
interdiction (to stop the flow of arms and assis-
tance to Iraqi militias) or pre-emption (to
destroy Iranian nuclear facilities) would be a
major escalation in the conflict, and might have
catastrophic consequences.

Bombing Iran would further radicalize that
country, inflame Shia Muslims worldwide, and
set off a chain of events that might end with
Islamic fundamentalists seizing power in
nuclear-armed Pakistan. Yet President Bush
appears undeterred.

Responsible leaders with cool heads will warn
Mr. Bush not to attack Iran and Syria. A num-
ber of congressional leaders from both parties
have already done so.

These policy decisions — the surge of forces
to Iraq, plans to attack Sadr City, strikes on
Iran and Syria — reflect the shoddy, short-sight-
ed and pathetic strategic decision-making that
has come to characterize not just the war in
Iraq, but also the war in Afghanistan and the
war against al-Qaida.

The Bush administration suffers from what
can only be described as strategic glaucoma —
a gradual and steady loss of strategic vision.
Transfixed by an Iraq that continues to descend
into chaos, horrified by the spectre of defeat
and the humiliation of an American withdraw-
al, desperate to find a way out but unwilling to
talk to Iran and Syria, the President and his
weary team are unable to recognize that any
solution to stem the violence that rocks Iraq
lies, at least in part, beyond its borders, and
that diplomacy ought to be a big part of any pro-
posed course of action.

The President could have announced a series
of dramatic and concrete diplomatic initiatives
that would serve to shape the strategic condi-
tions in the region and increase our chances
for success in Iraq.

Regrettably, the President made no such
overtures. He instead dispatched Secretary of
State Rice abroad to sell foreign leaders on a
plan on which they were barely even consulted.
Diplomacy — Bush style.

President Bush has rejected diplomacy and a
fresh approach in Iraq in favour of confronta-
tion, escalation and risky military operations.
This is a story that will not end well. Should
this plan go forward unchecked, American secu-
rity interests and prestige, the prospects for
peace in the region, the Iraqi people, and Amer-
ican soldiers and Marines will all suffer because
of it.

(This article was written by Thomas J.

Raleigh, a retired Army lieutenant colonel
who served in infantry troop assignments and
as military adviser to the U.S. ambassador to
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EDITOR, The Tribune.

“I DO not understand how
you can charge someone in the
United States for a crime he
committed in The Bahamas,”
Mr Ferguson said.

“The people who get charged
in the United States are charged
under American law for break-
ing American law. You can’t be
charged in America for break-
ing the Bahamian law; you’re
charged in American for break-
ing American law.”

Mr Ferguson said Bahamian
police always take action if they
have evidence.

“Tf the evidence isn’t there,
we can’t just arbitrarily pick up
people and put them before the
courts,” the assistant commis-
sioner said. “Wherever evidence
exists we would take the appro-
priate action.”

His comments followed those
of Deputy Prime Minister and
Minister of National Security
Cynthia Pratt, who said if the
men committed an offence in
The Bahamas then they should
have been charged here.

We have a problem in the
country with the work permit
system. The only two groups
who are getting any benefits are
the companies and the Govern-
ment. The company gets a
worker without putting in the
requirements. Government gets
the work permit fees.

Work permits are given out
to allow a company to run its
business: but there are require-
ments, training a Bahamian is
one of them. It is not for “long
term” employment. This is not
happening. The Notice of
Vacancy Form needs to be
revised, put in place and Labour
Department is to do the
required checks.

There is no Notice of Vacan-
cy Form and no advertisements
put out. How is one to find out
if there is a vacancy in a com-
pany? Companies just apply
and get the work permits. Once
they get the person on the job,
some require the Bahamians in
the company to train foreign
worker in the function. This is
wrong. The foreign worker is
here to train the Bahamian. If
the Bahamian is not willing to
train the foreign worker. he is
informed that he can resign.

Why are companies not inter-
ested in having a Bahamian
trained to replace the foreign
worker? Is it with the hope.that
the foreign worker will get res-
idency or leave before they
have to pay them? If the for-
eign worker trains a Bahamian
for the position, his job is now



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made redundant. He would be ©

entitled to redundancy pay —
four weeks for each year of ser-
vice and four weeks in lieu of
notice.

Bahamas Work Permit: For-
eigners wanting to work or
trade in the islands must obtain

a work permit from the Immi-:

gration Department. In the case
of an employee, the employer
makes the application and must
show that there is no suitable
Bahamian candidate for the
position. This includes adver-
tising in newspapers; employ-
ers are also expected to have
training programmes for
Bahamians in the skills they are
likely to need. Work permits
are usually issued for one year,
renewable, although for senior
executives it can be three years.

We have too many persons
who have been in this country
for more that three years on
work permits. We need to
revise our work permit system:
Here are some examples from
the following countries:

Bermuda work permits for
employment of all non-citizen:
there will be a maximum length
of six years for work permits,
with no renewals after that and
no automatic renewals.

Turks and Caicos Work Per-
mits: The majority of work per-
mits are issued on a year to year
basis however it is possible to
obtain permits for three years.

Cayman Island: work permits
for up to three years, seven
years is the maximum length of

time a work permit holder can:

work continuously in the Cay-
man Islands. After this period
the board cannot normally
grant the person any further
work permits until he or she has
left the islands for at least two
years.

The following suggestions are
offered to help solve this prob-
lem in the future:

1) Notice of Vacancy Labour
Form to be revised and Labour
Department to do checks on
requirements.

2) No new permits to be
granted without an attached
Bahamian who is to be trained.

3) No new work permits to
be granted longer than three
years and no automatic
renewals.

4) Every current work per-
mit greater than three years to
show who is being trained, the
programme and the time frame





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of the training. If no Bahami-,
an is being trained, no renewal;
of the work permit 3
We need to get serious with,
this and put an end to persons,
who are employed in compa-;
nies on “long term” work per-
mits. There is no need for any of-
these! gi
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Bahamas,
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(We don’t know what is hap-
pening in Freeport, but certaink}«
— at least for The Tribune +,‘
the rules recommended here are.
being followed by the Immigra-:
tion and Labour Departments:
in Nassau. a4

(However, we do know that’
special consideration is given to,
foreign businesses to employ:
persons as “owners representa-*
tives” in key executive positions. |
We believe that this considerg- ,
tion should be extended to.
Bahamians in businesses ins’
which vital staff in key execu-'
tive positions are not available in!
the Bahamas. — Ed). N

PM should be exalted with :
unexpected compliment

EDITOR, The Tribune. vy
THE Prime Minister should | :
be exalted with the unexpected. '
compliment from the President ,
of The Bahamas Chamber of :, :
Commerce, Tanya Wright- -’
simply Ms Wright did not think ;
seemingly before she opened |, ,
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cerning Anchor Projects. =e
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recruiting workers for their pro-
ject in of all places Grand
Bahama where everyone is sayz»,
ing and has been. commenting *,
that there is high 16-20 per cent,»
unemployment. Obviously :

those must be all persons who *s
wish to work in a three- piece ,*
suit and not dirty their hands. om
All International agencies *,°
accept thatasevenpercent
unemployment level is ‘full- .*
employment’. 3
It seems that even the Gov- °
ernment does not understand *;
what they have achieved since {Â¥
_ 2002 — actually ifhalfofthe ,°
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built I predict The Bahamas *y
will have full employment *.
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French Caribbean island of Mar- :

tinique to honor poet and elder :
statesman Aime Cesaire on Tues- |
day, according to Associated Press.

Interior Minister and presiden-
tial hopeful Nicolas Sarkozy led a
push to rechristen Fort- de-Erance- !

Lamentin airport as Martinique- :
Aime Cesaire airport to recog- :
nize Cesaire, a key figure in the :
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rights.

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in the lower house of France's :

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Bradley Roberts
‘will not run in
seneral election’

m@ By PAULG
TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter

BRADLEY Roberts, MP
for Bain and Grants Town,
will not be offering himself for
the next general election,
making way for Senator Dr B
J Nottage to run in his place,
The Tribune has learned.

Mr Roberts, Minister of
Works and Utilities, vehe-
mently denied this, however,
claiming that when a decision
was made on his political
future, Prime Minister Perry
Christie would make an
announcement to that effect.

Mr Roberts said: “My trust-
ed people have an idea of my
plans,” but would not elabo-
rate any further.

The Bain and Grants Town
“alternative”, Senator Rev C
B Moss, has continued his
campaign in the area. How-
ever, it was alleged that his

‘efforts would prove fruitless

as he was not expected to get
the nomination from the gov-
erning PLP party.

Informed sources, with in-
depth knowledge of the par-
ty’s workings state that the
PLP is looking for a con-
stituency that would be recep-
tive to Dr Nottage, and with
Minister Roberts not vying for
a second term, Bain and
Grants Town is seen as the
most viable option.

However, it is understood
that Rev Moss, who has for
the past two and a half years
waited for the party’s nod for

the constituency, will not take

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what he sees as a “betrayal”
lightly.

Posts within a “religious
tourism wing” of the Ministry
of Tourism have reportedly
been offered, and declined by
Rev Moss who seems
adamant on the MP posting.

On Tuesday, Rev Moss
issued a press release denying
allegations that he had bro-
kered a deal with the Prime
Minister to make way for Dr
Nottage.

Rev Moss said: “There is no
need for me to agree to a new
deal when the old deal is still

in effect. Because a contract is

delayed does not mean it is
cancelled.”
Rev Moss was referring to a

bargain between himself and}

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Mr Roberts in 2002 when Mr
Roberts agreed to “step
down” after a “half term stay”
in office.

At a thanksgiving service
for Rev Moss in August, 2002,
Mr Roberts told those attend-
ing: “As my days wind down
as representative for the Bain
and Grants Town constituen-
cies, it is my hope that the
people will welcome Rev CB
Moss as my recommendation
to replace me.”

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m@ By KRYSTEL ROLLE

PARLIAMENTARIANS
were warned against “ugly, gut-
ter style campaigning” yester-
day during their annual parlia-
mentarian church service.

During his sermon, president
of the Bahamas Christian Coun-
cil Dr William Thompson,
pleaded with parliamentarians
to lay the issues before the peo-
ple instead of trying to diminish
the character of their opponents
in order to win votes.

“As we head into the months
of campaigning, remember who
we are — we are one nation. If
we destroy it in our campaign
trail we will have nothing to
govern,” he warned. “So let us
be very careful. Let us be care-
ful of those around us.”

Rev Thompson noted that a
new energy and vigour can be
felt in Bahamian communities
because of the upcoming elec-
tion.

Adding that things can some-
times turn ugly during election
time, he said, “All those who
will offer themselves as candi-
dates should refrain from ugly
gutter style campaigning. That
style of campaigning will accom-
plish nothing more than the fur-
ther erosion of our society.”

“The truth is, we cannot dis-
miss the fact that we are living
in a society that is bordering on
the edge of lawlessness. There-
fore, it is of the utmost impor-
tance that all who will seek to
lead this country will be careful

not participate in a campaign |

that will promote destructive
excitement among the people.”

In light of the fast approach-
ing general elections, Rev
Thompson, who is the pastor of
Faith United Baptist Church,
took a moment to speak specif-
ically to those running for office.

“You can not diminish the
dignity of your office on the
campaign trail and then expect
to pick it up in the House of
Assembly. What people see on
the campaign trail is what they
will see in the House of Assem-

't campaign
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attendence at the annual service yesterday
g

ing the election time,” he plead-
ed. “Let the country live so that
we can all benefit from it lat-

He also warned parliamen-
tarians to council and advise

40

on the campaign trail of ihe
standards expected of them. ‘If
you leave it to them, they will
embarrass you,” he warned, “I
pray that road that leads to elec-
tion will be paved with dignity,

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_ ANTHONY Moss, Rev Dr CB Moss, Oswald Ingraham and Sharon Wilson yesterday at the

_ parliamentarian service

Some politicians ‘not
-taking job seriously’

r

IMPROVED communica-
, tions have led to some parlia-
, mentarians not taking their job
| seriously enough, according to
' Christian Council president Dr
» William Thompson.
Yt “Itis believed that the advent
* of a parliamentary channel has
* served to create a culture of
& :
wScreen play actors,” he said.
Many are playing to the cam-
; fa rather than preparing them-
“selves to debate on behalf of
the people.”
‘s" Dr Thompson recalled a con-
‘versation he had with a local
‘teacher.
*, During their exchange, he
Said, the teacher told him that
* the Parliamentary Channel was
no longer allowed in his school
as a resource for classes because
of the behavior and actions of
some parliamentarians.
“:'-This,-Dr Thompson said, is
_..sad commentary”.
. “It is expected that debate



sometimes become heated and
‘escalates, but it should never
\. “sink to the level of personal
character assassination and hon-

»ourable men and:women show-::

ving disrespect for authority,” he
*said.

» Speaking to all parliamentar-
*ians, Rev Thompson reminded
“them of their “calling”.

)) “Those who are called to
“serve, those who hold high
‘office, the government of the
ypeople elected or appointed, are
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remember the immi-
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members of the government
took while campaigning in the
last election? Does anyone
remember how they claimed
that foreigners were being put
ahead of Bahamians?

Does anyone remember
how they said that the
Bahamianisation policy had
been abandoned? If that is
what they felt then, what do
they feel about what is hap-

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have work permits? Is this
what was meant by “putting
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send their money home. By
my estimation, they earn at
least $7,000 to $10,000 annu-
ally. That means that their
annual wage bill collectively is
somewhere between $1.4 mil-
lion and $2 million. Of that
amount less than 20 per cent
likely stays in this country,
especially since they do not
pay for their room and board
or meals.

Over a five-year period, this
would mean as much as $9
million flowed out of this
country. One wonders what
that amount of money could
have done for the island of
Bimini or The Bahamas had
it stayed in this country.

Given an economic multi-
plier of four, this might have
translated into about $45 mil-
lion. That amount of money
could have done a world of
good for Bimini and The
Bahamas just as I am certain it
is doing a world of good for
Mexico and the Dominican
Republic. No doubt those
countries are saying often,
“muchos gracias, Bahamas”.

IMMIGRATION POLICY
ABSURDITY

hat is happening in

Bimini should not
be surprising, however. We are
living an immigration absur-
dity.

Our national tertiary insti-
tution, the College of The
Bahamas, is being led into uni-
versity status by a non-
Bahamian, appointed by a col-
lege council chairman who
prides himself in being an
ardent supporter of a govern-
ment termed by its leader,
Prime Minister Perry Christie,
as a “Black Nationalist Gov-
ernment”.

Our principal port of
entry, named after the father
of the nation and the symbol
of Bahamian pride, is now
being managed by a foreign
management firm. That for-
eign firm, and not ourselves,
was felt by this “Bkack
Nationalist Government” as
being the only ones capable
of modernising and effec-

Met

tively running the airport
named after our first prime
minister.

Ironic indeed. We can run
the country but not our air-
port. Perhaps we feel that run-
ning the country is a less
demanding job than running
an airport.

Downtown Bay Street,
owned and operated by most-
ly Bahamian business people,
must be redesigned and rede-



I despise the
fact that we are
not making the
kind of progress
necessary to
reduce further
our dependency
on foreign talent.
The reality is that
doing so waits on
a more awakened
generation of
leadership.



veloped by foreigners.

We cannot redesign and
redevelop that principal street
in our nation. We must have
the more intelligent foreign-
ers to do so for us.

hese are only a few

of the absurdities that
we continue to experience in
our nation when it comes to
foreign workers and talent. I
do not blame the foreigners
and I do not despise the use
of their talent in our nation. I
believe that they will continue
to be welcome elements in
our national development pic-
ture.

What I do despise is the
hypocrisy of those who, while
in opposition, made this an
issue and now that they have
the power have made the situ-
ation they once complained
about worse.

I also despise the fact that

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we are not making the kind of
progress necessary to reduce
further our dependency on
foreign talent. The reality is
that doing so waits on a more
awakened generation of lead-
ership.

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ur memories are
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about their EVER being
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Was there a conclusion to
the Korean boats matter? Did
we ever come to a conclusion
about where the thousands of
US dollar bills stolen from
Minister Vincent Peet’s closet
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prison escape that left one offi-
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How much money did Hara-

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Christie promise a report? |
could go on but the point is
made, we have unresolved
issues.

Some people might point to
past administrations and say
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in their times as well. True!

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made - we are a nation of
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FROM page one

However, contrary to com-
plaints yesterday that the busi-
ness had initially complied with
the order, but shortly after the
New Year, restarted operations,
Mr Francis Darville stated that
he never stopped functioning
to begin with — because he did
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He further alleged that there
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done into his business, as he
feels this report alone should
contain all the information nec-
essary to determine whether his
business is liable for any wrong
doing.

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Bethel promised him a copy of
the report in December, but has

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Crucially, he said, it includes
the results of tests done by chief
health inspector, Anthony
Ryan, in December which led to
his (Ryan's) assessment that the
business was in fact operating
above Bahamian regulatory
standards.

"I've said from the beginning,
give me proof — that's the thing
in the Bahamas, right? Truth
and justice — you cannot put a
man in jail unless you prove he
did what he's accused of, so
don't put me out of business
when you have the truth in your
hand," he said.

Mr Darville explained that he
did receive a letter in December
asking him to cease operating,
but it detailed certain violations
that his business was allegedly
guilty which he said he — and,
he claims, Mr Ryan, in his
assessment weeks before — dis-
agreed with.

Among other requests, the
letter said Mr Darville needed
to cease "the practice of spray-
ing boats in the open or unpro-
tected indoor or outdoor
spaces." However, according to
Mr Darville, he has only very
rarely sprayed boats in unpro-
tected spaces, almost exclusive-
ly doing so indoors..

"I don't quite understand,"
he said. After receiving the let-
ter he wrote back to the depart-
ment, querying their informa-
tion, but has since received no



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written response.
Since that time, Mr Darville

. Said he has not stopped func-

tioning because the business is
his and his family's sole source
of income — and he has been
made no offer of compensation.

"I'm sure if what I do affects
anybody there would have been
some report somewhere," he
said, adding, "is anybody in
Abaco being effected by it, is
anyone in Freeport? Spanish
wells, Eleuthera, Andros, right
in Nassau, Exuma? I'm not the
only boat building place in close
proximity to residences."

He claims that he attends the
International Boat Exhibition
and Conference in Florida
every year, and has never heard
of any health risks associated
with his work.

According to Mr Darville,
until he sees proof that his busi-
ness is causing the ill health, he
does not intend to stop operat-
ing, but'should he be provided
with that proof, he will comply.

He added that he thought his
business had already been vin-
dicated at'a meeting held in
Grant's Town attended by,
among others, Senator Dr
Bethel, Inspector Anthony
Ryan, and Inspector Timothy
Munroe.

"I said to Ryan: Am I break-
ing any environmental laws? he
said 'no.' I said, am I contra-
vening any zoning laws? he said
‘no'. Am I polluting the envi-

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explained Mr Darville.

The Tribune first became
aware of reports of respiratory
illness in the Mangrove Bush
settlement,in September last
year — when a letter from a
local pulmonologist detailing
the symptoms of the two resi-
dents involved was leaked to
the paper.

The residents were both said
to be suffering from signs of
severe Bronchospasm — a reac-
tive airway disease, which the
doctor claimed was "secondary
to chemical exposure."

A government investigation
was launched shortly after, and
has since become a political
issue, as Mr Larry Cartwright,
MP for Long Island, has
claimed that the results of the
government investigation into
the complaints have yet to be
released to the public.

Now Mr Darville is fighting
the claims on two fronts — in
October residents filed a
$375,000 lawsuit against his
business. ©

Lawyers
FROM page one

against Mr Butler was dismissed
on January 15, 2007 despite the
fact that the complainant,
although ready and willing, was
never called by the prosecution
as a witness. He was never
informed verbally or summoned
to appear as a witness in the
matter, nor was he informed of
any hearing to be held on Janu-
ary 15, 2007,” the letter stated.
Fowler was charged with mak-
ing threats of harm on August
29, 2006.
Attorney Munroe told The
Tribune yesterday that prior to ©
dismissal of the case, the matter
had been set for trial and last
heard on November 14, 2006.
On that date, he said, the defen-
dant failed to show in court and
a warrant was issued for his
arrest by the magistrate. On
November 15 the defendant
appeared in court with his
lawyer Keod Smith and the
warrant was cancelled. The mat-
ter was adjourned for the next
hearing on February 20, 2007.
Mr Munroe said it was rather
strange that the case had been
dismissed and his client had not
been summoned to give evi-
«dence. It was for that reason,
he said, that he had written to
Mr Turner asking him to review
the matter.

“It is unusual and he should .
investigate what happened,”
Mr Munroe said. Mr Munroe
said he did not see how the
court dates could have been
confused. He said he knew
that the next date set for the
matter to be heard in court
was February 20 and not Janu-
ary 15. Mr Munroe said that it
was very strange that Fowler
was arraigned, appeared only
once, and then the matter was
dismissed.

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Registrar General to ;
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@ By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter

FREEPORT - The Registrar
General’s Office will be relo-
cating from its cramped offices
in the Regent Centre Complex
to much larger business space
by the second quarter ‘of 2007.

Attorney General Allyson
Maynard-Gibson toured the
new office facility, which takes
up about 4.000 square feet on
the third floor of the Canada
Life Building on Poinctana Dri-
ve.

Accompanying Mrs Gibson
on the tour was Freeport Reg-

Registrar General's Depart-
ment in Freeport.

Mrs Gibson said that the cur-
rent facility at Regent Centre
is much too small to meet the
demand in Freeport.

She noted that Freeport is
growing rapidly and that along
with the need for the depart-
ment to increase efficiency with-
in to the increase efficiency,
there exists a need for more
spacious accommodations.

“I visited the registrar gener-
al’s office and it is a far too
small a space to cope with the
demand on the nation’s second
city and to effectively provide
services needed,” she said.

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ago that he cannot even recall
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“Tt’s been much too:long,”
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In an interview with The
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“They have not fulfilled
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shot,” he said.

The Coalition is now read-
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ing its approach.

The group is expected to
release a press statement on
their future plans by the end
of the week.

Representing a cross-section
of members of the country’s
business organisations, labour
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ical groups, the Coalition in
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healthcare. plan for all
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The Coalition said it was
also “very concerned” about
the findings of the Interna-
tional Labour Organisation
(ILO) which projected that
contribution rates to the NHI
scheme would have to become
“significantly higher” than the
initial 5.3 per cent.

As the Coalition still awaits
further information and docu-
ments on NHI from the gov-
ernment, the group continues
to meet and consult among.
themselves.

Mr Rolle said that members,
such as the Bahamas Hotel
Association, continue to have
discussions on a regular basis.

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group working together either
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OLYMPIC gold medalist

Tonique Williams-Darling
presented the final 2006

‘TWD Awards in Memory of

Keith Carey to two organisa-
tions committed to helping
troubled men build a better
future — Teen Challenge
Bahamas and the Simpson
Penn Boys’ School.

The final awards brought
to four the number of organ-
isations aided by the track
star.

“T have always wanted to
give back to the community
in a tangible way and the
tragedy of Keith Carey’s
death brought into focus the
need to do something now,”
said Williams-Darling.

The award represents a
portion of her wins from all
meets in which she runs the
400-metres faster than 51 sec-
onds.

It was created to honour
the memory of Keith Carey,
her first coach and long-time
supporter. Carey was killed
in broad daylight as he
attempted to make a bank
deposit at a busy location in
2006.

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ness and civic leaders

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Only organisations regis-
tered with the Registrar-Gen-
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Fears for
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A SILVER Back mountain gorilla
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Democratic Republic of Congo in this
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* Balanced hand with heart support
Opening lead — king of diamonds.

The 1995 Bermuda Bowl, held in
Beijing, featured two firsts: the first
time a world championship was held
in China, and the first time Canada
and the United States faced each
other in the final round.

The U.S. squad (Dick Freeman,
Bob Hamman, Jeff Meckstroth, Nick
Nickell, Eric Rodwell and Bobby
Wolff) downed their northern neigh-
bors (Boris Baran, Fred Gitelman,
Eric Kokish, George Mittelman,
Mark Molson and Joe Silver) by 43
IMPs in the 160-deal final, surviving
a late Canadian surge that saw them
close to within 13 IMPs with 14
deals to play. ;

Today’s deal — No. 147 —
helped stem the Canadian onslaught.

The

At the other table, Rodwell
adopted a ‘different approach to the
trump suit designed to overcome K-
10-x-x in either hand. He led a trump
and finessed the queen at trick three.
When this held, he crossed’ to his
hand with a spade, led the heart
seven and let it ride!

Had the seven lost to the ten, that
would have been South’s only trump
loser. As it was, West could not score
more than one trump trick, and Rod-
well finished with 10 tricks for a 10-
IMP gain.

It would seem that Rodwell’s line
of play had more to recommend it
than his counterpart’s. Kokish’s
approach would have guarded
against the singleton king in the East
hand, but since East was three times
as likely to hold a singleton small
card as the singleton king, Rodwell’s
line appears to be superior.









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your ability to speak openly.
GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21
Keep plugging away at projects,
Gemini. You'll find you must multi-
task this week, especially when some- °
thing big arrives by midweek. Make a
list, or have a game plan in mind.

CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22
Your ability to concentrate will not
be very strong this week, Cancer.
Friends can help you along and pro-
vide the guidance you need. Expect
big news by Thursday.

LEO -— Jul 23/Aug 23

This week will be hectic and you
might feel stressed out and distracted, .
Leo. Spending long hours at work :
will not help the situation, so see if
you can sneak out early one day.

VIRGO — Aug 24/Sept 22
Unexpected glitches in a project are |
set to arise on Tuesday, Virgo. ,
You'll be full of energy for most of .
the week, so you’ll be able to tackle. -
the problem effortlessly.

LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23
Money has been burning a hole in
your pocket, and you’re ready to
spend, Libra. Better keep that cash in
check a little while longer because
you’ll soon need it.

SCORPIO — Oct 24/Nov 22
You will make tremendous progress
in fulfilling goals you’ve set for .
yourself, Scorpio. You have motiva-
tion, power and resources on your
side to get the job done right.

SAGITTARIUS — Nov 23/Dec 21
You’ll be faced with delicate top-
ics this week, Sagittarius. Don’t »
tiptoe around the issues. Get to
the heart of the situation, and be:
honest about your feelings.

CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20

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tion to plow through your work —
you’re naturally motivated. Afterward,
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PRIME Minister Tony
Blair on Wednesday was
drawn into a growing furor
over a TV reality show that
led to thousands of viewers'
complaints about abuse of an
Indian film star, saying he
opposes racism but had not
seen the program, according
to Associated Press.

His likely successor, Trea-
sury chief Gordon Brown,
waded further into the con-
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ing the conduct of some of
the show's participants.

Bollywood star Shilpa Shet-
ty, 31, has been repeatedly
reduced to tears during
"Celebrity Big Brother" by
fellow contestant Jade
Goody, who has called the
actress' cooking untrustwor-
thy, mocked her accent and
complained about her
"screeching."

"I understand that in the
U.K. there have already been
10,000 complaints from view-
ers about these remarks,

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offensive," Brown told
reporters Wednesday in
India, where he was visiting.

"J want Britain to be seen
as a country of fairness and
tolerance. Anything detract-
ing from this, I condemn,"
Brown said:

_ Shetty, meanwhile, became
the favorite to win the com-
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As the controversy grew,
so did the program's ratings.
It pulled 4.5 million viewers
on Tuesday, up from 3.5 mil-
lion on Monday.

There is a precedent for the
most abused resident of the
Big Brother house to emerge
as the winner. Goody was
lampooned and vilified for
her weight and her lack of
education before triumphing
in 2002, and at one point
demonstrators carrying "kill
the pig" placards surrounded
the house.

She went on to make mil-
lions and become a celebrity
in her own right, complete

with her own brand of per-.

fume and an exercise video.
A surge in complaints
Tuesday followed a program
in which another contestant,
former member of the band S
Club 7 Jo O'Meara, said Indi-
ans were thin because they
undercooked their food.
Keith Vaz, a member of the
House of Commons of Indian
origin, asked Blair whether
broadcasters should take care
not to transmit such material.
"I have not seen the par-

ticular program in question
and cannot comment on it,"
Blair said.

‘However, he added, "We
should oppose racism in all
its forms."

. The Indian government has
raised concerns about the
program.

Britain's Foreign Office
said it had not received any
communication from Indian
lawmakers,. but said the
British High Commission in
New Delhi had fielded thou-
sands of calls on the issue.

Blair's official spokesman
acknowledged that. any
impression Britain tolerated
racism could be damaging to
the country, but said the

adverse reaction to the pro-

gram had shown the opposite
to be true.

"The message should go
out loud and clear that we are
a tolerant country," Blair's
spokesman said.

He said Blair had no plans
to watch recordings of the
programs to review the con-
tent.

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in Patna, India, Wednes-
day, Jan. 17, 2007. Indi-
a's government plans to
protest with British
authorities the alleged
racist mistreatment of the
Indian actress on the hit
British reality TV show
"Celebrity Big Brother,"
an Indian official said
Wednesday. Reports of
the alleged mistreatment
of Bellywood starlet
Shilpa Shetty, 31, ran on
the front pages of several
Indian newspapers
Wednesday and was the
top story on television
news, which repeatedly
showed clips from the
show of the weeping
actress. The poster at
right reads "Apologize to
Shilpa for the bad treat-
ment.”

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several Indian papers
Wednesday and it was the top
story on the television news,
which repeatedly showed
clips from the show of the |
weeping actress.

"We are awaiting areport .
about the show. The govern-
ment will take appropriate
measures once it gets to know
the full details," Anand Shar-
ma, India's junior minister for -
external affairs, told journal-
ists in New Delhi on Wednes-
day.

One of the program's spon-
sors, Carphone Warehouse,
denied reports that it was
considering withdrawing.

"We are against racism in
any shape or form. As spon-
sor of Celebrity Big Brother
we have no involvement in
the content of the program,
but Channel 4 takes these’
allegations very seriously and
we have full faith that they
will deal with them in the
appropriate way," the com-
pany said.

Sylvester Stallone, in
Britain to promote his new
film "Rocky Balboa," said the
abuse was "wrong, obvious-
ly, but you can't expect peo-
ple to act normally in that sit-
uation."

"Shilpa is a beautiful
woman. Everybody should
stand corrected and just move
on," Stallone said in a radio
interview. "It's a game, peo-
ples”

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Tribune Business Editor

he Bahamas would

lose “its favourable

$20 million trade

balance” with the

European Union
(EU) if it failed to sign the Eco-
nomic Partnership Agreement
(EPA), a government document
has revealed, while hundreds of
jobs would be jeopardised if Bac-
ardi and Polymers International
shut their respective operations
due to their exports becoming
uncompetitive.

The case for signing on to the
EPA was outlined in a briefing
prepared for the Cabinet’s sub-
committee on trade by the Min-
istry of Foreign Affairs, which has
responsibility for international
trade.

The briefing was leaked to an
Internet website, and senior busi-
ness executives spoken to by The
Tribune yesterday confirmed that

Government document warns Bacardi and Polymers might leave, with
¢2.0m trade balance lost, if Bahamas fails to secure auty-free EU access

it was a genuine document. It also
confirms the details: published in
a series of Tribune Business arti-
cles last week, especially that the
deadline for the Bahamas to sub-
mit feedback on its ‘wants and
needs’ for the EPAS negotiations
was this Monday gone - January
13;

Yet the document is asking
Cabinet ministérs to decide

‘whether the Bahamas is to be

part of the Cariforum negotia-
tions on market access with the
EU, or whether an alternative
option is better.

This confirms what Tribune
Business was previously told -
that successive administrations
and the private sector had taken

their ‘eye off the ball’ in terms of
how international trade agree-
ments, coupled with the World
Trade Organisation’s (WTO)
rules-based trading system, would
impact this nation’s economy and
businesses whether it had signed
on to them or not.

The Government document
detailed that the Bahamas export-
ed some $66.315 million worth of

goods to the EU in 2004, largely ©

made up of Bacardi’s rum and
spirits products, lobster and other
sea food products, and polymers
from Polymers International in
Freeport.

These goods entered the EU
duty-free, but if the Bahamas
remains outside the EPA, they

will attract from 2008 onwards
what is called the ‘Most Favoured
Nation’ (MEN) rate of duty. This
means that EU members have to
apply the same rate of duty to the
same. imports from all nations;

_ they cannot discriminate.

If the Bahamas lost its duty-
free preferences by remaining
outside the EPA; the Bacardi,
Polymers International and sea
food products would all see their
prices increase and become
uncompetitive.

For Bacardi, loss of duty-free
access would see tariffs imposed
on its rum equivalent to $5 per
gallon.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs
document said: “An additional

Financial sector must grow to halt “brain drain’

@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor



THE Bahamas has “no choice” but to

Accounting firms eye outsourcing for growth

grow its financial services industry, the
senior partner at Deloitte & Touche
(Bahamias) told The Tribune yesterday, as
failure to do so will see a ‘brain drain’ of the
brightest Bahamian graduates and’profes-
sionals to other countries.
Raymond Winder said his company had
found that at any time there were between
- 15-20 Bahamian professionals working at
Deloitte & Touche’s various offices in the
US.
He pointed out that none of these exec-
utives had been seconded or gone through

Deloitte & Touche (Bahamas) offices, indi- :

cating that they were Bahamians who had
gone away to obtain college and university
qualifications and never come back to the

Bahamas.

Mr Winder said he
felt a similar situation
would probably exist
among the other
major accounting
firms, and said failure
to grow the Bahamian
financial services
industry would see an
increasing . ‘brain
drain’ of the brightest
Bahamian profession-
als, due to the lack of
opportunities at home. :

“To me, we have no.choice but to grow
the financial services industry,” Mr Winder

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said, “because if we’re not growing the
industry, we stand to lose a considerable
number of Bahamians who have prepared
themselves with degrees, but do not come
back to the Bahamas.”

Mr Winder was responding ta comments
made in The Tribune earlier this week by
Brian: Moree, senior partner at McKinney,
Bancroft & Hughes and chairman of the

Financial Services Consultative Forum, who .

had argued that the industry first needed to
be “marketed” to the Bahamian people if it
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cost of $5 per gallon would make
the Bahamian-produced rum
uncompetitive, and would likely
cause Bacardi to shift its produc-
tion to either Puerto Rico or
Mexico, where the MEN tariffs
are not applicable.

“For the Bahamas, the loss
would be substantial, and would
include the loss of $13. 262 million
in excise taxes, as well as the loss
of approximately 180 jobs for
Bacardi's Bahamian workers.”

Just over $35 million worth of
sea food products were exported
to the EU from the Bahamas in
2004, and loss of duty-free access
would lead to a 12.5 per cent tar-
iff being imposed. .

Referring to Anthony McKin-

ney, head of Paradise Fisheries,
the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
briefing note said this would raise
the price of Bahamian lobster by
$2-$2.50 per pound, making it
uncompetitive.

“The loss to the Bahamas
would be the value of the lobster
exported, and the income loss of
the Bahamian fishermen who
catch the lobster, as well as
$649,259 in royalties. It is possible
that alternative markets for the
lobster would be found, but there
would be no guarantee that the
price obtained would be as good
as the European Union prices,”

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Tribune Business Editor



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pushing a dilution of the Hay-
ward and.St-George family
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Port Authority (GBPA) and
Port Group Ltd, The Tribune
has learnt, a move that would
leave it and Freeport’s gover-
nance and development no

longer beholden on just a few .

personalities. >

Government finalises'
deals with cruise lines

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°°) MINISTRY of Tourism offi-

cials told The Tribune. they
hoped an announcement to
update the Bahamian public on
what is happening on a new
cruise port for Grand Bahama

The Tribune has confirmed
that the Government is eager
to see a broadening of the
GBPA and Port Group Ltd
ownership base, possibly via a
public offering that would see ~
equity participation in the com-
panies and their assets by the
likes of GBPA licencees and
landholders within the 230
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Trust-ing in transfers between jurisdictions

A TRUST is simply a legally
binding arrangement in which
a person known as a trustee
holds, manages and administers
assets originally owned and
transferred to him by a Settlor,
the person who creates the
trust). A trust is created on
behalf and for the benefit - of
certain ‘named beneficiaries or a
class of beneficiaries.

Both real and personal prop-
erty may comprise the assets of
a trust. The trustee becomes the
legal owner of the assets, origi-
nally owned by the settlor, upon
transfer of the assets to the trust

- by the settlor and execution of

the trust settlement or deed by
the trustee and the settlor
(where applicable). There may
be more than one trustee of a
trust, depending upon the
nature and extent of the trust
and/or its assets, and the wishes
of the settlor.

The beneficiaries of a trust
may receive payments from the
trust throughout its duration for
specific or general needs and/or
requests, in accordance with the
provisions of the trust settle-
ment or deed and, in some
instances, at the discretion of
the trustee(s). Certain benefi-
ciaries may also receive capital
from the trust, under the provi-
sions of the trust settlement or
deed.

However, it should be noted
that only beneficiaries of a trust
may enforce the provisions of
the trust settlement or deed
and/or seek legal action against

the trustees of the trust. A sett-_

lor may only enforce the pro-

visions of the trust and/or seek _

legal action against the trustee,
if he is a beneficiary of the trust,
and oniy in his capacity as a
beneficiary.

There are several types of
trusts:

1. Discretionary Trust

2. Non-discretionary/fixed
interest Trust

3. Part discretionary/part

fixed interest Trust
4. Revocable Trust
5: Irrevocable Trust

A discretionary trust is a trust...

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beneficiaries of the trust. The
distribution, extent of the dis-
tribution, and to whom the dis-
tribution will be made (if at all),
are determined by the trustee.

A non-discretionary/fixed
income trust is a trust where the
beneficjgries are entitled to a
fixsd see of the assets of the
trust - normally defined by the
Settlor of the trust - and the
right to such entitleracnt may
be enforced by the beneficia-
ries of that trust against the
trustee.

A part discretionary/part
fixed trust is a trust in which the
trustee acts on behalf, and for,
the benefit of a certain class of
beneficiaries during their life-
time. Thereafter, he exercises
his discretion in favour of
another class of beneficiaries.

A revocable trust is a trust

which may be revoked or can-.

celled by the settlor, in whole
or in part, at any time, and
requires that the trustee recon-
veys or transfers ownership of
the trust assets to the settlor on
revocation of the trust. An
irrevocable trust may not be
revoked or cancelled by a sett-

lor after it has been validly cre-'

ated.

Some of the advantages of
setting up a trust, as an estate
planning vehicle, over those

benefits of executing a valid will

are as follows: .

1. A trust does not have to
be probated. z

2. A trust is a confidential
document andyis not required

to. be.filed publicly...

3. A trust, affords a person

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4. A trust affords certain
insurance options, such as dis-
tribution of insurance pro-
ceeds/benefits.

5. A trust avoids delays in
beneficiaries receiving assets.

6. A trust may be used to pro-
tect assets from creditors.

A trust is no longer the per-
ceived luxury of the wealthy, as
in days past.

The establishment of a trust,
as an essential estate planning
vehicle, has become both easy
and affordable today due to a
growing number of financial
institutions offering such prod-
ucts, and legal practitioners who
provide sound legal advice,
direction and assistance in their
creation.

Transfer of trusts

An important feature of mod-
ern trust law is the principle that
the transfer of a trust from the
original trustees resident in one
jurisdiction, to new trustees res-
ident in another jurisdiction,
must be made in accordance
with the provisions of the trust
deed. This transfer must be in

compliance with the trust laws

of the jurisdiction that govern
the trust deed, in order to be
properly effectuated.

The proper law of a trust is,
the law that is specified under
the terms of the trust deed. If
the trust deed is silent on the
proper law which governs the
trust, the proper law that will
be applied to the trust will often
be that with which the trust is

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most closely connected. This
means consideration will be giv-
en to such factors as the place
where the actual administration
of the trust is carried out, the

place where the assets of the.

trust are situated, the place of
residence of the trustees, and
the place of residence of the
beneficiaries.

Although a settlor may
choose to have a trust adminis-
tered by trustees in a jurisdic-
tion different from that of the
proper law of the trust, it is
advisable that he chooses the
proper law of the trust based
on where the trustees are resi-
dent. This is because the courts
of the proper law jurisdiction
would be more inclined to
afford protection to local

trustees should a dispute arise in

relation to the trust.

Additionally, a settlor can
avoid obvious management,
control and taxation problems
by appointing trustees who are
resicent in the proper law juris-
diction.

In most trust deeds, there will
usually be some provisions that
cover the power to change the
proper law of the trust to that of
another jurisdiction. This pow-

er will often be given to the '

trustees, and a deed or decla-
ration is executed by the
trustees to effectuate the change
of the proper law.

However, reference should
also be made in the trust deed
of the desire to change the law
of the forum, meaning the
courts chosen to adjudicate any
future disputes or problems
relating to the trust, as well.

The most common method
of transferring a trust to anoth-
er jurisdiction is by having the
existing trustees appoint new
trustees in the chosen jurisdic-
tion, and then retire from the
trust via a Deed of Retirement
and Appointment. On the
retirement of the existing
trustees and the appointment
of the new ones, the trust assets
will be transferred to the new
trustees or automatically vest
in them.

However, this method is only

effective if the new trustees:are :

residevit in a jurisdiction that
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has trust laws, similar to or
based closely on, English trust
law, and the trust laws of the
jurisdiction from which the trust
will be transferred.

Alternatively, it may be nec-
essary to alter the form of the
trust settlement to take into
account the differences between
English trust law and the law
of the country to which the trust
settlement is to be transferred.
This can be done by using a
power in the trust instrument
to revoke existing trusts and to
declare new ones.

Again, much will depend on
the provisions of trust as to who
can use and enforce this power.
Normally, it will be the trustees.
If there is no powér in the trust
to do this, then application will
have to be made to the court
under the relevant statute with-
in the existing jurisdiction

In transferring a trust from
one jurisdiction to another, con-
sideration will have to be made
to the following issues (alinough
this is. by no means an exhaus-
tive list):

* The similarities and differ- ©

ences in the trust laws of both
jurisdictions.

* The interests of the benefi-
ciaries and whether the change
of jurisdiction/change of trustees
will have any adverse or preju-
dicial effect on these interests.

* The interpretation of cer-
tain words compared with other
jurisdictions; particular atten-
tion should be made to any
terms of the provisions or pow-
ers that may be altered because
of the change in jurisdiction.

* The appointment of a_

trustee in the new proper law
jurisdiction.

Another consideration with
regard to the transfer of trusts is
the existence of a flee clause in
the trust instrument, which will
have the effect of changing the
management and administra-
tion of a trust to another juris-
diction on the occurrence of a
particular event, such as politi-

cal instability, civil unrest and

taxation.

>» The flee clatise will normally
contain some provision. that, on -

the occurrence of some prede-
termined event ,the trustees will
automatically retire and new,
specified trustees will be
appointed in another jurisdic-
tion. It will also state that the
proper law and law of the forum
will also be changed ai the same
time as the change in trustees.

_ The jurisdiction to which the
trust will flee should have com-
parable trust laws to that of the
former jurisdiction, in order to
avoid any possible future con-
flicts. It should normally be one
in which the original trustees
have some representation or
office. ‘

It should be noted that the
new trustees who are appointed
under a Deed of Retirement
and Appointment should, as a
matter of good practice, review
the trust laws of the.or ginal/for-
mer jurisdiction to er ure they
are comparable to thuse of the
country in which they are resi-
dent, and carefully vet the pro-
visions of the trust deed to
make certain they are accept-
able in terms of the duties, pow-
ers, obligations,’ risks,and
indemnities that they will

assume in accepting to act as —

the new trustees of the trust.

The new trustees should also
investigate the existing rela-
tionship between the original
trustees and the beneficiaries,
and any administration and
accounting issues that may pose
potential conflicts. -

NB: The information con-
tained in this article does not
constitute nor is it a substitute
for legal advice. Persons reading
this article and/or column, gen-
erally, are encouraged to seek
the relevant legal advice and
assistance regarding issues that
may affect them and may relate
to the information presented.
© 2007. Tyrone L. E. Fitzgerald.
All rights reserved.

Tyrone L. E. Fitzgerald is a
practising attorneywith Fitzger-
ald & Fitzgerald. Should you
have any comments or enquiries
regarding the content of this
article, you may contact Mr
Fitzgerald at Suite 212, Lagoon
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: 19.56 +.04| StInA —FSTAX 11,7 BioDisAp FBDIX 61 Henderson Gibl Fis: alBt SFVBX 15.12 +01] M : 9 | EMMKtA PEMAX 8 51 4.02 .19 +.03| STFed — VSGBX .
USGovtA pABUSX 4.78 +. BalCapl MACPX 27.54 -.03 | US Micro ‘ 5 73 +01 93. +.05 GrthB .01 | Munder Funds A: 90 +.02 | LoCpEqp ALEAX 5.9 UBS Funds CIC: 10.27
01 | TotRet!l DFSCX 15.74 -.04 | Fidelity Advisor B: CallnsA p FRCIX 12 IntOppA p HFOAX rthBt — SGRBX 13.66 +.02 | M GrincA —PDIAX 17. ‘ 95 4.01 . STisry _VFISK .
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AL “ KTIX. 12.12 +01 | COrGrOW HFCGX BLBX 22.89 +.02 | HI y IFLA NAMFX 11.01 S 91 +.01 ; TatRetinc VTINX 1
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LgCpGrB t APGBX 1892 +03 | Growth intGFxin DFIGX 11.22 +.02 | Di 1X 23.08 +.09 | GoldPrM.A FKRCX 30. 03 | Fy VX 1478 -01] HilncC — SHICX 05| FinSvZ TEFAX 23.02 EmM 1454 -.05 | Robeco Invest Fas: World UMBWX 32 x 13.98 *
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INSIDE THE GAME | COMMENTARY

Quarterbacks still driving the Super Bowl bus

BY MARK PURDY
San Jose Mercury News
During an interview long ago, Joe

Montana gave me a great analogy. He

described how playing quarterback at

the highest level was a lot like being

a driver who enters a complicated

intersection in the busiest part of

a big city.

The driver pulls up to the inter-

- section. Traffic is coming from all

’ directions. Other cars are pulling out
of various parking lots along the
streets, all at full speed. Within sec-

_ onds, the driver must decide which
way to steer or pass. And if he hesi-
tates at all, he will be sideswiped by
Lawrence Taylor.

Well, that was back in Montana’s
day. Today, it would be Ray Lewis or

Brian Urlacher.

I have never forgotten that com-
parison. It fueled my belief that play-
ing quarterback in the NFL is the
hardest job in pro sports.

It also fueled my belief that when
picking playoff games, you can never

- ZO wrong with picking the best quar-
terbacks — because, in the postsea-
son, the intersections and the traffic
are even more chaotic.

In those conditions, you have to

.'. trust the man behind the steering

- wheel. Quarterbacks win those
’-games. I don’t know why so many
people try to make it more compli-
cated.

The theory held last weekend. Did

NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

Grossman
determined
to succeed

i Despite all the naysayers, Rex Grossman is similar to
Jim McMahon, the Chicago Bears’ last championship
quarterback: There is no shortage of confidence here.

BY DAVID J. NEAL



STEPHEN DUNN/GETTY IMAGES

COOL UNDER FIRE: There’s a reason
Tom Brady is 12-1 in the playoffs.

you notice how, in all four games, the
better quarterback won?

This was true even in Chicago,
where the Bears’ Rex Grossman is
still working on his learner’s permit.
Grossman made more and better
quick decisions than Matt Hasselbeck
of the Seattle Seahawks. By a narrow
margin, perhaps. But, on the whole,
that was the case.

The same principle held in New
Orleans, where the Saints’ Drew

- - Sh ee ele Se ley

Brees was slightly better than Jeff
Garcia of the Philadelphia Eagles,
althqugh both were pretty good.

Made a person wonder: What
would have happened in San Diego
on Sunday if the Chargers still had
Brees as their quarterback? Last sum-
mer, they allowed him to vamoose as
a free agent so that Philip Rivers
could replace him. But once Sunday’s
game came down to the last quarter,
with everything in the balance, the
matchup between Rivers and Tom
Brady of the New England Patriots
was no contest. Brady-against-Brees
would have been a fairer fight.

And, in Baltimore, the Colts’ Pey-
ton Manning against the Ravens’
Steve McNair wasn’t fair at all.

This theory also explains why, for
the rest of the Super Bow] tourna-
ment, there is no need for detailed
dissection. All four teams are good; if
they weren't, they already would be
gone. But, in the end, quarterbacks
make the difference. Assuming that
the four guys left play their normal
games, here is how they rank — and
how their teams will finish:

1. Tom Brady: He has less to
work with than ever, but he is at the
peak of his game now. Brady’s won-
lost record in the playoffs is 12-1. You
know what that means. When Brady
wins another Super Bowl, it will
doubtless spark many pointless
debates about whether he is a better
quarterback than Montana, whose

PRO FOOTBALL

postseason record was 16-7.

Do I have to go over this again? It
is impossible to compare quarter-
backs of different eras, even of just a

decade apart. The best three quarter-

backs in NFL history were Otto Gra-
ham, Johnny Unitas and Montana.
Graham played without a face mask,
and he led his team in rushing touch-
downs three times. Unitas faced
defensive backs who could legally
maul his receivers. Montana had to |
play at a speed that neither of the
previous two encountered and mem-
orize a deeply-sophisticated play-
book. Brady also has to deal with an
era of free agency, where the parts
around him change constantly.

So you tell me: How can you rank
one quarterback against another?

The answer is, you can’t.

2. Peyton Manning: You can,
however, rank and compare quarter-
backs of the same era. And, right
now, Brady has the decisive edge
over Manning. Brady has won both
their previous playoff meetings. His
body temperature seems to be 5 de-
grees cooler than that of Manning,
who tends to force more and more
passes as a game tightens.

Brady received a huge break Sun-

day when Chargers defender Marlon .

McCree picked off a fourth-quarter
pass and promptly fumbled it back to
the Patriots. But did you notice how
Brady wasn’t rattled and picked up
the drive as if it had never stopped?



Would Manning have done that?

' He might get to a Super Bow] some-

day, but it would be a shock if he gets
there by beating Brady.
3. Drew Brees: His comeback

- from surgery shows his guts. And,

after playing his college ball at Pur-
due, the fierce Chicago weather this
weekend won’t intimidate him.

4, Rex Grossman: The Bears
have no choice but to put him behind
the wheel. One or two more of his
passes could have been intercepted
Sunday, but, when needed, he was on
the money.

There are always exceptions to
my theory, of course. In Super Bowl
XXXVII, Oakland Raiders quarter-
back Rich Gannon was better than
Brad Johnson of the Tampa Bay Buc-
caneers, but Johnson beat Gannon —
largely, I believe, because Bucs head
coach Jon Gruden knew Gannon’s
every tendency from their time
together in Oakland.

There is no comparable situation
this year. That’s good for Brady, but
it’s bad for everyone else.

Something else to note, especially
for NFL player-personnel people: All
of those wacky wide receivers who
drew so much attention during the
regular season — Terrell Owens,
Chad Johnson, Randy Moss, et al. —
no longer are in the Super Bowl hunt.

Quarterbacks are the ones who
still matter. They have the car keys.
Always have. Always will.

dneal@MiamiHerald.com

CHICAGO — He doesn’t
wear sunglasses, and though
spiked hair has made.a small
comeback, his mop is pretty
mundane. But there is more
than a little something about
Chicago Bears quarterback
Rex Grossman that is reminis-
cent of his 1980s predecessor.
Jim McMahon. ,

Both first drew national
attention in pass-happy col-

lege offenses well away from .

where they grew up. Both pos-

sess a confidence that

wouldn’t break even if you

could find its boundaries to
try.

' When someone suggested

Wednesday ‘that the Bears

‘ ’ Inight try to work the running.

“game to control time of pos-
session, keep the ball away
from the New Orleans Saints’
offense and reduce the num-
ber of possessions in the NFC
Championship Game, Gross-
man dismissed the idea.

“I’m looking to score more
points than they do,” he said.
“I’m not looking to hold the
ball. That’s just my perspec-
tive on Wednesday. That just
seems to make sense to me.

“We're going to try to do
every single play the way

- we’re coached and not try to
‘hold the ball’ because we’ve

scored more points than the
Saints this season. We look at
it as we’re a pretty good
offense ourselves, and we’re
going to go out ready to
attack.”

Saints linebacker Scott
Fujita noticed this: “He has got
every throw in his arm, and
he’s got a lot of poise. He’s got
a little bit of gunslinger in him,
too, which can make you a lit-
tle bit nervous that he can
make those plays.”

And Grossman, like McMa-
hon, could be broken physi-
cally, but not mentally.

“All the stuff [Grossman]
has gone through nationally
and locally to respond with
play like he did is a tribute to
his mental toughness,” Bears
offensive coordinator Ron
Turner said after Sunday’s
divisional-round victory
against the Seattle Seahawks.
“Nobody is stronger mentally
than Rex Grossman.”

The main difference
between Grossman and
McMahon? The Bears’ last
Super Bowl quarterback —
heck, the last two Bears NFL
championship quarterbacks —
just had to stay above com-
plete incompetence. Produc-
tive as McMahon was, he theo-
retically could have taken a
knee on every snap of the 1985
Bears’ first two playoff games.

_ COUNTDOWN TO SUPER BOWL XLI



JONATHAN DANIEL/GETTY IMAGES

CHICAGO HOPE: Bears quarterback Rex Grossman has struggled often this season, but he got his team to the NFC
title game, and his confidence isn’t lacking at all. Now he just has to get past the Saints to get to the Super Bowl.

The defense put up two shut-
outs and scored a touchdown
in the NFC title game, and the
special teams got a touchdown
in the divisional round.

KEY TO VICTORY

Before last weekend, the
talk around and about Chicago
was that Grossman would be
the only reason the Bears
could lose to the Seahawks in
the divisional round. Turns
out, Grossman was the main
reason the Bears got to the
NFC Championship Game.

And, on Sunday, he might
be the main reason the Bears
get to the Super Bowl for the
first time since those. 1985
Super Bowl Shuffling Bears.

The Saints bring the NFL’s
No. 1 offense, which played up
to its regular-season ranking





‘SUPER BOWL XXIV

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e Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans
e MVP: Joe Montana, QB, San Francisco

After the 49ers had pushed the score to
55-10 early in the fourth quarter, the scoreboard
in the west end of the Louisiana Superdome had

enough: It malfunctioned.

The points in this game came so steadily, the

scoreboard apparently suffered from

short-circuitry problems.

It was emblematic of a game that remains the most lopsided in

Super Bowl history.

Technicians could not fix the scoreboard, so, for the final 13
minutes of the game, there were some noticeable patches of

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last weekend. The Bears have
the NFL’s No. 5 defense, No. 1
in the NFC, which has been
erratic about playing up to its
ranking over the past two
months. That stretch was seen
in microcosm in the 27-24
overtime victory over Seattle,
a game that the Bears offense
won when Seattle’s was
unable to do so.

Grossman went 21 of 38 for
282 yards in that game. His
interception, like several of his
incompletions, was a drop of
an imperfect but very catch-
able pass.

All day, from the first quar-
ter to overtime, Grossman
came up with good throws for
massive gains when the Bears
needed them. ,

Yet on Soldier Field-bound
subways before the game, fans

darkness, with it reading: “9ER 5, ONCO 1.”

Niners quarterback Joe Montana completed

» 22 of 29 passes for 297 yards for a Super
Bowl-record five touchdowns, and he left the
game with 11 minutes to play.

“We are the best,” 49ers wide receiver Jerry
Rice told reporters after his seven-reception,
148-yard, three-touchdown performance.

A disconsolate Broncos quarterback John
Elway said afterward: ‘They were too good. The
bottom line is, we lost to a better team.”

As the 49ers established themselves as a

force and the Broncos lost their third Super
Bowl in four years, the Superdome scoreboard

wasn’t the only thing sputtering.

