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BAMBOO Town
MP Branville McCart- | —
ney could face some
considerable chal-

The claim follows Mr
McCartney’s critical remarks

about the temperament of ©

Prime Minister Hubert Ingra-
ham.

While being overly cautious
not to make Mr McCartney
out to be a “martyr” for the
growing voice of indepen-

dents in the country, power’

players within the FNM said
there are ways of “handling”
the young MP.

“The election isn’t very far

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lenges in his bid for ~ peMmarks: ity of Bahamians were
re-election, sources Branville “surprised” to read
within the FNM have - McCartney the comments attrib-
revealed. uted to Mr McCart-

Yesterday, FNM
chairman Carl Bethel
issued a summary
statement answering
Mr McCartney’s com-
ments about the Prime
Minister.

In the statement, Mr
Bethel said the major-

ney, considering the openness

and “freedom of speech” that

exists within the party.
“Hence, the public person-

’ al attack launched against the

Prime Minister is surprising
since Mr McCartney has
always had within the councils
of the party the right to
express any concerns about
compassion, or the alleged
lack thereof.

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A COLD- BLOODED
killing in Kemp Road yes-
terday marked the 14th
murder in the country this
year.

Duran Rolle, 26, was
shot dead when armed
intruders burst into the
home he shared with his -

* mother at. around 4am.

Neighbours said he was
sleeping when the gunmen
stormed through the
kitchen door and made
their way to his bedroom. ©

They kicked open the
door and fired shots at him
as he lay in bed, neigh-
bours: said, and then left
him dying ina pool of
blood.

Police were called just
after the shooting but the
young man had died by the
time officers arrived,
police press liaison officer
Sgt Chrislyn SEIPDINES
said.

“Jt is reported that ‘the
victim was awoken when
two men, both of whom

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ter way. It requires less money; fewer resources and fewer

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SEWAGE: Audley Hanna points to the source of the problem.

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inches deep and up to the
front porch. _

Audley Hanna, an
affected resident and mem-
ber of The Caucus advo-
cacy group, said some res-
idents in the community
have remained silent on
claims, has gone the issue due to fears of
unchecked by officials. victimisation and culpabil-

Now said to be inits _ ity.
ninth month, the spill on Mr Hanna said: “The
South Beach Drive, off sewage is already now
Bougainvillea Drive, was about 500ft and is still
estimated to have a SO0ft spreading. It’s getting
radius which continues to longer and longer and
spread. ' longer — for lack of a better

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A MASTERPLAN to make the Bahamas the regional leader in
sports tourism was unveiled yesterday.

The Sports Centre Redevelopment Project will create a “world
class international venue that will attract sporting and entertain-
ment events to the Bahamas,” say proud officials. -

The plans were revealed at a briefing session yesterday morning
at the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture headquarters on
Thompson Blvd.

Upon completion, the complex will include:

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PAGE 2, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2011

By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Tribune Chief Reporter

rmissick@tribunemedia.net

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East Street on the east, West’

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Hill Streets on the south.

The city of Nassau contains ~

areas which have been all at

. once the symbol of the mercan-

tile ideal, a representation of
economic and social divisions
within the country, the colonial
and post-colonial history of the
Bahamas and the birth and rest-

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rateurs sin Nassau their base
of operations even before it
became a city in 1861.

And from Parliament Square
in the north down to the South-

ern Recreation Grounds, the.

city has been the venue at which
some of the most significant
events in Bahamian history
occurred.

In 1670, King Charles IT
granted the ‘Bahamas to six Car-
olina Lords Proprietors and'the
settlement on New Providence
became known as Charles
Towne. In 1695, it was renamed
Nassau after King William II,

of the House of Orange-Nas- ’

sau, by Governor Nicholas
Trott, who rebuilt the town after

the Spanish invasion and plun-

der of Charles Towne in 1684.

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the Parish of Christ Church to a
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CLEAN-UP NEEDED: Trash on the roadsides and some yards
was Clearly visible during yesterday's walkabout. Some of the res-
idents in the area say that MP Frank Smith needs to help clean up
the area.

By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net

UNEMPLOYMENT, pover-
ty and a lack of basic resources
are just some of the issues gov-
ernment and charitable agen-
cies intend to address in order
to improve the quality of living
in the Kemp Road area.

A community walkabout
spearheaded by community
organiser Jason Springer of the

Kemp Road Urban Renewal ,

Programme in St James Road
ventured through Sutton Street
and Lyon Road yesterday
morning to engage residents in
the area and assess their needs.

Police officers, teachers from

the nearby Claridge Primary

and Uriah McPhee schools, and
government officials from the
National Emergency Manage-
ment Agency (NEMA) and the
Parliamentary Registration
Department had the opportu-
nity to meet residents in the
area. | 4
Mr Springer and other vol-
unteers from the centre, com-
munity activist Laura Taylor, a
nurse from Ann’s Town Clinic
off Kemp Road, and local
police officers, well-aware of the
hardships faced by locals hope
the “Partners Walk” will inspire
a multi-agency approach that
will actively address the needs
oflocal people.
“Among the dozens ‘of re
dents they encountered on the

walk was a 20-year-old unem- *

ployed single mother who said
she is looking for a job to help
her pay for job skills training

at the Bahamas Technical and .

Vocational Institute (BTVI). °
She has been out of work

since she left her job at a

McDonald’s restaurant two
years ago and now lives with
her 10-month-old son in a one
room shack off Obeah Alley
without running water, kitchen
or.bathroom facilities.

Her neighbour Merdina
Rolle, 56, has lived in the area
all her life and said little has
changed since she was a child,
the only additions being elec-
tricity, cable and phone lines in
their homes.

“Everything is still the same
way,” she said.

Like the woman 27 years her |

junior, Ms Rolle, a former
employee at.the Elizabeth
Estates Children’s Home, is
looking for work, but said her
age puts employers off.

“The young people don’t
want to work and the old peo-
ple want to work and they don’t
want to give us jobs,” she said:

Without a steady income she
relied on grocery provisions
from social services for the last
five years, but said they were
recently taken away.

-Red Cross representative
Damario Barton said he was
taking note of needs in the
community so the Red Cross
can extend their outreach pro-
grammes there, by providing
assistance such as hot meals
from the island-wide Meals on
Wheels initiative.

“One of the homes we visited
today was just a cardboard, or
wooden structure, with no place
to heat up food, so it would be
good for them to have at least
one hot meal a day,” he told
The Tribune.

The Red Cross’ Meals on
Wheels initiative now serves
more than 100 people a day,
some of whom have been
referred to the charity by social
services.

Some of those assisted by the
Red Cross live below the
poverty line, and by delivering
the meals they also discover
other issues people face which

they can help overcome with .

support from volunteers.
“The main message of the
Red Cross is to relieve human
suffering wherever it.is found,”
he said.
“So to come into the com-



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munity and have one-on-one
contact with individuals and see
what their needs are means we
can then go back to the office
and work out where we can
assist in alleviating what issues
they may have.”

As the agency representa-
tives walked through the areas
littered with garbage, aban-
doned cars, overgrown weeds
and derelict buildings, they
encountered children of school

‘age who were at home with rel-

atives, and teenagers hanging
out in groups on street corners.

Many of the adults said they
kept their children home from.
school because they did not
have clean school uniforms or
food for their children.

Problems

These problems are already
being addressed at the Kemp
Road Urban. Renewal Centre,
which provides school uniforms

’ for children, meals, and engages

them in after school pro-
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schoolteachers from Claridge Primary give out flyers encouraging
residents to vote and to hear thier concerns.

and helps jobseekers complete
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“We are doing this for the
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EDITORIAL/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

The Tribune Limited

NULLIUS ADDICTUS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI
Being Bound to Swear to The Dogmas of No Master

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

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

(Hon.) LL.D., D.Litt .

Publisher/Editor 1919-1972
Contributing Editor 1972-199]

EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON, C.M.G., M.S., B.A., LL.B.

Publisher/Editor 1972-

Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, RO. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas

Insurance Management Building., P.O. F-485, Freeport, Grand Bahama

WEBSITE
www.tribune242.com — updated daily at 2pm

The unabridged facts of Bahamian history

WHAT many Bahamians of this genera-
tion fail to realise is that the so-called history
of the Bahamas— as rewritten by the PLP —
started on what is.now called “Majority Rule
Day”, January 10, 1967, the day that the PLP,
headed by Lynden Oscar Pindling, wrested
the government from the UBP.

It was such a close call that the PLP could
not have done it without the support of Sir
Alvin Braynen, who became the Speaker of
the House, and Labour Leader Sir Randol
Fawkes, who, threw his lot 1 in. with them to



give theni a majority’of orie’on the floor of the

House. Because he was the one man who
held the balance of power on the House floor,
. Sir Randol tried to take credit for Majority
Rule. A general election a year later, which
returned the PLP: with an undisputed major-
ity, soon settled that question. Sir Randol
was eventually relegated to the shadows.
The PLP attempted to wipe the slate clean

of any events that led up to this victory, ignor- -

ing the past and attempting to take credit for
the future, which the past had made possible

by the sacrifices of many Bahamians who

went before them.

After all wasn’t it Philip Bethel of
Eleuthera, a former PLP Minister, who said
that “God gave this country to the PLP”? It is
this attitude of entitlement — probably encour-

aged by what was taught in the schools — that.

has made it impossible for many PLP — even ,
today — to accept that their party is no longer
the government.

_ For several years after the 1967 general
election Government teachers would drift
into The Tribune to check the files on the
social upheaval of that period. A couple of
them told us that what was being taught in the
schools did not represent the Bahamas in
which they had lived and they wanted to read
the daily files of that period to confirm what
they remembered. The file most often
researched was the anti-discrimination Res-
olution moved in the House of Assembly in
January 1956, and the weeks that followed
when racial discrimination in public places
in the Bahamas ended.

This week we received a letter (published
on this page) from a 15-year-old Freeport
student objecting to “Bahamian children
being taught the wrong history.” :

Her objection was to a short sentence in
their textbook — “Jesus and his Legacy 2” — by
Adrian L. Bethel — being taught in the reli-
gion ‘class at the school. The chapter was on
racism at page 159 under the heading:
“Bahamians who fought for equality.” It was
a short paragraph, but a sentence in that para-
graph highly offended her because she knew
that the facts had been glossed over and she
wanted no part of it. The text book said:

The Tomlinson

“Men such as the late Sir Milo Butler and
Sir Linden (spelt incorrectly) Pindling fought
for the rights of the black majority. They
fought against racial discrimination which
barred many blacks from certain jobs and
places in the Bahamas.” — :

The student knew that Sir Lynden was
not even a member of the House of Assembly
in January 1967 when Sir Etienne Dupuch
was threatened with arrest for his Resolu-
tion to end racial discrimination in public
places in the Bahamas. Although the Reso-
lution was highjacked, such a public furore
was created, backed by this newspaper, that
by week’s end all public places in the
Bahamas were open to everybody regardless
of race, religion or any other inequality that

~ might have barred them.

The Freeport students were asked to write
about one of the two men mentioned in the
textbook who were credited with ending
racial discrimination. The student told her
teacher that she could not write about Sir
Lynden, because Sir Etienne was the first

‘Bahamian to open public doors. The teacher
told her that if she did not write on Sir Lyn-

den, she would get zero for the question. She

’ refused to write. She got zero. Maybe, she .

would now like to extend an invitation to her
teacher to-visit The Tribune — founded by
her great grandfather 108 years ago — and

study that period of Bahamian history for —

himself. Writing on Majority. Rule in 2006, Sir
Arthur Foulkes — now Governor General —
had this to say about those who made that day
possible.

“There were others who were not elected.

to parliament in 1967 but who nevertheless
made great contributions in the march
towards that day,” wrote Sir Arthur. “Among
them were C.R. Walker and Bert Cambridge.

“Perhaps most notable was Etienne
Dupuch who struck a major blow against the
racism of the old guard with his 1956 anti-dis-
crimination resolution.

“Sir Etienne attempted unsuccessfully to

create what he called a more moderate alter-.

native to both the UBP and the PLP. He fre-
quently expressed the opinion that the PLP
was not ready to govern and he had a serious
problem with the credibility of Sir Lynden.

“Nevertheless, for years Sir Etienne exco-
riated the old guard (the UBP) both from
the floor of parliament and in the columns of
his newspaper. He condemned their arro-
gance and relentlessly exposed their corrupt
dealings...

“It was Sir Etienne’s unrelenting campaign
against that corruption, arrogance and intran-
sigence and for reform which opened the
eyes of thousands of Bahamians. The PLP
was the chief beneficiary of this.”



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Sit Lynden’ S
name should not
be in textbooks
under ‘racism’

' EDITOR, The Tribune.

~ . [have a problem with our

religion textbooks only men-
tioning Sir Lynden in our
chapter on “Racism”. What
he did that night in the House
of Assembly had nothing to
do with ending racial discrim-
ination. His act happened

’ nine years after Sir Etienne

Dupuch ended racial discrim-
ination in the Bahamas.

Sir Etienne Dupuch

“But for him his. proudest
achievement was on the night
of January 23, 1956 when he
stood on the floor of the
House and proposed a reso-
lution.to ban racial discrimi-
nation in all public places in
the Bahamas. He protested
when the Speaker of the
House took the resolution out

of his hands.and sent it to a

committee that would let it
die. He was threatened with
arrest when he defied the
Speaker.. The House hastily
adjourned in confusion.
“The next day the hotels in
Nassau announced that all
racial barriers had been lifted
from their establishments.
One by one every public place
opened its doors to all per-
sons, regardless of race. Dis-
crimination in public places
was at an end in the Bahamas.
“The Daily Gleaner of
Jamaica declared that Sir Eti-
enne had ‘lit a candle that
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of the 20th Century. - pg. 32. -
Rt Hon Sir Lynden Pin-
dling
“On Tuesday, 27th April

1965, subsequently called

Black Tuesday, ‘As the aston-
ished

House members
watched...Pindling walked
over to the Speaker’s table
and lifted the 165-year-old
Mace, symbol of the Speak-
er’s authority. ‘This is the
symbol of authority,’ he
shouted, ‘and authority on
this island belongs to the peo-

ple and the people are out-

side!’ then Pindling raised the

-weighty scepter and hurled it

through the second storey
window... as if on cue, Milo
Butler sprung up and flung
out the two hour glasses,
which were used to time
speakers.” — The 100 Most
Outstanding Bahamians of the
20th Century. — pg. 77.

What Sir Lynden did

should not be something to.

be proud.of. He went into the
respectable House of Assem-
bly and made himself look
stupid by throwing the mace
out of the window. He should
have been a smarter gentle-
man and stood in front of the
Speaker and the House and
proposed his resolution.
Instead, he acted childish and

threw the mace out the win-
dow.

Sir Etienne was the man
that ended racial discrimina-
tion in the Bahamas in 1956.

Sir Lynden threw the mace
out of the window in 1965.
His act came nine years after
racial discrimination had end-
ed and also had nothing to do
with racism. Facts are facts!
They should never be
changed in favour of some-
one. No matter, how people
view it, this is the truth. Chil-
dren should not be taught that
Sir Lynden ended racism in
the Bahamas because this is
not true. His actions on April
27, 1965 had nothing to do
with racial discrimination -
which had been abolished in
1956 (nine years prior by Sir
Etienne).

Ask any person who was
alive on those two dates. They
can tell you the story and I’m
sure you would be interested -
in what has been masked by
the Bahamian government
and its politicians.

I do not believe that
Bahamian children should be
taught the wrong history just
to make a man look superior
and like a “hero” to the peo-
ple. Sir Lynden’s name should
not be in our text books under
“Racism”; Sir Etienne’s name
should be there.

ASIAH MUNNINGS
Freeport,

Grand Bahama,
January 19, 2011.

PLP need to stop talking and accomplish something

EDITOR, The Tribune.

I just watched a You Tube
video of PLP Chairman
Bradley Roberts speaking at a
public meeting in what looked
like a school. He was reading

from a document he said was ;

given to him.

Instead of him doing the
reading he should have got a
sixth grade student who
would have helped him to

pronounce difficult words like .

“orally”, “incubate” and
“aquatic.” Maybe a science
teacher would have helped
him to say basic science terms
he also couldn't figure out and
never seemed to have heard
before.

The chairman of a political
party should not be expected
to have a doctorate in Eng-
lish. But neither should they
have to go back to school and
take up remedial English.

It's difficult enough under-
standing what Mr. Roberts is
saying in his own words. It's
just as difficult trying to
understand what he's saying
when reading from a report
given to him.

Then there's his Party
Leader Mr. Perry Christie
who knows how to pronounce
and use all kinds of big words.

The problem is that all of.

those five pound words don't
ever amount to anything
except Mr. Christie hearing
the sound of his voice.
Despite the different abili-
ties of Mr. Christie and Mr.
Roberts when it comes to

logic and good sense. They
don't mind talking plenty.
They just don't want to have
to think too much.

Now I hear some of the top
PLP brass is going on a lis-
tening tour. This has to be a
joke.

A listening tour? This is
exactly what the PLP spent

their last five years in office

doing.

They appointed all ‘aids of
committees to review things.
They made plenty speeches
and promises. The problem is
that they never acted.

Now we know why. You
had senior ministers like Mr.
Roberts who couldn't com-
prehend what he was reading
and a leader like Mr. Christie
who couldn't put his big
words and endless promises
into action.

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nine-year-old murder

By NATARIO McKENZIE
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A MAN convicted of a
nearly decade-old murder
was sentenced yesterday
to 50 years imprisonment.

Justice Vera Watkins

tion, noted that Capron
has expressed no remorse
for Ferguson's murder as
he maintains that he was

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son's death.
Capron appeared visibly
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decision as he was escort-
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Time to stop prostituting Haitians

NOELLE NICOLLS
Tribune Staff Reporter

nnicolls@tribunemedia.net

aitians have
been migrating
to the
Bahamas for
centuries. For race-based rea-
sons, it was a problem in the
early 19th century. While the
racial legacy formed itself in
the post-colonial psyche of
African and non-African
Bahamians, the modern prob-
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The reality is, neither the
Department of Immigration,
the Defence Force nor the
entire might of the state have
the power to ease the plight of
all people in despair.

For centuries, migration has

‘been the answer to populations

seeking a better life, according
to Leonard Archer, former

. CARICOM Ambassador. This

is the story of Europe, Asia,
Africa, everywhere in the
world. When people experience
scarcity, drought, famine, hard-
ship, or persecution in one area,
they move to another.

“If you interview the Hait-
ian people who are coming, a
number of them have been
deported two, three, four times.
People are desperate. The real-
ity is desperate people will
always move and we can’t
afford-to put a wall around the
country,” said Mr Archer.

“We have been deporting
people to Haiti since the 1970s.
Has it helped? Has it worked?”
he asked. People should know:
we have no ally in the Haitian
government or the Haitian peo-

_ ple'where the immigration

problem is concerned. In a
country of 10 million, the hun-
dreds of people who migrate to
the Bahamas, whether legally

or illegally, is not a problem on

the minds of most.

Plus, Haiti, like Famiica’
relies on remittances from its
Diaspora population. When.
countries realised that the side
effect of the brain drain was a
supply of cold hard cash from
the Diaspora, suddenly the
migration of nationals did not

seem so bad. On the contrary,



migration was encouraged and
remittances became a primary
source of foreign exchange.

In the Bahamas, we are
banging our heads against the
wall with our hysteria over the
illegals. All the banging is just
giving us a headache.

We desperately need a new
approach to the so-called immi-
gration problem and we need a
new vision of Haiti.

We should never forget:
when the African world needed
a sign that its certain fate would
not be decided by the interests
of slave masters and colonial

rulers, it was a group of dis- |

parate Africans on the island
of Hispanola, with the backing
of their ancestors and the divine
spirits, who rose'to the occa-
sion. Empowered by a collec-
tive will, they planted the seed
in the African consciousness

‘that we are more than they say

we are; we deserve more than
what they want for us.

Two hundred years later,
Haiti that gave us hope,
appears to face a hopeless fate.
All we see of its people is what
seems to. be their worst. The
eyes of the world take an inter-
est only when the story line is
one of strife and scandal; when

‘ the images fit.the narrative of

poor, desolate, pagan and
black. And in the minds of most

. Bahamians and many Haitians,

the light that is Haiti has faded.
Experience tells us that in

‘our darkest hours it often takes

a light, whether shone by an
external source or a spark in
our own spirits, to help us over-
come. In an Avatarish way that
light speaks to us and says: ‘I
see you’.

In an African way that’ light
says, ubuntu, ‘I am what I am
because of who we all are’. In

- the language of psychotherapy,
the light says, ‘tap into the’

greatness that lies within and
live it?. And from our queen
mothers it says, ‘I love you’.
Africans across the globe
need to care enough to be more

informed. Bahamians need to -°

rise above the malcontent, so

* eur people and the entire world

knows, Haiti is more and Haiti
deserves more.

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It is more than what the
international media depicts. It is
more than the actions of its
political directorate. It is more
than the folly that befalls it, and
it is more than what our eyes
see. In this season of great frus-
tration, Haiti needs neither our
disdain or pity, nor our charity;
it needs our great expectations,
and with our collective con-
sciousness, we will call out its
greatness. Haiti has much work
to do, but I wonder if we will
start to play our part from
where we stand. Certainly, in
the history of our relationship
with Haiti, the Bahamas has
missed countless opportunities.
That is largely because of our
singular focus on immigration.

If we date the start .of diplo-
matic relations to 1971, when
the Bahamas signed the first of
three bilateral treaties, then we
can claim the 40-year prize of

. missed opportunities in building

a meaningful relationship.
With newly acquired rights
of self governance, and a dis-
patch from the UK’s Foreign
Common Law Office giving it
limited authority to conduct
external affairs, the Bahamian
government negotiated its first
bilateral agreement in 1971.
Haiti was the foreign partner.
That agreement envisaged a
broad range of relationships,
including commercial trade and
technical co-operation, educa-
tion exchanges and cultural
linkages — understandably so,
because for two decades prior, .
Haitian labour had been grow-
ing in importance. in the
Bahamas. From the 1950s,
Bahamians were working to
establish modern commercial
farming and Haitians provided
a source of cheap agricultural
labour from then. Mr Archer
said Haitian farm workers
employed in Marsh Harbour,
Abaco, in the late 1950s, were
not “perceived as a threat”.
Owens-Illinois, an American
company operating in Abaco,
was known to recruit, Haitian
labour in the late 1960s, recalls
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FROM page six
Affairs. Owens-Illinois origi-
nally had a timber cutting
license to operate in the
Bahamas, but when cutting
rights were transferred from
Abaco to Andros, the company
switched its operations and
opened a 20,000 acre sugar cane
estate in Marsh Harbour. Suf-
fice to say, the population of
Abaco and the available sup-
ply of Bahamian labour at the
time would have given rise to a
demand for Haitian workers.

Unfortunately, whatever
promise the 1971 agreement
may have embodied was short
lived because it was “never
really actualised”, according to
Mr Sears.

This is evidenced in the sub-
sequent agreements — 1985 and
1995 — for which immigration
was the central issue.

To this day, the almost sin-
gular focus of our foreign inter-
est in Haiti is immigration. Dr
Eugene. Newry, former
Bahamas ambassador to Haiti
and the Dominican Republic,
said in the.modern world, coun-

tries establish diplomatic ties .

to look after economic inter-
ests. He said the Bahamas is
the anomaly. Its interest in
Haiti is solely to keep the
Haitians out. The Ministry of
Foreign Affairs and the Min-
istry of Agriculture might dis-
agree, pointing to regional secu-
rity initiatives and mediation
efforts in Haiti in which the
Bahamas has played central
roles, or recent exploratory pro-
jects. But as valid as these
efforts are, anyone would be
hard pressed to contradict Dr
Newry’s overall assessment.

What makes our efforts so
laughable is that given our
efforts over 60 plus years, the
solution to the immigration
problem remains elusive.

This is so, notwithstanding
the notoriously draconian
efforts of the much loved Pro-
gressive Liberal Party Minister
of Immigration Lofters Roker,
whose administration was said
to raid schools, churches and
even hospitals to round up “ille-
gals”.

History has shown us we are
inextricably linked to Haiti.
Today is no different. Waves
of immigrants are seen any time
public confidence in Haiti
wanes, during economic crises,
at the mere threat of political
instability, and at times of nat-

‘ural disaster, to which Haiti is

no stranger. So unless the
Bahamas has control over Hait-
ian politics, the Haitian econo-

my, and acts of God, things wil].

not be looking up anytime
soon.

Short of Haiti being restored.
as the light of the world, and
probably even after, migration
will be a Haitian reality, and
the Bahamas, less than 200
miles off the coast, will suffer
the consequences. :

All is not lost, for there is a

solution to the problem. It

requires less money, less
resources and fewer headaches,
but it is infinitely more difficult
than anything we have ever
tried before.

A new approach to the Hait-
ian problem is not incongruent
with a clear understanding of
the Bahamas’ national inter-
ests. Illegal immigration strains
national resources; Bahamian
sovereignty is a national imper-
ative, as is the security of our
people. These are the interests
that motivate Bahamians to call
on the government time and
time again to crack, down on
the immigration problem.

But in the interest of nation-
al development, and to play our
part in history, someone needs
to start being honest with our
people and stop paying the
pimps to prostitute the
Haitians. There isa better way.
The Bahamas has unexplored
and underdeveloped interests
in Haiti. cer 4

“Let’s look at our economic
interests and the question of
labour, because if we are hon-
est, we would acknowledge that
Bahamian and Haitian inter-
ests are aligned in many ways.

Economic migrants flock to
the Bahamas year after year,
not political refugees. That

means Haitian people look to

the Bahamas like we look to
the United States — as a land
of opportunity. For Haitians,
there isa lucrative labour mar-
ket in the Bahamas and their
skills are in high demand. If
there was no reason for opti-
mism and they did not find
employment in the Bahamas,
they would not come.

Yes, unemployment in the ,

Bahamas is high. The govern-
ment has a responsibility to cre-
ate jobs and to stimulate the
economy, and the private sector
has an interest in creating jobs
where there are lucrative busi-
ness opportunities. :
Most Haitian labourers are
employed by the private sec-

tor. For better or worse,

Bahamian businesses .are
empowered by the law to
employ foreign labour. Just
look at the financial and
tourism sectors, although they
are not necessarily models ‘to
emulate.

In fact, the employment of
foreign labour in these sectors is
not scrutinised nearly enough.

“While Bahamians have their

eyés.on Haitians, predomi-

nantly white foreigners in

finance and tourism are holding
a virtual monopoly on well pay-
ing jobs that would otherwise
give Bahamians an opportunity
to create wealth and better the
nation. Foreigners in these sec-
tors gain employment on a so-
called temporary basis, with a
provision to train Bahamians,
but in most cases they never
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it easy to get naturalised, and
permanently secure the senior
job ranks for Bahamians like
themselves. This system proves
that Bahamians do not have an
entitlement to employment
although many believe they do.
Perhaps we should, because this
is our country. But perhaps not,
because we live in a global vil-
lage. That argument is another
debate altogether.

For now, clear eyes would

see, Haitian labour is not the |

antithesis to Bahamian unem-
ployment. That is our own
problem. Haitians are simply
the most favoured scapegoat.
It is like a scorned wife blaming
a prostitute for her husband’s
infidelity. — :
If we were to round up every
Bahamian who has at one point
engaged in the practice of
employing Haitian nationals,
they would probably outnum-
ber the Haitians themselves.
If Bahamians were genuine
about wanting to exorcise
Haitian people, that would
require draconian measures like
strict penalties for Bahamians
hiring undocumented workers.
The sacrifice would be a cul-
ture where people would spy
on neighbours and employees
would spy on their employers.
Let us stop kidding ourselves.

Most of the nationalist outcry is











































just rhetoric. It does not reflect
the desires of the private sector,
the practice of our people, and
it does not reflect our true eco-
nomic interests. The govern-
ment can vouch for that. The
trade in foreign labour in the
Bahamas is a lucrative business.
The goyernment’s coffers are
kept fat by the millions paid
annually for work permits.
Sixty years ago, pioneers in

* the agriculture sector knew we

could not thrive without for-
eign labour. There was a reason
why. The Bahamas has 326,000
acres of arable land. Accord-
ing to Dr Newry, it woutd
require two workers per acre
to fully exploit this resource
commercially. That translates
to every single Bahamian in the
country needing to take an
interest in agriculture, supple-
mented by an abnormally high
birthrate, and steroid aided
child development.

Our opposition to Haitian
labour is simply coming from
our hurt pride. The notion that
we might need Haitian labour is
not an indictment on Bahamian
labour. It is just a reality. Peo-
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or scorn the idea of an organ-
ised temporary worker pro-
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For people like Mr Archer,
who does not agree with talk
about-the massive farming
potential of the Bahamas

because of our “poor soil qual-
ity” and questionable water
supply, there are economic
interests for the Bahamas in
Haiti itself. “Let us be practical.
If there is going to be a farming
industry in the Bahamas it has
to be driven by private capital
and private enterprise. If the
government has to engineer it
then it will be a make-work
scheme rather than an agricul-
ture scheme. The reason we
don’t have a farming industry is
those persons who tried it did-
n’t succeed. We don’t have the
natural kind of conditions for a
successful farming industry,”
said Mr Archer.

There are many who would
disagree, pointing to success
stories.of the past and present,
like the famous story of Edison
Key. But a fair question would
be, what about longevity?

Mr Archer does not deny
some success. After all, the sea-
side mango farm of the Maillis
family is evidence of such. But
he argues, if the farming poten-
tial were really so abundant,
the private sector would have
already found a way to exploit
it fully, So here is another
notion to consider. Haitian

mangos sell for 99 cents or less.

in New York City. The same
mango costs $2.50 - $3 locally,
according to Mr Archer. His
point: Bahamians could invest
in Haiti, as farming there is a
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employment benefits for the
distribution and marketing of
farmed goods. Again, it is our
hurt pride that makes us scorn
the idea. Many Bahamians
would surely say, we need to
invest in our people. We have
done enough for Haiti.

“You have to make up your
mind what, you want. If by
investing in Haiti you would
create the conditions where
they wouldn’t need to come,
surely that is a useful solution.
There are people who just want
the problem to disappear.
Unfortunately problems do not
just disappear,” said Mr
Archer. He agrees that a work
programme is one way, but it is
not enough, he said.

“We have to ensure there is
economic growth in Haiti.
When (Jean-Bertrand) Aristide
became president a number of
Haitians left the Bahamas and
went back to Haiti because they
thought things would get better.

“The source of the problem
is Haiti itself not Haitians in
the Bahamas,” said Mr Archer.

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“Inded, Mr McCartney
attendedthe Central: Council
meeting /f the party last week
and hadevery opportunity to
voice hs feelings to his col-
leagues peers, and those par-
ty offiers and activists who
he hops to lead some day,”
Mr Behel said. ;

At tlis meeting, the FNM’s
chairnan said Mr McCartney
said mthing about “compas-
sion” even though he spoke
“aboit other issues.”

Net to be outdone, the
PLPs chairman Bradley
Roterts has also chimed in

on the discussion, claiming the
FNM was “falling apart from
within.”

In a sfatement, Mr Roberts
said My McCartney is “clear-
ly on his way out of the
FNM.”.

However, before he

departs, Mr Roberts said the
MP is dong “what many oth-
ers withis the FNM are afraid
to do” by revealing the truth
about Pime Minister Hubert

Ingraham “as the PLP has
been stating all along.”

“We the PLP say that if a
man that exist(s) in the front-
line of the FNM is making it
clear:that Hubert Ingraham
is not working in the best
interest.of Bahamians then
we beg to ask the question:
Who is the Prime Minister
working for?

“These are very serious and
startling revelations being
exposed from within the camp
of the FNM and it is a cause
for great concern from the

Bahamian public. This is

alarming that a party that now
holds the position of govern-
ment is being exposed by a
leader in their own ranks.
“The Prime Minister clear-
ly stands condemned by one
of his own. Who will be the
next to step forward and to
be frank and honest with the
Bahamian people? McCart-
ney’s projections that the
FNM will face great chal-
lenges in the coming general

elections are correct,” Mr
Roberts said.«

However, Mr McCartney’s
remarks have been labeled as
nothing more than political
posturing by the FNM’s chair-
man.

Mr Bethel’s statement con-
tinued: “The public record
showing the extraordinary
compassion, empathy and
love of the Prime Minister for
the Bahamian people, the
poor and the oppressed, can-
not be thrown into dispute by
Mr McCartney.

“The Prime Minister’s per-
sonal journey from the bowels
of dire poverty in his child-
hood, to the heights of
achievement for the Bahami-
an people as a visionary, com-
passionate leader and Prime

‘ Minister is well known.

“His efforts to uplift the
poor are also well known.
What is perhaps less well
known are the privaté and
individual interventions made
by the Prime Minister per-

Man shot dead

sonally to assist hundreds, if
not thousands of Bahamians
over his years of leadership
and public service.

“The Prime Minister’s love
and compassion for the
Bahamian people is second

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FROM page one Bran ‘coultl face challenges’

to none,” he said.

“There may be policy dif-:

ferences which divide politi-

cians, but any attack based «

upon an alleged lack of com-
passion is nothing short of
political posturing. There is

no question that, such an
attack upon the Prime Min-
ister is totally without any
foundation and must be
viewed as merely the mani-.
festation of a personal agen-
da.”

a
from the int or to th d
so quickly and precisely in

FROM page one

Services (EMS) responded and pronounced
the victim dead.

“At present, police are uncertain of the
circumstances surrounding this incident.
Investigations continue.”

Mr Rolle is said to have been a frequent
‘three by, four’ poker player on the local
circuit, and lived with his mother and
brother in Kemp Road, just north of St
James Road, and yards away from Shirley
Street.

‘It has been suggested to the police
‘investigating the murder that the shoot-
ing may have been a deliberate hit on the
young man, as sources claim he had‘been
involved in criminal activity associated
with one of the country’s most notorious
drug dealers.

Superintendent Leon Bethel, in charge
of the homicide division of the Central
Detective Unit (CDU), said his team of
investigators are appealing for informa-
tion to assist their investigations and ask
fot any information that may relate to the
murder to be submitted to the police as a

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The problem began nine

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National stadium on schedule
to be handed over to govt

By CELESTE NIXON
Tribune Staff Reporter
cnixon@tribunemedia.net

THE National Stadium, given as a gift from
the Peoples Republic of China, is on schedule
to be turned over to the government in the
summer.

In a briefing session held yesterday morn-
ing at the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Cul-
ture on Thompson Blvd, Thomas A Robinson
National Stadium project manager Iram
Lewis said that the ‘National Stadium “will
be handed over the Bahamian government
on June 30”.