The game’s television rating of 39.0 was the worst in prime
time and the least-watched Super Bowl since 1969, when the New
York Jets beat the Baltimore Colts 16-7.

- SARAH ROTHSCHILD

threw Grossman’s name in
with the line of fair-to-awful
Bears quarterbacks that have
succeeded Sid Luckman
(McMahon excepted).

URLACHER’S PRAISE

“Rex was 14-3 at the start of
this year,” Bears linebacker
Brian Urlacher, the leader of
the defense, said in a confer-
ence call. “I don’t know how
many guys in the NFL can say
that this season. I don’t care
what his numbers are, what
people write about him. He’s
14-3. That’s enough said for
me.

“Tm just tired of people
talking about him, especially
our media around here. The
dude has won 14 games at the
start of this year. That’s pretty
good, if you ask me.”

Grossman sounded a bit
tired of it, too, particularly
when he was asked if this sea-
son has been fun for him.

“Why wouldn’t it be?” he
said in reply.

“T’m not sure'I have to
explain why this is fun —
being in the NFC Champion-
ship Game, the Chicago Bears
QB, playing with a bunch of
great guys making plays,”
Grossman said. “This is what
it’s all about. It’s not about pat-
ting yourself on the back or
reading something that says
you played great or you’re the
best or all that crap. I’m just
excited about everything that’s
happened.

“All the scrutiny is part of
it. It’s part of my responsibility
as a quarterback to deal with
some of that.”

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL



NO. 2 WISCONSIN 69, PURDUE 64

Red-hot Badgers win

BY CHRIS JENKINS
Associated Press

MADISON, Wis. — Wis-
consin coach Bo Ryan was
stunned by just how open Pur-
due left some of his outside
shooters Wednesday night.

That was by design, and it
nearly worked.

“Kam Taylor and Brian
Butch have never been left
that wide open from 3-point
range,” Ryan said. “That might
be the new strategy.”

On an off night for main
scoring threats Taylor and
Alando Tucker, Michael Flow-
ers scored 15 points, and cen-
ter Jason Chappell hit two key
3-pointers, as the second-
ranked Badgers beat the Boil-
ermakers 69-64.

It was the 14th consecutive
victory for the Badgers (18-1,
4-0 Big Ten), who have the
nation’s longest winning
streak and are enjoying the
highest ranking in school his-
tory. But it didn’t come easily,
as a late Purdue rally fell short.

Gordon Watt had 18 points
for the Boilermakers (13-6,
2-3), who haven’t won on the



ANDY MANIS/AP

ON THE BREAK: Michael Flowers of Wisconsin drives past
Chris Lutz of Purdue in the second half Wednesday night.
Flowers scored 15 points in the Badgers’ narrow victory.

road in nearly three years.
Purdue coach Matt Painter
was happy with his team’s
effort in a tough environment,
but said he didn’t believe in

moral victories.

“J thought our guys were
good tonight,” Painter said.
“But I thought they needed to

Trying to pull off an
unlikely road win, Painter told
his team to focus on taking
away Tucker and Taylor and
challenge Wisconsin’s role
players to beat them.

“I have all the respect in the
world for those guys,” Painter
said. “I’m not saying the other
guys can’t score, because I
think they can.”

And they did, at least when
it counted.

Purdue’s defense held
Tucker and Taylor to a com-
bined 7-for-26 from the field,
although both made enough
free throws to finish with 14
and 13 points, respectively.

Taylor was 0-for-6 from
3-point range, but Ryan
expects him to rebound
quickly. ;

“Kam, I think he’ll have one
of those games again where
he’s like 4-of-6 from 3,” Ryan
said.

Ryan said he saw Tucker
get frustrated by physical play
at times.

“Tuck’s been played tough
by a lot of other teams, too,”

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they’re going to take certain
things away.”

Tucker said the fact that
other players stepped up was a
key to the Badgers’ continued
success this season.

“Me and Kammron looked
at each other and said, ‘Hey,
that’s what we need,’ ” Tucker
said. :
Despite all those open out-
side shots, Wisconsin. was
only 3-for-17 from 3-point
range — and two of them
came from their 6-foot-10 cen-
ter. Chappell hit a 3-pointer to
put the Badgers ahead 40-39
with 13:32 remaining — Wis-
consin’s first lead of the sec-
ond half.

Ryan said Chappell has the
green light to shoot 3-pointers
under certain circumstances.

“Jason decided, ‘Well, why
not me?” Ryan said.

Chappell’s shot touched off
a16-4 run midway through the
second half — though there
wasn’t much actual running
involved, as the Badgers
methodically opened up a 10-
point lead over 6 minutes.

Flowers scored eight points

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14th game in a row

in the run, including a haphaz-

_ard shot as he was stumbling

out of bounds that fell in to put
the Badgers ahead 51-43.
Tucker later scored on an
inside move to push the Bad-
gers’ lead to 10 with 7:47 left.

But the Badgers struggled
to put away the Boilermakers.

“We're doing enough to
pull out wins, but it’s only so
long that you have,” Tucker
said.

Keaton Grant’s fast-break
layup with 39 seconds left
brought the Boilermakers
within 67-62. Taylor made one
of two free throws for Wis-
consin with 36 seconds left.
Purdue missed and rebounded
two 3-point attempts, finally
settling for a putback by Carl
Landry that made it 68-64 with
4.3 seconds left.

Landry scored 16 points for
Purdue in ‘his first-ever
matchup with younger brother
Marcus, a sophomore at Wis-
consin. Both brothers are from
the Milwaukee area.

“I always win,” Carl Landry
said. “But, today, little bro
came out on top, I guess.”



WEDNESDAY’S OTHER GAMES

Conley, Butler
boost Buckeyes;
"Bama falls hard

From Miami Herald Wire Services

Ohio State’s point-guard tandem
of Mike Conley Jr. and Jamar Butler
showed that they could do more than
pass in leading the seventh-ranked
Buckeyes past Northwestern 73-41 on
Wednesday night.

Conley scored a career-high 17
points, Butler added 16, and both had
big baskets in the opening half as the
Buckeyes (15-3, 3-1 Big Ten) contin-
ued their home domination of the
Wildcats.

Northwestern (10-8, 0-5) has not
won in Columbus since Feb. 24, 1977
— a string of 24 consecutive losses
on the Buckeyes’ home court.

Othello Hunter added 10 points for
the Buckeyes, who have won five of
their past six. Conley had 10 assists —
two more than all of Northwestern.

Ohio State freshman Greg Oden
finished with five points, six
rebounds and five blocked shots.

Craig Moore had 11 points for the
Wildcats, who lost their fifth game in
a row. They were coming off a 56-50
loss at home to No. 2 Wisconsin in
which they led for much of the game.

The Wildcats played without top
scorer Kevin Coble, who missed his
second game with a sprained ankle.

e Vanderbilt 94, No. 10 Ala-
bama 73: Shan Foster scored 27
points, and the Commodores, in their
best shooting game this season,
pulled off the upset at home.

Vanderbilt hit a season-high 15
3-pointers in 28 attempts and shot
58 percent overall in pulling off its
second home upset of a ranked team
in eight days. Vandy beat then-No. 16
Tennessee 82-81 on Jan. 10.

Vandy (12-6, 2-2 Southeastern
Conference) never let Alabama (14-3,
1-2) get close after the opening min-
utes in handing the Tide a ninth con-
secutive loss in Nashville. Alabama

hasn’t won there since 1990,-under

then-coach Wimp Sanderson.

The Tide missed its first four
shots and last led 14-12 after a basket
by Richard Hendrix. That was it, as
Vanderbilt just kept hitting shots in
taking a 54-37 halftime lead. The
Commodores were up by as many as
25 points in the final minutes.

Derrick Byars scored 15 points for
Vanderbilt. Ross Neltner added 14,
and Alex Gordon and Dan Cage each
contributed 12.

Mykal Riley led Alabama with 21
points. Jermareo Davidson added 18,
Hendrix had 14 and Alonzo Gee ll.
Ronald Steele, who had been averag-
ing 10.5 points, had only five.

e No. 16 Louisiana State 62,
Mississippi 55: Tasmin Mitchell and
Terry Martin combined for 22 sec-
ond-half points, leading Louisiana
State to victory at home.

Mitchell scored 14 of his 19 points
in the second half, and Martin had
eight of his 15 after the break.

With the Tigers (13-4, 2-1 SEC)
eading by one points and less than

5 minutes to play, Martin and Mitch-
ell both hit big shots.

Martin knocked down his fourth
3-pointer of the game to give LSU a
50-46 lead with 4:44 remaining. On
the Tigers’ next possession, Mitchell
hit a 3-pointer that put them ahead
53-46. Mississippi didn’t get closer
than five points the rest of the game.

Glen Davis had II points for LSU.

Clarence Sanders paced the Reb-
els (12-6, 1-3) with 12 points. Dwayne
Curtis had all of his 11 points in the
second half, and reserve Kenny Wil-
liams added 10.

Mississippi got within one point
three times in the second half, the last
at 47-46 on a basket by Sanders with
5:08 left before Martin and Mitchell
hit the big 3-pointers.

e No. 18 Butler 67, Youngs-
town St. 39: Pete Campbell scored a
season-high 17 points, and the Bull-
dogs won at home on the strength of
their outside shooting.

Butler (16-2, 4-1 Horizon League)
was 14-of-24 from 3-point range and
made seven treys in a row in a 4-min-
ute stretch that broke the game open
midway through the first half. Camp-
bell hit all five of his 3-point attempts
in the first half, surpassing his previ-
ous high of 12 points since he trans-
ferred from Indiana-Purdue Fort
Wayne in 2005.

The Bulldogs were 10-of-13 on
3-pointers in taking a 42-18. halftime
lead. They widened it to as many as
33 points with less than 2 minutes left
in the game.

Mike Green added 16 points and
10 rebounds for the Bulldogs, who
stretched their home winning streak
to 18 games. _

Keston Roberts had 11 points for
Youngstown State (8-11, 3-4).

e Villanova 102, No. 20 Notre
Dame 87: Freshman Scottie Reyn-
olds scored 27 points, Curtis Sumpter
had 21, and Dante Cunningham added
19, leading the Wildcats to an upset
victory at home.

Mike Nardi scored 18 points, and
the Wildcats (12-5, 2-3 Big East) hit 10
3-pointers to get a sorely-needed
conference victory heading into Sat-
urday’s game against No. 21 Texas.

Russell Carter hit six 3-pointers
and scored 26 points, Colin Falls had
five 3-pointers and 17 points, and
Luke Harangody scored 13 points for
the Irish (15-3, 3-2) in their first trip to
the Pavilion since 1996.

Reynolds has been sensational
lately, and he sparked the Wildcats
down the stretch. He scored 12 of 17
points in one spurt late in the second
half, helping the Wildcats keep the
lead each time the Irish cut into it
with another 3-pointer.

e Auburn 83, No. 22 Tennes-
see 80: Quan Prowell made four free
throws in the final 22 seconds, and
the Tigers rallied from a 14-point def-
icit over the final 10 minutes, winning
at home and giving the Volunteers

be special to get the victory.” Ryan said. “But the Big Ten,

WOULD YOU LIKE A TURNOVER? Daequan Cook of
and steals the ball on Wednesday night in Co

their third consecutive jarring defeat.

The Tigers (12-7, 2-2 SEC) scored
18 points in a row, overcoming the
big deficit, then iced the game at the
free-throw line in the final minutes.
They had lost 15 games in a row
against ranked opponents, a streak
that went back nearly three years.

The Vols (13-5, 1-2) had lost their
previous two games by a combined
three points on shots in the final sec-
onds. They took another big blow
after leading 66-52 midway through
the second half.

Prowell scored 19 of his 21 points
in the second half for the Tigers, and
Frank Tolbert added 24 points.

Lofton led the Vols with 22 points.

e Florida State 82, No. 23 Vir-
ginia Tech 73: Al Thornton grabbed
13 rebounds and scored all of his 27
points in the second half, and the host
Seminoles snapped a three-game los-
ing streak, handing the Hokies their
first Atlantic Coast Conference loss
of the season.

Toney Douglas added 22 points
for Florida State (13-5, 1-3), which
nearly blew an 18-point second-half
lead before Thornton took control.

Virginia Tech (13-5, 3-1 ACC),
which beat Duke and then-No. 1
North Carolina in an eight-day span,
pulled within 52-51 midway through
the second half on a jumper by Cole-
man Collins but never took the lead.

Zabian Dowdell had 23 points for
the Hokies, who moved into the Top
25 this week for the first time since

1996. They had won four games ina ,

row and nine of 10.

ELSEWHERE

e Boston College: Center Sean
Williams and forward Akida McLain,
both suspended earlier this season,
have been dismissed permanently
from the program because of an
unspecified violation of team rules.

In a statement, coach Al Skinner
and athletic director Gene DeFilippo
declined to comment on the players’
specific conduct.

Williams was suspended for the
first two games of the season for an



unspecified violation of team rules;
McLain for nine.

The 6-foot-10 Williams, third
among shot-blockers in the NCAA,
started 15 games this season, averag-
ing 12.1 points, 6.9 rebounds and 5.0
blocks per game. The junior had 19
points, 15 rebounds and seven blocks
in an 84-66 loss at No. 6 Kansas on
Dec. 23. McLain, 6 feet 8, averaged
2.0 points and 1.5 rebounds in two
games. The junior missed six games
because of an ankle injury.

Boston College (13-4, 5-0 ACC)
plays at Clemson on Saturday. The
Eagles have won six games in a row.

e Notre Dame: Point guard Kyle
McAlarney, suspended from the team
after being arrested last month on a
marijuana -charge, has entered into a
pretrial diversion program.

The agreement would allow McA-
larney to have the charge against him
dismissed Jan. 18, 2008, if he meets
certain requirements, such as passing
random drug tests and staying out of
trouble.

McAlarney, 19, a sophomore from
Staten Island, N.Y., was arrested on
Dec. 29 after marijuana was discov-
ered in his car during a routine traffic
stop a few blocks from campus. The
arrest came hours after he scored a
career-high 21 points against Rider.

e Alabama: Avery Jukes, who
played three games this season as a
freshman, has transferred to Butler
and will become eligible to play bas-
ketball in December.

The 6-foot-8 Jukes will begin
classes this week and will have three
years of eligibility remaining.

Jukes averaged 17 points and 12
rebounds per game as a senior at
South Gwinnett High in Georgia.

LATE TUESDAY

e No. 11 Oklahoma State 105,
No. 21 Texas 103 (3 OTs): Mario
Boggan set career highs with 37
points and 20 rebounds and hit the
game-winning three-pointer with 3.2
seconds left in the third overtime,
saving the Cowboys on their home
court in Stillwater, Okla.



TERRY GILLIAM/AP

Ohio State steps in front of Northwestern's Jeremy Nash
lumbus, Ohio. The Buckeyes, ranked No. 7, won big: 73-41.

Kevin Durant, the Big 12’s leading
scorer and rebounder, put Texas on
top with a three-point play with 10.5
seconds left, but there was still time
for Boggan.

He took the ensuing inbounds pass
near midcourt and:-fought through
defenders to launch a three-pointer
from the left wing. After AJ. Abrams
of Texas was called for traveling with
0.2 seconds left, clinching clinch the
victory for the Cowboys, Boggan fell
to the floor and was joined by his cel-
ebrating teammates.

Boggans entered the game 5 for 33 —
from three-point range this season.

JamesOn Curry added 28 points
and nine rebounds, Terrel Harris
scored 16 points and Byron Eaton had
ll for Oklahoma State (16-2, 2-1 Big
12), which also won a double-over-
time game against Pittsburgh earlier
this season.

Durant, a freshman, tied his career
best with 37 points for the Longhorns
(13-4, 3-1). ;

e Utah 85, No. 13 Air Force 79:
Luke Nevill had 18 points and 10
rebounds as the host Utes (6-12, 1-4
Mountain West) beat the Falcons
(17-2, 4-1).

e No. 17 Memphis 79, Ala-
bama-Birmingham 54: Robert
Dozier had 15 points and eight

‘yebounds to lead the host Tigers

(14-3, 4-0 Conference USA) past the

Blazers (10-8, 2-2) for their sixth con- | oe

secutive victory.

Joey Dorsey had 12 rebounds for
Memphis, and ‘Antonio Anderson had
a career-high nine assists.

e No. 25 Kentucky 87, South
Carolina 49: Joe Crawford tied his
career high with 23 points, and the
Wildcats (15-3, 4-0 SEC) extended
their winning streak to ll by routing
the Gamecocks (10-6, 0-3).

It was the worst home loss for
South Carolina since a 64-11 defeat by
Wake Forest in 1915.

e Indiana 71, lowa 64: D,J.
White tied career highs with 23
points and 12 rebounds to lead the
host Hoosiers (13-4, 4-1 Big Ten) over
the Hawkeyes (10-8, 2-2).

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THE MIAMI HERALD | MiamiHerald.

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MMENTARY

PRO BASKETBALL









Nowitzki knows it’s time to get that ring

BY JEAN-JACQUES TAYLOR
The Dallas Morning News

The continued maturation
of Dirk Nowitzki has nothing
to do with scoring points or
grabbing rebounds.

It’s about Nowitzki’s under-
standing of the game’s
nuances and how those subtle-
ties will help Dallas win a
championship, because that’s
all that matters this season.

Little things like letting
Josh Howard exert himself
offensively and develop into a
star without pouting, and set-
ting picks to free Jason Terry
for open jumpers. Little things
like defending the paint and
contesting shots and playing
well despite sprained ankles
and sinus infections.

You can take the Mavs’ suc-
cess — at least 50 victories
each of the past six seasons —
for granted, if you like. You
can even take Mark Cuban’s

on players and Avery John-
son’s success for granted, if
you must. .

But don’t ever take a player
like Nowitzki for granted.
Ever.

Not in this era of pampered,
pompous superstars with
bloated guaranteed contracts
and egos to match.

The 28-year-old German,
who is regularly the last player
to leave practice, has reached
the point in his nine-year
career where winning a cham-
pionship is his sole goal.

Isn’t that really how it
should be? Do you think there
would be all this talk about







Erem Miami Herald Wire Services

WASHINGTON Caron
Butler performed the kind of
heroics usually reserved for Gil-
bert Arenas, dunking with 2.2
seconds remaining Wedaesday
night to give the Washington
Wizards a 99-98 victory over the
New York Knicks.

With the Knicks smothering —

Arenas, Butler took a feed from
DeShawn Stevenson and put
-home the one-handed slam to
give the first-place Wizards their
ninth consecutive home victory
and a half-game lead over
Orlando in the Southeast Divi-
sion.

Butler had 27 points and a
career-high 10 assists. Arenas,
who has been stealing headlines
with high-scoring games and
buzzer-beating game-winners,
was shadowed by Stephon Maz-
bury all evening and was held to
16 points on 4-for-14 shooting.
Washington improved to a mea-
ger 4-14 when he scores 26 or
fewer.

_ Quentin Richardson scored a
season-high 35 points and

'. grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the

Knicks, whoé had won four of five
to move into contention in the
weak Atlantic Division.

Jamal Crawford's short
jumper in the paint gave the
Knicks a 98-97 lead with 12.4 sec-
onds remaining. After Butler’s
dunk, the Knicks could only take
a quick desperation shot at the

“buzzer because they were oui of

timeouts.

JAZZ 100, PISTONS 99
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. —

'. The Jazz spoiled Chris Webber’s

‘debut and Chauncey Billups’

~ comeback with the Pistons.

Deron Williams scored a
career-high 31 points, had 10
assists and made a 3-pointer with
44 seconds left to help Utah hold

oy ‘off Detroit.

The Pistons had a chance to

‘win the game after a timeout

with 5.1 seconds left, but Billups

_missed a shot just before the

buzzer.
Mehmet Okur had 10 of his 22
points in the fourth quarter to

’ help Utah improve to 4-0 over

the past two seasons against his
former team. Utah’s Carlos
Boozer had 20 points and nine
rebounds and reserve Matt
Harping added 10 points.
Webber, who signed the pre-
vious day, was with the team for
only the morning shootaround
before entering the game with
10:07 left in the first half and was
welcomed by a standing ovation.





A FINAL STING: After coming up short in the NBA Finials,

Dirk Nowitzki is determined

whether Carmelo Anthony
and Allen Iverson can co-exist
in Denver if # were just about
winning? In Denver, like a lot
of other NBA cities, the team’s
best players worry more about
shot totals and scoring aver-

to clase the deal this spring.

agesithan about earning victo-
ries.
‘That's not the case in Dal-



tas, which is why Mavs tans
should be on (eli Kris SYaLry
day thanking the basketball
gods for blessing them with

WEDNESD

AY’S NBA GAMES

Nowitzki.

Nowitzki, who averages
24.9 points and 9.4 rebounds
per game, has figured out
what’s important. The NBA is
about rings. Russell, Magic
and Jordan made it that way.
Nothing else matters.

You disagree? Ask Charles
Barkley. Ask Karl Malone. Go
ahead, ask them what they
would’ve traded for a champi-
onship ring. A scoring title? A
rebounding title? Cash? Maybe

‘all of them.

Ask any of the Mavericks
what they would’ve traded not
to blow a 2-0 lead in the NBA
Finals last June. Nowitzki
wants a title, so he suppresses
his ego. Don’t be naive. He has
an ego. A big one. Evéry super-
star does. You can’t succeed
without it. Few stars, though,
control their egos.

“Dirk knows what he’s
capable of doing,” Johnson
said. “When a guy has high
self-esteem and confidence,
little things don’t bother him.”

Now you know why Now-
itzki is content letting Howard
tind his rhythm early in games.
Nine times this season, How-
ard has scored 10 or more
points in the first quarter. It
helps that Dallas is 32-2 during
the past two seasons when
Howard scores at least 20
points. .

On average, Nowitzki takes
only one more shot per game

-than Howard. Kobe Bryant

takes seven more shots per
game than any other team-
mate, as does LeBron James.
Only seven times in the past 18

games has Nowitzki led the
Mavericks in scoring, but he
can dominate when necessary.
Like the 35 points he scored in
Phoenix to stop the Mavericks’
0-4 start and the 36 points he
dropped in a recent road vic-
tory over San Antonio.

Tn the offseason, the Maver-
icks solidified their bench by
acquiring players such as
Devean George and Greg
Buckner, who give johnson
the ability to match any style
and overwhelm opponents
with depth. The Mavs have
won 16 games by double digits.

More important, Nowitzki
is playing only 35 minutes a
game. He’s averaged 38 min-
utes a game in five of the past
six seasons. Although a reduc-
tion of three minutes a game



: MATT SLOCUM/AP
SOLE FOCUS: Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki doesn’t feel
obligated to outscore All-Star foes like Houston’s Tracy
McGrady, left. Nowitzki just wants that elusive NBA title.

doesn’t sound like much, mul-
tiply it by 82 games, and it’s
the equivalent of playing five
fewer games a season.

So when he plays 25 min-
utes and scores only 11 points,
like he did recently against the
Portland Trail Blazers, Now-
itzki is OK with that. -

He understands the more
rest he gets now, the better he
should be in the playoffs.
Besides, Dallas is 4-0 this sea-
son when he scores 14 points
or less.

“When you come in the
league, you want to prove
yourself,” Nowitzki said. “But
T’ve been an All-Star a bunch
of times, and winning is the
only thing that matters.”

Spoken like a man who
wants a championship ring.



The five-time All-Star made his
first shot before missing his mext
four and finishing with fwo
points. five rebounds and three



6 points amd seven
assists in 35 minutes, The Pistuans
were 3-5 without the .u-Sts
guard in the limeup.

BULLS 99, BUCKS 90

MILWAUKEE Amdres
Nocioni scored 21 points, Beu
Gordon added 20 and Luol Deng
had 19 to lead the Bulls to their
third consecutive victory.

Tt was Gordan TaTwh
ina row wiih at seast 20 poms
and helped give the Bulls a rare
victory in Milwaukee, where
they had lost 1S of the previous 16
times. Milwaukee, which got a
career-high 22 poimts from 1-
year-old Ersan ilyasova, commit-
ied a season-high 26 turnovers.

SUNS 100, ROCKETS 91

HOUSTON — Steve Nash
had 21 points and 14 assists as the
streaking Suns overcame an
early 15-point deficit to win their
ith consecutive game.

Amare Stoudemire scored Z7
points and giabbed I rebounds
for the Sums. who are 29-3 in
their past 32 games. They
became the second team in fran-
chise history to have two win-
ning streaks of more than 10
games im one season. The
1992-93 Suns had winning streaks
of 14 and Il games on their way
to the NBA Finals.

_ Rafer Alston matched a career
high with 29 points to lead the
Rockets, who played without
Tracy McGrady, The six-time
All-Star sat out with stiffimess in
his lower back.

NETS 92, BOBCATS 8&5

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Vince
Carter scored 26 points and had
two big baskets iate im the fourth
quarter as the Nets hung on to
beat the Bobcats.

Jason Kidd added 17 points for
the Nets, who saw a 23-point,
third-quarter lead sliced to seven
after going nearly five minutes
without a point.

HAWKS 105, T’WOLVES 88

MINNEAPOLIS — Joe John-
son had 29 points and eight
assists to lead the Hawks over
the Timberwolves, Atlanta’s
third consecutive victory.

Josh Smith added 21 points
and five rebounds for the Hawks,
who have their longest winning









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Jose Calderon had Ui points

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GRIZZLIES 118, 76ERS 102





MEMPHIS, Tenn. —. Mike
Miller scored 30 poimts and Rudy
Gay added 23 lead the Ger
zlies to the victory over the 7oers

in a matchup of the NBA’s two
worst teams.

The Griz:
many as 25



es, who led by as
in the first half,

snapped a threo game skid as
seven players sed in double
figures. Lawre' Roberts aud

Chucky Aikias scored 13 apiece
for Memphis, while Pau Gasol
had 12 points and 12 rebounds.





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HARRY E. WALKER/MCT

iard Gilbert Arenas drives to the
Knicks guard Stephon Marbury can only watcn
gi ; 99-98 victory on Wednesday night.

ELSEWHERE

e Pacers-Warriors trade:
The Pacers traded Al Harrington
and Stephen Jackson to the War-
riors for forwards Troy Murphy
and Mike Dunleavy as part of an
eight-player deal designed to
shake up two struggling teait

- The Pacers also sent guara
Sarunas Jasikevicius and forward
Josh Powell to the Warriors, who
gave up forward Ike Diogu and
guard Keith McLeod.

e Bulls: Center Ben Wallace
started Wednesday night’s game
against the Milwaukee Bucks,
returning to the lineup after
missing two games with a sore
lower back.

e Wizards: Coach Eddie Jor-
dan was fined $15,000 by the
NBA for failing to leave the court
in a timely manner after getting
ejected from last Saturday’s
game at San Antonio.

LATE TUESDAY

® SuperSonics 101, Cava~
liers 96: Ray Allen led host Seat-
tle with 22 points and dished out
ll assists.





EASTERN CONFERENCE













RESULTS AND SCHEDULES

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Dal. 109, Hou. 96
Sea. 101, Cle. 96

‘NBA LEADERS



i SOUTHEAST W Lt “Pct. GB L10 Str. Home Away Conf
Washington 2 16 «6579 0 -~S (G4 «W263 6-13 14-9
Orlando 22 17 «4.564 &% 5-5 L-3 146 811 12-9
Aiami 17 20 .459 4% “4-6 L-1 8-9 9-11 6-10

is Atlanta | 13 23.~—~«.361 8 4-6 Ww-3 7-10 6-13 8-14
“harlotte °° 12 25 7 32479%~" 5-5 L-2. 7-13. 5-12 = 9-15
ATLANTIC. WL Pet. GB L10 Str, Home Away Conf
Torante 21. 475 - 64 W-2 11-6 8-15 13-8
New Je 20 474 - 7-3 W-2 12-10 6-10 14-9
New Yo 23. 425 2 5-5 L-1 10-11 7-12 10-14
Boston 25 324 5% 2-8 L5 4-13 8-12 8-16
ORadeipnle 7 86.256 84 2-8 L3 5-9 5-20 7-16
CENTRAL WL Pet, GB L1O_ Str, Home Away Conf
Cleveland 23 14 ~«~«.622 = 73 \OLt 153 811 15-10
Chicage 23 17) «575 1% «5-5 W-3 17-5 6-12 18-7
Detiuit 21 iG .568 2 37 L2 108 11-8 15-8
indian: mM .& ($26 3% 5-5 2 10-6 10-12 15-10
viiwaukee | i> ab 64447 6% 3-7) Ld 9-7 8-14 7-16

WESTERN CONFERENCE
SOUTHWEST WL Pet. GB L10 Str. Home Away _ Conf
Dallas 32. 8 800 - 9-1 W-5 183 14-5 22-6
San Antonio 27 12 «4.692 4% 64 \Li 146 13-6 18-7
Houst 25 15 .625 7 7-3 L-2 13-4 12-11 13-13
Ni 590) 40B 15% 4-6 ~W-3) 9-10 6-12 6-16

fe 300 250 «220 4-6 «~W-i 8-13 2-17. 4-17
WL Pet, GB L10 Str. Home Away Conf
25 14 ~«~«641 - 46 W-1 14-4 11-10 16-8
20 17 ~~ 541 4 7-3 L-l 12-7 8-10 11-10
1@ iT 514 5 3-7 W-1 10-10 8-7 6-11
15 24 385 10 2-8 L-l 812 7-12 10-12
is 25 .37510% 3-7 W-2 11-9 4-16 6-15
pacific = WL Pct. GB L10 Str, Home Away Conf
Phoenix 30 8 789 - 10-0 W-11 17-3 13-5 14-7
L.A. Lakers 25 13 658 45 7-3 W-2 18-4 7-9 15-7
Golden State 19 20 .48711% 5-5 W-1 15-7 4-13 13-13
L.A. Clippers 17 21. 447 «130 O55 CL 12-7. 5-14 11-16
Sacramento 14 22 389 15 2-8 L-7 10-11 4-11 8-15

. Tuesday’s results .
N.O. 84, Orl. 78 (OT)



Through Tuesday
SCORING REBOUNDING :

; G FG FT PTS AVG G OFF DEF TOT AVG
Anthony. den. 22 265 153 696 31.6 Howard, Orl, 39 139 353 492 12.6
Arenas, Wash 37°64 295 1119 30.2 Garnett, Minn. 36 91 363 454 12.6
iverson, UP 2] 267 238 795 29.4 Camby, Den. 30 74 290 364 12.1
Wade, Mia. 31 283 285 866 27.9 Boozer, Utah 38 127 322 449 11.8
Bryant, LAI 35 325 272 977 27.9 Chandler, NOk. 35 129 264 393 11.2
Redd, Mil 33. 302 244 914 27.7 Okafor, Char. 36 137 261 398 11.1
James, Clev. 37 358 231 997 26.9 O'Neal, Ind. 33 76 269 345 10.5
Pierce, Bos. 24 198 181 638 26.6 Lee, N.Y. 39 147.260 407 10.4
Yao, Hou. 27 252 195 699 25.9 Duncan, S.A. 39 112 290 402 10.3
Allen, Sea. 30 262 165 771 25.7 Wallace, Chi. 37 145 230 375 10.1

FIELD GOALS ASSISTS
Soste Fo FGAPCT AST ANG
Biedrins, GS li 279 613 Nash, Phoe. 35 397, 11.3
ee, A 170 278 .612 Kidd, NJ. 37 346 «(9.4
Stoudeniie, Phoe 242 405 .598 Paul, NOk. 27 242 «9.0
Dalembes i. Phil. 156 269 .580 Miller, Phil. 36 316 «88
Curry, N.Y 280 484 .579 —- Williams, Utah 38 331 8.7
Bogut, Mil. 195 342 .570 Davis, G.S. 35 301 8.6
Howard, Orl. 240 424 .566 Billups, Det. 28 228 8.1
Boozer, Utah 344 614 .560 Wade, Mia. 31 247 «8.0
Pattersoc. Mil 206 373 .552 Ford, Tor. 36 282 «7.8
Duntar, 5A 302 551 548 Felton, Char. 35 271.77
Pa LaVelle alas PNP»)

JANUARY ,
Through Wednesday: D-League Showcase PLAYER OF THE MONTH
ae Rematch: Mavs @ Heat noon November

Eastern Conference: Dwight Howard,

FEBRUARY Orlando Magic :
1: NBA Celebrates Black History Month tear Conference: Yao Ming, Hous-
12: NBA All-Star Community Caravan ton Rackets



15: Jani Sessian apens In Vegas

16: T-Mabile Rookie Challenge

17: NBA All-Star Saturday Night

17: 2007 D-League All-Star Game

18: 2007 NBA All-Star Game (Las Vegas)

December

Eastern Conference: Gilbert Arenas,

Washington Wizards
Westem Conference: Kobe Brya
Angeles Lakers

nt, Los





THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2007, PAGE 5B

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

Wa eye ras
| January 18th, 2007
" ek. MISCELLANEOUS PROPERTIES
- 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
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

THE TRIBUNE BUSINESS





| 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.



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 Golden 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.

Te hee ee Ee ee

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 vinyl

tiles.
Appraisal: $220,500.00











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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 ina 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. 3

Appraisal: $60,540.00

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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
1,854 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 improvements 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. ,

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. aes

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, binck 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.







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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 No. 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

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
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

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 naw or formerly the property of Caridon Limited and running thereon for a distance of 393-19 hundredth ft. eastwardly 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 hundredth ft. this neigbourhood is zoned commercial/residential
development and is quiet, peaceful and has a topography of approximately 2 ft. with all utilities and services available.

APPRAISAL: $51,276.00



Raa Nene; sale and other information contact
_ Philip Wh 3077 email philip.white@scotiabank.com or Harry Collie @ 502-3034 e email harry.collie@scotiabank.com * Fax 356-3851



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THE TRIBUNE





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TATU
news, read

m@ By CARA BRENNEN-
BETHEL
Tribune Business Reporter
in ARUBA at Caribbean

Marketplace 2007
TOURISM operators on

TASHA
Montays

LEGAL NOTICE

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
COMPANIES ACT —

(No. 45 of 2000)
SHAMROCK (BAHAMAS) LIMITED

Notice is hereby given in accordance with
Section 137(8) of the International Business
Companies Act,.No 45 of 2000, the Dissolution of
SHAMROCK (BAHAMAS) LIMITED has been
completed, a Certificate of Dissolution has been
issued and the Company has therefore been struck
off the Register. The date of completion of the
dissolution was the 2nd day of January 2007.

David J. Rounce
Liquidator



POSITION.
AVAILABLE

Registered Nurse

Responses

Provide primary and minor emergency
medical care
Administration of medication, oxygen,
intravenous fluids as indicated and outlined
in the Clinical Protocol Manual

Provide accurate and comprehensive medical
reports as required

Requirements:
Holder of current Bahamian Licence
Must have at least three years experience post
graduation
Have current BLS & ALS Certification
Must be responsible, have good
communication skills and independent.

CV should be sent
via e-mail.to
mary.epcotmedical
@coralwave.com by
January 31st, 2007.



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CIBC Trust Company (Bahamas) Limited
is presently considering applications for a
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u eee

e Must be a high school graduate

e Minimum of five (5) BGCSE, inclusive of

English Language

e Strong organization and listening skills
Proficient in the ‘use of system technology,
with a working knowledge of Microsoft
application

¢ Ability to work itidependéntly and in a team
environment

e Ability to work under pressure and handle

multiple tasks

Duties will include b iwited to:



e Filing and Typing



ONLY BAHAMIANS MEETING THE ABOVE
REQUIREMENTS NEED APPLY

Resumes should be submitted to:
Manager, Human Resources
P.O.Box N-3933

; Nassau, Bahamas.
Or by email to: Carolyn. Longley @ eri cite cdi
(no phone calls)
Deadline for receipt of resumes is January 22, 2007






Grand Bahama can do more
to tap into traveller interested

generated by movies filmed |

on the island, such as the
Pirates of the Caribbean II and

III productions that were shot

at the Bahamas Film Studios
on Gold Rock Creek.

While the island benefited
from a massive increase in vis-

‘ itors during the time that the

Pirates of the Caribbean cast
and crew were working, the
Ministry of Tourism believes
more needs to be done to

ensure that once production
ends, Grand Bahama can still
cash in on the popularity of
such movies.

Candidly

“Quite candidly, we need to.

do more. I think we realise that
we can do much better. What
should have happened, and
what will happen next time, is
once the movie goes, what we
need to do is have like an
entire tour to show where the

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TEACHING VACANCY
Temple Christian High School
Shirley Street

Invites application from qualified Christian teachers for the
following positions for the 2007-2008 school year.

Math (Gr.7-12)
Geography/History(Gr.10-12)

Applicants must:

A. Bea practicing born-again Christian who is willing to
subscribe to the Statement of Faith of Temple Christian School

Have a Bachelor’s Degree in Education or higher froma
recognized College or University in the area of Specialization

Have a valid Teacher’s Certificate or Diploma.

Have at least two years teaching experience in the relevant
subject area with excellent communication skills

Applicants must have the ability to prepare students for all
examinations to the’ BJC/BGCSE levels...

Be willing to participate in the high school’s extra curricular

programmes.

Application must be picked up at the High School Office on
Shirley Street and be returned with a full curriculum vitae, recent
coloured photograpgh and three references to:

movie was actually filmed and
make it interactive for guests
to visit, touch, feel and see
where the movie was made,”

said Kerry Fountain, executive
director of the Ministry of
Tourism on Grand Bahama.

He explained that everything
had to be marketed and pack-
aged, so visitors could enjoy
the whole experience of the
movie.

Bridgette King, director of
strategic planning for the Min-
istry of Tourism, added: “With
all the attention on the Pirates
of the Caribbean, it did get
people’s attention to Grand
Bahama island. It will also be
beneficial because. as we

a a Ere ae
mr Grand Bahama tourism
must better exploit films

attract more films, it’s a great
seed of an idea and a project
for other films.

Added

Mr Fountain added: “Again

‘looking ahead to next time, we

should have had. our hotels
operated as a Pirate theme
vacation.

“It was done, but it was done
piecemeal and it needs to be
heavily embraced.

“So, let’s say when you are
coming down with your family,
you will give the kids a little
pirate paraphernalia that they
can play with around the
pool.”

Church eer:

Needed to play
Pipe Organ and Piano



Successful applicant will need to play piano for
Sunday School, organ for Worship Service.
and accompany a choir.

Remuneration commensurate
with experience and ability.

Send letter of application and resume to:
Church Organist
P.O.Box N-497
Nassau, Bahamas

_Legal'Notice .,

NOTICE

In Voluntary Liquidation

Mr. Neil Hamilton
The Principal
Temple Christian High School
P.O.Box N-1566
Nassau, Bahamas
Deadline for application in January 23rd, 2007











- KINGSWAY ACADEMY CAFETRIA

Kingsway Academy is seeking the services of
experienced persons to work in the cafeteria.
Job responsibilities include the ability to do the
following:



Plan menus for the entire school
Order supplies for daily needs
Prepare different foods

Assist with cashing, serving and cleaning
Assist with all cafeteria needs when necessary.

The successful candidate should have the
following:















Be a born again Christian
¢ Aminimal education at the BJC Level
e Excellent Communication Skills

¢ Alove for Children

e High standards of morality

¢ Honest

A sincere desire to work




Letters of application together with a recent color
photograph and a resume (including the names and
addresses of at least three references, one being the
name of one’s church minister) should be ©

forwarded to:



Ms. Kelcine Hamilton
Academy Affairs Manager
Kingsway Academy Business Office
Bernard Road
Nassau

Deadline for application is
Friday February 23, 2007



Notice is hereby given that on 28 November 2005 by
resolution of its Members, Banco del Pichincha Limited
went into voluntary liquidation and Mr. Anthony S.
Kikivarakis of Deloitte & Touche, 2nd Terrace West,
Centerville, Nassau, The Bahamas, was appointed the
Liquidator. aquarium

Signed
Mr. Anthony S. Kikivarakis
| Liquidator
P. O. Box N-7526
Nassau, Bahamas
242-302-4800 ©



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THE TRIBUNE

Baha Mar to attract

500,000 guests in
first year post-2011

@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

BAHA Mar’s $2.4 billion trans-
formation of Cable Beach will
attract 500,000 guests to its vari-
ous resorts during the first year
after it fully opens in 2011, with
the project becoming “the largest
gaming and resort development
in this Hemisphere outside Las
Vegas”.

Speaking after the signing of a
joint venture agreement with
Harrah’s Entertainment, Sarkis
Izmirlian, Baha Mar’s chairman
and chief executive, said the com-

leted development will pump
$560 million annually into the
Bahamian economy’s gross
domestic product (GDP).

Mr Izmirlian reiterated that
economic forecasting studies con-
ducted by Global Insight had
shown that after opening, Baha
Mar would create “more than
7,000 direct and indirect jobs”.

The same study reported that
Baha Mar’s cumulative impact on
Bahamian GDP would be some,

“$11.2 billion over a 20-year peri-
od, with more than $4.7 billion in
tax revenues produced over that
same time period.

The figures look impressive,
but many Bahamians are likely
to be unimpressed. They are only
likely to believe that the Baha
Mar project is for real once they
start seeing real construction
work taking place at the Cable

Beach strip, and buildings starting -

to come out of the ground.
Baha Mar executives have
acknowledged that they now need
to execute their plans, amid scep-
ticism in some business quarters
that the project is too costly and
grandiose, and will never happen.
However, a development of
Baha Mar’s size does not happen
overnight, as it takes time to get a
project and management team in
place. The Harrah’s joint venture
agreement will give further com-

Freep

fort that Baha Mar is for real, as
does that fact that its principal
investors, Mr Izmirlian and his
father, Dikran, are permanent
residents of Lyford Cay and have
committed $400 million of their
own capital.

Mr Izmirlian said that its joint
venture agreement with Harrah’s,
which has seen the latter take a 43
per cent stake in the project with
Baha Mar holding the remainder,
would provide the Cable Beach
redevelopment with access to a
huge direct, worldwide market-
ing network.

Harrah’s and its Caesar’s
Entertainment brand had a cus-
tomer database of 40 million peo-
ple, while Starwood, the operat-
ing partner for four hotel brands,
had a database featuring another
27 million, giving Baha Mar direct
access to 67 million potential cus-
tomers.

When completed, Baha Mar
is set to include a total of 3,000
rooms, spread between a 1,000-
room Caesar’s-branded resort,
and Starwood’s four brands - the
Westin, Sheraton, W and St Reg-
is. There will also be a 100,000
square foot casino, purportedly
the largest in the Caribbean, and
a 200,000 square foot convention
centre.

_ Mr Izmirlian said the project,
when completed, would have “a
truly transforming effect” on Nas-
sau, New Providence and the
wider Bahamas. He added: “We
must all realise that Baha Mar is a
project unlike any other. It will
take Cable Beach and transform
it into a resort metropolis unlike
any other.”

Obie Wilchcombe, minister of
tourism, added that the Baha Mar
project would make Cable Beach
more competitive in the tourism
industry, and “gives it the sus-
tainability required”. —

__ Prime Minister Perry Christie...
described the project as creating

“the Caribbean’s largest single

phase destination resort”.
Bahamians working in tourism at
Cable Beach would now have the
opportunity to enjoy “steady,
dependable, lucrative” employ-
ment.

“This island, by definition, will
be unlike any other destination
in the entire world,” the Prime
Minister added.

“The Bahamian people must
now partner with Baha Mar to
create a destination resort at
Cable Beach that is as good as
any in the Caribbean in terms of
luxury and service, and in the
benefits it will bring to the
Bahamas and its people.”

The Prime Minister said the
Government had approved some
$22 billion in new tourism pro-
jects over the last four years,
adding that this had created
opportunities for entrepreneurs
in the agriculture industry to sup-
ply such developments with their
products, provided they could
achieve competitive prices and
quality on a consistent basis.

“Every Bahamian, in my view,
who wants to work, even if he/she
has to be retrained, retooled, will
in the coming years have an
opportunity to work,” Mr Christie
said.

He also warned about the
impact increasing crime may have
on the economy, employment and
investment.

The Prime Minister added that
the Government would have to
spend “hundreds of millions of
dollars” on upgrading infrastruc-
ture, such as the Lynden Pindling
International Airport, roads,
ports and utilities to ensure they
“conformed” with the quality of
the Bahamian tourism product.

That is the big question for the
Bahamas; whether this nation
currently has the capacity, both
in terms of its labour force and
infrastructure, to sustain all the
investment projects current
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rand Bahama, Bahamas

Invites Qualified Candidates to apply for the position of
Straddle Technician

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

° Three (3) years’ experience in repairing and maintaining heavy mobile

equipment.

Certification in Heavy Equipment Repair and Maintenance (Diploma or
Associate Degree preferred)

Three to Five years working experience and knowledge of Kalmar or
Noell Straddle Carries.

Computer Literate

Must be willing to work as part of a Team.

¢ Must be able to repair and maintain:
o Hydraulic Systems
o Diesel & Gasoline Engines
o Automotive Electronic Circuits

Freeport Container Port will offer the following benefits to the successful

candidates:

Full-time Employment
Major Medical/Life Group Insurance
Retirement Savings Plan
School Fee Subsidy for Dependents
Performance Bonus

Representatives from the Freeport Container Port will be visiting Nassau
on January 30 & 31, 2007 and will conduct interviews from 09:00 a.m.

through 4:00 p.m. daily at the Atlantic House on Collins Avenue, Centerville

Candidates are asked to mail Resumes to the attention of: :

Human Resources Director

Freeport Container Port
P.O. Box F-42465

Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas

email: ADS@fcp.com.bs





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IMPORTANT NOTICE

The General Public is advised that the Bahamas Electricity Corporation
will be performing disconnection activities in the following areas:
















Blair Estate, Johnson Road, Step St, Bernard Road, Kool Acres, Fox Hill,
Yamacraw Beach Estate, Elizabeth Estate, Eastwood Sub, Colony Village, Nassau
East Estate, Winton Meadows, Mason’s Add, Leeward East & Twynam Heights, East
St, Market St, Wulff Road, Blue Hill Road, Montell Heights, Ridgeland Park and
all side corners, Pinewood Gardens, Joan’s and Domingo Heights, Bamboo Town,
South Beach, Marshall Road, Seven Hills and Gamble Heights. Pastel and Faith
Gardens, Sunshine Pars, ‘Silver Gates, Golden Gates, Blue Hill and Bel Air Estate.
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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
the Main Post Office







Blue Hill and Tucker Roads, thé Mall at Marathon.or,
on East Hill Street. 7 Ato



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Government moves on regulator sharing

@ By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business Editor

THE Government last evening
moved amendments to the finan-
cial services regulatory regime
that would allow Bahamian reg-
ulators to share information and
co-operate with one another.

In moving amendments to the
Central Bank of the Bahamas
Act, Securities Industry Act, both
Insurance Acts, Lotteries and
Gaming Act, Proceeds of Crime
Act, Financial and Corporate
Services Providers Act, and
Financial Transactions Report-
ing Act, Allyson Maynard-Gib-
son, the attorney general, said
the amendments had been rec-
ommended by the Financial Ser-
vices Regulatory Reform Com-
mission.

In its report, the Commission

had recommended that the Acts

be amended to “clarify the posi-
tion on regulatory cooperation
amongst domestic regulators, par-
ticularly to facilitate consolidated
supervision and prevent regula-
tory arbitrage”.

Mrs Maynard-Gibson said: “It
is ironic that the legislation
passed in 2000 allowed regula-
tors within the Bahamas to co-
operate and exchange informa-
tion with foreign counterparts,
but did not allow for regulators in
the same jurisdiction to share
information amongst themselves
to the same extent.

“In order to give effect to the
recommendation of the Financial
Services Regulatory Reform
Commission, the Government of
the Bahamas proposes to include
language which would allow each
of the regulators concerned to
‘cooperate with any other regu-
latory authority on the Bahamas,

Customer Service
Engineer

Micronet Ltd., a leading business technology supplier
requires a Customer Service Engineer.

including by sharing information
that it has acquired in the course
of its duties or in the exercise of
its functions under this or any
other law, where it considers such
cooperation or information may
be relevant to the functions of
such other regulatory authority,
or as a necessary part of a frame-
work for consolidated supervi-
sion, oversight or regulation of
the financial services sector’.”
Mrs Maynard-Gibson said that
prior to the amendments being
brought forward for second read-
ing in the House of Assembly,
the Central Bank - under the



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information to the Financial
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mission, Registrar of Insurance
and Registrar General.

. The amendments would also.
enable the Compliance Commis-

sion to determine the frequency
with which it inspected institu-
tions falling under its remit, as it
knew which ones were in need
of close supervision.

The same amendment has also
been made with respect to the
Inspector of Financial and Cor-
porate Services Providers.

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SALES PERSONS
WITH 3 YEARS EXPERIENCE

A minimum of 2 years experience in the implementation
of LAN and WAN networks using Microsoft and CISCO

‘technologies, working knowledge of Voice technology,
implementation of PBX Systems:





Seeks to employ professional
Waiter and Waitress



Please forward resume to:
Taylor Industries Ltd.
P.O. Box N-4806
Nassau, Bahamas

The key areas of experience are as follows:




¢ Experience in implementing and troubleshooting
LAN and WAN solutions

° Microsoft Server certifications and experience

¢ Strong TCP/IP knowledge and routing concepts __

¢ Experience in the repair of computers, printers and
related peripherals a plus

¢ Working knowledge of Nortel Meridian, Nortel
Succession or Nortel BCM Systems



Must be well-groomed

Fluent in the English Language
Must have own transportation
Must be able to work flexible
hours




Desired Certifications
¢ CISCO— CCNA Minimum
° MCP, MCSE
¢ Nortel Installation and maintenance certifications

Send Resume to:
Human Resources
P.O. Box CB 13647
Nassau, Bahamas

or Apply in person:
Caves Village, West. Bay, Street.

No telephone calls. Please reply in writing via email
or fax (subject line: CSE) to:

The Manager

Micronet Ltd.

Email: jobs@micronet.bs
Fax: (242) 328-3043

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increasingly competitive envi-
ronment. /

Mr Winder said he felt “the
average Bahamian” had already
made a strong commitment to
the financial services industry,
given the amount of money
they were paying to ensure their
children attained good financial
services-related degrees.

However, he fully agreed
with Mr Moree on the need to
grow the Bahamian financial
services sector.

“For the Bahamas, it’s not a
matter of choice. We need to
grow,” he said. “We don’t have
a choice, and | agree with Brian
that the industry is stagnant.”

Mr Winder said there was a
shortage of qualified labour in
the financial services industry
globally, and this was provid-
ing opportunities for Bahami-
ans who studied abroad and
graduated to obtain jobs and
stay there.

He added, though, that the
Bahamian accounting profes-
sion was also looking to expioit
this shortage in a different way,
growing the professional and
the financial services industry
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Mr Winder explained that “a
number of firms are exploring
the possibility of having work
outsourced” by foreign affili-
ates to the Bahamas, given that
Bahamian accounting firms had
a larger, and skilled, pool of
labour to handle complex mat-
ters.

He added that this was some-
thing that Deloitte & Touche
(Bahamas) was likely to explore
with its affiliates in Bermuda
and the Cayman. Islands when
they met in the Bahamas later
this month.

Those nations were coming
under pressure from a tighten-
ing of their immigration poli-
cies and heavy workload, mak-
ing outsourcing to the Bahamas
a natural choice, especially as
this nation was relatively cheap-
er.
Mr Winder said: “That’s a
considerable opportunity for the
Bahamas accounting firms,
especially given that firms in the
region are coming closer togeth-
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Such a solution would be
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to ownership of 75 per cent of
the GBPA and Port Group Ltd
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Court Justice Anita Allen to
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to go through a full-blown, pro-
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The St George family is
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and high net worth Bahamians ‘ '
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the Ministry’s analysis read.

The excerpt on Polymers Inter-
national showed how the EPA
could have an impact potentially
stretching beyond the firms and
industries directly affected.

The document read: “The
MFN tariff on polymers range
from 7- 12 per cent, and the prin-
cipals of Freeport polymers have
indicated that if they lose their
duty-free entry into the EU mar-
ket, it would not be profitable for
them to continue their opefation
in Freeport.

“The loss to the Bahamas, if
Polymers were to leave, would
‘be the loss of 83 Bahamian jobs in
- addition to negatively impacting
the activities of 10 Bahamian con-
tractors, who supply services to
Polymers, as well as the loss of
approximately 10 per cent of
Freeport Power’s revenue, since
Polymers uses approximately 10
per cent of the electricity gener-
ated by Fr: »port Power.”

The Tr dune understands
though, that while damaging, the
loss of duty-free access may noi
be fatal to Polymers’ interests in
Freeport, as the majority of its
exports are to the US.

Most of its European exports
go to the UK, and while it would
lose several million dollars if duty-
free access was lost, sources
informed The Tribune that Poly-
mers was concerned about how
the EPA might impact the
’ Hawksbill Creek Agreement.

Jobs at the Freeport Container |

Port and Grand Bahama-based
trucking companies might also be
impacted if Polymers lost its EU
business.

The Government document
added that if the Bahamas signed
on to the EPA, it would lose
about $10-$14 million in per
annum tax revenues on European
imports.

This would happen because the
EPA is a reciprocal agreement,
not a one-way street in terms of
preferences. Previously, the
Bahamas and Caribbean export-
ed to the EU under the Cotonou
Agreement, but this arrangement
is ending on December 31, 2007.

This is due to pressure from
the WTO, which will no longer
grant the agreement a waiver, as
it is non-compliant with WTO
rules. The EPA is being negoti-
ated by Cariforum on the
Bahamas’ behalf, and will account
for 85 per cent of trade between
the two parties.



As a two-way agreement, if the
Bahamas signs on to the EPA, it
would have to offer the same tar-
iff cuts to exports from the EU
as those countries were offering
Bahamian companies, thus reduc-
ing import duties and the tax take.

The EPA would also see the
Bahamas offer market access to
EU firms in areas such as invest-
ments, services and government
procurement, provided it did not
seek any reservations or opt-outs
from particular provision.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs
concluded: “Were the Bahamas
to sign on to the EPA when it is
negotiated, the revenue loss
would be in the $10 - $14million
range, but the Bahamas would
keep its export markets and
secure a significant number of
Bahamian jobs.

“If, however, the Bahamas
were not to sign on to the EPA,
the losses could include, its

’ favourable $20 million trade bal-

ance with the EU, the loss of two
significant manufacturing opera-
tions (Bacardi and Polymers), the
revenue from lobster exports, and
the loss of a number of Bahamian
jobs.

“One of the conclusions to be
drawn from the above analysis is
that, maintaining its preferential
access to the European market is
in the best interest of the
Bahamas. Thus in determining
the structure of its market access



offer, the Bahamas could seek to
mitigate its revenue losses over
the long term, while maintaining
market access.”

The document was finalised
after a meeting at the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs on January 8
attended by Fred Mitchell, min-
ister of foreign affairs; Leslie
Miller, minister of agriculture and
fisheries; James Smith, minister
of state for finance; and Vincent
Peet, minister of financial services
and investments.

The Ministry recommended
that the Bahamas seek to exclude
from the EPA negotiations cuts in
tariffs on poultry, fresh meat,
fruits and vegetables.

It added that Bahamas tariff
rates between 5-30 per cent
should be cut in the short-term,
while those of 35 per cent and
higher be slashed in a phased;
long-term approach.

The Bahamas imported almost
$43 million worth of goods from
the EU in 2004, with more than
half - some $23.254 million - con-
fined to 16 tariff lines, nine of
which were duty free. This meant
that some $9.299 million entered
the Bahamas duty free.

From this, the Government
worked out that the maximum
duty the remaining $33.631 mil-
lion could attract was $14.3 mil-
lion.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs
recommended that negotiating as

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Hundreds of jobs at stake over Economic Partnership Agreement

part of the Cariforum market
access offer would benefit the
Bahamas, as the other CARI-
COM nations would have more
goods they were seeking exemp:
tions for.

In terms of its options, the Min-
istry said the Bahamas should
avoid opting out of the EPA and
seeking to negotiate its own
arrangement with the EU, given
that this nation’s total trade with
its members was too small to gen-
erate interest in a free trade
agreement. ‘

The EU was also unlikely to
agree that the Bahamas could
sign the EPA and maintain its
‘special status’, with the Ministry
of Foreign Affairs recommend-
ing that the Bahamas sign and
“begin the steps to integrate fur-
ther with CARICOM”.

It said: “This is probably the
easiest option, since both the EU
and CARICOM would be
favourably disposed to this
option. This option also secures
for the Bahamas all the benefits
that the EPA would bring, and
would probably not increase sig-
nificantly the obligations to
CARICOM, since CARICOM
has already signalled its willing-

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MANAGEMENT CO. LTD.
Attorneys for the above-named Company

Bahamas wishes to be so treat-
ed.”











BUILDINGS: 7,788 square feet

High traffic location perfect for numerous commerdal operations
including restaurant chain, insurance, bank, retail etc.

Asking $1,500,000 - MAKE OFFER







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overnment finalises |

Royal Island (Bahamas) Limited G





INVITATION FOR EMPLOYMENT

Royal Island (Bahamas) Limited, the developers
of the Royal Island resort and residential project,
an ultra-luxury resort and private club residential
community with private residences and club, 200
slip marina and boutique hotel and spa, and a golf

2 eli

THE TRIBUNE

deals with cruise lines

numbers to the island.

With cruise arrivals to Grand
Bahama seeing a decrease,
‘tourism officials believe some-

FROM page 1B

incentives for increasing visitor

thing has to be done to ensure
that visitors have an improved
experience. The island is hoping
to benefit from increased pas-

provideing them with incentives
to increase passenger numbers
to Grand Bahama and through-
out the Bahamas.

“The results of the Heads.of

course just off North Eleuthera invites suitably
qualified individuals to apply for the following
position with the company.

BOAT CAPTAIN
























Duties and Responsibilities




¢ Manage fleet of boats and related equipment.
° Coordinate and manage maintenance of boats
° Coordinate all water sport activities.
¢ Snorkeling
¢ Diving
e Flats and Deep Sea fishing
¢ Manage Staff of First Mates.
_ e Coordinate Safety of all boat patrons.

_ ¢ Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have to —
reside on Eleuthera or its surrounding area and
have a minimum of 10 years experience as.a boat
captain. Must be familiar with the local waters
and the area around Royal Island. Must have
strong managerial and organizational skills in the
areas of personnel and boat operations. Must be
computer literate with strong written and verbal
communication skills.

Interested persons should submit their resumes
with cover letter to:

The H.R. Director
GCM
P.O.Box N 1991
Nassau Bahamas
Fax to: (242) 356-4125
Or Email to: info@ gomezcorp.com

Royal Island (Bahamas) Limited thanks all
applicants for their interest; however only those
under consideration will be contacted.

Royal Island (Bahamas) Limited
INVITATION FOR EMPLOYMENT |

Royal Island (Bahamas) Limited, the developers
of the Royal Island resort and residential project,
4n ultra-luxury resort and private club. residential
community with private residences and club, 200
slip marina and boutique hotel and spa, and a golf
course just off North Eleuthera invites suitably
qualified individuals to apply for the following
position with the company:

CHEF
’ Duties and Responsibilities.

© Coordinate and manage multiple food venues.
° Coordinate and manage all food preparation
areas.
. e Budgeting and purchasing of food supplies.
¢ Planning of meals for all food venues.

¢ Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have to
reside on Eleuthera or its surrounding area and
have a minimum of 10 years experience a four (4)
star restaurant cuisine and dining with significant
experience in the food industry. Must have experi-
ence in start up restuarant operation. Must have

strong managerial and organizational skills in the
areas of personnel and budgeting. Must be
computer literate with strong written and verbal
communication skills.

Interested persons should submit their resumes
with cover letter to: .

The H.R. Director
GCM
P.O.Box N 1991
Nassau Bahamas

Fax to: (242) 356-4125
Or Email to: info@ gomezcorp.com

Royal Island (Bahamas) Limited thanks all
applicants for their interest, however only those
under consideration will be contacted. |















Wish to increase your
pay for 2007???

Looking for Sales Manager,

Assistant Managers and .
Sales Associates for High End
Jewellery and Fashion.

east the followi equi

2-5 years experience.
e 21 years of age or older.
e Have a pleasant smile

e Bea people’s person

° Energetic

e Team Player ;

e Love for luxury retail. .

If you meet the requirements of all the
abovecome and be a part of our team with
rewarding incentives and great financial
opportunities

Submit Resume with a passport size photo
to:

Versace Boutique
Crystal Court
Atlantis, Paradise Island
Hillside @ batelnet.bs

No phone calls please.

Royal Island (Bahamas) Limited
INVITATION FOR EMPLOYMENT

- Royal Island (Bahamas) Limited, the developers of

the Royal Island resort and residential project, an

ultra-luxury resort and private club residential community -

with private residences and club, 200 slip marina and
boutique hotel and spa, and a golf course just off North
‘ Bleuthera is seeking to employ a Married Couple with strong
managerial, operational and organizational skills in
managing resort properties to oversee all day to day
operations on the island.

Duties and Responsibilities
° Greeting potential members’ buyers/investors

e Arranging transportation, including airport, transfers, boats |
and on -island vehicles

- e Responsible for setting up guest relations, all staff training,

motivation and recruitment
¢ Manage local accommodations
° Upkeep of boat fleet
* Manage/coordinate all ocean/beach activities |
° Manage guest inquiries and complaints in an efficient and
professional manner

- e Once the Preview Village is completed this position will:

e Oversee operations
¢ Maid Service

¢ Food/beverage

° Beach activities

° Ocean activities

e General maintenance upkeep of premises
¢ Manage fitness/spa activities

e Assist in sales process

* Qualifications: The ideal candidate must have a minimum
of 10 years experience in resort property management with
significant experience in the restaurant and spa industry,
including operations and maintenance of pool and spa
equipment. Must have strong managerial and organizational
skills in the areas of personnel and bugeting. Must be computer
literate with strong written and verbal communication skills.

Interested persons should submit their resumes with cover
letter to:

The E.R. Director
GCM
POBox N 1991
Nassau Bahamas
Fax to: (242) 356-4125
Or Email to: info@ gomezcorp.com

Royal Island (Bahamas) Limited thanks all applicants for
their interest, however only those under consideration will
be contacted.

y



- Tourism, said the current port ter,
























senger arrivals by the beginning
of next year. | Agreement... you will not actu-
Kerry Fountain, executive ally see the wholesale results |
director of the Ministry of ee beginning of next win-
ecause the itineraries have
already been set for 2007. We
will be able to benefit immedi-
ately by some of the last minute “>
cruise itineraries coming into
Grand Bahama, but it will be
planned and set for next year,”.
Mr Fountain said. Vie

LE

was no longer suited to the
island’s needs, as it was build
back in the 1970s.

He added that two Heads of
Agreement between the

Bahamas and two major cruise
companies had been finalised,






































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CONSTRUCTION SUPERINTENDENT

A Bahamian company is seeking to employ an experienced
construction superintendent.

Applicants will be responsible for on site day to day manage-
ment and decision making. monitoring contract progress and the ‘
construction schedule.






Applicants should have a minimum of 10 years experience in
similar construction, strong organizational skills, outstanding
ral and written communication skills, proficient in Microsoft
Office a plus and have the ability to work independently and
manage multiple projects and priorities.

Please send resumes to tamikabowe @ yahoo.com
or fax 322-6514



Royal Island (Bahamas) Limited.

INVITATION FOR ~
EMPLOYMENT

Royal Island (Bahamas) Limited, the developers

of the Royal Island resort and residential project,

an ultra-luxury resort and private club residential ate
community with private residences and club, 200
slip marina and boutique hotel and spa, and a golf
course just off North Eleuthera invites suitably
qualified individuals to apply for the following
position with the company:

e Director of Design
¢ Exterior Relations
e Project Managers
e Project Engineers
e Genaral Superintendents

¢ Superintendents

e Assistant Superintendents

* Electrical Construction Managers

e Mechanical Construction Managers
¢ Office Engineers

¢ Manager of Quality Control

e Inspectors




Over 20 postions are to filled. All positions
require successful applicants to reside at North
Eleuthera or vicinity.

Interested persons should submit their resumes
with cover letter to:

The H.R. Director
GCM
P.O.Box N 1991
Nassau Bahamas

Fax to: (242) 356-4125
Or Email to: info@ gomezcorp.com
Royal Island (Bahamas) Limited thanks all

applicants for their interest, however only those
under consideration will be contacted.



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SPORTS INSIDE







THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2007 | ‘The Tribune |
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Fax: (242) 328-2398 -



Sweeting set

E-Mail: sports@100jamz.com MIAMI HERALD SPO RTS
for first pro

match on the : las alms

ATP Tour |

TENNIS i
By KELSIE JOHNSON ~ :
Junior Sports Reporter =:
FORMER Bahamas i
Davis Cup team player :
Ryan Sweeting iscounting ae :



the days to his first profes-
sional match on the ATP

Tour. :
Sweeting, now a US citi- | Mm BOXING

zen, officially joinedinon =} By KELSIE JOHNSON. .
ihehunt forthe AtPsin- Junior Sports Reporer_. “This is my first fight for the year and I am

after spending a semester WHILE many spent their Christmas
anda haltatthe Unversity holidays with family and iends, Sher ready. I worked practically all Christmas
of Florida. ; : ' man ‘Caribbean Tank’ Williams was
Theyoingteonisurs | avpuackogihencahtoas, Oly taking a three day break to visit family

Te decane eae Since missing out on Christmas, me

Australian Open com it be the WBF Intercontinental and friends back home, but I was back into

Pe : ‘Heavyweight title, which is being 99
Current, the20year- Heayweisht te een the training camp for the New Year.

d is playi :
aS ies The highly decorated boxer, who

ciation (USTA), which





hails from Freeport, Grand Bahama,






















































hosts all US based tennis will square off with American Ralph ‘ Shhe- nie? 114
sts all US based tennis vag Wild West” on Friday evening Sherman ‘Caribbean Tank’ Williams
players and the Futures ced @
tournaments. : in a 12 round match set to go :
Now playing in his sec- : down at the Nox Arena, in Mis-
ond tournament inthe tour, : Sissippi. ; . ate a2, to :
Sweeting defeated Michael This is Williams’ first fight agers approached me, telling known for pinning his opponents to
.McClune 6-3 and7-5.Heis :- onthe year, one he is hop- about this great opportunity _ the ropes where he delivers his combos.
scheduled to play Aleksan- i ing to end quickly, with a in Mississippi. It only took the Missouri heavy-
dar Vlaski in round two. ? knockout. “J am confident and with weight title holder 1:58 seconds to
His third tournament, the Williams said: “This is the training I’ve been doing knockout Baltimore’s Jed Phillips in
Champion Porsche $10,000 : my first fight for the year I agreed and took a fight his last fight held on December 6th,
Futures of Boca Raton : and I amrready. I worked even thoughI knewlonly 2006.
tournament, where is seed- practically all Christmas had two full weeks to pre- . But Williams is no stranger to the
ed in the seventh spot, will only taking a three pare. But I know that I will - ring, having secured the NBA World
be held on January 23rd. : be able to go out there and Champion title, the WBC CABOFE

day break to visit

family and friends do my best. Ihave to get the _ title, the Caribbean Heavyweight title

-On the International
job done soI train for the and the current WBA FedeCaribe

Tennis Federation scale,



cs : back home, but I t q

By oe “cee =e me was back into the full 12 round match. _ champion. He also had a knockout win
Be uscaife aa training camp for “Tl try and get the job in his last fight.

cenity rep done in one round with a Williams said: “I don’t know too

the New Year.

“I was originally knockout, but if he wants. much about him besides thesfact that

to stick around and take the Ralph Wiest is a big 6-foot-3 boxer, but

the Bahamas at last years
Davis Cup, making a



7 : supposed to fight in : 2 : : : ;
Oe sDece aac ian oh the 28th, punishment then we willhave _I like ng guys that size. It gives
professional game, on the : on the Silver Hawk to go 12 rounds. I feel great, _ me an Opportunity to use my jab get on
circuit, was played last year card, but due to the hotel but like I said if he wants to the inside.
at the Vero Beach Classic. : availability they moved stick around and continue to “J will try to take him a part from the

receive a torturing punishment __ inside, use the inside fight strategy on
from me than I will have tomake him. If I can put my combinations
his wishes come true. together, catch him with an overhand
“Making sure he suffers from the right then maybe I can close the show
punishing blows is my intention and witha left hook. I am looking forward

I willing to carry this plan out.” to this, like I said earlier I feel good.
The odds are already in Williams’ “T know the fight will be in his terri-
ay@ofavour,, ranked 62 in the world, with. tory=he is from around that area so I
31 wins, 10 losses (two decisions) know that he will want to put on a
and 17 knockouts. West is cur- good show for his fans. This is a title
rently ranked 148 with 17 _ shot, a title is on the line so I am sure
wins, nine losses (one _ he will want to walk away with the
decision) and 14 reward. But I am taking this fight seri-
knockouts. ously. I am in top shape I’ve picked
The taller up my fighting a notch so the best man

West is will win.”
well Williams did reveal that the Fri-
day night fight will set the tune
for him this year, as he hopes
to add more titles to his col-
lection.

This year Williams is
also hoping to fight sev-
eral matches in New
. Providence and

Grand Bahama.

The Vero Beach Classic
was the first professional
tournament Sweeting won.

the fight back. So when
I got back from
Freeport

man-





Giants out to
close season
with perfect
pecord

ST JOHNS College
(Giants) senior boys are on
a winning streak and are
hoping to close the season
with a perfect win-loss
record.

The Giants are just three
games shy of closing the
regular season and added
another notch into their
win column on Monday.

The team has enjoyed

‘ smooth sailing since their
first tip, but their biggest
challenge will come on
Monday when they play
the Prince William Falcons,
another team with a per-
fect win-loss record.

This game will be played
at the St John’s College
court.

Other scores on the day
are:

CR Walker Knights 46
GHS Magics 13; CC Sweet-
ing Cobras 63 RM Bailey
38; CR Walker 58 GHS
Magics 24

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THE Bahamas has lost
another gem - a female
sports icon.

Superstar Jann Mortimer
passed away on Monday at
the Princess Margaret Hos-
pital after she spent the past
ten vears suffering from
Lupus
Mortimer, 50, battled so
many teams and opponents
up the middle where she
controlled the volleyball and
eventually earned the dis-
tinction of being called the
best player the country has
ever seen.

Her peers have attested io
the fact that Mortimer was
so good that she was even
ranked top of the ladder at

her position in the
Caribbean. :

a Jatitastic feat,
espec when one consid-

ers the fact of how many
aved the game.

Poo many times, we wait
until it's too late to recog-
nise our sporting heroes -
when they're gone and they
can't appreciate the acco-
lades.

During the past ten years
when she experienced he
illness, Mortimer quietly quit
playing the game that she
loved. But her passion made
her stay around. She contin-
ued to make her contribu-
tion as a coach.





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NOTICE is hereby given ith



































days from the










Nassau, Bahamas.





“NOTICE

MIAMI STREET, NASSAU, BAHAMAS,
Minister responsible for Nationality and
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any. person who knows any reason
naturalization should not be granted, ‘should send a written
and signed statement of the facts. within twenty-eight
18th day of January, 2007 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,

PAGE 2E, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2007

As she celebrated a point
or tally, Mortimer would
raise her fist in the air in
jubilation. If her team was
down, she tried to motivate
them by clapping her hands
and shouting “Let’s go.” *

That same exuberance that
she exhibited when she
played, she carried to the




at GUERDA TOUSSAINT OF
is applying to the
Citizenship, for

why registration/








sidelines with her. Her tenac-
ity made her one of the best
respected volleyball coach-
es in the country.-

That’s a huge compliment,
considering the fact that it
has been proven that not all
good players could make
good coaches.

In fact, what made her so
good as a coach was the way
in which she taught the
game.

Many of the players who
had a chance to play under
her have indicated that they
learned more about the
game from her than they cid
from some of the other
coaches whom they played
for.

Imagine if Mortimer had
decided that her lness was
too much for her to bear and
she had walked away from
the. game?

Mary ‘Cruise’ Edgecombe
bears witness to the fact that
she was one of Mortimer's
protégés. It's safe to say that
a lot of Mortimer's talent
rubbed off on Edgecombe as
the two have demonstrated
their skills in more than one
sport.

In addition to volleyball,
Mortimer was good enough
to make the national basket-
ball and netball teams. While
Edgecombe has been a dom-
inant player in softball and
has even played basketball.

Mortimer and Edgecombe
were not the only multi-tal-
ented female players who
excelled in the Bahamas.
There were a host of others,
including Deputy Prime
Minister Cynthia ‘Mother’
Pratt, Hattie Moxey, Oria
‘Big O' Wood-Knowles,
Mynez Cargill-Sherman and
Ann Bullard.

In the coming days as the
nation mourns the loss of



just who was the greatest



w JANN MORTIMER in action

name of Jann Mortimer will
certainly hoid its ground.
She's gone now, but the
memories and her legacy will
live on.
May her soul rest m peace.

Mortimer, there will proba-
bly be some arguments as to

Bahamian female player of
ail time..
However they line up, the

| ‘PUBLIC NOTICE |
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL |

| The Public is hereby advised that |, SHANTEL CHERYE

CHAMBERS of the of the Southern District of the Island of |
| New Providence, intend to change my name to SHANTELL
| SHERELL SANDS. If there are any objections to this change
of name by Deed Poll, you may write such objections to the
Chief Passport Officer, P.O.Box SS-792, Nassau, Bahamas no
later than thirty (80) days after the date of publication of this
notice.

INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL
| The Public is hereby advised that |, PATRICE

WOODSIDE of the of the Western District of the Island
| of New Providence, intend to change my name to
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| this change of name by Deed Poll, you may write such
| objections to the Chief Passport Officer, RO.Box SS-
| 792, Nassau, Bahamas no later than thirty (80) days after
| the date of publication of this notice. ,












































NOTICE is hereby given that SIERRA LOUIS OF
1036 NORTHEAST 15 STREET, FORT LAUDERDALE,
FLORIDA 33304, 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 18th day of
January, 2007 to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.























NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that GUIRLANDE VALCIN OF
GIBBS CORNER, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to
the Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows any reason why registration/
naturalization should not be granted, should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight
| days from the 78th day of January, 2007 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.


















NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that JACQUELINE BAROCHIN OF
EAST STREET, P.O.BOX CB-12627, NASSAU, BAHAMAS
is applying to the Minister responsible for Nationality and
Citizenship, for registration/naturalization as a citizen of The
Bahamas, and that any person who knows any reason why
registration/ naturalization should not be granted, should
send a written and signed statement of the facts within
twenty-eight days from the 18th day of January, 2007 to the
Minister responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, P.O.Box
N- 7147, Nassau, Bahamas.



TRIBUNE SPORTS



Capello hints

he could allow
David Beckham
to play again

fm SOCCER
MADRID, Spain
Associated Press

DAVID BECKHAM may
play again for Real Madrid
after all.

Coach Fabio Capello sug-
gested Wednesday he may
review his decision to stop
Beckham from playing for.
the team following the for-
mer England captain’s deci-
sion to join the Los Angeles
Galaxy.

“Nothing can be discard-
ed. We’ll have to see. The
idea we have you already
know. We have to be flexi-
ble from time to time,”
Capello said on Madrid’s
Web site. “Beckham is a
great professional and
always trains with enthusi-
asm. The idea could
change.”

Capello said Saturday
that Beckham would only
train with Madrid until his
contract expires in June.
That came two days after
Beckham announced he
would join the MLS team in
August following a five-
year deal reportedly worth
$250 million.

Despite his conciliatory
comments, Capello contin-
ued to shun Beckham and
Ronaldo on Wednesday
when he chose his squad for ©
a Copa del Rey game
against Real Betis.

Italian media said
Wednesday the Brazil strik-
er has already agreed toa 1
1/2-year contract with AC
Milan, although the clubs
have to settle on a transfer
fee.

Ronaldo was available for
transfer after an injury-
plagued season.

Meanwhile, some Spanish
media called for Real
Madrid president Ramon
Calderon to resign Wednes-
day, a day after he made
unflattering comments
about Beckham and the
team. "

Calderon called Beckham
a Hollywood movie-star
hopeful who only agreed to
join the Galaxy after being
spurned by most of the
world’s top soccer teams.

Calderon, along with
Capello and sports director
Predrag Mijatovic, mei with
players after Wednesday’s
training to explain his

’ remarks.

In a statement on its Web
site, Madrid said the players
offered their reactions, and
Calderon said his words
were taken out of context
and “in no way correspond-
ed to his thoughts or his
real sentiments.”

Madrid said ihe team s
captains would hold a news
conference ‘about the matter
on Friday.

Calderon’s remarks Tues-
day to university students
were broadcast by national
radio station Cadena COPE
without his knowledge.
Calderon said Madrid’s
players displayed “egotism
and vanity,” were uncul-
tured and believed they
were all “superstars.”

The president later apolo-
gized for his remarks, say-
ing they “could have caused
annoyance.”

Calderon also said mid-
fielder Jose Maria Gutier-
rez had failed to capitalize
on his ability, and he used
goalkeeper Iker Casillas’ |
$11.6 million annual salary
as an example of the “enor-
mous gulf” in wages at the
club.















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Patr:ots need
a litle practice
on playing nice

BY DAN SHAUGHNESSY
The Bostan Globe
t’s pretty obvious that the New

| England Patriots will beat ‘he

_ Indianapolis Colts on Sunlay and
advance to the Super Bowl. Oaly a
moron would pick against th: Patriots
in a big game (anybody got amirror?).
The Patriots always win thebig game.

Beating Peyton Manningand the ~

Colts should be the easy pat. It’s the
postgame :elebration
I’m worri:d about.
The Patrdts are 2-0
in the plyoffs, but, .
accordiig to a lot of
NFL poeple, New



NFL game ttiquette. Can
REPORT: the Pdriots manage to
8-9B beat ne Colts and get
~~ put ¢ Indianapolis

. without igniting a cntroversy that.
will rage into Supe/Bowl week?
These Patriots ;on’t need play-
books. They needRobert’s Rules of
Order, or the NFÂ¥ handbook on post-
game etiquette, vhich originally was
written by Emil: Post-Pattern. ©

CHARGERS SYUND OFF
It all began vith Bill Belichick’s
shove of Globephotographer Jim _

Davis after thrvictory overthe New __

York Jets. Butfallout from that boor-
ish moment yas nothing compared

with the noi¢ we're hearing from the _
crybaby SarDiego Chargers. Lots of _

sour grapesn Southern California.

When Nite Kaeding’s 54-yard field _
goal attemt fell short and wide with

3 seconds eft on the clock Sunday,
many Patiots players stormedthe

field, wit] several of them dancing on s

the Chargers logo and spiking their
helmets nto the ground. Choke signs

were flahed, and Shawne Merriman’s "I

lights-oit dance was mocked.

Leagie MVP LaDainian Tomlinson
had tode restrained during the cele-
bratioi, and he ripped the Patriots
after tte game, saving his most
- pointd dart for Belichick.

: “They showed no class, and mayb
that somes from the head coach,” said

Tonlinson (oh, and could Marty
Schottenheimer explain why LT had
only nine carries in the second half?).

Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers
said: “I was disappointed at the fin- _
get-pointing and the lights-out stuff
and how they handled winning. As
much as people expect them to win,
they didn’t act like it.” eo.

_ Tomlinson didn’t back off his heat-
of-the-moment remarks on Monday.

/ “When you're a three-time Super |
Bowl champion, I just wouldn’t think
you would need to act that way,” he

_ Said. “But, obviously, that’s the way
_ they reacted to it, and there’s nothing
wecan do about it. _ :

“You won the game, and that was
great... . From my standpoint, Marty
always tells us after the game to act .
like we’ve been there before. That’s
something that your coach always
tells you. To me, if guys are acting like
that, it comes from top to bottom.”

UM, BEG YOUR PARDON...

_A-couple of things must be said:
First-of all, Schottenheimer and the
Chargers haven’t “been there before,”
so how would they know how to act
after a big victory? In four quarters of
immature, give-away football, the
. Chargers looked every bit the part of

, ateam that never had been there
before and didn’t know how to play or
behave in a big game.

The Patriots are the ones who have
been there before and need no
instructions from the bucket of Bolts
who blew the big game. Also, many

. Patriots contend that the Chargers
were smack-talkin’ when they
thrashed the Patriots 41-17 in New

‘England last season. And, without
doubt, the Patriots players were sick
and tired of hearing about the top-
seeded, nine-Pro-Bowler Chargers
and their undefeated home record.

That said, the Patriots could rein it
in a little. No one is saying they need
to win the Lady Byng Trophy, but a
little decorum wouldn’t hurt.

The Patriots’ historic run has been
marked by professionalism as much
as by clutch performances. No need
to go all Terrell Owens on us now.





Englard is 0-2 in post-_



BY JEFF DARLINGTON
jdarlington@MiamiHerald.com

San Diego Chargers offensive

coordinator Cam Cameron spent
nearly three hours at the Miami
Dolphins complex Wednesday
night, becoming the fifth finalist to
meet with team officials for a sec-
ond job interview.

Cameron didn’t leave the
building until 9:45 p.m., at
which point he exited in a car
driven by general manager
Randy Mueller. Team offi-
cials — including owner
Wayne Huizenga and CEO Joe Bai-
ley — left 15 minutes later.

The Dolphins had yet to make a
decision on a head coach by the
night’s end, according to a person
close to the search. And until that
decision is made, Dolphins defen-
sive coordinator Dom Capers’



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PRO FOOTBALL | MIAMI DOLPHINS

Cameron back for another shot

future with the team also will
remain up in the air.

Capers said Wednesday that he
has not yet agreed to a contract
that would make him the NFL’s
highest-paid assistant. The Dol-
phins extended the deal to Capers
last week, but he has decided to
wait until the team makes its deci-
sion on the next coach.

“T certainly appreciate
Wayne making the commit-
ment,” said Capers, reached
late Wednesday. “I enjoyed
the year here.”

Capers did not want to discuss

- publicly his reasons for waiting to.

sign the deal worth $8.1 million
over three years. It would make
sense, however, that he would
want to make sure he was compati-
ble with whomever the Dolphins
hire as the head coach.



DENIS POROY/AP

GETTING CLOSE? Cam Cameron
of the Chargers sat down for
his second Dolphins interview.

That said, Capers appears to
remain a strong candidate for the
head coaching job. He said he has
spoken with the team on multiple



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occasions about the position, but
he understands if more time is
devoted to other candidates.

Perhaps Cameron would be one
of the four other candidates who
could lure Capers into staying with
the team, given that his offensive-
minded coaching style would
allow Capers to have total control
over the defense.

On Tuesday, Dolphins presi-
dent Bryan Wiedmeier called
Cameron “one of the more innova-
tive football minds in the game.”

The Dolphins appear to be the
only team courting Cameron.
However, even if the team wanted
to stick with an offensive-minded
head coach, it could still hire Geor-
gia Tech coach Chan Gailey or for-
mer Alabama coach Mike Shula.

Former Atlanta Falcons coach
Jim Mora also is a finalist.



COLLEGE BASKETBALL | NO. 4 NORTH CAROLINA 77, NO. 19 CLEMSON 55

Tar Heels whip Tigers

Federer rolls 0

BY JOHN PYE
Associated Press

MELBOURNE, Australia —
Roger Federer made sure he did
not repeat his lapses from his
opening match in Wednesday’s
second-round victory over Jonas
Bjorkman at the Australian Open.

Andy. Roddick also lifted his act,
and Serena Williams moved into
the third round with another
straight-sets triumph.

Federer, the defending champ,
advanced 6-2, 6-3, 6-2, improving
to 5-0 against Bjorkman without
dropping a set, and he shedded the
nervous start he made when he
dropped serve three times in his
opening set of the tournament.

Sixth-seeded Roddick got over
his temper tantrum of the first
round, when he dropped the first
set against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and
argued calls with the umpire, to

BY PETE IACOBELLI
Associated Press

Wednesday night.





og

beat another Frenchman, Marc
Gicquel, 6-3, 7-6 (7-4), 6-4.
Roddick, who lost the U.S. Open
final to Federer in September, fired
18 aces and did not drop serve in
his two-hour victory over Gicquel.
Williams, who won the last of
her seven Grand Slam titles here in
2005, rallied from 1-4 in the tie-
breaker in her 7-6 (7-4), 6-2 victory
over Luxembourg’s Anne Kremer.
It was Federer’s second lop-
sided triumph over Bjorkman in
the past three Grand Slams after a
straight-sets victory over the 34-
year-old Swede at Wimbledon.
“Jonas is a great guy — he
always puts up a good fight,” said
Federer, targeting a 10th Grand
Slam title. “Today, it went my way.
I’m playing pretty well right now.”
Federer could meet U.S. Open
semifinalist Mikhail Youzhny in
the third roynd and possibly get a

MARY ANN CHASTAIN/AP

ONWARD, UPWARD: North Carolina freshman Brandan Wright goes to the hoop
over Clemson defender K.C. Rivers on Wednesday night. Wright had 17 points.

TENNIS | AUSTRALIAN OPEN

n; Roddick, Serena advance



MARK DADSWELL/GETTY IMAGES
THE MAN TO BEAT: Roger Federer.

fourth-round match against 14th-
seeded Novak Djokovic, who beat
Feliciano Lopez 6-2, 7-5, 6-1. ;

Thailand’s Danai Udomchoke
upset former No. 24 Juan Carlos
Fererro 7-6 (7-0), 7-5, 4-6, 6-1 to
take another former world No. 1
out of the equation.

A former Australian Open
champion tumbled, with 2002 win-
ner Thomas Johansson losing to

“That’s not the type of team that we
are,” Wright said referring to Saturday’s
94-88 loss to the Hokies. “We wanted to
show who we were. We put that behind
us and took it to the next game.”

The 6-foot-9 freshman. certainly did
that. He hit his first seven shots as North Carolina (16-2,
3-1 ACC) won its sixth in a row over Clemson (17-2, 3-2).

Less than a week ago, Clemson had been 17-0 and the
nation’s only Division I unbeaten. The perfect record
ended Saturday with a 92-87 loss at Maryland. And the
Tar Heels’ speed and pressure made sure the Tigers
wouldn’t start another winning streak Wednesday night.

“If people want to run with us, we can run with them.
That’s what we want to do,” UNC guard Wes Miller said.

Clemson’s defense, led by experienced guards in
senior Vernon Hamilton and junior Cliff Hammonds,
was supposed to frustrate North Carolina’s young
lineup. Instead, it was North Carolina freshmen Wayne
Ellington and Ty Lawson pushing the pace, with Wright
on the other end to finish.

Wright had three inside baskets as North Carolina
closed the opening half with a 20-9 run. The last of those
field goals put the Tar Heels ahead 44-31 at halftime.

K.C. Rivers. Clemson’s leading scorer, was held to
four points, nearly 12 below his game average. James
Mays and Hammonds both had 15 points for the Tigers,
who went 5-of-19 from the free-throw line.

Tyler Hansbrough recovered from a hard fall in prac-
tice on Tuesday and scored 16 points for North Carolina.

e COLLEGE BASKETBALL REPORT

Wright bounces back,
helps North Carolina
shake off weekend loss

CLEMSON, S.C. — Brandan Wright wouldn’t let one
bad game get under his skin. That’s a freshman trait
North Carolina fans can learn to love.

Wright, the Atlantic Coast Conference leader in field-
goal percentage, was a miserable 1-of-8 in a loss to Vir-
ginia Tech on Saturday that cost the Tar Heels their per-
fect conference mark — and also their No. 1 ranking.

Wright shook that off by scoring
17 points on 8-of-10 shooting to help the
fourth-ranked Tar Heels recover with a
‘77-55 victory over No. 19 Clemson on



No. 16 David Ferrer in four sets.
Australia wild-card entry
Wayne Arthurs, 35 years old and
possibly in his last Grand Slam,
advanced to the third round with a
6-7 (5-7), 6-1, 6-4, 6-4 over Ameri-
can qualifier Zach Fleishman.
Former U.S. Open women’s
champion Svetlana Kuznetsova,
thé No. 3 seed, beat Monique
Adamcezak of Australia 6-2, 6-1.
No. 5 Nadia Petrova had a 6-1,
6-2 victory over Argentina’s Gisela
Dulko, and No. ll Jelena Jankovic
continued her solid start to the
year with a 6-2, 6-2 triumph over
Virginia Ruano Pascual
The 12 women’s first-round
matches held over from Tuesday
were completed, with No. 8 Patty
Schnyder, No. 9 Dinara Safina,
No. 15 Daniela Hantuchova, No. 17
Anna-Lena Groenefeld and No. 19
Li Na of China all advancing.



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HOCKEY

WEDNESDAY’S NHL GAMES.

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HAVE A NICE TRIP... Red Wings goalie Dominik Hasek makes a save as Martin Erat of the Predators tumbles over him in the second period. The Red Wings won thegame 5-3.



From Miami Herald Wire Services

DETROIT — Henrik Zet-
terberg had a two goals and an
assist, and. Pavel Datsyuk
added four assists to lift the
Detroit Red Wings to a 5-3 vic-
tory over the Nashville Preda-
tors on Wednesday night. .

Nicklas Lidstrom, Jiri Hud-
ler and Tomas Holmstrom
also scored for Detroit, which
won its fifth game in a row.

Datsyuk has 14 points —
two goals and 12 assists — in
his last five games, Zetterberg
has three goals and nine
assists while scoring at least a
point in six straight games,
and Holmstrom has nine goals
in his last 10 games.

Greg Zanon got his first
NHL goal, and Jordin Tootoo
and Dan Hamhuis also scored
for Nashville, which snapped
its six-game winning streak.

Detroit scored four goals in
the second period.

Zetterberg’s second of the
game and 19th of the season
tied the score at 2 with a back-
handed shot from the right cir-
cle that trickled through
Tomas Vokoun’s pads at 1:32.

Vokoun was then pulled in
favor of Chris Mason, and
Hamhuis put the Predators
back in front 53 seconds later

with a shot that went off the -

stick of Red Wings defense-
man Andreas Lilja and into the
net. :

Lidstrom’s power-play goal
tied the score 3-3 when he
tipped in Datsyuk’s pass with
7:38 remaining in the period.
Hudler gave Detroit the lead
for good less than 2 minutes
later when he beat Mason
from the bottom of the left cir-
cle. Holmstrom closed the
scoring with his 14th goal with
1 minute left in the period.

Zanon opened the scoring
as he tipped in Steve Sullivan’s
pass 6:35 into the game. Zetter-
berg tied the score 50 seconds
later.

Tootoo tipped in Scott
Hartnell’s pass to put the
Predators ahead again with
5:08 left in the period.

SABRES 6, BRUINS 3

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Brian
Campbell and Maxim Afinoge-
nov scored 4 minutes apart in
the third period, lifting the
Sabres to victory.

“The loss spoiled a breakout

game'for Bruins rookie Phil
Kessel, who enjoyed the first
two-goal game of his career, in
only his fifth game back since
having surgery for testicular
cancer.

Daniel Paille scored twice,
including an empty-netter in
the final minute, to help the
Sabres snap a season-worst
three-game winless streak
(0-2-1). Thomas Vanek and
Derek Roy also scored as Buf-
falo also ended a three-game
home losing skid.

Glen Murray also scored
for the Bruins, who settled for
a split of the home-at-home
series after a 3-2 shootout win
over the Sabres at Boston on
Monday. Boston dropped to
2-6-1 in the last nine games
and has lost five straight on
the road — the team’s worst
stretch since going 0-5 in the
final month of last season.

The Eastern Conference-

“leading Sabres (32-11-4), who

allowed the Bruins to tie the
game twice, rallied with their
best offensive outing in ll
games — dating to a 6-3 win
over Washington on Dec. 26.

Campbell put the Sabres up
4-3 with 9:55 remaining, when
his rising shot from the right
point point appeared to deflect
off someone in front and
sailed past screened goalie
Tim Thomas.

Afinogenov then sealed it
3:39 later, capping a great indi-
vidual effort when he streaked
past defender Andrew Alberts
at the Bruins’ blue line, cut to
the net and backhanded a shot
in.

Kessel, otherwise, was the
star. He opened the scoring on

_ a breakaway 10 minutes in and

then tied the score at 3 in the
opening minute of the third,
when he one-timed Marc
Savard’s cross-ice pass. The
2006 first-round pick missed 11
games and had not produced a
point since he returned.

He now has seven goals on
the season.

Sabres goalie Ryan Miller
stopped 25 shots, his best stop

coming with 8 minutes left

when he kicked out his right
pad to stop Brad Stuart’s blast
from the right circle.

STARS 4, FLAMES 2

DALLAS — All-Star goalie
Marty Turco matched a fran-

EASTERN CONFERENCE

SOUTHEAST wet OL SLPTS GF
Atlanta 26 14 6 2. 60 150
Carolina 25 18 2 3 55 146
Tampa Bay Day 22 ie gel. 1 50 152
Washington 19920) 552) 5.245.143:
Florida 1721 4 «(6 44 137
ATLANTIC 4.01.) Wi Le OF 1 Sk PTS. GF
New Jersey 28 14 +O 4 60 120
N.Y. Rangers 23 L 20a Bt TNs 450-139
Pittsburgh 20. 517, See 3453. 47,139
N.Y. Islanders 21 21 2 2 46 133.
Philadelphia 115 30%! 2eee2 265109.
NORTHEAST WL OL: SL PTS GF
Buffalo 32 11 2 2 + 68 178
Ottawa 2Er 19), « 28, 0. 56n16T
Montreal 25 17 «+1. 4 55 138
Toronto 21.20 2 4 . 48 154
Boston 21 19 1 3: 46 131

GA HOME AWAY
145 12-5-3-b.14-9-3-1
144 13-7-0-212-11-2-1
151 12-12-0-0—12-10-1-1
162 11-10-1-28-10-1-3
157 12-8-2-1_5-13-2-5
GA Si HOME a BWA eB
105 16-4-0-3. 12-10-0-1.—11-4-0-1
144 10-9-3-0 13-11-0-1 _8-9-0-0
141 11-8-2-29-9-1-213-5-1-1
134 11-9-2-110-12-0-1.—_8-7-2-0
174 3+13-2-28-17-0-0—-3-11-0-2
PGR) Ste OME: Sx ABV ce = nly
1360 ST-Tel | A7-4-1-L 9-7-1
136 13-10-1-014-9-1-0—11-7-0-0
136 14-7-0-3. 11-10-I-1.—8-5-0-4.
158 10-12-1-2.11-B-1-2_-8-8-2-2
163 13-8-0-2. B-LL-1-1—-10-8-0-1

WESTERN CONFERENCE

CENTRAL WL OL SLPTS GF
Nashville B22 2 1 67 163
Detroit 30-12. 2 3 65 147
St. Louis 17 21 4 4 42 119
Chicago PP 226 "2 5 41 116
Columbus Wt 24° 206.3) 39-017
NORTHWEST WL OL SL PTS ‘GF
Vancouver 26 19 #0 1 53 119
Calgary 24, 17) 2 2 52 140
Minnesota 24.°20° 0 - 3. “Gh 132
Colorado 28 20 2 «1 49 145
Edmonton 22 20 2 2 48 127
PACIFIC WL OL SLPTS GF
Anaheim 30°10 2 6 68 164
San Jose 31 15 0 0 62 144
Dallas 28 18 O 1 57 127
Phoenix 21 23 #1 1 44 128
Los Angeles 16 26 3 3 38 135

GA HOME = AWAY. iV
122 16-3-2-1 16-9-0-0 13-4-1-0
112 17-3-1-2 13-9-1-1 11-2-0-1
146 9-11-2-1 8-10-2-3 6-10-2-2
141 10-11-1-2 7-11-1-3 9-10-1-0
144 9-10-1-2 8-14-1-1 6-10-0-2
GA. HOME = AWAY. —_OWV
117 15-8-0-0 11-11-0-1 9-10-0-1
119 18-5-0-0 6-12-2-2 9-5-1-1
126 17-5-0-2 7-15-0-1 7-6-0-2
135 12-10-1-1 11-10-1-0 9-5-1-0
133 13-8-1-1 9-12-1-1 8-9-1-0
GA HOME = AWAY. ——soOV
123 16-4-1-4 14-6-1-2 10-3-0-1
107 16-8-0-0 15-7-0-0 10-8-0-0
115 15-8-0-0 13-10-0-1 13-5-0-0
157 12-10-1-0 9-13-0-1 6-11-1-1
176 11-10-3-3 5-16-0-0 6-13-0-2

Note: Two points for a win, one point for a tie and overtime loss

RESULTS AND

Wednesday’s results

Buffalo 6, Boston 3
Detroit 5, Nashville 3
Dallas 4, Calgary 2
Colorado 4, Phoenix 3

Toronto at Florida,

Tampa Bay at N.J.,
Columbus at Nashville, 8
Anaheim at Edmonton, 9
Phoenix at San Jose, 10:30

Tonight’s games

Montreal at Atlanta, 7
Pittsburgh at Boston, 7
Washington at Carolina, 7
Islanders at Philadelphia, 7
Vancouver at Ottawa, 7:30

SCHEDULES

Tuesday’s results

Carolina 3, Florida 2 (OT)
Atlanta 6, Los Angeles 2
Pitt 5, Islanders 2
Vancouver 4, Montreal 0
Columbus 5, Chicago 4 (OT)
Ottawa 5, Washington 2
Toronto 4, Tampa Bay 2
New Jersey 1, Rangers 0
Edmonton 2, Minnesota 1
St. Louis 6, Anaheim 2

7:30
7:30

St. Louis at L.A., 10:30

chise record with his 160th
victory, stopping 18 shots and
assisting on a goal as the Stars
beat the Flames.

Turco has spent all six of
his NHL seasons in Dallas. He
began as a backup for two sea-
sons to Ed Belfour, the Stanley
Cup-winning goalie for the
Stars who won 160 games from
1997-2002.

Joel Lundqvist’s first career
goal snapped a 1-1] tie with 1312
minutes left in the second
period. About 2 minutes later,
Turco assisted on Stu Barnes’
goal that gave Dallas a 3-1 lead.

The injury-riddled Stars,
playing their final home game
before hosting the All-Star
Game next week, also got two
goals from Jere Lehtinen —



one in the first period and an

empty-netter in the final min-
ute of the game.

Kristian Huselius and
Andrew Ference had goals for
Calgary, which lost its second
in a row after a five-game win-
ning streak. Miikka Kiprusoff
stopped 20 shots in his 200th
NHL game.

Turco will play in his third
All-Star Game next week as a
reserve for the Western Con-
ference squad. The only other
All-Star from Dallas
defenseman Philippe Boucher,
scratched Wednesday night
because of a facial injury sus-
tained when he was struck in
the face by a puck during a
game two days earlier.

The Stars were already
without injured players Mike
Modano, Sergei Zubov, Bren-
den Morrow, Matthew Bar-
naby and Jeff Halpern.

- The assist for Turco came

when he passed to Eric Lin-
dros at center ice. Lindros
pushed the puck to Barnes,
whose slap.shot from the mid-
dle of the right circle went
over Kiprusoff’s shoulder and-
into the net for his seventh
goal. : \
It was Turco’s fourth assist,
one short of the Stars’ season
record for a goalie, set by Bel-
four five years ago.

Lundqvist, one of five rook-
ies in the Dallas lineup and
playing in his eighth NHL
game, knocked a loose-puck
rebound past Kiprusoff.

Ference got the Flames
within 3-2 with 8:18 left when
he scored from the top of the
left circle, getting the puck
past the stretched-out Turco.
Calgary had another chance,
but couldn’t take advantage of
a power play in the final 5 min-
utes.

Huselius had a power-play
goal, his 20th of the season, in
the first period.

AVALANCHE 4,
COYOTES 3

DENVER — Paul Stastny
scored two goals and Tyler
Arnason added three assists as
the Avalanche ended the Coy-
otes’ six-game road winning
streak.

Milan Hejduk had a goal
and two assists and Joe Sakic
added two assists for Colo-
rado.

is .



NHL LEADERS

SCORING
Through Tuesday
Player, team GP GA Pts
Crosby, Pit 41 23.45 68
Lecavalier, TB 48 29:34 63
St. Louis, TB 48 29 34 63
Ovechkin, Was 46 28 15 63
Heatley, Ott 48 28 4 62
Hossa, Atl 48 29 2 61
Jagr, NYR° 47 17 4 59
Selanne, Ana 48 29 2 58
Thornton, SJ 46 12 46 58
Savard, Bos 43 17 40 57
GOALIES
Through Tuesday

Player, team GP MIN GAAVG
Caron, Ana 2 88 2 136
Hasek, Det : 35 2065 68 1.88
Brodeur, NJ 44 2648 88 1H
Gigu, Ana 34 1905 69 2.17
Backstrom, Min 13. 655 24 220
Toskala, SJ 26 «1511 57 2.26
Conklin, Col 5. 183 T 2.230
Turco, Dal » 40 2212 85 2.31
Mason, Nas 28 1638 63 2.31
Kiprusoff, Cal 40 2397 93 2.33
ELSEWHERE

e Penguins: Gov. Ed Ren-
dell and local leaders are
expected to meet again today
with the Pittsburgh Penguins
as the sides appear to be get-
ting closer to completing a
deal to build a new downtown
arena.

The private meeting would
be the first since Jan. 4, when
Penguins owner Mario Lem-
ieux came away from a prelim-
inary session with Rendell,
county and city officials say-
ing he was “very optimistic”
that an agreement could be
reached.

Meanwhile, Penguins for-
ward Sidney Crosby felt fine a
day after the second-year star
was speared by the stick of
New York Islanders’ All-Star
Jason Blake.

“Tt just kind of knocked the
wind out of me,” Crosby said
Wednesday. “It’s not some-
thing you want to dwell on. It’s
done and over. There’s a lot
more important things to
worry about.”

Blake didn’t receive a pen-
alty following the hit that

_ occurred with less than a min-

ute remaining in the Penguins’
5-2 victory on Tuesday night.
Crosby, however, was sent to
the penalty box for unsports-
manlike conduct.

LATE TUESDAY

e Blues 6, Ducks 2: Eric
Brewer had a goal and two
assists for visiting St. Louis.

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Richard Edward Johnson
26-May-1908 ~ 30-Sept.-1981
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Ruth V. Johnson
18-April-1911 ~ 17-Jan.-1997

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RAHMING

Sunrise: 17th March, 1935
Sunset: 9th January, 2005

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a day... Our hearts ache and silent tears still flow. We did not
understand why our God took you from our side, but we trust
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pain - God loan you to us for a season, to eae our lives and
what an awesome job you did with such good memories you left
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Major, ‘ Corene Miller, Charity Thompson, Noralene Miller and Janet Demeritte

Marsha Bullard, Santi Bain and Karen Bethell Forty grandchildren: Carlton, Aletha, Maedorn, Oscar, Vernetta, Melvise,
Uncles: Edrick, William and Arnold Sturrup, Frank, Sr., Freddie, John, : Thomas, Kwiesi, Albury, Bernard, Louise, Denrick, De’Sha, Danesha,
Cyril, Douglas ‘ Ronrick, Cynysha, Coel, Jarvis, Yusef, Jezreel, Tahirah, Terrance, Mizpha,
and Morris Morley ‘ Lawrence, Holly, Brian, Maleah, Adam, Matthew, Ryan, Indira, Shade,
Aunts: Ruth Cash, Maude and Edith Sturrup, Baie: Wendy and Rosilda ; O’Neil, Jasmine, Corey, Krystal, Ethan, Jonae,

Morley, Clementina Pinder, Birdie and Virginia Sturrup, Virginia Bethel, : Jovaughn and Jade
Pear! Butterfield, : Great-grandchildren: Calvin, Joshua, Brianna, Lance, ere Delgano,

Coralee Sturrup and Barbara Sturrup ‘ Dwight, D’Shantae, Denrecka, Deijah, Tennille, R’Hanee, Christina,

Mother-in-law: Pearline Sands. .t Thomas, Travon, Jasmine,
Brothers-in-law: Rex Messam, David Messam, Albert Munnings, Kent ; Ryan, Aubrey Brianna, Aaron and Ebonique;












Major, Sr, : Great-great-grandchildren: Brijae and Ravescio

_ Wilmore Betheil II, Anthony Bain, Sherlyn Hall and Victor Bullard ‘ Brothers: Charles, Lewell and Paemenous Collie
Sisters-in-law: Donna Adams, Coral Sturrup, Hermean Sturrup and Anne : Sisters: Villamae and Dorcas Collie, Francita Carey and Carina Rolle
Sturrup, ‘ Aunt: Albertha Butler




Numerous nephews, nieces and cousins and a host of other relatives ; Sons-in-law: Jodi Davis and Paul Demeritte

and friends including Jenesta Messam, Franky Adams, Hillary Smith and : Daughters-in-law: Lydia, Earlist, Yvonne, Kristina and Indira

family, Marie Smith and family, Valda McKinney, Shanna Gibson, The : Brothers-in-law: Henry and Leonard Miller

Gaming Board, management and staff of Kerzner International, especially ; Sisters-in-law: Inez and Villimae Miller, J erri, Ann and Angela Collie

the Casino Staff, the nurses of Private Medical, P.M.H., the staff of the ; Numerous nephews and nieces and relatives including Vernal, Conrad,

Dialysis Unit, P.M.H., Ricardo and Patsy Wilson and family, Pastor Alan : Anthony, Earison, Rodney, Harrold, Kirk, Wendal, Terrance, Keith Lewell

Strachan and family, Bishop Ros Davis and family, The Golden Gates : Jr., Evertte, Vincent, Victor, Anthony, Princess, Bertha, Deloris, Pernell,

Assembly World Outreach Ministries family, Chad Munnings, William Betty-Ann, Flossie, Adlene, Melvise, Dottelie, Iris, Vivian, Bettymae,
_- Adderley, Theo Philip Ingraham, of Florida, Dr. Adrian Sawyer, Leslie : Burnnie Elizabeth, Nioka, Sherry, Earlean, Rosalee, Pamela, Dedde,

Ryan, Gwen Morrison, Inez Baker of Florida and Delrose Williamson. : Tempel, Terri, Victoria, Sandra, Daphne, Veronica, Wanda, Barbara Jean,

ee as is Patrice, Burton, Bernard, Baldwin, Paulette, Bradley, Berkley, Byron,

In lieu of floral tributes donation may be sent to the Dialysis Unit at P.O. } Phyllis, Samuel, Darold, Philip, Oscar and Eunice.

Box N. 3730 and St. Barnabas Day School at P.O. Box N1258 in Memory : cape : ;
of Philip Sturrup, Sr. : Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at Cedar Crest Funeral

: Home, Robinson Road and First Street on Friday from 12noon to 6:00p.m
Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at Cedar Crest Funeral ; and on Saturday from 10:00a.m. to 12 noon and at the church from 12:30p.m
Home, Robinson Road and First Street on Friday from 12noon to 6:00p.m, ; until service time.




















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TRIBUNE SPORTS



| Rain comes again .
for Safin, who sets —
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+ Dudi Sela





Looking for Singers, Dancers, Jugglers, Magicians, Comedians, Musicians, Emcees & Show
, Stopping personalities for Entertainment Coordinators.
Full Time/Part Time positions available.

Wednesday January 24, 2007 — Balmoral Ballroom

Vocal Audition: 10:00am
Pesformers Audition: 11:00am
Musicians & Small Bands Audition: 2:00pm

Email your resume to: cmajor@srb.sandals.com. ;
Resume can also be dropped off at Human Resources office at Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort

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@ TENNIS
MELBOURNE, Australia
Associated Press

MARAT SAFIN’S chance for
a third-round match against Andy
Roddick at the Australian Open
was saved by rain.

Safin, the 2005 Australian Open
champion, was within two points
of a shocking loss to 202nd-ranked
Dudi Sela, down 5-6 in the fourth
set and serving at 30-30 on
Wednesday.

A rain shower forced a suspen-
sion. :

Israeli qualifier Sela, who lost to
Roger Federer in his Grand Slam
debut at the French Open last
year and beat Paradorn
Srichaphan in the first round here,
gnawed nervously at his finger-
nails while the roof of the stadium
was closed.

Safin sat unflinching.

After a 17-minute break, Safin
returned and fired an ace and a
service winner, forcing a ticbreak-
er. He won that and then raced
through the fifth set to win 6-3;
5-7, 4-6, 7-6 (4), 6-0 against a
cramping Sela.

“Tf the rain doesn’t come, I was
lost,” said Safin, who exchanged
20 service breaks with Sela.

’ Safin improved his winning
streak to nine at Melbourne Park

‘after winning the 2005 champi-

onship and then missing his title
defense last year with an injured
knee.

He faces sixth-seeded Roddick
next in a third-rqgund match both
had anticipated since last week’s
draw.

Roddick, who started regain-
ing form last season after signing
Jimmy Connors as coach and
making the U.S. Open final, had a
shaky opening match against Jo-
Wilfried Tsonga but was a lot
more settled: Wednesday in a 6-3,
7-6 (4), 6-4 win over another
Frenchman, Marc Gicquel.

“T expected to play Marat,”
Roddick said. “I think we’re both
maybe better than a third-round
matchup. But that’s the way it
shakes out.

“We both have to deal with it.
I’m sure he’s not thrilled about it
either.”

Top-ranked Federer ripped six
forehand winners in the first three

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games while dominating Swedish
veteran Jonas Bjorkman 6-2, 6-3,
6-2, a more convincing start than.
his opening set of the tournament;
when he dropped three service
games to Bjorn Phau. me
“T think I was pretty much in
control today,” said Federer. “I
think it’s a bit of an improve-
ment.” et,
Federer faces U.S. Open semi*
finalist Mikhail Youzhny, a 7-5,
6-4, 6-4 winner over Lu Yen-hsen

of Taiwan, in the third round. But | - ° +

his anticipated fourth-round.

rematch with last year’s runner-up: -— -
Marcos Baghdatis was negated by’. >. '

Gael Monfils, the 2004 junior -’
. world champion from France.

Monfils lunged for shots, slid
into splits as if he were on clay,
and wailed his arms around like
windmills after winning big points.

He won quite a few of them;
and overcome foot trouble that
required treatment after the third
set, in a 7-6 (5), 6-2, 2-6, 6-0 win
that eventually silenced Bagh-
datis’ boisterous cheering section
of Greeks and Cypriots.

Defending women’s champion

Amelie Mauresmo won 6-2, 6#2-.-
‘over Olga Poutchkova in the preé-’ . ’

ceding match on center court, get»
ting over an apparent error in thé
video replay challenge system 6n
her first set point to win it on her
next.

Serena Williams held her con-.

centration long enough for a 7-6": >: -
(4), 6-2 win over Luxembourg’s’ - °

Anne Kremer, and said her 33.
errors were part of her finding her
range.

“T just couldn’t get the balls in
for some reason,” Williams said.
“T think I lost a little focus like
when I was up 4-0 in the second. I
started daydreaming — I’m too
experienced to daydream at that
stage of a match.”

Seven-time Grand Slam win-
ner Williams is unseeded here
after tumbling down the rankings
during an injury plagued 2006. :

She said she’s getting better
with each match and is excited’
about playing No. 5 Nadia Petro-
va next. \

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LAKEVIEW MEMORIAL
GARDENS & MAUSOLEUMS

“Kor Those You Care About Most’’

Gardens & Mausoleum

JFK Drive, Nassau, Bahamas
Tel: (242) 323-7244 ¢ Fax: (242) 323-7329
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October 7th, 1963 - January 14th, 2006

The Lord loaned to us a beautiful The flower knew the good shepherd,
flower, who entered the garden with who pastures his sheep. He lived out
a lustful shower. Inspiring all the his promises, now he s eternally

others to appreciate Gods plants. asleep. So let us thank God, for that

Keeping himas their saviour, thet lower on loan, who now rests in lis
ping y

will have no wants. . aris no more to qgroai.