While the stadium will not be fully opera-
tional until early next year, Mr Lewis wanted
to assure the public of the facility’s prestige.

“The Bahamian people and the govern-
ment can look forward to a first class struc-
ture that will meet the practical requirements
of ouf national agenda,” said Mr Lewis.

When ground was broken on the project

in July 2009, the 158 Chinese workers archi-
tects and engineers faced rte sitt chal-
lenges.

“The soil itself was unstable anda @ater
table is very high in the area — 22 feet tnder-
ground of the stadium a cavity wa found, .
said Mr Lewis.

He said it took six months to lay 619 piles
on a stable layer further underground tocre-
ate a solid foundation for the massive struc-
ture, however building remained on sched-
ule.

According .to Mr Lewis, the couatry has
benefited from the construction of the stadi-
um, which involved $8 million spent on local
goods and services to date.

Once completed next year, the stadium will
be able to seat up to 15,000 and may also be
used as a hurricane shelter.

The stadium will feature two gient mega-
tron screens, luxury or sky boxes, devators,
concession areas, locker rooms, a first aid
department, and media and press bexes.

FROM page one

@ A new indoor multi-com-
plex centre for basketball, vol-
leyball and gymnastics.

@ A police station.

@ A healthcare and adminis-
tration building.

@ 12 new tennis courts.

. @ Diving facilities at the
aquatic centre.

@ The hot rod racing track
will be relocated, which will
include a sound barrier for the
protection of surrounding
neighbourhoods:

®@ Softball and baseball sta-
diums.

@ An American football
field.

@ A nine-hole golf course.

@ A venue for the Special’
Olympics. °

@ Cafes and concession
areas, and an athletes village to
accommodate those travelling
to the Bahamas.

Nick Dean, principal of Inte-
grated Building Services (IBS),
the engineering design and con-
sulting firm heading the pro-
ject, said the civil infrastructure

will be completed first to set
the stage for the complex.

SPORTS TOURISM

This will comprise site demo-
lition, improved road network
and parking, traffic and storm
water management, sewers,
water distribution and power,
landscaping and upgrading the
Yellow Elder Waste and Water
Treatment Plant (WWTP).

“The primary object for the
first phase of the project is to
provide adequate support of
the new stadium,” Mr Dean
said.

’. Phase one of the project,
‘which is hoped to begin in two

weeks when construction bids
for the project are decided, will
include the building of new
roadways and widening of Yel-

low Elder way to four lanes for.
traffic management, environ-’

mental management of Big
Pond to mitigate as much as
possible the effects of works,
the clean up of the dump site by
NIB and finally expanding and
upgrading the treatment capac-
ity of the Yellow Elder WWTP
so that water can be reused.
Mr Dean said it is hoped the
facility will be fully self-con-
tained, providing its own. power

and water and be mosty pedes-
trianised.

Nicole Campbell, pemanent
secretary for the Minstry of
Youth, Sports and-Cilture,
said: “The National Sadium
will be one componentof all-
encompassing facility forsports
in, the Bahamas”.

Charles Maynard, Mister
Youth, Sports and Cuture,
said: “The government teok a
holistic approach to projerly
plan the area - previoisly
licences were given out to \ari-
ous sporting entities.”

He added: “With limiied
land still available, we are tryng
to make the facility more futc-
tional and efficient.”

According to the Minister,
the new stadium will be finished
by early summer. However,
because of the grand scale of
the redevelopment project,
works the sports complex will
take up to two years to com-
plete.

. “It is a very exciting project
and will be a positive addition
to the general area” said Mr
Maynard. “aha ,

Mr Maynard was iuiable to
comment on the estimated cost
of the sports complex.

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property located at southern end of road reservation. Appraisal TBA.

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Vacant Land
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Great Guana Cay, Abaco Cays
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: Appraisal TBA.

i approximately 17,807 sq ft
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: Nicholls Town North Andros. All that Piece parcel or lot of land containing

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FORMER dictator Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier waves to supporters from the balcony of a rented guest
house where he:is staying in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Friday Jan. 21, 2011. Duvalier returned Sunday to Haiti
after nearly 25 years in exile, a move that comés as his country struggles with a political crisis and the stalled
effort to recover from last year's devastating earthquake. Duvalier said Friday it was the earthquake that
brought him back to Haiti and that he wants to help with the Peone neem (AP).

Duvalier: ‘Not

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti
Associated Press

FORMER dictator Jean-

Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier
credits himself with starting
Haiti's democratic process
with his 1986 flight into exile
and did not inform anyone
that he would be coming back
last month, the returned
leader told Univison in.an

- interview scheduled to be



alte euesay night. ~

rege
judge's investigation into alle-
gations of corruption and

human rights abuses during:
_ his 15-year dictatorship. In his

first international interview
since his shock return from

_ France, Duvalier defended his

tule and said it is up to Haiti's
justice system to answer the
allegations against him.

"T was the one who started ~

a democratic process. When
they talk to me about tyranny
it makes me laugh, it gives me
the impression that people are
suffering from amnesia,"

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forgotten the condition in
which I left Haiti. I left: vol-
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Aristide, are trying to get their
leader a diplomatic passport
to return from exile and alleg-
ing that Duvalier got special
treatment. Haitian govern-
ment ministers agreed, last
week that Aristide. would be

. eligible for a passport, but said

Monday that he has. not
applied for one.

Duyalier also told Ortega
that he had informed no,..one
of his return but assumed that
"information services" — in
France, it is implied by the
question — would have: been
aware that he was on his way
back. The first reports broke
while he was aboard an Air
France jet over the Atlantic
citing anonymous French offi-

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cials.

_ He was also circumspect
about his own political aspi-
rations. Duvaiier returned in

the midst of a political crisis in. ©

which President Rene Preval
has no clear successor days

‘before the constitution says

his term should expire.

"The only motive for my
return,... was to participate in
the commemoration’ (of the
January 2010 earthquake),
that'is-all: And help the Hait-
ian people face this situation,"

“he'said. He also that despite
‘his slurred ‘speech and shuf-

fling gait, he is in good health.

Amnesty International says
that during’ Duvalier's reign,
inherited from his brutal
father, Haiti suffered from sys-
tematic torture, extrajudicial
executions and the disappear-
ances of hundreds of people.
His Tonton Macoute militia
carried out widespread crimes
and abuses and repressed pro-
democracy and human rights
activists.

The interview is to air ona

, difficult day for the ex-leader.

Earlier Tuesday, U.N. High
Commissioner for Human
Rights Navi Pillay offered to

assist in his prosecution, say-

ing the. human rights viola-
tions Duvalier allegedly com-
mitted have no statute. of lim-
itations and Haiti is obligated

“to prosecute.

Hours before,.a new law
went into effect in Switzerland
allowing the government to
claim dictators’ funds deposit-
ed in their banks and believed
to be of criminal origin.

Duvalier allegedly has up
to $7.3 million deposited
there. The statute is dubbed
the "Duvalier law."

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Lot #178, Colony Village Subdivision, N.P.

Split level house w / 3 efficiencies

Property Size: 7,632 sq.ft

Building Size: 3, 571 sq.ft

Appraised Value:$279,313.00

Enter Colony Village from Prince Charles Drive, heading
south Colony Village Road the property is the last
building on the right hand side before Malaysia Way
the corner'that leads into Elizabeth Estates.

Lot#26, Frelia Subdivision, N.P.

Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 5,000 sq.ft

Building Size: 1, 320 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $192,000.00

From Faith Avenue and Fire Trail east on Faith Avenue,
follow the curve around to the right (approximately 0.6
of a mile east of Faith Avenue take the first left into Frelia
Subdivision, then the first right and the subject property
is the last lots on the right.

Lot#320, Eastwood Estates Subdivision, N.P
Single Family Residence

2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom

Property Size:,6,000 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,110 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $226,220.00

From Prince Charles Drive turn north into Eastwood
Estates Subdivision travel north along Tulip Blvd to the
fourth corner on the left onto Gibben Road and travel
west to the third corher right (Petrea Street) turn right
onto Petrea Street and the subject is the fifth property
on the right or the fourth house. House#33 painted white
trimmed white..

Parcel of Land Romer Street Fox Hill, N.P.

Single Family Residence ;

(3) peqog , (1) Bathroom

Property Si ize: 4,961 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,014 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $115,000.00...

From Fox Hill Road turn:onto Romer Street (Church of
»God Prophecy and Fox Hill Community Centre Junction)
travel east on Romer Street to the third corner on the
right. Travel south to the fourth house on the left which
is ata dead end. The subject is a split level residence
painted blue and trimmed wile with a tiled entrance
patio.

Lot#14, Skull District, Eleuthera, N.P.
Vacant Land °

Property Size:10,000 sq.ft
Appraised Value: $30,500.00
Directions: Eleuthera

Parcel of land Deadman's Cay, rnd Island
Vacant Land

Property Size: 2 acres

Appraised Value: TBA

Directions: Long Island

Lot# 1 BIk# 4 Venice Bay Subdivision, N.P
Vacant Lahd (Multi Family Residential)
Property Size: 10,066 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $135,000.00 ;

. From Bacardi Rd and Carmichael Road, travel south on
Bacardi into Venice Bay Subdivision. After passing the
security, travel southwestward on Venice Bay Blvd. take
the first left, Deloris Dr. then third left, Misty Cay and the
subject property is the first on the right.




Lot#157, Knotts Boulevard & Zachary Lane Sec.#2, FP.
Duplex Apartment
Each Unit:- 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Property Size: 19,921 sq.ft
Building Size: 4,320 sq.ft
- Appraised Value: $230,000.00 / O.N.O.
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Lot#4, BIk#27 Manton Lane Freeport Grand Bahama
Incomplete Triplex Apartment i
2 - (3) Bedrooms, (2) Bathrooms
.1-(1) Bedroom, (1) Bathroom
Property Size:12,196 sq.ft
Building Size: 5,200 sqft
Appraised Vaiue: $138,000.00
Freeport Grand Bahama

* Lot Hospital Lane & Dillet Street
Single Family Residence/Multi Family Residence
1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom (lower level) 6 Egaroone, 1
Bathrooms (upper level)

‘. Property Size: 2;215 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,164'sq.ft

- Appraised Value: $197,000.00
From Blue Hill Road North, turn onto Meeting Street
travel West on Meeting street and the subject is on the
south-east corner of the first corner on the left, which
is Hospital Lane. The subject is a split-level residence

*painted.tan and trimmed white.

Lot# 2 offiHamster Road, N.P

Duplex Apartment

2 Bedrooms, 1 ‘Bathroom -

Property Size: 6,995 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,840 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $244,000.00

From fire Trail Road & Carmichael Road, travel north on
Fire Trial Road, take the first left, Shell-Fish Road, then
the first right Hamster Road, and the subject property
is the 6th building on the right past the first corner on
the right, Gabon Close.

Lot#18, Evansville Sub, N.P.

Duplex

2-Bedrooms, 1- Bathrooms Each °

Property Size: 7,328 sq.ft

Building Size: 1723 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $185,000.00

Travel west from Lazaretto Rd. on Carmichael Rd. to the
sixth roadway on the left. Travel south to the third roadway
on the left to the second house on the left. The subject
property is a single storey duplex painted rust trim white

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Lot#2527, Sir Lynden Pindling Estates Subdivision
Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size;5,040 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,136 sq.ft ;

Appraised Value: $163,048.00

Travel west on Charles W. Saunders Highway pass Sadie
Curtis.Primary turn left after the school and then an
immediate left onto a dirt road travel west on this road
to the T-junction and the subject is immediately opposite
the T-junction. The subject is painted tan and trimmed
tan.





Lot#4A situate Adderley Street, Fox Hill
Single Family Residence

Property Size:5,400 sq.ft

Building. Size: 928 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $132,000.00

From Bernard Road & Adderley Street (opposite the
entrance to St. Augustine's College) travel north on
Adderley Street, continue past the corner on the right
Dorsett Street, and the subject property is the first on
the right immediately past Liberty Baptist Church.





Lot#23 Malcolm Road East
Single Family Residence

2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Property Size: 6,000 sq.ft
Building Size: 860 sq.ft
Appraised value: $122,491.00

From East Street South - travel east along Malcolm Road

and turn right on Winder Terrace continue for about 200
ft and the subject property is on the left. The subject
property is pink with white trim.






Lot#26, Frelia Subdivision, N.P.
Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Property Size: 5,000.sq.ft

~ Building Size: 1,220 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $192,000.00

From Faith Avenue and Fire Trail east on Faith Avenue,
follow the curve around to the right (approximately 0.6
of amile east of Faith Avenue take the first left into Frelia
Subdivision, then the first:right and the subject property




Loti 529 Garden Hills No. 2 Subdivision, NP -
Single Family Residence

’ 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 6,000 sq.ft
Building Size: 1,740 sq.ft
Appraised Value: $179,318.00

Lot# 230 West Winds Subdivision, N. P
Vacant Land

Property Size: 14,320 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $275,000.00

Travel west on west Bay Street and turn into West Winds;
pass security gate and continue to 'T' junction. Turn left
and continue-around bend to next bend/curve and the
subject property is about 3,000 feet from bend on left

Lot # 21 Indigo Subdivision, N.P
Vacant Land (Single Family Residential) °

Property Size: 7,200 sq ~

Appraised Value: $324,000.00

From the round-about at Blake Road travel along West
Bay Street pass Orange Hill and turn left into Indigo.
After passing through security gate take the 1st

right and the subject property is the 9th lot on the left’










VACANT LAND

Appraisal Date: 04/15/2010

From Soldier Road travel north along Lady Slipper Avenue
and turn left on the 3rd corner (Frangipani Avenue); then
1st left (Dandelion Avenue) and the subject property is
the 6th on the left.













Lot#42, Foxdale Subdivision, N.P.'

Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 6,329 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,247 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $191,000.00

From Fox Hill Road and Bernard Road, travel west on
Bernard Road, take the first left Fox Drive then the third
right Sparrow Lane.and the subject property is the last
on the left.

















Lot#1267, Pinewood Gardens
Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2Bathrooms
Property Size: 5,000 sq.ft
Building Size: 1,000 sq.ft
Appraised Value: $108,000.00

Travel west on Pinewood Drive turn on to Willow Tree
Drive which is the 1st corner on the right side after the
Pinewood round about heading north on Willow Tree
Drive take the 3rd corner on the left side which is Sugar
Apple Street and the property is the 7th lot on the left
side the building is yellow trim white

















Lot# 1266, Pinewood Gardens, N.P.
Single Family Residence
3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Property Size: 5,000 sq.ft
Building Size: 1,035 sq.ft

- Appraised Value: $111,000.00
Turn north onto Willow Tree Ave. from Pinewood Drive.
Traveling north on Willow Trée Ave. turn through the 3rd











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Lot#18 Trelawny Garden Subdivision, NP
Single Family Residence
4- Bedrooms, 3- Bathrooms -
Property Size:6,670 sq ft<
Building Size:1 500 sq ft ,
Appraised Value: $179,000.00
From Farrington Road and Warren St, travel west on
_ Farrington Road to the first corner on the left (Trelawney
Place); continue south to the first corner on the right
and the subject is the second house on the right. The
subject is painted white and trimmed blue.










Lot#26, Winton Meadows Section#3,N.P.
Vacant Land

Property Size: 8,033 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $130,000.00

Travel east along Yamacraw Hill Road to Rugby Drive
the subject property is the fifth (5 the) lot east of Rigby
Drive to Yamacraw Hill Road.













Lot#2 Laval Estates, N.P
Vacant Land (Multi Family Residential)

Property Size: 5,756 sq.ft

Appraised Value:$80,000.00°

From Adelaide Village Road, travel east on Adelaide
Road, take the first left (unpaved road) and the subject
property is the third on the right.









Lot# 145 South Seas Subdivision
Vacant Land (Single family Residential)
Property Size: 7,087 sq.ft

Appraised Value:$85,000.00

APARTMENTS/CONDOMINIUMS

Crown Grant A4-60, off Carmichael Road, NP.
Duplex Apartment

Property Size: 4,988 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,830 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $233,000.00

Travel west on Carmichael Road; aiter passing the
entrance road to All Saints Camp; continue traveling
west and just before second corner on the left is an
unpaved easement between a fence and the second
corner; the subject is straight ahead about 50 yards on
the left. The subject is painted tan and trimmed white. -





Duplex Apartment

1 Unit - 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
2 Unit - 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom
Property. Size: 5,873.6 sq. ft
Building Size: 1,912 sq. ft
Appraised Value: $249,000.00
Sandilands Village Road from Fox Hill'road to the eighth
roadway on the left. Travel to the fifth lot on the right.
The subject property is lime green with white trim.





Lot of land located on the nothern side of Sandilands
Village Road, N.P .

Triplex Apartment .

2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom

Property Size: 10,320 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,700 sq.ft

Appraised Value $277,000.00

Heading west on Sandilands Willage Road from Fox Hill
Road, take the fourth corner on the right. The subject
property is the first building on the left, a single storey
triplex painted white with brown trim.








Lot# 100 Ridgeland Park West Subdivision, N. Pi
Duplex Apartment

Each unit has 2 bedrooms, 1 Bathroom
Property Size: 5,880 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,760 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $125,222.00

From the traffic light at east Street and Robinson Rd.
travel west along Robinson Road and turn left on
Collection Street; then right on Anthol Road then left on
Twin Close; continue to the dead end and the subject

Lot#209, Sunshine Park, N.P.

Four Plex Apartment

Property Size: 4,861 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,034 sq.ft

Appraised Value; $175,000.00

Heading south on Blue Hill Road take the 1st entrance
into Sunshine Park take the 1st corner on left (Murray




Lot# 12, Elma's Close, Sandilands Village Road,N.P

Street) the property i is the Sth building on left hand side
a the street. The building is blue trim it white.






Lot#25, Section "C", Garden Hills, N.P.
Triplex Apartment

1-2 Bedrooms, 1-Bathroom

2-'1 Bedroom, 1- Bathroom

Property Size: 7,500 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,846 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $416,206.00 O.N.O.
From Global Tiles on-East Street South, drive through
the side entrance and directly behind this structure and
the subject property is the split level structure immediately
behind it














Lot located Ferguson Street, Bain Town, N.P.
Triplex (2 live-in units and shop)
1-Bedroom, 1 Bathroom Each Unit

Property Size:5,249 sq.ft

Building Size:2,294 sq.ft

Appraised Value: TBA :

Travel west on Poinciana Drive, turn right on to Augusta
Street. Turn though second corner on the right (Ferguson
Street). As you turn on to Ferguson Street, the subject
property is located on the right side of the street:













Lot: Approximately 5,589 sq. ft North of Johnson Road
Duplex Apartment

2 - 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom Each

Property Size: 5,589 sq. ft

Building Size: 2,100 sq. ft

Appraised Value: $306,000.00

Traveling East on Bernard Road, turn north Adderley
Street (Opposite St. Augustine's College), continue north
on Adderley Street pass Step Street (which is on the -
curve) and make the first turn right onto Johnson Terrace.
Turn onto an unpaved road on the right (which is the first
corner on the right) At the T-junction turn right (heading
south) enter gates of privately owned is a duplex
residence colored gray with white trim.






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Lot#3, BIk#2, South Beach Estates, N. P
ase Apartment

1-2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms/ 1- 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom
Property Size: 6,000 sq.ft
Building Size: 2,248 sq.ft
Appraised Value: $216,000.00
Travel south on East Street South turn right onto
Pinewood Drive (intersection at the South Beach Police
Station) travel west on Pine way Drive after the first
corner on the left (Oleander Avenue), the subject is the
second property on the left (duplex). The duplex is
painted white trimmed maroon.







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Lot situate approximately 70 ft westward of Florida Court
Single Family Residence

4 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 6,000 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,750 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $227,000.00

Travel east on Balfour Avenue to the first right (Florida
Court) from Florida Court take the first right onto a 10ft
wide road reservation and the subject is the second
house on the left white trimmed grey.

Lot#3005, Sir Linden Pindling Estates, N.P
Single Family Residence

3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom

Property Size: 5,000 sq.ft

Building Size: 1, 153 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $154,000.00

» From Charles Saunders Highway enter Sir Lynden

Pindling Estates and travel south on Lady Marguerite -
Pindling Avenue to the second street on the left (Lauren
Street) travel east on Lauren street to the second corner
on left (Pear Tree Avenue); Travel north on Pear Tree
Avenue to the subject, the fifteenth property on the left.
The subject is lime green trimmed white.

Lot situated northern side of Victoria St & Lancaster Rd,
Ivanhoe Subdivision, N.P

4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms - Single Family Residence
Property Size: 12,651 sq.ft

Building Size: 3, 396 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $406,895.00

From Mackey Street and Windsor Road (by Wendy's
Restaurant) travel east on Windsor Road take the second
left to Victor Road, then the first right which is Lancaster
Road, the subject property is the first on the left on the
corner.

~ Loti 1001 Garden Hills No. 3 Subdivision, N.P

Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 6,343 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,218 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $143,000.00

Traveling west along Independence Drive take the 2nd
comer on the left (Edelweis Avenue). Heading south take
the 1st right on to Margaret Lane. The subject is the last. -
house on the left. A single storey | residence painted
peach with white trim.

From-Carmichael Road travel south along Miller Road ’
(Bacardi Road) and turn left into Southern Seas Drive;
pass through security gate and turn right at 2nd Corner
(Eastwood Drive) continue to the 'T' Junction and the
subject property is the 3rd on the right from the 'T'

. Junction.

Lot# 18 Blk#2 Sea Breeze Estates, NP

Vacant Land (Single Family Residential)

Property Size:8,562 sq.ft

Appraised Value:$105,000.00

From Prince Charles Drive & Beatrice Avenue, travel
south on Beatrice Avenue , take :

the fourth right, Bay Cedar Avenue, then the fourth left,
Darling Plum Grove, and the ,

subject property is the second on the left. :

Parcel No. 3, Allotment No. 44 Kool Air Subdivision, N.P
Duplex Apartment

1 - 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms

1 - 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom

Property Size: 5,187 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,704 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $1 98,601.00

From the intersection at Joe Farrington/Yamacraw Hill
and Fox Hill Roads- travel south along Fox Hill Road

. and turn on 2nd right (Kool Air Sub. Rd.) continue to the

2nd left and the subject property is the - on the right.
White w/ grey trim

Unit#4, Hillcrest Tower Condominium, N. P.
Condominium

2 Bedroom, 2 Bathrooms

Unit Size: 1,110 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $99,767.00

Travel south on Collin Avenue td Third Terrace turn west
on-third terrace and the subject is contained within the
second building on the right which is a condominium
complex. The subject complex. The subject complex is
painted lime green and trimmed white.

Lot#11 Kool Winds Subdivision, N.P

2 Storey 8 Plex Apartment

All units are 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom

Property Size: 10,446 sq.ft

Building Size: 5,232 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $395,000.00 ‘

From the intersection of Fox Hill Road and Joe Farrington
Road travel south on Fox Hill Rd., take the first corner
on the right and the subject is the second property on
the left.

Lot# 10 & 11 Blk# 45 Nassau Village Subdivision
Duplex Apartment

Unit 1 - 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom

Unit 2 - 3 Bedroom 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 5,000 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,096 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $236,715.00

From Soldier Road travel south along Taylor Street
(entrance into Nassau Village); continue across Alexandria
Boulevard and turn left onto Lawton Avenue, then right
on Jackson Street and the subject property is about 225
feet on the left. Green trim white. _

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PAGE 14, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2011

Mubarak backers attack foes with firehombs, bricks:



CAIRO
Associated Press

THOUSANDS of support-
ers and opponents of President
Hosni Mubarak battled in
Cairo's main square Wednes-
day, raining stones, bottles and
firebombs on each other in
scenes of uncontrolled violence
as soldiers stood by without
intervening. Government back-
ers galloped in on horses and
camels, only to be dragged to,
the ground and beaten bloody.

At one of the fighting's front
lines, next to the famed Egypt-
ian Museum at the edge of
Tahrir Square, pro-government
rioters blanketed the rooftops
of nearby buildings and
dumped bricks and firebombs
onto the crowd below — in the
process setting a tree ablaze
inside the museum grounds.

Plainclothes police at the build-

ing entrances prevented anti-
Mubarak protesters from
storming up-to stop them.

The two sides pummeled
each other with hurled chunks
of concrete and bottles at each
of the six entrances to the

sprawling plaza, where the
10,000 anti-Mubarak protest-
ers tried to fend off the more
than 3,000 attackers. who
besieged the.square. Some on
the pro-government side waved
machetes, while the square's
defenders filled the air with a
ringing battlefield din by bang-
ing metal fences with sticks.
The protesters accused
Mubarak's regime of unleash-
ing a force of paid thugs and
plainclothes police to crush
their unprecedented 9-day-old
movement demanding his
ouster, a day after the 82-year-
old president refused to step
down. They showed off police
ID badges they said were wrest-
ed off their attackers.
"After our revolution, they
want to serid people here to
ruin it for us," said Ahmed

' Abdullah, a 47-year-old lawyer

in the square. "Why do they
want us to be at each other's
throats, with the whole world
watching us."

Another man shrieked

through a loudspeaker, "Hosni |

has opened the door for these
thugs to attack us."

Amid the mayhem, the anti-
Mubarak camp turned the inte-
rior of the square into a sup-
port base: Dozens of men and
women pried up the sidewalk
with bars, broke it into pieces
and ferried the piles of ammu-
nition in canvas sheets to their
colleagues at the front. Others
directed fighters to streets need-
ing reinforcements. Entrances
to a subway station under the
square were turned into
impromptu prisons, with seized
attackers tied up and held at
the bottom of the stairs.

The health | minister
announced one dead — a per-

son in civilian clothes who may.

have been a policeman fell off a
nearby bridge — and nearly 600

injured. Bloodied young men’

staggered or were carried into
makeshift clinics set up in
mosques and alleyways by the
anti-government side.
Protesters pleaded for pro-
tection from soldiers stationed
at the square, who refused. Sol-
diers did nothing to stop the
violence beyond firing an occa-
sional shot in the air and no
uniformed police were in sight.

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AN ANTI-GOVERNMENT demonstrator, wounded during clashes with ;
pro-government protesters, waits to be seen at a makeshift medical
triage station, near Tahrir square, the center of anti-government
demonstrations, in Cairo, Egypt, on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011. (AP)

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UN official
| offers to help
Haiti convict



| Bahy Doc

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti

| Associated Press

AUN. official is offering

_ to help prosecute ex-Haitian

dictator Jean-Claude "Baby
Doc" Duvalier.

High Commissioner for
Human Rights Navi Pillay

| says that the human rights
_ violations Duvalier allegedly
/ committed have no statute

of limitations and Haiti is
obligated to prosecute.
Duvalier stunned
observers by returning to
Haiti in January after 25

_ years in exile. Lawsuits were

filed after his arrival.

A Haitian judge has until
April to investigate the alle-
gations and decide on pro-
ceeding to trial.

Pillay announced his posi-

- tion in a written statement

Tuesday, the same day a law

| went into effect’'in Switzer-

| land allowing the govern-

_ ment to claim dictators'
_ funds deposited in their
, banks and believed to be of
| criminal origin.

Duvalier allegedly has up:

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: Switzerland. The statute is
dubbed the "Duvalier law."

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Assume you're the dealer. What

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1. One heart. It would clearly be -

wrong to open one diamond simply
because that is the stronger suit.
Since the majority of hands.end up in

example, if partner responded to one
diamond with one heart or one spade,

you’d be faced: with a problem that

has no satisfactory solution.

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an exception to the rule laid out in
the first problem. Since it barely
qualifies as an opening bid, an effort
should be made to keep the bidding
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expected response of one spade, you

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5 Amateur, 6 Ennui, 7 Editorship, 8 Enable, 5 Isolate, 6 Leave, 7 23 Earth’s atmosphere }| 18 Execute without ate later bidding problems. For your next tum.
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Bahamas ‘third
most infleyitie’
On public spend
in Caribbean

Former finance minster
says government
spending and taxation
picture ‘not sustainable’,
and Bahamas ‘must take
long, hard look at

fiscal reform’



JAMES SMITH

By NEIL HARTNELL

The:Bahamas “must take

a long, hard look at fiscal
reform”, a former finance
‘minister has warned,
because the current taxa- °
tion and spending levels -
“are not sustainable, a
study having shown this

nation’s public expenditure :

is the ‘third most inflexible’

in the Caribbean region.
James Smith, minister of

state for finance under the

2002-2007 Christie govern- i end, its chief executive told

i Tribune Business yesterday,
‘} in a move to lock-in lower
i prices ahead of anticipated

ment, said the findings of
the study, which was pre-

- sented at the International
Monetary Fund (IMF)
organised Options for the

Financial Crisis conference
last month, came as little
surprise to him.

The paper, by Carlos
Elias and Jennifer Sobot-
ka, which assessed the
prospects for developing
an insurance programme
to protect Caribbean

SEE page 6B

US AG demands

By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business Editor

A US deputy attorney gen- :
eral has moved to re-open the :
bankruptcy case of a convict- }

ed multi-million dollar fraud- } ? have a large variety of prod-

mated $6.4 million held i ina : ucts, and a wide product

. trust looked

Ster, in a bid to seize the esti-

after by a
leading
Bahamian
attorney, who
she alleges
has “failed
and refused
to repatriate”
the trust
assets to the
US. q

MICHAEL
PATON

in the Cardinal Trust.

The trustee is Queensway
Trustees, and Ms Lascurain :
alleged that it, “through its :

SEE page 9B

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Anna Lascurain, the New :
Jersey deputy attorney gen- }
eral, appeared before the }
state’s federal bankruptcy :
court on Monday to argue :
that the former Chapter 11 :
bankruptcy case of $75 mil- : |
lion fraudster, Robert Bren- :
nan, be re-opened with a view :
to recovering the assets held :



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FEBRUARY 3,



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Mortgage loans:
20%+ in arrears



|B Value of mortgage arrears and non-performing home

loans more than doubles in five years, as recession bites
households and $3bn portfolio
8 More than $1 out of every $10 lent by Bahamian

_ commercial banks for mortgages now non-performing

i By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor.

The value of mortgage

? loan arrears and non-per-
: forming home loans in the
: Bahamas have both more
| ; than doubled in percentage
| : terms over_a five-year peri-
|: od, data obtained by Tri-
| | bune Business shows, with
:_ more than 20 per cent of the
: almost $3 billion worth of
| } mortgages now in default.

Some 20.71 per cent of

i that $2.984 billion sum lent
: in mortgage loans was in
: default at end-2010, the data
: reveals, meaning the credit
: involved was at least 30 days
: -past due. That level of mort-
Tribune Business Editor — :

gage arrears had increased
from 8.83 per cent of the
total.sum lent in 2005 to
10.44 per cent in 2007, 13.24

per cent in 2008 and 18.46

per cent in 2009.

The figures mean that $1»

out of every $5 in outstand-
ing mortgage loans is now
in default, that 20.71 per
cent, figure not far off
tripling the 7.23 per cent low
that was achieved in 2006.
As for non-accrual mort-
gage loans, meaning home
loans that are 90 days or

_more past due, and upon

which the banks -have
stopped accruing interest,
some 10.22 per cent of that
$2.984 billion sum is in this

AML FOODS $1M ‘ABOVE

NORMAL’ IN INVENTORY BUY

By NEIL HARTNELL
; Tribune Business Editor

AML Foods went: above
“normal levels” to invest an

: extra $1 million in inventory

: prior to its fiscal 2011 year-

i food and energy cost

Caribbean After the Global increases.

Gavin Watchorn, whos is

? also AML Foods’ president,
i said the 2011 year-end finan- .
: cials would show a corre-
: sponding decrease in the
: BISX-listed food group’s |
i year-end cash position due ©
; to the increased non-perish-
; able inventory purchase, as
: margins in the food retail
i sector continue to come
: under
increased competition and
is .. {| imput price increases.
Attorney $ wait : cent gross margin decline in
anil see’ on new ; its fiscal 2011 third quarter,
: administrative expenses for
: the same three-month peri-
: od to end-October 2010 also
i rose due to increased utility
? costs.
i “Margins are under pres-
: sure not only from rising
: FOB costs, but competition

pressure. from

AML Foods saw a 0.6 per

: while selling, general and - |

; putting pressure on mar-
? gins,” Mr Watchorn told
: Tribune Business. “But we

:_ base, that evens out margins.

SEE page 7B

party ‘and
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* * Move done to mitigate
anticipated price rises this
quarter

* Firm’s capital budget
$1.$1.5m per year

* Wide product base enables
company to absorb costs
and maintain margins,
despite 0.6% margin drop
in Q3

* Transaction counts and
average customer spend up

category. This means that
more than $1 out of every
$10 lent in mortgage loans
is non-performing.

The statistics show the
depth of the recession’s
impact on Bahamian house-
holds, and have worrying
implications not just for
their financial sustainability
but the construction and
banking industries, plus the
dream of Bahamian home
ownership.

Non-accrual mortgage
loans, in percentage terms,
actually fell from 4 per cent
to 3.53 per cent between
2005 and 2006, but started

SEE page 9B



GAVIN WATCHORN

We’re staying
’ the course.”

: By NEIL HARTNELL .
_ Tribune Business Editor :

Apply online or at
your nearest branch.

US exports
to Bahamas
strike $3bn

Surprise at figures, with Bahamian exports
at second highest level of $720.8 in 2010

By ALISON LOWE
Business Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net

The latest figures from the US government suggest |
that American exports to the Bahamas are at their high-
est level ever.- reaching $3 billion in the first 11 months
of 2010 - despite indicators suggesting this nation’s con-—
sumption and economic activity is down.

Given the Bahamas’ present population of 353,658, as
measured in the recent population census, the figures
would equate to an average spend of $8,500 per person in
the Bahamas on US goods in 2010, although this does not
take into consideration how much was consumed by
tourists.

The $3 billion of exports from the US to the Bahamas
in 2010 (to November of that year, the last available
month for which data was recorded), is 19.8 per cent
higher than in 2009, 8.7 per cent higher than in 2008,
21.5 per cent higher than in 2007 and 31 per cent above
the value of that which was exported in 2006.

Bahamian exports to the US were also at their second
highest level ever, lower only than in 2009. The Census

SEE page 4B



AML FOODS Q4 SALES GROW

9% ‘ACROSS THE BOARD’

~ * BlSX-listed food group set to

create almost 100 jobs in 2011,
_ AML Foods said yesterday



Gavin Watchorn, who is also
the BISX-listed food retail
group’s president, told this

_ newspaper that the 9 per cent

SEE page 10B

‘total group sales increased by 9 with 70-75 a Solomon : Fest:

_ per cent “across the board” Market and 20 at new Domino’s
during the just-closed fourth — gyffet
quarter, its chief executive
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Desktop publishing is ‘graphically’ different

Idus Corpo-

ration

founder,

Paul Brain-
erd, is generally credited for
coining the phrase: “Desk-
top publishing." Before the
invention of desktop pub-
lishing software, both graph-
ic design and prepress tasks
were done manually, which
sometimes leads to confu-
sion about what desktop
publishing is and how it is
prepared.