Sadly missed by mom, Juanita; dad, Ernest; sisters, Carla, Dressler, Christine, Terry,
Carmen; brothers, Michael, Andre, Craig; nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles and
a host of other relatives and friends.



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our heartfelt thanks an 0 friends,

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KEMP'S FUNERAL HOME LIMITED

22 Palmdale Avenue, Palmdale
Nassau, N.P., The Bahamas

A FUNERAL SERVICE FOR THE LATE

DANE WILLIAM
PRITCHARD,

better known as "Danny",
54





of Sea Breeze Estates, |
Nassau, The Bahamas, will |
be held at Calvary Bible |
Church, Collins Avenue,
Nassau, on Saturday, 20th [
January, 2007 at 2:00p.m. f
Pastor Allan R. Lee, Pastor E
Frederick Arnett and Pastor
Tommy Albury will officiate and interment will be
Ebenezer Methodist Cemetery, East Shirley Street,
Nassau.





Mr. Pritchard is survived by his wife, Dianne; parents,
Elwood and Ruth Pritchard; sons, Frank, Dane and
Skoobie Doo; grandsons, Hunter and Dyllan Pritchard;
granddaughters, Ayanna, Skyla and Faith Pritchard;
brothers, Glenn and Kim Pritchard; sister, Deborah
Dawson; uncles, Earl Pritchard and Floyd Weech, aunts
Mavis Weech and Renee Pritchard; daughters-in-law,
Anya Pritchard and Lisa Roberts; brother-in-law, Ken
Dawson; sisters-in-law, Karen and Beth Pritchard:
seven nieces and nephews, Troy, Jonathan, Justin
Pritchard, Erin Albury, Tami and Jessie Dawson and
Tamsin Rogers and many other relatives and close
friends including, Gaylean and Gigi Gonzalez, Kelsey
and Gina Rolle, Mack and Gloria Pinder, the Staff of
Bahamas Food Services and The Guana Cay family.















Instead of flowers the family request that donations
be sent to the Bahamas Heart Association, PO. Box
N. 8189, Nassau or the Bahamas Diabetic Association,
P.O. Box N. 1315, Nassau in memory of Mr. Dane
William Pritchard.






Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at
Kemp's Funeral HomeLimited, 22 Palmdale, Avenue,
Palmdale on Friday, 19th January, 2007 from 4:00 p.m.
to 6:00 p.m. :


















Arrangements by Kemp's Funeral Home Limited. |

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2007, PAGE 5

KEMP’S FUNERAL HOME LIMITED

22 Palmdale Avenue, Palmdale
Nassau, N.P., The Bahamas

A FUNERAL SERVICE FOR THE LATE

MR EDGAR GORDON
GODDARD, 79

of Shirley Park Avenue, Nassau,
The Bahamas, who died at his home
on Tuesday, 16th January, 2007 will
be held on Saturday 20th January, | -
2007, at the Graveside, Lakeview
Memorial Gardens, JFK Drive, | —
Nassau at llam.















Fr. Michael Gittens will officiate.
Mr. Goddard is survived by his *

wife, Elisabeth (Betsy) Goddard; sons, Jeff and Jim Goddard;
‘daughter, Jeanne Treco grandchildren, Courtney and Jonathan
Treco, Anna, Karalyn and Hollie Goddard; sister, Barbara Meadows
(England); son-in-law, Shayne Treco; daughter-in-law, Katie
Goddard; sister-in-law, Susan Burnside and other relatives and
friends.










In lieu of flowers, please feel free to make a donation to your
preferred charity in memory of Mr. Edgar Gordon Goddard.











MRS. SEVASTI
CHARLES ALEXIOU
NEE PATELLI, 88

of Nassau, The Bahamas will be
held at the Annunciation Greek
Orthodox Church, West Street,
Nassau on Saturday, January 20,
2007 at 11:00 a.m. :












Father Theodor Bita, Economos will
officiate and interment will follow
in St. Anne's Cemetery, Fox Hill,



Nassau.




Mrs. Alexiou was pre-deceased by her husband, Mr. Charles
Alexiou and is survived by her two sons, Emmanuel and Michael
and their wives, Kersten and Spring; five grandchildren, Matthew,
Nicholas, Lukas, Sophia and Liam; nieces and nephews, Kaliopy
Tssavousis, Emmanuel M. Alexiou and Katherine Klonaris and
many other extended family members in The Bahamas and abroad.







Instead of flowers, friends may make a donation to The Persis
Rogers Home for the Aged, P. O. Box N-7350, Nassau, Bahamas
in memory of Mrs. Sevasti Charles Alexiou.




Friends may pay their respects at the Chapel of Love, Kemp's
Funeral Home Limited, Palmdale Avenue and Bradley Street,
Nassau on Friday, January 19, 2007 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.






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Butler’s Funeral Homes & Crematorium



































REV. LEROY
NIBUD DELANCY,
TAXI #53, 87

Point, Cat Island will be held on Saturday,



too numerous to mention.

church on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

MRS. EDITH
VERNELL DAVIS, 78

of Hill Side Park off Bernard Road will |
be held on Saturday, January 20th, 2007
at 11:00 a.m. at St. George’s Anglican
Church, Montrose Avenue. Officiating
will be the Rev’d Fr. Kingsley Knowles,
The Rev’d Fr. Kirkland Russell, The §
Rev’d Dr. James Moultrie and The Rev’d
Fr. Don Haynes. Interment will follow ff
in the Eastern Cemetery, East Shirley
Street. 2









Left to cherish her memories are her Two

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

ST acy Vee ee eu Le

: Katherine Davis-Lockhart and Carolyn Davis; One (1) Daughter-in-law;
! Vylana Davis;, One (1) Son-in-law; Teshonn Lockhart; Four (4)
: Grandchildren, Shannon Austin, Vernell Leanice, Shenique Andrea and
: Austin Willard Gary “A.J.” Davis; One (1) Sister; Alicia White; Two (2)
: Brothers; Dr. George and Lewis White; Four (4) Sisters-in-law; Michelle
? and Alice White, Esther Davis and Grace Kemp, Two (2) Brothers-in-
of Soldier Road and formerly of Devil’s : law; Ivan and Bernard Davis; Six (6) Cousins; Grace Wallace, Yvonne
; Lewis, Neil Lassister, Felix, James and Philip Bowe; Ten (10) Nieces;
January 20°, 2007 at 10:00 a.m. at St. ;
John’s Native Baptist Cathedral, Meeting }
Street. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Michael :
C. Symonette CBE, JP and Rev. Dr. Hervis :
Bain Jr., MBE, JP. Interment will follow ;
in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road. |
: The Parish family of St. George’s Church.
He is survived by his children: Annamae Delancy, Michael Delancy, }
Sybilene Cumberbatch, Evelyn Delancy, Daniel and Georgina Delancy; One :
(1) brother: Lloyd Delancy; Fourteen (14) Grandchildren: Stacey N. ;
Siewnath-Smith, Kathy Thurston; April Delaney-Blount; Sherrylynn :
Cumberbatch-Bastian; Paul, Peter and Kareem Cumberbatch,; Cornelia ;
Mackay, Desiree Mackay-Kabasko, Nelson Delancy-Burrows, Melinda and :
Tanya Delancy, Dantricia and Daniel Delancy Jr; Eight (8) Great Grand }
children; One (1) Daughter-in-law: Darlene Delancy; Four (4) Grand ;
sons-in-law: Ian Smith, Elliott Blount, Lamond Bastian, and Eric Kabasko; :
Six (6) Brothers-in-Law: George McKinney of Wulff Road, Matthew }
McKinney of Florida, Dr. Jerome McKinney of Pittsburgh, David McKinney,
Wilfred Taylor and Edward Williams; Nine (9) Sisters-in-Law: Mrs. |
Dorothy Delaney, Mrs. Remona Delaney, Mrs. Ruth Delancy; Mrs. Catherine :
North of Miami, Florida, Mrs. Enid Taylor of Boynton Beach Fla, Mrs. ;
Lena Rahming-Williams of Delray Beach Florida, Mrs. Queenie F oard of }
Falls Church, Virginia; Mrs. Barbara McKinney, Mrs. Theresa McKinney; }
One (1) Aunt-in-Law: Mrs. Queenie Smith; Numerous Nieces, Nephews, :
Grandnieces and Grandnephews and a host of other relatives and friends

Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral Homes & Crematorium,
Emest & York Streets on Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and at the ;




: Linda Aranha; Three (3) Brothers; Henry, Alexander and Leo; Three

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

(2) Sons; Dr. Austin and Garry Anthony Davis; Two (2) Daughters;

Angela and Lorraine White, Carla Whittingham, Monique Morant-Wade,
Deborah White, Janet Major, Lisa Davis, Margaret Kemp, Francyss and
Suzette Pratt; Ten (10) Nephews; Leonard, Rudolph, Adrian, Andre and
Gregg White, Robert Whittingham, Dr. Yusef Morant-Wade, Bernard
Kemp, Bradshaw Major and Matthew Pratt; Seventeen (17) Grandnieces
and Grandnephews and a host of other relatives and friends including;

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

MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR.

MRS. DONNA MARIE
THURSTON-HANNA, 48

of South Beach will be held on Saturday,
January 20th, 2007 at 2:00 p.m. at the —
| Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses,

| Dolphin Drive. Officiating will Bro. Geno
Knowles.

Left to cherish her precious memories
are her devoted Husband; Leon; One
(1) Son; Preston; Two (2) Daughters;
Donna and Lournette; Adopted-mother;

(3) Sisters; Mildred, Geraldine and Gloria; Six (6) Brothers-in-law;
Brenville, Neville, Henry, Leroy, Hurvin and David; Seven (7) Sisters-
in-law; Adlin, Merline, Flossie, Esther, Arethra, Ernestine and Lillace;
Three (3) Uncles; Henry, Jerry and Elisha, Seven (7) Aunts; Pearline,
Maritta, Evangaline, Greta, Grace, Auntie Fee and Naomi; Twenty-four
(24) Nieces; Twenty-six (26) Nephews; numerous Cousins including;
Enith Ellis and a host of other relatives and friends including; The
South Beach Congregation and Thousands of Spiritual Brothers and
Sisters among the Worldwide association of Jehovah’s Witnesses.



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| Butler's Funeral Homes & Crematorium

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

* SEMI-MILITARY FUNERAL FOR







Pinder’s Funeral Home
“Service Beyond Measure”

PALMDALE AVENUE, NASSAU, BAHAMAS ;
PHONE: 322-4570/ 393-1351 ¢ CELL: 357-3617

RANNIE PINDER President

RETIRED
LAND SGT. 57 ,
PRINCE eNais FUNERAL SERVICE

EDWARD GRANT, 88










fl Sr ines Sd GWENDOLYN

of Imperia ark an

formerly of Eight Mile ae
2.

-) Rock, Grand Bahama will
fl} be held en Saturday,
January 20°", 2007 at 11:00
a.m. at St. Francis Xavier
1 Cathedral, West Hill Street.
| Officiating will be Fr. Mel Taylor. Interment will follow
| in the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church Cemetery,
7 East Shirley Street.

of Lower Deadmans Cay,
Long Island, will be held at
Our Lady of Mount Carmel
Roman Catholic Church,
Hamilton Long Island on
Saturday January 20th, 2007
at 10:00am. Burial will be in -
the St. John's Burial Society
Lower Deadmans Cay Long Island. Father Patrick Fanning
SSCC assisted by Catechist Leonard Cartwright officiating.






























Left to cherish his memories are his Wife; Alverna
| Grant; Three (3) Sons; William “Monty”, Don and
i Charles Grant; Two (2) Step-sons; Samuel and George
Adderley; Six (6) Daughters; Meta Chea, Agnes Dillet,
Estelle Campbell, Fredericka Jimenez, Marsha Chriswell
and Rosetta Ali; One (1) Daughter-in-law; Alice Grant;
Twenty-two (22) Grandchildren, Twenty-three (23)
Great-grandchildren, Two (2) Sons-in-law; Edvardo
Jimenez and Adrian Chriswell; Two (2) Sisters;
Josephine Pinder and Pearl Bartlett; Five (5) Sisters-
| in-law; Mavis, Katherine and Doll Treco, Theresa
Turnquest and Miriam Knowles; Three (3) Brothers-
in-law; Milton, Joey and Damian Treco and other
relatives and friends including; Meg Adderiey, Arnette
“Ninny” Adderley, Ethel Laing, Dr. J osephine Bartlett,
Elencia Smith, Rev. Dr. Roland and Geraldine Hamilton,
Cecil Hepburn, Alvin Pinder, Sir. Arlington Butler,
| Thelma Johnson, J.M. Pinder, Commissioner of Police
| Mr. Paul Farquharson, the Royal Bahamas Police Force,
The Sacred Heart family, The Curfew Lodge and The
Masons Lodge.

She was predeceased by her husband, Clinton Ritchie in
1987, she will be missed but pleasant memory will remain
with her four children, John and Paul Ritchie, Julita
Knowles and Natanya Fox; five grandchildren, Nikita,
Bettina and Jude Jr. Knowles, Tania Ritchie and Karena
Fox; mother, Edith McHardy Bowe; one sister, Catherine
Storr; two brothers, Cecil and Robert Bowe; one uncle,
Harrod Turnquest; one aunt, Margaret McHardy; five
brothers-in-law, Talbot, Vernon, Vincent, Frankie Ritchie
and Hubert Storr; six sisters-in-law, Emily and Sheryl
Bowe, Antoinette Weech, Eloise Thompson, Pamela Moree
and Virginia Pinder, numerous nieces and nephews
including, Delerease, Raquel, Samantha, Latoya, Lavar,
Nyshoie, Nickky, Tamara, Dimecko, Tamar, Tamica, Tia,
Rio, T.J., Brian, Angie and Shenka; numerous relatives
and special friends including, Rudell, Yvonne and Maxine
Ritchie, Archie Moree and Benjamin Pinder, Elva Ritchie,
Ullin and Carmen Ritchie, Gary and Elizabeth Ritchie,
Everette and Betty Turnquest, Nolvin and Elva Turnquest,
Orlando and Barbara Turnquest, Jacqueline Turnquest
Gerard and Tawan Darville, Margo and Geane Miller,

Viewing will be held at the Chapel of Butlers’ Funeral
Patrice and Allen Symonette,-Edna and Raymond Fox.

Homes and Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on
Thursday from 2:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. 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.

Friends may pay their last respect at Pinder's Funeral
Home Palmdale Ave., Palmdale on Friday January 19th,
2007 from 5:300pm until 7:00pm.



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Bethel Brothers Morticians

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR |

SEMI-MILITARY
FUNERAL SERVICE FOR
RETIRED

RALPH
BUTLER, 65

| of #18 Stephen's Close, Gleniston }
Gardens and formerly of United Estates, :
San Salvador will be held on Saturday :
at 11:00 a.m. at Kemp Road Ministries, ;
Kemp Road, Rev'd Dr. Ivan Butler, :
assisted by other ministers of the gospel { f
will officiate, Interment will be made ;

in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Road. :

He is survived by his loving and dedicated wife of 41 years, Mildred; three

children, Garfield, Dr. Sharmaine Butler and Attorney Truman Butler (Atl);
one daughter-in-law, Fredericka; granddaughter, Tahlia; two brothers, Pastor

Harrison and Rev. Stanmitz Butler; three sisters, Princess Butler, Levinna :
Rolle and Pastor Mavis Major; five sisters-in-law, Diana and Christine :
Butler, Maria Smith, Roselda Sawyer and Theresa Burrows, Louise, Judy,
Elrena, and Patrice Whyms; six brothers-in-law, Joel Rolle, Ishmael Major, |
Samuel, Henry, Joseph and Raphael Wemyss, Andrew Burrows; aunt, Emily |
Smith; nieces and nephews including, Yao and Dr. Vadalia Butler-Poku :
(Ariz.), Garrett and Patricia Butler (Texas), Ursula and K.G. Gibbs, Julie |
and Lenford Curtis (Fla), Attorney Jacinda Butler, Noland, Jed and Bradford |
Rolle, Cordell, Terrance and Shavonne Major, Lana and Allan Fernander, |
Miriam Hamm, Abraham, Mario, Theresa, Monique, Raquel and Shantel |
Butler, John, Samuel, Sandra, Neil, Ramon and Shannon, Roosevelt, }
Kenneth, David, Kevin, Garcia, Alvarez and Jovan Whyms, Angela Johnson, |

Patsy Henfield, Leonie Johnson, Swanson and Sheryl Kelson, Ingrid, Keisha
, three brothers, Nigel, Bertrum and Kenneth Bowe; three sisters, Joan McKay,

and Casey Wemyss and Acribba Solomon; numerous cousins including,

Marjorie McKinney, Amy Gay, Carl and Gloria Butler, Rev. Ivan Butler |
Sr., Newman Butler (NY), Pamrica Rodgers, Carriemae Hunt, Winifred |
Campbell, Vera Storr, Dilett and Ret. Chief Supt. Hendrick Nairn, Paul ;
Vernencha, Jack Renea Butler, Ulrick and Norman Butler (Det.), Enid Cox |
(Fla.), Telathor Strachan, Keva Johnson, Barbara Barnes, Edison Moxey, |
Cedric (Fla) and Rev. Joseph Saunders, Bessiemae, Bess, Beulahmae Morris, -:
Paula Ferguson, Elder Helen McPhee, Hazel Edgecombe, Dr. Norman and : Tania Roberts, Ross, Brent, Trevor, Stacy, Anthony, Maxwell Jr. and Lilith
Lloyd Gay, Winifred Thompson; Andrew McKinney, Janet-Davis, Tony |
McKinney, Rev. Patrick and Rudy Levarity, Ingrid Bain, Francina Anderson,
Betty Williams, Rev. Drs. Ivan and Joanne Butler, Wrensworth, Johnathan, |
Nathan, Emmanuel and Samuel Butler, Christine Neely, Marie Thorpe, |
Eugene Jr., Abraham, Benjamin, Michael, Elizabeth, Apostles Paul and | Bishop Rudolph Bowe, Father Kendrick Forbes and Fr. Glen Nixon, St.
David Butler, Louise Simmons, Master Sgt. Paul Butler (Atl), Theresa |
White (Det), Dorothy Butler, Hon. Melanie Griffin, Cheryl Brown, Stephen :
and Sonia Serette, Ellamae Blyden, Peter and Edwin Butler, Blanche Butler, |
Yvonne Williams, Dr. Ricky and Kimberly Davis, Matthew, Ezra and Earl |
Davis, Bishops Harry and Godfrey Clarke, Maxine Burrows, Luther Jones, |
Katherine Larrimae, Pastor Leon Brown, Hortense Bowe, Elmeada Storr, |
Winifred Bannister, Ethlyn Adderley, Ruth Miller, Ruby Gordon, Nell |

Strachan, Ethlyn Stubbs, Mildred Butterfield, Ruth Charlton, Rosheva
Hepburn, Irene King, and a host of other relatives and friends including,

John White (Det), Ezra Curry, Fr. Rodney Burrows, Berthell Pratt, B.K.
: Bonamy, Danny and Deborah Price, Bishop Lawrence Rolle, Marlon Cleare,

SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE , the Wells, Sturrup, Bain and Mackey families and the Gleniston Gardens

community, management and staff of the Gaming Board, Judicial Department,

Department of Immigration, Wemco Security, Family Medicine Dept-PMH,
i Fr. Kendrick Forbes and Holy Family Parish and The Royal Bahamas Police
: Force.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians #44 Nassau
Street on Friday form 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church
from 10:00 a.m. until srevice time.

LEONARD M.
"BOW TIE"
BOWE, 92

of Crawford Street and former of Forest,
Exuma will be held on Monday at 11:00
a.m. at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, West
Hill Street. Fr. Kenrick Forbes, assisted
by Fr. Glen Nixon will officiate. Interment
will be made in Lakeview Memorial
Gardens, J.EK. Drive.

Left to cherish his memory are his wife

Ethlyn Bowe; 11 daughters, Patricia

Daxon, Jocelyn Holbert, Rebecca Smith,

Janien Bodie, Helen Butler, Antionette Bowe, Nicole Strachan, Gertrude
Sweeting, Janeen McCartney and Sonia Dames; eight sons, William,
Leonard, Leon, Craig, Colin, Michael and L.M. Bowe and Stanford Bain;

Lillian Ward and Visna Mackey; 57 grandchildren including Monique Roker,

Marchello Cargille I, Robert Farquharson, Kenyan, Kachina and Kareem

Lightbourne, Jonathan, Megan and Justin Bodie, Anthony, Marvin, Angelo
and Lakeisha Cargille, Deron Smith, Sonia Bowe-Adderley, Kenton, Nadia,
Camron, Gowon, Nadya, Elsa, Eitline, Simone, Stewart, Scott, Stephen,
Erik and Nickara Bowe, Paula, Elizabeth, Terrance, Antonius, Bruno and

Butler, Camille Harrison, Angela Munnings, Raymond; Roscoe and Michael
Dames, Yvette Sands, Gillian Dorsette, Corin McCartney, Sidney Sawyer
II, Anya and Alexis Sawyer, Nichelle Strachan, Christi and Nickia Bodie;
many family and friends including Inesta, Carlos and Claude Bowe and

Francis Catholic Church, Mrs. Neilly, Mrs. Rosalind Watkins, the Taxi Club
Union and the staff of Princess Margaret Hospital and Gertrude O'Brien.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians #44 Nassau
Street on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on Monday at the
church from 10:00 a.m. until service time. ;





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Bethel Brothers Morticians |

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

Waa

ADELAIDE
~ FREDRICA
BUTLER-JONES, 93

of Blue Hill Estates and formerly of
San Salvador will be held on Sunday
at 2:00 p.m. at Zion Baptist Church,
East and Shirley Streets. Rev'd T. G.
Morrison, assisted by other Ministers
of the Gospel will officiate. Interment
will be made in Woodlawn Gardens,
Soldier Road.

Mrs. Jones and her late husband Leon parented eleven children,
Harrington, Sybil, Philip Jones and Julie Reckley predeceased her.
Memory will linger in the hearts of Lenora Pinder, Dorothy Allen,
Maudline Pinder, Beryl Bonimy, Mervin, Peter and Roy Jones; 29
grandchildren, Brenda Evans, Denise Cooper, George Pinder, Mark
Allen, Livingston Forbes, Carolyn Ambrose, Cherian Rolle, Fiona
King, Daphne Brooks, Charlene Higgs, Clifton, Stephen, Dwayne
Pinder, Madonna Bethel, Andrew and Elwood Bonimy, Pamela
Bowe, Rochelle Hanna, Lenria Edwards, Dawnita Fry, Marvin,
Michael and Deyvon Jones, Darlene Miller, Kenton Reckley, Jamal,
Janique, Kissie, Tevanna, Trevor and Troy Jones; 53 great
grandchildren; seven great, great grandchildren; two daughters-in-
law, Lillian and Paula Jones; four sons-in-law, Preston Allen, Roland
Pinder, Alkmund Bonimy and Frederick Reckley; two sisters-in-law,
Oralee Butler and Christina Williams; one brother, Nathaniel Butler;
numerous nieces and nephews, Minerva, Shirley, Ruth, Ella, Gloria,
Andrea, Sandy, Audrey, Myrthlyn, Daisy, Valerina, Lurie, Malinda,
Alma, Constance, Janith, Virginia, Ernestine, Marina, Selina, Julie,
Daisy, Vangy, Lillis, Audrey, Rose and Maria, Bruce, Kenneth,
Elsworth, Robert, Edward, Elkin, Reggie, Harry, Ronald, Eric,
Osborne, Alexander, Harry, Basil, Bernard and Sydney.

A host of other relatives and friends including, Icylin McGregor
(caretaker), Whitmore, Joey, Cardinal, Ken, Charles, Ian, Kenneth,
Andrew, Clarise, Pamela, Jill, Latoya, Tamara, Marsha, Julia, Errol,
Clifton, Clayton and Lloyd, Catherine Minnis and family, Vangy
McGill and family, Isadora Saunders and family, Idell Jones and
family, Carolina Fernander and family, Rev. Terrance Morrison and

family and the Zion Baptist Church family East and Shirley Streets. .

“As Matriarch Jones prepared to exit her house of clay, she rejoiced
_ in Psalms 23 and second Timothy, Chapter 4, knowing she had fought

a good fight, finished her course and kept the faith, Henceforth there
is laid up for her a crown of righteousness, which the Lord the
righteous judge, shall give to her at that day. Rest in peace Mama...Rest
in peace.

Friends may pay their last respects at Bethel Brothers Morticians
#44 Nassau Street on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on
Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and at the church from 12:30
p.m. until service time.








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Conmmontrealth Funeral Home

# Independence Drive » Phone: 341-4055 S

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

Rochelle Denise Gray, 40
affectionately called "Shelly"

OSS
N Ne

of Narcissus Avenue Garden Hills IJ will be held
on Saturday 10:00 a.m. at Calvary Deliverance
Church East Street South. Bishop V.G. Clarke
assisted by Pastor James Newry, Pastor Dorothy
Moss and other ministers will officiate and
interment will follow in Lakeview Memorial
Gardens John F. Kennedy Drive.
Precious memory are held by,-her faithful and
devoted husband of 20 years, Brother Hilton
Robert Gray; 2 sons, Hilton Jr. and Asaron
Gray; mother, Cynthia Armbrister; 5 sisters,
Myrtle Stubbs, Sharon Farrington, Rosalee Dean,
Genesta Bethel and Bridgette Armbrister; other sisters and brothers, Nickey
Nicholls, Rubiemae Russell, Janet Armbrister, Jillian, Shantel, Whitney and
Ed Armbrister, Floyd, Shavon and Mario Armbrister and Whitney and Ed
Armbrister, Anthony Sweeting; 18 aunts, Idell Humes-Dorsette, Doris Taylor,
Laura Williams, Senior Nursing Officer Hannah Rahming-Grant, Loleth
Gaitor, Linda Moss, Barbara and Pamela Moss, Vivian Rahming, Lucene
Sears, Remelda Rolle, Alice Johnson, Janet Stubbs, Dorothy Stubbs-Moss,
Eloise, Joyce, Vernita and Forinda Armbrister; 14 uncles, Genese Humes,
Arthur Maycock, Christopher and Basil Moss, Bishop Sterling Moss, Walton
Taylor, James Williams, Thomas Grant, Wayne Gaitor, Stafford and Wilfred
Rahming, Reuben Stubbs, Rudolph and Sam Gray; numerous nieces and
nephews, Robert and Montico Rahming, Thallise Maycock, Sonia Armbrister,
Joeletta Ramsey, Joe Stubbs, Lasha Smith, Milton Hanna, Latoya, Sidney,
Seiko and Scott Farrington, Anastasia, Jamal Rolle, Candacee, Terrance Jr.,
Tyrell, Terrenique, Cadejah Dean, Krizia, Julius, Scentique, Aaron Bethel,
Charles Jr., Dr. Sharmaine Gray, Dr. Kamala Gray-Poitier, Linda Johnson,
Samuel, Janean, Demond and Javaughn Gray, Ricardo, Reno and Rockwell
Rolle, Rocelia Gibson, Anton Gray Sr., Givonna Moss, Richard Johnson III,
Tamara Rahming-Turnquest, Levi Jr., and Reynoldo Rolle, Lakeisha Pinder,
Corero and T'Jaun MCPhee, Damaso Gray, Carlton Jr., Ajayne and Kieron
Ferguson, Carson, Jemier, Jonnelle and Ian Gray, Indira Collie-Gray, Cecelia
Stubbs, Lakenya and Aaliyah Gray and Matio Balfour; 11 sisters-in-law,
Doris Armbrister, Natasha Armbrister, Shirley Jean, Thelma Rolle, Joyce
Darville, Laura Rolle, Taraceta Pinder, Lula Ferguson, Latoya Brown, Remelda
Rolle and Alice Johnson; 10 brothers-in-law, Joe Stubbs, Sidney Farrington,
Bethel, Terrance Dean, Dr. Eugenne Sr., Rufus, Jhonny, Troy, Nekeno and
Jeffery Gray; other relatives and friends, Yvonne Campbell, Valderine
Winters, Brenda Sawyer; Karen Francis, Dianne Fernander, Kavin, Sterling
and Wendell Francis, Sandra, Wilfred, Paul and Ella Humes of Milwaukee
Wisconsin, Mikelle Newry of Texas, Euricka Rolle, Christine Heastie and
Joy Dean, Associate Pastor Arthur Leroy, Herman, Patrick, (Tony) Audley,
Lynden, Dereo, Lampheir, Richmond and Mark Maycock, Paula, Marie,
Dwight, Randy, Stephanie and Richard Rahming, Wilfred Rahming Sr., Judd,
Kera, Jenson and Jocklano Williams, Thomas Jr., Zharroh Grant, Valencia,
Vernita and Valentino Moss, Christopher Jr., Deangelo, Nicora, Lynden,
Kevin, Joy, Candia, Keyshawn, Alicia, Latrell, Brittney and Myra Moss, |
David Charles, Sherry, Alice Adderley, Myrtle Rolle, David and Charles
Adderley, Kendra, Randolyn Jr., and Ethan Newry, Keisha, Valine and Shakera
Winters, Charenda Sawyer, Terrell Farrington, Alindell Franis, Ernest and
Valentino Winters, Yvanda Rolle, Charmaine Darling, the Armstrong family,
the Humes family of Exuma, the Armbrister family, the Thompson family,
the Johnson, Ferguson, Mason, Seymour, Bodie, Clark and Newry families,
Nurse Now, Dr. Moss, Dr. Rahming, the Gray family, Pastor V.G. Clarke, the
entire Calvary Deliverance Church family, the entire staff of Ministry of
Works, Architectural Department, the entire General Post Office and staff the
Wells family and the entire community of Garden Hills II.



Relatives and friends may view the remains at THE CHAPEL OF MEMORIES
INDEPENDENCE DRIVE on Friday from 11:00-6:30 p.m. an at the church
on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to service time.



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THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2007, PAGE 11

C@vergreen

rtuary

Mackey Street ¢ P.O. Box N-4404
Nassau, Bahamas
Tel: 242-394-7999 ¢ Nights 242-322-3242

FUNERAL SERVICES

THOMAS JOHN
GIBSON, 49

of St. Paul Street Chippingham will be }
held on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at St. Joseph :
Catholic Church, Boyd Road. Officiating :
will be Deacon Gregory Taylor, assisted :
by other ministers. Interment will follow :
in the church cemetery, Tyler Street. :

He is survived by his wife,- Christine
McPhee-Gibson; children, Christian, J’don :
and Shikera; father, Thomas Gibson;

stepmother, Mable Gibson; step-father,
Chesterfield Bynoe; parents-in-law,

William and Mavis McPhee; sisters, Ismay
Black, Olivia Sweeting, Marsha Williams, Ann Simmons, Althea Gibson and :
Tiffany Gibson; brothers, Carl Gibson, Thomas Gibson, Neil Gibson and Timothy

Gibson; brothers-in-law, Lloyd Black, Allan Sweeting, Tomilee Williams,

William McPhee, Trevor McPhee, Marcus Roberts, Robin Ferguson and Kim

Turnquest; sisters-in-law, Sharon Gibson, Constance Gibson, Lisalette Gibson,

Lorna Gibson, LaRoda Turnquest, Alaura Roberts, Daisy Ferguson and Denise :
McPhee; adopted sons, Santonio McPhee, Elton McPhee and Stavanno :
Symonette; adopted daughter: Dakota; nieces and nephews, Daulton, Aaliah, }

Aalyssa, Lafaro, Tamika, Sade, Travis, Corey, Davardo, Lashandra, Tanya’ah,
Cameron, Carla, Chelsi, Shantee, Thomas, Tamari, Taneil, Taneil, Taneika,
Katrina, Jeffery, Kyle, Nioshe, Kishnell, Karan, Shervin, Matayo, Robin Jr.,

Demeko, Bobby Jr., Kaylisa, Brittni, Donque. Antonio, Marcus Jr. and Damia; }
aunts and uncles: Glory Smith, Ella and Sidney Whitfield, Eloise Sands, Nelson :
and Melvina Sands, Mavis Johnson, Alfreda and Joseph Deal, Verline Knowles, :
Paula and Felix Cartwright, Roland and Betty Rolle, Mispha Rolle, Dorcos }
Rolle, Renea and Ira McPhee and Roxy and Alonzo McPhee; grandaunt: Rosalie :
Dean; grandnieces: Asia and Kennedy; cousins: Marcian Moxey, Anthony
Moxey, Kevin Moxey, Brian Fernander, Kevin Fernander, Denise Nairn, Dwight :

| Fernander, Dwayne Femander, Larry Smith, Barry Smith, Charlene Smith,

Elisabeth Roberts, Charlotte Abwah, Blake Smith, Leonard Smith, Patrick

Smith, Portia Corbell, Catherine and Wimore Brown, Thomas and Pauline Dean,
Paul and Rosllyn Dean, William Dean, Delores Dean, Margaret and Abel Ahyi,

Barbara Dean, Anthony Dean, John Dean, Brian, Marsha, Michella, Randy,

Nadine, Fern, Daphne, Bethsheva, Butch, Naomi, Garnell, Adena, Linda, Reggie,
Brian, Theresa, Portia, Gregory, Sherry, Hank, Paula, Jackie, Michael, Hanc,

Joseph, Vincent, Shawn, Keith, Hillary, Margaret, Rochelle, Andrew, Andy,

Michael, Ario, Edith, Shawn, Brenda, Maxine, Lavingston, Don, Reane, Rosie,

Dave, Antonya, Andea, Quinton, Shenique. Eloise, Deborah, Ray, Melony, :
Olive, Mel, Sharlene, Michola, Luella, June, Alonzo Jr., Margaret and Adam
Brown, Joe and Antia Romer, Perry, Unda, Nate, Dwayne and Wendy; godsons:
Howard Thompson and Marcin Kerr; adopted family: Jenney Dean, Valary
Sands and Willamae Dean and family;extended family: the Browns of :

Chippingham, the Thompsons of Chippingham, the Rolles of Chippingham,

Mrs. Laing of Chippingham, the Outtens of Farrington Road, the Deans of
Farrington Road, Vadline Rolle and family of Farrington Road, Jefferson and :
Debbie Nesbitt of New York, the Francis of Chippingham, Aetos Wendys family, i
Junkanoo Groups, Most Qualified Sting and Thingum. B.T.C. family, Ministry ;
of Education Security Division and Willard Patton Primary School. }

Relatives and friends may pay their last respect at Evergreen Mortuary located
on Mackey Street opposite Minute Muffler on Friday from 10:00a.m. to 6:00
p.m. and again on Saturday at the church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.

-| PORTER ALLEN
Y GORDEN
DUNCANSON, 63

4 of Bottle Creek North Caicos, Turks and
Caicos Island will be held on Saturday at
Believers Gospel Chapel, Prince Charles

‘] at 2:00 p.m. Officiating will be Elder

. (| Barter Duncanson assisted by Pastor
Rodrick Rolle. Cremation will follow.

\) Left to cherish fond memory are his wife,
Agatha Lawton Duncanson; children:
Thomas, Porter Jr., Ancela, Shanino,
Dwayne, Portia and Shavagla; step-
children, Gemini and Steve Lawton;
siblings, “ait and Stephanie, Barton and Eudene, Veronica, Rev'd Dr. Lloyd
and Landa Smith; numerous aunts and uncles including, Valerie Duncanson,
Keturah Ferguson, Jessica Duncanson, Pamela Duncanson, Wilhelmina Anderson,
Dewitt Duncanson; mother-in-law, Florabell Penn; a host of nieces and nephews
including, Owen, Barton Jr., Dana, Beryn, Brochelle, Dena, Dee Dee, Brain,
Julana, Denika, Catherine, Andronia, Clementra, Shanique, Katishla, Sylvan,
Fredrick Jr., Elsa Carey, Kimnovah, Stacy, Dentina, Winston, Kaseen, Kimsley,
Ricky, Anthony, Clement, Denton and Kyle; brothers-in-law, Frank, Kitchener
and Clement Penn; sister-in-law, Peggy Penn; numerous cousins and other
relatives including, Andrew Newlands, Rosemarie Thompson, Annie, Lightbourne,
Geneva Hall, Antoine Hall, Linda Romer, Nancy Parker, Princess Smith, Rafelita
Smith and family, Novil Smith, Humphrey, Cynthia Mayhew, Nathan, Spencer
and Michael Duncanson, Adrianna Duncanson, Lucille Lightbourne, Maude
Jones, Elaine Cooper, Myrtle Balfour, Monica Sands, Maxine Carpenter, Bert
Duncanson, Cecil, Majorie, Winston, Orthneil, George Carl and David Duncanson,
Egbert Kennedy, Doreen, Amelia Bain, Lydia Henfield, Verona Sattles, Hepzibah
Ingraham, Colmada, Maureen William, Grisilda Forbes, Cone II, Shervin
Ferguson, Brenda Burrows, Franklyn Ferguson, Tracey Lewis, Adrian Ferguson,
Earlston Anderson, Reo Anderson, Mercedes Anderson, Mavalo Duncanson,
Lavado Duncanson, Devono Moss, Keturah Duncanson, Dewitt Duncanson,
Ruth Grear, Thelma Goodson, Harold Goodson, Anne Fritzgerald, Eliza Pratt,
Anita Williams, Gilbert Smith, Willard Smith, Athur Phillips. Lorraine Moss,
Alfred Phillips, The Duncanson, Hamilton, Smith, Saunder, Seymour, Astwood,
Pratt, Basden, Been, Gardiner, Glinton, Walkine, Williams, Outten, Musgrove
families, Keva Farqhurson and family, Coralee Sturrup and family, Judy Rolle
and family, The Rose, Sturrup, Rahming and Penn families, Fairleen Lightboume
and family, Ceclia Smith and family, Rev. Karen Barret and family, 33 Degree
Manson, and a host of other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
Relatives and friends may pay their last respect at Evergreen Mortuary on
Mackey Street opposite Minute Muffler on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
and again on Saturday from 10:00a.m.12:00 noon and again at the church from
1:00 p.m. until service time.















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FREEPORT

11A East Coral Road, Freeport, G.B., Bahamas
P.O. Box F-42312

Telephone: (242) 373-1115 / (242) 373-1471

Pager: (242) 340-8043 ¢ Fax: (242) 373-3005

and Cromalorium Yaniled



THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2007, PAGE 13

Mortuary

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



FUNERAL SaaS FOR

ALFRED "JUNIOR"
MITCHELL, 49





‘Rock, Grand Bahama, will be held on



| at Emmanuel Baptist Church, High Rock,








| Bahama.



in-law, Terrica Mitchell; grandchildren, Brittany and Dymond; father,

> = | Solomon Mitchell;.stepmother, Dorcas Mitchell; brothers, Elgin, John and
_ | Tally Mitchell, William Cooper and Denny McIntosh Sr.; sisters, Lucille

Hanna, LuRella Pinder, Deborah Curry, Deaconess Rachael Higgs, Georgina
"LaShay" King and LaShanda Mitchell; adopted brothers, Orthneil
| Wildgoose; adopted sister, Allyson McBride; brothers-in-law, Dashie
Hanna, Lester Pinder, Michael Curry, Anton King, Pastor Joel Saunders;
Ashwell, Harold and Orthnell Saunders, Pastor John McIntosh, Marzel
Kemp, Ruben Wildgoose, Eric Higgs, Bishop Huden Roberts and Oswald
McBride; sisters-in-law Evangelist Marjorie Mitchell, Sheila and Sharanda

Mitchell, Renae Cooper, Royann McIntosh, Janet Roberts, Burnell |

Wild , Carnetta Allan, El , Verdell and Abilene Saund aie. : :
AEN ae pa iat cars ema nie ee Fe ec : mieces; nine nephews; 20 grancdhildren; one great granddaughter and a_

Wann, Dave and Barry Hanna, Clevon Ferguson, Omaro Bain, D.J. Rigby, | 0st of other relatives and friends.

Ovando, RaShad and RaSheod Pinder, Leroy Thompson and Denny ;

Enid McIntosh; nephews, Captain Steve Mitchell and Cordero Mitchell,

Davonia Wallace; 16 nephews-in-law; 25 nieces-in-law; eight grandnephews;
seven grandnieces; aunt, Florence Rolle; uncle, Ces Roberts; aunts-in-law,
Brenda Laing, Loris Pinder, Mother Laura Roberts, Milderine Cooper,
Hazel Baillou, Violet Roberts and Martha Saunders; uncles-in-law, Rev.
Leonard Laing, Nehmiah Rolle, Tommy Nesbitt, Lawrence Saunders and
Horatio Baillou and grand aunt-in-law, Olive Pinder.

A host of other relatives and friends including, Inez Pinder and family,
_Clarence Jones, Arnold Davis, Ben Rolle, Hansel Roberts, Leeland Laing,
Ralph Roberts, Bersell Pinder, Horace Cooper, Chris Wallace, Byron
Pinder, Albert of Orlando, Florida, Patrick Laing, Rodney Bain, Pastor

Lawrence G. Pinder and family, Rusty, Alan and Atwell Newman, Charlie

Laing, Rosetta Kemp and family, Georginna Russell, Pleasant Bridgewater

-Brenell Newman, Cardinal Andrews, Sidney and Beryl McIntosh, Betty
and Loretta Bishop, Bernard Wright and family of North Carolina, Rev.

Kathy Richardson of Orlando, Florida, Kitty of Philadelphia, Lester of
Orlando, Florida, Shervin Roberts, Gloria Mincey of Orlando, Florida, ;
Hetlyln Smith, Alton, Bruce and Nelson McIntosh, Manda Russell, Zeldon

: and Axcel Simmons, Eula, Joy, Ethlyn, Sheena, Rosemary, Alvin, Hellyn,
2 Patricia, Joann, Helen, Michael, Everette, Claire, Ernest, Madline, Ronnie
: Nelson, Ken, Glen, Nicola, Fred, Kingsley, Daisy, Gloria, Coreen, Bertha,
: Angie, Brice, doctors and nurses at Mdeical Centre of McKinney, Dallas,

. : : = Texas, doctors and nurses at The Parkland Hospital, Dallas, Texas, doctors
oF Onando, Honda andiformerly of High : and nurses of The Rand Memorial Hospital, the entire community of East

. Saturday, January 20; 2007 at 11:00 a.m. ae eee Bahama and a host of other relatives and friends too numerous

Grand Babata OR ICeunle NE Oe Easton Viewing will be held in the "Celestial Suite" of Restview Memorial —
Lawrence G. Pinder and Minister Henry M ac ; Limited. 11-A Bast’Cotal Road E
Cooper. Interment will follow at the High | MOMuary and Crematorium Limited, 11-/ East Coral Road, Freeport,

Rock Public, Cometeny. Hist Kerk Grand on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until service time.





Cherished, precious and profound memory
will always linger in the hearts of his wife; Bernadell Mitchell; sons, :
Jhevasse and Jamal Mitchell; daughter Jaquel "Buffy" Mitchell; daughter-







Grand Bahama on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and at the church

DEATH ANN OUNCEMENTS

_| MR. FREDRICK MARCEL
_| BAIN, 57 —

of Cedar Harbour, Abaco, died at his residence
on Tuesday, January .16, 2007. ;

He is survived by his wife, Gwendolyn Bain;
sons, Clarence Bain, Leonard Whymns, Osmond
Munnings and Stephen Clarke; daughters, Erica
Bain, Ingrid Bain and Suzette Morley; sister,
Gloria Jones; brother, Maxwell Bain; eight

: FUNERAL ARRANEMENTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT A LATER

McIntosh Jr.; nieces, Tammi, Sonja and Taneha Mitchell, Donettra Rigby, : DATE
Micalyric Curry, Shaquell Laing, Rayiesha Russell, Erinique Higgs and i

MR. RICARDO NORMAN
FERGUSON, 43

of Eight Mile Rock, Pinedale, Grand Bahama
and formerly of Nassau, Bahamas, died at The
Rand Memorial Hospital on Monday, January
15, 2007.

He is survived by his mother, Iva Bain-Francis;
grandmother, Sybil Reckley; one son, Joshua
Ferguson; one daughter, Olivia Ferguson; three

sist , Debbie, Toshir d Aretha; five brothers, G , Clifton, Islam,
MP, Rev. Ernest and Rose Williams, Drexel and Mabel Pinder, Oscar and Lesninck and Stevie uametous siebee *aepliews: wide Rest ee ake

: relatives and friends.

FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT A LATER
DATE.











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Cvarke's Puneral

244 Market Street * P.O. Box EE-16634 |
Tel: 322-2070 or 322-2072

MARIA
PATROCINIA
BETANCOURT, 67



of Sour Sop Street;
Pinewood Gardens and
| formerly of 14 Shourtwood
Avenue; Kingston Jamaica
will be held on Saturday,
_ | January 20th, 2007 at 11:00
-| a.m. at Mount Tabor Full
~ Gospel Baptist Church,
Pinewood Gardens. Officiating will be Pastor Delton
Ellis, assisted by other Ministers. Interment will follow
in Woodlawn Gardens Cemetery, Soldier Road.

Cherished memories will forever linger in the heart of |
her loving Sisters: Josepha Edgecombe & Miriam Riley; .

(3) Brothers: Leslie, Marco & Oswald Betancourt; (2)
| Sisters-in-law: Miriam Riley & Pamela Rose; (16)

Nephews: Leslie Jr., Bill, Kendell, Philip, Jamal, Rohan,
' Ricardo, Headley Jr., Coleman, Dennis, Kevin, Andres,

Shawn, Mark, Wayne & Oswald Jr.; (23) Nieces: Audrey,

Judy, Serene, Althea, Maureen, Viveen, Bridgette,
| -Kemreen, Stacey, Denise, Debbie, Sonia, Tanesha, Sharon,
Diana, Sophia, Gay, Pamela, Fay, Carlien, Sue &
Alexandria McPhee; (66) Great grandnieces & nephews;
(1) Great great grand niece; a host of other relatives and
friends including: David & Donna Ramsey, Ina Major,
Owen McPhee & Family, Roberta Williams, Migrane
| Moss, Milton & Margaret Newbold & Family, Mother
Adderley & Family, Nurse Fowler, Deidre Cargill &
| Family, Claudine Francis, Nurse Braynen, Meadows and
| the entire Thompson Ward staff.

| Viewing will be heid at Clarke's Funeral #244 Market

Street on Friday, January 19th from 12:00 noon to 6:00pm

and on Saturday, January 20th from 1 0: 00am at the church |

i until service time.






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Kurtiss Memorial Mortuary




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

MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR |

REV. ORTHNELL
McPHEE, 87

of Black Point, South Andros,
| Pastor of St. Paul's Native Baptist
| Church, Black Point, South Andros
will be held on Thursday at 8:00
‘| p.m. at Greater Pentecostal Church
of The Living God, Acklins Street.
Officiating will be Rev. Lawrence
McPhee, assisted by other ministers.

FUNERAL SERVICE
FOR |

REV. ORTHNELL
McPHEE, 87

of Black Point, South Andros, will be held on Saturday at 11:00
a.m. at St. James Native Baptist Church, St. James Road.
Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Michael Symonette assisted by other
ministers. Interment will follow in the church's cemetery, St.
James Road.



He is survived by five children, Rev. Lawrence McPhee, Erma,
Paul, Senior Immigration Officer Wilfred McPhee and Coral
Johnson; 13 grandchildren, Loretta, Shevamae, PC 2524 Reo
McPhee, Sidney, Shantell, WPC. 2950 Wynette McPhee, Wildred
Jr., Wyrissa, Paulette, Paul McPhee Jr., Lorissa Rolle, Chakera
and Chapelle Rolle; 13 great grandchildren, one sister, Charlotte
Smith; three daughters-in-law, Evangelist Naomi McPhee,
Margaret and Jessie McPhee; one son-in-law, James Johnson;
one grand daughter-in-law, Vanessa McPhee; one grandson-in-
law, ‘Shem Rolle: two sisters-in-law, Eunice McPhee and Mary
Jean Nesbitt; numerous nieces and nephews including the
following.and their families, Mr. Leroy McPhee. Nathalie Rose,
Elder Kendal McPhee, Leonna Albury, Prince Adderley, Arleane
Smith, Carlton Smith, Gina, Rosemae Thompson and ihaddeus
Rahming; the entire McPhee family, Vernon Fowler, Alfred, Ezra,
Felix, Loretta and the entire Knowles family; Mr and Mrs Henry }
Bullard, Katherine Roker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Ferguson: |

| host of other relatives and friends including Mr. and Mrs. Norwood

Rahming, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Rolle, Mr. David Rolle and family. |
Mr. and Mrs. Theophilus Rolle, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Duncombe, }
Nathaniel Adams and the entire Community of South Andros,

| the entire Bahamas Immigration Department, Freeport. Grand
| Bahama; nurses and doctors of South Andros Community Clinic.

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





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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 e Fax: (242) 373-3005





JAMES “PAPA LOU”
| LEWIS, 92










| Bahama, Step Sons: Const. Samuel Saunders of the R. B. P. F., North















and Staff of Sandillands Rehabilitation Centre.




church from 9:30 a. m. until service time.



Tay ies ado el




| of Windgate Drive, Golden Gates II, and : |
| formerly of The Bluff, Andros, will be :
held on Saturday, January 20th, 2007 at :
11:00 a. m. at Mt. Calvary Baptist :
Church, Baillou Hill Road. Officiating ;
will be Pastor Phillip McPhee. Interment :
will follow in Southern Cemetery, |
Cowpen and Spikenard Roads.









Andros, David Green of Exuma, and Lt. Michael Saunders of the R. :
B. D. FE, Sisters: Anna Johnson and Carmie Newbold, Adopted Son: :
Ivan Williams, Adopted Daughter: Miriam Williams, Sisters-in-law: | Ingsley “Pepsi” Adderley, Beverley, Glendina, Leolie, Edith and
Ann Vera Johnson, Jestina Butler, Cecila Outten and Kathy*Rolle of | Maronna Cash, Debbie Gibson, Joanna Watson, Nellie Daxon,
Freeport, G. B., Ruth Green and Ulean Green of Freeport, G. B.,
Brothers-in-law: Solomon Green of Mangrove Cay, Andros, Mervin } Marviann, Doriann, Lakeisha, Salekia, Elva, Zelva, Diane and Donna,
Green of Nassau, and Nathaniel Green of Freeport, G. B., Step Sons-
in-law: Rev. James Curry and Delvin Beckles of Freeport, G. B., }
Grand Children: Monique Walker, Jade Miller, Cidney, Candice and :
Lamont Lewis, Valdez, Thurmond, Omar, Ryan, KrayZie, Cordoro }
and Chevez Lewis, Grand Sons-in-law: Chester Walker Jr. and :
Raphael Miller, Step Grand Children: Monique Curry, Antonio ;
Saunders, Delsworth Curry, Samuel Saunders Jr., Victoria Saunders, | Rolle, Ruth Cash, Three Sons-in-law: Leading Seaman Whylly,
Samantha Saunders, Darren and Jason Green, Michael Saunders Jr., | Sidney Rolle Third Vice President of the Bahamas Hotel Catering
Myeisha Saunders, Deborah Blines, and Delvonae Beckles of Freeport, | and Allied Workers Union and Chris Sands, Two Daughters-in-Law: |
G. B., and Adiah Saunders, Ten Great Grand Children, Eight Nephews, :
Seven Nieces and other Relatives including: Rev. Hilton Outten and :
Rev. Stanley Rolle of Freeport, G. B., Rufiner Saunders, Sharon, :
Kendal, Orthneil, Basil, Christopher, Nathaniel, and Cravon Lewis, ; Including: George, Alfred & Melta Cash, Alfred Johnson, Una
Charles, Everette, Rickey, and Sidney Knowles, Dale Neymour, Sam :
Simmons, Willis Newbold of Vera Beach, Fl, Lucille Lewis, Aladise, :
Judymae, Sonia, Rose Russell of Abaco, Georgina, Ettamae Newbold, : Adrian Pieudonne, Frederick Rolle, Oral Martin, Joanne Rolle,
Pastor Ivan Rolle Sr. and Family, Comfort House Ministries : Dirklyn Munnings, William (Bill) Strachan, Whitney and Perline
International Family, Mt. Calvary Baptist Church Family, Rev. Dr. ;
Phillip McPhee and Family, Loften Neely of the Bluff, Andros, Pastor :

Neely and Family, Sylvia Forbes, Darren Forbes, and Doctors, Nurses

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ee oe

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



| MICHAEL
_ | CASH, 75



| of Glendel Subdivision and formerly of
Lower Bogue, Eleuthera, will be held on
| Saturday, January 20th, 2007 at 11:30 a.

m. at Central Church of the Nazarene,
East Street South. Officiating will be
Pastor Daniel Small. Interment will
follow in Lakeview Memorial Gardens,
John F. Kennedy Drive.

Precious memories will always linger in the heart of his Wife: Mrs. | Pre-deceased by his Wife: Evelyn Rolle Cash, Three Daughters:

Myrtis Green-Bain Lewis of Mangrove Cay, Andros, Sons: Sgt. ; Evelyn Rolle, Regina Whylly, Lashanda Sands, Four Sons: Patrick,

Sidney Lewis of the R. B. P. F., Abaco and John Alfred Lewis, Step |

Daughters: Willamae Curry and Annie Beckles of Freeport, Grand | Sidney Rolle Jr., Stevejay Whylly, Lynden, Rashad, Cedrick Jr. and

? Cody Cash, Dunte and Devaughnte Perigord and Chris Jr. and Cristin

Dedrick, Cedrick and Stephen Cash, Eleven Grand sons: Keito Sands,

Sands, Six Granddaughters: Sydnease and Carnisha Rolle, lesha
Whylly, Darcell, Diandra and Rashea Cash, Twenty-four Nieces:

Deniece, Dorene, Antischa, Valencia, Renicia, Vernita, Oriann,

Twenty-three Nephews: Arlington, Donald, Elone, Orean, Ronald,
Aldophus, Vlvin, Samuel, Earlin, Andrew, Linward, Matthew and
Morris Cash, Rev. Lewis and Rev. Orthnell Cash, Tony, David and
Dion Rodgers, Rex, Ryan and Vaughn Rolle, Lavardo and Dwayne
Bassett, Four Brothers-in-Law: Ivan, Samuel, Stanley and Bruce
Rolle, Four Sisters-in-Law: Ruth Rodgers, Leesther Bassett, Raphaletta.

Beverley and Lashawn Cash, Grand Nieces: W. P. C. 2024 Remona
Burrows, Dawn Cash Murray, Nursing Sister Renee Daxon, Grand
Nephews: Demarius and Ian Cash, Other Relatives and Friends

Ferguson, Fred and Monica Neely, Berlin Albury and Family, Nettie
Bastian, Kelly, Albury, Johnson and Neely families, Garth Thompson,

McKinney, Stephanie Johnson, Winston Adderley, Wendy Major,
Betty and Terricita Major, The Coral Lights Family, The Rolle Family,
Executive Motors and Quality Auto Families.

: Viewing will.be held in the “Irenic” Suite at Restview Memorial
Viewing will be held in the “Celestial” Suite at Restview Memorial |
Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd., Robinson and Soldier Road on Friday :
from 10:00 a. m. until 6:00 p. m. and then again on Saturday at the :

Mortuary & Crematorium Ltd., Robinson and Soldier Road on Friday
from 10:00 a. m. until 6:00 p. m. and then again on Saturday at the
church from 10:00 a. m. until service time.