Desktop publishing began
in 1985 with the introduc-
tion of PageMaker software
from Aldus, and the Laser-
Writer printer from Apple

Computer for the Apple
Macintosh computer.
Graphic design and desk-
top publishing share so
many similarities that people
often use the terms inter-
changeably. There's not
really anything terribly
wrong with that, but it is
helpful to know and under-
stand how they differ, and
how some people use and
bamboozle the terms. So
what is the difference
between graphic design and
desktop publishing? |
The short answer is that
graphic design is the process
and art of combining text
and graphics, communicat-
ing an effective message in
the design of logos, graphics,

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desktop publishing are often
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part since it is an activity
also used by non-designers,
desktop publishing is often
considered a lesser activity
than graphic design.

By virtue of this fact,

graphic design is all around.

us. It is in our morning
papers, on our commute to
work, and on the cover of
our favourite books. The
most common _ forms
include: logos, websites busi-

‘ .
ness cards, advertisements,

book design, brochures, bill-
boards, product packaging,
posters, magazine layout,
newspaper layout, greeting
cards, ticket stubs, credit
cards and countless other
products and every day

‘items.

On the face of it, graphic
design requires that the
advocate continually keep
up to date with the devel-
opment of new and updated

' software via software train-

ing programs. Contrary to
popular belief, owning a
copy of the Adobe Photo-
shop software does not nec-

essarily complete the job.
The use of creativity and
resourcefulness can.

Owing to their similarities,
graphic design and desktop
publishing may seem one
and the same, and the terms
are often confused and used
as substitutes for one anoth-
er. Yet we can see that
graphic design involves the
creation of visuals through a
mix of text and graphics to
communicate a message
effectively. When compar-
ing these two definitions,
several key elements differ.
Let us take a look at these
differences in terms of the
concept, purpose and prod-
uct. - ;

Concept

One of the inherent dif-
ferences between graphic
design and desktop publish-
ing is that graphic design
emphasises the thinking
process. For example, it can
be said that graphic design-
ing focuses more on the
process of generating a
product, while desktop pub-
lishing focuses on the actual
production of the product.

Purpose

The purpose behind
graphic design is not only to
beautify the product, but
also. to convey a specific

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message effectively. How-
ever, the purpose is merely .
to transform ideas into com-
puter documents. For exam-
ple, in graphic design the
designer has to work within
the limits created in terms
of the message and the
design of the product,

whereas desktop publishing,

being open to both designers
and non-designers, faces
fewer limitations in the
design of a product.

Product

Products of graphic design
generally have a stronger
element of professionalism
than those of desktop pub-
lishing. Graphic design is
usually conducted by pro-
fessional designers, while the
use of desktop publishing in
creating products is open to
both designers and ama-
teurs.

Shifting gears, this list will
aid in combating desktop
publishing and graphic
design misconceptions and
fallacies. Desktop publish-
ing is just another name for
graphic design. Graphic
design has been around
much longer than desktop
publishing but, nevertheless,
desktop publishing is simply
a software tool that trans-
lates concepts and ideas into
the proper format for print-
ing.

Desktop publishing is
amateur design: Absolutely
not. Desktop publishing by
itself isn't design; actually,
it is the vision and skill of
the individual using desktop
publishing software that
determines the quality of the
output. If truth be told,
desktop publishing software
can be used for creating

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Private sector role urged

on vehicle duty calculation

By ALISON LOWE
Business Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net

Private sector stakeholders
should be invited to play a
role in a Customs ‘Commis-
sion’ that would help deter-
mine the import duty and
Stamp Tax rated to be levied
on vehicle imports to the
Bahamas, a car dealer has
charged.

Brent Fox, owner of Mon-
tague Motors, said he was fed
up with his business being

hammered on all sides by oth--

er.dealers, who are under
investigation by the Customs
Department for suspected
false invoicing on imported
cars, and by other dealers he
alleges are being allowed to
pay less duty than they should
because the the prices he buys
his used cars for in Japan are
used as a benchmark for the
industry.

“T’m the only one who goes
to Japan to buy the cars, so I
really know what these cars
are selling for and I’m getting
them slightly cheaper than the
rest of them by cutting out
the middlemen. But whenev-
er I submit my documents
showing what I’m paying,
Customs say: ‘Well, we’re
’ accepting this from (price)
from Montague Motors’ and
then people who should pay-

ing a lot more are able to
come along and claim that
they are paying the same
prices as me and pay less
duty,” said Mr Fox.

He suggested that in this
way his competitive advan-
tage is being unfairly eroded
by the lack of due diligence
on the part of the Customs
Department, as it seeks to
determine what tax it should
collect from importers.

Meanwhile, Mr Fox yester-
day rejected claims made by
the Comptroller of Customs,
Glenn Gomez, that it was
possible several new entrants
into the used-car importation
business in the Bahamas may
be présenting lower-valued
invoices than their competi-
tors because they have found
a legitimately cheaper way to
source their cars from Japan.

In an interview with Tri-
bune Business on Monday,
Mr Gomez said that based on
information brought to -his
Department’s attention,

‘investigations were looking

into the possibility that some
car dealers were presenting
under-valued invoices for
vehicles they were seeking to
import - with the price they
paid for the car adjusted
downwards significantly to
avoid paying the full tax
owed..:

But, according to Mr
Gomez, no conclusive evi-

dence has been uncovered to
support\allegations of under-
invoicing. Instead, he sug-
gested that the dealers may
have found “an avenue of
which others were not aware”

to source their Japanese used-

cars. However, he claimed
with this not fully determined,
these importers are being
made to pay the same duty as
their competitors.

Mr Fox said it was impossi-
ble that anyone could buy the
cars for cheaper than he can.
All used Japanese cars are
sold via a government-regu-
lated auction, with prices.for
all transactions recorded and
accessible.

The only reductions in cost
that might be achieved, he
said, are if a dealer is able to
travel to Japan to buy the cars
himself. Mr Fox claims he is
the only person in his industry
in the Bahamas who does this.

The auto dealer said it
appears that Customs is either
incapable of, or unwilling, to
do the research necessary to

find out what is reasonable .

for people importing cars to
pay for the vehicles .

“The only way customs can
be honest is to have someone
from this sector sitting in and
reviewing the prices. Only if
someone from our side has a
say are people going to be
kept honest,” said Mr Fox.

Kerzner’s $3hn debt issue on centre stage

By ALISON LOWE
Business Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net

International caabysts have suiguestod that
Kerzner International, owner of Paradise
Island’s Atlantis and One & Only Ocean Club
resorts, is facing challenges in restructuring
$3 billion in debt that is due to mature in Sep-

tember.

Atlantis and a surrounding 76 acres ; of unde-
veloped land ‘on Paradise Island are among
the assets held as collateral for $2.6 billion in

mortgages obtained. by Sol Kerzner and his’

private equity investors when they bought out
Kerzner International Resorts in 2006, taking
it private and removing it from the New York

Stock Exchange (NYSE).

‘While that debt is due to be repaid by Sep-
tember this year, reports in the Wall Street
Journal (WSJ) are claiming that a “cadre of
restructuring advisers” have been hired to help

rework what ultimately amounts to almost $3

billion in debt owed-to numerous investors.

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entered the US from the
Bahamas.

Khaalis Rolle, chairman
of the Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce and Employers

FROM page 1B

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or just that goods imported
had a higher value, or both.

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sector could play a part in
increasing demands for, or
prices of, US goods. How-
ever, while tourist arrivals
into the Bahamas did hit five
million last year for only the
second time ever, this was
mainly attributed to a rise
in a cruise visitors, who it is
well acknowledged, do not
create the same kind of
demand for goods as stop
over visitors.

Stopover arrivals,
although up by 4.5 per cent
over 2009, remain below
pre-2008 levels.

Trends in oil prices also
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value of exports from the
US either. Despite the 21.5
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should be down. There may
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Resident General Physician
Needed

in Treasure Cay, Abaco as a resident Doctor for an
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ernment spending than the
Bahamas.

However, this nation’s rel-

atively low level of govern-

Inflexibility

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public sector’s inflexibility

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Preilout? OO F ROM page 1B wards to 54.05 - this time — enues, as staffing levels were
Sonia Beneby, CEA - ; : __. behind Barbados and _ cut across the board. The
The Baskof Nowa Soota Tout Coepiey Date: Weduesday, February 9, 2011 public spending levels in the Trinidad & Tobago, but bet- Government’s only response
moos reaper any event of a natural disaster, ter than St Kitts and had been to hold back on
Tine: I2Nhpm =. General Meeting used a ‘Fiscal Rigidity Index’ Jamaica, both of which have _ increments and staff increas-
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‘ ee, : Aa Downtown Nassau _ the size and proportion of wr Smith replied, when have,” Mr Smith told Tri-
pupil Spencine: ge sould informed by Tribune Busi- _bune Business. “If you were
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Speaker: Eidaennd Raluning, CPA, CFE aunts ness of the findings Sa Seanee The °
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AML FOODS $1M ‘ABOVE

FROM page 1B

“We have the ability to absorb price
increases and not pass them On to con-
sumers, because we have the other product
lines that can absorb that margin pressure.

“It allows us to absorb cost increases bet-
ter than some of ot competitors.

“No one wants to see rising food costs to
the consumer, and most players in the indus-
try are conscious of that, and are doing what
they can to keep groceries affordable to
Bahamian consumers.

“They may be making a little less margin
to keep groceries affordable.”

In a bid to manage costs, and given the
projected increases in food and energy prices
for later in 2011, Mr Watchorn said AML
Foods had put out forward contracts to lock-
in cheaper inventory now.

“The January numbers will reflect that
boost to inventory quite a bit,” Mr Watchorn
told Tribune Business, “as we took advan-
tage of lower prices, and realised prices were





NORMAL’ IN INVENTORY BUY

likely to rise. We invested $1 million in
inventory above normal levels.
“Our January numbers will show an

increase inventory and a corresponding

decrease in cash, because the cash was used
up front:

Increases

“But we thought it was the right thing,
and it had a lot to do with the cost increases
anticipated for the 2012 first quarter.”

Although he possessed no figures to deter-

mine the percentage increase in utility costs '
that AML Foods had started to experience

SUPREME COURT”

_ COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMA 7 2020
{N THE SUPREME CQURT JAN? $ 20H No.CLE/GEN/ 01699
Common Law & Equity Division NASSAU, BAHAMAS ,

| BETWEEN

| BONNANT WARLUZEL & ASSOCIES, a Firm ;
3 Plaintiff
AND , '
AMIR WEISSFISCH
Defendant
ORDER

BEFORE the Deputy Registrar Mr. Ernie Wallace in chambers

UPON THE, APPLICATION OF THE PLAINTIFF by Ex Parte Summons filed on 27" January,

2011,

AND UPON READING the: Affidavit of Simon E Darville sworn and filed neva on 27°

January, 2011.

AND UPON HEARING the Attorney for the Plaintiff Carol D. Misiewicz,

ml iS ORDERED THAT service of the said Writ:of. Summons be effected by the publication by

' advertisement of the said Writ of Summons and of this Order on three days in two
consecutive weeks in each of the following. newspapers, namely The Nassau Guardian and

during the fiscal 2011 third and fourth quar-
ters, Mr Watchorn said the rise was probably
around 5-6 per cent year-over-year.

Revealing that AML Foods’ annual capi-
tal expenditure budget was around $1-$1.5
million, Mr Watchorn said the BISX-listed
food group had been able to mitigate rising
energy costs through its work on “energy
efficiency, energy reduction”.

“Much of the capital expenditure last year
was replacing old equipment with efficient
equipment,” he added, AML Foods having
targeted the likes of meat display and coffin
cases for replacement, a move in line with its
‘green’ focus. .

A key feature of its capital investment
plans over the 2011-2013 period, Mr
Watchorn said, will be to replace old equip-
ment with new, thus reducing maintenance
costs and enhancing efficiency.

The AML Foods chief executive said he
and his management team were taking fur-

‘ther encouragement from the fact that both

financial numbers and internal research
showed “more people are coming back to
doing all their shopping with us”, rather
than shopping around at a variety of stores
to access all the specials.

“From the end of the second quarter
onwards”, Mr Watchorn said, AML Foods
had seen “consistent increases” in both
transaction volumes and per customer aver-
age spend, “which shows people see us as
offering good value”.

“We’ve always been very ‘good at man-
aging expenses,” Mr Watchorn said. “We
run a very lean machine here, and it’s only
when utility costs pressures come into play
that you see a movement on the expense
line.”

‘STATEMENT OF CLAIM
1. The Plaintiff is a law firm carrying on a legal practice from their offices situate in

Geneva, Switzerland.

2. The Defendant is a resident of the Bahamas, residing at Bacardi House, Columbia
Road, Lyford Cay, New Providence, Bahamas.

3. By an agreement in writing dated 26" July 2010(“the agreement’), he Plaintiff ogress to
provide legal services to the Defendant by representing him in an appeal to the Swiss
Federat Court in Geneva, Switzerland, in consideration for which the Defendant agreed
to pay for such services on a time spent basis at the usual hourly professional rates of
certain pariners and associates of the firrn having the conduct of the appeal, together
with related disbursements including the engagerrient of agents to translate relevant
documents into the French language for the appeal.

4. itwas a condition of the agreement that the Defendant should pay for the said legal
services (“the legal services”) as billed on a monthly basis by the Plaintiff and should
pay an advance retainer of Thirty Thousand United States dollars (US$30,000.00) to the
Plaintiff, to be applied by the Plaintiff towards payment of the legal services as they
arose, which retainer was duly paid by the Defendant.

5. The Plaintiff provided the legal services to the Defendant in the period between the 23rd
July 2010 and the 30” October 2010 and billed the Defendant on a monthly basis
pursuant to the agreement by invoices respectively dated 31° August, 1" October and

-31* October, 2010. After applying the said retainer, the balance due to the Plaintiff is the
sum of One Hundred and Eleven Thousand Six Hundred and Fifty-four Swiss france

(CHF 114,654).

6. In breach of the agreement, the Defendant has failed and/or refused to pay the said
balance remaining due to the Plaintiff, notwithstanding several demands for payment
made to the Defendant by the Plaintiff, ending with a demand letter from the Plaintiff's
Bahamian attorneys dated 8" December 2010,

7. inthe circumstances, the Plaintiff has suffered loss and damage.

The Tribune and that the said publication be deemed good. and sufficient service of the said

Writ of Summons on the Defendant.

Dated this 28" day of January, 2011.

BY ORDER OF THE COURT

‘ Dn etn bee Rivee
REGISTRAR +> ~

COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS REME Courr 2010




IN THE SUPREME COURT
: : CLE/GENINo. 01699

Common Law & Equity Division

BETWEEN

BONNANT WARLUZEL & ASSGCIES, a Firm
Plaintiff
AND
‘ : AMIR WEISSFISCH
Defendant

Elizabeth THE SECOND by the Grace of Gad, Queen of the Commonwealth of ‘The Bahamas and of her
other realms and territories, Head of the Commonwealth. -

To: Mr Amir Weissfisch,
Bacardi House,
Columbia Road,
Lyford Cay,

New Providence,
Bahamas.

WE COMMAND YOU That within 14 days after service of this writ on you inclusive of the day of stich
service you do cause an pc elas to be entered for you in an action at the suit of

Bonnant Warluzel & Associes,
Advocates & Altorneys,
. 12 Rue de Saint-Victor,

Case Postal 473,

1211 Geneva 12,

Switzerland.
And take notice that in default of your so doing the Plaintiff may proceed therein, and judgment may be:
given in-your absence.

WITNESS The’ Honourable
Qur Chief Justice of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas the 20th day of December
of Our Lord Two Thousand and Ten.

in the year

REGISTRAR

N.B.- This Writ is to be served within twelve calendar months from the date thereof, or, if renewed,
within six calendar months from the date of the last renewal, including the day of such date, and
not afterwards

The defendant may enter appearance personally or by attorney either by handing the appropriate
forms, duly completed, at the Registry of the Supreme Court, Public Square, in the City of
Nassau in the island of New Providence, ar by sending them to that office by post.

If the defendant enters an appearance he must also deliver a defence to: the attorney for the plaintiff
within fourteen days from the last day of the time limited for appearance, unless such time is extended by
the Court, otherwise judgement may be entered against him without notice, unless he has in the meantime
been served with 4 summons for judgment.





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Particul f

) Balencs due for iegal services .as aforesaid, namely CHF(Swiss francs} 444 (654;
ome ‘ - Interest thereon pursuant to the Civil Procedure (Award of Interest) Act, 1992:

AND THE PLAINTIFF CLAIMS:-

o The said sum of CHF(Swiss francs) 117,654, being alas to US$113,168.91 as at
the date hereof;

{ii} Interest thereon as aforesaid;

(ili) Costs;

{iv) Such further or other relief as: the Court may deem just or expedient.

Dated the 20" day of December, A.D. 2010.

Dit i... 24

Sor . . Reberts,lgaacs & Ward,
: Counsel & Attorneys,
. Chambers, _
The Rigarno Building,
Bay Street & Victoria Avenue,
Nassau,Bahamas.

Attorneys for the Plaintiff




ee en R EAA A OE RS

ASUPREME COURT
JAN20 208





COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAR
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Common Law & Equity Division. NASSAU, BAHAMAS
BETWEEN |
BONNANT WARLUZEL & ASSOCIES, a Firm -
Plaintiff

AND

AMIR WEISSFISCH
Defendant

NOTICE OF CHANGE OF ATTORNEY |
TAKE NOTICE that MISIEWICZ & CO., Chambers, Suite No. 7, Grosvenor Close &



Shirley Street, Nassau, The Bahamas has been appointed to act as Attorney for BONNANT
WARLUZEL & ASSOCIES, a Finn, the Plaintiff in this matter instead of ROBERTS, ISAACS

& WARD., the Rigarno Building, Bay Street North and Victoria Avenue, Nassau, The Bahamas.

Dated this 19" day of January, A. D., 2011

| hy 2 .&
mae it
Chambers, Suite No. 7

Grosvenor Close & Shirley Street
Nassau, The Bahamas
Attorneys for the Plaintiff

TO: The Defendant and/or his Attomeys TO: ROBERTS, ISAACS & WARD
Nassau, The Bahamas The Rigamo Building
Bay Street North & Victoria Avenue
Nassau, The Bahamas



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Mortgage loans:
20%+ in arrears

FROM page 1B

creeping up to 4.62 per cent
in 2007, hitting 6.02 per cent
in 2008 and then 8.37 per
cent in 2009.

Despite the concerning
default situation, Bahamian
commercial banks have still
been growing their mort-
gage portfolios, albeit at a
much slower rate during the
recession as borrowing can-

to find.

The worth of outstanding
mortgages increased by 18
per cent and 13 per cent
respectively in 2006 and
2007, rising by $339 million
and $291 million in those
two years. However, the
growth rate slowed to sin-
gle digits in 2008, with 9 per
cent or $225 million growth,
before falling to 5 per cent
and 4’per cent respectively

those two years, some $128
million and $105 million in
new mortgage loans were
extended.

The total worth of out-
standing mortgages, mean-
while, rose from $1.896 bil-
lion in 2005 to $2.235 billion
by year-end 2006, increas-
ing further to $2.526 billion
in 2007, $2.751 billion in
2008, $2.879 billion at year-
end 2009, and $2. 984 billion
in 2010.





didates dry up or prove hard

in 2009 and 2010. During

Attorney's ‘wait and see’ on new US AG demands

FROM page 1B

attorney-in-fact, Michael Paton, has failed and -
-refused to repatriate to the United States and

this court’s jurisdiction the assets of the Car-
dina] Trust”.

In her affidavit, she claimed that Queensway
Trustees, a St Kitts and Nevis Corporation,
became Cardinal’s trustee on May 1, 1998,
and that on July 14 that year, the latter’s assets
were transferred to it.

The New Jersey deputy attorney general
alleged that Queensway was “controlled by
Michael Paton, of Lennox Paton, 4 Bahamian
law firm”.

Order

She is now seeking an order from the New
Jersey Bankruptcy Court to re-open Bren-
nan’s case, “with the intention that by separate
motion, ‘an order repatriating the Cardinal
Trust will be granted such that the assets may
be available for distribution to aggrieved
investors”.

_Mr Paton, a leading partner in Lennox Paton
and a former Bahamas Financial Services
Board (BFSB) chairman, yesterday told Tri-
bune Business that the move to re-open the
case was “unfortunate”, and he would now
wait to see whether the court granted the order
the New Jersey deputy attorney general was
seeking.

Denying any wrongdoing, as the court doc-

uments might imply, Mr Paton said: “We’ll
have to wait and see whether or not the Fed-
eral Bankruptcy court agrees to re-open the
casé, and that’s not a foregone conclusion.
We'll have to wait and see what happens.

“Tt’s unfortunate, but we’ll deal with it as it
comes.

“In re-opening the case, there’s a whole lot
of issues. We will have to see what their inter-
ests are. It’s not a foregone conclusion, and it’s
highly unusual to do this.”

Mr Paton said that since Queensway
Trustees was domiciled.in St Kitts, he was
bound by two court rulings made in that juris-
diction relating to the Cardinal Trust, rather
than two US court orders which required its
assets to be sold and assigned to the New Jer-
sey Attorney General.

The St Kitts court had ruled that as a result
of a December 28, 2001, agreement where
Brennan and the Cardinal Trust’s beneficiaries
handed over all rights and title to the Cardinal
Trust’s assets to the US bankruptcy trustee,
they had forfeited their interest in the trust’s
assets. In addition, the US bankruptcy trustee
handling Brennan’s estate was found to have
“no standing” in relation to the Cardinal Trust.

Subsequently, the same court found that
the Cardinal Trust’s beneficiaries had forfeit-
ed their rights to the assets; too, and that the
trust was entitled to designate a Catholic
church in St Kitts as a beneficiary and chari-
table organisation for charitable purposes.

“That, to me, is the operating rule of law that
I’m bound by,” Mr Paton said of the St Kitts
court ruling. '

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BUSINESS

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FROM page 1B

year-over-year sales increase
experienced during the three
‘months to end-January 2011
had been seen at all Solomon’s
SuperCentre and Cost Right
stores, and he said: “We’re stay-
ing the course.”

AML Foods was set to create
close to 100 jobs this year, Mr
Watchorn told Tribune Busi-
ness, with recruiting for the 70-
75 staff required for its
Solomon’s Fresh Market store
expected to start in the sum-

mer. The BISX-listed food .

group was also possibly a week
away from finalising a lease
agreement with the landlord for
another Domino’s Pizza outlet,
Mr Watchorn said, a develop-
ment that would create another
20 jobs.

And the almost-$400,000
expansion at Solomon’s Super-
Centre in Freeport pre-Christ-

mas had created eight jobs, Mr
Watchorn said, two of which
were in its newly-opened in-
store liquor concession.

Speaking to Tribune Busi-
ness after AML Foods, which
currently faces a ‘hostile
takeover’ offer from City Mar-
kets principal Mark Finlayson,
unveiled a 64.1 per cent drop
in net profits to $239,000 for its
fiscal 2011 third quarter, Mr
Watchorn said of the results:
“They’re pretty close to expec-
tations.

“We’ve known all through-
out the year that the first part of
the [financial] year would be
challenging for us, given every-
thing that was happening, and
that we would do better from
the third quarter onwards.

“While we were still behind
last year for the period, we feel
that was the end of the negative
declines, and that’s borne out
by the fourth quarter.”

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AML FOODS Q4 SALES GROW

AML Foods saw group sales
increase by 2.6 per cent during
the three months to end-Octo-
ber 2010, laying the foundation
for a much bigger improvement
during the key fourth quarter,
which included the busy Christ-
mas shopping season.

’ “We have recorded just
under a 9 per cent sales
increase for the fourth quarter,
year-over-year, and that was
pretty much across the board
for all brands, all stores,” Mr
Watchorn told Tribune Busi-

ness. “We’ve been setting a lot .

of groundwork for when things
come about, and the work
that’s being done has started to
pay off for us, and will continue
to pay off for us. We’ve been

~ doing a lot of things, both in-.
store, new sales avenues, new’

product opportunities. We
work on a lot of things, and
when they come together, you
get the sales we have.”

AML Foods’ third quarter

rofits, while well behind the
86 65,000 recorded for the pre-
vious year, and 58 per cent

down on the $568,000 generat-
ed from continuing operations,
were an improvement on the
almost-69 -per cent fall in net
income recorded for the first

‘nine months.

Profits for that period to end-
October were down at
$904,000, compared to $2.887
million the year before. That
former figure was also 68 per
cent‘ down on the $2.811 mil-
lion generated from continuing
operations the year before.

Declining to comment on Mr
Finlayson’s proposed. tender
offer, Mr Watchorn told Tri-
bune Business that investment
costs, for the group’s new
Solomon’s Fresh Market store
were still pegged at $4.5-$5 mil-
lion. AML Foods had already
spent $0.5 million on “securing
deposits” for equipment to out-
fit that location, situated in New
Providence Development Com-
pany’s new Town Centre for
western New Providence, being
especially conscious of rising
steel prices. The company. was
moving to lock-in prices now,

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Notice
In. the Estate of ‘Lillian Olean
Johnson, late of Graham_ Drive,

Yellow ° Elder Gardetis

Providence one of the Islands of the

Commonwealth of The Bahamas,

deceased.

Notice is hereby given that all
persons having. claim or demand
against the above Estate are required

so send their names, addresses and the ~

particulars of their debts or claims
duly certified in: writing to the
undersigned on or before the 31st day
of January , A. D., 2011 after which
date the Executors will proceed to
distribute the estate having regard

only to the proved debts or claims of |

which notice would have been given.

Notice is also hereby given that all
persons indebted to the said Estate
are requested. to make full settlement
on or before the date hereinbefore
eneniOned:

COMMONWEALTH LAW ADVOCATES
Chambers
No. 79 Duncanson House
Montrose Avenue
Nassau, Bahamas
Attorneys for the Executors of the Estate of
Lillian Olean Johnson

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that MARKENSON ISMA of 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 27" DAY of JANUARY 2011 to the
Minister responsible for nationality and Citizenship, P.O. Box N-7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.

NOTICE

INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

NOTICE is hereby given that ALEESHA DENISH
JENOURE of Soldier Road (East) in the Eastern District
of The Island of New Providence is applying to the Chief
Passport Officer to change her Surname to BURNS, and
that any person who knows any reason why the change
of Surname to BURNS should not be allowed, should
-send a written and signed statement of the facts ‘within
Thirty (80) days from the 1st day of February, 2011 to
the Chief Passport Officer PRO.BOX N-8137 Nassau,

Bahamas eu

Oot



COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2009
IN THE SUPREME COURT CLE/qui/No. 114
Common Law & Equity Division

IN THE MATTER OF that piece parcel or lot of land containing
110.690 acres being a portion.of the Thomas Hodgson Grant
F-19 situate in the vicinity of the Public High School in the
Settlement of “Swain” in the Island of Mangrove Cay in the

|CIN THE MATTER OF the Petition of Re¥Huberf King under P
the Queuing I Titles Act, 1959

NOTICE
Rev. Hubert King of Mangrove Cay on the Island of Andros

. claims to be the owner in fee simple in possession of the said

piece, parcel or lot-of land containing one hundred and ten and
sixty nine hundredths acres situate west of the main public road
in the vicinity of the public high school in the Settlement of
Swain, Mangrove Cay in the said Island of Andros abutting and
bounding towards the northeast by other portion of Crown Grand
F-19 to Thomas ‘Hodgson towards the southeast by a forty feet
wide road reservation towards the southwest partly by a portion
of Crown Grant to William Hepburn and partly by crown land
toward the northwest by other portion of Crown Grant F-19 to
Thomas Hodgson and has made application to the Supreme Court
of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas under Section’3 of the
Quieting Titles Act, 1959 to have his title to the land investigated
and the nature and extent thereof determined and declared in a
Certificate of Title to be granted by the Court in accordance with
the provisions of the said Act. Copies of the Petition and the filed
Plan may be inspected during normal working hours at:-

The Registry of the Supreme Court
Ansbacher House
Nassau, Bahamas

The Office of the Administrator .
Mangrove Cay
Andros, Bahamas

Rolle, Newton & Co.
Dowdeswell Street
Nassau, Bahamas

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that any person having rights to
‘dower or an adverse claim or claim not recognized in the Petition
shall on or before the expiration of Thirty (30) days after the final
publication of these presents file in the Supreme Court in the City
of Nassau in the Island of New Providence aforesaid and serve
on the Petitioner or the undersigned a statement of your claim in
the prescribed form verified by an Affidavit to be filed therewith
together with a plan of the area claimed and.an abstract of title to
the said area claimed by you.

Failure of any such person to file and serve a statement of his
claim on or before the expiration of the said Thirty (30) days will
operate as a bar to such claim.

Dated this 24" day of January, A.D..2010

ROLLE, NEWTON & CO. *
Suite 6, Gomez Building
Dowdeswell Street
Nassau, Bahamas

rather than pay more in three-
six months time.

“We are speaking with our
next Domino’s landlord,” Mr
Watchorn told Tribune Busi-
ness, although he declined to
reveal the intended location.
“We do expect to formalise
something with the landlord in
the next week or so.

“It will give us another
Domino’s store, and we are in
the initial discussion stages of
bringing another franchise to
the Bahamas. We’ve made con-
tact, aré smiling across the
dance floor, and that will move
ahead slowly but steadily.”

Declining to name the’poten-
tial franchise, other than to con-
firm it was “definitely” a food
brand, Mr Watchorn said it was
difficult to put a timeline.on
when the negotiations would
conclude, given the processes

involved in dealing with major,

US companies.
“We need a couple of
months to talk to them, and

have a good idea of whether ~
we will do it or not,” Mr. ’

Watchorn said. He added that
the pre-Christmas Solomon’s
SuperCentre expansion in
Freeport had gone “very well”,
and told Tribune Business: “We
added 6,000 square feet - 4,000
square feet of floor space, and
2,000 square feet of back room
space. It allowed us to expand

the perishables, and it’s been -

very well received. The cus-
tomers loved it.”

The AML Foods chief exec-
utive said the company had
spent “just a shade under
$400,000” on that expansion,

which opened prior to Christ-

mas, while the in-store liquor
concession opened at the same

Solomon’s SuperCentre had
also “done very well”.

“Despite the naysayers, it’s
not turned the population into
alcoholics,” Mr Watchorn joked
of the move. “The controls are
in place. to ensure the demo-
graphics we want go in there,
the housewife who wants a bot-
tle of wine for dinner, and I
don’t think it’s hurt any liquor
business up there.”

Some two staff had been
hired for the liquor store, with
the Freeport expansion adding
eight in total. Mr Watchorn said
the liquor outlet was inside the
Solomon’s SuperCentre store,
but “segregated”, with its own
entrance door.

AML Foods was now “work-
ing on putting” a liquor outlet
inside its Cost Right store in
the same city, and is poised to
move in the same direction in
Nassau. While no formal

_ . Tequests for approval have been

submitted, Mr Watchorn said
he did not see why they would

be opposed, given that others

have alréady done the same.

“If this new Dominos goes
ahead, there may be another
20employees there, and there
will be 70-75 at Fresh Market,
with the: recruitment process
for that starting in mid-sum-
mer,” Mr Watchorn said. .
“We’re doing our bit to help
the economy and create jobs.”

On the issue of a year-end
dividend payment, while a mat-
ter for the Board to ‘decide,
with final financials still being
calculated, Mr' Watchorn said
he “anticipated” a payment
would be made to sharehold-
ers that was at least as much as
the $0.04 per share they
received in 2010.

zs

Legal Notice

NOTICE

. SENTA HOLDINGS LIQUIDATION

SN IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with section 137 of the
International Business Companies Act 2000 SENTA HOLDINGS

- LIMITED is in dissolution.

\ tn ys
The, Date of the Commencement «of dissolution: was 16th
September 2009. David Thain of Arner Bank & Trust (Bahamas) Ltd.,
Building:2 Caves Village, PO. Box N-3917 is the. Liquidator of
SENTA HOLDINGS LIMITED. All persons having claims against
the above: named company. are required to send their address. and
particulars of their debts - to the Liquidator before the 16th

: October 2009.

- Island of pies one of the Islands of the Commonwealth of SSB
° aaah tah #- j
in “ the’. - : The Bahiadmas'

Western District of the Island of New’ |’

Temple Chiistian Hi gh School
ENTRANCE
EXAMINATION

2011 - 2012

Temple Christian High School will hold its
Entrance Examination on SATURDAY,
FEBRUARY STH, 2011 at the school on
Shirley Street from 8:00 ‘a.m. - 12 noon for
students wishing to enter grades, 7, 8, 9 and
10. ies
‘ . ‘

Application forms are available at the High
School Office. The application fee is twenty
five dollars ($25.00), Application forms
should be completed and returned to the
school by Friday, February 4th, 2011.

For further information please call
_ 394-4481 or 394-4484 —



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Ministry Of The Environment
Port Department









Notice of Sitting for New Providence Port Authority Board al . a a = 2 e Beach _ eat
to consider Applications For Licence Under The Boat Registration era LTD. Cable Beach Area)
Act Chapter (277) & Commercial Recreational Watercraft Act, 2006 P.O. Box N-3247
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the New Providence Port Authority Board for | ee ees
New Providence and the Family Islands will be held at the Port Administration Building, ; . 7 7 a
Prince George Wharf on Thursday 24" February, 2011 at 3:00 p-m. for the purpose of . nee - ee ri a Pox , a rs ae Ri :
granting licences under The Boat Registration Act Chapter 277 & Commercial a LTD , Cable Beach es
Recreational Watercraft Act, 2006. P.O. Box N-3247
Any Person entitled to and wishing to object to any application should do so at least six ae |
©) days pied the date of the hearing by submitting his/her objections in writing to the NB/17/11 Dames Okinawa “Banana Tubie’ D 12 Rental
ard an a the applicant. . Nassau, Bahamas 16ft (Atlantis East
Persons attending the meeting on behalf of an applicant must produce written . to Island
authorization at the meeting. ; )
Applicants for renewals are not required to attend, unless they have received written Se on N. sy o tie fps nein y can Beach *
notification from the New Providence Port Authority Board. a Area Cable
The under mentioned persons have applied for the grant of licences as specified below. .
NB/19/11 Dames Okinawa “Banana Boat” B 12 (Cable Beach,
Nassau, Bahamas 20ft Area
: Boston Whaler Cable Beach)
: _ Fiberglass
NEW BOAT LICENCE-NEW PROVIDENCE :
NB/20/11 Dames Okinawa “Banana Boat” B 12 (Atlantis East
REGNO APPLICATION BOAT CLASS PASS USE | Nassau, Bahamas 20ft Beach, Area
NAME _ Boston Whaler ; Paradise Island)
Fiberglass
NB/04/11 Burrows Alan J. “Tropixzone” B - 12 Charter Boat
P.O. Box SP-64068 69ft Operation iF -NEW.
Nassau, Bahamas Hatteras
' Motoryacth E
scien ; REGNO. PREVIOUS OWNER NEW OWNER CLASS PASS USE
‘ ‘5 NP: 107 ATE Jacdenjober Watersports Sherman Godfrey 2 Rental
NB/05/i1 a ye ae aay Too” A a) Charter Boat P.O. Box CR-55350 P.O. Box N-3330 (Atlantis
.O. Box CR- Operation fassau, Bahamas Nassau, Bahamas Beach
Nassau, Bahamas 1989 Luhrs , : oo ” ‘ 3 ot East,
Fiberglass : Paradise
; . Island)
co. R A!
NEW JET SKI- -NEW PRO
REGNO — APPLICA BOAT CLASS PASS USE . REG NO AEPLICATION - BOATNAME CLASS ASS USE
NAME 4, ;
NP: 150 ATE Anderson Elvis “No Name” D 2 Rental
NB/05/11 Ryan Jupp “No Name” D 2. Rental ; Nassau, Bahamas ot
P.O. Box SS-6863 9ft (Atlantis JetSki
Nassau, Bahamas Jet Ski Beach East, ’
, Paradise ;
Island) NP: 151 ATE Anderson Elvis “NoName” =D 2 Rental
- Nassau, Bahamas _ Oft i
RCIAL RECREATIONAL WATE : Jet Ski y
NEW BOAT LICENCE-NEW PROV) E
: / NP: 811 BSC: Bastian Keith : “No Name” ‘D 2 Rental
: . : : Z ; : P.O. Box CR-6678 Oft :
REG NO APPLICANT BOAT NAME ; CLASS PASS. USE, oe pe os" Nassau, Bahamas Jet Ski
NB/03/11 Aquamarine “Banana Boat” B 10’ Banana Bost _| NP: 813 BSC Bastian Keith - “No Name” D 2 Rental.
Watersport 22ft North | (Sheraton P.O. Box CR-6678 of
Activities LTD: American Open Beach Resort, Nassau, Bahamas Jet Ski
P.O. Box N-3247 Fisherman Cable Beach Area) ;
: - BC NP: 502 SAN Bonimy Dainette “No Name” D 2 Rental
Nassau, Bahamas Nassau, Bahamas 10ft —
NB/04/11_. Aquamarine “Aquacycle” B 2 Rental (Sheraton Jet Ski
Watersport Tht Beach Resort, :
s. ege a
Activities LTD. Cable Beach Area) NP: 632ATW. — Campbell Al “No Name” D 3 Rental
P.O: Box N-3247 _ Nassau, Bahamas Oft :
Nassau, Bahamas Jet Ski
| | NP: 120 ATE Cartwright Wendell “No Name” D 2 . Rental
NB/05/11 Aquamarine “Aquacyle” .B 2 Rental (Sheraton _ Nassau, Bahamas oft
Watersport — Tht Beach Resort, Jet Ski
Activities LTD. . Cable Beach Area) ee
P.O. Box N-3247 ° ; co ATE ia a oe ~ Name” D 2 Rental
: WC, y Hour rts”
Nassau, Bahamas: : Nassau, Bahamas Jet Ski
NB/06/11_ Aquamarine “Kayak” B 2 Rental (Sheraton NP: 133 ATE - Vivian Bain “No Name” D 2 Rental
Watersport 10 Beach Resort, (0.C.) “Happy Hour Watersports” ft .
Activities LTD. . Cable Beach Area) ... Nassau, Bahamas Jet Ski
P:0. Box N-3247 . .
Dini, aco : NP: 169 ATE Jacdenjonber Watersport . “NoName” .° D 2 Rental
NB/07/11 Aquamarine “Kayak” — B 2 Rental (Sheraton < ie a ie Ski
Watersport 8ft Beach Resort,
Activities LTD. Cable Beach Area) NP: 644ATW ——_Jacdenjonber Watersport © “No Name” D 2 Rental
P.O. Box N-3247 P.O. Box CR-55350 8ft ;
Nassau, Bahamas Nassau, Bahamas Jet Ski
NB/08/11 Aquamarine “Kayak” B 2 Rental (Sheraton NP: 658 ATW J acdenjonber Watersport-- “No Name” D 2 Rental
Watersport 10ft Beach Resort, P.O. Box CR-55350 ft
Activities LTD. Cable Beach Area) Nassau, Bahamas. _ Jet Ski
P.O: Box N-3247
Nassau, Bal NP: 600 ATW Jacdenjonber Watersport § “No Name” D 2 Rental
P.O. Box CR-55350 8ft
NB/09/11 Aquamarine “Kayak” B 2 Rental (Sheraton . Nassau, Bahamas Jet Ski
Wi 7 10ft Beach Resort,
Activities LTD. Cable Beach Area) NP: 601 ATW Jacdenjonber Watersport . “No Name”. D 2 Rental
P.O. Box N-3247 . P.O Box CR-55350 8ft
Nassau, Bahamas ; Nassau, Bahamas — Jet Ski
NB/10/11 A Say “Kayak” B 2 Rental (Sheraton NP: 159 AWE Spr sa a a Name” D 2 Rental
Watersport 10ft Poin ae ae i Neceins, Bahamas Jet Ski
Activities LTD. Cable Beach Area) |
P.O. Box N-3247. 29 NP: 119ATE —_Jacdenj ‘ ”
: yonber Watersport ‘No Name’ D 2 Rental
Nassau, Bahamas P.O. Box CR-55350 8ft
Nassau, Bahamas Jet Ski
NB/11/11 Aquamarine “Kayak” B 2 Rental (Sheraton
: Watersport 10ft . Beach Resort, NP: 102 ATE Jacdenjonber Watersport © “No Name” D 2 "Rental
Activities LTD. Cable Beach Area) P.O. Box CR-55350 of ,
P.O. Box N-3247 Nassau, Bahamas Jet Ski
Nassau, Bahamas peas
: , NP: 103 ATE Jacdenjonber Watersport § “No Name” D 2 Rental
NB/12/11 Aquamarine © “Kayak” B 2 Rental (Sheraton ee ;
Watersport 10ft Beach Resort, Nassau, Bahamas Jet Ski
oa " eae NP: 123 ATE —_Jacdenjonber Watersport “NoName” DD 2 Rental
peat P.O. Box CR-55350 OF .
assau, Bahamas . Nassau, Bahamas Jet Ski
NB/13/11_ Aquamarine “Kayak” B 2 Rental (Sheraton NP: 646 ATW ——_Jacdenj :
: \jonber Watersport “No Name D 2 Rental
Watersport 10ft Beach Resort, P.O. Box CR-55350 of
Activities LTD. Cable Beach Area) ’ Nassau, Bahamas Jet Ski
P.O. Box N-3247 |
Nassau, Bahamas NP:501SAN Mare Christie "No Name” =D 2 Rental
Nassau, Bahamas AO
NB/14/11 Aquamarine “Kayak” B 2 Rental (Sheraton Jet Ski
'. Watersport 10ft Beach Resort, ae ”
Activities LTD. Cable Beach Area) NP: 500 SAN = —_. i Name’ D 2 Rental
P.O. Box N-3247 jassau, oe i :

Nassau, Bahamas





























NP: 138 ATE

NP: 137 ATE
NP: 730 RCE
NP: 731 RCB
NP: 732 RCB
NP: 733 RCB
NP: 734 RCB
NP: 735 RCB

@

NP: 736 RBC

~ NP: 738 RCB

NP: 739 RCB

NP: 807 BSC

NP: 829 BSC

NP: 607 ATW

NP: 751 RCB
i '

NP: 506 SAN

_ NP: 512 SAN

NP: 511SAN

NP: 510 SAN

NP: 127 ATE

NP: 642 ATW

NP: 6841
NP: 6398
NP: 6849
NP: 6314
NP: diss
os

NP: 6832

NP; 1628

NP: 737 RCB

NP: 808 BSC. .

NP: 606 ATW

_ NP: 503 SAN

Muoroe Jervin
Nassau, Bahamas

Ocean Adventures
Nassau, Bahamas

Ocean Adventures —

Nassau, Bahamas
Ocean Adventures
Nassau, Bahamas

Ocean Adventures
Nassau, Bahamas

Ocean Adventures

Nassau, Bahamas

_ Ocean Adventures |

Nassau, Bahamas

Ocean Adventures
Nassau, Bahamas

Ocean Adventures
Nassau, Bahamas

Ocean Adventures
Nassau, Bahamas —

Nassau, Bahamas

Rhema Watersports

Nassau, Bahamas ©

Rhema Watersports

Nassau, Bahamas

Rolle
» P.O. Box N-9689
Nassau, Bahamas

Rolle Cephas ,
P.O. Box.N-9689
Nassau, Bahamas

Rolle Nigel

P.O. Box CB-12591
Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas
Sands Rodino
Nassau, Bahamas

’ Sands Rodino. _
Nassau, Bahamas

Nassau, Bahamas

Smith Vernal _

Shamane Sweeting
Nassau, Bahamas *

‘Wright Frankie R.

Nassau, Bahamas Ry

APPLICATION
A&M Holdings Ltd.
P.O. Box CB-11813
Nassau, Bahamas -

Adderley Farron
P.O. Box SB-10504
Nassau, Bahamas’ :

Aqua Tour Ltd.
P.O. Box SS-5693
Nassau, Bahamas ° ;

Bahamas Ferries ©
P.O. Box 3709
‘Nassau Bahamas

Bahamas Ferries na
P.O. Box 3709
Nassau Bahamas :

Bahamas Ferries
P.O. Box 3709
Nassau Bahamas

Blades Carl
P.O. Box GT-2009
Nassau, Bahamas

Blades Carl
P.O. Box GT-2009
Nassau, Bahamas

Born Free Charters _
P.O. Box SS-5338. °°
Nassau, Bahamas

BomFreelI _.
P.O. Box SS-5338
Nassau, Bahamas

Born Free: II '
P.O. Box SS-5338_ .
Nassau, Bahamas

Bonimy Roger W.

P.O. Box N-620
Nassau, Bahamas





Brown Leslie &
Houlbert Rubin
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 6758 Dean’s Shipping Co.
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 6404 Dean Earnest R. .
ar Nassau, Bahamas -
NP: 6213 Gibson Liefred
P.O.Box SB-52061
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 6827.” Kosoy David
P.O. Box N-1812
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 1628 = Boni Free
4 P.O. Box SS-5338
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 2333. Bom Free Il
. P.O. Box SS-5338
: Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 2579 Bonimy Roger W. '
P.O. Box N-620 _
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 1890 Brown Leslie &
Houlbert Rubin
Nassau, Bahamas
-NP: 6758 Dean’s Shipping Co.
: s Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 6404. —- Dean Eamest R.
: Nassau, Bahamas
“NP: 6213 Gibson‘Liefred
P.O.Box SB-52061
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 6827 Kosoy David °
P.O: Box N-1812
Nassau, Bahamas
‘NP: 6839 Newhall Jeffety &
veh? Ramon
P.O.Box CB-13124
ae Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 962 Pratt John N.
- +: P.O. Box SS-5693
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 2584 Smith Harry
. P.O. Box SS-5457
Nassau, Bahamas
" NP:.6632" Strachan Garth .
P.O. Box N-1384
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 6823 Thompson John
; Nassau, Bahamas *
NP: 745 Eleuthera Express
* . Shipping Co. Ltd.
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 2254 ‘ Turnquest Lloyd
P.O. Box SB-51345
NP: 6358 Turnquest Peter &
Yvette
Nassau, Bahamas
LICENCE NO
NP: 0032
NP: 0121
. NP: 0116
NP: 0005
NP: 0118
NP: 0011
NP: 0107
NP: 0105
NP: 0098
NP: 0091
NP: 0119
NP: 0007
NP: 0063
LICENCE #
6737
8266
6409
8585

“Full Moon “ A

“M/V Legen 9 A

“M/V/ Legacy”. A

“Pirates A
Princess I”
“Sunrise I” A

“BomFreel” B

“Born Free” B

‘Dreadnaught” . B

i

“M/V Legend” A

“M/V/ Legacy” A

“Pirates A
Princess II”
“Sunrise I” A

“Ramona Lynn” B
“My Time” A
“Uncle C” B

“G-Man” B

“Dixie Rose” A

“Eleuthera A
Express”
’ “Mary Jane” ss &B

“Lady Simone” B

“Full Moon“ =A

120

12

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120

70

120

60

THE TRIBUNE
GN-1175

Ferry Boat

Cargo
Cargo

Ferry Boat

Charter

Ferry Boat

Ferry Boat

Cargo
Ferry Boat
' Charter

Charter

- Charter —

Ferry Boat

Water Sport

Charter

Mail Boat

Ferry Boat

Ferry & Charter
Boat

RENEWAL OF COMMERCIAL RECREATIONAL WATERCRAFT

NAME

Conyers Dexter ‘
Nassau, Bahamas

Curtis Aaron D.
Nassau, Bahamas

Demeritte Raymond -
* Nassau; Bahamas

Cartwright Wendell J.

Nassau, Bahamas .-

“Fowler Ronald

Nassau, Bahamas

Glinton Patrick N.
Nassau, Bahamas

Jones Jerome
P:O. Box CR-55350
Nassau, Bahamas

Kerr Dexter
P.O, Box CR-55350
Nassau, Bahamas

Lightbourne Revardo V.

Nassau, Bahamas

Lightbourne Terrance

Nassau, Bahamas

Neely Marco M.
Nassau, Bahamas

Sweeting Shamane S.

Nassau, Bahamas

Wright Frankie R.
Nassau, Bahamas

OPERATOR’S LICENCE-NEW PROVIDENCE oa

CLASS”

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Curry Neil H,
P.O. Box EL-27500

Spanish Wells, Eleuthera
Hepbum Desmond R..

P.O. Box AB-20361

Marsh Harbour, Abaco

Tons Nickalas O.
P.O. Box F-42416

Freeport, Grand Bahama

Lowe Lloyd B
Staniel Cay, Exuma



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RENEWAL OF MASTER’S LICENCE -FAMILY ISLAND

LICENCE #
1297

7919

6918

1161

LICENCE

8125
6284
1072
7836
6895
7755

8047
5071

. 6123
7180
6163
6565
6697
5065
isi
6631
7617
2118
1559

8143

7036

7053

NAME

Pinder Charles W.
Spanish Wells , Eleuthera

Smith Kyle L
P.O. Box F-43216
‘Freeport, Grand Bahama

Smith Moses
Freeport, Grand Bahama

Stafford Michael T.
P.O. Box F-44150
Freeport, Grand Bahama

RENEWAL OF MASTER’S — NEW PROVIDENCE

NAME



Adderley Gregory
P.O: Box NP-8759
‘Nassau, Bahamas

Armbrister Lee
P:O. Box N-10840
Nassau, Bahamas

Barry Hugo V.
P.O..Box SS-19551
Nassau, Bahamas

' Blades Carl
\ P.O. Box GT-2009
-\ Nassau,. Bahamas

Bonimy Roger W.
P.O. Box N-620
Nassau, Bahamas

Brown Leslie
P.O. Box N-7266. -
Nassau, Bahamas

Cartwright Antonia L
Nassau, Bahamas.

Carroll Roger W.
Nassau, Bahamas

Cartwright Jason V.A.
P.O. Box N-813-
Nassau, Bahamas

Clarke Kelvin: .
P.O. Box N-5693
‘Nassau, Bahamas

Curtis Courtney W.
P.O. Box N-4167
Nassau, Bahamas

‘Dobbins Frederick J.
P.O. Box SS-5693 °

Nassau, Bahamas

Doyle Edward
P.O. Box CB-12730
Nassau, Bahamas

Doyle Francis
P.O. Box CB-12730
Nassau, Bahamas

Ferguson Bertram
' P.O. Box N-552
Nassau, Bahamas

Flowers Wayne C.
Nassau, Bahamas

Frost James E.
_P.O. Box SS-9153
Nassau, Bahamas

Gibson Leifred
P.O. Box SB-52061
Nassau, Bahamas

Joffre Cyril D.
P.O. Boc N-8486
Nassau, Bahamas

Knowles Byron R.
Nassau, Bahamas

Knowles James R.
P.O. Box SS-19448
Nassau, Bahamas

Knowles Mark A.
Nassau, Bahamas .

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The advisers include law
firm Kirkland & Ellis LLP,
Goldman Sachs nd Black-
stone Group LP, said the
WSJ, which projected that a
“high stakes chess mat °
between the investors ..
took the company private and
those who own the debt will
likely follow.

Analysts anticipate Kerzn-
er will not be able to refi-
nance the loans for the full
$2.6 billion because the val-
ue of the collateral on offer -
Atlantis, Paradise Island, a
partial interest in Kerzner's
One & Only resort in Los

. Cabos, Mexico, and 76 acres
of undeveloped land near
Atlantis - is now “less than
that amount”, said the WSJ.

Meanwhile, debt-analysis

firm Realpoint proposes that -

if sold at their current value,
the proceeds of the sale of
Atlantis and the other assets

"would barely be enough to.

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estate assets of Kerzner had
significant potential.

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(GY GIOBAL ECONOMIC NEWS

A look at economic developments and activity in major
stock markets around the world Wednesday:

CAIRO — Moody's Investors Service downgraded the ratings
for five Egyptian banks while Standard & Poor's lowered its ratings
for two banks, the latest volley of bad news for the economy of a
nation mired in violent protests.

Both international ratings agencies cited the political turmoil in

Egypt and its potential impact on the country's economy, raising « |

concerns that included a possible liquidity squeeze and govern-
ment's ability to support the banking sector.

Analysts have also grown increasingly concerned that the chaos
in Egypt will begin to affect other countries in the oil-rich Mideast.

DUBLIN — Ratings agency Standard & Poor's cut its credit
grade for Ireland. S&P warned that it could lower the rating more
because of doubts about the true scale of defaulting loans yet to sur-
face in the country's largely state-owned banks.

S&P's reduction took Ireland's credit rating down one notch to
A minus. That's a shallower cut than the ones imposed last month
by Moody's and Fitch after Ireland's November negotiation of a
potential 67.5 billion euro ($93 billion) credit line from the Euro-
pean Union and International Monetary Fund.

LONDON — Fighting on the streets of Cairo weighed on sen-
timent, pushing European stocks down from earlier highs, while the:
‘euro eased from three-month highs against the dollar after a rat-
ings downgrade of Ireland. Germany's DAX closed almost
unchanged, while the CAC-40 in France fell 0.2 percent. The
FTSE 100 index of leading British shares rose 0.7 percent.

TOKYO — Earlier in Asia, Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225
stock average gained 1.8 percent and Hong Kong's Hang Seng
advanced 1.8 percent. Markets in China and South Korea were
closed for the-Chinese Lunar New Year.

LISBON, Portugal — Financially troubled Portugal raised 1.26
billion euros in a Treasury bill sale and its borrowing costs fell.

Portugal is one of the most vulnerable economies in the 17-
nation eurozone due to its high debt and anemic growth, and it is
scrambling to avoid a bailout by adopting harsh austerity measures.

Tensions about Europe's debt woes are receding, however,
because investors hope European officials will announce a long-
term solution to the debt crisis by early next month.

MADRID — Spain's government, unions and business leaders
put up a united front as they signed a pact with reforms aimed at
boosting a fragile economy at the heart of Europe's debt crisis.

But yet more bad news preceded the signing at a high-profile cer-
emony at the prime minister's office: the number of people in
Spain filing for jobless benefits rose to a record 4.2 million. The
overall jobless rate stands at a staggering 20.3 percent.

The centerpiece of the pact is a measure approved last week by
the Cabinet to raise the retirement age gradually from 65 to 67
starting in 2013. . a

SAO PAULO — Brazil's government says the country's indus-
trial output rose 10.5 percent in 2010, the biggest increase in more
than two decades. Industrial production grew 10.9 percent in 1986.

MOSCOW — Russia's economy grew more than expected over
the past year and the government is undertaking initiatives to
accelerate growth further, the finance minister said.

BUDAPEST, Hungary — Hungary's prime: minister says the

end of private pension schemes in Hungary is "definitive" and

can't be overturned by the courts. :

Viktor Orban said the ongoing transfer of funds from private
pension plans to the state is needed to save Hungary's state pen-
sion system from collapse and tackle the country's debt. .

GENEVA — Asia is now exporting two-thirds of the world's

mobile phones, personal computers, digital televisions and other |

high-tech goods for information and communications, in a signif-
icant shift in world trade accentuated by the global financial crisis,
the U.N. reported. The new U.N. data shows that China and Hong
Kong exported $498 billion in such goods in 2009, more than four
times the United States share of $113 billion. Also included in such
trade were cameras, iPads, CD and DVD players and other con-
sumer electronics.

ATHENS, Greece — Doctors at Greek state hospitals and pub-

lic health centers and Athens' public transport employees are

striking to protest planned spending cuts.

MADRID — Spanish bank BBVA said it made a net profit of
939 million euros ($1.3 billion) in the fourth quarter of 2010, up
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FROM page 2B

superior or inferior, profes-

' sional or amateur, designs

but it doesn't discriminate.

Real graphic designers
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Most of today's graphic
designers use desktop pub-
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desktop publishing software.

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executives,
accountants, web designers,
secretaries, and the’kid
across the street.

It's simply a different tool
used by many types of peo-
ple, just as desktop publish-
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focuses on manipulation of
photos. Yes, graphics soft-
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Sports Reporter
rdorsett@tribunemedia.net

late fourth

quarter surge

turned a close

game into a

blowout win
and the momentum of a per-
fect season carried through to
‘the playoffs for the pennant
winning team in BAISS junior
boys basketball.

A balanced scoring effort
from the Queen's College
Comets led the team to a 66-
‘45 win over the Jordan Prince
William Falcons as the BAISS
playoffs tipped off yesterday
at the Kendal Isaacs. Gymna-
sium,

Tyrone Burrows led the
Comets with a game high 16
points, while Gerrio Rahming
and Dominique Bethel éach
finished with 13 points, Dae-
jour Adderley chipped in with
10 points and D’Mitry Charl-
ton added seven.

The Falcons were led by
dynamic lead guard Oatman
Lightbourne who finished
with a game high 34 points,
but no other Falcon was able
to break the double figure
mark as Rashad Rolle fin-
ished as the team's second
leading scorer with eight.

The Comets took a 45-39

Suns

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A NEARLY impenetrable
defense carried a shutout into
the second half and built a
lead large enough for the top
seed in BAISS junior girls
basketball as they cruised to a
championship berth:

The Temple Christian Suns ._

scored a 40-14 win over the
St Andrew’s Hurricanes in
the opening game of the
BAISS basketball playoffs at

the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasi-

um yesterday.

The Suns led 28-0 at the
half and remained untested
for much of the contest en
route to the most lopsided
win of the afternoon.

Sheryl Evans led all scor-
ers with 15 points while
Antonique Young added 12
and Chareka Lightbourne
chipped in with six.

The Hurricanes reached the
scoreboard on the opening
possession of the second half
on a lay-up by Keisha
McCartney, who led the Hur-
ricanes with eight points.



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lead into the fourth quarter
and saw the lead trimmed to
just four points on a tip in
from Lightbourne for a 46-42
score.

The Comets responded
with an 11-0 run, capped by a
three point play from Adder-
ley to give his team a 57-42
lead with just under four min-



DEFENSE: The Queen's College

ute left to play.

With Charlton and Bethel
patrolling the paint, the
Comets dominated the boards
inthe fourth quarter, limiting
the Falcons to a single shot
on most possessions and scor-
ing easy baskets following
offensive rebounds.

The Comets led 12-8 at the
end of the first quarter but
Lightbourne would spark a
run for the Falcons to tie the
game at 16 early in the sec-
ond.

QC would respond with a
10-0 run, capped by a jumper

from Burrows for a 26-16°

advantage.
Burrows added another
jumper just before the half to

‘ give the Comets a 32-19 lead

headed into the half.

The versatile leading scorer
for the Comets said his team
was determined to maintain
‘a level of play to keep their
perfect season moving toward
its championship run.

"That is what our coach
stressed to us in the locker
room at the half. We had a
great season and to come so
far we did not want it to end
here so we just had to keep

‘pushing to keep it going," he

said. "We got a lot of steals

early and started fast. It was.

important for us to get that

early lead ane try our best to

stay ahead."

In the second semifinal at
the gym today, the St
Augustine’s College Big Red
Machine is scheduled to face
the C W Saunders Cougars.

"I would like to play SAC
in the championship," Bur-
rows said. "They were our
rivals for a long time and they
played us tough in the regular
season so I'd ‘like for us to
meet them and the champi-
onship and win it against
them."

Comets head _ coach
Dwayne Smith said with the
adversity his team has faced
during its perfect season, he
was confident in their ability.
to maintain their lead in the
second half.

"Well, we know they.are a
very well coached team so
they would make a run. We
just had to stay composed and
execute down the stretch," he
said. "These guys are battle
tested, they have had a lot of
tough games so they are ready
for whoever we face. We had
a game earlier this year
against Bahamas Academy
where, we were down in the
fourth quarter and it looked
like we would lose that game

‘but these guys fought back to

win by nine so I know who-
ever we face we will be
ready."

secure = championship berth

The Hurricanes were able
to outscore the Suns in the
second half, 14-12, but it did
little to chip away at the. Tem-
ple Christian advantage.

The Suns led 34-7 headed

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were again outscored 6-7 in

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team to put the win behind
them and focus on the cham-
pionship matchup in their
next practice session. °
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game at a time. After every
win in the playoffs you basi-
cally have to start over from
scratch so it’s back to the’
drawing board after this win
and getting ready for the
championship. With young

kids, you do not want to
change anything so we will try’
to keep everything consistent
like we have been.all season
and probably won't make any
adjustments heading into the
next round."

Cash said her team will be
ready for whoever wins the
matchup in the opposite semi-
final between the Queen's
College Comets and the St
Augustine's College Big Red
Machine.

- "Tam not ready to make
any predictions or anything.
like that as yet but we will be
prepared no matter who it is. |
QC gave us.a good run during
the season and so did SAC
even though they were miss-
ing some of their players, but
whoever we face we will be
ready."

_ Inthe senior girls matchup,
the Comets defeated the St-
Andrew’s Hurricanes to
advance to the championship
in their division.

The results of the senior
boys matchup between the
Westminster College Diplo-
mats and SAC was unavail-
able up to press time.

BAAA to meet
on forming track
and field clubs
in Andros

IN its continuing effort to
develop track and field
throughout the Bahamas, the
Bahamas Association of Ath-
letic Associations (BAAA) is
scheduled to meet with per-
sons in Central and North
Andros for the purpose of
forming track and field clubs
in the area.

According to a press state-
ment, the meetings are slat-
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Central Andros High School
and the same time on Febru-
ary 5 at the North Andros
High School.

“Andros continues to turn
out outstanding athletes and
this effort to form clubs
should help in bringing addi-

tional organisation to the
process. It is hoped that all
persons interested in man-

agement and coaching, as well

as parents who wish their chil-
dren to begin training for
track and field, as well as
those. student athletes inter-
ested in improving their abil-
ities in the sport, will take
advantage of the opportuni-
ty.

“It is envisaged that after
the formation of the clubs, the
Bahamas Track and Field
Coaches Association will step
in and continue to dévelop
training programmes for new
coaches to assist them in
developing the athletes,” said
the release.

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All-Stars 63-37.

BASEBALL ©

Analyses of

By RENALDO DORSETT
Sports Reporter

rdorsett@tribunemedia.net .

pair of blowouts

highlighted the

New Providence
Women’s Basketball Associ-
ation (NPWBA) league play
Tuesday night as the league’s
top teams bolstered their
positions in the standings as
the league approaches its mid-
season mark.
_ Without ‘their dominant
pivot players in ‘the lineup,
the Four J’s Cheetahs’ bench
players stepped up with a
dominant 63-37 performance

to keep the hapless Sentinel -

All-Stars winless on the sea-
son.
Pamela Bethel was inserted

-into the starting lineup’ with

Linda Pierre and Anastacia
Moultrie out of the game and
finished with 14 points and 16
rebounds to lead all players

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with the game’s only double
double. .

The Cheetahs dominated
on the boards with a 53-34
rebound advantage and three
players that reached double
figures in rebounds.

Thomaseta Emmanuel fin-
ished with eight points and 11
rebounds while sharpshooter
Alyse Dean added six points
and 10 rebounds.

- Backcourt

The backcourt led the scor-
ing attack for the Cheetahs as
Audrey Martin finished with
a game high 15 points and six
rebounds while point guard
Latoya Thompson chipped in
with 14 points, five rebounds
and five assists.

Gariece Butler was the only
All-Star to reach double fig-
ures with 10 points and 10
rebounds, Lashan Green fin-
ished with eight points, Myr-
acle Davis finished with seven
points while Hattie Grant
added five.

After a slow shooting first
period for both teams, the
Cheetahs’ scoring. slack
picked up considerably over

Providence Women’s Basketball Association HIGHLIGHTS

Stars, 63-37

the rest of the game as they







separated themselves.

Both teams combined for
just 15 points in the first quar-
ter. However, the Four J’s
outscored Sentinel 20-9 in the
second quarter.

The All-Stars shot just 17
per cent in the first half, just 6-
35 from the field as they fell
behind early.

With the help of 34 per cent
shooting from the field and
30 per cent from beyond the
arch, the Cheetahs led 29-15
at the half.

The All Stars were again
limited to single digits from
the field in the third quarter,
15-6, as the Cheetahs took a
44-21 lead into the final peri-
od.

See story and more

photos on page 8E





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Applications are invited from. suitably qualified persons to fill the position of Chief Civil
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and Transport. . ; :

Requirements for the Post: |

Applicant must -be a Charted Member of the. Institution of CivilEngineersor holder of
equivalent professional. qualifications ‘with a minimum of eight (8) years relevant
experience since gaining full professional qualifications;

The successful candidate will report:to the Director of Public Works and will be
responsible for the design, construction. and maintenance of roads and airfields.
Experience in: all. aspects of highway designs and transportation management is
essential. A working knowledge of Computer Aided Design is essential. Some previous
experience of working for a government and in training staff would be an advantage for
this post. {

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In addition to the basic salary, a : Scarcity Allowance of $15, 000.00 per annum payable
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contract appointment shall be ata fixed salary and would include a gratuity of fifteen per
cent (15%) of total. salary (excluding allowances) received during the contact period,
payable on satisfactory completion of the contract.

Serving officers should apaly through depHsaes of Departments.
Application forms ‘may be. obtained from: the Department of Public Service, Poinciana

Hill Complex, Meeting Street or the’ Ministry. of Public Works and Transport, J.F.
Kennedy Drive. . They must be returned complete with. original qualifications and

documentary proof, of relevant experience, to reach the Secretary, Public Service.

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Specific Duties and Responsibilities of the post include:

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Applications are. invited. from suitably qualified persons to fill the position of Senior
Engineer: (Drainage), in the Civil Design Section of the Department of Public Works,

. Ministry:of Public Works and fanapiit

2 ‘Req uirements soiae Post: :

Applicants must possess the following:
e Bachelor of Science i in Civil Engineering.

e ‘Rogeeed Professional Engineer (P.E.) ina Carhinorweelth Country or the

e Five (5) years cae E. one

Possess experience _ in call: aspects ae ey design and fransportation
management ;

Proficiency in both oral sind written English.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities of the Post Include:
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. Providing drainage design services, including design specifications and
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= - Supervising constriction projects

a Preparing Cabinet Papers ©

The officer will report to the Deputy Director of Public Works (Building) or ‘the Deputy
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Salary and Allowances ;
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In addition to the.base salary, a Scarcity Allowance of $15,000.00 per annum is payable
in twelve (12) one monthly installments.

‘Salary v will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Successful Bahamian applicants may be offered Permanent and Pensionable
Appointment in accordance with the Public Service Regulations or a contract
appointment. The contract appointment shall be at a fixed salary and would include a
gratuity of fifteen per cent (15%) of total salary (excluding allowances) received during
the contact period, payable on satisfactory completion of the contract.

Serving officers should apply through their Heads of Departments.

Application forms may be obtained from the Department of Public Service, Poinciana
Hill Complex, Meeting Street or the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, John F.
Kennedy Drive. They must be returned complete with original qualifications and
documentary: proof. of relevant experience, to reach the Secretary, Public Service
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twelve (12) equal monthly installments.

- Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Successful Bahamian applicants may be offered a Permanent and Pensionable —
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appointment. The contract appointment shall be at a fixed salary-and would include a
gratuity of fifteen per cent (15%) of total salary (excluding allowances) received during
the contact period, payable on satisfactory completion of the contract.

Serving officers should apply through their Heads of Departments.

Application forms may be obtained from the Department of Public Service, Poinciana

Hill Complex, Meeting Street or the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, J.F. .
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Transport. ;

Requirements for the Post:
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countries or Chartered. Engineer (C. Eng.) with th
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Director of Public Works (Civil' Engineering) depending on the project ee Deputy

Salary and Allowances

© The salary of the post Is In Scale E10, $40,150.00 X 700 - $48,050.00 per
annum.

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in twelve (12) equal monthly Installments

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Quantity Surveyor within the Department of Public Works, Ministry of rune ‘Works and
Transport.

Requirements for the Post:

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or holder of equivalent professional qualifications with a minimum of eight (8) years
relevant experience since gaining full professional qualifications.

(Registration with the legally enacted regulating authority for Professional Enighisers in
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« The éfficer will renee to the Director of Public Works an liaise: >with consultants
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-in addition to the salary, a Scarcity Allowance of $15, 000. 00 per annum payable lar

twelve (12) oe) monthly installments.

‘Salary will be commensurate with quaif ications and experience.

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INTERNATIONAL SPORTS



-HEALTHY: Jamaican Usain Bolt competes in a 100 meter race at

the Daegu Pre-Championships Meeting 2010 in Daegu, South Korea.

Bolt will be competing at the 2012
of Bob Marley on his shoulders. T'

London Olympics with the legend
he world-record holder in the 100

. and 200 meters and the rest of his Jamaican track and field teammates

will be wearing uniforms designed’ by the reggae great's daughter,

Cedella Marley.

(AP Photo)



Bolt to run
100 at Golden
Gala in Rome

ROME (AP) — Golden
Gala organisers have
announced that world record-
holder Usain Bolt will run the
100 meters at the meet in
Rome on May 26.