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FREEPORT
41A 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













MICHAEL MacDONALD
GASKIN, 69

of #19 Swordfish Road, and formerly of Barbados,
will be held on Saturday, January 20th, 2007 at 11:00
a. m. at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Stapleton
Gardens. Officiating will be Arch Deacon E. Etienne
Bowleg. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Gardens,
Soldier Road.










Left to cherish the many fond memories are his
Children: Romain, Garvin and Nakira, Grand
Children: Taré, Romain Michael II, and Symone
Gaskin and Maleah Wilchcombe, Daughter-in-law:
Tonia Gaskin, Son-in-law: Morton Kevin
Wilchcombe Jr., Sisters: Major Miriam Ford, Christine, Betty. Charmaine, and Cheryl
Nee Gaskin, Brothers: Dr. James Emmerson, Carl, Edmund and Samuel Sammy %o
Gaskin, Nieces and Nephews: Grace Lynn Victoria Gaskin, David Lee Emmerson Gaskin,
Marcus Gaskin, Grace Julia Gaskin, Elva, Sybil, Veola, Merleane, Georgiana, Denna,
Gretchin, James, Lowel, Robert, Garnet, Herbert, Johnly, Cynthia, Pearl, Viola. Joycelyn,
Lillian, Cleomi, Jenive, Judy Ann, Lydia, Kaderin, Monique, Michelle, Necola, Rosenell,
Elvis, Freddie, Sylvan, Gersil, Jenson, Effie, Dwayene, Dwight, Don, Quincy, Primo
Magilee, Pattonia, Shelly, Moniques, Renee. Leslie, Ruthellen, Judy, Laura, Kim, Dwight,
Gary, Rondre, Brenda, Caroline, Karen, Shanice, Anishka, Clarke, Oscar, Clint Lisa,
Lelani, Jefferson, and LaDawn, Aunt: Carmeta Ford, Uncle: David Gaskin, Sisters-in-
law: Yvonne C. Gaskin, Movena Mills, Eliza McIntosh and Linda Grant, Brothers-in-
law: Medious Edgecombe, Charles Jones, Leonard Grant and Sherwin .,Sharp%o Pinder,
Cousins: Ernestine & David Williams; Franklyn and Pat, lan, Jason and Pierre Burrows;
Edwyn Burrows ; the Fords (Roy & Myrtle, Sheila Janice, Joan, Emmerson, Adrian,
Robert, Stephen, Jasmine , Oslyn , Iotha , Barbara . Sandra, Sandrina, Trevor, Cyrlene,
Erskine, Tony, Ricardo, et al.); the Gaskins (Ermine. Eileen, Stephen, Grace, et al.): the
Fentys (Sammy et al.); and the Jordans (Odley. Ivan, John, Winston. Lester, et al.), Other
Relatives and Friends including: Thelma Edgecombe: Lettymae Jones, Cleotha Edgecombe;
Rev. Allan J. Mills: Victor McIntosh, John and Delores Lightbourne, Louis Crumbie, Ruby
Bartlett, Odia Knowles, Fr. Etienne E. Bowleg and Mrs. Bowleg: Fr. Kirkley Sands, Fr.
John Kabiga, Fr. Mervin Johnson and the entire Holy Trinity Church Family; Fr. Stephen
Grant, the Barrows (Wendy, Wayne, Julie, Rihana, Nathan, Justin, and Jayden): Harvey
Hope; Nadine & Lisle Smith; Loretta, Anne and Wendy Hinds:Grachion Sands and family,
the Hon. Fred Mitchell, Sir Clement T. Maynard, Tommy Turnquest; Members of the St.
Michael,s Chapter*Freemasons, The Rotary Club of West Nassau: the families of Ford,
Edgecombe, Grant, Wilchcombe, Frith, Mitchell, Gittens. Jordan, and Williams and the
Albatross Road’Stapledon Gardens family. .

“Farewell dear father, brother and friend. May you dwell forever in the presence of the
Lord”.

Viewing will be held in the “Serenity” Suite at Restview Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium
Ltd., Robinson and Soldier Roads on Friday from 10:00 a. m. until 6:00 p. m. and then
again at the church on Saturday from 9:30 a. m. until service time.







TREVOR PINDER, 33



2007.








os

Funeral arrangements will be announced later.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2007, PAGE 15

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

-






















JENNIFER “JANN”
LOUISE MORTIMER, 50

of #1 Romer Street, Fox Hill, will be held on Saturday,
January 20th, 2007 at 2:00 p. m. at St. Cecilia,s
Parish, Coconut Grove. Officiating will be Rev. Fr.
Alain Laverne. Interment will follow in Western
Cemetery, Nassau Street.

A consummate athlete, coach, mentor and teacher,
Jann leaves behind a very large immediate and
extended family, countless friends, team mates and
colleagues. They include her Mother: Helen
Hutcherson, Step-mother: Gloria Mortimer. Sisters:
Hon. Theresa Moxey-Ingraham; Thomasina “Ida”
Wilson: Deborah Ball; Pauline Dawkins; Dr. Bridgette
and Dr. Sophia Rolle; Denise Mortimer; Gina Storr: Charisse Mortimer; Jackie Newton
and Julie Duncanson, Brothers: Cornel, Lester Jr., Kelsey and Kevin Mortimer: God-
child: Calvanique Spence, Brothers-in-law: Kirk Ingraham, Pastor Eric Dawkins Sr.,
David Ball, Orson Mortimer Jim Storr and Stony Duncanson, Sisters-in-law: Lilymae
McDonald-Mortimer, Beverly and Paulette Mortimer, Aunts: Eva Williams; Joan Mortimer:
Ann Whitehead: Esther Williams and Ayres Neely, Uncles: Ted Hutchinson, Bernard,
Ulric Ir, Weston, Lowell and Phillip Mortimer and Amos Ferguson, Nieces including:
Demeka Mortimer: Odia Richardson; Avrey Wilson; Krystall and Kerry Dillet; Holi and
Paige Dawkins and Cyntiche Forbes, Nephews including: Sean Mortimer, Marcion
Williams. Covance Mortimer: Eric Dawkins Jr.; Kyle Dillet: Asean Wilson; Wayne Forbes
and Sy Laroda, Cousins including: Bernadette Williams, Yvette Young, Sharon Armbrister.
Sherry Knowles, Sally, Ted Jr.. Terrance and Michael Hutchinson, Karen and Ivan
Marshall, Extended Family, including: Sheila, Doreen, Bernadette, Theodore and Adrian
Rolle, Michelle Butler, James and Jenny Rolle, Roseline Hillary, Juanianne Dorsette and
family, Vincent and Christine Nwosa and family, Doris Rahming, Benjamin Ramhing and
family, Ken Rolle and family, Elaine Strachan and family, Community of Faith: Members
of the St. Bede.s Roman Catholic Church, Special Friends including: Cora Hepburn,
Yvonne Rolle, Jackie Conyers. Marguerite Munnings, Margaret Albury, Brenda Wert.
Deirdre Pinder, Jennifer Isaacs-Dotson, Bertram Rolle, Dr. Linda Davis, Greg Williams,
Jeff St. John, Frank, DeVince Smith, Rudolph ..Squeeze%c Smith, Phillip Brown, Terry
Demeritte, Ingrid Rose, Mary Edgecombe, Jean Minus and Kristel Rolle,

Athletic Affiliations: The First Caribbean Bank Diggers Volleyball Club, The Bahamas
Volleyball Federation and The Bahamas Volleyball Association, Health Team: Dr. Ilsa
Grant-Taylor, Dr. Ronald Knowles, Dr. Duane Sands, Nurse Hanna Grant and the Renal
House team, Neighbours from the Coconut Grove and Romer Street, Fox Hill communities.

Viewing will be held in the “Halycon” Suite at Restview Memorial Mortuary & Crematorium
Ltd., Robinson and Soldier Roads on Friday from 10:00 a. m. until 6:00 p. m. and then
again at the church on Saturday from 12:30 p. m. until service time.

of Sir Gerald Bartlétt EStates off Cowpen Road, died at the Princess Margaret Hospital on Monday, January 15th.

He is survived by his Wife: Nekia Pinder, Mother: Vianna Pinder. Sons: Deandgelo, Trevor Jr. and Trevon Pinder.
Daughter: Trevornicka Pinder, Sisters: Michelle, Lisa and Jackey Pinder, Shandera Smith and Deandera Watkins,
Brothers: Pedro Miller and Lavar Watson, and a host of other Relatives and Friends.





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Rock of Ages Funeral Chapel

Wulff Road & Pinedale
| Tel: 323-3800 or 322-1431 ¢ Fax: 328-8852

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

ELDER
WILFRED
FRANCIS SIMMS,
89







of Minnie Street and
Balfour Ave. and
formerly of Cabbage
Hill, Crooked Island will
be held at 11:00 a.m. on
Sunday 21st January,
2007 at Hillview Seventh-Day Adventist Church,
Tonique Williams Darling High-Way. Officiating
Pastor Peter Joseph assisted by Pastor Leo Rolle,
A. Dayidson and Pastor Vernal Hanna. Interment
follows in Southern Cemetery, Spikenard and
Cowpen Roads.














He is survived by his wife, Dora Simms; four
sons, Sidney of Indianapolis, Minnesota, Andrew,
Alexander and Solomon; four dau ghters, Dianna,
Patricia, Ruthmae and Carolyn; sixteen grand-
children, Keno, Martin, Rashad, Andrew Jr;
Tamiko, Andrewnique, Jamine and Dominic,
Vanessa, Paul, Kimberley, Jessie, Sabastian,
Cynthia, Cyndi, Ernest, Savannah, Jasmin, Judah,
Joshua, Mariah and Joseph; one brother, Deacon
Samuel Simms of Cabbage Hill, Crooked Island;
son-in-law, Rony Bruno; two daughters-in-law,
Anquinique Simms and Octavia Davidson; one
sister-in-law, Zilpha Simms of Crooked Island;
numerous nieces and nephews and a host of other
relatives and friends. -

















Friends may pay their last respects at Rock of
Ages Funeral Chapel in the Petra Suite on
Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and on Sunday at
the church from 10:00 am until funeral time.




THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2007, PAGE 17




Harewood Sinclair Higgs L.F.D.
President/Managing Director

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"FROGGIE"
FOWLER MAYCOCK, 41






of the Ferry Exuma and formerly
} of Malcolm Road Nassau will be

| held on Saturday January 20, 2007
at 11:00 a.m. at The Lord’s House
of Faith Market and Flemming
Street. Officiating willbe Prophet
~*) Arthur Duncombe Interment will
follow in Southern Cemetry’
Cowpen. and Spikenard Road.










He is survived by his father: Audley Fowler; stepfather:
Godfrey Oliver; stepmothers: Lenora Gibson, Estella Fowler
and Elenora Tinker; special friend: Janet Demeritte; sisters:
; Patricia Gibson, Selina Adderley, Denise Benette, Victoria,
) Shavanna, Patrice, Keva, Theresa, Ann, Genevie, Stacy,
Yvonne, Crystal, Tamara, Tamika, Gaynelle and Diane.
Brothers, Anthony, Gregory, David and Tavan Fowler Aunts:
Sylvia Clarke, Rev. Louise Rigby, Sylvia Wallace, Sallymae
Newbold, Mazie Moss and Lillian Bethel; Uncles: Rudolph »
Fowler, Dudley Adderley of Vero Beach Florida, Rev.
Donald Newbold of Orange Creek, Prince Stubbs and Clifton
Clarke; brothers-in-law: David Gibson, Wilbert Adderley,
Evon Bennette, Donald, Tony Barry, Randy and Shane;
Nieces & Nephews too numerous to mention including:
Davia, Dakota, David Jr., Alicia Sherlyn, Edgar, Durville
and McQuba; a host of relatives and friends including:
Naomi, Delores Oral, Paula, Monique, Gandy, Parnado,
Catherine, Brenda Davis, Jerrylene Butler, The Rangers,
Demeritte, Thompson, Maycock, Munroe, Poitier, Newbold,
Stubbs, Cleare, Hepburn, Lovely & Timothy Adderley,
Vonnie, Halley & Hazel, Fanny, Malcolm Road & King
Terrace Family, The Ferry Exuma Family, Davis & Co.
British American Staff and the Princess Margaret Hospital
Staff.























_ Friends may pay their last respects at Gateway Memorial
Funeral Chapel at Mount Royal and Kenwood Street on
Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. on Saturday at the

Church from 10:00 a.m. until service time.






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Bemeritte’s Huneral diome

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





FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

Fox Hill Cemetery, Fox Hill Road.



Margaret Hospital.

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 10:45 a.m. until service time.

Gloria "Goddie" Adderley, 80



Richenna, Jason Jr., Antonio and Philip Rolle; cousins,

and family, Joanne Williams and tam:
Rolle and family, Frances Role
Evangelist Winnemae Rolie, Wend
Sonia and Cody, Bishop Salethial is



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cera menecceserneno eres PTR ATE





Stanley "Puddin" Lightbourne, Sr.

a resident of #17 Carraway Street, Gleniston :
Gardens, and formerly of Norman's Castle, Abaco, :
will be held at Our Lady's of the Holy Souls :
Catholic Church, Deveaux Street, on Saturday ;
at 11:45 a.m. Officiating will be Fr. Michael Kelly,
assisted by Rev. Deacon Peter Rahming and Rev. |
Deacon Maxwell Johnson. Interment follows in :

His survivors include his sons, Bradley Allen, i
Stanley Jr., Michael Eris, Jeffrey and Deangelo; }
daughters, Maria Ferguson, Terry Demeritte, Eugenie Smith, Brenda Roberts, :
and Altida Khalfani; sisters-in-law, Virginia Dames, Verneka, Betty and }
Joyce Thompson; brothers-in-law, Joseph and Kenneth Thompson; nieces, }
Narjorie Leary, Yvonne Seymour, Sandra Lewis, Deaconess Veronica Griffin, :
Cleomi Gaskin, Willsey, Trena and Angela Lightbourne; nephews, Leland, }
Llewlyn and Ellie Lightbourn, Keith Woods; numerous grand and great }
grand children including, Erissa, Erinique, Deshah and Erin Lightbourne; :
other relatives and friends including, Marvel Bain, Alvara, Reo and Dashie |
Williams of Freeport, Vousie Grant, Stafford Demeritte, Matthew Ferguson, :
Blanch Allen, Mr. Sam Minnis, Nikisha Curtis, Delores Lightbourne, fellow }
Taxi Cab Drivers, Doctors and Nurses of Male Orthopaedic, Ward, Princess i



Left to cherish her memory are her husband of }
31 years, Herman Adderley; one (1) brother,
Charles Rolle; two (2) sisters-in-law, Avis Rolle :
and Alma Adderley; ten (10) nieces, Nurse Fiona Rolle, Gianna, Lonice, :
Cynthia, Gwendolyn, Rubymae, Gloria, Phyllis, Bonita and Turknessa, ;
Saundia, Deandra, Lilian, Jadan, Debbie Rolle and family of Ft. Pierce, |
Florida; twelve (12) nephews, Leslie, Anthony, Vernon, Phillip, Dwayne, }
Turvaughn, Tevin, Jason Jr., Zyon, K'lyn, Cedric and Arramond of Ft. Pierce, :
Florida; twenty-five (25) grand-nieces including, Shammond, Denise, :
Patranella and Samika; thirty (3) grand-nephews including, Roscoe Jr,
Perry, Marvin, Lamont and Kareem Knowles, Howard, Reynold, Jeffrey, :
D and friende including. the maen fami oOrand Rahama }
Agnes Rolle and family; Roy Rol'e and family, Edrick Rolle and family, and friends including, the Lynden family of Grand Bahama.
Celeste and Olive Rolle, Victor Kotie and family of Ft. Pierce, Florida,
Veronica Curtis and family, Joe Curtis and family, Isaac Curtis and family,
Carnetta Curtis and family, Allison anc Elaine Rolle and family. Iris Gaitor |
y, Delton Rolle and family, Winkie |
sci farnily, Rev. Charles Rolle and family. |
“crman, Jane, Lris, Annie Lee Rolle, |
He ond family, Carlton Williams and |

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family, Marina Rolle and family, Hazel Sands and family, Carroll E. Rolle
and family (Acklins), Irene Rolle and family, Hubert Rolle and family, Elder
Roscoe Knowles, Stephen and Michelle Cartwright, Craig and Charmaine
Curtis, Sidney and Michelle Curtis, Pablo and Monique Knowles, Darren
and Judith Reece, Cleveland Rolle and family and Jane Major and family;
other relatives and friends too numerous to mention, including, Rev. Dr.
Carrington Pinder, officers and members of St. Mark's Native Baptist Church,
The Hon. Fred Mitchell, Member of Parliament, Fox Hill Constituency,
Thelma Dill and family, Prince Dill and family; numerous godchildren, The
Armbrister Street Family, Staff of Female Medical II, Princess Margaret
Hospital and the entire Community of Rolleville, Exuma.

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. until service time.

Rachel Elizabeth Taylor, 72

a resident of Pastel Gardens and formerly of
Fresh Creek, Andros, will be held at Our Lady
of the Holy Souls Catholic Church, Deveaux |
| Street, on Saturday at 2:45 p.m. Officiating will
be Fr. Michael Kelly, ss.cc., assisted by Rev. |
Deacon Peter Rahming and Rev. Deacon Maxwell |
‘| Johnson. Interment follows in the Catholic
Cemetery, Tyler Street.

/ Cherished memory will always linger in the heart |
of her eight children, Essimae Barr, Sylvia
Sweeting of Grand Bahama, Richard Williams, Altermese Walford, Frances, |
Loretta Lord, Wendy Storr and Wellington Taylor of San Salvador; i sister, |
Evelyn Minnis of Fresh Creek, Andros; 1 adopted sister, Marina Lynden of |

- fesideneof AtubGster Sttedt: Pox Hill and Grand Bahama; 37 grand children, Lucinda, Daniel, Jason, Yvette and |
formerly of Rolleville, Exuma, will be held at :
St. Mark's Native Baptist Church, Romer Street,
Fox Hill, on Saturday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating ;
will be Rev. Dr. Carrington S. Pinder. Interment }
follows in St. Mark's Church Cemetery. }

Prescola Barr, Elizabeth Clyde, Joycelyn, Denise, Lynette. Sophia, Jamil, |
Delcardo, Tyson. Marchello, Malinda, Keno and Richard Williams Jr.,
Sherelle Jacques, Anastacia, Addington, Shelton, Shereka, Shirlene Lamm, }
Marvin. Dexter, Dyson, Erica, Doyle and Deron Storr. ‘Tyrone, Tanya,
Renrick, Patrick and Sidney Lord, Carlon, Alex and Ashanti Taylor; 50 |
great-grand children, Johnathan, Eddison, Taran, Osun, Kendera, Quison, |
Danique, Danisha, Cornelius Jr.. Chris, Devonette, Deven Jr., Prescott,
Cindy, Tareka, James Jr., Simone, Shantae, Sherquelle, Shaquille, Antonique,
Danique, Joseph Jr, Justin, Jadan, Jamille Jr., Delcardo Jr., Desire, Dezare, |
Britney, Nakiesha, Jayquadin, Latara, Evan, Lavitra, Marvin, Shaniya, |
Martayo, Marleek, Tatiana, Fedricka, Isabell of Germany, Shanti. Danielle, }
Doyle Jr. and Kenya; 6 great-great grandchildren; | aunt, Lorainne Rolle |
of San Salvador; in-laws, Naomi Williams, Emmanuel Barr, Eric Storr of
San Salvador, Norris Walford, Julian Lamm, Cornelius Cylde Sr., Joseph
Dean Sr., Henry Golumbeck of Germany, Tiffany and Monique Barr, Lynette |
and Lakeya Storr and Emmanuel Jacques: 4 nephews, Glenn Miller, Delvin
Taylor and Theodore Johnson and Keno Taylor; 6 nieces, Carol Minnis, |
Beverly, Cheryl, Denise and Dorenda Taylor and Aliah Miller: other relatives




is Unit PMH.

McKenzie and family, Nurse Stephanie Johnson of Dial
, Community,

Nurse Debbie and doctors of Female Medical I. the Bain Tc
San Salvador Community, the staff of Fresh Creek Clinic
the entire Fresh Creek. Andros.





Street, from 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m, on Friday and on Saturday at the church
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Sherrall Lightbourn - Forbes, 52

a resident of Rupert Dean Lane, will be held :
at The Assembly Hall of Jehovah's Witness, :
Quakoo Street, on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. |
Officiating will be Brother Anthony Johnson.
Interment follows in Lakeview Memorial }
Gardens, JFK Drive. :
. Sherell will be lovingly missed by her husband, }
Ken Alexander "Elik" Forbes, her children, :
Â¥ sons, Peitro, Otis, Keenan and Kipling :
Lightbourn and Ken Forbes; her daughters, :
Keva Lightbourn and Rosita Smith; her grand children, Miriam, Kendis, i
Angelica, Kevesha, Peitro, Otis, Keenan, Andrea, Remo, Zhivago, Daron, :
Canaan, Alexander, Nicholas, Sarias; her son-in-law, Franco Smith; her :
brothers, Kenneth, Kendal Martin, Kirklyn, Kermit, Mario, Andrea and











Rosita and Tonia Lightbourn ( all of Miami, Florida), Rochelle Lightbourn, ;
Terecita Smith, Barbara Bethel, and Emmeritta Munroe; her aunts, Althea i
and Branhilda Lightbourn, Shirley Papageorge; sisters-in-law, Patricia,
Janet, Maria and Elaine Lightbourn, Bernadette and Arnette Knowles; :
brothers-in-Iaw, Johnny Austin, Howard Bethel, John Patton, Jervis i
Smith, Newman Munroe, Daniel Knowles and William Sweeting and
numerous nephews, nieces cousins and other relatives and friends. ;







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 Hall :
from 10:00 a.m. until service time.






Ms. Bonnetta Mackey, 21

a resident of Gambier Village, will be held at :




Mt. Zion Union Baptist Church, Gambier :



| Village, on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. Officiating |



will be Pastor J. Leslie Rolle, assisted by Rev. |




Dr. Roland E. Bridgewater and Rev. Hueton :



Lloyd. Interment follows in the Church's :
Cemetery. _







Left to mourn and cherish memory of her are ;
her beloved mother, Estherletta; (3) brothers, :
Antonio Mackey, Olin and Gerrad Hanna; (6) :



sisters, Charlene Richardson, Stacey Greene, Patrice, Tamara, Deandrea }



and Rufulina Mackey; (4) nieces, Anianecia, Tanisha, Shanelle Mackey :



and Shania Greene; (5) nephews, Derek and Angel Mackey, Benjamin ;



Johnson, Zaelen Richardson and Gerrad Hanna; aunts, Cynthia Albury, :
Leanora Poitier, Patricia Thurston, Coral and Debra Poitier, Judith and :




Orean Morris, Magnola, Meralee, Evelina Mackey; (8) uncles, Cecil :
Morris, Nikita and Leslie Poitier, Ervin, Norris, Clayton Mackey, Robert }




Thurston and Frank Minnis; (2) brothers-in-law, Marvin Richardson and :



Jamal Greene; (9) grand aunts, Gertrude Newton, Beatrice Davis, Adline :



Wilson, Daisy Farrington, Amanda Bain, Miriam Robinson, Hannah i
Pinder, Loretta Adderley and Agnes Pinder; (4) grand uncles, Nathaniel, :




and friends including, Benjamin Cleare, Curlina and Itika Higgs, Pastor ;






Ricardo Lightbourn; her sisters, Altamese Lightbourn, Ellen Patton, if



J. Leslie and Gloria Rolle, Reverend Hueton and Betsymae Lloyd, Rev. ;
R. E. Bridgewater, Mt. Zion Union Baptist Church, Berthamae Lightboume, |

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2007, PAGE 19

Hemeritte’s Funeral
MARKET STREET + P.O. BOX GT-2097 * TEL: 328-5782

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR



; Carol Brown and the Gambier Community.

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 12:00 noon until service time.

Clifton McDonald, 48

a resident of Murphy Town, Abaco, will be held -
at Strong Tower Community Church
International, Murphy Town, Abaco, on Saturday
| at 11:00 a.m. Officiating will be Pastor Stephen
| N. Knowles, assisted by Pastor Christopher
Dean and other ministers of the gospel. Interment
__| follows in Murphy Town Public Cemetery.

__| Left to cherish his memory are his wife, Jennifer
McDonald; parents, Douglas and Leota
McDonald; (1) daughter, Latoya McDonald; (1)
step-daughter, Calecia Davis (4) sons, Clifton
Jr., Gerard, Clifftino, and Macquel McDonald; (1) step-son, Dale Spencer;
(3) sisters, Tanya McDonald, Vangie McIntosh and Romona Bethel (1)
adopted-sister, Lorrain Nesbitt; (3) brothers, Glen, Gary and Patrick

i McDonald; mother-in-law, Ethel Simpson; father-in-law, Louis Brown;
: (3) aunts, Hilma Curry, Inez Knowles and Winnifred McDonald; (1)

uncle, Leonard Knowles; (7) sisters-in-Iaw, Ansula and Owenta McDonald,

: Pauline Calma, Stephanie, Rose, Sandra, Yvonne; (6) brothers-in-law,
: Mario Bethel, Danny McIntosh, Mark, Paul, John; (1) daughter-in-law,
: Camille McDonald (11)nieces, Younnique, Rhianna, Lechan, Aniska, -
: Brittany, Ariel and Patrenda McDonald, Raznae, Razheme and Rakasha
: McIntosh and Tierra Bethel; (3) nephews, Jamal and Trinity McDonald
: and Senario Bethel; numerous relatives and friends including, Thomas,
: Carl, Clyde and Scott Davis, Eltamae Williams, Gloria Mills, Shelia
: Simms, Maggie Davis, Keith, Kirk, Kimuel, Kendall and Leonard Knowles
: Jr., Tamera Moss, Trainette Martin, Earline Ward, Roxaleta Dean, Leonard,
: Leroy, Harry and Joan Sands, Archie, Jerome, Lester, Maggie and Luella
? McDonald, Sandra Ferguson, Sherry Humes, Carolyn Smith, Virgil
: Russell, Mavis Moore, Elda Stachan, Paula, Mellie, Brian and Ossie
i Kemp, John Saunders, The Dawkins Family, The Davis Family, The
: Swain Family, The Simms Family, The Curry Family, The Stuart Family,
i The Johnson Family, The Butler Family, The Albury Family, The Newbold

Family, The Farrington Family, The Sawyer Family, The Ward Family,
The O'Neil Family, The Hanlan Family, The Bootle Family, The McIntosh

: Family, The Saunders Family, The Lowe Family, The Key Family, The
: Moxey Family, The Calma Family, The Cross Family, The Schroeder
: Family, The McKenzie Family, The Management and Staff of
: Commonwealth Bank (Marsh Harbour), The Management and Staff of

Burns House Marsh Harbour, The Management and Staff of. Abaco

: Concrete and Block, The Management and Staff of Citizens Against

Crime, Zion Baptist Church Family (Murphy

: Town), Bethany Gospel Church Family and Strong Tower Community
: Church, International Church Family, The Communities of Coopers
: Town, Dundas Town, Marsh Harbour and Murphy Town Families.

Thomas and Rudolph Mackey and James Fernander; numerous relatives ; Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market.

: Street, from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. on Friday and at the church in Abaco -

from 4:00 p.m until service time.








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2004 CHEVY AVEO
$12,000.00 OBO
Clean title, 4 door, sliver, AC, 27,000 miles
Tel: 392-3072 Cell: 636-0049/477-6501

TRIB #321
1999 Honda Accord,
just in from theUS. $8,500 ONO , Like new

also 1998 Buick Century, $2,300 ONO,
running sell on trade, also Lexus rims for sale,
ES300, an fit, windows , s/hole $500 ONO
Call 324-0316 or 454-2304







BBF #338
2003 Chevy trailblazer,
auto, 6 disc cd changer, leather, slloy rims,
sunroof, fully loaded, clean title,

serious inquiries only,
Call 364-1306 or 434-6279

BBF #138
2002 Ford Explorer,
6cyl. A/C, CD, P/W, runs excellent, very nice,

$15,500,
Call: 357-7629 or 392-1539

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) ss,
- - - OF 364.3378 (evening)-— ——



BBF #243

2003 GMC Envoy,
black, low miles, 3rd row seat, DVD,
fully pwr, Ithr interior,
,000,
Call: 552-1823/327-2009

2002 Dodge Dakota,
very clean 20” rims, sound system, A/C,
‘clean title, solid work or play truck,
$18,500,
Call: 454-2761 or 341-8130

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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 #260
2000 Lincoln Town Car,
fully loaded,
asking $15,000 ONO
Call 356-5796

BBF #288
1997 Toyota Windom,
excellent condition, great price, need to see to

|" --* appreciate, serious inguiries-only!!!.

Tete = Call 656-48

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2007, PAGE 21

BBF #266

1999 Toyota Lexus
asking $ 8,500,

2001 Aurora asking $ 9,000,
2002 Chevy Impala asking $11,000,
1995 Camaro asking $5,500
Call 456-8833 or 456-8834

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BBF #28:

1996 Acura Legend,
6 disc changer, to much to list, everything
pwr, 22” chrome rims,
asking $3,000 ONO for rims,
asking $7,500 for car w/o rims
Call 502-2746 or 455-6283



BBF #283 -
1995 Honda Civic,
silver, AC, cd, pwr, price $2,600
also 06 — 150 scooter bike, silver,
price $1,200
Call 356-0617 ( wk) or 565-2115 ( cell)

BBF #284

2003 Honda Pilot,
leather interior, 22” rims, pioneer touch screen
dvd/cd, 2500 watts sound system,
pwr everything,
asking $24,000 ONO
Cal! 427-9433 or 324-5851



1995 Nissan Cefiro,
AC/Cd player, rims, lic & inspec.,
_ Pwr everything, price $5,500 ONO-



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BBF #296
1997 Honda Accord,
new paint job, running well, asking $2,000
ONO Call 393-3344 or 456-0875
ask for Dwight or leave a text message.

BBF #297
2003 Chevrolet Tahoe,
just in, under 19,000 miles, keyless entry, w/ext.
s/roof, DVD/Cd changer. Tan int., pwr win. ,lock
seats, mirrors, 24” rims
asking$29 ,500 ONO , no reasonable refuse
Call 636-9945 or 456-1206

BBF #298

1999 Volkswagon, :
80,000 miles, keyless entry, red interior, black
leather interior, sunroof, cd changer, pwr win,
locks, mirrors, automatic, aksing $10, 500, price
neg. call 636-9945 or 456-1206



BBF #303

2004 Nissan Altima,
20” chrome rims, clean title,
price $16,500 ONO
Call 455-1667

1997 Honda Civic,
black 2 dr, new paint job, 17” chrome rims,
engine in good condition, must sell now!!.price
$4,500 ONO
Also 1993 Buick Skylark for sale, white, 4 dr,

«%",Price,$2,500.ONO, no offer refused!
“ss. Call.828-4168 or 454-3622









BBF #322
1997 Ford Taurus,

black with cream interior, automatic, AC, very low

miles, clean title, factory rims, garage kept, asking

$5,000 ONO,

ALSO 1997 Ford Escort, green, AC, factory rims,
garage kept, very low miles, asking $4,500 ONO cars
must sell, expat leaving island, also call 436-1355 or

425-9388 or 328-0002

BBF #310



1997 Mercedes Benz,
excellent condition, clean interior, low mileage,
price $9,000
Call 427-9931

BBF #331
Nissan Atlas & Toyota Dynas
1 ton — 1.5 ton, AC, 5 speed, diesel,
call 325-0881/2 for more details

BBF #313
1995 Nissan Cefiro,
AC/Cd player, rims, lic & inspec., pwr
everything, price $5,500 ONO
Call 393-2667 or 434-2756

BBF #329








1985 BMW 318i,
exlnt cond., runs good, ground effects kit, rims,
new interior, custom sound system,

one of a kind,
price $3,500 ONO
Call 356. 6985 or 434-8582> +2 4: --

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BBF #317
1999 Honda Civic,
45,000 miles, alarm, kill switch, cd player, clean
in and out, must see to appreciate,
price $5,700
Call 322-2192 or 565-6161

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1994 Sora,
tape deck/cd player, very clean
Call 502-2746
or
455-6283 or 455-0289

1994 Nissan Sunny,
AC, excellent condition,
price $2,950 call 324-1483

BBF #315
Lyford Cay own, 1993 Nissan Pathfinder,
4 dr, sunroof, CD/radio/AC/tape,
one owner, PW,PL,
only $5,900
Call 395-0667



BBF #334

1998 Cl Acura,
Cd player, AC, standard shift, asking $5,500,
serious inquiries only

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BBF #325
2002 Nissan Sentra, B-13,
CD player, low miles, 17” alloy rims, in good
condition, s/ shift, asking $5,000 OBO
Call 424-4255 or 535-0633

1995 Honda Civic,

cd player, standard shift, 17” alloy rims, cold ac,

running excellent,
price $2,600 OBO
Call bat -6688 or 325-1550
ask for Cartwright

1996 Honda Civic DX,

18” chrome rims, Cd player, Ac, tints, clean in

and out, running great, price $6,000 ONO

_ ALSO Honda parts for sale,
Call 341-8671

1995 Rav4,
good running condition, A/C, AM/FM tape,
$4,800, also brand new generator
Call: 328-0002 or 323-1932



2002 Ford Ranger 5 speed,
AC, bedliner, 4cyl.

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Isuzu Bighorns, diesel,
CRV’s, Rav4’s, and 7 seaters available
call 325-0881/2 for more details

BBF #326
2002 Avalanche,
fully loaded, 2 tv's ps2, leather interior, Cd
player, 24” chrome rims,
asking $27,000 OBO, clean title
Call 565-7939 or 393-0998

BBF #332
Toyota Corolla’s, Honda Civics,
Nissan Sunny’s, available
call 325-0881/2 for more details

BBF #333
2001 Dodge Ram 3500,
15 pass. Bus Dual Ac, automatic,

Call 325-0881/2 for more details

BBF #344

1994 Honda Accord,
white, ac, pwr windows & locks, racing engine,
17” low profile racing alloy rims, lic & irisp., car is
very fast, price $4,500 w/o rims or
$4,800 with rims
Call 323-1932 or 436- 1355 or 328-0002



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BBF #335




Toyota Avalons, Windoms,
Honda Accords, Sabers + Inspires, Nissan
Maxima, Primera’s, Skylines, available

, _ Call 325-0881/2
for more details

BBF #336
2005 Kia Pregio,
12 pass. Diesel A/T dual AC,balance or factory
warranty applies, call 325-0881/2
for more details

BBF #338
1999-02 Chevy s-10’s,
5 speed, AC, bedliner, 4cyl. Call 325-0881/2 for
more details

BBF #891
05 F-150
excellent condition, 24" rims, full face CD/DVD
player, fully chrome, 30K miles, remote start &
alarm, $32,000 w/rims, or $27,000 w/out,
Call: 341-8245 or 455-8601

BBF 302
““""- 2005 Ford F-150,
customized parts, 24” chrome._rims,
fully loaded, price $30,000 ONO
Call 465-4404 or 45-1667










BBF #340

1996-2005 Dodge Caravans,
available (1) 2005 Chrysler, town + country,
stow + go, leather + loaded, call 325-0881/2
for more details

BBF #341
2006 Kia Sorento Ex,
leather + loaded, only 5,000 km, balance or
factory warranty applies,
call 325-0881/2 for more details

1994 Windom
for parts or wholesale, parts sentra B13 & B14,
Corolla, Windom, Surf, Prelude, Civic, Cadillac,
bmw318Ti
Call 455-3632 or 364-4653



RIB #100

1996 TOYOTA AVALON
White, 4 door, AC, Automatic, power windows,
PDL, P/Seats, 3.0 liter V6, $7,900.00

PLAY STATION 3- PS3- New in box 60 GB-
$1,200.00 j
Tel: 356-7846 or 324-1328

1999 Ford Explorer’

Eddie Bauer 5.0L V8
Sunroof, CD Changer, Leather Seats
A/C, PW, PL, Factory Alarm System

Price $8,990.00
Call 362-1321 or 457-1376

BBF #345
1979 Mercedes 450 SEL,
classic big body benz, must go, engine runs but
needs work, good for project or parts.
Price $550.00 OBO Call 454-0301

BBF #337

2002 — 2006 Ford Explorer’s XLS +XLT
models, available, 5 and 7 seaters, cloth +
leather, call 325-0881/2 for more details







BBF #358
2002 Ford Explorer,
green, beige int. 3rd row seat,
CD, excellent condition,
$16,500 OBO,
Call: 361-1349 or 557-1597

2001 VOLVO S60
Silver, with grey interior, Low mileage,
Factory tints, sunroof, power
everything, fully power
$21,000.00
Tel: 361-4546
cell:557-2454 or 327-5356



B #129
1995 ACURA INTEGRA
Gold with black interior, 2 door coupe, gold with
carbon fiber hood, lip kit, gredby turbo kit, tein
suspension,
18” bronze rims, too much to list .
$11,000.00 ONO
Cell: 424-3112 or 454-9000

BBF #347








BBF #342




THURSDAY, JANUARY.18, 2007, PAGE 25

1999 Chrysler Sebring LX coupe,

V6 engine, sold as is, running in good condition,
int. in great condition, alarm system, A/C,

Call: 455-5480 or 361-2066

1994 Buick Roadmaster,
runs excellent, asking $3,000 OBO, also parts,
Sentra, B13 & B14, Corolla, Windom, Surf,
Prelude, Civic, Cadillac, bmw 318Ti
Call 455-3632 or 364-4653

RIB #142
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 $8,000.00
Tel: 364-7297 cell: 525-2244





BBF 323

2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse, s

s/shift, performance clutch, low profile tires, v6,
owner leaving island, asking $10,800 ONO

also 1998 Honda Civic for sale, good for parts,

asking $700.00 also 2000 Kia Sportage, asking

$7,000 ONO Gall 565-2241

2005 SATURN RELAY
Gold with tan leather interior
$19,000.00 ONO
Just in from USA, Excellent condition, fully
loaded, factory CD & DVD player, ‘cold AC,* «
remote control-doors, just serviced, 12,000 miles|
only!! Seven seater. Fiancing available. Serious
inquiries only, Excellent for a Taxi!!!
Tel: 341-1224 Cell: 427-9090
























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RIB #117_

2003 MERCEDE BENZ
C- Class Sports Coupe, Silver with grey interior
$25,000.00 ONO
Tel: 362-1100 cell: 466-7330

BBF#314

2002 Nissan Senira,
4 dr, fully loaded, one owner, 33,000 miles,
AC, C, PW, PL etc., like new,
only $12,800
Call 395-0667 or 324-2139

RIB # 177 :
1993 TOYOTA SUPRA
Dark grey with black interior
$7,999.00 OBO
Non Turbo, automatic, 3.0L, body kit, ©
rims, right hand drive.
only 41,390 miles on odometer.
Tel: 364-3258 Cell: 535-0263

RIB #160

1995 ACURA LEGEND
Dark green with beige interior nice Stereo system, In
very good condition interior & exterior, Leather seats,
light tinted windows
ALSO FOR SALE
DOUBLE DOOR REFRIGERATOR
with ice dispensor $800.00 ONO
COMPLETE STEREO SYSTEM $900.00 ONO
STOVE $275,00 & Misc items.

RIB #166

PAGE 26, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2007

RIB #130
2003 MITSUBISHI EVOLUTION 8

grey with black interior, 4 door sports sedan.

$35,000 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

RIB #118
2001 DODGE NEON
Blue with blue interior, 4 door, AC, CD, clean
title, Like new, low mileage Asking $9,000.00
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

1995 MERCEDES BENZ C- 220
Gold with beige leather interior
$7,000.00 ONO
Tel: 362-1100 Cell: 362-0187

2005 DODGE MAGNUM
Platinum silver exterior, light grey & black

TRIB #150

2006 DODGE MAGNUM
Silver with black interior
$32,000.00
17K miles, clean car,
Cell: 525-3130

RIB #131

1998 TOYOTA ALTEZZA
Copper with black interior, 4 door sedan,
$15,000.00 ONO
19” matching rims, full body kit, In dash TV,
clean in & out
Cell: 424-3112 or 454-9000

RIB #132
1996 HONDA CRV
Grey with grey interior, 4 door SUV
$8,200.00 ONO
Silver with body kit, cold AC, low miles,
clean in and out
Cell: 424-3112 or 454-9000

RIB #171,
1996 FORD EXPLORER

THE TRIBUNE.

TRIB #157

2004 F150 FORD
Red with black interior, Side step, 22,000
miles, $19,000.00
Need money for school
Tel: 341-3573 cell: 456-7222

RIB #162

1999 NISSAN INFINITI 130
White with grey interior
$8,000.00 OBO
Excellent condition, engine V6, very quiet,
right hand drive, Very clean
Tel: 302-8619 Cell: 426-3129

SSS

2000 DODGE NEON
Brown with brown interior
$5,000.00
Clean Title. Tel: 341-3573 cell: 456-7222



interior. Cleanest & freshest on the Island, V6, CD
player, Cool AC, 22” chrome rims, $35,000.00 fully
chrome out parts, chrome door handles chrome
pillow post/mirrors, Bentley grill top & bottom,
Must see. Cell: 426-4728 Cell: 324-8238

DAEWOO LANOS
Green with grey interior
Dependable fuel efficient car for sale at a extra

low price.$16000.00
Leaving Island, Must Sell
Tel: 328-1455(8-5) Cell: 646-9810

Blue, 4 door, Running great, clean,
CD player, License.
$4,700.00
Call after 6:00pm 341-8109
or 454-3859 N.E time

Tel: 324-4007 Cell: 434-1301



RIB #186

2002 FORD F 150
Burgundy with grey interior
$11,900.00 |
ee ce Engine runs great, power everything. lariat
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$6,500.00 :
Tel: 324-1770 Cell: 565-6247

RIB #168
1995 GMC JIMMY, SUV
- White with grey-interior, 4 door
“>> -$3,800:00.OBO =

needs body work willing to negotiate.
Cell: 557-3908 or 424-5041

1998 INTERNATIONAL WHITE 4900
20° Flat bed, Tool box, security straps,



“tandem rear axle, AC
Tel: 325-8226 Cell: 557-3872 pager 382-2933







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RIB #164
1990 LEXUS LS 400
Black with tan leather interior AC, power
everything, Customize interior, 20” rims with ne
isumitomo tires & a digital pioneer sound system.
Just got serviced, Executive motors, very clean,
It’s a must see
Tel: 341-7581 or 425-0261
Asking $6,500.00(FIRM)

1999 CADILLAC ELDORADO
Grey with leather interior, power
everything remote everything, clean
$8,000.00
Cell: 535-4922 .





RIB #219

1997 CHEVY BLAZER
Dark green with beige interior
$10,000.00 ONO
Excellent condition. Under 90,000 miles
Tel: 362-5978 cell: 558-5377

RIB #221
1999 BUICK CENTURY
Gold with tan interior, 20” rims
$6,500.00
Cell: 558-7287 2,

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RIB #169

2000 CHEVY MALIBU, SEDAN
Maroon with maroon grey interior
$5,000.00
4 door, power windows, locks, CD player.
Ask for Demetrius 341-5580

RIB #170

1999 NISSAN SENTRA
White with grey interior
$3,000.00 OBO
Good running condition, Slight mash in right rear
side and minor scrathes,
Functional AC, Good Deal!!
Cell: 356-1368 oe 323-6724

2000 GMC SATURN COUPE
Mint (Like New) Condition Red Luxury Sports

Vehicle! 20,000 miles, Fully Loaded, 21/2 Doors, AC,

CD-Player, Radio, Keyless Entry, Chrome Rims,
New Tires, Sunroof, Right-Hand Drive, Automatic
Shift, Power Windows & Mirrors,

Just-in from Japan, Licensed & Registered!
MAKE AN OFFER

Go to the fallowing link for more info & photos:
www.coupe.gotdns.com/saturn.htm

Call 394-3801 or 465-2655

RiB #191
1998 Ford Ranger For Sale
MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY!
Purchased from Friendly Ford. Brand new a/c system,
runs like new,
black with tan interior, stainless lock box on bed, plastic
bed liner, clean, well maintained. Asking $7,500. Make
a reasonable offer & it will not be refused!
Call 427-3588 7am-9pm.





RIB #192
2001 NISSAN MAXIMA SE
Grey with black leather interior, 5 speed
$10,500.00 ONO
_ Sunroof, bose sound system,
<2 powerwindaws, ACACD player" —§
Tel: (242)361-1653 Cell: 456-1237 {
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RIB #179
2 MITSUBISHI VANS
2005 $14,500.00
2006 $16,500.00
Ideal for Taxi or church
call 364-2440 cell: 424-4493

1 VAN, 7 PASSENGER DAIHATSU
Ideal for Taxi
$6500.00 or nearest offer
Call: 364-2440 or 424-4493



RIB #189
2000 GMC SMALL PICKUP TRUCK
Beige/champagne, Standard shift, extented cab,
clean title, approximately 77,000 miles, needs
minor repairs. Call for details
AS IS SALE $8,400.00 OBO
Tel: 361-1406

RIB #198
1995 BMW 530!
Black with black interor AC, CD, Sunroof leathe
interior, Full power, Good condition
$7,000.00
Tel: 823-2375 Cell: 426-5926 or 328-4528



1986 NATIONAL BOOM TRUCK
12.5 ton with a cat 3208 engine

with a 50 gallon water tank
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RIB #188

1997 FORD ESCORT STATION WAGON -
Burgundy with grey interior, Runs well,
Automatic, AC, transmission need some work.
AS IS SALE $1200.00
Tel:361-1406

RIB #182

1999 NISSAN ALTIMA
Light blue with grey leather interior eo
$6,500.00 ONO =
Clean, low miles, CD player,
One owner
Tel: 356-7503 Cell: 557-9329

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RIB #204A 4
2005 NISSAN ALTIMA
White with tan Fully loaded,
$22,000.00 ONO
22” chrome rims, Sunroof, suede interior,
9,500. miles
Tel: 394-3436 Cell: 525-1394

1999 FORD MUSTANG V6
Silver with grey interior
$7,900.00
AC, alarm, sony 900w, CD sound system,
airbag, great on gas, tinted
Tel: 363-2943






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RIB #209
1998 CHEVY BLAZER
Green with beige interior
$8,500.00
‘ont. & AG; power-windows |\’,
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RIB #225

1997 CHEVY LUMINA
Blue with grey interior, 4 door
$3,500.00 ONO
Very good condition, power locks, power
windows, recent serviced, radio. Must go!!
Cell: 423-4665 535-1673

RIB #226
1999 BUICK CENTURY
Limited edition, Gold, leather interior, CD
player, AC, 20 “rims, low mileage,
Good condition, Just ike brand new.
$6,000.00
Tel: 394-0761

RIB #2
1999 CHRYSLER VOYAGER LE 3.3
green, equivalent Dodge Caravan
fully loaded, fully serviced
$9,000.00
1 owner, Expat leaving
Call 302-2293

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RIB #235

1997 CRYSLER SEBRING
Convertible red, Good condition.
Owner leaving island
$4,200.00
Call 364-7112 Cell 525-7087

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RIB #242
2004 KIA OPIRUS, SEDAN
Ivory with grey leather interior
$22,500.00 ONO
Excellent condition, 8900 miles only,
fully loaded
Tel: 535-5724/554-0286 or 329-4460

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RIB 9
1988 CHEVY SILVERDO 1500
Blue with tan interior, Full size short bed
~ $9,000.00 with music $8,000.00 wihout
Inside leather seats, clean, pioneer CD player,
Kicker amps, audio band speakers, clean BF,
goodrich tires all just change, see it to believe its
a 1988 Chevy Silverdo
Tel: 364-7573 Cell: 557-9566

1997 MAZDA ENOS
Brown with grey interior,
right hand drive
Price $3,800.00
Tel: 322-3581

RIB #231A

1994 HONDA PRELUDE, COUPE
Black with black leather interior, Sunroof,

18” alloy racing rims, Pioneer Cd player, V-tech

engine, exhaust, runs perfect, Standard shift
$3,500.00
Tel: 362-2843 cell: 454-5765

RIB #227

2007 HONDA ACCORD

Bronze with tan interior, 4 door
$37,500.00 ONO

Tel: 323-4545 Cell: 424-4248

RIB #248
1995 ACCORD WHITE
4 door, Stick shift, AC, power windows, power
locks, detach face CD player, Just in from US
$5200.00 ONO
No reasonable offer refused

Leto TH BEM TERS,



RIB #233
2001 TOYOTA RAV 4, JEEP
Green, one owner, In excellent condition
official dealer maintained and serviced routinely
Must see to appreciate
$16,500.00 ONO
Tel: 324-0640



RIB #233
2006 MITSUBISHI L-300 BUS
White with grey interior
$18,900.00
2.6L diesel, 5,000 miles, Excellent condition
Tel: 396-2016 or 636-6936

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RIB #234

2005 FORD EXPLORER
4-dr, tan ext, tan int, w/CD player, alarm,
cold A/C, excellent running condition,
low miles, very good buy. $23,500 obo.
Tel: 341-0085;
Cell: 424-1500

RIB #232
2003 MERCEDES BENZ C240
Dark blue, 4 door sedan with
tan leather interior $43,500.00
Just Ike new, Must see to appreciate on 55K
miles, just in from US, serious buyers only, Fully
loaded power everything
Tel: 395-0573 cell: 324-0090 or 324-6546



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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
Gell; $65-9750 /357-3964





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RIB #237
2006 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT
Patriot Blue 7,000 MILES, Like new with many
extras, Fog Lamps, 6 CD Player, Leather seats
Running boards, Bed liners/Door, Entry Guards
Heavy Duty Tow Package, Ready to Go -
$42,500. Call Nicolas 322-8808

TRIB #239

2002 NISSAN SENTRA, B-15
Burgundy-redish with brown interior
$9,000.00
Cold AC, Car runs great, pioneer sound system:
includes pioneer CD player, pioneer front & back
spekers, 2 10” subwoofers, and pioneer amp.

Asking $9,000.00.
call 525-2744 oe 361-1628

TRIB #240

2000 DODGE NEON
Green with grey interior
Asking $4,500.00 ONO
clean interior, cold AC, car runs great
Call 525-2744 or 454-7150

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



RIB #895

1996 HONDA ACCORD
Green with grey interior, 4 door
$4,500.00 OBO
Runs great, Must sell!
Leaving country for school
Tel: 326-3597 Cell: 456-7666








1994 MITSUBISHI DIAMANTE

GRAY,PW,TAN INT,SUNROOF
ASKING $2500

425-3313 or 324-5864



1999 FORD F150
White with grey interior, 4 door, AC, cpld
Bubble back, runs excellent, minor repair
$9,500.00
AM/FM/Radio, CD player, clean
Tel: 394-5551 Cell: 502-3909











: 2002 Buick Century
62K miles, pw,pd 4 door,cd, concert style sound
system,smooth ride
$7,900 FIRM call Tim 341-2451/425-7326
1999 Dodge Intrepid needs engine work, body
in great condition $900.00
1998 Plymouth Voyager 67Kmiles on engine 4

cyl, work small van or passenger, runs and
drives,needs work done on transmission
$1,500.00
























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1998 TOYOTA COROLLA
White with tan interior
$5,500.00 ONO
Standard shift, Excellent condition, low mileage
Tel: 322-6695 or 323-8402



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#914
2003 DODGE RAM 1500
Black with black interior
22” rims, full power
Tel: 341-3033 after 5pm Cell: 456-4961



























































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RIB#902—
RIB #884

















1996 NISSAN SERENA VAN Wil bee bete mp onnine 2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
Silver with grey interior, 20” rims
: : 4 seater, 4 cylinder turbo ch d .
reen ASS eee AM/ bodykit AM/ boost guage Am oll temp, $12,500.00

7 passenger
$8,200.00
Tel: 323-6280

guage AM/steering wheel AM/ shift knob Tel: 364-1307 Cell: 436-3554

royal blue. $6,500.00.
Tel; 394- 2339/8 cell: 425-6723











RIB #888
1999 Honda Accord

in excellent condition, low mileage, pw, pd, tape deck,

1B #9 6 stick shift, A

4 door, 4 cyl. very clean ,just in from US $8,400 FIRM R

call Tim 341-2734 /425-7326
2001 EXPLORER SPORTS
Excellent condition, Sounds System
$10,000.00 ONO
Tel: 326-6588 Cell: 436-0766





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

4993 honda Accord pw, pd, tape deck, stick shift, 4
door, 4 cy, good on gas $2,400.00.











1998 Plymouth Voyager 67Kmiles on engine 4 cyl,
work small van or passenger, runs and drives,needs
work done on transmission $1,500.00



RIB #911




















. bi FORD TAURAS 4

ilver with grey interior, 4 door sedan
TWO (2 :

1999 HYUNDIA ACCENT 1999 Chevy Tahoe $3200 OBO

Female driver, Excellent condition,
Runs and drives excellent
Tel: 324-5121 cell: 427-0211

spacious, leather interior bucket seats, pw, pd,
cd, AC excellent family car just in
fromUSA$10,200 FIRM

341-2734/ 425-7326 Tim

Black/Yellow 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















TRIB #932

2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
Gold with tan leather interior
$9,500.00(neg)










#980 ies
2005 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.55
4 door sedan

2
1994 HONDA CIVIC






Fully loaded, power windows, power locks, Grey, Good condition
CD player, air condition, n good conaiton §2,500.00 Like ed eo Gaeta
. Tel: 361-0267 Cell: 434-2842

just service, cold Ac, factory audio system with
CD, wood grain, low miles, ask for Torry
Tel: 341-2338 Cell: 434-0882 or 341-4860








RIB #933

‘ 1995 HONDA CIVIC, EX
Black with dark grey interior, 2 door, Stick
shift, Engine runs great, Racing
suspension,














2
1996 TOYOTA CAMRY

RIB #953
1995 TOYOTA COROLLA Black with light brown interior



17” rims. $3000.00 OBO AC, tape, power windows, $3,500.00 ONO
Tel: 394-8959 Cell: 436-3718 00 ( 4)four cylinders, AC, Fully loaded,
ars Ot) Good condition, left hand drive

Tol: 341-4912 Cell: 557-0321

‘Tel: 341-8954 Cell: 636-4687 or 426-1110

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1991 LEXUS LS 400










2004 NISSAN SENTRA, RIB 4957




















low miles, alarm system, keyless entry, AC, White and grey
2004 BUICK LASABRE complete power packge, cruise control, tilt wheel 2005 TOYOTA CAMRY LX $6,800.00
Silver with grey/leather interior AM/EM radio with CD player, dual air bags. New Champagne with tan interior, In mint condition, Very clean
$15,500.00 tires with balancing & alignment. Car has been 4 door, Only 13 K miles. Brand new condition Must see! y

Every available option.
$22,000.00 OBO
Tel: 392-2082 Cell: 427-9042

20” rims, 4,000 miles
Tel: 322-3867 cell: 436-9000

detailed in and out.
$16,800.00
Tel: 351-1656 or 242-375-2226






Tel: 324-0335 Cell: 424-1615




1998 HONDA CIVIC | RIB #996

Sh ~ a Silver with grey interior
RIB #929 7 RIG #037 $5,500.00 1-1997 Volkswagen Golf,







- 2000 FORD EXPEDITION _ 1994 NISSAN LAUREL Standard shift, leather interior, CD player, Auto, AC, excellent on gas and
Black with grey leather interior, short back, (24 valve straight 6) Body in excellent condition power windows, cool AC price for quick sale at
new tires, 6 CD changer, seats seven, Being sold as is Tel: 364-2217 Cell: 525-5300 $3,900.00.
Great for taxi $8,500.00 Asking $2500.00 ONO : ; P} ; il 424-0035
Tel: 325-7675 Cell: 454-6535 Call: 362-1395 or 456-9249 : ease Call 424-



— Sas eee RIB 203
Ee it 1994 LEXUS ES 300 SPORTS Sabie wan tent oop mera ad
ue with |i rey interior, 4 door
Original, Black with a os Black with tan interior, Immaculate head tumer, 7 $6,000.00
$13,000.00 ONO powerful engine, runs great, Looks better. Cold AC, CD player, low mileage 40K, Clean
Tel: 392-7293 Only $7,900.00 OBO interior, Drivesr and look like a new car.
Cell: 436-5089 or 422-0887 Won't last, call today 535-5768 or 436-3488 Just in from US
; Licensed & insured. Tel: 393-5715 cell: 454-1138

RIB #973
2001 CHEVY IMPALA
Gold with tan interior
$10,500.00 or $8,500.00 without rims
Remote start, Excellent condition
Cell: 423-8778 or 426-9727












BBF #239
2001 KAWASAKI ZR7,
like new, expat leaving isiand

Y. ha Golf Cars. BBF #292
Gas Aedes avcable: 2005 Refurbished 150 cc Scooter Bikes



NEW 2 person cars starting at $6,300. Also for sale price ; 5 RIB FSO 2003 HONDA 650 CC
available in 4 person and Limo golf cars. $800.00 ‘ ee Red and White. $4,500.00 License untill May 2007
242-393-0262 | | call 357-9141 a 7 el: 392-1677 Cell: 551-9917




FOR SALE










23ft ABACS SKF



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Beat the traffic get around town fast! Chrome wheels serviced regularly, | | full only with center console, bi
Available in blue or red. 54500. 00 g | Already modified for 1/O dies
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RIB #196A

14 ft Eduardono Skiff. NEW.