It will mark Bolt's first Dia-
mond League meet of the
season, with the Jamaican also
committed to run the 200 in
June at. the Bislett Games i in
Oslo.

"I know the Stadio Olimpi-
co has a very fast track," Bolt *
said in a statement. "A lot of
the best sprinters in the world
have achieved great times
there over the last 10 years."

American sprinter Tyson
Gay set the Golden Gala
record of 9.77 seconds in 2009,
while Bolt's record of 9.58
came later that year at the
world championships in
Berlin.

Bolt missed the end of last
year's outdoor track season
because of back and Achilles’
tendon problems, but is hop-
ing to defend his 100 and 200
world titles at the world
championships in August in
Daegu, South Korea., ,

"I'm completely healthy
again after last season's injury
and my training is proceed-
ing very well," he said. "I'm
confident that I'll be able to
achieve my best form at the
right moment, in the sum-
mer."

“Rome officials also
announced 800-meter world
record-holder David Rudisha -
will be at the Golden Gala,
which is held annually at the
80,000-seat Stadio Olimpico.

The stadium is often half
empty for.the meet, but orga-

. nizers are hoping more fans

show up this year. ‘

"It will be my first time in
Italy and J can't wait to expe-
rience the reaction of the fans
in Rome," Bolt said.

Bolt teams up with Marley's
daughter for 2012 Olympics

By. CHRIS LEHOURITES
AP Sports Writer.

picked by athletic apparel
company Puma, the Jamaican

' team's.sponsor, to create the

LONDON (AP) — Usain
Bolt will be competing at the
2012 London Olympics in uni-
forms designed by the daugh-
ter of reggae great Bob Mar-
ley. The world-record holder
in the 100 and 200 meters and

the rest of his Jamaican track

and field teammates will be
wearing uniforms designed Uy
Cedella Marley.

"We both break records,"
Marley told The Associated
Press on Wednesday in a tele-
phone interview. "Marleys.
Bolt. Legendary."

Marley, the first-born

- daughter of Bob and Rita

Marley, is a singer, author and
fashion designer. She was

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the 100 and 200 at the 2008
Beijing Games, and then did
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; hooking up:
with a legendary Jamaican. -

championships in Berlin. With
the possible exception of Bob
Marley, Bolt is among the
most famous Jamaicans.

"Being a Jamaica No. 1,
being a Marley No. 2, and
then being able to outfit not
only Usain. but the entire
team, it's a proud moment for
all.of us, everyone in my fam-
ily," Marley said.

Marley said she took her
inspiration for the uniforms
from music, various cultures .
and Jamaica from the 1970s
and 80s.

"I want to bring the old and
the new Jamaica together,"
she said. "It should be Grace
Jones meets Bob Marley on
the track, and we're going to
have fire on the field."

When it comes to the uni-
form Bolt will be wearing
next'year in London, fans can
count on something a little bit
different from his teammates.

"We're going to have some-
thing special for him. Only for
him," said Marley, who has
yet to meet Bolt but is expect-
ing to work with him in
March in Jamaica. .

It took a chance phone
meeting between Marley and
Puma chairman and CEO
Jochen Zeitz to get the col-
laboration up and running.

"T said, 'Yo Mr. Puma, how
come you've not done any-
thing with the Marleys? Come
on, you know, Puma, Marley,
Jamaica. It makes sense,'"
Marley said.

"And he just said, 'Well,
you know, Cedella, every-
thing takes time.’ And like
two weeks later. I got a phone
call. I guess it was time."

Puma will work to make
sure the fashion end of the
deal doesn't interfere with the
performance specifications.

"A lot of people are going
to be looking at Mr. Bolt,"
Puma chief marketing officer
Antonio Bertone said of the
2012 Games. "It's going to be

. London. It's going to be an

amazing location for the
Olympics."

As for Bob Marley's legacy,
Cedella said, "This is a nice
birthday present for him."

Marley died in 1981 but
would have celebrated his
66th birthday this weekend.





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National Basketball Association HIGHLIGHTS

Kobe, Lakers hold off
Rockets 114-106 in OT





‘FLASHY: Clippers’ Blake Griffin dunks in the first half of a game
against the Rockets in Houston.
(AP Photo)

Griffin soars, taking
Clippers with him

By BETH HARRIS
AP Sports Writer



LOS ANGELES (AP) — Blake Griffin was supposed to
’ get this started last season; instead he broke his left kneecap in
the final preseason game.

He was worth the wait..

Griffin's got the Los Angeles Clippers — a punchline of a
’ franchise for years — actually winning, with nine consecutive
victories at home heading into Wednesday night's game against
Chicago at Staples Center. Overall, they've won nine of 13.

Griffin is doing it with a combination of brute athleticism, an
array of flashy YouTube-worthy dunks and solid passing. He's
‘averaging 22.8 points, 12.7 rebounds (fourth in the league)
and 3.6 assists.

The No. 1 pick in the 2009 NBA draft also produces double
doubles almost nightly, with 39 so far, including a stretch of 27

in a row that ended last month. He'll find out Thursday if he's «

the first rookie All-Star since Yao Ming of Houston in 2002-03.
- "You hear how much looser everybody is and how much fun
we're having," he said. "If you get double-doubles and you lose
every day, that's not fun at all."

Griffin's numbers earned him: Western Conference rookie of

the month honors for the third straight month in January, -

when he led all rookies in scoring and rebounding.
"Early on, it looked like (Washington guard John) Wall was
going to run away with all the attention and rookie of the
year," Dallas coach Rick Carlisle said, "then all of a sudden this
guy exploded with all these great plays. And now the team is
playing better."

Twice this season, Griffin has scored 40 or more points,
making him the first rookie to do so since Allen Iverson in 1996-

_ 97. "He definitely should be in the All-Star game, without a
doubt," said Milwaukee's Corey Maggette, a former Clipper.
"He's one of those special players, like LeBron."

. Griffin is already committed to the All-Star dunk contest and

was selected to play in the Rookie Challenge game.
}- ‘Hindering his bid to add All-Star to his name is the fact that
the Clippers are well below .500, but have knocked off some of
the league's best, including Oklahoma City, West-leading San
Antonio and Chicago. They dispatched Miami and the two-time
defending NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers within a five-day
span last month. "I'm confident with our team and our talent,"
he said. "The key for us is keep learning."

That's something Griffin is always doing. The 21-year-old for-
ward is still figuring out when to assert himself and how to
improve his shot selection, which isn't always high percentage.
Griffin relishes getting physical with opposing defenses, a tac-
tic he said makes him more comfortable. "I know I have to
_ work on defensive things, but it's not all going to come at one

time," he said.

With every breathtaking vertical leap, Griffin is bringing
hope to a beleaguered Clipper Nation that hasn't experienced
a winning season since 2005-06, also the last time the team
made the playoffs.

The Clippers began the season with a 1-13 record, largely due
to a rash of injuries and having three rookies in the starting line-
up. But things began turning around i in mid-December after

_ they lost four in a row.

By GREG BEACHAM
AP Sports Writer

LOS ANGELES (AP) —
Kobe Bryant recently took
Pau Gasol aside to deliver a
cinematic message: The Los
Angeles Lakers sometimes
need to see the sinister side
of their Spanish 7-footer.

"It's against his nature,"

- Bryant said. "He's very white.

swan. I need him to be more
black swan."

Less Natalie Portman.
More Mila Kunis. Gasol got
the point just in time to help
the Lakers avoid another
embarrassing fall in their

. treacherous midseason dance.

Bryant scored 32 points,
Gasol hit the go-ahead layup
with 1:04 left in overtime, and
the Lakers bounced back
from consecutive home

defeats with a 114-106 victory

over the Houston Rockets.
Gasol scored six of his 26
points in overtime and
grabbed 16 rebounds, while
Lamar Odom had-20 points
and a _ season-high 20
rebounds in his return to the
Lakers' starting lineup.. The

two-time defending NBA .

champions finished their first
overtime of the season on a

10-2 run, barely holding off -

injury-depleted Houston after
losing to Sacramento and
Boston in the previous four
days.

_ "It's good to have a game
like this and get back on our

feet," Bryant said. "I had no.

doubts we were going to do

_ that (in overtime)."

#

With NBA-leading San
Antonio visiting Staples Cen-
ter on Thursday night, the
Lakers still appear to be stuck

. the biggest rut of their incon-
sistent season, losing four-of---

their previous seven in dis-
“eouraging fashion. That's why
Bryant took Gasol aside
recently, urging Gasol to
assert himself offensively by

_ demanding the ball and taking

more shots.

Gasol has thoroughly
embraced his role as Bryant's
sidekick during three years
with the Lakers, but he under-
stands the wisdom of Bryant's
"Black Swan" analogy.

"T've just got to be more
aggressive," Gasol said. "I've

‘ got to be more involved. If

I'm not, I can't contribute,
can't live up to my potential."
Luis Scola hit a tying layup

with 5.5 seconds left in regu- ~

lation for the Rockets, who

' are 0-5 in overtime this sea-

son.
Kevin Martin scored 30



FOOT WORK: Lakers’ Kobe Bryant shoots over Rockets’ Kevin Maltin in the second half of ‘Tuesday’ $ game

in Los Angeles.

points while hitting four 3-
pointers, and Scola added 24
points and 15 rebounds as

’ Houston launched a season-

high 38 3-point attempts in its
third straight loss, making just
10 3-pointers.on the third stop
of a four-game road trip.

"We've got to be better at
closing out overtime games
and games in general, and not
going to sleep in the middle of
games," said Aaron Brooks,
who scored 16 points.
"There's a lot of tweaking we
can do, but I'm not going to
put it all on not being able to
close out games."

Los Angeles nursed a small
lead through most of the
fourth quarter, but after Sco-
la's layup with 53 seconds left
trimmed Los Angeles' lead to

two points, Bryant missed two .
shots around.a clutch rebound ©

by Odom. Brooks then found
Scola unguarded beneath the
Lakers' hoop for the tying
score.

The Lakers got the ball to
Odom on their final posses-
sion of regulation, but he sim-
ply held the ball before miss-
ing a long, off-balance
jumper.

"We need. to communi-

. cate," Odom said. "All of us

have been playing basketball
for so long; but we're not
playing basketball the way it
should be. played. We're not
communicating enough. ... We
don't have any chatter out
there. It's communication."
Odom fell.two rebounds
shy of his career high in

another standout game in the.

absence of starting center
Andrew Bynum, who sat out
with a bone bruise in his left
knee:

Houston went ahead 104-
100 on Scola's jumper with
2:48 left in overtime, but

Gasol scored four straight

points to tie it. After Gasol's
layup in traffic put the Lakers
ahead 108-106, Scola missed a

(AP Photo)

halfhearted hook shot and
Bryant made a layup with 38
seconds left.

"Our margin of error is so
small because we're a small .
team," said Houston forward
Shane Battier, who had five ©
points. "As you saw, the
rebounding game is some-.
thing that continues to hurt
us, especially when it's tight.
We were right there, played
good defense and forced
tough shots, but we have to
maintain concentration and
discipline and really get five
guys rebounding for the entire
game."

Houston has lost 12 of 18
overall.

Bynum missed his first

game since developing sore-

ness in his left knee during
the loss to Boston. The 7-foot
shot-blocker missed Los
Angeles' first 24 games while
recovering from offseason
surgery to repair a torn liga-
ment in his right knee.

NBA Standings

By The Associated Press
_ EASTERN CONFERENCE






















d-Boston 771.
708

d-Miami 34 14 i)
d-Chicago 33 14 .702 3
Orlando 31 18 633. 6
Atlanta 30 18 .625 7
New York 25 22 532 i
Philadelphia 21 26 447° 15
Charlotte 20 27 426. 16
Milwaukee 19 27 413 17
Indiana 18 27 400 4 17
Detroit 17 31 354 20
New Jersey 15 34 .306 22
~ Washington 13 35 271 24
Toronto 13 36 265 24

Cleveland :
WESTERN CONFERENCE



d-San Antonio










d-L.A. Lakers 34 15 694 6
Dallas 32 15 681 7]:
New Orleans 32 18 .640 9
d-Oklahoma City 30 17 638 9
Utah 29 20 592 11
Denver 28 20 583 12
Portland 26 22 542 14
Memphis 25 24 510 15:
Phoenix 22 24 A78 = 17.
Houston 22 28 .440 19
Golden State 20 27 426 19
L.A. Clippers 19 28 404° 20
Sacramento 12 34 261 27

- Minnesota

d-division leader



NBA CAPSULES

By The Associated Press
NEW ORLEANS (AP) —

Jason Smith scored a career- ©

high 20 points in a rare start-
ing role and New Orleans
defeated Washington 97-89
on Tuesday night, dropping
the Wizards to 0-25 on the
road.

‘Chris Paul had 15 points
and nine-assists and Trevor
Ariza had 16 points for New

Orleans, which snapped a_

two-game skid.

Smith was starting for cen-
ter Emeka Okafor, whose left
oblique muscle strain kept
him out for the first time in
306 games. The 7-foot Smith,
normally a reserve power for-
ward, looked comfortable fill-
ing in at center, hitting his HIS:
nine shots.

Nick Young scored 30.
points for Washington, which
trailed by double digits most
of the second half in losing its
sixth straight overall.

Andray Blatche had 21
points and nine rebounds, and ~

_ Kirk Hinrich added 10 points

for the Wizards, who are four
road losses from matching the
1992-93 Dallas Mavericks'
NBA worst 0-29 start on the
toad.

Trail Blazers 99, Spurs 86

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP)
— LaMarcus Aldridge had a
career-high 40 points along
with 11 rebounds for Portland
against NBA-leading San





for timeout as he wrestles for the ball with Hornets point guard
Chris Paul in the second half of Tuesday’s game in New Orleans. New

TIMEOUT: Wizards point guard John Wall (left) pleads with an official

Orleans defeated Washington 97-89.

Antonio.

Wesley Matthews added 21
points for the Blazers, who
snapped a two-game losing
streak. Manu Ginobili had 14
points for the Spurs, who have

(AP Photo)

lost only eight games this sea-
son.

Gary Neal's 3-pointer for
San Antonio tied it at 78, but

. Aldridge's layup and Wesley

Matthew's scoop gave Port-

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land its biggest lead of the
game.so far at 82-78 with 7:03
left.

It was the first game of the
Spurs' "Rodeo Road Trip,"
the team's annual junket
while the AT&T Center hosts
the San Antonio Stock Show.
and Rodeo.:The next stop.on
the nine-game trip is the high-
ly anticipated matchup with
the defending NBA champion
Los: Angeles Lakers on
Thursday. ,

Celtics 95, Kings 90

SACRAMENTO, Calif.
(AP) — Ray Allen scored 22
points and Rajon Rondo had
17 points and 10 assists as
Boston overcame a slow start.

Paul Pierce added 15 points

- and Kevin Garnett had 12 to

help the Celtics (37-11) pull
away in the fourth quarter
and clinch the Eastern Con-
ference's best record through
games of Feb. 6. That means
Boston's Doc Rivers will
coach the East in the All-Star
game in Los Angeles on Feb.
20.

DeMarcus Cousins and
Tyreke Evans finished with
20 points apiece for a Kings
team that returned to its los-
ing form. They were coming
off wins against two of the
Western Conference's elite —
the Los Angeles Lakers and
New Orleans Hornets — but
missed out on their first three--
game winning streak this sea-
son. ;

Glen Davis' fastbreak dunk
highlighted the run that put
Boston ahead 87-77 with 6
minutes remaining.



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INTERNATIONAL SPORTS

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Clijsters to lead Belgium against US in Fed Cup

By RAF CASERT
AP Sports Writer

ANTWERP, Belgium (AP)
— Her Australian Open tro-
phy in tow, Kim Clijsters is
leading a strong Belgian team
against an injury- -depleted
United States in the Fed Cup
this weekend.

she expects to be ready to
play the opening singles Sat-

‘Antwerp Sports Palace.
Based on ranking, No. 48
Bethanie Mattek-Sands and

_ No. 61 Melanie Oudin of the

U.S.-should be no match for
No. 2 Clijsters and No. 26
Yanina Wickmayer. But the
US record in recent years

’ shows the Americans haven't

needed the Williams sisters

away from home, no longer
scares them.

"They perform great when
they feel they are part of a

Sydney before winning her
first Australian Open crown,



geting the Wickmayer match

on the opening day.

Bryan
brothers
withdraw
from Brasil
Open |

Belgium would have been ~ to advance. They reached the SAO PAULO (AP) — The
an overwhelming favorite, to last two finals, losing each.to © American twins Bob and
reach the quarterfinals, but _Italy. Mike Bryan have withdrawn
the sudden retirement of Jus- .. Venus Williams is sidelined from the Brasil Open next
tine Henin last week leaves _ after injuring her groin at the week because of an injury to
the match more balanced Australian Open, while Sere- Bob's left shoulder, | ‘
against a US team that has _na has been out with a foot Tournament organisers said
reached the last two finals injury since Wimbledon. Wednesday that Bob will be
without the injured Williams _ The US team also includes out for up to a month after
sisters. . Vania King and doubles spe- Bene playing Lad

ijsters, V i ialist Li oubles at the Australian
a kier foneih Grand SI hg nimhoct ea a family © TEAM LEADER: Ki 1 Clisters (far left), Kirsten Fipkens (second lft) and Yanina Wickmayer (second right) Open las month,
title last weekend, said reuniting, these Fed Cup |00k at An-Sophie Mestach as they address the media ahead of the Fed Cup World Group first round match. Organisers said Bob played
Wednesday she still lacked weeks," US captain Mary Joe (AP Photo) _ the final three matches at the
‘sleep after her long triphome Fernandez said. _ Australian Open only after
from Melbourne. However, And facing a favorite, often . heeded the warning. _ days. She made the final in The Americans will be tar- "taking high doses of pain

medication." The brothers
were coming off their fifth

urday on an indoor hard _ "It is always a challenge team," Clijsters said. which puts her within reach After two singles on Satur- Australian Open doubles title

court. when you're an underdog, but Mattek-Sands already hit of regaining the No. 1 rank- day, there's reverse singles and 10th Grand Slam cham-
"I was able to make the _ itis something ourteamreal- her groove early this season, _ ing. and a possible deciding dou- pionship.

switch real fast," Clijsters said. —_ly thrives on," Fernandez said. . helping the US mixed team Wickmayer suffered — bles on Sunday. It would've been the first

Her Australian Open cup
will be prominently displayed
at the. 12,500-capacity

"It brings out the best in our
team."
The Belgians have already

win the Hopman Cup.
Clijsters is thriving in just

about every situation these

through a nasty cough and

cold, losing in the second |

round in Melbourne.

The US hasn't won the Cup

since 2000, a 5-0 win over

Spain.

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the ATP tournament in
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GAMETIME: The Bommer G Angels defeated the COB Caribs, 64- 39, handing them their second consecutive loss i in the New Providence Women’ s Basketball Association.

Angels blow away Caribs, 64-39

By RENALDO DORSETT
Sports Reporter ,
rdorsett@tribunemedia.net



balanced scoring effort as

every player who suited

.) reached the score-

board to give the: Bommer G
Angels the untested win.

Two Angels players reached dou-



ble figures and a stingy defense in
the second and third quarters led
to a win in the feature. game of the

night.
The College of the Bahamas,

(COB) Caribs had their second con-
secutive loss.

Point guard Diasti Delancy led
all scorers with 15 points and five

steals, while Kaylicia Laing came

off the bench to finish with 11
points.

Points

Sharelle Cash added nine points,
Kissie McDonald finished with eight
while Felicia Cartwright and
Chrysanthia Strachan each cinpped
in with six points apiece.

Ashley Moss and Alberta Rus-
sell both tied for the game high in
rebounds with eight.

Alisha Bethel was the lone Caribs
player to reach'double figures with
10 points. |

Natiska Silver and Gabrielle

McKinney each finished with seven.

points and eight rebounds.
_ The Angels shot 38 per cent from

‘GAMETIME: The Bommer G Angels handed the coe Caribs their second consecutive loss in the NPWBA.

the field and a blistering 75 per cent
from the free throw line. .
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at the end of the first quarter, 14-12,
but a 20-9 second quarter saw them
gain firm control of the game for
good. wie
A 34-21 lead at the half expanded
when they outscored COB 19-5 in
the third quarter en route to victory.



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lorence Elizabeth Rolle .
March 22, 1945 - February 8, 2009

God saw you were geting tired from all the
pain and suffering, so God called you home to
be with HIM

Our hearts still ache with pain
Apart of us went with you the day you died.

Gone, but never fo be forgotten
sadly mised by your familuy and friends

RCH 17TH, 1925 FI

IT’S BEEN ONE YE

Just one little peek into heaven _is all
we're asking. We just want to know how
youre doing and hope. that youre okay.
We know fhat you are in o better place
with god but we still miss you, speak _
your name and smile at your pictures
that are framed.
Your memory will be forever in our
hearts.
Lots of love always, Gene, Royanne,
Phyllis, Peter,Baby Lou and Dwayne,
grandchildren, family and friends





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EAMONN AMADD
HEPBURN |
Affectionately Called ‘“‘Tuna”’,
21

of Sea Link Drive, Summer Haven, will
be.held on Saturday, February Sth, 2011
at 10:00am at St. Matthew Anglican
Church, Shirley Street. Officiating will
be Father James Moultrie, assisted by
Crosley Walkins and Father Don
Haynes. Interment will follow in The Southern Cemetery, Cowpen
and Spikenard Road.

Left to cherish his memories are his: mother: Mrs. Elvira Smith-
Dormeville; his father: Petty Officer Alric Stephen Hepburn of



Dormeville; step mother: Mrs. Geraldine Hepburn; brothers:
Gerrard Hepburn and Peterson Dormeville, Osmond Munnings;

Ferguson and Alicia Hepburn; uncles: Rev’d. Father Earl Hepburn,

and Renald Chanan; aunts-in-law: Mrs. Zoe and Icela Hepburn,
Mrs. Sharon Cartwright-Hepburn; grand aunts: Shirley Seifert,
Hepburn (Atlanta, Georgia), Harrison and Spence Burrows;

and Jendeena Lightbourne, Vantera Gaitor, Chaniece Strachan,

Jemma Hepburn; god parents: Ilene Newbold, Delorese Roker,

Keith Smith, Stanley, Paul, Kendall, Miguel, Ryan, Perez, Byron,
Demetria, Portia and Crystal, Tessa Smith and family, Willimae,

Stubbs and family, Sophia Strachan and family, Gary, Danny, C.J.,

| mention.

+

OBITUARIES

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and Crematlouumn Limiled

a UNERAL SERVICES FOR



: Viewing will be held in the perpetual Suite at Restview Memorial
: Mortuary and Crematorium Ltd., Robinson and Soldier Roads
: on Friday from 10:00am to 6:00pm and at the church on Saturday
: from 8:30am to service time.



feet ae eas Deleuce, Hore step father Mane’ : Memories will live forever in the hearts of his only child: Beauthnie
: Campbell; 1 grandson: Johnathon; 2 grand daughters: Kazia and
grandmother: Mrs. Alice Marina Hepburn: aunts: Mrs. Wanda | Aniyah; his father: Grandville Pearce; adopted father: Ralda
Chanan, Etta, Agatha, Marsha, Joyce and Jennifer Smith, Eileen Williams; son-in-law: Oscar Campbell; 10 sisters: Frystine iSarahi,
Roving, Nise 2 poral Johnson (Harbour island) Nis acon Silverlean Pearce, Delcine Romer, Teresa Pearce, Delroy Pratt,

: -+ Delerease Rolle, Pattie Sporleder; 6 brothers: Rell Norris Williams,
Caanicted “ccountant Fenmiick Heppe ey epean : Roxberg & Lindberg Williams, Melford Francis, Anton Sweeting,

: Micah; 1 brother-in-law: Dean Sporleder; 2 sisters-in-law: Theresa

Rosheva Hepburn, Alma Watkins (Hollywood Fla.) Werlene Williams, Valerie Darville Williams; 4 aunts: Lucille, Julia and
‘| Hepburn (Miami, Fla.), Willette and Rowena, Vernita and Mable :

Burrows and Deanna Major; uncles-in-laws: Mr. Eardley Johnson } Rolle; grand aunt: Winifred Rolle; numerous nieces and nephews

(Harbour Island), Mr. Kervin Ferguson; grand uncles: Cleophas | including: WC 2037 Theresa Young, Norrissa and Norris Williams

: Jr., Tanya and Tamicka Hanna, Lynette McKenzie, Lerean
cousins: Mario Smith, Danilo and Delano Rahming, Arthol ; Williams, Mersay Brown, Lyndera Wells; numerous cousins

Gibson, Alex Rahming, Richard Chanan, Sharma Strapp, Davina | including: Lionel Rolle, Hubert, Lover, Hensil, Obediah, Viviene,

: Bernie Thompson, Miriam, Brenda Armbrister, Melinda, Bowleg
Alleyah and Altaniece Farquharson, Renee Chanan, Alexie | Of New York, Stephanie Daniels, Isabelle Burrows, Renee

Rahming, Dwight and Deandrea Johnson, Kevinique and Kervin ; “nderson, Carolyn Armbrister, Geletta Pennerman, Monique

Ferguson, Gabrielle, Ron, Adrian, Andrew, Jeffrica, Kesio and : Mitchell, Ella Mae Guarro; family and friends including: Candy

: Gilbert & Family, Elcina Esther, Ms. Hanson & family, Ezra King |
Annsitling Barry, Ronney Roberts; other relatives and friends | & family, Lillian Armbrister, Eleazer Rolle, Alonza & Marlon

including: Carol Braynen , Dale Carey, Sharon Taylor, Chris and | Brown & family, Maud & Bryant Smith & family and The

: Campbell family of Lowe Sound Andros and the Staff of Smiths

: Bay & Old Bight Clinic and the entire Old Bight Community. It

| Jackie and Theresa and family, Anthony Smith and family, Vera | 18 20t the intention of the family not to mention anyone that we
; ; : may have forgotten.

Uncle, Don, Bong, Lilly Boy, Marbu, Mel, Darr and Jerry, Laroma | Viewing will be held in the Irenic Suite at Restview Memorial

Seifert and the Hunt family and many others too numerous to | Mortuary and Crematorium Ltd., Robinson and Soldier Roads
: on Friday from 10:00am to 6: 00pm and at the church on Saturday |

: from 8:30am to service time.

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MR. GODFREY
PEARCE, 57

of Old Bight, Cat Island, will be held
on Saturday, 5th February, 2011 at:
10:00am at First Born Church of the
Living God, Crooked Island Street.
Officiating. will be Pastor Norriss
Williams, assisted by other ministers of
the Gospel. Interment will follow in the
Southern Cemetery, Cowpen and }
Spikenard Road.














Elizabeth Hanna, Lydia Madlyn Williams, Susan Armbrister,









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BiTUARIE

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NASSAU
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P.O. Box CB- 12072
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FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

MRS. BETTY
TODD, 56°

Baptist Church, Joe Farrington Road.
Officiating will be Rev. Rolston Smith,

Cowpen and Spikenard Road.



sons: Justin and Tyrone Todd; 3 grandsons:

Todd; 1 grand daughter-in-law: Louiseberne Todd; 4 step daughters:

Rahming, 5 sister-in-laws: J udann Todd, Johnfeilya, Kamiela, Carola,

Louis; 9 nieces: Nancy Johnson, Tiffany Knowles, Rayshell Coakley,

Rahming, Jessie Russell, Delmon, Steven and John W. Todd, Ryan
Russell, James and Booey Coakley; 5 grand nieces: Micheala, Tiesha,

| Dianna, Dovonique, Mequell, Leyante, Crispinna, Satira-Anne; 8 grand

nephews: Jeremy, Jermaine, Darata, Wonya, Crispin Jr., Jernero,

Todd, Extended Todd’s family, Russell family of Crown Haveing Emily,
Brigette, Coakley family, Pierre Louis family, Hon. Fred Mitchell, Hon.

Gleny’s Hanna Martin, Marve, Sherron, Mia Maxine, Rahming family,

Angelic Baptist Church family, Sea Breeze Village and family.

Viewing will be held in the Serenity Suite at Restview Memorial Mortuary
and Crematorium Ltd., Robinson and Soldier Roads on Friday from
10:00am to 6:00pm and at the church on Saturday from 10:30am to service

MS. DORIS
KNOWLES, 68

of Nassau Village will be held on Saturday,
Sth February, 2011 at 2:00pm at Kemp Road
Ministries, Kemp Road, Nassau Bahamas.
Officiating will be Rev. Ivan F. Butler Jr.,

Road.

Sabrina Pratt-Butler, Laverne Pratt,

assisted by Rev. Huey Williams. Interment :
will follow in The Southern Cemetery,

: Lorraine Coleby, and Sonia Knowles. Sons: Donald Knowles Pratt and
: Prince Dwayne Rigby. Grandchildren: Lithera Munroe, Zendal, Antoine
: and Lashad, Stuart of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Jonathan, Jamal and
: Jasmine Butler of Detroit, Michigan, Rashad, Samaya, Renardo Jr.
of Sea Breeze Lane, will be held on Saturday, :
Sth February, 2011 at 12:00pm at Angelic :

Dwayne, Crystal, Jade, Diamond, Bradburry, Ricardo, Renardo, Derek,
Theo, Edward and Cicya. Sons-in-law: Jonathan Butler and Brad Coleby.

i Sisters: Freda Thompson and Victoria Brown. Brother: Cleveon Knowles;
: Sister-in-law: Cheryl Knowles; Brother-in-law: Livingston Brown Str.

Nieces: Kala; Dedrie, Cleo, Keva, Siobhan, Azaria, Alexandrea, Aliah,
and Livia. Nephews: Police Constable 48 Larry Brown, Police Constable

: 3200 Jason Brown and Livingston Brown Able Body Seaman of the
: Royal Bahamas Defence Force, Henry (Mama Boy), Kevin, BJ, Alex
Precious memories will linger in the hearts }
of her husband: Benatace Pierre Louis; 2 :
: Pratt, Kennedy Pratt, Dorine Forbes, Sylvia Rahming, Lucymae Newbold,
Demetrius, Rezus and Justin Todd Jr.; 1 granddaughter: Tyreka Betty :
} Geraldine Flowers, Curlina Forbes, Carl Carey, Sharon, Nicola, Dollymae,
Bernid, Lisanette, Etud and Marting Pierte Louis; 1 step granddaughter: :
Egonar Pierre Louis; 2 sisters: Ena Cooper Dorima, Alberther, Russell :
‘Rahming; 2 brothers: John Todd, Alfred Coakley; 1 aunt: Anita Todd :

and Andrew. Friends and Relatives including: Rev. Samuel Isaac and
Carol Pratt of Blakely, Georgia. Sandra Pratt, Sherrie Pratt, Christine

Allydice Lewis, Judimae Lloyd, Dotline Flowers, Louise Flowers,
Tony, Freddie, Theo, Greg, Forester, James, Andrew, Beatrice Darling,

Anita Dickson, Gwenn, Eureka McKinney, Joyce Lewis, Pearl Mckinney,
Ezarine Forbes, Ettamae Forbes, Karen Forbes, Benjamin Forbes, Shirley

: Forbes; Leo Forbes, Eldon Forbes, Roderick Forbes, Cravon Forbes,
Tanazia; 3 brother-in-laws: Wilnic Dorima Denise Rahming, Paul Pierre :
i Smith, Nelly Sanders, Edward McPhee, Maria McPhee and family,
Keisha Miller, Losha Cooper, Denis and Samantha Rahming, Larein :
Todd, Annya Williams; 10 nephews: Jeff and Landa Miller, Kendrick :
; and The staff of Princess Margaret Hospital.

Cheryl Forbes, Annie Mckenzie, Blossom Rolle, Vetol Flowers, Rodnell

Ednisha, Ednette, Bernitta, Beryl McPhee, Kizzie, Norma and Lisa
Knowles. The community of the Bluff and Driggs Hill, South Andros

- Viewing will be held in the Celestial Suite at Restview Memorial Mortuary
: & Crematorium Ltd. Robinson and Soldier Roads on Friday from
Kayshaun, Dennis; other relatives and friends incuding: Rev. Rolston i
Smith and the Smith’s family, Barbear Rahming, Sophia Todd, Naishae }

10:00am to 6:00pm, on Saturday from 10:00am to 12:noon and at the
church from-1:00pm until service time.

MRS. YVANA
STEPHANIE
MCKINNEY-BETHEL, 51

of Keywest Street, died at The Princess
Margaret Hospital on Saturday, 29th
January, 2011.

She is survived by her husband: Philip .M.
. Bethel; parents: Anita Simeon & Eve
Moise; 2 sons: Xavier and Stephen; 5
daughters: Shanique, Anastacia, Lithera,
Inderia and Jandeira; 9 sisters: Gladys,

assisted by Rev. Ivan Butler Sr. Interment Lynette, Rita, Gloria, Roslyn, Arnette, Evelyn, Stephanie, Rachel, and

will follow in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier Mepreza; 3 brothers: Steve, Harvey, and Cavner; numerous grandchildren,

: nieces and nephews cousins and a host of relatives and friends too

: ; ; : numerous to mention.
Left with precious memories are daughters: :

: Funeral Announcement will be announced at a later date.







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

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

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

MR. KING SOLOMON
MISSICK, 58

| of Hepburn Town, Eight Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama, willbe held on Saturday, February :
5, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Stephen Anglican }
Church, Bartlett Hill, Eight Mile Rock, Grand }
Bahama. Officiating will be Rev’d Father :
Rudolph V. Cooper. Interment will follow in :
the Harbour West Public Cemetery, Bartlett ;

Hill, Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama.

Left to cherish his fond and precious : J : :
: husband: Tavaris Colebrook; children: Ariel, April, Cherelle, Taravis Jr.

memories are his wife: Gloria Missick;

daughter: Kimberley Missick-Hanna; sons: Darren, Kently and Kingsley and. £xt¢ , : ,
Missick; stepson: Carlton Ferguson; grandchildren: Jason Martin, Tamiko ; “Kalik” Newbold; sisters: Heather, Alexandra, Nyjer, Vashti and Shornelle;

i brothers: Ashley, Conrad, Garvin, Oswald, Joey, Bernard, Dwayne and

Hanna Jr., Calyia, Asane, Cartlon Jr., Carltonette and Deonté Ferguson,

Darrenique and Karashana Missick; sisters: Dorinda Been and Judy t SI
; and Evangelist Miriam Green, the Bluff, South Andros; aunts: Rose Green.