Hull sale price is $4,440. Can take a 15hp
to 30hp. Great present for the kids.
Ask for Nick.
(242)393-0262.


















TRIB #247




DEFENDA
White with blue stripe, fuel capacity 2,000 gal
water 300” freezer space 8,000 Ibs, sleeps 7
engine 871 diesel transmissions, twin disc
Ask for Mr Johnson
339-1738/ 457-6007 /339-2111 or 636-9447
























TRIB #228 RIB #252
For Sale

2005 15' Triumph, 50 Yamaha, Trailer,
Great Condition,
Chris, 357-4277, $15,000.00.

40' Daytona Sportfish,
2-671 Detroits, continuous renovation, runs and
rides great. Call Chris 357-4277. Reduced!










RIB #205
















RIB #971










FOR SALE
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 Boai well kept

30FT PRO LINE
With two 250 Yahamah fuel injected-
engine $36,000.00 OBO

1992 Siratos boat,
70hp evinrude engine,
in good condition,
asking $7,500 ONO
Call 356-3065 or 424-1609

Boat Trailers from 12ft to 40ft.
Aluminum and Galvanized. Be prepared for
hurricane season. Best prices in town. ~
We also have utility trailers.

Tel: 393-0262. Call 394-1007 cell: 457-3546






VG
$140.00





race

$230.00






RIB #213








MOTOROLA V60
phone staris at $65.00
also includes Nokia 8260
Motorola Colour $125.00
V220 camera and video. GSM $125.00 356-
3953/677-4542

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S745 an SRN AG SAH HH PAs

RIB #218
Contact 425-5640/535-0734 or 326-5024

LOW PRICES CELLPHONES
Located East Shirley Street. 434-6896/422-3441 January Specail!
¢ Mot E378i. sesseenees $125.00
° Mot F3... 150.00
eMotC 139 ..$99.00
SMCT1G. cs seectinagtectme ees $89.00
e Mot L6i am/fm radio, increased memory ihan the regular L6 $199.00
eMot L6 black, silver...........++. $180.00
¢ Mot V3 Razor Black, Gold, Pink
° Mot V3i Razor Silver/Maroone.
¢ Mot V3i Razor D & G Gold i )
¢ Mot L7 Black/Silver... (Includes memory card)i tones..... $265.00
.@ Mot U6 Pebi Red, Black/Pink,Orange $265.00
¢ LG Chocolate(white/Black)...
e Mot Karzor K1 sas
¢ Mot Rizpr Z3.........
eNokia 6030 he
*Mot V3x(blue, black,pumpkin, pink.
°Nokia 1100 pauses POOL
Other GSM Model starting as low as $60.00, cases and pouches for many models
starting at $10.00, Car chargers, Travel Chargers OEM and after market from
10.00, and many more accessories at low prices.






RIB #986
TIRED OF PAYING CELL PHONES BILLS?
This long range cordless phone will fix that. Make and
receive calls from your home phone from anywhere on
the island. $425.00 Call 328-6935 or 465-4633

RIB #138A
2- 2004 Yamaha 300hp HPDI
Outboard Motors.
call 393-6112 for information
Ask for BILLY.











HOOSA
PLAYSTATION 2
console and controller &
memory card & games
$149.00




















UNIQUE 3 “ &
1.5” WIDE
Priced at $95.00 Colors:
Red, Blue and Grey.
Panasonic X70 camera
Bluetooth V60i $90.00
Priced at $165.00








PHILIP STEREO
BLUE TOOTH And TY 20" New: $29.00
Speaker phone
Blue & Silver, Priced at
$170.00
Motorola V3 Razr. Pink,
Priced at $230.00

GSM Phones as low as

$65.00
Call 328-6935/427-0108






PHILIPS SUBWOOFER
$70.00
Tel: 363-2943









RIB #184
LAPTOP & ALL ACCESSORIES

1 LAPTOP 1.4 AMD, 40 gig hd, 256 mb mem,3.1

surround sound, brief case, samsonite, wireless card, ,
router, digital camera, printer for $900
1 38” philips TV/ VCR, 1 DVD player for $500
3 motor bike helmets german style chrome, black,
$100.00 Tel: 393-0483/82 Cell: 454-1481

TRIB #903

DELL/COMPAQ RIB #976

RIB # 216
COMPUTER LAPTOPS Internet Ready Computer system
DVD LAPTOPS FOR es $499.00 1GH2-1-3GH2 windows XP Ms office,
All come with internet TV games anti virus
Call 328-6935/427-0108 Cell: 422-5499

ape ee ee t ea at me a ar em te

LCD 17” TV/MONITOR
SLIM 10lb WEIGHT
SELLING AT US PRICES $500.00
NEW IN BOX
Tel:328-6935 Cell: 427-0108

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2002 IMPALA
Black with tan interior. Parts For Accord, Civic
Maxima, Altima, Neon.
Radiator, Fan, Condenser, Maxima Engine
Transmissions. Cell: 454-7111

SMACKDOWN VS
RAW 2007

Final Fantasy XIl
Superman Returns

Smackdown vs raw
2007

Need for speed:
Carbon

Tel: 328-6160

ONC Cned

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

RIB #890
a" 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

PITBULL PUPPIES
Woods and Camelot, blood line, low riders, red
nose chocolate, chocolate brindle, red fawn. 6
weeks on 1/6/07/ 1st shots, dewormed,
only 4 left. $800.00 FIRM
Tel: 324-7827 Cell: 454-6553 or 324-6096



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

GEARS OF WAR
God Hand

Capcom Vs SNK 2

Grand Theft Auto:
Liberty City Stories

Tel: 328-6160

BUDOKAI
TENKAICHI 2

NBA 2K7

Splinter Cell Double
Agent

Kingdom Hearts II
Pimp My Ride
Tel: 328-6160

MICROSOFT ZUNE

(MP3 Player) 30GB -

FM Rapid 3 Inch Lcd
screen
$365.95

Tel: 328-6160

BBF #278

ALL GAMES
Less than. $75.00
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

STREET FIGHTERS
Anniversary

Capcom Classic
Collection 2

Justice League
Heroes

Street 2
Eragon

Tel: 328-6160

SCARFACE
Phantasy star
Universe
Valyrie Profile 2
Bully

Spy Hunter:
No where to run

Tel: 328-6160

RIB #206

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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

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

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REAL ESTATE

LOTS
Multi-family lot - Bacardi Road
— 100 x 100 -. $83,000

Commercial lot - East St. — 50
x 200 - $174,000,

South Beach - Duplex - 3 bed
1 bath, w/study & 1bed 1bath
apt in excellent condition,
w/hurricane _ shuiters, land
scaped and partially enclosed -
$210,000

Rentals
Centreville- 1050 sq ft office
space, A/C, no utilities included
$1200

Quail Roost
carpeted
appliances, central air, partially
enclosed grounds - $1300

Leeward East — 2/2 1/2 baths
w/central air upstairs - $1,600
Marathon area — 1/1 unfur apt,
utilities included - $650

Westward Villas - _ nicely
furnished family house, a/c -
$3800

- Cable Beach -— tastefully
designed, furnished, studio apt.
$1000

Faith Gardens -_ nicely
furnished, new 2 bedroom 1 1/2
bath t., with washer and
dryer - $1500

Coral Harbor — 2 bedroom 1
1/2 bath townhouse apartment
partially furnished - $1700

Exuma
Hooper’s Bay — 120 x 210 plot
ae for building a house or
partments; within walking
distance to the beach and
the south side - $50,000

Bahama Sound 7E — 80 x 125
near Forest - $12,500

Ritchie Realtors &
Appraisers - 394-2650
www.paulritchierealestate.com



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UNBEATABLE PRICES
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FAR

ALLIED REALTY
www.ailiedrealtybahamas.com
Homes/Apartments
0506 Camperdown. Newly
renovated 4! Sbath family
home new stainless _ steel

appliances.$465,000.

0566 Coral Harbour. Executive
S8bed 2.5bath home on large
landscaped lot. 2car garage
and electronic gate. $380,000.

0501 Clearview. Nice 5Sbed
8.5bath 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 om canal front lot.
$425,000.

0508 Boatswain. Brand new
townhouse featuring 2bed
2.5bath and _ tiled
$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. -
Vacant Land:
0506 Westwind. Gated
community in Love Beach
single family lot. $95,000

duplex lots $100,000.

0573 Southwest Ridge. Single
family fot 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 large single family
lots $94,500 Multi-family lots
$105,000.

0570 Yuma. Single family lots
in gated community in the west.
$90,000. :

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
www.alliedrealtybahamas.com

floors.

FAR HORIZONS, Multi-family
85x110, $159,000

CORAL HARBOUR
31,485.2sq.ft., $275,000

CORAL BREEZE triplex sites,
8,000sq.ft, $99,000

SOUTH OCEAN ESTATES,
residential va ,566sq.ft,

TUSCULUM
area 50'x100' multi-family all
utilities, $95,000

YUMA ESTATES
6,5 .ft residential and
multi-family $90,000

SOUTH SEAS,
duplex, marina and multi-family
Lots from $80,000

EMERALD COAST,
single family, $90,000

SAFFRON HILL
residential lots, $175,000

INDIGO
triplex and residential lots,

’

WESTWIND,
residential duplex site lots

VENICE BAY,
Residential and multi-family
sites from, $95,000

HIGH VISTA ESTATES,
triplex site, $147,000

Beachfront lot 50'x176'
ADELAIDE BEACH,
$177,000

HIGH POINT ESTATES,
triplex site 8,517sq.ft.,

NASSAU GARDENS,
multi- family 84'x112',
$105,000

SAINT ALBANS DRIVE
» 2-acre site, $660,000

MOUNT VERNON,
multi-famiily site 50'x100',

SAINT ALBAN'S DRIVE,
Commercial site 5,455sq. ft,
$120,000

WESTPLACE INVESTMENTS
residential 13,708sq.ft,
$165,000

SOUTH WEST RIDGE
area 130'x550', $275,000.
HARMONY HILL 4-beds, 3 1/2
bath, $448,910.00
CURTIS THOMPSON

REAL ESTATE
326-1514 or 325-0318 Days

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 2007, PAGE 37

12
Elegantly appointed
townhouses, featuring custom
kitchens, granite countertops,
central a/c, recessed lighting,
spacious master suite,
community pool and more!
Starting at $249,000

Ocean Place, P.1. 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!

Marina- Paradise Island's
most. prestigious residence.
First 2 buildings sold out! Don't
miss this unique opportunity!
Siig at $1,850,000 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

Nicely furn.

Sandyport 2235-__
3/2.5 waterfront condo. High

end finishes and fixtures, wrap

arqund veranda, boat. slip,
beach access and more!
$585,000

-Lots-

Sandyport_4174- Watercolour
Cay lots, 2 available. Starting
at $485,000

Indigo _4172-__ SF lot with

elevations over 50’ in gated

community. $239,000

Yuma _ Estates _4168- Single
and Multi family lots in new,
get community in the west.
tarting at $90,0

Qld Fort Bay 4162-__ The
largest lot remaining at Canal
Beach! .4 acres with 75’ of
frontage. $609,000

- Large
single and multifamily parcels
near development boom! Don't
miss out! Call for pricing!

Westwinds 6019C- Multi family
lots starting at $100,000

Exclusive Lubber’: uarters
Abaco 8047- 1 lot left, 90 x 126
with dock and beach access.
$69,900

To list your property, or
for more sales listings call
Paradise Real Estate 325-3000
Or visit
www.ParadiseBahamas.com

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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 Jot 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

SAUNDERS

eR

BEACH

COMMERCIAL 6.5 Acres
Direct Access to Saunders
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
EVENINGS: 395-6650 or
424-6685

info@ bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com

LOTS FOR SALE
SANDYPORT King Fisher Is-
Multi-family Lot 7,274sq.ft.
$479,000.00

GOLDEN GATES- Single-
Family Lot 60X100 $72,000.00

CARMICHAEL ROAD,
nostewaln Sige ran Lot,
50x90, $52,000.00

HIDDEN HILLS-Multi-Family
Lots, 60x100, $70,000.00

D

TOWN HOUSES/ _
CONDOS/DUPLEX APT
SANDYPORT-4 bed, 3.5 bath
$868,000.00

YAMACRAW ROAD-
1-bed,1-bath, $218,000.00
2-bed,1-bath, $246,000.00

SKYLINE LAKES-
3-bed,2.5-bath, $285,000

BLUE HILL ROAD SOUTH -
2 -2-bed,1-bath, $245,000.

Call 466-8144, 525-3182



ORS E SYRNONETT, CPS
Paansceans

WESTRIDGE
Residential hilltop lake view lot
84x306 back 150 sq.ft.

WESTERN DISTRICT
COMMERCIAL LOT
132 on Bay St.X472

$1,213,000.00

CARMICHAEL ROAD
Just off Lot size 100x164,
$170,000.00

VISTA MARINA
Triplex lot 100 X 200
$2 .00

’

BILNEY LANE OFF MACKEY
AND SHIRLEY STS.
Commercial corner lot 82x96

TWYNAM HEIGHTS
Ocean view 108X228
$364,000.00

HOUSES/CONDO

SEA BEACH ESTATES
Duplex Townhouses
3bed, 2? bath - $318,000.00
2 bed, 1 bath - $202,400.00

VISTA MARINA
Townhouse 1,700 sq.ft.
2 bed, 2 bath, cypress
ceiling and mahogany
stair rail. $269,000.00

ORIS SYMMONETT
REAL ESTATE at
325-8280, Eve. 325-1961



&

giantation Realty,

TELEPHONE 326-7092
OFF COWPEN RD 65x110,
$75,000
50x140, $75,000
CORAL HAE OR 100x140,

90,000
80x113, $85,000
DUPLX LOT, $115,000
TRIPLEX LOT, $135,000
NEW FOXDALE 60x100,
$70,000
GARDEN HILLS 60X100,
$70,000
PINEYARD RD 70X100,
$85,000
OFF FAITH AVE, 60x126,

96,000
CORAL VISTA with
Foundation, $95,000
WEST BAY 50x300, $325,000

WINTON HEIGHTS 125x125,
$160,000.






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LIGHTBOURN REALTY

HOMES

Sandyport. 4 bed, 4.5 bath
3.558 Sq Ft home, deck, pool,
private dock on canal.
$1,965,000, #5694

West Bay Street. 5 bed, 5.5
bath hilltop home w/ocean
views, infinity pool, newly
constructed $1,675,000, # 5866
Eastern Road. 5 beds, 4.5
bath hilltop home w/harbour
views, pool, garage, generator.
Furnished. $1,600,000. #5700.
Sandyport. Canal front 3 beds
4.5 baths with dock furnished
$1,300,000. #5789

Prospect Ridge. West. 1.7
acre hilltop lot with 2 homes. 4
bed, 2.5 bath main home and 2
bed, 2 bath cottage. Pool,
views, needs TLC. $1,100,000.
#5738.

Eastern Road. 4 bed, 3.5 bath
hilltop home, newly renovated,
pool. $1,175,000. #5545.
Sandyport. 4 bed, 2.5 bath
home, canal and beach front,
own dock. $925,000. #5682.
Camperdown. 4 bed, 3.5 bath

home located on a quiet cul-de-
sac. Large lot, pool,
immaculate condition.

$890,000. #5501

Orange Hill - 5 bedroom, 3 1/2
bath features ocean views, 85
feet of beachfront, pool,
generator, rainwater tank and
much more. $1,750,000 #5581
Blair 4 bed, 2.5 bath home on
a 15,000 sq.ft. lot. Open
living/dining, _ kitchen, _ family
room, patio. $525,000. #5845
Winton. 3 bed, 2 bath home on
a quiet cul-de-sac. Imaculate
condition, automatic gates,
central A/C. $615,000. #

APARTMENTS &
TOWNHOUSES
Paradise Island. Ocean Place.
2-3 bed condos with amazing
views, concierge service, pool,
beach access, gym, large
private balcony. Exquisite.

Starting at $899,400. #2095.
West Bay Street. Brand new 3
bed, 3 bath townhouse w/ocean
views, garage. $725,000.
#5217

Paradise Island. 2 bed, 2 bath
round floor condo in a water

ront gated community w/pool.
Furnished. $795,000. #5723.
Delaporte Point. Beachfront

Townhouse 3 bed 2.5 bath
furnished. $568,000. #5873
Nautica. Brand new
Townhouses 3 bed 2.5 bath
from $515,000. #5872

Sandyport. Condos with
docks, - secure gated
community. Starting at

$450,000. #5728 i
Dick’s Point. 2-3 bed condos,
dock space, pool, tennis courts,
storage, furnished. Starting at
$695,000. #5497.

COLDWeLL
PN Cd oe
LIGHTBOURN REALTY

Townhouse 1200 sq. ft.
$190,000. #5517
Compass Point. 1 bed, 1 bath

condo, partial ocean views,
semi _ furnished. $165,000
#5880

Venice Bay — Brand New - 2
bed 1.5 bath 1200 sq. ft. 24 hr
security, community pool and
much more. Price reduced to
$175,000. #5654

Venice Bay Annex — Fiveplex
to foundation 191’x70.
$135,000 #5628

Kool Acres. Duplex 2 bed, 2
bath units fairly new.
$230,000 #5864

COMMERCIAL

BSB House, West Bay Street
— three levels, 5,500 sq.ft.
overlooking Nassau harbour
and beach with parking. $2
million. #5760

East Bay Street — 2 storey
building overlooking Nassau
Harbour. 6,350 sq. ft. #5671
Spencer White

Airport Industrial Park.
Commercial. Vacant lot 19,773
sq. ft. $212,000. #5871

Village Road. 5,700 sq.ft.
building on a 16,000 sq.ft. lot.
28 parking spaces. $860,000.
#5839.

VACANT LAND

Indigo -— 7,582 sq ft, Single
Family Lots. $ From 182,000. #
5705 # 5875

Venice Bay Annex, multi-
family 191’x70’ to foundation.
$135,000.#5628 .
CORAL HARBOUR- 9,388 sq.
ft. $89,900, Fiveplex $125,000
South Ocean Estates -
Starting at $99,500 #5471
Venice Bay. Multi-family corner
lot. 100’ X 100’ $135,000.
#5550

Palm Tree Avenue - 62 x 100
Ft $ 95,000, # 5893

Emerald Coast - gated 7,173
sq.ft. starting at $90,000,
#5754

Yuma_ Estates.
$90,000 #5849

QUT ISLAND VACANT
Abaco Club at Winding Bay.
Estate lots. Starting at
$1,300,000. #5317.

Cat Island, Greenwood
Estates, 2 lots, almost on
beach. $59,900 for both. #
5876.

Great Abaco Beach Front —
4.99 acres Rocks, development
potential, . _ adjoining tract
available $350,000 MLS#5797
Marsh Harbour Abaco
Commercial zoned lot 55,000
sq. ft. $360,000 #5793

Russell Island — .5 acre
elewated waterfront lot,
gorgeous views. $240,000

Starting at

Sea Beach Estates. 2 bed, 2 | #5478

bath Condo with -loft room,
gated, pool. $290,000. #5713

Tel: 393-8630 ° Fax: 393-8638
Boatswain Hill — 2 bed, 2 bath

t

LITTLE EXUMA - lot next to
Tropic of Cancer beach
$40,000.00 #5720

Tel: 393-8630 ° Fax: 393-8638




































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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

land scaped 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 garage om large enclosed
lot. $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

which features _— elaborate
Bahamian architectural details,
top-of-the-line _ finishes,
including granite countertops,
hardwood flooring, high
ceilings, and lots more. From
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 4
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
3 car garage.



JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE
CALL TODAY:322-1069
EVENINGS: 395-6650 or
424-6685

info @ bahamasproperty.com
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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
private office/family room. 1
bed detached cottage.
Swimming pool, covered
verandas and _ patio offer
exquisite oceanfront outdoor
living. $3.6 million

JACK ISAACS

REAL ESTATE
-CALL TODAY:322-1069
EVENINGS: 395-6650 or

424-6685
info@ bahamasproperty.com

SEA BREEZE EST
Lot For Sale - Owner
100x100 with approved plans
and foundation.
Started for 3500sqft bldg,
$120,000 Net.

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Call 395-1975.



SEAVIEW DRIVE -
WEST GROVE
Luxury Townhomes
under construction.
Amenities include community
pool, maple cabinets with
granite tops, and built in
appliances. Models are
available in 2 bedroom, with
2 1/2 bath or 3 bedroom with
2 1/2 bath layouts and gareue:
Contact Michael Pratt Sr

356-4751, or 535-5599
for further details.



24/7 380-8010

CONDO OUT WEST

2-BEDROOMS, 1-BATH,
$145,000.00
DOWNPAYMENT $7,975.00

3-BEDROOMS, 2-BATH,
$190,000.00
DOWNPAYMENT, $10,225.00
GATED, reer AND TENNIS
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PRICE WILL INCREASE
JAN 30, 2007

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.

EXUMA PROPERTY
TWO COMMERCIAL LOTS @
$10,000 each

TWO MULTI-FAMILY LOTS@
$35,000 each.

All lots minutes from the Four

Seasons. 345-5032.

BACARDI ROAD: DUPLEX
LOT FOR SALE
146x84. $90,000.
Tel 362-2018.

BEACHFRONT LOTS
FOR SALE
TURKS & CAICOS IS
55 Acres Commercial

8 Acres Commercial
0.71 Acres Residential
Call 1-649-232-9990

BUILDING IN PINEWOOD
GARDENS with 2 Efficiencies
and Shop area For Sale,
$130,000...
Call:392-0141
Cell:465-4355

DO YOU WANT to Sell your
House, Lot or Building fast? We
have buyers ready to purchase.
Call Prestige Realty Phone
326-0579, or 434-9052.

ARE YOU LOOKING _ to
purchase and House, ‘Lot or
Building? We will find what you
want. Call Prestige Realty
Phone 326-0579, or 434-9052.

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.

HUBERT S MCKENZIE
ESTATE
3 bed, 2 i/2 bath, private car
garage. Gated community sea
breeze lane $195,000.00 Tel:

324-0285/ 393-7394/ 454-9138
457-2285

LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER
In Sandyport A chance to buy a
superb piece of land with water
on three sides. Just . under
8,000sq ft with direct access to
the ocean. Own private beach
and boat docking _ facilities.
Ask\ing $460,000 Net.

Contact 422-4131.

VICTORIA COURTS
Downtown gated with pool.
Furnished efficiency apt.
a/c, and cable ready

$119,000.00

ORIS SYMMONETT
325-8280; Eve. 325-1961





THE TRIBUNE

TROPICAL HOME
DESIGNS
CONSTRUCTION
co

AFFORDABLE HOUSE AND
LOT PACKAGES FOR ONLY
5% DOWN.

2 BED, 2. BATH $90,000
3 BED, 2 BATH, $120,000

DUPLEX, 2 BED, 1 BATH
$155,000

TRIPLEX 2 BED, 1 BATH
$185,000.00

IN SUCH AREAS:
-CARMICHAEL RD
-COWPEN RD,

-SOUTH BEACH,
-CORAL VISTA

-KOOL ACRES

-PRINCE CHARLES AND
MANY MORE

COME IN TODAY AND LET
US MAKE YOUR DREAM
A REALITY. 7
TEL: 323-0546, 326-5468
Evening 327-7504



Licensed Real Estate Agent
Needed must have 5 years
sales experience with strong
people skills a self starter and a
go getter Independent and
persistent.
Please send resumes to:
tamikabowe @ yahoo.com or

Fax 322-6514.

ELEUTHERA

Near the Cotton Bay Club
and Jack’s Bay
1 Acre $55,000,
10 Acres 500,000
20 Acres $2.2M
Contact
Michael Coakley
242-325-7932
or Email: michael coakley
@hotmail.com

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
3-bed, 2-bath
Carport and utility room
$170,000
5% Down Payment.

PHONE 356-0894



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the search fs aver...

MULTIE FAMILY &
COMMERCIAL

CARMICHEAL WEST
56X144,$76,000

CAVES WEST BAY,
beachfront,6.1ACRES,
$3,500,000

ENGLERSTON,
100X100,$60,000

FAITH AVE. SOUTH,
100X176,$300,000

HAROLD ROAD,
off 2ACRES,$365,000

LOVE ESTATES,
102X421,$215,000

SOUTH SAES SUBD.,
80X100,$95,000

RENTALS.

CABLE BEACH, 2BRM-
1BTH,$800.

ELIZABETH AVE,
SHOP/Office Space,$950

KEMP & SHIRLEY ST.
New Shops Office Space,

MARINE POINT CONDO,
2BRM-2BTH.Oceanfront,

MARINA POINT CONDO,
3BRM-3BTH, Oceanfront,
$3,300.

MARSHALL RD., 2BRM-
1BTH,water, a/c$600.

MACKEY ST.

Office space 300sq.ft..$450.

WINTON HGTS.,
germ ist furnished,
,water, a/c, ~
é $1,160.
VAMACRAW HILL RD.
,28RM-1.5BTH/unfumished,
vhse,$1,100.

VAMACRAW HILL RD.,
1BRM-1BTH unfurnished,
“ $600.

Contact: JONES- DIXON &

322-6512or 3







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TPN Realty

‘Sales * Rental * Appraisals *
Management
Ph & Fax: 361-7880, 456-9281
E-mail: rudy @batelnet.bs
www.tpm-realty.com
* Appraisals accepted
by all banks *







RESIDENTAL LOTS
CORAL BREEZE ESTATE
7,500 sq. ft. $95,000
SOUTH SEAS (GATED)
7,500 sq. ft. $80,000
YUMA ESTATES (GATED)
6,500 sq ft. $90,000

MULTI-FAMILY LOTS
BLACK PEARL ESTATES
80*100. 95,000
VIENICE BAY (GATED)
100*100. $110,000
CORAL BREEZE
7,500 — 8,000 sq. ft-
$99,500 - $105,000
YUMA ESTATES (GATED)
Duplex — 4plex. $125,000 -

0,000
SOUTH SEAS (GATED)
8,000 sq ft. $95,000

HOUSES
TWYNAM SUBDIVISION
Lot 10,179 sq ft
Completed Foundation.
2,947 sq ft
3 Beds 2 Baths. $140,000
WESTRIDGE
House Foundation &
Completed Guest House
Lot 120*414. $575,000
SOUTH BEACH
4 Beds, 21/2 Baths. $265,000
YONDER ROAD
3 Beds, 4 ? Baths. Guest
Cottage.Swimming Pool. Many
Extras. $550,000
GARDEN HILLS
5 Beds, 3 Baths. $350,000
SMITHSVILLE
3 Beds, 2 Baths. $160,000
KOOL ACRES
3 Beds, 21/2 Baths. $249,000
Split Level. Jacuzzi. Security

System
- GARDEN HILLS
6 Beds, 4.5 Baths. $285,000.
SAN SOUCI
3 Beds, 3 Baths
mare ity $420,000
OLDEN GATES
3 Beds, 2 Baths. $227,000
CORAL LAKES

3 Beds, 2 Baths
Executive House. $399,000

APARTMENTS &
COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
EAST ST NORTH

2 Shops & 2 Apartment -

‘Three 9
Sorat”

(495,000 Completed

VENICE BAY 1 Bod,
Executive Cotta: 1
Bath.
Town House Dunit
. 2 Beds, 1 1/2 Baths.
$167,500

INCOME OPPORTUNITY
If you know of any one who
wants to sell their property,

let us know.








LOT FOR SALE
TEL 392-2618 or 364-3624

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.

FOR SALE

BY OWNER
‘Large Canalfront
Lot with dock Rare
Sandyport Royal
Palm Estate. Lot

14,000sq ft
$720,000 ono Net.

327-8376.

VICTORIA GARDENS
OFF GLADSTONE ROAD
60x100, Lot $13,

_ $55,000.
Contact Mr Davis 422-1498,
364-0865 after 6pm.

LIGHTHOUSE REAL
ESTATE
FAR HORIZONS WESTRIDGE
4-Four-plex Los and 14-Duplex
Lots For Sale
Price $159,000 - $249,000
Call 427-8970

NEED
CONSTRUCTION
DONE
CALL 456-7334
We work Islands also.

KOOL ACRES

LOT 94X54, $68,000
LOT 50X100, $65,000
PHONE 324-6007.

WANTED

URGENTLY

Vacant Land
Houses, Duplexes/3-plexes
rtments

Apai
Cor jal

Please call Ludiec
393-1183 or 557-3225
anytime.

- OWN OR INVEST

in a piece of the home of the
Pine: Fest!
For Sale by Owner

Gregory Town, Eleuthera 3-
1-bath house on
rime lot, $95,000 ono Neg.

bedrooms,
-5859.

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. .

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.

20036 ‘Spanish Wells: Cleared
and beautifully landscaped
(12,000 sq. ft.) lot in central
location. $153,000.

4017 Elbow Cay: Residential
lot located in a quiet community
immediately across the street

from a_ beautiful protected
beach. $350,000.
3948 Long Island: Single

family lot (90 x 129) located

within the Stella Maris
community. $28,000. :
4025 Roker's Exuma:

Beautiful harbour and ocean
view lot, utilities available. Near
to Four Seasons, marina and
sea. 5.555 acres $769,230.

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
$180,000.

3983 Flamingo Bay: Beautiful
oe ad beachfront iots for

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TWYNAM HEIGHTS,

EAST HOUSE FOR SALE
3-BED, 2-BATH, A/C.
Lot 1,900sq ft
$294,000 ono.
Tel:357-7006, 364-1441








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NASSAU LOTS

4018 Sandyport: Single Family
Lot 6800 sq.ft. in secure gated
community. On 50 ft. white
sandy beach, waterfront and
private dock. $441, 000.

4019 Sandyport: Single Family
Lot 14000 sq.ft. in gated
community. On 100 ft. of white
sandy beach, waterfront and
private dock. $882,000.

3571 Westridge: 5 lots zoned
as single family, 17220 sq. ft.-
27108 sq. ft. Priced to sell and
starting at $225,000 up. to
$270,000.

3994 Westridge: Multi-family
lots available in developing
area. Starting at $159,000-
$249,000.

4026 Paradise Island:
Residential lot in an exclusive
gated community with golf
course and canal front. $
3,750,000.

3999 Charlotteville: This 8,253
sq. ft. property is located in an
upscale gated community. Club
house, pool, and tennis
court.$189,000

4028 Westwind: Single family
lot in new Subdivision near
Love Beach. Controlled entry
and underground utilities. 6000
sq.ft. $103,000 gross.

3975 Coral Harbour: Single
family lots located in Coral
Breeze Estates. This sub-
division features underground

utilities and two parks.
$950,000.
3974 Coral Harbour:

Duplex/Townhouse lots located
in Coral Breezes Estates. This
subdivision features under
Paget utilities and two parks. $

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. Some

ee oor re between
0,000 £9, ft. $175,000.:

CALL
ERA Real Ectate
Tel: 393-1811 or
Fax: ) 394-1453
info @erabahamas.com

www.erabahamas.com

MUST SELL NOW !!
Cozy 1-bed, 1-bath Efficien
Condo Unit, off Eastem Road!
$8,500 Down includes Legal
Fees. If you have down
payment, Lets talk business!!

Call: 425-4008,
Serious calls only.



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~ HOMES/APARTMENTS/
CONDOS/COMMERCIAL

4024 Westward: Newly
renovated, furnished 3 bed 2.5
bath home. Electric gates,
security bars, alarm system,
backup generator and enclosed
yard. $475,000.

3929 St. Albans __ Drive:
Apartment complex with four 2
bed, 2 bath apartments. Well
and City Water. Enclosed
property, adequate paved
parking, and a storage shed.

‘$450,000.

4022 Lyford Cay: Semi-
furnished hillside home with 6
bed 6.5 bath. Marble vanities,
cozy fireplace, Jacuzzi and
pool, generator, R/O water
system and more! $ 2,500,000.

4023 Paradise Island:
Harbourview condominium with
3 bed, 3 bath. Jacuzzi,

electronic gates and other great
features. $1,445,000.

3896 Delaporte: Furnished 3
bed oceanfront unit enjoys
lovely sea-views from every
floor, It has central air
conditioning, ceramic _ tiles.
$595,000.

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.

3669 Eastern Road: Semi-
furnished 3 bed home featuring
stainless _ steel appliances
granite counter tops, ravertine
tile, a breakfast room, office,
walk-in closet, Jacuzzi and
balcony views. $1,840,000.

3928 Blair: Spacious 4 bed
home with a covered carport,
storage shed, central A/C units,
new roof and a fanced in
lush backyard. $525,000: ~








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4027 Palmdale: Commercial
building weal for office. 2 bath,
wall A/C, 3 separate offices,
kitchenette, enclosed grounds,
oe parking. 1200

sq.ft SSO OO

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Tel: (242) 393-1811 or
Fax: (242) 394-1453
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VACANT LOTS:
EMERALD COAST #2228
70' X 103' duplex lots in
proposed gated community
starting at $96,000. 70' X 103'
S/F lots $92,000.
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' x100' and larger starting at
$80,000.
SAFFRON HILL #2199 Triplex
lots from $185,000. - Four-plex
lots from $210,000 ..reserve
yours now! Single/f _ 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/ft to 10,058
s/ft 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 Jot on pond.
Full set of approved and
ee 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-I/2
baths and 2 bedrooms 2-1/2
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

pool... Prices start ~~ from
$899,405.

WINTON HEIGHTS #2303
Under construction tri-level 3
bedrooms 2-/2 baths
mediterranean style
townhouses. 3,000 s/ft each.
Perpetual sea views.

Amenities to includepool and
security. $495,000.
J

ACARANDA #2200 Spacious
new tri-level 3 bedrooms 3-l/2
baths townhouse in gated
community opp. Old Fort Bay.
Pool, patio. $475,000.

PARADISE ISLAND The
Residences at Atlantis, a luxury
condominium-hotel offer
elegantly 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 bed-
room suites from $1,800,000.

For these and more call:
326 4800 325 3957

CA. Christie
Real Estate
CABLE BEACH Beautiful
BAYROC residences at pre-
construction prices from
$1,550,000 to $2,300,000.
Amenities include 24-hour
gated & individual security,
systems, balconies, spectacular
views.
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 _ beda-
rooms 3-l/2 baths townhouse in
gated waterfront complex.
Nicely furnished, pool: $6,000
p.m.

GRAND BAHAMA:

#2340 Exceptional _invest-
ment opportunity. Full service
gas station on 2.98 acres.
Being sold with supplies and
equipment. $700,000.

#2341 Lucayan Towers: Well
appointed corner 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.

#2343 Bahamia South:
Attractively designed newly
built Executive Home. 3
bedrooms 2-/2 baths. 2-car
garage, office, hurricane proof
windows, pool... and more...
$350,000.

EXUMA:

Hoopers 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 s/ft
residential oceanfront lot.
Beach access $650,000

For these and more call:
326 4800 325 3957

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BAHAMAS

SALES
CARMICHAEL RD! Spacious
64' x 137' triplex lot in quiet
area with great potential. All
utilities are available. Web Ref:

562522. Price: $85,000
BACARDI ROAD! Fantastic
property comprising of a

Sbd/2bt unit, a 2bd/1bt unit and
two 1bd/1bt units. Priced to sell.
Good rental income. Web Ref:
8856. Price: $249,000

SANDYPORT! 1bd/1.5bt
apartment unit features ocean
views, large rooms, top of the
line kitchen appliances &
plumbing fixtures, ceramic tiled
floors, and more. Web Ref:
5117. Price: $259,900

WEST BAY STREET! Duplex
with 2 beautifully appointed,
2+bd/3bt townhouses. Features
include central air, tiled patios
and ocean views. Close to
everything. Web Ref: 5285.
Price: $320,000

SANDYPORT! 2bd/2bt colonial
condominium in gated
community delivers 1,100 SF
including open floor plan with
combination living/dining room
and kitchen with pass-through
window. Community near
shops, schools and_ airport.
Amenities include pool,
security, beach, tennis,
playground, assigned parking
and dockage. Web Ref. 9361.
Price: $389,000

WEST BAY ST! 3bd/3.5bt
townhouse delivers fantastic
ocean views & _ 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 living space,
fully equipped kitchen and
walkout access to expansive
patio. -Central a/c, storage
space & storm frame impact
windows are a plus. Web Ref:
562573. Price: $615,000

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

TOWER HEIGHTS!. 3bd/3.5bt
unique contemporary colonial
home in the eastern district of
New Providence. Spacious
home features += mahogany
doors, hurricane’ windows,
cherry cabinets & gorgeous hill
top sea views and more. Web
Ref: 562431. Price: $809,500

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs

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BAHAMAS
REA LY Y
FORT CHARLOTTE! 3-acre
hilltop location provides

fantastic setting for 11-structure
complex housing approximately
60,000 SF of viable commercial
space. Numerous _ stylishly
architected executive offices
and suites eagerly await
additional local or national
businesses. Web Ref. 3110.
Price: $4.599M

RENTALS
CENTREVILLE! Close _ to
downtown and all

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

SKYLINE HEIGHTS! 2bd/ibt

cottage overlooking _ pristine
Lake Cunningham offers
partially furnished, 1,100 SF

interior with vaulted ceilings &
spectacular tile flooring.
Residents will enjoy elegant
formal dining area, spacious
living room and generous
master. Fully enclosed parcel
boasts back patio and sitting
area in front yard. Web Ref.
8794. $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 p/m

SANDYPORT! 2bd/2.5bt

ground floor condo with boat
slip! Tiled throughout, Corian
countertops in kitchen, crown
mouldings, central a/c, lovely
garden views and comfortably
furnished. Web Ref: 562395.
Price: $2,700 p/m '

WESTWARD VILLAS! 3bd/2bt
villa near shopping, schoo! and
entertainment. Features kitchen
w Corian counter tops and solid
wood cabinetry, elegant formal
dining room & _— separate
breakfast nook. Amenities
include tiled floors, security
bars, tongue-and-groove
ceilings, wall-unit a/c, storage
shed, 2-car garde and patio.
AL Ref. 10344. Price: $3,800
im

Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
Ph: 242-393-8618
www.bahamasrealty.bs



HAIR AND NAIL BOOTHS

$100 PER WEEK.
TEL 326-2249, 395-5476.

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RENTALS
3776 Cable Beach: Office
spaces with 3 private

bathrooms, reception area with
bathroom, parking, A/C, 6
phone lines and water included.
$4500/pm.

3392 Eastern Road: Spacious
3 bed, 1 bath multi level cottage
features ocean view, covered
carport, washer and dryer, A/C.
$1,850/pm

3927 Sea Breeze: 3 bed home
with spacious living areas,
stainless steel appliances car-
peted bedrooms, garage, alarm
and 15kw generator.
$4,500/pm.

3921 Harbour Colony: Nice 3
bed penthouse unit with views
of the Nassau Harbour. Open

floor plan, large _ kitchen,
laundry area and_ pool.
$5,500/pm.

2789 Sandford Drive: Lovely 3
bed 2 bath furnished townhome
controlled entry, swimming pool

and backup generator.
$3,000/pm

3935 Nassau Street: The
entire upper floor of this
commercial building is
available. Open floor plan,
partial harbor views, new

bathrooms, provisions for A/C,
and 6 parking spaces.
$4,000/pm.

3934 Compass 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.

3809 Westward Villas: Furnis-
hed 3 bed home with laundry
room, electronic gates, security
bars, alarm, generator and an
enclosed yard. $3,200/pm.

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

4020 Bay Street: Fully air-
conditioned corporate office
with shared reception area,
kitchen, 2 restrooms,
conference rooms, 3 __ fully
furnished offices and more!
$5,200p/m

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

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EASTERN AREA
1 bedrm House-Unit, $650,
cable, tel, sec avail. 324-4262.

JEROME AVE, SHOP SPACE,
OFFICE OR_ SALON, 2
BOOTHS. WATER INCLUDED.
$875 PER MONTH. Tel 394-
3919(D), 393-0046(E).

ROOM FOR RENT
1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT.
TEL 361-7130.

SHOP SPACE BILNEY LANE
next to Super Value packing lot.
Tel 393-0715.

Apt. for Rent:
Yamacraw Close -
new, unfurn. 2 bedroom ,

1 bath, water incl., a/c, ceiling
fan. $750.00 mthly, $400.00
security deposit.
Married couples preferred,
no pets. 364-2813

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.

2-BED, 1-BATH OFF Faith
Ave include fridge, alarm,
cable, A/C in master bedroom,
c/fans $675/pm, 1st and last
month, plus $300 sec dep. 361-
1338, 454-9089, 425-1283.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATHROOM,
refrigerator, stove, washing
machine, security bars and air
condition, first, last and security
deposit. Sea Breeze Lane. Call
324-0540.

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.

BEAUTIFUL BEACHFRONT
apartment building: Located
Yamacraw Shoes new 1-
bedroom, 1-bathroom, semi-
furnished. View of the pond and
beach. Ceiling fan, phone
teady, cable ready, securty
bars, new blinds, water and
central air conditioning
included. $700 per month. To
view call 323-1083/426-5665
ask for Mrs Munroe.

NAIL BOOTH FORR RENT.
Interested persons __ please.
Contact 328-7807.

2-BEDROOM, 1 1/2 BATH
CONDO, Westridge Estates.
Water included, central air.
Fully furnished $1650 per
month. Tel 466-5287.

1-BED, 1-BATH furnished Apt
off Firetrail, water included.
$650/pm. Tel 454-5022.

3-BEDROOM, 2-BATH elec
gate, washer/dryer, _ water
included. Off Prince Charles
behind Shell Gas _ Station.
$1,000, first and last & .sec
$300. Tel 363-1283, 424-2844.

.2-BEDROOM, 2-BATH White
trim with live green on Zion
Blvd ask $700 Water & light not
included. Contact Ms Lowe
after 6pm. 324-6964.



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HOUSES needed for Executive
to lease. Tel 393-0868.

2-BEDROOM AT |. off
Carmichael Rd Godet Dr
security bars, sec screens.

Fencd-in yard. Water included.
Asking $700 per month. $700

sec dep.
Call 535-1915 or 362-2520.

CABLE BEACH ~- Fully
furnished secure’ one bedroom
A/C, apartment within walking
distance cf hotels, shopping
malls, beaches and bus route.
Back patio leads to swimming
pool and laundry. Water
included. $1,000 per month.

Tel 327-7134.

CABLE BEACH Large
furnished one bedroom Apt in
Carefree w/balcony on the
ocean available early February.
Gated complex. Suitable for an
executive couple or single.
$1500 per month, 1st and last
month rent + sec dep at signing
of lease. May be viewed by
appointment. Please phone
455-7927 after 4:30pm.

CABLE BEACH, Hampshire St
West Gated, Townhouse, 2
bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, fully
furnished, storage area, cable
and phone ready, water and
cooking gas included 1,400/pm,
1st and last month rent , $750,
sec dep required. Phone 535-
0044(Cell), 327-1977(hm).
Serious ing only please NB

washing facilities on the
premises.

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,
1st, last and sec deposit.
Available: Jan 01, 2007.
361-7813

CARIBBEAN GARDENS new
luxurious, spacious 2.bedroom
apartment, central air condition,
fridge and stove, washer and
dryer, sec screen, blinds, $950
per month. Must see to
appreciate. Tel 394-5220.

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.

DANOTTAE ESTATE - Brand

new Apt for rent 2-bed, 1-bath,
fridge, stove, central A/C,
burglar bars and water

inclduded. $900 per month 1st,
last + $400 sec. Phone 393-
3406 after 6pm.

CHIPPINGHAM
NAIL STATION
BARBER STATION
FOR RENT
WEEKY $200 ea
TEL 434-5357.

BRAND
located
bedroom,

NEW DUPLEX,
Faith Gardens 2

1 1/2 baths, fully
furnished, including washer
machine amd dryer, water
inclduded, very spacious must
se to appreciate, $1,500 per
moth first, last month and sec
dep required. Phone 393-8257
or 393-99288, 457-4488 after
5pm.

FURNISHED 2-bed Apartment,
Water & light included.
Tel 364-8508.

1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH, _ fully
furnished Apt pool. All utilities
already on, Cable Beach
$1,000 per month. Tel 242-551-
8358, 327-7682, leave
message

1-BEDROOM, fully furnished
apartment, Sans Souci. Ideal
for single mother, teacher, or
expat. Includes light, water, gas
and cable. Asking $800 per
month. Call 302-9037 day and
324-2958 evenings.

2-

ROCKY PINE ROAD -
BEDROOMS, 1 BATH, storm
shutters, burglar bars, water
included. Located off Mckinney
Asking $650 per month, $500
sec dep. Tel 525-2031

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT
Misty Gardens off Marshall
Road. Includes water, sec bars,
blinds, carpet, fenced yard and
phone ready. $675 per month,
1st and last month + $450 sec
dep. Contact 361-1419, leave
message or 425-3082. Looking
for a couple. with one child.
Serious enquiries only.

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

FURNISHED 1-bed Efficiency,
Water & light included.
Tel 364-8508.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT,
AIC, ceiling fan, fridge, stove,
water included. Cable ready,
$750 per manth, 1st and last +
$400 sec dep. Sandilands
Village Rd. Phone 456-8275.
Serious inquiries only.

FURNISHED ROOM FOR
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

APARTMENT FOR RENT
2-bed, 1-bath, light, water,

cable and phone included.

Located Golden Gates #2,

No children.

$750 p/m, $500 dep.

‘Tel 323-5875.











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

Miramar, P.I. 2254- Furn. 3/3.5

townhouse in beachfront
community. $5,500

Sandyport_R2253- Furn. 3/2.5
canaliont condo, nicely
decorated, boat slip! $4,500

Tuckaway R2252- Brand new,



really nice, Partly furn. 2/1
apartment, central location!
$1,250

Treasure Cove R1215-. Fully
furn. 4/2 with pool. Ready to
move in! $4,000

Conchrest R2243- Nice, newly
furn. 2/2 ~~ second floor
oceanfront condo. Great views!
$3,800

Westridge R2250-_Brand new
3/3.5 furn. Townhouse with
private pool. $4,750

Victoria Court R2251-_ Newly
remodeled 2/2.5, fourth floor
condo in 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

Sandyport_R2123- Furn. 2/2
with lovely canal views! $3,500

Sandford Drive R2238-_ Brand
new, immaculate 2/2.5 in a
gated complex. Pool, gym,
arage, custom everything!!
4,500

Seabeach Estates _R2232-
Tastefully furn. 3/2 townhouse
with private garden, SS
appliances and more! $2,500

Cable Beach 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

Cable Beach R2212- 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_

Treasure Cove R1180-
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



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GRAHAM
REAL ESTATE

www.grahamrealestate.com

Rentals.
#3208 Lake Cunningham,
large 5 bed, 5 1/2 bath family
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. Big
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
plan, living/dining/kitchen.
Large screened in porch.
Enclosed: yard with pergola. 2
car ports. Furnished.
$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 facing
east. Boat dock included.
Parking right in front of front
door. 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. Ve
spacious back garden. Partially
furnished. $2,500p/m

Graham Real Estate —

Call 356-5030 or

visit our web site at

www.gra hamrealestate.com



jPhone 341-8808.

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1-BED, 1-BATH APT

Yamacraw Beach Estates, light | °

& water incl. $575/pm, first, last
plus $300 sec. Tel 364-8149
after 6pm.

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.

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
CARIB ROAD, furnished and
A/C, weekly or monthly rental,
$600 per month. Adults only.
Phone 393-9336, 9am-5pm.

Efficiency for Rent Eastern
Area San Suci furnished,
water, light, cable,sealing fan
all included, $500.00 per mth
1st/ last/security.single male
only. Serious inquires
only.4368525

EXECUTIVE HOME Delaport -
Furnished two storey beach
front house, 3-bed, 3 1/2 baths,
front and dining rooms, kitchen
with dishwasher, utility room,

closed-in garage, rain water
system: Large patio over
looking the beach. Property

enclosed. Elecmcly, telephone
ad cable ready, five minutes
from the Airport. $6,000 per

month.
Tel 362-1150 or 565-8018.

EXECUTIVE HOMES
FOR RENT
5 Bed, 4 bath, $6,000
3 bed, 3 bath, $3,500
2 bed, 2 bath, $4,000
2 bed, 2 bath, $1,500
393-0868, 393-1110, 454-1230

1-BEDROOM APT split-level,
enclosed yard, fridge, stove,
A/C & water included. $650/pm,
ist, last + sec. 324-3979.

1-BEDROOM APT, water, light
and cable included. Off
Carmichael Rd, $650 per
month. 1st, last and $400, sec.
Phone 426-3179.

FLAMINGO GARDENS~ -
Nicely kept 3-bed, 1-bath Home
with newly re-surfaced carport
and patio. © Asking __ price
$130,000 .00. Pls contact
Jasmine at 341-1508 after 6pm
or 502-8083 daytime.

2-BEDROOM APT for rent
Apple St off Wulff Rd, water
included, 2 spacious bedroom,
sec bars. Asking $500. Phone
423-8307, 364-5672.

2-BEDROOM semi_ furnished
apt w/blinds and water,
$700/pm, $600 sec dep, Ist,
and last required. 535-4228, or
558-7765.

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
per month. Incl: water.

ry | Available January 30,2007

Telephone 324-9066/423-1725

1-BEDROOM APT, full
furnished, C/air, water included.
Enclosed yard: $60 .mth.

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FOR RENT

HARBOUR MEWS -
CABLEBEACH2 Bed 2 Bat
Townhouse End Unit, located in
waterfront community with
private beach and_ pool,
fully furnished $2,600.00 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
2 beautifully and newly
designed apartments of

Carmichael Road

1 - Spacious one bedroom,
central air condition, water
included, ceiling fans, in an
enclosed yard. $660 per month;
Security $500.00

1 - spacious two bedroom,

central air condition, water
included, spacious utilities
room, ceiling fans in an

enclosed yard. $800 per month;
Security $500.00

Serious persons please call
361- 6388

For rent leasing
Centerville Mt. Royal Avenue
(now available )

1 unit apartment in centrally
located zone, 1bed 1
bath/shower apt#3 priced $150
per week (available now) water
included..kitchenette, cozy
room, living room and bath

every neat!! s

Tel: 323-2153 after 8pm or
565-1668 voice box or 465-
0021

FOR RENT

Very spacious 2 bed, 1 Ddath
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.

FARRINGTON ROAD -
Very large building with lots of
parking - Lease or Purchase.

325-7114.





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PINEWOOD GARDENS; 2-
bedroom Apartment includes
water, light, and cable.
$675/mth; sec dep $375.
Tel 361-7628 after 6pm.
Cell 454-5526/535-0627.

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.

PROFESSIONAL OFFICE
SUITE for rent near Harbour
Bay Shopping Centre. 750sq.ft.
approx. Fully secured (barred).
Fully air conditioned, Backup
generator. Excellent parking.
Available February tst, 2007.
$1, 200 per month, first, last
and sec required. Please call
394-6425.

1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY all
utiities include: $500 per month,
ist & last. Elizabeth Estate,
364-3135. 324-7692.

1-BEDROOM FOR RENT in a
Townhouse, $150, 1st, last . No
pets/kids. Water, cable.
Bahamians only. 361-0443.

ROOM FOR RENT in private
home $350 per month, first, last
and sec dep $200. Water, cable
and phone incl. Single female
Se Glendale Subd, off Soldier

Call 394-1513, or 328-4615.

ROOM FOR RENT in Private
Home, $350 per month, first,
last and sec dep of $200.
Water, cable and _ phone
included. Single female only.
Glendale Subd, off Soldier Rd.
Call 394-1513, or 328-4615.

ROOM FOR RENT in the East.
Elderly, nurse, teacher, persons
or couple. Water, light & cable.
$450 per month + $250 sec.
Call c/o 324-5504.

1-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT.
Fire Trail Road, East of Sir Milo
Butler Highway. Phone 456-
6880.

2-BEDROOM DUPLEX
unfurnished Yamacraw/Fox Hill
area. $600/pm. No pets, no
children. Tel 324-1295.

Sandyport Marina Village:
Large 2 bed 2 1/2 bath two
storey waterfront townhouse.
Furnished. Small office. Boat
dock. Large patio. Washer &
dryer. Large cedar lined walk-
in closet in master bedroom.
Long lease. Available now.
$4,800 p.m. Tel: Gavin @
Knowles Realty — 327-5237

SEABEACH ESTATES, 3 new
executive Town Homes. 2.bed,
2 1/2 bath, unfurn, $1,800/pm,

semi-furn, $2000/pm. After
6pm, 362-5767.
BEAUTICIAN AND NAIL
TECHNICIAN
needed & booths for rent. 393-
0266/393-8097.

SHOP OR OFFICE SPACE
27ftx27ft Cowpen Rd. 1st, last
& sec, $800/pm $400 sec/
downstairs. Call and ask for Mr
Eugene Rolle, 558-4864.

1-BED, 1-BATH Winton area.
Central air, $750/mth.
Tal 393-0868.

SHOP OR OFFICE SPACE
FOR RENT ON THE MAIN
CARMICHAEL ROAD
$1,200. PHONE 454-8132,0R
356-0988 EVENINGS OR
WEEKEND.

SHOP/OFFICE/APARTMENT
SPACES FOR RENT
Deadman's Cay, Long Island.
Phone 324-4685
Email:lenrad @ hotmail.com.

1 Bed Apartment, fully
furnished, water, cable
included, ceiling fan, a/c,
burgular screens. $650 p/m,
1st & last + $500 security
deposit.

Ideal for single person.
Available immediately.
Ph: 392-0786

SPACIOUS 2 bedroom, 2 bath
Apt, central location, off Village
Road, fully furnished, washer &
dryer 1500/pm. Call 557-4554,
or 393-2593.

1-BED, 1-BATH UNFURNISH-
ED APT, 1st month, last
month, $300 sec dep, $1,200 to
move in. $450 per month. Call
364-0368 between 9am-3pm.

Spacious two bedroom apt.
for rent, semi furnished,
Stapleton Gardens, $850.00
per month. Please call 394-
5145 for more information.

STAPLEDON GARDENS, 2
bed, 1 bath, unfurnished apt,
enclosed yard, water included,
$650 per month, 1st and last.
Tel 356-5143 after 6pm.

TOWNHOUSE SEA BREEZE
CANAL, spacious 2-bed, 1 1/2-
bath, fridge, stove,
washer/dryer & water,
$950/mth. Tel 393-5845.

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY Sea
Breeze, light, water, cable,
phone $450 monthly, 1st, last
& $200 sec. Phone 364-2552.

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY for
rent $550 per month includes
‘elec, water and cable in Perpall
Tract. Contact 325-6835.

TWO 1-bedroom House off
Carmichael Rd

ONE Efficiency $575 per
month, light, water & cable
included. Tel 361-4060.

KITCHEN area in a sporting
lounge for rent. This is a good
business venture. $800 per
month. Please call 328-3998.

TWO BEDROOM FURNISHED
apt, St Andrew's Beach
Estates, enclosed yard central
pa Phone 544-7383; or 457-
2082.

NEWLY BUILD APT - 2-bed, 1-
bath unfurn. Water included,
850, ist, last and $6090 sec.
Avail NOW. Call 314-3372.

UNFURNISHED - New two
bedroom, one bath Apt,
Monastery Park. Incl: Sec Bars,
A/C, ceiling fans, burglar bars,
washer and dryer $850
monthly, first, last and sec dep
of $600 requ. Phone 302-6005,
or 557-4393.

SMALL OFFICE SPACE

Claridge Road ,Tel 393-0483



UNFURNISHED two bedroom
Apt, A/C and burglar screens,
$650 a month, Paalmetto
Village, Marathon Estates.
Phone 364-3535 / 393-3315.

ONE BEDROOM APT - Faith
Ave South, dryer included with
central air. $600/pm. Call 502-
5760, 636-5585.

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

Yamacraw Close:
new, unfumished. 2 bedroom, 1
bath, water incl., a/c, ceiling
fan. $750.00 mthly, $400.00
security deposit. Married
couples preferred, no pets 364-
2873

ROOMS FOR RENT
Waiter, Light and Cable.

$125 weekday.
Tel 394-6568 Cell 535-2109.
SANDYPORT - 2 _ bedroom
Condo for rent. $2500/month.

No pets. Yearly lease required.
Phone 327-5472.

SPACIOUS 2-bed, 1-bath,
fridge & stove incl. Sandilands
Village Rd. $900. Phone 361-
7100 or 425-6558.

TWO 1-bedroom Apt in Winton,
light water and cable included,
also furnished, $675 per month.
324-6801 after 4pm.

TWO BEDROOM APT, air
condition in rooms, ceiling fans,
Silver Gates. Water included.
$700 per moth. Tel 322-5014.

TWO BEDROOM unfurnished
spacious apartment, Stapledon
Gardens, no smoking, no pets.
Call 393-5707, leave message.

UNFURNISHED APARTMENT,
1 Unit, FARM ROAD, sec bar
A/C, 1-bath. $450/mth, 1st, last
+ sec. Tel 425-6990.

VACATION RENTAL HOME
Near Disney Hanes City,

Florida.
Please call (863)852-52951

SHOP OR OFFICE SPACE
27'x27' $800/mth, 1st, last +

sec. Cowpen Road, 558-4864.

1-BED, 1-BATH, amenities
available. Tel 341-5551, 456-
4921, 427-3699.

2-BED, 1-BATH Apt for rent in
the Adelaide Village area. 454-
2344 or 359-2017.

2-BEDROOM APT, MT ROSE
AVE. $750 MONTHLY. PHONE
323-3063, 10-6PM.

BAMBOO TOWN,
EFFICIENCY, furn
$500 per month. Tel 392-4859.

BOOTHS FOR RENT in bus'
area. Must have own clientel.
Call 361-4502.

TWO 1-BEDROM APT IN THE
GROVE. CALL 356-0547

oes

THURSDAY, JANUAR

2-BEDROOM, 2-BATH semi-
furnished Apt Twynam East
near beach 1300sq ft living
space, large private yard quiet
and secure. $950 per month.
Water included. Available Feb
20th, 2007 Tel 323-6896, 9am-
5pm

Spacious 1 Bedroom Apt.
Infinity Close, Sandilands
Village. Semi-furnished,

air condition, b.bars, water

and cable included.

Phone 364-9833 or 4543752

Mr. Capron

EASTERN AREA
1 bedrm unfurnished Apt, $550.
Cable, tel, sec.
T el 324-4262.



WANTED: interested persons
must have a drivers lience and
will to learn task may very

depending on job . must be
high school graduate.serious
persons only need apply 393-
4323.

| AM LOOKING for a Lawyer to
represent justice not money.
Phone 324-8716, or c/o 322-
7622.

NEEDED GARDENER. Phone
322-2670 ask for Mrs Johnson.

PRINTING CLERK/
MESSENGER

Busy architectural office needs
Printing Clerk/Messenger.
Interest in drafting, drivers,
license and previous
experience required. Reply by
Fax 394-5981 or PO Box
N4556.

PURCHASING AGENT
required Duties to include
purchasing supplies, parts,
tools, equipment, machinery or
services. Will be responsible to
select and order merchandise
as well as store and issue
materials on job site. Must be
able to keep accurate records.
And compile inventory reports.
Experience in purchasing,
budgeting and/ or Accounting
necessary. Submit resume &
salary requirements to: The
Manager, PO Box N1254,
Nassau.

RELIABLE FRIDGE -REPAIR
MAN. TEL 362-6040.

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.

Want to earn $1,000s monthly
For just viewing a couple online
seminars each week. No fee to
participate now or in the future.
No Selling. No purchases
required in order to get paid.
This is the biggest thing to hit
the net since EBay.

t
bestcashrewards.com/affillat

esh.php?rid=1487
Call Ryan at 565-9672
for more information.







Micronet Ltd., a leading
business technology supplier
requires a Customer Service
Engineer.

eExperience in implementing
and troubleshooting LAN and
WAN solutions.
eMicrosoft Server certifications
and experience.
eExperience in the repair of
id

computers, printers an
related peripherals a plus.

eMust have your own
transportation.

Great career opportunity.

eSalary commensurate with
experience.

No telephone calls. Please

reply in writing via email or fax

(subject line: CSE) to:

The Manager

Micronet Lid.

Email: jo icronet.

Fax: (242) 328-3043

NAIL BOOTHS FOR RENT IN

PROFESSIONAL NAIL SALON

High traffic area $100 per
week. 392-4302/434-8060.

Needed Experienced
Gardener. Care for landscape
plants and gardens would be
an asset. Apply _ to:Retail
Manager Caribbean
Landscape, 377-1149.

NEEDED: A Crane Operator.
Please call: 357-3294, 326--
8420, 424-8831, or 436-0745.

NOW HIRING:

Pathecomm Paging
expert typist 80wpm/
receptionist for 24-hrs shift
work. Please call & provide
references, 393-7464.

ONE MAID needed
immediately. Write Box CR-
54054, Nassau, Bahamas.

PEARL ISLAND is looking for:
Island Cost Controller /

Stock keeper

Requirements:

Organization — skills, honesty,
computer knowledge,
knowledge of food & beverage

needs

operation, experience in
inventory & stock keeping,
experience in hospitality
industry.

Please fax resume to:

242-324-7540, or e-mail

safaritoursbahamas @ yahoo.co
m

SCHOOL BUS DRIVER
needed $250 per week. Must
have police recored, good
traffice record, 3 reference,
Public Service Drive licenice.
Call 535-1915

Greeter/Doorman

Are you an aggressive
individual. who loves’ the
outdoors, having fun and
meeting people? Would you
describe yourself as mature,
creative and reliable? Then
we'd love to meet you! We are









a_ growing retail company,
offering: Base Salary,
Bonuses, Pension Plan,

Training and lots of FUN!!!
Interested??
Then call for an interview
356-4512, 3564514, 325-0234
Or 325-0235

Te em oe

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LIVE-IN-MAID
Live in Maid needed. Phone
341-5917.

LIVE-IN-HOUSEKEEPER
NEED AGE 45 AND UP,
MUST BE GOOD WITH

CHILDREN
CALL 422-3239
FOR INTERVIEW

Join the $1 Million Dollar
Challenge
5 years. $1,000,000.
In your hands.

All for just.a few hours a week
online. No selling, purchasing
or investment required.
Biggest thing to hit the net
since EBay. Don’t Miss Out.

tinyurl.com/ymuhf or
call Ryan at 565-9672
for more info.

KEY BOARD PLAYER needed —

for Church. Tel 361-1478, or
322-3378.

LADY needed to make and sell
Valentine baskets. Must have 2
ears or more experience. Must
e honest be honest and
reliable. Call 323-3345, 10am-
6pm.

a ee
HOUSEKEEPER needed to

perform general housekeeping
and cooking references and
health certificate required
weekly work (6 days), full time
position for right person, 8am to
4:30pm. Phone 393-5014.

HOUSEKEEPER seeking a full
time housekeeper to care for an
infant and to do __ light
housework. Must be a_ born
again Christian with own
transportation to and from work.
Call 364-1644 after 6pm.

REGISTERED PHARMACIST

NEEDED.
Excellent communication skills,
honest, capacity to solve

problems, goal oriented, hard
working, leadership ability as
well as reliability.

Please send resume at:

PO Box CB-11134, or e-mail @
darnellh@ hotmail.com.

NAIL TECHNICIANS needed

For new salon. Call Karen 357- .

9464(d), 324-6814(E).

Tropical Companies are
in search of highly motivated
men and women for a number
of vacancies. If you love
working with tourist or have at
least one year experience in
retail sales, are computer
literate and have a good work
ethic send your resume, at
least two WORK references, a
copy of your police certificate
and the first four pages of your
passport to P.O. Box N9400 or

‘ax to 363-3330 or email to
tropicalcompanies @ hotmail.co
m before Feb 1 2007.

AUTO ZONE requires

1 Auto Tech

1 Auto Electrical Tech.
Salary negotiable.
Phone 328-4665.

AUTOCAD DRAFTS PERSON
REQUIRED FOR
ARCHITECTURAL FIRM.
CALL 356-4538.



—_

PMB

wach

BOGE 44, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18,



AVON -
working from pay check to pay
check, now is the time to
become an Avon
Representative, and earn 50%,
sign up today for free. 322-
1686 / 454-2940.

BAHAMIAN HOUSEKEEPER
needed, 5 days a week, ironing,
cooking and cleaning, 8am-
4pm, $170 per week. 324-9731.

BAR MAID needed for a
sporting lounge. Must have
experience and be able to bring
own clienele. Phone 328-3998.

BARBER NEEDED.
PLEASE. CAL 326-6001.

BEAUTICIAN & NAIL TECH
needed. Booths for rent.
393-8097/393-0266.

BEAUTICIAN AND NAIL
TECHNICIAN
needed & booths for rent. 393-
0266/393-8097.

BEAUTY SALON looking for
Nail. Tech & Hair Stylist. Must
also do braids including rope
twist, invisible row & other type
of braids. Please call 364-7618

Become a certified travel
agent and earn huge $$$$$
Hottest travel deals and best
income opportunity in The
Bahamas. Several ways to earn
huge income. Capitalize on the
nation’s biggest industry.
Start your new career now and
earn deep discounts on all your
travel too.
Call 565-9672 to request more
info or mailto:

rknowles @tgoltd.com

Become an
Avon Representative and earn
up to 50%. Sign up today.
Call 556-3538.

Become an Avon
Representative and earn up
40%.

Sign up today! Call 364-0306.

BOATMAN/MAINTENANCE
PERSON needed. Sivananda
Yoga Retreat, Paradise Island.

‘Tel 363-2901 ask for

Shambodas.
BUS DRIVER FOR ROUTE
16A

Must have clean police reocd,
public Service Licence, Good
traffic recored. Call 535-1915

CAR WASH - has immediate
openings for car washers. Call
425-0946, or 434-6523 for info.

CAREER OPPORTUNITY
Licensed Real Estate Agent
needed must have 5 years
sales experience with strong
people's skills a self starter and
a go getter. Independent and
persistent. Please send
resumes to:
tamikabowe @ yahoo.com, or
fax 322-6514.

CASHIERS wanted must be 25
years of age or older and with
computer skills. Contact 341-
7212 to set up interview.

CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
seeks mature Sales Agents. All
inquiries must have a reliable.
Vehicle & cell!#phoné. “Phone
323-0546, of 326-5468. 88"

i

Are you tired of CAVES

VILLAGE
DEVELOPMENT LTD. wishes
to hire a Messenger for ful time
employment, must have own
vehicle, offering $200/wk plus
gas. Contact Patrice Whyms,
327-1575.

COMPETENT DRIVER needed
A driver is needed for pick up
and delivery. Must have reliable
vehicle, current driver's license
and police record. Must also be
hardworking, a team player,
honest and independent. Tel
394-8372.

COMPRESSOR DIVERS
needed for 60ft commercial
fishing vessel, own dinghy a
plus. Tel 242-457-9254.

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:
munroevalentino @ hotmail.com
or drop it off at Onit Systems,
East Shirley St in the Jade
Plaza building. Phone 394-
HELP (4357).

COOK NEEDED
To cook Jamaican food and
Jerk. Phone 326-4720.

COOKS NEEDED. Minimum of
3 years experience to cook and
prepare Chinese food. Apply in
writing to: PO Box N1411,
Nassau.

DELIVERY / SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVE

ESTABLISHED COMPANY
SEEKS AN EXPERIENCED
INDIVIDUAL TO FILL THE
ABOVE POSITION. DUTIES
INCLUDE ORGANIZING PICK
UP AND DELIVERIES OF
EQUIPMENT. MUST HAVE A
VALID DRIVERS LICENCE

AND ABLE TO DRIVE A|TI

MANUAL SHIFT VEHICLE IN A
SAFE MANNER AND CLEAN

POLICE RECORD.
CANDIDATE MUST BE ABLE
TO PROJECT THE
PROFESSIONAL IMAGE
THAT. THE COMPANY
MAINTAINES AND ALSO BE
ABLE TO ARTICULATE
HIMSELF. EXCELLENT
SALARY+ BENEFITS
AVAILABLE.

PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO
lawnboy @ batelnet.bs

LIVE IN HOUSEKEEPER
NEEDED. Required to assist in
the running of a household with
2 small children. Person must
be extremely honest . Person
must love children and be kind
and patient. Required to clean
medium size house and take
care of children. Ability to help
children with basic math and
English homework. Ability to
drive would be advantageous.
Apply to: C6611, c/o The
Tribune, PO Box N8207,
Nassau.

HANDYMAN needed. Serious |
inqui?es! diye BHICBOBEE NS

2007



DRIVER REQUIRED

ESTABLISHED COMPANY
SEEKS AN EXPERIENCED
INDIVIDUAL TO FILL THE
ABOVE POSITION. DUTIES
INCLUDE ORGANIZING, SET
UP & PICK UP OF PATRY
RENTAL ITEMS, DRIVING A
MANUAL SHIFT TRUCK IN A
SAFE MANNER. CANDIDATE
MUST BE ABLE TO PROJECT
THE PROFESSIONAL IMAGE
THAT, THE COMPANY
MAINTAINS. WILLING TO
WORK ON WEEKENDS. AND
HOLIDAYS. IS A_- MUST.
EXCELLENT SALARY+
BENEFITS AVAILABLE.

PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO
lawnboy @ batelnet.bs

ELECTRICIAN & SEMI-SKILL
NEEDED. Must have a
minimum of 5 years
experience. Must be able to
work with minimum supervision.
Must have tools. Serious
inquiries only should. Contact
324-8038. Salary neg.

EXPERIENCED BARMAID/
WAITESS
Needed. Tel 341-8688.

EXPERIENCED COOK/BAKER
to work in a small restaurant.
Hiring Now!. Call 423-1059.

EXPERIENCED MECHANIC
with a min of 5 years exp, and
able to diagnose on one's own.
Must have tools. Also a Vibrant
young male interested in
learning the automotive trade.
Will be trained in house. Must
have a positive attitude.18-25
years. Call 328-7941

EXPERIENCED WAITRESS,
BARTENDERS & COOKS.
Apply in person at Sunrise cafe,
Arundel Street, Centreville,
8am-4pm. Tel 323-3501.

FREE ownership in
Startup Company
The best
epee on the Internet.
ere will be no charge EVER.
Just refer one person, read
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FRELANCE SECURITY
FOR HIRE.
TEL 242-454-7304.

FULL TIME MAID needed for a
household with two | adults.
Housekeeping including
laundry to work 5 1/2 da

week. Starting salary "3230
Please write: Housekeeper PO
Box 7000. References required.

GARDENER/HANDYMAN
needed for nursary. Savannah
Sound, Eleuthera. Salary $200
per week. Call 1-242-332-6351,

322-1226.

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 |

ae available. Apply in person

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THE TRIBUNE



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.

GREAT SALES CAREER
OPPORTUNITY |=GROWING
company seeks mature person
for position of Salesman/Driver
to be responsible for the sale of
ice cream novelties in mobie
van. Unlimited potential for
candidate who is self
motivated. Must be available on
weekends. Excellent — driving
skills a must, including standard
shift. Call for application at 393-
7293, or 393-8077.




LOCAL EVENT PRODUCTION
COMPANY _ seeks _ talented
artisans, carpenters, _ florists,
seamstresses, and general
labourers for part time, on call
work. For interview, please call
328-6452.

PEARL ISLAND is looking for:
Island Cost Controller /
Stock keeper

Requirements:
Organization skills, honesty,
computer knowledge,
knowledge of food & beverage
operation, experience in
inventory & stock keeping,
experience in hospitality
industry.
Please fax resume to:
242-324-7540, or e-mail
safaritoursbahamas @ yahoo.com

PERSON needed to work in a
phone booth to sell phone
cards. Piease call 328-3998.










MAID NEEDED.
CALL 327-6948.

Mature, Christian, Live in
Housekeeper needed to cake
care of family of four. Must be
honest, love children and
hardworking. Please call 393-
7546 between the hours of 9 to

LIVE IN HOUSEKEEPER
needed to care for 2 children
and do general housework.
40+, must be experienced, with
outgoing personality and lots of
life. Must be flexible.

Call 395-1494 betw'n 3-6 p.m.

BACKHOE DRIVER needed.
Ring 427-6816.












PHOTOGRAPHER

(preferably a male)
needed to work on a Cay!!
Must be neat in appearance,
good personality, sogreestS:
able to work on Saturdays and
Sundays, . Good with sales and
prompt, only serious inquiries

Tel 324-6027 after 6pm.

Royal Holiday

is now seeking
Sales Representatives
to join their multi-million dollar
Sales Team.







HAIR STYLIST with experience
and Nail Technician needed for
Salon. Tel 364-2819.




Are you goal oriented, energetic,
well groomed,
self-motivated, ambitious,

between 21-35 years of age,
love making money
and meeting people?

If this sounds like you,
your opportunity is here!

Interested persons should visit
Royal Holiday at the
Wyndham Nassau Resort

Call (242)327-5595/8









THE TRIBUNE



RISTORANTE VILLAGGIO
PIAND BAR & CAFE
seeks to employ professional
WAITER AND WAITRESS
¢ Must be well-groomed
e Fluent in the
Language
* Must have own transportation
* Must be able to work flexible
hours.
Send resume to: Human
Resources, PO Box CB 13647,
Nassau, Bahamas, or apply in
person Caves Village, West
Bay Streets.

SALES ASSICIATE
REQUIRED

THE SUCCESSFUL
CANDIDATE SHOULD HAVE 3

English

a) YEARS IN A
SUPERVISORY /
MANAGERIAL POSITION
WITH EXPERIENCE IN

RETAIL_SALES, COMPUTER
LITERATE, HONEST AND
DEPENDABLE. EXCELLENT
COMMUNICATION _ SKILLS,
ABLE TO WORK UNDER
MINIMAL SUPERVISION,
ABLE _TO MANAGE TIME TO

ACHIEVE GOALS.
COMPUTER LITERATE.
SALARY BASED ON

QUALIFICATIONS.
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY
FOR ADVANCEMENT.

PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO
lawnboy @ batelnet.bs

HANDYMAN
WANTED

* Must be at least 25 years.
“Must have electrical,
plumbing and maintenance
experience. -

*Must have current Police
Record.

*Must be a self-starter with
drive and determination. .

*Must have
transportation:

own

Please email
letter and

confidence to:
The Human Resources Dept:

el vig
YAO TAT =)

E
mailto: humanresourcesnas
sau @dutyfree.com

or Fax it to: 328-5902.

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.


















SALES ASSOCIATES
WANTED

Are you at least 25 years
old?

Are you ready to work for a
dynamic retail ay
with elg=F1 4
Can you start today?
Please email your cover
letter and résume to:
The Human Resources Dept.
at
email: humanresourcesnas
sau@dutyfree.com

or Fax it to 328-5902.



SALES REP WANTED
qualifications: High School Dip
or BGCSE in Math & Eng
Trainable with 1+ yrs work exp
& 1 + yrs sales exp. Computer
literate, with ability to multi-task.
Good org., comm. and
marketing skills. Must have own
transportation. Send resume to:
The Personnel Manager, PO
Box N9931, Nassau, Bahamas.

SALESPERSON needed to
work in a men's clothing store.
Must be reliable and
dependable, previous work
experience in a clothing store
would be a plus. Please call
328-3998.

SALESPERSON needed

Well established media
company is seeking a dynamic
Salesperson.

¢ Must have own transportation

* Must be able to work flexible
hours.

¢ Commissions structure.

¢ Medical benefits

Call 502-2352 today to start

earning the salary you desire.

SALESPERSON needed. For
visitor newspaper
Commissions on sales, great
potential! Fax 323-3428.

SECURITY GUARD
FOR HIRE
TEL 454-7304

SECURITY OFFICERS
NEEDED All Shifts available;
must go through an 8-hr
training session. Good pa
after training. Call 323-7863 for
more details.

SEEKING LIVE-IN MAID for
residence, situated at Coral
Harbour.

Contact 242-362-1485.

The Chance of a Lifetime —
FREE

Have you ever dreamed about
owning a_piece of a_ big
company? Too expensive?
How about ZERO cost ever!
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Log on to

Or Call 565-9672 for more info.

VETERINARY ASSISTANT
needed with basic groomin
Skills; apply in person at the
Animal Clinic on Wulff Road at
East. St. ne




THE FOLLOWING POSITION

ARE AVAILABLE AT
SPOTLESS CLEANERS
LIMITED:

-Office Assistant,

-Maintenance Assistant
-Inventory Control Clerk
-Washman.

Please apply in person to fill out
an application form at Spotless
Cleaners Palmdale Branch.
Please no telephone calls.

WANTED: Cleaning and
ironing lady needed. Phone
362-6040.

WANTED: Experience Cook for
school diner.
Please send resume to:
respond @exces.com.

ARE YOU MODEL MATERIAL
5’ 7” or more. Call 544-8886.

VETERINARY ASSISTANT
needed with basic grooming
skills; apply in person at Animal
Clinic on Wulff Rd at East St.

WANTED
1 COOK

2 KITCHEN HELPERS

2 NATURAL HAIR STYLIST
Mature, honest, diligent and
reliable person only.

Contact: Ms Pratt, 436-1808

WANTED
2 ESCAVATOR OPERATORS
2 D8 TRACTOR OPERATORS
WITH 10-15 YEARS

EXPERIENCE -

2 TWO REFERENCES
REQUIRED. SALARY
NEGOTIABLE.

TEL 323-7920

WANTED Bahamian nanny age
35+ years old to care for two
young boys attending school
(ages 1 1/2 an 5). Must be
available for long hours which
may include weekends as
needed, have Christian value,
be able to drive.play out doors,

cooks and read. Minor
housework involved. ‘Very
attractive compensation. Call

Denise at 394-1602.

Applicant Wanted
Graphic Artist and Computer
Technicain. Must be
experienced and matured and
have the ability to multi task.
Fax resume to 394-4973.

WANTED LABOURER - to
assist with general cleaning &
warehouse duties. Heavy lifting
involved. Reply in writing to:
The Manager, PO Box N-1254,
Nassau.

WANTED
Nanny/Maid for 9-month-old.
Must not be afraid of large
dogs. Must have experience.
361-4332 day, 364-2483 eve.
Fax resumes to 341-2226.

ARCHITECTURAL OFFICE
needs well spoken and
organized Receptionist.
Experience using Word
Processing Spread Sheet

9 | Applications essential. Must be

good dealing wt) clients. Reply
to: PO ox N4556, or
arcoparch @coralwave.com

EXPERIENCED
METAL SHEET
INSTALLERS AND ROOFING
CARPENTERS NEEDED FOR
VARIOUS TYPES OF ROOF
WORKS. MINIMUM 5 YEARS
EXPERIENCE.
CONTRACTS IN NASSAU
AND OUT ISLANDS. GOOD
RATES OF PAY FOR THE
RIGHT CANDIDATES.
CONTACT 322-8217.

WELL ESTABLISHED
WHOLESALER
requires warehouse workers.
Persons must be well groomed,
well mannered, and willing to
work. Starting salary is $10,000
increasing to $15,600 after a
three month probationary

period.

Also required are experienced
merchandisers that will be team
leaders. Persons must be well
groomed, well mannered and
willing to work. Starting salary
is $13,000 and after the three
month probationary period the
salary will increased $15,600
along with an_ incentive.
Company offers good benefits.
No phone calls please. Apply
in person at Lightbourn Trading
Co., Mackey Street, next door

to Nassau Hotels &
Restaurants.
WHOLESALE COMPANY

seeks mature male for position
of Warehouse Helper to assist

with distribution of frozen
products. Other duties to
include cleaning and

maintenance of equipment. Call
393-8077 for appointment.

YACHT CLUB AND MARINA
in the Exuma Cays looking for
female waitreSs/bartender to
work in Club house. For an
interview phone 361-2591.
Bring along resume.

YACHT CLUB AND MARINA
in the Exuma Cays looking for
female with Culinary
experience to work in
restaurant. For an_ interview,
phone 361-2591. Bring lalong
resume

A PAINT CLERK/MIXER
needed to join our team in
selling one of Nassau's leading
Paint Brands. Must be the
following: Motivated, willing to
learn, trustworthy and reliable.
Past paint mixing and selling
experience a plus. Males only
needed for this job. Please
send picture and resume to:
Human Resource Manager, PO
Box EE-17346, Nassau,
Bahamas.

Wanted, Man to do basic
yard work, maintain and clean
roads and driveways, gardens,
garbage removal in area of
rental cottages and private
homes. Salary based at $200
week, 2 week paid annual
vacation. Contact R. Malcolm,
Harbour Island, Call 333-2241

URGENTLY NEEDED
4 Pump Attendants.
Requirement: Passport,
National Insurance Card, and a
copy of a current police record,
Call 393-4106/7, 6am=1 1pm.

Live in House Keeper
Wanted: Mature Bahamian lady
with driver's license for live-in
house keeper and baby sitter.
Call 422-3396 or 424-0035

WANTED: LIVE-IN
HOUSEKEEPER to care for
two (2) toddlers, and must be
able to iron and cook well.
Please call 327-0888.

2 COOKS NEEDED.
PHONE 436-1808.

TWO YOUNG MEN needed to
work at Millers Tyre Center.
341-5525, serious inquires.
only!



DAWKINS SECURITY
DAWKINS SECURITY
PRIVATE DETECTIVE
INQUIRY AGENTS
SECURITY GUARDS
SECURITY OFFICER

CALL TODAY 242-454-7304.

15% OFF SEWING CLASSES.
Fashion Designer

More than 20 years experience.

Call today, 361-4314.

DAYS INN MAID
PLACEMENT SERVICE
Temporary, permanent, Daily/
Weeky with Special Discount
Rates until April 30th, 2007.
Call 325-6255, 2pm-7pm daily.

SATELLITE SERVICES
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22-year-old |
in hospital
following
stabbing

POLICE are investigating a
Tuesday night stabbing incident
which has left one man in seri-
ous condition.

According to police press liai-
son officer “Walter Evans, the
incident occurred shortly after
6pm.

A 22-year-old man was
reportedly in the Exuma Street
area when he got into an argu-
ment with another man who he
knew.

The second man is said to
have drawn a knife and stabbed
the 22-year-old man in the
abdomen.

The victim was taken to hos-
pital where he is listed as being
in serious condition.

According to Inspector
Evans, the police recovered a
knife at the scene, however the
suspect is still at large.

Police investigations are con-
tinuing.

Four men
face drug
possession
charge

FOUR men were granted
bail by a magistrate on Tues-
day after being arraigned on a
drug possession charge.

It is alleged that on Sunday
January 14 Jarred Quant, 23,
Henry Cooper, 24, Reonardo
Cunningham and Emanjoe
Forbes, 30, all of Turks and
Caicos along with Joseph Lewis,
21, an American, were found in
possession of 12 grams of mari-
juana which authorities believed
they intended to supply to others.

All of the men pleaded not
guilty to the charge and were
granted cash bail in the sum of
$2,000.

The case was adjourned to
June 6.

Kemp Road
man denies
possession
of drugs

A KEMP Road man has
been granted $30,000 after
pleading not guilty to marijuana
and cocaine possession charges.

It is alleged that on Sunday
January 14 while at Hatchet
Bay, Eleuthera, Rudolph Arm-
brister, 38, was found in pos-
session of a quarter pound of
marijuana and two pounds of
cocaine. Armbrister, who
appeared in before magistrate
Carolita Bethel at Court Eight,
Bank Lane on Tuesday, plead-
ed not guilty to the charges was
granted bail in the sum of
$30,000. The case
adjourned to June 20.

Castro ‘took
decision on
riskier |
surgery’

@ SPAIN
Madrid

FIDEL Castro directed his
surgeons to pursue the riskier
option of surgery rather than
performing a colostomy that
would have forced him to be
dependent on a bag for bodily
functions, according to new
details published in a Spanish
newspaper on Wednesday,
according to Associated Press.

The operation failed when a
suture burst, leaving the Cuban
leader in grave condition,
according to Spain's El Pais
newspaper. Cuban officials have
denied the account.

After removing an inflamed
piece of Castro's large intestine
in an operation last year, the
doctors connected the remain-
der directly to his rectum, rather
than attaching a colostomy bag,
E] Pais said,.

Experts say that it's possible
Castro and his surgeons went
for the riskier procedure to
spare him the indignity of being
temporarily attached to a
colostomy bag.

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DEFENCE Force chief Clif-
ford Scavella flew to Inagua
yesterday as tension continues
to grow over the brutal beating
of a local man eight weeks ago
by visiting marines.

Commodore Scavella’s visit
was described by a Defence
Force source as a “routine
check” of the base there. ~

But locals say he is in Inagua
to “dampen down” ill-feeling
following a rock attack on two
vehicles earlier this week.

The vehicles, one belonging
to the Drug Enforcement Unit,
were badly smashed up by
locals in what one source
described as “an act of rage”
over the beating of Morton Salt
worker Dexter Wilson in late
November.

Mr Wilson was attacked by a
large group of Defence Force
marines after allegedly “chat-
ting up” a woman officer in the
Supers nightclub in Mathew
Town.

He was struck repeatedly
with a rock and “left for dead”



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Scavella

with gaping wounds on the
back and front of his head.

He was later airlifted to Nas-
sau for a brain scan and X-
rays. Mr Wilson is still off work
and suffering stiffness and back
pain.

Islanders are enraged
because no-one has been
arrested for the assault on Mr
Wilson, even though it was wit-
nessed by several people.

They feel the government is





involved in a “cover up”, espe-
cially as police completed their
inquiries some weeks ago.

Resident Diverne Ingraham
said yesterday that Com-
modore Scavella was expected
to arrive in Inagua with Cabi-
net minister Alfred Gray. He
felt the plan was for them to
talk to local people in an effort
to pacify them.

Mr Ingraham said islanders
liked most Defence Force per-
sonnel who were posted at the
local base. But there were “a
couple of bad apples” who
caused trouble.

He said the Wilson incident
was the fourth in which
marines had fired guns in the
air.

Inaguans say the smashing
of the vehicles’ windscreens

was triggered by an offensive -

remark made by a DEU officer
at the Supers nightclub.

e SEE next Monday’s
INSIGHT - ‘Island Calls for
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tems.

According to the govern-
ment, the GPS training is
expected to enhance the deliv-
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service by improving data col-
lection, analytical, storage and
management capabilities.

It follows closely on the heels
of a one-week course in the
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nology hosted by the Bahamas
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Representativ es from 25
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The ArcGIS and GPS train-
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TEMPERS flared in Ridge-
land Park yesterday afternoon
with residents threatening to

_Tiot after what they claimed was
a brutal police raid on a family’s
home.

-They accused officers of
assaulting and beating one of
the occupants of the home and
threatening his life.

The angry residents said offi-

cers would be faced with a situ-
ation worse than what hap-
pened in Nassau Village or
Kemp Road last year if they
dared to return to the area.

Members of the Ridgeland
Park community told The Tri-
bune that yesterday afternoon,
police stormed into Roland
Street with a convoy of 10 to 15
vehicles and descended on par-
‘ticular house.

They claimed that without

' showing a warrant, the officers

broke open the front door of
the home with guns drawn.
They broke the kitchen table
and a bedroom door, making
large. holes in the ceiling and
walls, before arresting four men.

One witness:claimed that
after police entered the home,
they proceeded to “punch” and
“slap-up” one of the occupants
of the home. He said three oth-
er men were taken into custody.

The witness also claims to
have heard officers utter threats

to the young man telling him:
“You is a fool boy ’cause you
will be dead. We only waitin’
on. couple hours, couple hours
to get ya'll where we want to
get ya'll, and ya'll gu’ dead.”

Another resident confirmed
hearing officers threatening to
shoot the men if they did not
open the door to the house.
And, once the door was
opened, the witness also
claimed that one of the young
men inside was pummeled with
blows.

However, Chief Supt of
Police Christopher McCoy,
denied the events described by
the residents.

He stated: “Sometime today
around 12.45pm, the police, act-
ing on information, executed a
warrant on a home in the
Ridgeland Park area in refer-
ence to firearms and dangerous
drugs. As a result, three males,
known to the police — one was
wanted by the CDU - were tak-
en into custody.

“A quantity of dangerous
drugs was found on the premis-
es. These persons are now in
police custody The investiga-
tion continues."

In regard to the claims of
excessive force, Chief Supt
McCoy said that the men
“barred themselves in” there-
fore, force was required to

SEE page 14

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GOVERNMENT has failed to fulfil its
promise to the Bahamian people to continue
the consultative process on the National
Health Insurance Scheme with all stakehold-
ers, according to the National Coalition fo
Healthcare Reform.

Winston Rolle, past president of the Cham-
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government has so far neglected to commu-
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THE owner of the boat build-
ing business accused of causing
respiratory illness among local
residents in Long Island has
spoken out after claims were
made that he has failed to com-

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order issued-by government.

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assessment of to what degree it
was liable for the complaints of
respiratory illness, affecting two
residents, a woman and a child,

could be made, said Dr Bethel.

SEE page 10

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Gaming Board Inspector

LAWYERS for Horatio But-
ler, the complainant in a case
involving Gaming Board
Inspector Teron Fowler over
allegations of threats of harm,
have asked the Director of Pub-

lic Prosecutions to" review the

case.

In a letter addressed to DPP
Bernard Turner on Tuesday,
Mr Butler’s lawyer Wayne
Munroe stated: “In these cir-
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feels very aggrieved at the way
the prosecution of the matter
was conducted and hereby com-
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On Monday a magistrate dis-
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@ MEMBERS of the Ridgeland Park community claim the police damaged the home.

(Photo: Ana Bianca Marin)

Riot threat after police raid

FROM page one

remove them from the premis-
es.

Despite the police version, a
great deal of anger still exists
in the community.

Residents claim that victimi- -

sation and harassment have
become commonplace over the
last few weeks. They say they
will no longer accept this type of
treatment.

A resident of the area stated:
“This 2007 now, and we ain't
playin' with them. We tired of
them, okay. If they want to be
so mean, or on the wrong page,
we'll be on the wrong page too.
If they want put weapon on
people, we gu' start doing it
too.”

Echoing the sentiments of
other residents who had gath-
ered in the streets, the resident
went further, and stated: "If

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they kill him, they better tell
they ma' have they grave ready
too when they kill him."

Residents claim that the
alleged behaviour of the police
has even turned little children
against them.

A resident of the home that
was entered said that a com-
plaint will be made to the Com-
missioner of Police about the
incident in order to get some
compensation for the damage
to the home.

One of the residents called
for the resignation of Deputy
Prime Minister and Minister of
National Security, Cynthia
Pratt. “Mother Pratt needs to
step down from her position
because she sittin’ in that chair
and she don't know how the
police does be harassin' these
niggas in Ridgeland — plus peo-
ple who passin’ in the road —
and kickin' people door down.

People ain't into that. And she

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Some residents could be
heard muttering in the streets
that “election comin’.”

They suggested that such
heavy handed tactics by the
police, could jeopardise the gov-
erning PLP's chances of victory
in communities such as Ridge-
land.

Assistant Commissioner of
Police Reginald Ferguson was
not aware of any formal com-

plaint being forwarded to the |

police on the matter.

However, Mr Ferguson said
that in relation to the threat one
resident claims was made
towards the life of one of the
arrested men, that the police
have no need to threaten the
lives of citizens in this manner.

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QUEEN'S College has opened
a new Early Learning Centre for
its youngest students.

“The successes of the school

- have garnered support from
donors, allowing Queen’s College
to expand and develop its facili-
ties, building a veritable learning
community,” said.the school in a
statement.

The building of the new facility
represents a milestone for the

‘Bahamas Conference of the

Methodist Church and Queen’s
College that would not have been
possible without the philanthrop-

“ic support of the Queen's College

‘ Foundation and its numerous
donors.

It is through the financial sup-
port of the Queen’s College
Alumni that this building was
completed on time and on bud-

et.

“The beautiful, child-friendly
facility boasts eight classrooms
‘with a.capacity of 148 students,”

the statement said. “There is a
separate administrative building
with a staff room, kitchen, offices
and reception. In the centre of

--the u-shaped school is.a fully

“equipped playground and bicycle
track? 3).

_ “The parents and teachers have
“worked together. to make this

_& CUTTING the ribbon to
officially open the new
Queen’s College Early Learn-
ing Centre. L-R: Mrs Vir-
ginia Minnis, head of the Far-
ly Learning Centre, Sir Dur-
ward Knowles, chairman of
the Queen's College Founda-
tion, Mrs Kenris Carey, presi-
dent of the Bahamas Confer-

‘~ ‘ence of the Methodist Church,

and Miss Andrea Gibson,
principal of Queen’s College.

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school a warm, inviting learning
environment to start the chil-
dren’s’ educational careers.”

The principal of Queen’s Col-
lege, Miss Andrea Gibson, while
addressing guests at the official
opening ceremony, recognised
“that the buildings in which we
teach our children must reflect
the standards we expect of them
as students. We are sending a
strong message to our children
when we work to improve their
learning environment.”

In her speech at the opening
ceremony, Mrs Jillian Gibson,
director of development, added:
“While others have criticised the
nation’s schools, we have built a
new one. While others have cried
out about our national average,
we have supported education al
its very foundation in this Early
Learning Centre. While others
complain about children ‘these

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days’, we have placed an invest-
ment in these children — our
future leaders.”

Sir Durward Knowles, Chair-
man of the Queen's College
Foundation, spoke of the impor-
tance of supporting education,

He added that this new facility
marks the beginning of campus
development projects that the
Queen’s College community
plans to support.

He then unveiled a plaque that
lists over 100 donors that made
this new facility possible and
showed his appreciation to all
who have sacrificed for the bene-
tit of the children.

The Queen’s College Founda-
tion said it is proud to support
the work “of one of the nation’s
premier learning institutions” and
asked the community to make a
difference by investing in today’s
children.



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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

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

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

CYRIL CEDRIC "C. J."
GIBSON JR., 16

of Lewis Yard, Grand Bahama, will be
held on Saturday, January 20, 2007, at :

11:00 a.m. at The Church of God,

| Hawksbill, Grand Bahams. Officiating |

| will be Bishop Oliver Kennedy; assisted

| by Rev. Dr. Leslie Woodside. Interment :
| will follow in The Grand Bahama : |
Memorial Park, Frobisher Drive, : \

Freeport, Grand Bahama.

-Aremintha Nixon and Willard and Hilda Gibson; aunts, Valeria Hanna,

Gibson, Helen Pratt, Kathleen Higgs, Angela Major, Elizabeth Dixion,
| Pauline Cooper and Paula Steel; aunts-in-law, Euphemia Nixon,

Lulamae Newman and Dianne Gibson; uncles, Fr. Glen Nixon of St.
i Ashtina and Indi; aunts, Sandra Yordy, Barbara Holbert, Paulette

| Francis Xavier Parish Centre in Nassau, Bahamas, Atwell Newman,

} Bertruro and Gladstone Nixon and Leroy and Shawn Gibson; uncles-
: Marianne Clarke, Jane Higgs, Barbara Levarity, Janice Sweeting,

in-law, Aaron Hanna, Holton Rigby, Steven Pratt, Cardell Higgs,

Phillip Major, Jeffrey Dixion, Gary Cooper and Steve Steel; great |
grandaunts, Melvina Johnson, Valeria Tate and Mae Thomas; great :
granduncles, Willis and Richard Russell; godparents, Bernard :
i Majorie, Lateka, Tish and Tasha Newman; uncles, Wenzal, Glen,

Cartwright, Bernadette Hepburn, Harrison Cooper III and cousin;

numerous other relatives and friends including, Raymond Gibson }
: Kenneth Laing, Leland Levarity, Joe Robins, Arthur Jr., Charles,

: Basil, Anthony, Dwayne and Walter Newman, Paul Yordy, Anthony -
i Watkins, James Slater, Patrick Clarke, George Darival, Derek

and the Gibson family of Nassau, Maybell and Jason Bridgewater,
Marilyn Newman, Latika, Japheth, Yontie and Bertrianna Nixon,
| Aaron Jr., Gabriel, Aimee, Jamie, Samuel, Joshua and Orgiann Hanna,

Roselyn and Anne Russell, Cassie Cartwright and family, Gwendolyn :
: Bethel; numerous cousins, the Robins family and community of

Symonette, Aretha Albury and family, Natasha and Pearlene Sears,

Renada, Deandra, Timothy, Elkeno Rigby, Holton Rigby Jr., and :
: a host of other relatives and special friends including, Beulah and
: Neville McDonald, Annamae Brice, Bethsheba Smith, Elisha Miller

family, Jakie, Samuel and Lynette Rolle, Maxine and Kevin Moss,
Chaquita, Starline, Nakita, Nacholla, Castine and Kerie Pratt, Jermaine,

Trevor, Dino, Rhonda, Shoindria Gibson, Stafano, Vornella and i
| Leandra Gibson, Felton Collie Jr., Philip Jr., Naldo, Deangelo and :
Javez Major, Dion Allen, Gabrielle Cooper, Stephanie, Shanika and :
Shanell Steel, the Kitchen and Medical Staff at The Rand Memorial :
: and family, Annamae Saunders and family, Antionette Coakley and

Hospital, The Princess Margaret Hospital, The Kidney Centre, St.

George's High School especially the 11th grade and co-workers at

Quality Service.

Viewing will be held in the "Perpetual Suite" of Restview Memorial
Mortuary and Crematorium Limited, 11-A East Coral Road, Freeport,

2 . | Grand Bahama.

His memory will forever be cherished by his parents, Cyril and : ee
Marchel Gibson; brother, Willard Gibson; grandparents, Paul and :
? of those he left behind; his parents, Christine Patricia Scott and .
Lauramae and Sonia Nixon of Miramar, Florida; Joycelyn and Gaynor :
: Melissha Ellis and Rowena Martin; brothers-in-law, Terrell Martin
: and Develon Ellis; grandparents, Rowena Levarity and Rosalie

JAMAAL KAREEN
ROBINS, 22

of #90 Custard Apple, Freeport, Grand
Bahama, will be held on Saturday, January
20, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. at Mary Star Of The
Sea, Catholic Church, East Sunrise Highway,
Freeport, Grand Bahama. Officiating will
be Rev. Msgr. J. Ambrose MacKinnon,
S.F.M.; assisted by Deacon Nixon Lindor.
Interment will follow in The Grand Bahama
Memorial Park, Frobisher Drive, Freeport,

Jamaal is sadly missed, but will always be in the hearts and minds

Edward Robins; daughter, Jameila Robins; sisters, Janet Cartwright.

Sturrup; nephews, Ryan, Renaldo, Eric, Terriontee; nieces, Caranique,
Watkins, Sharon Slater, Thelma Newman; Bridgette Sherman,
Cyrianna Williamson, Rosemary Darival, Cynthia Newton, Barbara
Burrows, Monique Tinker, Patrice Johnson, Lisa Bethel, Sue Laing,
Denise Levarity, Laverne Connolly, Phillipa Connolly, Gia Stubbs,

Dodrick, Patrick and Brian Connolly, Gregory and Gary Stubbs,

Williamson, Don Tinker, Esley Burrows, Javon Johnson and Perry
Bimini; godparents, Lucy Fertile, Glen Smith and Edith Johnson and
and family, Marie Culmer and family, the Cartwright family, the
Miller family, Pleasant Bridgewater M.P., The Pioneers Loop family,
Sister Angela Sands and family, Anne Percentie-Russell M.P. and .
family, Willamae and Jerry Stuart, Clara Gray and family, Dr. Mills

family, Nancy and Gary Davis and family and Carbina Adderley.

: Those wishing to sign the "Book of Condolences" may do so at
: Restview Memorial Mortuary and Crematorium Limited, 11-A East
: Coral Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to
Grand Bahama on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and at the ;
church on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until service time. }

6:00 p.m. and at the church from 9:30 a.m. until service time.









350
1999 black Ford F-150 Lariat,
91k, excellent condition, leather interior, sound







Call 361-3876 or 359-3521 or 465-3060



BBF #348

4995 Toyota Windom,
price $3,500 ONO also, 2001 H-1 Van, 20,000
miles, excellent condition, price $7,500-ONO,
also 1991 Suzuki Van, price $2,000 ONO
also 1996 Hyundai H-100 truck, price $3,800
ONO Call 558-0086 or 364-1352

TRIB #246
1998 DODGE INTREPID
Gold with tan interior
$8,500.00
Excellent condition, CD.player, 20” rims,
AC, power windows and doors
Cell: 425-9076

RIB #195 :
2003 Honda Civic -
$15,000.00 O.N.O.
Purchased brand new, one owner
Excellent Running Condition. Clean Interior.
Call 357-5983.

RIB #204
2001 VOLKWAGON JETTA, SEDAN
Red with black interior
$9,500.00 ONO
Well maintained in excellent condition
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system, cold AC, 18” rims, truck bed completely
covered, locked and secured, price $9,900 ONO













1997 Maxima,
fully loaded, leather interior, sunroof, per
seats, factory star rims,
asking $6,000 ONO
Call 361-6855 or 466-6975

BBF #354

Ravs 4’s,
2 +4 dr models available,
Call 325-0881/2 for more details




SSS
RIB #238
4994 CHRYSLER GRAND CHEROKEE JEEP
Olive green with beige interior
$4,000.00 Fully loaded, AC, CD player &-
amplifier, 4 wheel drive, auto drive, press
leather, adjustable, seats, straight 6 cylinder
engine, tinted windows, chrome head lamps
Tel: 326-4316






1998 Honda Civic,

one owner, Ac, clean interior, automatic, lic &
insured, running very well, asking $6,300 ONO
Call 426-9862 or 328-0002



1999 GMC YUKON JEEP

White with tan /leather interior, leather seats, 18”

chrome rims, tinted windows,
$6,000.00

RIB #222








2002 CHEVY IMPALA
Silver with grey leather interior

: : $14,000.00
AC, power everything, runs like new. : AyD
Must see. 323-1234 cell 456-2573 or 380-0471 rms UO Biever Sn

Ask For Elvardo



RIB #212
1999 FORD CONTOUR
Green with tan interior, 4 door auto, AC power
windows, clean title
Clean title, $5,300.00 OBO
licence included,
Call 361-5935 or 425-2372

RIB #200
1996 MAZDA 626
Gold with beige/brown interior, 4 door sedan,
Automatic, AC, power windows/doors, dual air
bags, very clean in & out, runs & drive, License
& inspected up to April,
“May need little engine work.

$1,800.00 Tel 361-7171 or 434-4182

RIB 4215, RIB #225












1992 LEXUS LS 400
G ea i af ; Black with tan/leather interior, Excellent
reen ‘5 as bo ONO Interior condition. Fully loaded with sunroof,
we : Owner leaving island
Sunroof, CD player, Automatic, $4,500.00 ONO
power everythin 11 | |. Teli 3e4-o86'or 363-5007.) |

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BBF #353








1998 Ford Explorer,
leather interior, automatic, Cd player, well kept,
excellent condition, asking $10,000 ONO
Call 326-6464 or 427-5249
ask for jeff smith

TRIB #251














2004 CHRYSLER PACIFICA
TOURING MODEL WITH AWD, LEATHER,
ALLOY WHEELS, POWER, EXCELLENT
COND., ONLY 27K MILES.
$27,500 O.B.O. / CALL 422-2613



















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 #223
1998 Hyundai Elanira
$6,500.00 or nearest offer
Engine redone
Runs in excellent condition
Contact Mr. Amol: (242) 322-4270

RIB #228

1995 TOYOTA WINDOM, WHITE
$3,200.00
Tel: 328-4481
_ Cell 454-4477/ 394-9863





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TRIB #152 BEFORE

INTERNATIONAL MAKE-UP
ARTIST

For All
Occasions & Skin Care Solutions

All MARY KAY PRODUCTS
IN STOCK
Phone 465-9030

MP3 1GB player for $95.00
MP4 1GB player for $105.00
All cell phone batteries $12.00
All cell phone charges $10.00
All cell phone cases $10.00
Call 328-6935 or 427-0108

RIB #871
SKATE SHOES FOR SALE
49.95

All sizes available. Call 465-7882

RIB #178
RADIATOR AND CONDENSORS
Brand new radiators and condensors for
$179.00 from US
Need a truck or car $3,000.00 up
Tel: 326-2249 Cell: 395-5476

BBF #267
ASSORTED STUN GUNS FOR SALE ,
Call for price, 325-1177

SNORKERLING
GEARS
4 «All brand new
Adult $65.00 for sets
4 = Children $35.00
Call 364-2440
cell: 424-4493

RIB #214- 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 Family Island. welcome

SECOND STEERING
STATION.
$1,000.00 O.B.0.

CALL 422-1295
OR
364-1141,

RIB #176
ALL MOTORCYCLE HELMETS
20% OFF
(Excluding Penguin, Vigor, & Full Throttle)
OFFER AVAILABLE AT CYCLES UNLIMITED







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For the best in hair
braiding,
weaving, and bonding
at the lowest prices
Contact Candice
at 426-3162.
Make your
appointment today to
| walk in style tomorrow

Hair Braiding Done
within,
| Best Prices in_Town,
for more information
contact Glo
at 3955686 or
3943423

TRIB #229
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
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Call Now 328-6935 or 465-4633

BBF #352
MP4 player for sale,
1 free movie included, pink, black white, price
$100.00 also L6 Slvr, black, price $200.00
Call 361-4336 or 422-5601

RIB #220
WHITE COMPOSITE RAILING
LOOKS AND FEELS LIKE WOOD WITHOUT
THE UPKEEP!
TEL: 322-1103

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Solor Water Heaters
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Generator Sale.

Yamaha generators as low as $249.00! GREAT
XMAS GIFT! Be prepared for blackouts! Our
portable generators are great for jobsites. 950

Watts to’ 6600 Watts available. 393-0262

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BBF #346
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tuns 8hours on 4 gallons of fuel, light weight
and compact, $485.00

Call: 323-1932 or 426-5339





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RIB #224A

PRODUCTIVE PLAYTIME
FOR YOUR CHILDREN.
BEARCREEK $1,585.00,
WILDWOOD 2,262.00,

NORTHWOODS 3,395.00

TEL: 322-1163
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RIB #883
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
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‘FULL-TIME & PART-TIME
OFFICE RENTAL

Enjoy ALL the benefits of a
traditional office...without all
the cosis:
-Private Offices
-Conference Rooms
-Work Stations
-Computer & Printer
-Highspeed Internet
-Receptionist Service
-Telephone Numbers
-Fax &mail services
-Kitchenette
-Utilities included
-Full-time — offices
$700/p,m
-Part-time Packages start at
$350/pm

Call 394-21 96 and secure

your package today!

start at

FOR RENT:
Brand-new, fully —_ furnished
efficiency cottage off the
Eastern Road in a very secure
neighbourhood. $1,000 per
month, water and_ electricity
included. Perfect for a single
teacher or office worker
employed in East Nassau.
Please call 324-7392 and leave
a message

FORT LAUDERDALE,
FURNISHED APARTMENT, 2-
. BED, 1 1/2-BATH, SWIMMING
POOL, TENNIS COURT, GOLF
COURSE, TRANSPORTATION
TO SHOPPING MALLS,

. MUST BE 55 YEARS OR
OLDER. TEL 324-1700, OR
893-5845. FT LAUDERDALE.
TEL (954)429-3919.

FOR RENT
New 2-bed 1-bath apt.
Off Gladstone Rd.
security alarm system,

a/c, water, ceiling fans,
washer/dryer, semi-furnished (if
needed)
security deposit $500, $750/pm
422-2335(c), 302-1503(w)

FOR RENT
Newly renovated two bedroom
apartment $850. Inciudes
water, central air, semi
furnished
Serious inquiries only Ph: 544-
7110 Racquel

FURNISHED STUDIO,
Apartment, Rocky Pine and
Carmicael Road. Incl: fridge,

stove, water, elec, gas, cable,
ceiling fan $650 per month, 1st,
and last plus $500 sec needed.
Quiet individuals only please.
Avail by Monday, Jan 15.
Contact 456-2472, 436-5648.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH APT
Faith Ave North, A/C, semi-
furnished, $700 per month. No
kids. No pets,
available March 1st..

HAIR DRESSER, Nail
Technician and Barber Booths
For Rent @ $150 per week.
Church Street Plaza, Shirley
Street, Nassau, Bahamas. Tel
328-5674.

FOR

BAR & POOL HALL
LEASE $1,700 per month. Fully
furnished with all utilities except
light. 535-8524, serious
inquiries only.

341-0460 | R021

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HOUSE FOR RENT SOLDIER
ROAD (opp. sopping center) 3
bdrooms, 2. bath. Newly
renovated, unfurnished,
security bars, cable ready, 900
per month first and last and
$450 sec dep. This is a must
see. Ready for rent January
2007. Please call 324-5897,
leave a message.

HOUSE FOR RENT

3-BED, 2-BATH, semi-
fumished, Nassau East North
F/L & sec dep neg, $1500/pm.

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RENTALS
Waterfront Estate. 3 bed, 4

bath home w/ 1 bed, 1 bath
cottage. Furnished & equipped,

garage, pool, generator, | Tel 456-4170. Available Feb
optional dock space. $9,000/} 18, 07.

month. R0149

Eastern Road. 5 beds, 4.5| BEAUTICIAN BOOTH
bath hilltop home on 1.7 acres, j available for rent, in a very busy
pool, generator, garage. |location, Must have own
Furnished.$9,000/month. clienele. Phone 322-2736, or
RO181 456-4817.

Caves Point — 3 bed, 3 bath }—W_________—
fully furnished — ocean-side DUPLEX APT FOR RENT

2 bed, 1 bath Semi-furnished.

do, 24hr. ity, 3 Is, ; :
Bras Sey Se $1200. Can be furnished if

2 beaches, gym and covered
parking. $ 8,000/month. RO172



needed.
Dick’s Point. 3 bed, 3.5 bth} Phone 393-2901, 454-9113.
townhouse, dock, great sea}, TERN PICT
views, fully furnished. $6,500/ aan Beton els
month. RO197 TASTEFULLY —_ FURNISHED,
Caves Point — 3 bed, 3.5 bath, | NO CHILDREN/PETS. PHONE
ocean-front condo, fully | 394-1316.
furnished, large balcony,

FARRINGTON ROAD - Office
space, also. one bedroom
Apartment available
immediately. $500 per month,
$250 sec. 325-7114.