Missick; brothers: George, Daniel, Linwill, Deno, Veno “Mario”, Jason,

Bert and Randy Missick; nieces: Nathania and Tiffany Been, Ji atiquq, : i V 1 ‘ 4
: Glinton, Velma and Brendarine Green, Jestina Simmons and Geniva Rolle;

Marcia, Sinovia, Indiana, Nasaha, Vanessa, Earlisa, Carnetta, Sharos,

Latoya Basden, Gressica and Theresa Seymour; nephews: Anthony, } : J
: Bain and Kermit Newbold; mother-in-law: Eureka Colebrook; sisters-in-
: law: Trisha Newbold, Minister Majorie LaFleur and Theresa Rolle; brothers-

Terrance, Ricardo, Fabian, Shavargo, Deno Jr., Deon, Marco, Reno, Hosea,
Jevin, Tania, Deangelo, Prescott Jr., Dale Jr., Renardo, Trinity, Malachi,

Ezra Jr. J effrey, Christopher and Raymond Culmer, Cyril, Emmanuel and : é
: Cleare; and a host of other relatives and friends including: Maurice Moore
: Primary School family, Sir Jack Hayward Junior/Senior High School family, |
: the family of Shiloh Seventh Day Adventist Church, Freeport, Grand

Henry Rollins, Christopher Cooper, Kenneth and Lavar Seymour;
grandnieces: Nathea, Ternisha, Shawntika, Sonaria, Ezranique, Sanyjah,
Carneisha, Angel and Tanaya Rollins, Ashley Hanna, Kaithlyn Bartlett,

Chrishna, Chrishelle, Melissa, Raquel, Rachel and Jeffrika Culmer, Janay
McPhee, Richaro and Richay Fritz; grandnephews: Emmanuel Jr. and :
Zechariah Rollins, Cyril McPhee, Kelcy Forbes, Kinsey Hall, Ramon and ;
Jeremy Culmer; aunts: Anita and Roselyn Missick; uncles: Bishop Edward :

Missick, Minister Samuel Simmons and Thomas Gardiner; sisters-in-law:

Olive Rollins, Naomi Seymour, Lillian Williams, Viola and Elizabeth
Missick and Mrs. Missick (Turks and Caicos); brothers-in-law: Buster i
Been, Carnette. Rollins and Joseph Cooper; nieces-in-law: Pamela and ;

Chantel Culmer; cousins: Oslee Campbell, Ann (Tit), Elaine, Ida, Hazel,
Christina: Williams, Eva (Fannie), Joy, Pat Gardiner, Clarinda Johnson,

| Leon Campbell, Mildred Outten, Victoria, Clarabell, Lorraine, Joshua

and Llewellyn Gardiner, Llewellyn Simmons, Vernita, Mary, Branford,
Glenford, Mclean, Doc, Dee, Monica Delancy, Cassandra, Shirley, Edna,
Ethlee, Armetta, John T, Joel, Walter, Joshua, Charlie, Jetome, Antoine,
Geneva, Linda, Nancy, Annie, Raphaletta, Novial, Edward Jr., Car, Karen,
Andrea, Andrea, Stephanie, Matthew, Calvin Jr., Ervin, Eustace, Beatrice,
Shirleymae, Sherry, Sheena, Wesley, Evamae, Gloria, Brenda, Lydia,
McDonald, Barbaralee, Princess, Edith, Emadle, Helen, Angela, Katie,

Williams.

and Crematorium Limited, #11-A Coral Road, Freeport, Grand Bahama

Hom 9: ove a.m. until service time.

Memorial Service for
MRS. JACINDA
JASMINE NEWBOLD-
COLEBROOK, 31

of ##16 Lango Place, Freeport, Grand |
Bahama will be held on Friday, February 4,
2011 at 7:30 p.m. at Shiloh Temple Baptist
Church, 4th Street and Poinciana Avenue,
The Grove, Nassau, New Providence.
Officiating will be Rev. Lewis C. Cash,
assisted by other ministers of the Gospel.

Left to cherish. her memories are her

and Alex Vaughn Colebrook; mether: Cheerene Green; father: Alexander

Jerone; numerous nieces and nephews; grandparents: Rev. Euthal Green
Thompson, Susie Hewitt, Miriam Fernander, Thelecia Thomas, Lorna

uncles: Samuel, Euthal Jr., Prince, Joel, Ernest and Craver Green, Bernard

in-law: Jackson, Jonathan, Samuel, Carlos, George Colebrook and Brian

Bahamas, The Family of Shiloh Baptist Church, New Providence, the
family of the Bluff South Andros, the family of Podoleo Street, and the
family of Nassau Street, Nassau.

Death Announcement
MR. EDWARD N.
FORBES, 52

of Pinedale, Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama,
died at the Princess Margaret Hospital, Nassau,
New Providence on Friday, January 28, 2011.

He is survived by his daughters: Anastasia |
Thompson-Laing and Quittla Hanchell; son:
Kendal L. Thompson; grandchildren: Quinton |
and Gregory Hanchell, Donnell Missick, |
Lawanda Russell, Torianno Knowles, Elaine

Eva, Esther and Nathaniel and a host of other relatives and friends. ‘Special ae : ee po a ee ae ee ae ene
thanks to the doctors, nurses at the Rand Memorial and Princess Margaret : . Poca ate) era ue caen Pe 8

i-Jr., and Solvanis Russell Jr.; sister: Nancy Forbes-Milford; brothers:
Hospital, the Kidney Centre, Branford and mney Hendfield and Lillian ' Alexander, Stanley Jr., Ebenezer, Charles, Randolph, Joshua and Benjamin

: Forbes; stepsister: Vernita Rolle; stepbrother: Linwood; son-in-law: Gary
: Hanna: close friends: Clarence Williams, Kendal Thompson Sr., famil
Viewing will be held in the “Serenity Suite” at Restview Memorial Mortuary ' and friends of Farrington Road and Sesame Street, Nassau and a host of

on Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and again at the church on Saturday Diente abves a danas.

? Funeral Arrangements will be announced at a later date.





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ROCHELLE JESTINA
WELLS-DAWKINS,
69

of East Street and formerly of Old Bight,
Cat Island who died on Monday January
24, 2011 will be held on Saturday
February 5, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. at
Community Holiness Church, Bahama
Avenue. Officiating will be Pastor
‘Gladstone Patton assisted by Rev.
Michael Hinsey and Deacon Anthony Sands. Interment will
follow in Southern Cemetery, Cowpen and Spikenard Roads.

Precious Memories will forever linger in the hearts of her Life
long friend: Abraham George; Three Daughters: Delores Baker,

Brendamae Dawkins and Jarnaine George; Two Sons: John Baker |
and Arlington Dawkins; Step Daughter: Lorna Joseph; Eight °

Grandchildren: Wilfred Jr., Calvin and Anastacia McPhee,
| Shanova, Kevinque, Waydena, Bridgae and Marvin; Three Great-
| great grandchildren: Anthony, Calvinique and Angel McPhee;
| Two Sisters: Francina Storr and Lilamae Burrows; Three Brothers:
| Herman McMinns of Lake Placid, Charles Rolle and Clayton
| Wells; Three Brothers-in-law: Fredrick Storr, Rufus and Vernal
| Dawkins; Four Sisters-in-law: Mordell Wells, Hazel, Rosana and
Margaret Dawkins; Nieces: Carla, Cola, Patrice, Earthamae,
Jacqulin, Charlene, Sheryl, Jean Morgan, Adell, Brutalin, Fredrica,
Deka, Joan, Jelina, Jessie of Orlando, Fla., Roslyn, Georgimae
and Gloria McMinns, Kendra, Pearlamae, Megan, Tonya, Bianca
and Doramae; Nephews: Melvin, Jacob, Elvis, Norman, Hermis,
Deon, Hubert, Audley, Randon, Garin, Ricardo, Sherman, Harvey,
Syril, Outlin, Sidney, Dario, Shawn of Orlando, Fla., Ivory and
Norman McMinns; Friends: Roselee and Family, Tiffany Bullard
and Family, Firstina Seymour and Family, Clementa Gilbert and
Family, Isabel Burrows and Family, Theserene Gray and Family,

Jennifer King and Family, Fine Dawkins and Family, Julia -

.Armbrister and Family, Hanna’s Hardware Family, Rosemary,
Shantell Smith and Family, and the Community of Old Bley Cat
‘Island and others to numerous too mention.

Viewing will be held in the Legacy Suite of Vaughn O. Jones ©

Memorial Concer Mt. Royal Ave. and Talbot Street on Friday
‘from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and at thé church on Saturday from
10:00 a.m. to service time.

CRISPIN KRISTHOPISON
*Tallest’’
DEAL, 30

of Commonwealth Blvd., Elizabeth

Estates who died on Tuesday January |

18, 2011 will be held on Friday February

4, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. at New Bethany

Baptist Cathedral, Key West Street.

Officiating will be Bishop Victor Cooper

Jr., assisted by other Ministers of the

Gospel. Interment will follow i in Adelaide Cemetery, Adelaide. ,

Precious Memories will forever linger in the hearts of his Parents:
Hazel and David Deal; his Son: Delmaro Deal; Three Brothers: |
David, Duran and Nicardo Deal; Two Sisters: Crystal Deal and }
Nicole Cooper-Bodie; Grandmother: Vera Deal; Three Uncles: |
Franklyn, Robert and Jonathan Deal; Seven Aunts: Rena
Whymms, Francis Rolle, Roselyn and Gladys Johnson, Elenore |
and Lana Deal and Merlene Smith; Five Grandaunts: Hilda Taylor, |
Mary Simmons, Loretta Jones, Elizabeth Deleveaux and Lydia
Taylor; Two Grand Uncles: Solomon Taylor, Wilfred Taylor of |
Boca Raton, Florida and Peter Simmons; Special Friend: Violett
Baptiste; One Sister-in-law: Redina Deal; Numerous cousins
including: Estella Rosenfield, of Boynton Beach, Florida, Oralee
Jones, Emmaritta Munroe, Dedrianne Brown, Jennifer Lleida,
Jenora Wellington, Loraine Williams, Sean Cooper, James, Kevin
and Earnest Francious; and a host of other relatives and friends
including: Javon Pinder and family, the Williams, Smith, Evans
and Stubbs families of Conmonweale Boulevard, Elizabeth
Estates.

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

Mt. Royal Aveuve & Talbot Steet, Opposite Sodio a Draperies

masse 380-8077



Telephone: 676-2386 © 24 Hour Emergency



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Daniel Rudolph Cartwright, 45
ore called "David" |

Baptist Church,

Commonwealth Boulevard,

cremation will follow.



Lemon, John and: Charles Cartwright Jr.; four nieces, Francis,
Knowles; six nephews, Theo Coakley, Antonio and Junior

Hanchell; two aunts, Gerlinee Pyfrom and Queen Hanna;
nine grand nieces, Indij McCoy, Precious Hanchell, Gordejah,

Doramay Daxon, Patsy Brown, Idella, Shantell, Karen, Hubert,
Prestello and Terrance Brown, Vernal Cartwright, Lorrinder,
Morneste, Lakesha,. Loshannel, Endesha, Demisha, Louise
of Turks and Caicos Islands, Steve Mullings of Inagua and
Ken Capron; other relatives and friends include, Edward

Symonette and family, May Adderley and family of Inagua,
Shantell Cleare, Mario Cleare, Vannie Flowers, Karen Johnson,

the entire community of St. Lucia Cresce.

Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at THE
CHAPEL OF MEMORIES COMMONWEALTH FUNERAL

6: 30pm on Saturday at the church from 12noon to service
time.

OBITUARIES

. : me:
Commontvealth Funeral Home,
g Independence Drive ¢ Phone: 341-4055 Ss

Funeral Services For .

of St. Lucia Crescent Elizabeth
Estates, who died at his :
residence January 19th, willbe :
held on Saturday 2:00 p.m. at :
Commonwealth Mission :

| Elizabeth Estates. Bishop :
Arnold E. Josey will officiate and :

| Left to cherish his memories are:
j two sisters, Rachel and Louise :
Cartwright; three brothers, :



: Hall and Patsy Rahming; three sons, Jermaine, Ted.and

McCoy, Deandra Clarke, Chrisbell McCoy and Samantha : Nat Jr; one sister, Olivia Jane Symonette; one brother,

Cartwright, Cedrick and Vince Ferguson, Mike and Giovanni Joseph Hall four Grand-cleugisir cen ae te.
‘ Nathan and Demico; five great grand-children, Thirty-

‘Mollie, Leshea, Lakiea and Sheria Ferguson, Bernadette : four nieces: Sharlene, Sandra, Edith, Delena, Alsada,
h :
Ingraham, Kenya and Geavina Hanchell; eight grand : Mary, Nora, Vangie, Paula, Brenda, Norma, Lillian’

nephews, Leroy and Fedrico Ferguson, Bernard and :
Bernardo Ingraham, Robert Jr., and Christen Hanchell, Gary } Roselyn, Delena, Mary Sweeting, Carolyn Stuart, Jacklyn
and Anton Taylor; cousins, Vernie Davis, Steven, Junior and :
: Richards, Marlena Knowles, Dee Anderson, Marinique,
Rowvana Symonette, Ella Hall, Brenda Smith, Cherylmae
‘ Hall,
including, Andrew, Joseph Jr., Harold, Alfred, Chawn,
: Garnet, Eddie, Cleveland, Mark, Stephen, Mack, James,
and family, Sheler Cox and family, Leon and family, Mr : Leroy, Jack, Manessa, Ted, Michael and Matthew
: Sweeting; one daughter-in- -law, Perry Hall; one sister-
Lionel Daxon, Rubyann Hanna and family, Alice Pyfrom and :
family, Sandra Cleare, Sidney Cleare, Philip and Jacqueline eae Susan Hall, devoted care-givers: ee ee
Sturrup, Melinda: Brown, Shanique Turnquest, Phillipa Sturrup, Dorsette: precious friends: Chris Cates, William and
Kenny King, Kevin Carey, Mr and Mrs Barr, Mr Archer, Mr. | Margaret Johnson, Denise Sands, Muriel Newbold, .

and Mrs Wilmott, Ernestine Butler, Mr and Mrs Popel, Mr ; Latoya Pinder and the entire community of Rock Sound,

Warren, Christell Rolle and family, Ms Evans and family and :

: Relatives and friends may pay their last respects at THE
: CHAPEL OF MEMORIES COMMONWEALTH
: FUNERAL HOME INDEPENDENCE DRIVE on Friday
HOME, INDEPENDENCE DRIVE on Friday from 11am - from 11:00-6:30 p.m. and on Saturday from 9: 30 a.m.

: to service time.

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Mr. Nathaniel Hall, 79
affectionately called “Nat”.





of Rock Sound, Eleuthera,
who died at his residence
January 28th, will be held on
Saturday 11:00 a.m. at The
Chapel of Memories
Independence Drive. Elder
William Johnson, assisted by
Elder Raphael Johnson will
officiate and cremation will
follow.












Left to cherish his memories
are, two daughters, Cynthia











Lenora, Mary, Evia, Cleomie, Telofa, Evalyn, Delena,





McDonald, Josette Cooper, Carolyn Mark, Sharon






Rose and Brenda; twenty seven nephews












Eleuthera.












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Codar Crest funeral Home

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

FUNERAL SERVICE FOR
_ Francita ‘‘Pheres”’ Rolle, 87

a resident of # 306.Palm Beach Apts, Pinta
Avenue, South Bahamia, Freeport Grand
*{ Bahama and formally of High Rock South

Andros will be held on Saturday, February
5th, 2011, 10am at Kemp Road Ministries,
Kemp Road, Nassau, The Bahamas.
Officiating will be Apostle Clement M. Neely,
Bishop Theophilus Neely assisted by Elder
Shianne O. Dillet and Deacon Theophilus Rolle
and other Ministers of the gospel. Interment
will be made in Woodlawn Gardens, Soldier
Road. :







| Yager Funeral Home Ch Crematorium |

Queen’s Highway
P.O. Box F-40288, Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas
Tel: 352-8118 ¢ Paging: 352-6222 #1724 "
Fax: 351-3301

i a

- SYDRIAN LENNIN
RIGBY, 66 —

and a resident of #6 Poinciana
Drive, Freeport and formerly of
Abaco will be held on Saturday
5th, February at 10:00 a.m. at the
Freeport Bible Church, West
Atlantic Drive. Officiating will be
Pastor Wilbur Outten, assisted by
Pastor Karol Roache. Interment
will follow in the Grand Bahama
Memorial Park II, Frobisher Drive.






































Left to cherish her memories, gone but not
forgotten are her two sons, Sanfred and

< Herman; adopted children, Auderey and Nat
Smith, Jenny Neely, Doris Kemp, Susie Green, Sandra and James Bartlett,
Bishop Theophilus (Theo) and. Sis. Blooming Neely, Lofton and Francita Neely,
Alton and De Rolle, Althea and Eric Sands and Miss Oveta Green;
grandchildren, Elder Shianne and Brian Dillett, Nekera and Rico Belizaire,
Glenard, Sanfred Jr., Sanfred Oswald, Sanny Royann Crystal and Vesco;
great grand children, Deiomonique, De-Ashley, Byan and Brandon, Ajah,
Natalya, Bishanti and Judeah, Rashawn and Asante, Sienna-and Kaheel,
Makayla and Verria; one sister, Mimiam Green; one brother-in-law, Rev.
.Euthal Green; two sister-in-law, Inez and Luella Rolle; nieces and nephews
are, Madlevn Edison, Laura, Nadine, Collester, Winfield, Maggie, Luella,
Alpleus, Joshua, Caled, Steve, Eneas, Bradley and Roger Rolle, Lucine Darcy,
Ervin, Magnolie, Eloise, Ezerine, Clyde, Mable, Barbara, Arabelle, Maxine and
Ele Rolle, Alice Cunniggham, Litfield, Doretta, Steven, Ivy and Luther Rolle,
Helen Green, Cleveland, Maureen, Princess, Andrew, Prescola, Darlene, Peter
and Collin Rolle, retired Captian Glenn and Willamae Neely, Louise Smith and
Anna Forbes, Franklyn, Dennis, Andrew and Jenkin Gibson, Leotha Adjei,
Birdiemae Storr, Florcita and Elvetta Gibson, Rose, Cherene, Mayann, Mimiam,
Velma, Launa, Samuel, Euthal Jr., Joel, Crever, Ernest and Prince Green, Ms.
Katherina Smith, Mrs Preatha Gibbs, Mrs. Denise Curtis, Shandera Smith,
Adrian and Maxwell Smith; grand nieces and nephews, Natalie and Javan
Smith, McCartney Mario and Montez, Jason, Pete, Priskah and Jamal, Marcia
Sweeting, Theodore, Beryn, Kathy, Iris, Lovietta, Zovia, Sonia, Grace, Leslie,
Claudia, Kayla, Apostle Clement, Kendrick and Kayla; family and friends
are, Miss Natasha Darville, godchildren, Cle Johnson and family, Mrs.Virgina
Mott and family and Trevor Bain, Miss Linda Mcintosh and family, Her best
friend Ms. Anabell Knowles and family of High Rock, Mrs. Pamela Saunders
and family and Mrs. Joan Jones and family of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama,
Ms. Karen Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Johnathan Gibson and family,
Mrs Doreen Forbes and family Rev. Glendia Knowles and family, Miss Judy
Rolle and family, Mrs Lula Bain and family, Mrs. Vera Bethel and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles-.and Shirley Johnson and family, Mrs. Lillian Forbes and
family, Mrs. Hazel Johnson and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry and Hilda Johnson
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe and Deloris Johnson and family, Mrs. Elma Bain
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elon Rolle and family, Mrs. Estella Bain and family, .
Walton and Willamae Rolle.and family, Carnard Bethel and family, Roland
Duncombe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joycelyn and Adolphous Green and
family, Rev. Daren and Lilly Sturrup and family, Ms. Ruth Dames and family
of Sea grape, Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama, Ms. Ruby Hanna And family
of Nassau, Mr. and Mrs. John and Paula Hall and family of Nassau, Rev.
Clyde Flowers and family of Bimini, Mr. and Mrs. Tyrone and Willie Watkins
and family of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Many thanks to the doctors, nurses
and staff at A & E Out Patient Clinic and Female Medical Ward at the Princess
Margaret Hospital and the Rand Memorial Hospital Freeport Grand Bahama,
the entire communities of High Rock, The Bluff and Smith Hill South Andros
and others too numerous to mention. .






Cherished memories are held by his wife Icilda Rigby three
sons Peter Adderley, Sydrian Lennin Jr. and Eric Rigby two
daughters Garnett Green and Cyprianna Rigby-Rolle one-son-
in-law Domek Rolle six grandchildren Tekito Stevens, Miguel,
Tyler and Madison Adderley, Jason Williams and Shane Green
four sisters Olive Rigby, Isadora Rolle, Maxine Burrows and
Olive Gardiner one brother Samuel Rigby Jr. five aunts Edith
| Hinson, Erremilda Simmons of Turks and Caicos, Annamae
Stubbs, Christine Delancy and Dorothy Archer of New
Providence one uncle Darius Rigby of Wabasso, Florida four
sisters-in-law Bernadine Rigby, mae Comrie of England, Babsie
Brooks and Violet Welsh of Jamaica five brothers-in-law Roland
Rolle, Fredrick Burrows, Howard Gardiner, Lennin Welsh and
Wendell Brooks of Jamaica 13 nieces Patricia Simms, Yasmin
Popescu, Annitra Brown, La-Geisha and Abril Rolle, Veronica
} and Nyoka Burrows, Tiffany “ aunders, Kristen Sands, Kate
Saintel, Keviann Brown, Alicia and Chelsea Blues 10 nephews
Ernest, Bill, Godfrey, Ullin, Mariano and Kareem Rigby, Roland
Rolle Jr., Chad Gardiner, Joshua and Jeremiah Brown and a
host of other relatives and friends including Joyce Hall, Emily
Gardiner, Mary Knowles, Udah Penn, Charmayne Sands,
Daphne Riley, Ellen glinton, Rosemarie Rigby, Wanda and
SolHoliday, Velma and Sam Pratt, Ruthmae Lumpkin, Agatha
Gilmore, Janice Dorsey, William, Ronald and Audra Rigby,
Judy Ferninand, Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Anita Missick,
Joseph and Donna Pratt and families, Barrington Lynch of
Canada, Pastor and Mrs. Wilbur Outten, Pastor and Mrs. Karol
Roache, Glen and Ruby Outten, Sam Melvin, Martin Munroe,
Jack Bahl, the Welsh family of Jamaica, Freeport Bible Church
family, Wide World Forwarding, Freeport Transfer, Bahamas
Customs Dept. and many others too numerous to name.





























































Relatives and friends may pay their respects at Yager Funeral
Home and Crematorium, Queens Highway on Friday from
12:00 noon until 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday at the church from
9:00 a.m. until service time.




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









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Rurtiss Memorial Mortuary

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

} Last Rites for |
DON GRANVILLE

‘Papa’
CANTER, 45

of Wood Cay & Dundas
Town, Abaco and formerly
of North Mastic Point,
Andros, will be held on
Saturday at 11:00 A.M. at
Greater Chippingham
Church of God, Eden Street
and Rosebud Street.

‘Officiating will be Pastor
Dennis Lafrenier, assisted by Other Ministers of
Religion. Interment in The Southern Cemetery,
Cowpen and Spikenard Road.


















He is survived by his parents: Granville and Ethreal
Canter; one brother: Kirk; six sisters: Paulamae
Morley, Zendamae Johnson, Denise Roberts Remilda
Oliver, Vernamae Knowles and Sherine Canter; Six
aunts: Harriet Minns, Erma Colebrooke, Nikabell,
Verdell, Geneva, Bernice, Bertha Canter; Three
uncles: Alfred Colebrooke, Alphonso and Samuel
Canter; Numerous Nephews, Nieces family and
friends including, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Capron of
the Good Samaritan Home, the staff of the male
medical and surgical wards one and two, Granville
Bain orthopedic ward, Solomon Roberts Sr. , Perry
Johnson, Dwayne Motley, Valarie Williams, Rosita
Minns and family, Bishop John Humes and the church
of God National Office family, Pastor Carl Lafrenier
and the Greater Chippingham church family, Kizzy
Anderson, (care giver), Mr. Carlton Bowleg and
| family; confidents, Genest Roberts, Perez Johnson,
Zendall Colebrooke, Mr. Ed Ambrister, Perry
Johnson, Dwayne Morley, Mr. Randy Curtis and the
staff of Curtis Memorial Mortuary, and the entire
communities of North and South Mastic Point.

























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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Za Stueeting’s Colonial
Ye) Mortuary And Creniatorium

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

FINAL RITES AND BURIAL FOR

Mr. Jean Joseph Lexon, 48

a resident of Buford Street,
Stapledon Gardens, will be
held at Our Lady's Catholic
Church, Deveaux Street on
Saturday, 5th February,
.2011 at 1:00 p.m. Officiating
will be Rev. Father Roland
Vilfoit S.M.M. Interment will
follow in Southern Cemetery,
Cowpen and Spikenard
Roads. i

Left to cherish his memories
is his wife, Marie Joseph;
four daughters, Frangina,

| _ Stephanie, Jennyfer and Amania Joseph, Michael; five

brothers, L'Herison, Erol, Wilson, Francis and Simon;
fifteen sisters, Lauranise, Clausette, Martine, Juliette,

| Gerla, Roseleine, Tiyane, Cedie Michelle, Sylfida,

Nadeleine, Seradieu, Odiger, ‘Selius, Alianna and
Atephanie; ‘ten nephews, Lbrio, Kenson, Mark, Junior,
Jhon Luckson, Welson, Marra, Jacki, Marson and Kerb;
fifteen nieces, Mirlande, Jenny, Wedlene, Brianca,
Brandy, Britisha, Tamika, Josephine, Joseline, Gerda,
Jinette, Kerline, Janie, Merlande, Sylverst and Wallson:
two brothers-in-law; Wisley and Karl; sister-in-law,
Kerline, and a host of other relatives and friends
including, Gerla mon Desir, Catz, Jacque Alain, Adamar,
Alix, Cougera, Lexene, Leslie, Adner, Sudney, Rodner,
Ouilene,.Kettley, Daphne, Kitland, Erlande, Oslane, Olga,
Elsie, Claudette, Jeannette, Emma, Jean Claudette
Elme, Nathasha, Jinette, Wilda, Mr, Jean Claude Elme,
Duverno, Jerry Guillaume, Darling Joseph, Jessie-Isma,
Francilion, Virjule, Frank, Genita Charles, Jean Claude,
Charles, Andrew, Kevin, Jose, Sherline, Donald, Steve,
Christine, Lauremisi, Pastor Lindor, Mickelange, Garlene.

Saurette, Joquel, Gerline, Ideja, Tony, Jessie, Yvrose,

Laurie, Kenson, Clenide, Ross, John, Mrs. Ellie, The
Cox, Mondesir, Petit-Frene, Aris, Mrs Jacqueline Clarke,

| Joseph, Fils-aime, Remi, Jean Baptist, Eliodor, Nenaldo,

Antoine, Natasha, Christine Hutchensen and families
and relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

The body will repose at the Chapel of the Saints
Sweeting's Colonial Mortuary and Crematorium, #84
Blue Hill Rd. from 10.00 am on Friday until 6:00pm and
on Saturday from 11:00am and at the Church from
12.00noon until service time.







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Butler’s Funeral Homes

_& Crematorium

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







MARINA.
*“*Rina”’
MAE PINDER,
74

of Jerome Avenue,
-formerly of Rock Sound,
Eleuthera, will be held on
Saturday, February O5th,
2011,- ‘at 2:00: p.m. at St.
Matthew’s Anglican
Church, Shirley and Church
Streets. Officiating will be Rev. Fr. Crossley Walkine,
assisted by Rev. Dr. James B. Moultrie, Rev. Fr. Don
Haynes and Venerable Archdeacon James Palacious.
Interment will follow in the Eastern Cemetery,
Dowdeswell Street.















Left to cherish her fond memories are: her children:
Leslie Marina Pinder, Gina Gwendolyn Pinder, Sloanne '
Pinder Nottage, three brothers: Wideon, Livan and
Sydney Pyfrom; two sisters: Van Pyfrom Oldham and
Donna Pyfrom Leary ; one son-in-law: Jared Nottage
Sr., one brother-in-law: Gerald Oldham; two sisters-
in-law: Susan Wells Pyfrom and Anginette Rolle
Pyfrom; her grand aunt: Doris Mortimer; five
grandchildren: Jamie Kennedy, Ashley Kemp, Jaleesa,
Jared Jr., Janeel and Jarell Nottage; two nephews:
Omar Leary and Aranah Pyfrom Jr., three nieces:
Mona Pyfrom Bain, Nika Pyfrom, Margaret Pyfrom
and many other greatly loved nieces and nephews, and
a host of other relatives and friends too numerous to
mention including the B.E.C. family and St. Matthew’s
Church family.
















Friends may pay their last respects at Butlers’ Funeral
Homes & Crematorium, Ernest and York Streets on
Friday, February 04th, 2011 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:30
p-m. and at the church on Saturday from 1:00 p.m. until
service time.






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Thursday, February 3, 2011 °PG 11

“@ Bethel Brothers Morticians

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

| Funeral Service For __|

BENJAMIN
LIVINGSTON FORBES,
50 |

of Wild Guava Drive, Pinewood
Gardens, will be held on Saturday,

| February 5th, 10:00 a.m. at Annex
Baptist Church, Wulff Road and

- Pinedale. Apostle Mitchell Jones,
assisted by other ministers of the
gospel will officiate. Interment .
will follow in Lakeview Memorial

| Gardens, J.EK. Drive.





Aus He is survived by his Wife: Hilda
Doreen; Children: Latifa Benjalique, Benjamin Livingstone,
and Deja; Father: Benjamin Livingstone Sr.; Stepmother:
Marcel; Mother-in-law: Mary; Sisters: Enid, Virginia and Sherry;

| Brothers: Randy, Cromwell and Raymond; Aunts: Irene,

Genester, Margaret, Pearline, Francis, Florence, Maydawn,
Majorie, Vernita, Martha and Princess; Uncles:Noel, Samuel,

Amos, Rahming, Daniel and Stanley; Nieces: Glonevia, Lithera,

Monique, Meyesha, Shantavia, Pashara and Katey; Nephews:
Garland Jr., Randy Jr., Ryand, and. Charles Jr.; Nephew-in-
Law: Garron; Grand-nephews: McKayle and Gemari; Grand-
nieces: Robyn and Tori; Step-sisters: Deborah, Monique, Keva,
Shantel, Carla, Alison, Kim and Dedrie; Step-brothers: Derick,
Floyd, Don, Ken, Wayde and Shayne; Sisters-in-law: Michelle,
Elaine, Joycelyn, Stacy and Nadia; Brothers-in-law: James,
Leroy, Errol, Whitfield and Shannon; God-mother: Dorothy;
Expectant Son-in-law: Stanley Joseph. A Host of Cousins,
Extended Family and Friends Including: Patrick Rahming,
Patrick Lewis, Keron William, Prince Williams and Family,
Dwight Colebrooke and Family, Roslyn Rolle and Family,
Shaila and Sarina Murji of Morgantown, WV, Wendal Francis,
Mearlyn Armbrister, Dentoya Graham, Roderick Brown, the
Public Manager’s Union; The Tarpum Bay Community; The
Cowpen Road Community; the Trade Union Congress; The
National Insurance Board; SAC Class of 1978; The College of
The Bahamas; Nova Southeastern University; The Gibson,
Bethel, Culmer, Cartwright, Cooper, Francis, Brown, Symonette,
Hunt, Carey, Wood, Taylor, Johnson, Gibson, Basden, Butler,
Stubbs-Collins, Clarke, Lewis, Rahming, Moss, Rolle and
Lightbourne Families; The Haddick Family of Pennsylvania,
The Church of God of Prophecy; The Annex Baptist Cathedral
Community, The General Post Office and First Caribbean
International Bank; The Princess Margaret Hospital and Water
and Sewerage Corporation.

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





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7th Terrace Collins Ave. ° (242) 356-2187 © PO. Box G.T. 2679 ¢ Nassau, Bahamas



FUNERAL SERVICES di

Gregory James Brokmeier, 52
of Culberts Hill,

at 2:00pm _ at



Street.

Adderley, Katina, Aleien and Monique Ferguson and
friends especially Jason Rolle, Philip “Philly” Wallace
and Janis W. Henfield. —

- Chapel at Ferguson’s Funeral Directors, 7th

5:00p.m. and at the church on Friday from 1: mae: m.
until service time.

of Golden Gates #2 and formerly of Middle Caicos,

. Winton
».| Estates will be held on :
| Friday, February 4th, 2011 :
THE :
LUTHERAN CHURCH OF :
NASSAU, John F. Kennedy :
Drive. Officiating will be :
-REV’D SAMUEL BOODLE. :
Interment will be made in The :

West t N

Soe oleae : brothers-in- aw Timothy Robinson and Albert
: : Williams of Provodanciales, Turks and Caicos Islands;
He will forever be loved and sadly missed by his ; one aunt, Clementina Fall;

loving mother, Olga, stepfather, Ernst; cousins, : including, Shirley Smith, Annis Hall,

Carolyn and Gladstone Ferguson; Angela and David :.Robinson, Glenda Stone, Carol, Melanie, Vanderlene

- Adderley; Paulette Winder of Orlando Florida; Jaleel; | 29d Cindy Robinson and Margaret Tatum; numerous
Tiff ; Letiti helle, Amb ion’ & Kiki :
ey eee ee : Bain of Baltimore, Maryland, USA, Henry and
: Whitfield Bain of Freeport, Grand Bahama, |
: Wellington, Godfrey, Raynold and Albert of
: Provodanciales, Turks and Caicos Islands and
The body will repose in the Blessed Redeemer : McArthur Tatum; twentyeight grandnieces and
nephews; and a host of other relative including,
T llins A h f _ : Ethlyn Major of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Rosaida |
Stace Colle avente On LN seay rome ea : Smith of Miami, Florida, Hartley Robinson, Marjory §

Hall and Albert Forbes of New York, Colitta Forbes,
: Frank Forbes, Jr., Merlene Forbes (Titter), Rodney §

: Forbes Sr., Hadly, Marcus and Anthia Forbes, Villia §

Mairiarch Mother Clarita Forbes, 81 : Stubbs, Mertle Morris, Vivian Campbell Dorothy Hall,

: Jenny and Louis Forbes, Melanie Bain, Stephanie

‘ and Dwain Johnson, Rev Lucian Hall, Rev Rueben

Turks and Caicos Islands will be held on Sunday, : ja) Jr, Reverend T. G. Morrison and members of |

February 06, 2011 at 2:30p.m. at Zion Baptist : Zion Baptist Church.

Church East and Shirley Street. Officiating will be :
Rev Terrence G Morrison, assisted by other Ministers : The body will repose in the Blessed Redeemer |

of the Gospel. Interment will be made in The Southern : Chapel at Ferguson’s Funeral Directors,7th Terrace |

Cemetery, Cowpen and Spikenard Roads. | Collins Avenue on Saturday from: 10:00a.m. to: §
| She is survived by three GaNgneel se Inez Forbes, ant service time. CADE OM SUNCayTOUR TOR et

, be.
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Jacqueline Forbes and Terrol
Forbes-Earns; two sons,
Lawrence Forbes and Calvin
Forbes of Freeport, Grand
Bahama; one son-in-law,
Police Corporal 2527
Zhivargo Earns of the Royal
Bahamas Police Force; one
granddaughter, Kendera
Forbes; one sister-in-law,
Inez Fernandez of Freeport,
Grand Bahama; two

numerous nieces
Vanaida

nephews including, Frank and John Bain, William



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Thursday, February 3, 2011












Church, Commonwealth Boulevard,

Cemetery, Soldier Road.

Carey-and Brian Carey; ten sisters-in-law: Alice, Ellsemae, Doris,

Maryann, Pat, Joy, Lee, Suzette, Larry and Charmaine; six brothers- :

in-law: Rufus, Nathaniel, Arnold, Pedro, Pastor Romeo Josey and
Sergeant 912 Deno Josey; three aunts: Jessie Fox, Ethel Knowles
and Encil Knowles; one uncle: Donald E. Knowles; nieces and
| nephews including: Alonzo Jr. and Monique, Dorrien and Janice
(Cincinnati, OH), Lauriette, Simeon and Stephanie Hinsey (Siloam
Springs, AR), Clifton and Tanya Carey (Freeport, GB), Mario and

Catherine Neilly, Rachael, Jenna Neilly, Kimberly and Godfrey :
‘Brathwaite, Shandia Saunders, Philippa Carey, Brian Jr. and Brandon :
Carey, Stefon Gibson; grand nieces and nephews including: :

Antonia Dupuch, Kiaja Barry, Mario Neilly, Jr., Celina Johnson,

Aalaiyah, Anaiyah, Dorrien Jr., Dyson and Samuel Hinsey, Christian :
and Taylor Carey, Veronica Neilly and Janayah Rahming; numerous :
cousins including: Shirley Smith, William Jr., Roy, Wren, Evelyn :
{| Deal, Clara McPhee, Lillian Miller, Loleita Penn, Loretta Mackey,

Jerina Albury, Jenetta Butler, Cleveland, William, Anderson, Frederick,

Talmege, Rolyston, Paul, Glenn, David, Howard, Donald Jt, Charles :
| Knowles, Clarissa Hanna, William Fox, Clarissa Seymour, Arnell :

Green, Beth Fox- -Carey, Lillian and Ricardo Russell, Norma Clarke,

Pastor Collie and family, Tyrone Rolle and family, Meagan Smith,

The Carey, Knowles and Allen families of Nassau and Tarpum Bay,

| Eleuthera, His Excellency C.A. Smith, Ambassador to USA, Mr.

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Rock of Ager Funeral Chapel
Home of The Chariot

Wulff Road & Pinedale
Fel. (2425 323-3800 Or (242) 322-1431 * Pax (242 2) 328-8852
Email: rockofagesbahamas@heotmail.com

“God Is Our Rock And Fi ortress In Him Will I Trust”

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

Arthur Garfield Carey Jr., “Garth”, 50 |

: family, Derald Neilly, Hon. Earl and Mrs. Deveaux, Simeon Mackey,

AP Gaol Bush Street, Culmersville, will Willard Rahming, Courtney Forbes, Emmanuel Nixon and the

be held on Saturday, February 5, 2011 :
at 10:00a.m.,.Commonwealth Baptist :

Elizabeth Estates. Officiating will be :
Bishop Arnold Josey assisted by :
Reverend Dr. Alonzo A. Hinsey. Interment :
will follow in the Woodlawn Gardens :

Precious and cherished memories will :
| forever be held by his beloved wife: Edith :
| | Carey; three sons: Arthur Garfield (Au). :

|) Carey III, Angelo Rolle and Angelanco :

â„¢ Burrows; two daughters: Arthurnique :
Carey and Angelique Burrows; mother: Mary Lillian Carey; three :
grandchildren: Angeliqua Burrows, Trevorna Davis and Angelo :
Rolle Jr.; siblings: Jessie and Rev. Dr. Alonzo Hinsey Sr., Joan :
Carey, Barbara Marsha Carey-Neilly, Donald and Nurse Pamela ‘



and family, the Nixons, Ricko Nixon, the Turnquest family, the Wood —

Culmersville and Marathon Estates families.

FRIENDS MAY PAY THEIR RESPECTS AT ROCK OF AGES
FUNERAL CHAPEL.ON WULFF ROAD & PINEDALE ON FRIDAY
FROM 10:00 A.M. TO 6:00 PM AND AT THE CHURCH ON
SATURDAY FROM 9:00 A.M. UNTIL SERVICE TIME. -

Cordella Smith, 55

.of Fire Trail Road and formerly of
Seymours, Long Island, will be held on
Saturday, February 5, 2011 at 11:00a.m.
at Arrow of Deliverance Church, Cox
Way off East Street South. ‘Officiating
will be Reverend Luther Thurston
assisted by Reverend John H. Innis &
Reverend Irena Deleveaux. Interment will -
be in the Southern Cemetery, Cowpen
& Spikenard Roads.

Left with cherished memories are her
son: Alton Kemp; two daughters:
|Daphne- and Natika Smith; one

: daughter-in-law: Latanya Kemp: one
brother: Clement Smith of Freeport, Grand Bahama; one sister:
Minister Rozena Gray; two adopted sisters: Majorie Turnquest
and Daisybelle Thompson; one sister-in-law: Patrica Smith; one
uncle: Jervais Smith; five grandchildren: Alisha, Dashanique,
La’trey, La’marey and La’donte; five nieces: Monique, Shareen,
Clemeka, Leticia and Clemencia; two nephews: Dave and Ray:
numerous grand nieces and nephews including: Eldica, Edricka,
Edranique, Kayah, Davantae, Tnaja, Davano,.Keno, Kirkland and
Davaughn; a host of other relatives and friends including:
Eulamae, Eloise, Ella, Shirley, Valerina, Sherlynne, Francena, Betty,
lan Butler, Maxine, Ann, Ruth, Lily, Paulette, Ada, Miriam, Carolyn,

: James, Nigel, Kirk, Frederick, Gaston, Johnathan, Mark, Ishmael
Evangeline Hamilton, Jean Thompson, Charles Morris, Albertha
Edgecombe, Charles and William Carey; godfather: Clarence :
Ferguson and a host of other relatives and friends including: :
Trevor Davis, Lakita Williams, Mr. Black, Marcus, Francis, Allen, Mr. :
Leonard and family, Mary and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nottage and :

i family, Mack Nottage, Franky Poitier and family, Johnny and family,

Sawyer, Charles, Edward, Steven, Sergeant 1221 Stafford Smith,
Felicia Smith, Dellereese, Betty and Raymond Hepburn, Reginald
Taylor, Trudy and Kenneth Ward, Ramey Louis, Alice and Marcia §
Newman, Natasha, United Christian Church family, Seed Outreach
Ministry family, Holy uae Outreach Ministry family and Ace Dry
Cleaners.

FRIENDS MAY PAY THEIR RESPECTS AT ROCK OF AGES

‘ FUNERAL CHAPEL ON WULFF ROAD & PINEDALE ON FRIDAY
} and Mrs. Bertram EFernander, Mrs. Ellen Wilkinson, Mrs. Isadora :
f Moncur and family, Mrs. Gurlean Gibson and family, Ms. Carry Rolle :

FROM.10:00 A.M. TO.6:00 PM AND AT THE CHURCH ON J
SATURDAY FROM 10:00 A.M. UNTIL SERVICE TIME. |

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Rock of Ager Funeral Chapel
Home of The Chariot

Wulf Road & Pinedale - i
Fel. (242) 323-3800 Or (242) 322-1431 * Pax (242) 328-8982
Emaik rockefagesbshamas@hotmail.com

“God Is Our Rock And Fortress fn Him Will f Trust:

Te eses hal a

Dieudila Telusnor, 52

of #153 West Street, formerly
of Port-de-Paix, Haiti, will be
held on Saturday, February
5, 2011 at 11:00a.m. Victory
Chapet Church of the
Nazarene, Minnie Street.
Officiating willbe Rev. Dr.
Antoine St. Louis assisted by
other ministers of the gospel.
Interment will be in the
Southern Cemetery, Cowpen
& Spikenard Roads.

| Left to cherish her memories are her three children:

) Gary Olens of Haiti, Monalissa Telusnord and
Jenypha Devallon of Nassau; mother: Elianise

Telusnord; four brothers: Dieufort, Iclanor, Eliance .

and Eli Telusnord; four sisters: Adelcia, Charitable,
Lavanie and Sephise Telusnord; one grandson:
Javon Bellot; three granddaughters: Adah-Imah,

Ana-Gaelle and Mary-Nasta Olens; three brothers- |

in-law: Deni Telfort, Louis Jeane Paris and Sony;
two sisters-in-law: Dieufort and Eli Telusnord;
cousins including: Frazilia, Selphise, Amelie, Lexilia
and Felicia Zapote, Elifane, Adilia and Selphise
Preval, Rosekerline, Lovita, Rose and T Michel;
nieces and nephews including: Djouly, Anne Rose
“and Madelanie Orelhomme, Mirlande Cius, Job
Herard, Jocelyne Herard, Wideline Telusnord, Mrs.
Raymon, Annie, Venia, Rahoul, Jean Robert, Jeanide,
Wilbert, Jean Richard and Louisebette Telfort, Elio,
Valendie and Jeff Telusnord; son-in-law: Al Bellot;
special friends: Sadiece Charite, Louicondieu
Devallon and Mr. Olens; a host of other relatives
and friends including: Cienne and Kery.

FRIENDS MAY PAY THEIR RESPECTS AT ROCK
OF AGES FUNERAL CHAPEL ON WULFF ROAD
& PINEDALE ON FRIDAY FROM 10:00 A.M. TO
6:00 P.M AND AT THE CHURCH ON SATURDAY
FROM 10:00 A.M: UNTIL SERVICE TIME.

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EXCELLENCE IN THE SERVICE WE PROVIDE

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

Tel: 242-394-7999
Fax: 242-3947990
24hrs: 242-341-5309
or 322-3242
Cell:565-9758

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MANAGING/PUNERAL DIRECTOR

Mackey Street South ,
(Opposite Minute Muffler) Nassau, Bahamas

_FUNERAL SERVICE FOR

Mr. Archillies Sands
"Archie", 64

of Summer Crescent off
Cowpen Road wiil be
held on Saturday, -5th
February, 2011 at 11:00
a.m. at Lively Stone
Church of God, Knowles
Drive off Tonique
Williams-Darling
Highway. Officiating will
be Bishop Godfrey |-
Hepburn assisted by |
Pastor Larick Kemp.
Interment will follow in the Southern Cemetery,
Cowpen and Spikenard Roads.

He is survived by his children, Rochelle, Archie
and Jermaine Sands and Clarice Bain; one
brother, Hubert Sands; three sisters, Genevieve
Sands-Bethel, Harriet Sands-Davis and Erma
Sands; grandchildren, Joshua Kemp, Jenson
Palacious and Juliette Durham; nephews, Kevin,
Hubert Jr., and Andrew Sands, David and lan
Bethel, Brian, Larry and Patrick Rahming, Elridge
and Barry Davis; nieces, Michelle Sands and
Eleanor Foster; son-in-law, George Bodie; sister-
in-law, Margaret Sands and a host of other
relatives and friends.

Relatives and Friends may pay their respects at
Evergreen Mortuary, Mackey Street on Friday
from 10:00 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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Emerald Ridge Hartuary
& Moemonent ene ith.

Amethyst Funeral Service
For

MS. SYLVIA CORINE
BARR-NESBITT, 65
of Munson Village, Daisy Manor off

Boyd Road and formerly of Lowe Sound,
Andros will be held on Saturday,

‘February 05, 2011 at 2pm at Bethel :
Baptist Church, Meeting Street. Pastor :
Timothy Stewart, assisted by other :
Ministers will officiate and burial will be :
in Lakeview Memorial Gardens & :
Mausoleums, John F. Kennedy Drive and Gladstone Road. :

The Radiance of this ‘Amethyst of A Gem’ will always glow in the

hearts of her:

Three Sons: Eardley Culmer, Jaaran and Charles Nesbitt; _

Five Daughters: Sabrina Duncombe, Alicia Desir, Theaa Smith,
Linnette and Shirell Nesbitt;

Two Step Daughters: Charlene Fountain and Sherry Rolle;

Two Step Sons: Alvardo Scott and Francis Newbold;

Eleven Grandchildren: Elijah Sr., Keniesha, Rashad, Deno, Shanice,

Rashawn, Rashae, Brent Jr., Elishama, Kylel and Anjanique;

Four Great Grand Children: Edrika, Elijah Jr., Rebeka and Seth : D
: Daughter:

: Two Brothers: John and Patrick Johnson of Grand Rapids, Michigan:
: Three Sisters: Daveann Johnson, Althea Ferguson and Delores Greene;
: Four Nephews: Davin and Darius Johnson, Charles Jr. and Tamar
> arecnes

: Eight Nieces: Keishler, Devanee, Deliah and Tahlia Johnson of Grand

Culmer;

One Sister-in-law: Gloria Barr of Lowe Sound, Andros;

One Step Sister: Isabell Miller;

One Step Brother-in-law: Edison Miller;

Three Sons-in-law: David Duncombe, Brent Smith and Adner Desir;
Eleven Nephews: Patrick Demeritte, Fred Russell, Carlton, Police }
Corporal 2060 Edison and Prison Sergeant Scott Williams, Prison :}
Officer Ezekiel, Theophilus and James Barr, Clyde Evans, Tan and :
Barry Miller;

Eleven Nieces: Mazera Mason, Malindalee Smith, Helen Barr of Red |

Bay, Andros, Deneka Williams, Prison Officer Jenessa, and Lindsey :
Barr, Cheryl Russell, Noralyn, Eulamae and Arrletha Miller and Keva :
Johnson;

Cousins: Milton, Euneka, Terricita, Alan, Margaret, and Sylviamae :
Russell of Miami, Florida, Cathleen Lewis, Sarah Evans, Delaros :
Gould, Mrs. Yvonne Brown, Wendell Polly, Willy Griffin, Inspector !
Murray Evans, Essy Dora Moncur, Tomasina and Mazella Dean,
Eureka Colebroke, Kevin Bootle, Fred, Neville, Evan, Ben, James

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Granddaughter-in-law: Joy Culmer;

Two Nieces-in-law: Paulette and Margo Williams;

Numerous: Grand and Great Grand Nephews and Nieces;

Other loving family and friends including: Ms. Clarnetta Lockhart,
Carlotta Klass, Madline Forbes, Eugie Hepburn, Sharon Chase, Sharon
Bain, Shelly and Christopher Missick, Mr. Wallace, Mrs. Virginia and
Ashley Evans, Hon. Valentine S. Grimes, Hon. Alfred M. Sears, Sam
Carter, Mr. Gary and Barbara Cooper, Euriel McKenzie, Madeline
Desir, Ms. Hepburn, Fredrika McClain, Perline Albury, Craig and
Tiffany Culmer, Barbara Thompson, Andrea Carew, Jessiemae McPhee,
The Lowe Sound Andros Family, Jacqueline Adderley, Vanderline
Rolle, Leila Carey, Elizabeth Bevans, Gloria McClure, Charmine
Dailey, Vanria Johnson, Joseph of Miami, Florida, and Odessa Nesbitt
of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Junior Brown of Freeport, Grand Bahama,
many other family and friends too numerous to mention, but too
important to forget;

+ Special thanks to: The Department and Neate of Public Health
: especially Flamingo Gardens Clinic, Head Office, Ministry of Education,
‘ Parliamentary Registration, Ms. Archer, Female ‘Surgical Ward Princess
: Margret Hospital, Bethel Baptist Church, Sears & Co., Farrington
: Road, Munson Village and their families.

: Visitation will be in the “Emerald Suite” Emerald Ridge Mortuary
: & Monument Company Ltd., #20 Claridge Road of Friday, February
: 04, 2011 from 1pm to 6pm and at Bethel Baptist Church, Meeting
Street on Saturday, February 05, 2011 from 1pm to service time.

Garnet Death Notice
For

MR. CHARLES
CHRISTOPHER
“JOHNSON, 52

of #163 Old Cedar Street, Yellow Elder
Gardens #1 passed from this life into
eternity at the Princess Margaret
Hospital on Monday, January 31, 2011.

The Radiance of this “Garnet of A Gem’
will always glow in the hearts of his:
Ashley Johnson of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida;

: Rapids, Michigan, Desiree Woodside, Tamara, Charilicia and Keri
: Greene;

: One Grand Nephew: Joshua Adderley;

‘ One Grand Niece: Keanna Bain;

: Three Uncles: Arthur and Kenneth Sweeting and Rudolph Rigby of
: Freeport, Grand Bahama;

: Five Aunts: Yvonne Rigby of Freeport, Grand Bahama, Albertha of
‘ New York, Mercianna ‘Albury, Vellora and Ruthmae Sweeting;
: Two Brothers-in-law: Charles Greene Sr. and Winston Ferguson;
‘ One Sister-in-law: Tassia Hooks-Johnson of Grand Rapids: Michigan;

; Other loving family and friends.
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MATRIARCH
EDITH ROLLE, 102



in Old Trail Cemetery, Abundant Life Road.

law: Goldean Rolle and Valarie Rolle; Grandniece: Rose "Cookie"





a resident of Sunlight Cottage & formerly :
of Devil's Point, Cat Island, who passed :
away on 25th January, 2011, will be held :
at New Bethlehem Baptist Church, }
Independence Drive, on Saturday at 11:00 :
a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Dr. Everette :
J. Brown, assisted by Rev. Joseph Saunders, }
Rev. Dr. Erold Farquharson, Elder Yvonne
Deveaux, Elder Viola Roberts & other }
Ministers of the Gospel. Interment follows :

Left to mourn her passing are Three sons: Alonza, Rayford and Kenneth .
Rolle; One daughter: Palace Gloria Rolle Robinson; Adopted son: James :
Bodie, Sr.; Adopted daughter: Meshell Dannal Smith; Two daughters-in- }

Williams; Twenty grandchildren, numerous great and great, great }
grandchildren. Other relatives including: The off-spring of the late Culmer :
Rolle, Isaiah Rolle, Melvina 'Tit' Rolle Dean, Celeste Dawkins, Cleveland i
Rolle, Emma Rolle, Joel Mackey, Rapeletha Brown, Salathiel Mackey, }
Louise Dorsett, Mary 'Jack' Rolle, Rosa Ferguson, Charles Thurston, :
Hercules Roile, Equilla Burrows, James Rolle, Leah Brennen, Angeline :
Seymour, Eunice Dawkins, Ben Rolle, Pleasant Rolle, Albertha Issie }
Rolle, Mena Forbes, Carolyn Rolle, Napoleon Rolle, Myrtle Bain, Louise }
Donald, Clementina Stubbs, Savilda Stubbs, Charles Gibson, Amod }
Rolle, Fred Rolle, Armon Rolle, Adon Rolle, Elma Romer Rolle, Phyllis :
Romer, Jerome Gilbert, Percy Dawkins, Menisha Bowe, Ruth Johnson, ;
Joseph 'Joe Billy' Rolle, Fred Brown, Edris Mortimer and other too }
numerous to mention, Reverend, Dr. Everette Brown and family, Bishop
Benjamin Gibson and family, Pearline Johnson and family, Verdell Johnson :
and family, Maude Rolle and family, Dr. Lyna Rees and family, Delores :
Fernander and family, Monica Charlton and family, Edna Seymour and }
family, Aposde J. Rodney Roberts and family, Rev. Joseph Saunders and }
family, Rev. Hayden Dean and family, Pastor T.G. Morrison and family, :
Wilhemina Hart and family, Sarah Horton and family, Joy and Michael !
‘Tucker and family, Sheila Strachan and family, Vivian Strachan and family, !
Lease Strachan and family, Gwen Moncur and family, Fletcher Deveaux }
and family, Charles 'Blaize' Ferguson and family, ris Daxon and family, |
John Burrows and family, Olly Davis and family, Laura Williams and }
family, C.J. Baptiste and family, Justice Joseph C Strachan and family, }
Barbara Cooper and family, Wordel Dean and family, Attorney Jennifer :
Bastian and family, Dr. Eugene C. Gray and family, Dr. Melanie Thompson :
and family, Dr. Zelrona Mackey and family, Prophet Silvan Farquharson }
and family, Veronica Smith and family, Evangelist Laban Brown and }
family, Attorney Deyane Russell and family, Cecelia Davis and family, :
Yelverton Cox and family, Cyprianna & Wally Winters and family, Lelah :
Adams and family, Aldamae Lloyd and family, Josephine Parker and }
family, Willamae Munnings and family, Alpheus Sampson and family, }
Victoria Laing and family, Melvina Poitier and family, Bernice Forbes ;
and family, Jimmy Bevans and family, Joe Stubbs and family, Descendants }
of McQueens & Devil's Point, Cat Island Community Association, }
) Sunlight Cottage Community, Zion Baptist Church family, Five Porches



of Deliverance Apostolic Tabernacle farnily: New Bethlehem Baptist
Church family especially the Visitation Group, Judicial Department
family, Law Chambers of Marvin B. Pinder, Mackay & Moxey, Legal
Associates, CA. Martin, Richard Wells, Sharon Wilson & Co., Audrey
Sturrup Thompson, Joan Ferguson & Co., Allan J. Benjamin, Newton
R. McDonald & Co.

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

BETYLIN CLARKE
HUMES, 59

a resident of Grant Street, Fox Hill, who
passed away on 26th January, 2011, will be
held at St. Paul's Baptist Church, Bernard
Road, Fox Hill on Saturday at 2:00 p.m.
Officiating will be Rev. Dr. J. Carl Rahming,
assisted by other Ministers of the Gospel.
Interment follows in the Church's |
Cemetery.



Left to cherish her fond memories are her

four children: Dudley "Troy" Humes,
Dominique Burrows, Denise and Ryan Humes; one son-in-law: Mark
Burrows; six grand-children: Mark Burrows Junior, Denecia Humes, Tray
Humes, Mya Burrows, Janelle and Trovoy Humes; five sisters: Florence
White, Idell Duncombe, Deidre Morris, Isolena Taylor and Ellamae
Edgecombe; four brothers: Theophilus, Emmanuel, Christopher and
Ronald Humes; Five sisters-in-law: Jacinta and Berthamae White, Annette,
Beverley and Louise Humes; two brothers-in-law: Tyrone Morris and
Huey Edgecombe; numerous nieces and nephews including: Dwayne,
Neil, Demitrie, Fredrick, Wayde, Owen, Edwin C., Maurice and Edwin
White, Anthony Brice, Ruby, Claudine, Clarise and Kim White, Capucine
Saunders, Yvette, Indiana, Marcia, Urschula, Patrice, Quelsey, Anishka, |
Rashan, Candy and Anastacia White, McLisa Mackey, Tamara Nottage,
McKel Davis, Chrystal Duncombe, Shane, Marva, Myra, Holly, Gerard,
Josette, Daxson, Tyra, Monique, Denise, Van, Tyrone, Netchu, Karen,
Vannessa, Indria, Shanell, Natasha, Dewitt, Margo, Javin, Shanquelle,
Kyle, Jamal, Emamuel Jr., Thron, Racquel, Rodrio, Christla, Lance,
Lishan, Lynetté, Nadia and a host of other relatives and friends including,
Dominique and Lisa White, Neil McTaggart and family, Barbara Forbes,
Petrol, Clarke, Janet Nwachukwu, Magnola Clarke, Joycelyn Treco, |
Maureen Newchurch, Sylvia and Elvy Pratt, Jewelann Bethel, Natacha
Hanna, Gregory Davis, Terry Baker, Roland Clarke and family, Stephanie
Robinson, Travis Bain, Patricia Ambrister, Sheila and Patsy Clarke and
family, Letisha and Jocelyn Clarke, Augusta McNeil, Iona Harris, Marilyn,
Ashley Clarke, Francita Thompson, Carriemae Clarke, Ricardo Pratt,
Ruth Williams, Antoinette Rolle, the Elks Lodge family of Greater Fox
Hill and the family of Saint Paul's Baptist Church, Fox Hill.

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & on Saturday from 9-12:00 noon &
at the church from 1:00 p.m. until service time.



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ALBURY NEELY, 79










Gardens & formerly of Bluff, Eleuthera,

be held at Hillview Seventh-day Adventist
Church, Tonique Darling Highway, on
Sunday at 10:00 a.m. Officiating will be
Pastor Peter Joseph, assisted by Pastor
Kent Price & Elders. Interment follows in
Lakeview Memorial Gardens, JFK Drive.




















Eylon "Brother", Kendal, Peter and Pastor Allen Albury; Grand Children:
Veronica Rahming, and Robert "Quincy" Rahming, Tammy Smith, Jasmin

Andrews, Rakeisha Andrews and Raven Andrews, Frecinda Mullings,

in-law: Keith Smith; Aunts: Nellie Thompson; Nieces: Naomi Smith,

Prince Uriel Albury, Sergeant #1533 Ronald D. Albury, Dominic Deveaux,

Carey, Solomon Frazier, Dwight Thurston, Nena Curtis, Willard Aranha,

Upper and Lower Bogue Communities; the neighbors of Avocado Street,

Morris, Pauline Davis, Eunice Greene, Maeward Pratt, Joy Khan,

South Beach Health Care Centre staff.

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR

JOSEPHINE LEBEZZAR :



a resident of Avacado Street, Pinewood

who passed away on 21 January, 2011, will }

Left to celebrate her life and legacy are
Daughters: Dorothy Rahming, Registered Nurse Gloria Brown, and
Freda Mullings; Adopted Daughter: Evangelist Carolyn Evans; Sons: }

Rahming, Kenveronique Jones and Kengia Jones, Ryan Brown, Raymond

Prince Mullings, Bershawn Mullings, Allena Albury, and Allen Albury,
Jr.; Great Grandchildren: Skyh Rahming, Jada Rahming and Ihaile :
Rahming, Lakarii Lookie, and Rayquan Andrews; Adopted Sister: Inez :
Carey; Sons-in-Law: Eugene Rahming and Egbert Mullings; Daughters- :
in-law: Veronica Jones, Andrea Andrews and Annis Albury; Grand Son- }

Eleanor Barry and Prudence Bain; Nephews: Sidney "Buster" Albury,

and Adrian Albury; In-home Care: Maxine Powell; Numerous Other }
Relatives & Friends: Mildred Neely; Sister Ena. Albury, Mispah }
Edgecombe, Leona Stubbs, Bernard Albury, Glen Albury, Paul Albury,
Michael Albury, Roland Albury, Thomas Albury, and Asa Albury, Joan ;

Rowena Johnson, Reverend Fredrick Kelly, Thaddeus Johnson, Delmetta :
Seymour, Theodosia Dorsett, Dr. Dervin Kemp, Diego Kemp, Denton }
Kemp and Devard Kemp, Herbert Ferguson, Jr. Shaday Dailey and :
Sherlon Dailey, Trinity Smith, Kathia Smith, Terez Smith, Ruth Coakley :
and Shirley Saunders and family. Also including the Hudson, Neely, ;
Saunders and Reckley families and the entire Bluff, Eleuthera community; :
the Albury, Cash, Johnson, Kelly, Collins and Moss families ofthe entire

Pinewood Gardens especially the Strachan and the Smith families. Dr. }
Grant-Taylor and her medical team, the staff of the Accident & Emergency :
; Department, Female Medical I and Female Medical II Wards at the :
Princess Margaret Hospital. Dr. Eugene Gray and the entire Oxford }
Medical Center staff. Dr. Charles Rahming and the Nassau Neurological }
Center team. The entire Hillview Seventh-Day Adventist Church Pastors }
and congregation including the Community relations department members :
who visited mom over the past twelve years especially, Sisters Mary }
i Bahamasair.
Esphelene Sands, Margaret Guillaume, Olive, Miller and Lydia Brown;
Brothers Arnold Clarke, Clement Maycock, Johnny Taylor, James Sands }
and the many others. The Kingdom Encounter Ministries Int'l and Apostle }
A.L. Albury Global Ministry team, the Cable Bahamas Family and the i

Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Market
Street, from 10-6:00 p.m. on Friday & Saturday & on Sunday at the church
from 9:00 a.m. until service time.

ERZILLA JANE
BETHEL, 95

a resident of North Palmetto Point,
Eleuthera, who passed away on 28th
January, 2011, will be held at Wesley
Methodist Church, Palmetto Point,
Eleuthera, on Saturday at 11:00. a.m.
Officiating will be Rev. Kenya Lovell &
Rev. Godfrey Bethell, assisted by Deacon
Granville Bethel, Bro. Lorenzo Bethel.
| Interment follows'in Margaret's View
Cemetery, Palmetto Point, Eleuthera.














Left to cherish her memories are her 2 sons: Millard Bethel and Andrew
Bethel; 4 daughters: Alma (Tit) Mingo, Ophelia Ingrahm, Elizabeth
(Betty) Carey and Marilyn Sands; 26 grandchildren: Lucine Mingo Jr.,
Mark Mingo, Sheryl Edgecombe, Delrose Rashad, Lorenzo, Carlos, Ezra,
Andrae Bethel, Bradley, Bruno Ingrahm, Ashton, Granville Bethel,
Francis Carey Jr., Terrance, Landro Sands, Patrice Moss; Nicole Collie,
Suekiesha Bethel, Joanna Chambers, Terrilyn Sands, Brandalee Delancy,
Sherry Petty, Melissa Rolle, Laquelle, Lashanta Carey; 3 sons-in-law:
Lucine Mingo Sr., Francis Carey Sr. and Terrance Sands; 3 daughters-in-
law: Rita Bethel, Clearie Bethel and Erma Bethel; 1 sister-in-law: Mynette
Clarke; 8 grandsons-in-law: Kingsley Edgecombe, Clyde Rashad, Chavez
Chambers, Dennis Collie, Nigel Rolle, Junior Delancy, Collin Moss and
George Petty; 4 granddaughters-in-law: Meredith Mingo, Desiree Mingo,
Susan Bethel and Beatrice Bethel; 20 great grandchildren; numerous
nieces and nephews: Myrtle Mingo, Sylvia Sands, Julie Moss, Arlene
Clarke, Hanna and Corraine Culmer, Alfreda Deal, Mavis Jonson, Maybel
Gibson, Ethel Cartwright, Nelson Sands, Dale Clarke, Wellington Johnson;
other relatives and friends: Philip Bethel and family, Joshua Culmer and
family, Maitland Bethel and family, Asa Bethel and family, Agatha Forbes,
Terry Sands, Lavina Culmer, Brenville Thompson and family, Ethel
Knowles and family, Shelia McCartney and family, Fernander. family of
Nassau, Boelyn Bethel and family, Garth Culmer, Wallace and Joyce
Sands and family, Olive Clarke and family, Dr. Farquharson, Dr. Smith,
Gary and Chris Aschaaft, Normalee Johnson, Carolyn Sands, Bessemae
Grant, Angie and Tasha Bain, Julia Cadet, Nurse Debbie Deal, entire
Clinic Staff Governors Harbour, Crystal Culmer and family, Eunice
Cooper, Neville "Chim" and Christine Sands, Wesley Ingraham and
family, The Bible Truth Hall family, Danny Culmer and family, Beverly
Deal and family, Godfrey Ingraham and family, Addie Culmer and family,
Rev. Charles Cooper, Addison Cooper and family and the staff at



















Friends may pay their last respects at Demeritte's Funeral Home, Rock
Sound, Eleuthera from 3-5:00 p.m. on Friday & at the church from 7:00
p.m. until service time on Saturday.



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RUSSELL & PINDER’S
FUNERAL HOME

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

Funeral Services for

MRS. HORTENCE
JONES, 80

of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama,

will be held on Saturday, February 5, -

2011 at Community Holiness Church
Martin Town, Eight Mile Rock.at 11:00
a.m. Officiating will be Rev. Carlton
Gardiner.. Interment will follow in
Harbour West Cemetery, Eight Mile
Rock.

She is survived by seven sons: Allan
(Washie), Henderson Jr.. (H.J.),

Whitfield (Ching), Cartwright, David
(D.C.), a ueoPns (Thomas) and Oral (Big ‘O’) Jones; three daughters:.

Ruth Roberts, Orpah (Annette) Bowleg and Hortence (Honey) Aquilla
Seymour; one sister: Christine Knowles; one brother: Hiram Edden;
six daughters-in-law: Louetta, Victoria, Patsy, Annette, Marva and
Dawn Jones; two sons-in-law: Harrison Roberts and Philip Bowleg Sr;
three sisters-in-law: Vernell Edden, Delores and Icelyn Jones;
granddaughters: Regina, Sarah, Elizabeth and Heather Jones, Tameka
Handfield, Rachel, Lady Aneka, Desirae and Princess Jones, Monique
Wipf, Lashawn Dames, Christina Knowles, Demeka Jones, Sophia
Muller, Davette, Davonnee and Davanee Jones, Kendra Knowles, Jeri
Kelly, Joan-Felice, Celine, Odesha, Starr, Raven Jones, Hannah Roberts,
Andrea Bowleg and Destiny Seymour; grand sons: George, Whitfield
Jr., Hugo (Quincy), Kyle, Marcus, Anton, Jermaine, Cordero Llord
Cartwright, Bradante, Theophilus Jr., Henderson, Oral Jr. (Codero)
Jones, Philip Bowleg It;
grandchildren: Micayla, Brenten Handfield, Kyle Jr., Ashton, Amari,
Penae, Ashanae, Jerniah Jones, EmpressDior Wright, Adrel Rolle,
Isabela and Lucas Wipf, Rakeem, O’rian, Khalem, Xavier, Miles Dames,
Brandon Jones, Jade Cleare, Christian Napier, Aurora, Franz, Olivia
and Gideon Muller; nieces: Anna Nesbitt, Clara Sconiers, Hazel
Thompson, Julie Wood, Jacqueline Knowles, Heidi McPhee, Norma
s Symonette, Relin Duncombe, Kenva Prince, Ellamae Turnquest and

Sylvia Jones; nephews: Ronald Rolle, Frezell, Rollington Cooper Jr.,
— Lionel, Wendell Smith, Alec Edden, Marvin, Mark Lundy, Keith, Craig

‘Knowles, Christopher Edden, Israel Rolle and John Thomas; other
relatives and friends including: Elta Rolle and family, Dollie Pople,
Alvoitha Wildgoose, Rachel Russell, Joanna Gardiner, Madlyn Carter,
Inez Stuart, Bolene Wildgoose and family, Autherine John, Rowena,
Hiram (Jim) Rahming, Edna Jones, Cestina Nixon, Barry Major, Jackie
Nixon, Anthony (Slim) Edwards, Vanessa Sheldon, Berris Pantaluk,
Geneva Martin and family, Alvostone Edwards and family, Shanell
Mackey, Erica Sargent, Virginia Cooper, Alfredia Roberts, Winifred
Humes, Community Holiness Church Senior Choir and Prayer Band,
Dr. and Mrs. Leon, and the general staff of the Rand Memorial Hospital.