JEROME AVE 1-bed, 1-bath
Apt, furnished, enclosed yard
and sec , Water included. $600
per month. No children. Tel
394-3919(D), 393-0046(E)

LARGE, 2 BEDROOM,
beautifully furnished Apt, A/Cs

community pools, gym, 24 hr
security. $5,000/month. R0200
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. R0195

Orchard Terrace — 4 bed, 2
bath furnished home, 2 car
arage. . Excellent condition.
3,750/month. R0144.





















Winton. 3 bed, 3.5 — bath!& ceiling fans, quiet area in
furnished house, pool, poo!} private subd centrally located,
room, mature . | private parking, gas & water





























$4,000/month. R0191
Compass Point. 3 bed, 3.5
town house, ocean front, pool,
furnished. $4,

R0193

Sulgrave Manor. 2.bed, 2 bath
lovely furnished unit. Many
amenities. Pool and beach.
$3,500/month. RO156.
Highland Park. Townhouse 3
bed 3 bath spacious enclosed
property $3,000.00 R027.
Victoria ‘Court. Renovated
Condo 2 bed 2 bath fumished

included tele, cable & laundry
avail. Must see to appreciate!
$995/pm. Phone 393-5014.

LICKEY SPLIT SEEK PANTRY
WORKERS TO WORK IN ITS
DELICATESSAN AND_ ICE
CREAM PARLOURS.
APPLICANT MUST BE
INTELLIGENT,

TRUSTWOTHY, AND ENJOY
WORKING WITH PEOPLE.
MUST BE ABLE TO WORK
SHIFTS AND WEEKENDS.









$3,000.00 RO194 GREAT START-UP CAREER
Saunders Beach. 2 bed, 2|FOR HIGH SCHOOL
bath townhouse. gym, pool,j GRADUATES AND FLEXIBLE

HOURS __ FOR
STUDENTS FILL

APPLICATION WITH
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LICKETY SPLIT LOCATION.

LIGHTHOUSE REAL ESTATE
PARADISE ISLAND
3-bed, 2 1/2-bath, furnished
Condo. Gated plus security.
Available mid Feb. $4,000/mth.
427-8970.

COLLEGE
OUT




beach nearby, laundry room.
$2,500. RO173
a 2 a oa aes
ed, ath wi iting area.
$2,500. RO160
Vista Marina. Apt. 2 bed 2 bath
furnished $2,500.00 RO186
Highland Park — 3 bed, 3 bath
furnished on a large lot. $2,300
5













Mount Vernon — 2 bed, 2 bath
home. High ceili enclosed
atio. $1,
(0178.
Montagu Villas — 2 bed, 1 bath
townhouses.
renovated, furnished, A/C, 5



LITTLE BLAIR, 2-bed, 1-bath
Apt semi-furnished, central A/C,
enclosed wash area with
washer & dryer, fridge & stove,
ated. $1,800/month. RO150 sec screens water included,
‘oral Harbour . 2-3 bed, 2.5}$1200/pm. __ Phone 393-
bath furnished. Canal front. | 2901/454-9113.

Ti PORCH ROUT, FURNISHED 4 BED, 3 1/2

7 eFax: BATH, WINTON HEIGHTS.
Tel: 393-8630 ¢ Fax: 393-8638 $3,500 /PM. TEL 324-6755.















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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.

MILLER'S HEIGHTS, 1-
bedroom Apt incld: water, air
cond, burglar bars and

hurricance shutters. $600/pm,
sec $375. Tel 361-7628 after
6pm., Cell 454--5526, 535-
0627.

MONTAGU VILLAGE, Village
Road: One fully furnished
efficiency in gated community
with security, pool & wash
house facilities. Rent of $625
per month or $180 per week.
Includes A/C, water, electricity
and cable. Available
immediately. Call 363-8888 and
leave a message.

1 BED APT.
LOCATED NEAR BUS STOP
IN SPACIOUS SECURE
PROPERTY. LIGHT & WATER
INCLUDED, $475.00P/M.
TEL. 341-4483(W) BETWEEN
10AM & 6:30PM.

MARSHALL RD - 1-bed, 1-
bath Apt. Water — included.
$600/pm Phone 535-2532 /
326-4660. Walking distance to
beach. No kids. No pets. Quiet
neighbourhood.

LARGE ONE BEDROOM
unfurnished apartment $550
er month $200 sec dep.
omer St Fox Hill. Ph 364-
0014, 324-5658.

NEW 1 BEDROOM APT
Unfurnished. Incl: — Water,
s/bars, cable & tel ready, A/C,
$600/pm, $400 sec dep. No
kids. Serious inquiries only.
Near Prince Williams High
School. Phone 356-7221.

NEW 2-BED, 1-BATH
spacious, burglar bars, blinds,
central air condition and water
included. $850/pm, $400 sec
dep. LEEWARD EAST. Phone
Sean after 7pm. Cell 544-

NEW 2-bedroom semi-
furnished Apt, light water,
cable, fridge and _— stove

included. $900 per month, 1st,
last and sec dep $400. Phone
364-8034.

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 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
oe Ms Forbes (D)323-4512,
323-4495/6 or eve) 362-1008,
362-0809.

NAIL BOOTH FOR RENT
Person must have own cliente,
plus be able to deal with
walkins. Contact 328-7807.



















NEW GATED COMMUNITY
WITH 24 HOURS SEC, 1 MIN
FROM PRIVATE BEACH -
BEST KEPT SECRET _IN
NASSAU, $1,600 _PER
MONTH SHORT TERM
PACKAGES WITH RENTAL
CAR INCLUDED FOR
INDIVIDUALS AND GROUPS -
1 WEEK TO 1 YEAR LEASES.




CALL 364-7097, SERIOUS
CALLS ONLY.
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.

NEW RENOVATED 3-bed, 2-
bath in Ridgeland Park West,
$900/pm Ask for Tina Bethel
502-6163, day, 9328-2703,
night.

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

NEWLY BUILT 1-bedroom Apt
Sans Souci, $600/pm_ water,
A/C, alarm, fridge, stove and
washing facilities incl.
424-5372/434-4520/341-1776.

NEWLY BUILT, x-large 1 bed
Apt, fridge/stove/washer/dryer,
central A/C, c-fans, b-bars
blinds and water. Phone 424-
0432.

NICELY FURNISHED _ 1-
bedroom ‘apartment, _ light,
water, gas and cable included,
$700 per moth. Quiet area. Call
361-5116.

OFF CARMICHAEL ROAD 2-
bedroom, 1-bath, AC, fridge,
stove, washer, burglar bars.

$750/mth. 426-6072, 362-
0198, or 557-1758.
ONE UNFURNISHED 2-

bedroom apartment for rent.
Comer of 4th Street and Palm
Tree Ave, Grove, Nassau.
Phone 327-5697, or 325-5591.

ONE SINGLE ROOM APT for
rent. Asking $300/mth. Light
and water incl. Tel 392-3572
ask for Pan.

OFF SOLDIER ROAD, extra
large one bedroom apartment,
$550 per month, including
water, $300 sec dep. Phone
327-7847.

ONE BEDROOM APT for rent
(very spacious), well lit and
secure yard, water, refrig,
stove, dining room table, A/C,
ceilin fans, and cable
included. Phone available. Five
minute 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,
$575 per month, first and last
month rent and $500 sec dep to
move in. Serious inquires only.
Phone 326-7477, please call
between 9am and 9pm.

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ONE BEDROOM APT
for rent Carmichael Road, air
condition, enclosed yard, sec
bars. Water included $500/pm.
Tel 557-0869.

ONE BEDROOM APT, Sea
Breeze Lane, $550 per month,
requires first, last and sec dep.
Water incl. Call 425-0946, or
434-6523 for info.

ONE BEDROOM APT. Ideal for
single professional, fully
furnished. Water. $700 per
month. Call 364-7882, 7am to
11pm. Serious inquiries only.

ONE BEDROON _ furnished
apartment, Nassau East Bivd,
$700/m. No children/pets. A/C,
washing facilities. Water
included in rent. Also available
mid January, one bedroom
semi-furnished apartment,
$650/pm. Phone 327-5472.

ONE BEROOM APT for rent,
very spacious unfurnished, well
lit and secure yard, water, A/C,
ceiling fans and 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 $350 sec dep to
move in serious inquiries only.
Phone 326-7477, please call
between 9am and 9pm.

GOLDEN GATES #2
2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
SEMI-FURNISHED, CENTRAL
AIR, SEC BARS, ENCLOSED
$900/PM, 1ST, LAST, SEC
DEP. TEL 422-3602.

ONE BEDROOM APT, Sea
Breeze Lane, $650 per month
requires first, last and sec dep
$500. Water include. Semi-
furnished: Call 427-6471. for
more info.

PARADISE ISLAND One
bedroom apartment — with
balcony overlooking pool. Fully
furnished, A/C, washing and
drying facilities, five minutes
walk to Atlantis Hotel, Ocean
Club and Cabbage Beach.
Available immediately. Call
363-8888 and leave a

| message. $1,500 per month or

$500 per week.

PARADISE ISLAND RENTAL
Newly Renovated 1 bed/1 bath
unit, equipped with all stainless
steel appliances, including
washer and dryer and wooden
floors. Fully furnished, phone,
internet and cable ready.
Utilities not included. Monthly
Rental @ $2,000. Please call
424-4960, 393-1048.

PARADISE ISLAND - studio
condo, separate full kitchen and
bath, fully furnished
$1,100/mth, water incl,
$1,600/mth. All utilities
1-Bedroom
exceptionally well appointed
open floor plan. fuly funished
$1,250/mth. No utilities incl.
363-0373D), 427-0154(C).

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LADY EKS WEEKLY OR
DAY: WORK. CALL 455-5747

2 LADIES seek days weekly
job, Mon - Fri. Call 394-5608.

MATURE LADY looking for
days work, Monday to Sunday.
Please call 455-8835 anytime.

MATURE LADY seeking job to
take care of elderly lady or little
children.

Phone 242-341-8535.

MATURE WOMAN SEEKS
Saturday/ days work. Tel 558-
3530

CAREER ORIENTED FEMALE
seeks job in the customer
service field. te 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.



NURSING ASSIT/PCT seeks
job to care for sick and elderly.
Call Beverley, 366-6833.

PROFESSIONAL MATURE
Lady seeks job as
Secretary/Receptionist.

Pleasant & Computer literate.
Fax resume to: 356-9086.

PROFESSIONAL YOUNG
LADY seeks job as
secretary/receptionist,
pleasant, computer literate,
experienced in secretarial field.
Tel 326-1565.

RELIABLE LADY seeks
evening job, days work take
care of elderly baby siting, etc.
Please call 423-7905, or 424-
3887.

TEL 328-0977, 636-8400

*PRIVATE COUNSELING
SERVICE FOR BROKEN
RELATIONSHIPS

*MAID/HOUSEKEEPER
SERVICES

*“NEED YOUR HOUSES/APT
CLEAN

*STOP THAT CHEATING
HUSBANDMWIFE

*PRIVATE SECURITY
SERVICE

*PRIVATE INVESTIGATIONS

“NEED A_JOB FAST, AND
ONE THAT CAN LAST

*CHEUFFEUR, ESCORT
SERVIECS

“DONATE CASH CLOTHING
OR.FOOD TO THE LESS
FORTUNATE

“NEED HOUSE APARTMENT
PAINTED? CALL US.

“DEPRESS CONFUSED OR
DISCOURAGE ‘

TEL 328-0977, 636-8400



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MATURE LADY needed to do
housework & baby sitting. Tel
395-2446 or 426-9660.

ATTRACTIVE well spoken
ioung lady seeks job as
eceptionist/Filing Clerk. Tel
456-4925.

ATTRACTIVE YOUNG LADY
seeks employment as a singer
in a band or group. Call 361-
0443 and ask for McGregor.

LADY seek days work on
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays, includes cooking,
cleaning, washing,& ironing
from 10:30-5:30pm on
Saturdays, 10am-5pm. Can be
recommended by previous
employer. Call 394-8605, or
426-3958.

MIDDLE AGE LADY looking
for days week, Mon-Sat. Call
436-1089.

NEED AN EFFICIENT TILE
LAYER, CALL 454-2344, OR
359-2017.

PRACTICAL NURSE seeing
employment. Very jood

personality and work ethic.. Call
364-2693 ask for Diana.



ARE YOU SICK and the
doctors have given up on you?
Do you believe you can be
healed, both from a broken
heart and a broken body?

Yes God is able.

For spiritual help call 544-1741
ask for Mabel.



ROOM MATE TO SHARE a
House, $600/pm, 1st and last
required. All utilities. Tel 434-

0731, leave

message.

LADY WANTED TO SHARE
3-bed, 1-bath Apt (weekly)
$95.00; $450 to move in. Light,
water, gas, cable, telephone .
Phone 394-2234.

Roomate Wanted to share a
two Bedroomed Apartment in
Foxhill. 425p/m 1st and last 100
sec dep burglar bars, a/c, must
see to appreciate. Females
only & must be working. contact
3248538

TWO

393-3788

BEDROOM, fully
furnished Apt, Sea Breeze
Lane, $900 to move in.
$400/pm. Tel 364-7826, 436-
3685.

WANTS TO SHARE 2 bed, 2
bath $500/pm, $400 sec dep.
Tel 393-2185, Monique.
Serious inquiries only.

YOUNG FEMALE WANTS TO
SHARE 2 BEDROOM APT.
LIGHT, WATER, ALARM
SYSTEM, REFRIGERATOR,
STOVE AND GAS, CABLE.
FIRST AND LAST REQUIRED
$525/PM. SEC DEP $300
PHONE 392-3826(H), 396-
2122(W), 455-7596(C).




AY, JANUARY 18, 2007

.
WANTS

-SHARE A 2-BEDROOM APT
W/MALE. FEMALE
PREFERRED, FULLY FURN.
$400/PM TEL 364-7826(HM);
436-3685(CELL).



Roomate Wanted to Share a
two Bedroomed Apartment in
Foxhill. 425p/m ist and last 100
sec dep burglar bars, a/c, must
see to appreciate. Females
only & must be working. contact
3248538



LEARN TO FLY
Register NOW for Feb, 2007

Classes
Tel: 535-2480, 535-2484

LITTLE ONE’S CHRISTIAN
ACADEMY
Introduces

Spanish/ French/ Swimming.

Bus Service Available.

2-moniths - 5-years.
Tel:361-0993

SO
PATIO SALE
Clothing, household goods New
Covernant Baptist Church East
West Highway,
Saturday, January 20,
7am to 1pm.

MOVING SALE
at Bay Street Apartment:

Tan Leather living room set like
new,dining room set, dressers,
fan, 2 window a/c, chairs,
luggage, dss receivers, book
cases, new women handbags,
etc. Call on Friday and
Saturday between 8am - 11am
to view 322-6013.



BRAND NEW VIEWSAT,
PANSAT SATELLITE
RECEIVER $325
18" SATELLITE DISH $85
30" $195 WITH LNB AND
CABLE INCLUDED.
PHONE 324-5467;
CELL 636-3916.

BRAND NEW PRINTER Canon
Pixma MP160 Photo All-in-one,
Printer, Scanner, Copier
$100.00. Tel 454-0819.

LOOKING TO PURCHASE A
HOT DOG MACHING.
TEL 324-7649.

EXPAT SELLING
Microwave, like new, $65
Tel 393-1919

FOR SALE
14" SYLVANIA Combo (VHS)
TV, 8 month old, $135.00
5-pc Solid Wood Mahogany
Dining Set $475

Solid Wood Closet, 11 months
old, $475.00
Ironing Board $26.00
Computer Stand $75.00
Tel Contact 361-1857
Cell 559-8538.



FOR SALE
20” STOVE (NEW), $350.
TEL 394-1142 EXT 324.

FOR SALE
3 person sofa/ pull out bed
$300

Lazy boy style chair / recliner,
very comfortable $300

Digital video camera, perfect
condition, 2.5” LCD screen,
digital zoom, night vision etc..

Call 434-5682

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.

FOR SALE

Beautiful pearl encrusted - ivory
Wedding Gown, veil & crinoline
included). $500. E-mail for

hotos

-mail:
dewilkinson @ hotmail.com
Contact: 556-4328.

FOR SALE
Brand new Honda Bicycle $200
Wrangler Jeep (boy) battery
operated, ext conditon. $100
Tel 327-2728, 535-4232.

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.

FOR SALE
Lareg Storage tank. Fishers
glass $299

w/ Drawers (2)

2 Bedroom sets, used, maroon
and baby blue. $499 each.

Tel 364-0368(H), 356-8344(W).

FOR SALE
mp4 players for sale with a free
movie..$100.00
L6 SLIVER.......... $225.00
TEL.3614336/ 422560

FOR SALE
Single Beds complete with 6”
mattress $200
Double Bed complete with 6”
mattress $400 :
Air compressor (Husky) with
fitings $100
1 Ice Box (120, quarts, never
used $80
BBQ Grill $40
Juicer (Mr Juice) $25
Center Table $40
Systemax/Dell Computer $495
Compuer Desk $150
Cyber Power/UPS back up
ower $150
ell(All-in-one), Printer,
Copier, Scanner $180
Contact phone 326-4316.

COMPUTER SYSTEM
w/printer $500
SHOWCASE $400

Tel: 393-0715.

Fax,





FOR SALE
Wheel Chair $50
Rocking Chair $50
Tel 325-6601

FOR SALE
Whirlpool cooking Range (gas)
30" $400

China Closet and Dining set (6

chairs) $1,300

Amana Air conditioner $150
Call 393-2067

ITEM FOR SALE
Used appliance & equipment
like new.
Apt size refrigerator $175.
Household Refrigerator $250-

TEL 636-8307.

LIKE NEW
Stack Washer & Dryer $400
ono
Video $35
Person leaving Island
Tel 326-0993.

NEW - Cute KIDS TABLE
AND CHAIR $30.
PHONE 394-1148.

PAYLESS
Dell Computer
Window XP $375
Sofa Bed Queen $299
Single Mattress set $150
Family or Apt Fridge $299

complete

_—_—_— | Family or Apt Stove $299

Family elec Stove $299

13in RCA $125

25in Cable $225

27in Cable $275

Elec Tread Mill fr $399

Exercise Bike $125

Elec Wheel Chair $250

3Bar Stools $160

5pc Dining set $199

New 40 gal Water Heater $325

Stack Washer Dryer $499

Gas Dryer New $425

Elec Dryer $225

Chester 5 Drawer $125

Bureau 9 Drawer $175
Tel 362-6040

Table set for sale must sell!
Wooden like new! $200.00
also Glass table set, 4 chairs
beautiful set $350.00

Tel 436-8525

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

BOUNCING CASTLE - 2
months old. Great for home or
rental, $375. Phone 324-2278.

CELL PHONE $75
ViewSat Satellite $350
Long Range Phone $500
Satellite Phone $500

Te 340-1313.

FOR SALE
WET SUIT FOR SALE
2 PIECE MEDIUM BUILD
WETZ WET SUIT
LIKE NEW.
$70 OR MAKE OFFER.
CALL: 393.4852

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3-MTH OLD ELEC STOVE
(APT SIZE). $300. SERIOUS
INQUIRIES ONLY. 425-6990.

ANTIQUE PIANO in good
condition, $500 or nearest offer.
Tel 324-3205, or 422-1792.

APT SIZE REFRIGERATOR,
CREAM, LIKE NEW. $200.
CONTACT 456-3328(D), 341-
1544, 7PM-9PM.

BAND NEW PHONES
FOR SALE
Motorola V3 Razr, Phone with
accessories and carring case
only $275
Panasonic X70 Camera Phone

with blue tooth $175
Motorola V220 Camera Phone
155

Phone 356-3922, or 357-4753

BUNK BED with four drawers,
a desk attached and storage at
back of bed. $500.

Tel 324-0610

WANTED
WANTEO



WANTED
40'/20' Foot Containter
Contact: Montague Motors Ltd
@ 394-1377.

MINI MOKE WANTED
TEL 357-4277.

WANTED!!!
2 bedroom Apt
monthly. Fridge, stove, light
and water. Quiet
neighbourhood preferably. Call
465-7023, 394-8605.

for $600



ANY INFORMATION ON A
GREEN 1998 NISSAN ALTIMA
WITH 18 INCH RIMS.
MISSING FROM MALL AT
MARATHON PARKING LOT.
CALL POLICE STATION AT
393-7800,

CELL: #525-1962 -
FAST CASH, GOOD TO Go.

GRAND
BAHAMA
CLASSIFIED

OR SAI
SG ks

FOR SALE
12 Quedn bedroom set
1 Entertainment Set
1 China Closet
2 Armoirs
1 3-pc beige leather set
Call 373-7476, 646-3774, 361-
0206.







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TEL: 394-2

ROYAL Bahamas
Defence Force officers cap-
tured 147 Haitian immi-
grants early yesterday
morning in the central
Bahamas.

While on routine patrol
HMBS P-43, under com-
mand of Petty Officer BL
Thompson, intercepted a
30-foot sloop just off Wad- '
erick Wells Cay in the Exu-
ma chain.

A search of the vessel
uncovered the suspected
illegal immigrants, 33 of
whom were women.

The Haitian nationals
were taken on board the
Defence Force craft and
brought to the capital.
HMBS P-42 was dispatched
to assist in the transport.

This makes a total of 415
Haitian immigrants appre-
hended already this year in
Bahamian waters by the
Defence Force.



Christian Council chair: |
_ NHI opponents are
‘spiritually immature’

@ By KRYSTEL ROLLE

Those in leadership positions
in the country who oppose the
National Health Insurance Plan
are “spiritually immature”
according to Rev Dr William
Thompson.

The president of the
Bahamas Christian Council
made this charge yesterday dur-
ing the annual church service
for parliamentarians.

Lending his voice to the
debate on the feasibility of the
initiative, he thanked the gov-
ernment on behalf of the people
for unanimously voting to pass
the National Health Insurance
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TEL: 394-0491



“Tt’s a most welcome piece of
legislation at this time is our his-
tory,” he said.

The implementation of the
plan will take some of the strain
off church leaders and allow
them to do more for the people,
he said.

Previously, the church had to
“almost single-handedly sup-
port persons in society who did
not have the finances for special
health care,” Dr Thompson
explained.

After listening to the spirit-
ed debates on a piece of legis-
lation which he believes will

“impact many lives, Dr Thomp-
son said that what struck him
was how many persons were

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and social equality, while
remaining cold and unrespon-
sive to the calls for care and
love for all people.
The service was attended by
government members of par-
liament, members of the oppo-
sition, senators and candidates.
The annual church services is
attended by persons in leader-
ship positions and aims to
remind them of their roles.
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and appreciating the concepts
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Bush Iraq plan perpetuates failed policy

ALBANY, N.Y. — President George Bush
has ordered an additional 21,500 ground troops
to Iraq where sectarian violence among Shiites
and Sunnis has been spinning out of control.

Because the United States has failed to con-
‘vince nations in the region to join the. dwin-
dling coalition and contribute fresh troops, this
“surge” of American troops will prove to be
the operational equivalent of rearranging the
change on the dresser.

However, two features of what the White
House calls “the new way forward in Iraq” are
downright dangerous. The first relates to a
treacherous Baghdad neighbourhood; the sec-
ond to troublesome neighbours.

Iraqi and American forces now have a “green
light” to enter Baghdad neighbourhoods and
conduct. operations to disarm and neutralize
militia fighters and insurgents.

President Bush and Iraqi Prime Minister
Nouri al-Maliki both have announced their
intention to forcibly disarm Muqtada al-Sadr’s
Mahdi militia in Sadr City. Such an operation

could well be more costly than the 2004 battle
for Fallujah where 95 Americans were killed
and 500 wounded battling an estimated 5,000
insurgents.

The attack left much of Fallujah, a city of
250,000, in ruins. Sadr City, a dense slum in
northeastern Baghdad, is home to 2 million
people and an estimated 10,000 Mahdi militia-
men. If U.S. forces attack Sadr City, casualties
will be unacceptably high: perhaps 200 to 300
Americans killed and a thousand wounded in
ferocious fighting that will be block-to-block
and house-to-house. Administration officials
are quick to point out that Iraqi troops will take
the lead in operations conducted in Baghdad,
something that raises questions about White
House judgment. Urban combat requires‘high-
ly trained and disciplined troops, neither of
which describes most Iraqi units.

If the Mahdi army defeats untested and unre-
liable Iraqi troops, it would be a devastating
setback for-al-Maliki’s government. An alter-
native to a series of frontal assaults might be to
isolate Baghdad’s most troublesome neigh-
bourhoods. At a later date, the al-Maliki gov-
ernment might be better positioned to enter
into talks with powerful militia and insurgent
leaders and come to agreements on demilita-
rization and power sharing — something akin to
the Good Friday Agreement in Northern Ire-
land. Regrettably, such an approach does not
appear to be in the offing.

Trouble looms too beyond the bloody streets
of Baghdad. The Bush administration is unable
or unwilling to recognize the painful truth that
the strategic winner in the Iraq war is Iran.
Direct talks with Iran — and Syria — could
help defuse regional tensions.

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has ordered a second carrier strike group and
Patriot air defence units to the region. Air
strikes on these countries, under the rubric of
interdiction (to stop the flow of arms and assis-
tance to Iraqi militias) or pre-emption (to
destroy Iranian nuclear facilities) would be a
major escalation in the conflict, and might have
catastrophic consequences.

Bombing Iran would further radicalize that
country, inflame Shia Muslims worldwide, and
set off a chain of events that might end with
Islamic fundamentalists seizing power in
nuclear-armed Pakistan. Yet President Bush
appears undeterred.

Responsible leaders with cool heads will warn
Mr. Bush not to attack Iran and Syria. A num-
ber of congressional leaders from both parties
have already done so.

These policy decisions — the surge of forces
to Iraq, plans to attack Sadr City, strikes on
Iran and Syria — reflect the shoddy, short-sight-
ed and pathetic strategic decision-making that
has come to characterize not just the war in
Iraq, but also the war in Afghanistan and the
war against al-Qaida.

The Bush administration suffers from what
can only be described as strategic glaucoma —
a gradual and steady loss of strategic vision.
Transfixed by an Iraq that continues to descend
into chaos, horrified by the spectre of defeat
and the humiliation of an American withdraw-
al, desperate to find a way out but unwilling to
talk to Iran and Syria, the President and his
weary team are unable to recognize that any
solution to stem the violence that rocks Iraq
lies, at least in part, beyond its borders, and
that diplomacy ought to be a big part of any pro-
posed course of action.

The President could have announced a series
of dramatic and concrete diplomatic initiatives
that would serve to shape the strategic condi-
tions in the region and increase our chances
for success in Iraq.

Regrettably, the President made no such
overtures. He instead dispatched Secretary of
State Rice abroad to sell foreign leaders on a
plan on which they were barely even consulted.
Diplomacy — Bush style.

President Bush has rejected diplomacy and a
fresh approach in Iraq in favour of confronta-
tion, escalation and risky military operations.
This is a story that will not end well. Should
this plan go forward unchecked, American secu-
rity interests and prestige, the prospects for
peace in the region, the Iraqi people, and Amer-
ican soldiers and Marines will all suffer because
of it.

(This article was written by Thomas J.

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“I DO not understand how
you can charge someone in the
United States for a crime he
committed in The Bahamas,”
Mr Ferguson said.

“The people who get charged
in the United States are charged
under American law for break-
ing American law. You can’t be
charged in America for break-
ing the Bahamian law; you’re
charged in American for break-
ing American law.”

Mr Ferguson said Bahamian
police always take action if they
have evidence.

“Tf the evidence isn’t there,
we can’t just arbitrarily pick up
people and put them before the
courts,” the assistant commis-
sioner said. “Wherever evidence
exists we would take the appro-
priate action.”

His comments followed those
of Deputy Prime Minister and
Minister of National Security
Cynthia Pratt, who said if the
men committed an offence in
The Bahamas then they should
have been charged here.

We have a problem in the
country with the work permit
system. The only two groups
who are getting any benefits are
the companies and the Govern-
ment. The company gets a
worker without putting in the
requirements. Government gets
the work permit fees.

Work permits are given out
to allow a company to run its
business: but there are require-
ments, training a Bahamian is
one of them. It is not for “long
term” employment. This is not
happening. The Notice of
Vacancy Form needs to be
revised, put in place and Labour
Department is to do the
required checks.

There is no Notice of Vacan-
cy Form and no advertisements
put out. How is one to find out
if there is a vacancy in a com-
pany? Companies just apply
and get the work permits. Once
they get the person on the job,
some require the Bahamians in
the company to train foreign
worker in the function. This is
wrong. The foreign worker is
here to train the Bahamian. If
the Bahamian is not willing to
train the foreign worker. he is
informed that he can resign.

Why are companies not inter-
ested in having a Bahamian
trained to replace the foreign
worker? Is it with the hope.that
the foreign worker will get res-
idency or leave before they
have to pay them? If the for-
eign worker trains a Bahamian
for the position, his job is now



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made redundant. He would be ©

entitled to redundancy pay —
four weeks for each year of ser-
vice and four weeks in lieu of
notice.

Bahamas Work Permit: For-
eigners wanting to work or
trade in the islands must obtain

a work permit from the Immi-:

gration Department. In the case
of an employee, the employer
makes the application and must
show that there is no suitable
Bahamian candidate for the
position. This includes adver-
tising in newspapers; employ-
ers are also expected to have
training programmes for
Bahamians in the skills they are
likely to need. Work permits
are usually issued for one year,
renewable, although for senior
executives it can be three years.

We have too many persons
who have been in this country
for more that three years on
work permits. We need to
revise our work permit system:
Here are some examples from
the following countries:

Bermuda work permits for
employment of all non-citizen:
there will be a maximum length
of six years for work permits,
with no renewals after that and
no automatic renewals.

Turks and Caicos Work Per-
mits: The majority of work per-
mits are issued on a year to year
basis however it is possible to
obtain permits for three years.

Cayman Island: work permits
for up to three years, seven
years is the maximum length of

time a work permit holder can:

work continuously in the Cay-
man Islands. After this period
the board cannot normally
grant the person any further
work permits until he or she has
left the islands for at least two
years.

The following suggestions are
offered to help solve this prob-
lem in the future:

1) Notice of Vacancy Labour
Form to be revised and Labour
Department to do checks on
requirements.

2) No new permits to be
granted without an attached
Bahamian who is to be trained.

3) No new work permits to
be granted longer than three
years and no automatic
renewals.

4) Every current work per-
mit greater than three years to
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of the training. If no Bahami-,
an is being trained, no renewal;
of the work permit 3
We need to get serious with,
this and put an end to persons,
who are employed in compa-;
nies on “long term” work per-
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— at least for The Tribune +,‘
the rules recommended here are.
being followed by the Immigra-:
tion and Labour Departments:
in Nassau. a4

(However, we do know that’
special consideration is given to,
foreign businesses to employ:
persons as “owners representa-*
tives” in key executive positions. |
We believe that this considerg- ,
tion should be extended to.
Bahamians in businesses ins’
which vital staff in key execu-'
tive positions are not available in!
the Bahamas. — Ed). N

PM should be exalted with :
unexpected compliment

EDITOR, The Tribune. vy
THE Prime Minister should | :
be exalted with the unexpected. '
compliment from the President ,
of The Bahamas Chamber of :, :
Commerce, Tanya Wright- -’
simply Ms Wright did not think ;
seemingly before she opened |, ,
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cerning Anchor Projects. =e
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recruiting workers for their pro-
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Bahama where everyone is sayz»,
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that there is high 16-20 per cent,»
unemployment. Obviously :

those must be all persons who *s
wish to work in a three- piece ,*
suit and not dirty their hands. om
All International agencies *,°
accept thatasevenpercent
unemployment level is ‘full- .*
employment’. 3
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ernment does not understand *;
what they have achieved since {Â¥
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built I predict The Bahamas *y
will have full employment *.
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Martinique airport |
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FRANCE officially changed
the name of the airport on the :
French Caribbean island of Mar- :

tinique to honor poet and elder :
statesman Aime Cesaire on Tues- |
day, according to Associated Press.

Interior Minister and presiden-
tial hopeful Nicolas Sarkozy led a
push to rechristen Fort- de-Erance- !

Lamentin airport as Martinique- :
Aime Cesaire airport to recog- :
nize Cesaire, a key figure in the :
fight for French West Indian :

rights.

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in the lower house of France's :

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Bradley Roberts
‘will not run in
seneral election’

m@ By PAULG
TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter

BRADLEY Roberts, MP
for Bain and Grants Town,
will not be offering himself for
the next general election,
making way for Senator Dr B
J Nottage to run in his place,
The Tribune has learned.

Mr Roberts, Minister of
Works and Utilities, vehe-
mently denied this, however,
claiming that when a decision
was made on his political
future, Prime Minister Perry
Christie would make an
announcement to that effect.

Mr Roberts said: “My trust-
ed people have an idea of my
plans,” but would not elabo-
rate any further.

The Bain and Grants Town
“alternative”, Senator Rev C
B Moss, has continued his
campaign in the area. How-
ever, it was alleged that his

‘efforts would prove fruitless

as he was not expected to get
the nomination from the gov-
erning PLP party.

Informed sources, with in-
depth knowledge of the par-
ty’s workings state that the
PLP is looking for a con-
stituency that would be recep-
tive to Dr Nottage, and with
Minister Roberts not vying for
a second term, Bain and
Grants Town is seen as the
most viable option.

However, it is understood
that Rev Moss, who has for
the past two and a half years
waited for the party’s nod for

the constituency, will not take

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what he sees as a “betrayal”
lightly.

Posts within a “religious
tourism wing” of the Ministry
of Tourism have reportedly
been offered, and declined by
Rev Moss who seems
adamant on the MP posting.

On Tuesday, Rev Moss
issued a press release denying
allegations that he had bro-
kered a deal with the Prime
Minister to make way for Dr
Nottage.

Rev Moss said: “There is no
need for me to agree to a new
deal when the old deal is still

in effect. Because a contract is

delayed does not mean it is
cancelled.”
Rev Moss was referring to a

bargain between himself and}

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Mr Roberts in 2002 when Mr
Roberts agreed to “step
down” after a “half term stay”
in office.

At a thanksgiving service
for Rev Moss in August, 2002,
Mr Roberts told those attend-
ing: “As my days wind down
as representative for the Bain
and Grants Town constituen-
cies, it is my hope that the
people will welcome Rev CB
Moss as my recommendation
to replace me.”

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m@ By KRYSTEL ROLLE

PARLIAMENTARIANS
were warned against “ugly, gut-
ter style campaigning” yester-
day during their annual parlia-
mentarian church service.

During his sermon, president
of the Bahamas Christian Coun-
cil Dr William Thompson,
pleaded with parliamentarians
to lay the issues before the peo-
ple instead of trying to diminish
the character of their opponents
in order to win votes.

“As we head into the months
of campaigning, remember who
we are — we are one nation. If
we destroy it in our campaign
trail we will have nothing to
govern,” he warned. “So let us
be very careful. Let us be care-
ful of those around us.”

Rev Thompson noted that a
new energy and vigour can be
felt in Bahamian communities
because of the upcoming elec-
tion.

Adding that things can some-
times turn ugly during election
time, he said, “All those who
will offer themselves as candi-
dates should refrain from ugly
gutter style campaigning. That
style of campaigning will accom-
plish nothing more than the fur-
ther erosion of our society.”

“The truth is, we cannot dis-
miss the fact that we are living
in a society that is bordering on
the edge of lawlessness. There-
fore, it is of the utmost impor-
tance that all who will seek to
lead this country will be careful

not participate in a campaign |

that will promote destructive
excitement among the people.”

In light of the fast approach-
ing general elections, Rev
Thompson, who is the pastor of
Faith United Baptist Church,
took a moment to speak specif-
ically to those running for office.

“You can not diminish the
dignity of your office on the
campaign trail and then expect
to pick it up in the House of
Assembly. What people see on
the campaign trail is what they
will see in the House of Assem-

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g

ing the election time,” he plead-
ed. “Let the country live so that
we can all benefit from it lat-

He also warned parliamen-
tarians to council and advise

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_ ANTHONY Moss, Rev Dr CB Moss, Oswald Ingraham and Sharon Wilson yesterday at the

_ parliamentarian service

Some politicians ‘not
-taking job seriously’

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IMPROVED communica-
, tions have led to some parlia-
, mentarians not taking their job
| seriously enough, according to
' Christian Council president Dr
» William Thompson.
Yt “Itis believed that the advent
* of a parliamentary channel has
* served to create a culture of
& :
wScreen play actors,” he said.
Many are playing to the cam-
; fa rather than preparing them-
“selves to debate on behalf of
the people.”
‘s" Dr Thompson recalled a con-
‘versation he had with a local
‘teacher.
*, During their exchange, he
Said, the teacher told him that
* the Parliamentary Channel was
no longer allowed in his school
as a resource for classes because
of the behavior and actions of
some parliamentarians.
“:'-This,-Dr Thompson said, is
_..sad commentary”.
. “It is expected that debate



sometimes become heated and
‘escalates, but it should never
\. “sink to the level of personal
character assassination and hon-

»ourable men and:women show-::

ving disrespect for authority,” he
*said.

» Speaking to all parliamentar-
*ians, Rev Thompson reminded
“them of their “calling”.

)) “Those who are called to
“serve, those who hold high
‘office, the government of the
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remember the immi-
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members of the government
took while campaigning in the
last election? Does anyone
remember how they claimed
that foreigners were being put
ahead of Bahamians?

Does anyone remember
how they said that the
Bahamianisation policy had
been abandoned? If that is
what they felt then, what do
they feel about what is hap-

_ pening now?

It seems that foreigners are

having a field day in this coun-

try under this present admin- |

istration.

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see the hundreds of foreign-
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Latin America. How does one
explain this many foreign
workers in Bimini doing work
that Bahamians can do?

How does the government
justify issuing that many work
permits to foreign construc-
tion workers, if in fact they
have work permits? Is this
what was meant by “putting
Bahamians first”?

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immigration policy

send their money home. By
my estimation, they earn at
least $7,000 to $10,000 annu-
ally. That means that their
annual wage bill collectively is
somewhere between $1.4 mil-
lion and $2 million. Of that
amount less than 20 per cent
likely stays in this country,
especially since they do not
pay for their room and board
or meals.

Over a five-year period, this
would mean as much as $9
million flowed out of this
country. One wonders what
that amount of money could
have done for the island of
Bimini or The Bahamas had
it stayed in this country.

Given an economic multi-
plier of four, this might have
translated into about $45 mil-
lion. That amount of money
could have done a world of
good for Bimini and The
Bahamas just as I am certain it
is doing a world of good for
Mexico and the Dominican
Republic. No doubt those
countries are saying often,
“muchos gracias, Bahamas”.

IMMIGRATION POLICY
ABSURDITY

hat is happening in

Bimini should not
be surprising, however. We are
living an immigration absur-
dity.

Our national tertiary insti-
tution, the College of The
Bahamas, is being led into uni-
versity status by a non-
Bahamian, appointed by a col-
lege council chairman who
prides himself in being an
ardent supporter of a govern-
ment termed by its leader,
Prime Minister Perry Christie,
as a “Black Nationalist Gov-
ernment”.

Our principal port of
entry, named after the father
of the nation and the symbol
of Bahamian pride, is now
being managed by a foreign
management firm. That for-
eign firm, and not ourselves,
was felt by this “Bkack
Nationalist Government” as
being the only ones capable
of modernising and effec-

Met

tively running the airport
named after our first prime
minister.

Ironic indeed. We can run
the country but not our air-
port. Perhaps we feel that run-
ning the country is a less
demanding job than running
an airport.

Downtown Bay Street,
owned and operated by most-
ly Bahamian business people,
must be redesigned and rede-



I despise the
fact that we are
not making the
kind of progress
necessary to
reduce further
our dependency
on foreign talent.
The reality is that
doing so waits on
a more awakened
generation of
leadership.



veloped by foreigners.

We cannot redesign and
redevelop that principal street
in our nation. We must have
the more intelligent foreign-
ers to do so for us.

hese are only a few

of the absurdities that
we continue to experience in
our nation when it comes to
foreign workers and talent. I
do not blame the foreigners
and I do not despise the use
of their talent in our nation. I
believe that they will continue
to be welcome elements in
our national development pic-
ture.

What I do despise is the
hypocrisy of those who, while
in opposition, made this an
issue and now that they have
the power have made the situ-
ation they once complained
about worse.

I also despise the fact that

t

we are not making the kind of
progress necessary to reduce
further our dependency on
foreign talent. The reality is
that doing so waits on a more
awakened generation of lead-
ership.

WE ARE A NATION OF
UNRESOLVED ISSUES

ur memories are
short. Besides this,
we have so much going on it is
often hard to keep up. There

remain, however, many unre-_

solved issues in our nation and
one wonders if we will care
about their EVER being
resolved.

Was there a conclusion to
the Korean boats matter? Did
we ever come to a conclusion
about where the thousands of
US dollar bills stolen from
Minister Vincent Peet’s closet
came. from? Is Anna Nicole’s
residency permit legitimate or
not? What did happen in the
prison escape that left one offi-
cer and a prisoner dead? Did-
n't the PM say that the report
should and could be made
public?

How much money did Hara-

jchi give the PLP? Didn’t PM

Christie promise a report? |
could go on but the point is
made, we have unresolved
issues.

Some people might point to
past administrations and say
that they had unresolved issues
in their times as well. True!

But then my point is further
made - we are a nation of
unresolved issues. What does
that lead to? It leads to

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However, contrary to com-
plaints yesterday that the busi-
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the order, but shortly after the
New Year, restarted operations,
Mr Francis Darville stated that
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Crucially, he said, it includes
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health inspector, Anthony
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business was in fact operating
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Mr Darville explained that he
did receive a letter in December
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but it detailed certain violations
that his business was allegedly
guilty which he said he — and,
he claims, Mr Ryan, in his
assessment weeks before — dis-
agreed with.

Among other requests, the
letter said Mr Darville needed
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Since that time, Mr Darville

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tioning because the business is
his and his family's sole source
of income — and he has been
made no offer of compensation.

"I'm sure if what I do affects
anybody there would have been
some report somewhere," he
said, adding, "is anybody in
Abaco being effected by it, is
anyone in Freeport? Spanish
wells, Eleuthera, Andros, right
in Nassau, Exuma? I'm not the
only boat building place in close
proximity to residences."

He claims that he attends the
International Boat Exhibition
and Conference in Florida
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of any health risks associated
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According to Mr Darville,
until he sees proof that his busi-
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He added that he thought his
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against Mr Butler was dismissed
on January 15, 2007 despite the
fact that the complainant,
although ready and willing, was
never called by the prosecution
as a witness. He was never
informed verbally or summoned
to appear as a witness in the
matter, nor was he informed of
any hearing to be held on Janu-
ary 15, 2007,” the letter stated.
Fowler was charged with mak-
ing threats of harm on August
29, 2006.
Attorney Munroe told The
Tribune yesterday that prior to ©
dismissal of the case, the matter
had been set for trial and last
heard on November 14, 2006.
On that date, he said, the defen-
dant failed to show in court and
a warrant was issued for his
arrest by the magistrate. On
November 15 the defendant
appeared in court with his
lawyer Keod Smith and the
warrant was cancelled. The mat-
ter was adjourned for the next
hearing on February 20, 2007.
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strange that the case had been
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matter to be heard in court
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was very strange that Fowler
was arraigned, appeared only
once, and then the matter was
dismissed.

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FREEPORT - The Registrar
General’s Office will be relo-
cating from its cramped offices
in the Regent Centre Complex
to much larger business space
by the second quarter ‘of 2007.

Attorney General Allyson
Maynard-Gibson toured the
new office facility, which takes
up about 4.000 square feet on
the third floor of the Canada
Life Building on Poinctana Dri-
ve.

Accompanying Mrs Gibson
on the tour was Freeport Reg-

Registrar General's Depart-
ment in Freeport.

Mrs Gibson said that the cur-
rent facility at Regent Centre
is much too small to meet the
demand in Freeport.

She noted that Freeport is
growing rapidly and that along
with the need for the depart-
ment to increase efficiency with-
in to the increase efficiency,
there exists a need for more
spacious accommodations.

“I visited the registrar gener-
al’s office and it is a far too
small a space to cope with the
demand on the nation’s second
city and to effectively provide
services needed,” she said.

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since the Coalition met with
any government representa-
tives. He said the last meeting
with Health Minister Dr
Bernard Nottage was so long
ago that he cannot even recall
the date of the meeting.

“Tt’s been much too:long,”
he said.

In an interview with The
Tribune earlier this week, Mr
Rolle said that the Coalition
was supposed to receive addi-
tional documentation pertain-
ing to NHI by December 1,
but has yet to see a single file.

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tion consequently is very dis-
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important matter.

“They have not fulfilled
(their promises) by a long
shot,” he said.

The Coalition is now read-
justing its project and modify-
ing its approach.

The group is expected to
release a press statement on
their future plans by the end
of the week.

Representing a cross-section
of members of the country’s
business organisations, labour
unions and professional med-
ical groups, the Coalition in
principle supports a national

healthcare. plan for all
Bahamians.
The group, however,

believes that insufficient infor-
mation has been provided to
the public about the NHI plan.

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The Coalition said it was
also “very concerned” about
the findings of the Interna-
tional Labour Organisation
(ILO) which projected that
contribution rates to the NHI
scheme would have to become
“significantly higher” than the
initial 5.3 per cent.

As the Coalition still awaits
further information and docu-
ments on NHI from the gov-
ernment, the group continues
to meet and consult among.
themselves.

Mr Rolle said that members,
such as the Bahamas Hotel
Association, continue to have
discussions on a regular basis.

“We have a very active
group working together either
by e-mail or regular meet-
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OLYMPIC gold medalist

Tonique Williams-Darling
presented the final 2006

‘TWD Awards in Memory of

Keith Carey to two organisa-
tions committed to helping
troubled men build a better
future — Teen Challenge
Bahamas and the Simpson
Penn Boys’ School.

The final awards brought
to four the number of organ-
isations aided by the track
star.

“T have always wanted to
give back to the community
in a tangible way and the
tragedy of Keith Carey’s
death brought into focus the
need to do something now,”
said Williams-Darling.

The award represents a
portion of her wins from all
meets in which she runs the
400-metres faster than 51 sec-
onds.

It was created to honour
the memory of Keith Carey,
her first coach and long-time
supporter. Carey was killed
in broad daylight as he
attempted to make a bank
deposit at a busy location in
2006.

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ness and civic leaders

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Fears for
endangered
gorillas

A SILVER Back mountain gorilla
called Chimanuka, 17, looks through
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Nature Park near the town of Bukavu ,
Democratic Republic of Congo in this
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The U.S. squad (Dick Freeman,
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vide the guidance you need. Expect
big news by Thursday.

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This week will be hectic and you
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you can sneak out early one day.

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set to arise on Tuesday, Virgo. ,
You'll be full of energy for most of .
the week, so you’ll be able to tackle. -
the problem effortlessly.

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Money has been burning a hole in
your pocket, and you’re ready to
spend, Libra. Better keep that cash in
check a little while longer because
you’ll soon need it.

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in fulfilling goals you’ve set for .
yourself, Scorpio. You have motiva-
tion, power and resources on your
side to get the job done right.

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You’ll be faced with delicate top-
ics this week, Sagittarius. Don’t »
tiptoe around the issues. Get to
the heart of the situation, and be:
honest about your feelings.

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complaints about abuse of an
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seen the program, according
to Associated Press.

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ing the conduct of some of
the show's participants.

Bollywood star Shilpa Shet-
ty, 31, has been repeatedly
reduced to tears during
"Celebrity Big Brother" by
fellow contestant Jade
Goody, who has called the
actress' cooking untrustwor-
thy, mocked her accent and
complained about her
"screeching."

"I understand that in the
U.K. there have already been
10,000 complaints from view-
ers about these remarks,

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India, where he was visiting.

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as a country of fairness and
tolerance. Anything detract-
ing from this, I condemn,"
Brown said:

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the favorite to win the com-
petition. Bookmaker William
Hill quoted odds of 6-4 that
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As the controversy grew,
so did the program's ratings.
It pulled 4.5 million viewers
on Tuesday, up from 3.5 mil-
lion on Monday.

There is a precedent for the
most abused resident of the
Big Brother house to emerge
as the winner. Goody was
lampooned and vilified for
her weight and her lack of
education before triumphing
in 2002, and at one point
demonstrators carrying "kill
the pig" placards surrounded
the house.

She went on to make mil-
lions and become a celebrity
in her own right, complete

with her own brand of per-.

fume and an exercise video.
A surge in complaints
Tuesday followed a program
in which another contestant,
former member of the band S
Club 7 Jo O'Meara, said Indi-
ans were thin because they
undercooked their food.
Keith Vaz, a member of the
House of Commons of Indian
origin, asked Blair whether
broadcasters should take care
not to transmit such material.
"I have not seen the par-

ticular program in question
and cannot comment on it,"
Blair said.

‘However, he added, "We
should oppose racism in all
its forms."

. The Indian government has
raised concerns about the
program.

Britain's Foreign Office
said it had not received any
communication from Indian
lawmakers,. but said the
British High Commission in
New Delhi had fielded thou-
sands of calls on the issue.

Blair's official spokesman
acknowledged that. any
impression Britain tolerated
racism could be damaging to
the country, but said the

adverse reaction to the pro-

gram had shown the opposite
to be true.

"The message should go
out loud and clear that we are
a tolerant country," Blair's
spokesman said.

He said Blair had no plans
to watch recordings of the
programs to review the con-
tent.

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FANS of Bollywood
actress Shilpa Shetty, seen
in posters, shout slogans
against organizers of
"Celebrity Big Brother,"
in Patna, India, Wednes-
day, Jan. 17, 2007. Indi-
a's government plans to
protest with British
authorities the alleged
racist mistreatment of the
Indian actress on the hit
British reality TV show
"Celebrity Big Brother,"
an Indian official said
Wednesday. Reports of
the alleged mistreatment
of Bellywood starlet
Shilpa Shetty, 31, ran on
the front pages of several
Indian newspapers
Wednesday and was the
top story on television
news, which repeatedly
showed clips from the
show of the weeping
actress. The poster at
right reads "Apologize to
Shilpa for the bad treat-
ment.”

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several Indian papers
Wednesday and it was the top
story on the television news,
which repeatedly showed
clips from the show of the |
weeping actress.

"We are awaiting areport .
about the show. The govern-
ment will take appropriate
measures once it gets to know
the full details," Anand Shar-
ma, India's junior minister for -
external affairs, told journal-
ists in New Delhi on Wednes-
day.

One of the program's spon-
sors, Carphone Warehouse,
denied reports that it was
considering withdrawing.

"We are against racism in
any shape or form. As spon-
sor of Celebrity Big Brother
we have no involvement in
the content of the program,
but Channel 4 takes these’
allegations very seriously and
we have full faith that they
will deal with them in the
appropriate way," the com-
pany said.

Sylvester Stallone, in
Britain to promote his new
film "Rocky Balboa," said the
abuse was "wrong, obvious-
ly, but you can't expect peo-
ple to act normally in that sit-
uation."

"Shilpa is a beautiful
woman. Everybody should
stand corrected and just move
on," Stallone said in a radio
interview. "It's a game, peo-
ples”

The actor's mother, Jacque-
line Stallone, as well as his





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Hundreds of jobs at stake over EPA

@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor

he Bahamas would

lose “its favourable

$20 million trade

balance” with the

European Union
(EU) if it failed to sign the Eco-
nomic Partnership Agreement
(EPA), a government document
has revealed, while hundreds of
jobs would be jeopardised if Bac-
ardi and Polymers International
shut their respective operations
due to their exports becoming
uncompetitive.

The case for signing on to the
EPA was outlined in a briefing
prepared for the Cabinet’s sub-
committee on trade by the Min-
istry of Foreign Affairs, which has
responsibility for international
trade.

The briefing was leaked to an
Internet website, and senior busi-
ness executives spoken to by The
Tribune yesterday confirmed that

Government document warns Bacardi and Polymers might leave, with
¢2.0m trade balance lost, if Bahamas fails to secure auty-free EU access

it was a genuine document. It also
confirms the details: published in
a series of Tribune Business arti-
cles last week, especially that the
deadline for the Bahamas to sub-
mit feedback on its ‘wants and
needs’ for the EPAS negotiations
was this Monday gone - January
13;

Yet the document is asking
Cabinet ministérs to decide

‘whether the Bahamas is to be

part of the Cariforum negotia-
tions on market access with the
EU, or whether an alternative
option is better.

This confirms what Tribune
Business was previously told -
that successive administrations
and the private sector had taken

their ‘eye off the ball’ in terms of
how international trade agree-
ments, coupled with the World
Trade Organisation’s (WTO)
rules-based trading system, would
impact this nation’s economy and
businesses whether it had signed
on to them or not.

The Government document
detailed that the Bahamas export-
ed some $66.315 million worth of

goods to the EU in 2004, largely ©

made up of Bacardi’s rum and
spirits products, lobster and other
sea food products, and polymers
from Polymers International in
Freeport.

These goods entered the EU
duty-free, but if the Bahamas
remains outside the EPA, they

will attract from 2008 onwards
what is called the ‘Most Favoured
Nation’ (MEN) rate of duty. This
means that EU members have to
apply the same rate of duty to the
same. imports from all nations;

_ they cannot discriminate.

If the Bahamas lost its duty-
free preferences by remaining
outside the EPA; the Bacardi,
Polymers International and sea
food products would all see their
prices increase and become
uncompetitive.

For Bacardi, loss of duty-free
access would see tariffs imposed
on its rum equivalent to $5 per
gallon.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs
document said: “An additional

Financial sector must grow to halt “brain drain’

@ By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor



THE Bahamas has “no choice” but to

Accounting firms eye outsourcing for growth

grow its financial services industry, the
senior partner at Deloitte & Touche
(Bahamias) told The Tribune yesterday, as
failure to do so will see a ‘brain drain’ of the
brightest Bahamian graduates and’profes-
sionals to other countries.
Raymond Winder said his company had
found that at any time there were between
- 15-20 Bahamian professionals working at
Deloitte & Touche’s various offices in the
US.
He pointed out that none of these exec-
utives had been seconded or gone through

Deloitte & Touche (Bahamas) offices, indi- :

cating that they were Bahamians who had
gone away to obtain college and university
qualifications and never come back to the

Bahamas.

Mr Winder said he
felt a similar situation
would probably exist
among the other
major accounting
firms, and said failure
to grow the Bahamian
financial services
industry would see an
increasing . ‘brain
drain’ of the brightest
Bahamian profession-
als, due to the lack of
opportunities at home. :

“To me, we have no.choice but to grow
the financial services industry,” Mr Winder

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said, “because if we’re not growing the
industry, we stand to lose a considerable
number of Bahamians who have prepared
themselves with degrees, but do not come
back to the Bahamas.”

Mr Winder was responding ta comments
made in The Tribune earlier this week by
Brian: Moree, senior partner at McKinney,
Bancroft & Hughes and chairman of the

Financial Services Consultative Forum, who .

had argued that the industry first needed to
be “marketed” to the Bahamian people if it
was ever to get the resources and attention
needed to position it to compete in an

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cost of $5 per gallon would make
the Bahamian-produced rum
uncompetitive, and would likely
cause Bacardi to shift its produc-
tion to either Puerto Rico or
Mexico, where the MEN tariffs
are not applicable.

“For the Bahamas, the loss
would be substantial, and would
include the loss of $13. 262 million
in excise taxes, as well as the loss
of approximately 180 jobs for
Bacardi's Bahamian workers.”

Just over $35 million worth of
sea food products were exported
to the EU from the Bahamas in
2004, and loss of duty-free acce