_ Viewing will be held at Russell’s and Pinder’s Funeral Home, Eight
Mile Rock, on Friday, February 4, 2011 from 12:00 noon until 6: 00 p.m.
and at the church on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until service time.

Troy Jr. and Isaiah Seymour; great’

EARL
FRANKLYN PAUL
(E.J.)
FORBES, 38

of Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama,
will be held on Saturday, February 5,
2011 at 10:00 a.m. at.Church of God,
Hanna Hill, Eight Mile Rock.
Officiating will be Pastor Stanley
Duncombe and Pastor Charles
Percentie. Interment follows in the
Harbour West Public Cemetery.

He is survived by his parents: Earl and Sheila Forbes; two sons: Oquille
and Raheem Forbes; brothers: Don and Graham Forbes, George
Johnson, A.J., Greg, and Jimmy, Rudolph Stubbs and Corry Rolle;
sisters: Sellie J ones, Karen Campbell, Shorah Johnson and Chantique
Rolle; uncles: Allan (Dashie) Hartley, Albert John, Paul Hanna and
Edwin (Strong Man) Miller of Grand Cay; aunts: Mizpah Forbes,
Cathrine Forbes, Lillian (Net) Warner, Elizabeth (Baby Sis) J ohnson
and Ramelda Miller; grand aunts: Dorcas Pinder, Cherry Martin;
nephews: Oral Jr. and Allen (Alij) Jones, Diondre Forbes, Hiram and
Dikembe Johnson and Zion Campbell, Keith Thompson; nieces:
Shanique Thompson, Dawniqua, Donisha, Nisheil Forbes, Ashkel
Smith, Brekae and Sabriya Campbell, Genece Johnson; grand neices |
and nephew: D’Angelo, Deanna, Selma, Genesis, Gabriella and Surla-
Sellie; brothers-in-law: Oral Jones Sr., Bert Campbell and Hiram §

Johnson; sisters-in-law: Tirrah and Anishka Forbes and Sissel Johnson; 4

godparents: Kem Stuart, Denzil Jones (Deceased), Levi Rolle and §
Willamae Williams; godchildren: Rayshan and Yasmin Timothee, Petra
Thompson; special friends: Yannick Rodgers, Perry (Boss) Jamaine §
Rolle, James Deveaux, Zadick Jones and Jamaine Thompson, James |
Smith of Nassau, Raymond Timothee, Vanessa Moxey, Willamae =
Ferguson, Lavonta Parker, Monique Hepburn, Marvin Martin, Omar §
Rolle, Kyle Roker, Dez, Keva; cousins, other family and friends: Forbes |
and Hanna Family, Eltha Rolle and Family, Gazel and Levi Rolle and §
Family, Beryl Stuart and Family, Veronica Russell and Family, Veronica
Johnson and Family, Louise Lewis, Olsie Campbell and Family, Roger §
Robinson and Family, Henrietta Frith and Family, Pinder Family, |
Grand Cay Family and Friends, Shirley Chisholm and Family, The
Grant, Russell, Smith, Robinson, Rolle, Martin, Jones, Johnson,
Bartlett and Moxey Family, Ethel Laing and Family, Janet Hanna and §
Family. Pastor: Stanley and Beatrice Duncombe, Stephen and Eloise
Percentie, Church of God Hanna Hill, and C.O.G. District Family,
the entire Russell Town Community and a host of other relatives and

friends.

Viewing will be held at Russell and Pinder’s Funeral Home, on Friday,
February 4, 2011, from 12:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday,
February 5, 2011 from 8:30 a.m. until service time. ;







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RUSSELL & PINDER’S
FUNERAL HOME

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

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Ba rit-le-) marae ere Cole

STEPHEN LEROY
NIXON, 68

of West End, Grand Bahama and
formerly of Farmer’s Cay, Exuma will
be held on Saturday, February 5, 2011
at 1:00 p.m. at St. Mary Magdalene
Catholic Church, West End, Grand
Bahama. Officiating will be Rev'd Fr.
Stephen Grant, assisted by Pastor Larry
Wilchcombe. Interment follows at the
West End Public Cemetery.



Left to cherish his memories are his:

three daughters: Lorraine, Enid and
Renata Nixon; one son: Bradley Nixon; four adopted daughters:
Annie and Enid Davis, Georgeanna Hendfield and Gloria Johnson;
one adopted son: Edward Davis Jr.; one daughter-in-law: Helen
Nixon; two sisters: Angela Davis-Rolle and Carman Davis; four
brothers: Anthony, Rodger, John and Edward Davis; one uncle:
Johnny Nixon from Farmer’s Cay, Exuma; 10 sisters-in-law: Louise,
Rosemary and Susan Davis, Ellavese Smith, Gloria Hield, Francis
Simmons, Gwen Henfield, Sherrianne Hield, Audrey Stuart and
Linda Hield; six brothers-in-law: Vincent, Donald, Robert and Wendell
Hield, Neville Simmons and Nelson Stuart; eight grandsons: Nathaniel
Jr, Bradley, Hakeem, Jamal, Lorenzo, Davon, Quincy Jr. and Santino
Jr.; six granddaughters: Taneka, Branae, Branique, Keajah, Santesha
and Johnneisha; nieces: Ann Joseph, Tesha Rolle, Gloria Johnson,
Monique Calma, Deborah and Shantel Bain, Shoanna, Tamara,
Layanta Davis, Michelle Passal, Shakera Calma, Ella Bain, Joanna
Smith, Rosalee ‘Smith, Elizabeth Brown, Anya Jones, Nicole and Lisa
Hield, Alexis and Rowtera Simons, Olivia McDonald, Deleana Hield,
Sade Hield and Julia Neely; nephews: Pedro Bain, Jermaine Knowles,
Vernon, Andrew, Ramon, Ryan, Terrance, Ricardo Davis,: Trevor
and Kevin-Calma, Alfonzo Passal, Leon Smith, Sanford Walker, Ricky
Hield, Donald and Ranard Hield, Clayton Forbes, Demandie

Bannister, Tomas Feaster, Niamarley and Sanchez Stuart: aunt-in-,

law: Hortense Roker; numerous relatives and friends including:
Santino Cornish Sr., Livingston Rolle, Harry Lord, Mr. Renee Pierre
and family, Risley Munroe Sr., Peter Lowe, Ettamae Bain, Glenn
Sawyer, Maxwell Degregory, Sonny Laing, Pastor Larry Wilchcombe,
The Roker Family, Evans Williams and family, Dawn Parker, Harold
Rolle and family, Donna Woodside, Sharon Whyms, Salarene Roker,
Rev. Stephen Grant and family, Rev. Claridge and family, The Bowleg
and Degregory family, Mable Colton and family, Mod Cooper and
family, Quincy Fenelus Sr., Randy Homes, Breeze, Maylene Thomas
and family, Claudia. Frazier, Paul Nixon, Madeline ‘Pinder and family,
The Honorable. Obie Wilchcombe and the Entire community of West
End, West End Clinic, The Rand Memorial Hospital, the St. Peter’s

Baptist Church Family and Bishop Roosevelt Rolle.

Viewing will be‘held at Russell and Pinder’s Funeral Home, on Friday,



February 4, 2011, from 12:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. and on Saturday,
February 5, 2011 from

MRS. MELVINA
LOUISE RUSSELL, 81

will be held on Saturday, February 5,

Catholic Church, Hunters, Grand
Bahama, Bahamas. Officiating will be

by Deacon Jeffrey Hollingsworth.
Interment will follow in The Hunters
Public Cemetery.

Left to cherish her fond and precious
memories are: children: Frederick II,

Joseph, John Bernard, Kirkland Sr., and Supt. Clarence II, Beatrice E

Russell, Maria Martin, Stephanie Ellis, and Ruthmae Adams;
daughters-in-law: Janet Louise, Jeanette, Stephanie, Patrice and J: anet
Russell; sons-in-law: Naaman Russell Sr. and Robert Adams;
grandchildren: Ninette Miller, Nakeisha Ellis, Lisa and Shervone
Martin, Nicole, Berneka, Kirissa, Seatra, and Tenaj Russell, Regina
and Danielle Adams, Ricardo Martin, Frederick III, Nathan, Nashton,
Joshua, Jonathan, Jason, Kirkland Jr, Bernard Jr., Jeremy, Juan,
Mychal, and Clarence Russell ILI, Christopher Ellis, Dustin Harris,
Shaquille Phillips, and. Lathera Clarke; 17 great-g grandchildren; uncles:

William Cooper, and Alfred Russell, aunts: Anna Russell and Virginia
‘Cooper; sisters-in-law: Clarinda and Ida Williams, Eloise, Ellouise,

and Joyce Russell; nieces and nephews: George “Nick” and Jessie

“Williams, Rev. Ellis and Wenzalee Russell, Virgil and Martin Hunt,

12:00 p.m. until service time. §

2011 at 1:00 p.m., St. Vincent De Paul §

Father Reginald Demeritte, assisted §

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Everson, Levi and Rachael, Sylvia, Velma, Kerry, Petrona, Audley, § -
Kevin and Sandra, and Marvin Russell, Beverly Culmer, Rosalie and §

Emmanuel Robinson, Marion, Cyprianna, James and Fritzgerald E

Russell, Wanrea and Stevan Roxbury, Robert, Jenneva and Howard,

Linda, Samantha, Edmund Jr., Michael, Steven, George and Jennifer §
Williams, Caroline and Dwight Moore, Willamae Ferguson, Icelyn |
McFall, Leonard Jr. and Pearl, David and Fay, Sidney and Kay and |

Jacob Williams, Clara Lubin, ‘Audrey and Erris Pratt, Pauline and

Nathaniel Newbold, Ronald, Harold and Sybeline, Maydon, Shirley, |

and Bernard “Ponchie” Russell; special friends: Delores Andrews,
Inez and Agatha Balliou, Mother Mabel Russell, Rejoina Rolle,
Doreen Bowleg, Rev. Fr. Reginald Demeritte, Angela and Elizabeth

Archer, Cynthia Donaldson and numerous relatives and friends too

many to mention.

Viewing will be held at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church on Friday ;
February 4, 2011 from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p. m. . and again at the Rauch

from 10:00 a.m. to. service time.



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RUSSELL & PINDER’S
FUNERAL HOME: —

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

aac Service For










CEVA MADLYN
STUART, 61

of West End, Grand
Bahama and formerly of
Orange Creek, Cat Island,
will be held on Saturday,
February 5, 2011 at 10:00
|. a.m. at St. Peter's Baptist
Church, West. End.

‘ : Officiating will be Rev. |
Larry Milehcombe. assisted by Rev. Martha

~Wilchcombe. Interment will follow i in West End
Public Cemetery.


























| She will be sadly missed by her loving husband:
Allison Stuart; daughter: Mary Ann Stuart; son:
1 John Hepburn: three brothers: Thomas Stubbs, |
Rodney and Anthony (Tony) Turnquest; one sister:
Virginia Stubbs; brothers-in-law: Elisha, Leon, |
Granville and Sanford Stuart; sisters-in-law: Sylvia
Stubbs, Eudene Edden, Ketora Stuart, Carolyn
4 Ferguson and Jacquelin Russell; aunts: Laverna
and Susanna Hepburn; numerous nieces and
nephews including: Domonic and Thomas Stubbs
and Yolanda Stubbs; numerous other relatives
; and friends including: Beatrice Russell and Family,
Majorie Leanny Hield and Family, Phemie Nixon
and Family, Katie Dorsett and Family, Marilee
Frith and Family, Pastor Larry and Martha
Wilchcombe, The Hon. Obie Wilchcombe M.P.
| West End and Bimini, Officers and Members of
_St. Peters Baptist Church, and the entire West
1 End Community.





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Funeral Home, Eight Mile Rock, on Friday
February 4, 2011 from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p-m. and
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By ALESHA CADET
Tribune Features Reporter

HE Calvary Deliverance Church is remembering one
of its fallen members with a special tribute concert
which aims to show that surviving loss can make one

stronger in spirit.

Tuesday marked the one-year
anniversary of the death of Merilyn
Clarke, former’ praise and worship
leader and choir director of Calvary
Deliverance.

To commemorate the life of Ms
Clarke, the church is putting on a con-
cert entitled “Stronger” which will fea-
ture many of the deceased’s musical
friends. ;

The concert will take place tomor-
row on the grounds of Calvary
Deliverance Church, East Street
South, starting at 7.30 pm.

The line-up of entertainers includes:
Shaback, Bishop Lawrence Rolle,
Ricardo Clarke, Najie Dun, Reubin
Heights, Denczil .Rolle, T.C.C, Mt
Tabor Praise Team, DJ Counselor,
Final Hour, DJ Godson, Edison
Summer, VOP and many more.

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islands. I didn’t do anything big in
Nassau for it, I did concerts on the
islands of Abaco, Andros and Grand
Bahama," he said. :

Mr Clarke said his ‘Wasting No
Time’ concert in Nassau was sched-

_uled for around the same time as the’

first anniversary of his sister’s death.

“It dawned. on me that (the date)
was so close to the anniversary of her
passing, why not just do something in
her honour. Basically, we named it
‘Stronger’ because we wanted to
demonstrate something that initially
made us weak and saddened us and
we have now found strength; we have
now found the fortitude to look at it as
a positive and to see that proverbial
silver lining,” he said.

The family is fully prepared for the
concert in.-Merilyn’s honour, Mr
Clarke said.



She was like a-big sister to a lot of people throughout the
islands, she did seminars there and worked with music
ministries in those local churches where she definitely
made « an n impact. ~ RICARDO CLARKE



Religion, Merilyn's mother Beverley

Clarke said the concert embodies the

_idea. that they have all gone through
an unexpected “dark experience”, but
a year later they are stronger for it.

“She was our praise and worship

leader and our choir director for about
17 years, she passed away February 1
of last year. Just before she died she
was preparing to host the annual con-
cert. The whole idea of the tribute is
that the church has become stronger
because of what happened,” shé said.

The concert's host, well-known
local artist Ricardo Clarke, who also
happens to be Merilyn's younger
brother, said the gospel community
had immense respect for his sister and
came together quickly to support the
tribute concert after it was first
announced.

“It was supposed to have been a
concert that was to bring some atten-
tion to the ‘Wasting No Time’ school
campaign I was doing throughout the



- “We are stronger and I think on
Friday night, with the persons and the
talents that we have arranged for the
concert, We are going to create an

atmosphere where the weak can say.

they are strong.”
Speaking of the impact his sister had
on the lives of members of the reli-

gious community, he said: "A lot of:

people still think about her, when I
travel throughout the islands people
would give their condolences.
Obviously her name was still ringing
out there so we just decided that it
only makes sense to get that message
up there, with the help of God we are
stronger. A lot of people are coming

. together on that night to help us push

that agenda."

"She was like a big sister to a lot of
people throughout the islands, she did
seminars there and worked with music
ministries in those local churches
where she definitely made an impact,”
he said.

al concert to celebrate

~ MEMORIAL: The late Merilyn Clarke, former praise and

worship leader and choir director of Calvary Deliverance
Church, will be celebrated in a special tribute concert this
Friday.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2011

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RELIGION

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Agent of change

Miss Gospel Bahamas reflects on her reign

THE last six months have been a whirlwind
ride for Miss Gospel Bahamas and she still
has a half a year to go in her reign to teach,

- train and motivate inner-city children.

Miss Gospel Bahamas 2010/11 Sylvian
Rahming, a 23-year-old third grade teacher,
beat out eight other contestants to walk away
with the crown.

“August 1, 2010 is a day I'll never forget,”
said Ms Rahming. “A dream became a reali-
ty.”

She captured the costume competition as
well as the top award for best evening gown
and the Kathy and Gregory Butler ‘Above
and Beyond Award’. She also placed second
in the talent competition with a mime act — a
skill honed through her work with Ministers
in Mime, a non-profit Christian group.

“Being Miss Gospel Bahamas is a wonder-
ful experience. It mentally, spiritually and
physically enriches me,” Ms Rahming said in
a recent interview.

_ Midway through her reign, the goodwill
ambassador works regularly with Great
Commission Ministries International’s ‘Save

the Children’ programme.

The teaching, training and motivation she -

provides to inner-city children are apart of
her platform to empower the nation's youth.

Besides visiting numerous churches and
schools, Ms Rahming also got to attend star-
studded Gospel concerts and events such as
the Marlin Awards. Fresh off trips from San
Salvador and Turks and Caicos, the Miss
Gospel Bahamas queen said she has come to
realise that youngsters in the Bahamas and
abroad want positive role models.

“They are looking for someone they can
follow and can aspire to become,” said Ms
Rahming, a member of Bahamas Christian
Fellowship Centre. She recalled an address
made during half time at a basketball tourna-
ment in San Salvador.

“As I walked onto the court the crowd
started cheering, 'go Miss Gospel go’.
Someone yelled, ‘we’re glad to know you are
representing us’,” Ms Rahming said.

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“More than 40 youths made a conscience
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RELIGION

Head or Tail!

Deuteronomy 28:13 — And the Lord
shall make thee the head, and not the
tail; and thou shalt be above only, and
thou shalt not be beneath; if that thou
hearken unto the commandments of the
Lord thy God, which I command thee
this day, to observe and to do them:

One’s obedience to Yahweh’s com-
mandments puts him/ her directly in
the path of being the head, and not the
tail; above only, and not beneath.

Contrary to popular beliefs it matters
not how many religious conferences a
person attends or which anointed reli-
gious leader lays hands upon that per-
son; or how many religious materials
one purchases.

Disobedience to God’s command-
ments will always bring about the
reverse of the many blessings men-
tioned in Deuteronomy 28:1-13.

Watch this!

Deuteronomy 28:15 — But it shall come
to pass, if thou wilt not hearken unto the
voice of the Lord thy God, to observe to
do all his commandments and his
Statutes which I command thee this day;
that all these curses shall come upon
thee, and overtake thee: (28:16) Cursed
. Shalt thou be in the city, and cursed shalt
thou be in the field.

There are many within and outside
the four walls of the church who are
wondering and asking questions such as,
“When am I going to experience a
breakthrough or get on top of the many
challenging / difficult situations that I’m
facing?”.

In pursuit of their breakthroughs and

trying to overcome their many chal- -

lenges, many people -have resorted to
some very strange methods (vocation,
acts and means of worship) in order to
make ends meet.

And in the course of so doing they
would even pray for God’s approval and
blessings.

‘Stinking thinking’, and erroneous
religious teachings would have many to
believe that they can do whatever pleas-
es them, whenever they feel like it and
at the end, plead the blood of Jesus and
everything is just all right. Wrong, dead
wrong; like wearing two left shoes
wrong!

Satan, the enemy, thrives on this
level/type of ignorance and in most

‘cases simple disobedience to. God’s
word from those who name the name of
Yahshua Messiah (aka Jesus the Christ);

and he is constantly gaining the advan-

tage over many.
It-has been reported as a notable, well



PASTOR

established fact that in hotels where reli-
gious church conferences, seminars, etc,
are held and the saints are staying, it’s
during these times that hotels make lots
of money from the pornography/adult
channels.

. What are the Christians doing?

Are adultery, fornication, homosexu-
ality and shopping at the malls all a part
of the conferences?

When it is said by many of the confer-
ences attendees, “boy, we can’t wait for
next year’s conference”, what is it fhat
they’re making reference to?

I honestly. do believe that they’re
referring to the fellowship and the time
spent in receiving the word of God, but
let’s not_kid ourselves, many strange
ungodly things take place at various
conferences.

And as saved as you might be, if you
have no idea what I’m talking about
your spirit man needs to be awakening:
Selah. :

God is rising up a people that will dili-
gently hearken to his voice and observe
to do all his commandments and his
Statutes. -

These are His kingdom minded citi-
zens of whom He shall make to be the
head, and not the tail; above only and
not beneath; for despite the strong
opposition by today’s religious orders,
they will not give in or compromise their
godly position.

Deuteronomy 28:6 — Blessed shalt thou
be when thou comest in, and blessed
shalt.thou be when thou goest out.

:7 - The Lord shall cause thine enemies
that rise up against thee to be smitten
before thy face: they shall come out
against thee one way, and flee before
thee seven ways.

:8 — The Lord shall command the bless-
ing upon thee in thy storehouses, and in
all that thou settest thine hand unto; and

- he shall bless thee in the land which the

Lord thy God giveth thee.

:9—- The Lord shall establish thee an
holy people unto himself, as he hath
sworn unto thee, if thou shalt keep the
commandments of the Lord thy God,
and walk in his ways.

_ As you're reading this article, please
catch the spirit of what’s being said.



It is God’s will for you to be the head
and not the tail in every area of your life.

Your obedience to God’s command-
ments plays a significant role to walking
in the His blessings.

God is the same yesterday, today and
forever; as He was with Moses,
Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, etc, so is He
with us.

Today, we have a far better covenant
than that of Abraham and Isaac; it’s just
a matter of our partial obedience to
God’s commandments that’s hindering
us. from seeing and experiencing the
abundant life that Yahshua Messiah
spoke of in John 10:10.

The word of God is sure, for He
watches over His word to perform it. As
believers, we do have a choice; we °can
choose to totally obey God’s word and
receive all that He has for us, or we can
partially obey His word and follow the
path of religion where we’re constantly
waiting in limbo for some kind, any
kind of what we’ve deemed His bless-
ings.

And it is at this point that many well-
meaning Christians have fallen victims
to crafty, cunning, subtle religious lead-
ers and their twisted and incomplete
teachings of the scriptures for financial
gain.

Here’s what God (Yahweh) says con-
cerning you: Jeremiah 29: 11 - For I
know the thoughts that I think toward
you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace,
and not of evil, to give you an expected
end”.

Living the abundant life will be predi-
cated upon the choices one makes, and
because God so loves He has given us a
tip or the inside scoop on what to
choose.

Watch this!

Deuteronomy 30:19 — I call heaven and
earth to record this day against you, that
I have set before you life and death,
blessing and cursing: therefore choose
life, that both thou and thy seed may
live:

The choice is yours; you can be the
head, or the tail, above only and not

. beneath. Make the right choice so that

you and your family may live the abun-
dant life.

e For questions and comments contact us
via e-mails: pastormallen@yahoo.com or
kmfci@live.com or at telephone number 1-
242-441-2021.

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Kingdom Minded one Center

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POPE Benedict XVI greets the faithful during a
weekly general audience at the Vatican,
Wednesday, January 26, 2011. (AP)

Pone calls Joan
of Arc model for
public officials

By NICOLE WINFIELD
Associated Press

POPE Benedict XVI said Wednesday that
public officials would do well to model
themselves on Joan of Arc, the French saint
who was tried for heresy and burned at the
stake for her convictions. °

Benedict highlighted the life of the 15th
century mystic in his weekly general audi-
ence. For several months he has used his
Wednesday catechisms to promote an
important woman in the church's history.

Joan of Arc led the French to several vic-
tories over the English during the Hundred
Years War. She had said she heard voices
from a trio of saints telling her to deliver
France from the English.

She was tried for heresy and witchcraft
and burned at the stake in 1431, though her |
conviction was later annulled. She was
canonised in 1920 by Pope Benedict XV.

"Hers is a beautiful example of holiness
for lay people working in public life, partic-
ularly during the most difficult situations,"
Benedict XVI said.

Benedict expressed bitterness at how Joan
of Arc had been treated by the church, say-
ing her heresy trial was a "upsetting page" in

-church history and was due to French

churchmen "who had made different politi-
cal choices" than she.

But he noted that the illiterate farm girl
nevertheless went to her death professing a
love for the church and Christ.

"May the prayers and example of Joan of
Arc inspire many lay men and women to
devote themselves to public life in the serv-
ice of God's Kingdom, and encourage all of
us. to. live to the fullest.our lofty ele in

\ -Ghrist,"-Benedict-said»



PG 24 © Thursday,. February 3, 2011



BUSTS and portraits of Popes are shown at the Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale in Fort
Lauderdale, Florida. The objects from the Vatican are touring in the exhibit "Vatican

Splendors, ‘A Journey Through Faith and Art," which runs from January 29 to April 24. (AP)

Works hy Michelangelo
part of Vatican exhibit

LISA ORKIN EMMANUEL
Associated Press

A SMALL aurble relief of Jesus -

Christ flanked by two angels and being
held up by Mary was one of the last
pieces that Italian Renaissance master
Michelangelo ever created.

This marble work is displayed next to a
cast of his other great work, "The Pieta,"
‘depicting Christ in his mother's arms
after his crucifixion.

They are part of about 170 works on
display as part of the exhibit "Vatican
- Splendors: A Journey Through Faith and
Art," which opened last Saturday at the
Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale.

It is the exhibit's last stop on a three-
city tour in the United States. After it
ends April 24, the pieces go back to the
Vatican and will not be on display. Many
of these pieces will never be sown in the
US again.

"No work is more important « or less
important. They are sort of like the tiles
of a mosaic, each one contributes to the
larger image," Monsignor Roberto
Zagnoli, the curator of the show, said
through a translator.

Mr Zagnoli is the secretary of Cardinal
Ersilio Tonini and teaches communica-
tions -at the Pontifical Holy Cross
University in Rome. He also wrote a
series of books, "The Painted Word."

The exhibit begins with the tomb of St.
Peter — a fitting starting. point, Mr
Zagnoli said. It finishes with the most
recent popes, Peter's successors, he said.

Peter is considered the first pope of the
Roman Catholic Church.

Two Papal Swiss Guard uniforms flank
the entrance as visitors travel through the
chronological eras of the Vatican's histo-
ry. First, a video presentation describes
St Peter's role in the church.

The final section includes a cast of

Pope John Paul II's hand and ends with a
portrait of current Pope Benedict XVI,
made in 2008.

Museum director Irvin Lippman said
the objects associated with John Paul II
will take on a deeper meaning May 1
when he is beatified —a key step to being
declared a saint.

The tour has also been to St Louis and
Pittsburgh since it began in May. By law,
they cannot be outside the Vatican's walls
more than’a year.

As the show begins, a brick from St
Paul's tomb is encased in a wooden box
wrapped with a gold-colored rope.

There are also clay oil lamps found dur-
ing the excavations that revealed Peter's
tomb in a cemetery below St Peter's
Basilica. A gold and silver reliquary — a
decorative container used to hold reli-
gious relics — that has never been outside
the Vatican is said to encase the bones of
St Peter, St Paul and other saints, though
it is not certain who the bones belong to.

Another relief, a replica of the 15th cen-
tury original, shows St Peter surrounded
by people while he is being crucified
upside down.

Other displays focus on tools used to
create art and architecture. For instance, a
caliper believed to have been
Michelangelo's is on display. There are
also two gilded wood angels from the
workshop of Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

The ornate artifacts don't end there. In
the middle of one room ‘is a gilded cross
used in Mass processions, dating to the
15th century. Visitors can examine Pope
Pius XI's papal throne, a creation of
wood, velvet and gold-plated metal.

Zagnoli, the Vatican official, said the
connection between religion and art is
strong — a point he makes by citing a pas-
sage by Russian author Fyodor
Dostoyevsky that he said was often quot-
ed by-Pope John Paul II.

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CD player, owner leaving island, good working
condition, asking $10,500 ONO
; Serious enquiries only, ph#636-0683/326-5267 |

5-0987 1 | .

2008 HONDA CIVIC LX,
automatic, ciean title, 17” alloy factory rims,
custom E&G, chrome grill foglights, A/C, power.
windows and locks, clean inside/out, asking
$19,000 O.N.O.
ph#424-8505/393-8978/42







Y, FEBRUARY 3,



2011, PAGE 3

2008 FORD FUSION,
must see to appreciate
ph# 11,500 ONO
ph# 426-4565

BBF #653
: - 2004 INFINITI G35,
blue exterior, excellent condition, all black
leather interior, sunroof, CD player, pwr
everything, factory alarm, automatic, low
mileage.asking $12000 OBO
ph#434-0758

BBF #657 ees
5 2004 ACURA 3.5 RL
Fully loaded, leather interior, navigation system,
A/C, Automatic, recently serviced, asking $8500
serious inquiries only ph# 432-1805 / 445-3566

BBF #658
‘99 LEXUS GS300.

L6 2JZ-GE engine green ext. tan int. power
windows & locks sunroof 16" factory spider rims.
6000.00 O.B.O. May trade for a boost car.
425-6978/361-2473 leave message if unavail.



BBF #697

2000 HONDA ACCORD,
Pioneer CD player, AC, fully loaded,
license until April 2011 .
Asking $4,800 OBO,
| ph# 427-3330





BBF #661
2009 HONDA CIVIC LX,
black ext, automatic, 16’ alloy factory rims,
custom E&G, chrome grill foglights, A/C, power
windows and locks, clean inside/out, asking
$18,500 O.N.O.
ph#424-8505/393-8978/425-0987



1999 PONTIAC FIREBIRD,
19,850 miles, garage kept, leather interior, CD
Player, door lock, T-Top, asking $12,000
ph# 393-3795 (Richard)





BBF #675 :
2002 FORD ESCORT,
stick shift, A/C, silver exterior, black interior,
asking $2500 ONO
ph#558-6999/636-1545










#






VOLKSWAGEN TRUCK
low miles looks like new runs great 5 speed
‘radio very fuel efficient $11800 OBO
phi# 436-4643



2008 HONDA ACCORD,
low miles, clean in and out, white with tan
leather interior, price $25,000 with wheels, price
$23,000 without wheels. Owner leaving island

ph#565-9317



BBF #686
2003 INFINITI,
leather interior, sunroof, 22” rims, good
condition, A/C, 5 changer CD player, low

mileage, automatic, power everything, factory

alarm, asking $12500
ph#556-88 14/225-7467

BBF #687
1996 HONDA INSPIRE,
CD player, tape deck, A/C, low mileage,
automatic, pwr everything, asking $4600
ph#467-201 1/544-2187/341-7226

BBF #689
2009 HONDA ACCORD,
fully loaded V6 engine, asking $32,000 ONO
ALSO 2009 Honda 650 asking $6500
ph#423-6549/341 -6686

BBF #688 -
2001 CHEVY SILVERADO,
standard shift, need clutches and body work,
starts on one crank, cold A/C, asking $2500
OBO serious enquiries only,
ph#392-3591/436-8755
Ask for Aaron

BBF #710
2004 HONDA ACCORD,
good condition, leather interior, blue exterior,
grey leather, excellent condition, rebuilt title,
i?

rims $12000
ph# 428-2842 / 427-5683












BBF #719






rims asking with rims $13500 without origina



BBF #691
2004 TRAILBLAZER,
gold exterior, A/C, CD player, perfect condition
very low miles, asking $8500 ONO
ph#434-3902



BBF #693.
2000 FORD MUSTANG,

V6, Standard shift, A/C. CD Player, Pwr
everything, Excellent condition, asking $6,500
ONO, Also 2003 vw Passat wagon, leather
interior, sunroof, CD Player, asking $8,500 ONO
ph# 456-8833 / 456-8834

BBF #695
é 2003 GMC SIERRA,
dark grey exterior tan int, 22” chrome rims and
steps, customize head lights, four door X’Cab,
flow master, AC and DVD TOUCHSCREEN
player, car fax value $16,000, asking $10,000,
license until October 2011 ph#393-5649
; DAY/525-4480

BBF #694
1995 HONDA ACCORD,
grey ext, needs transmission, sold as is,
$1,500.00. Willing to negotiate or trade
ph# 558-8438

v





1995 TOYOTA STARLET,
two tone ext, black interior, s/s turbo charge,
cold A/C, Sunroof, asking $3:500 firm,
ph# 426-8248 / 394-5443














BBF #705

THE TRIBU

BBF #700
1998 HONDA INTEGRA,
perfect running condition, asking $4300 ph#445-
2998

ALSO 1995 HONDA ACURA.
Custom interior and exterior, dual exhaust,
: crystal back lights asking. $2900
ph#455-2940

BB
LUNCH VAN FOR SALE,
everything included, great business opportunity
Asking $3000 ONO
ph#636-4070/393-7635

BBF #703 .
1994 HONDA ;
4 cylinder, A/C, sunroof great on gas excellent
condition, CD player, asking $3500 -
ph#376-9193



BBF #702 :
2004 HONDA PILOT,
black ext., 1 owner, excellent condition, leather
int., fully loaded asking $18500 ONO
ph#477-4422

1998 FORD EXPLORER
EDDIE BAUER LIMITED EDITION,
A/Cm leather seats, power everything, all wheel
drive, aluminum rims, asking $3 ONO
ph#454-6559





2004 CHEVY IMPALA,
white exterior, A/C, good condition, price
$5,800.00 or O.N.O,
ph#525-4296/565-6370/361-6669

BBF #711
2003 WHITE NISSAN X-TRAIL,
grey int., clean inside/out, A/C, needs engine
work, asking $3800 ONO
ph#423-5372/465-5407/393-0675

iBBF #707
2000 FORD EXCURSION
Fully loaded, tan leather interior, chrome wheels,
runs S great, asking $16,500 ONO, ph#322-
7630/395-1726 |

RIB #428 '
1996 KIA COMBI
Yellow exterioer. $26,000.00 ono
25 seats, aircondition, left hand drive
Call 361-6350 cell 436-6781 or 467-0181

RIB #552 ~
2008 CHEVY IMPALA
Dark blue ext, ay int
Automatic, power windows/locks/am/fm radio,
CD player, extra clean, asking $13,500 ono.
Serious inquiries only! ;
Tel 341-8221, 457-1303, 361-6758.

BBF #712
2004 BRONZE MAXIMA,
clean inside/out, black leather interior, A/C, on
22” rims, CD player/tape player.
Asking $13,500 ONO
ph#433-6491/393-0675

BBF #720
‘ 1992 TOYOTA SOARER,
sunroof, turbo, upgraded, clutch injectors,
Fully loaded, asking $7,500 ono,
ph# 454-5502 / 565-1674

1997 ACURA INTEGRA, S/S,
tow door B18 motor, custom paint, very fast,
sunroof asking $3800 ONO
ALSO 1999 Buick Regal, _
excellent engine, needs body work,
Asking $2000 ONO ph#433-5957/432-4178

RIB #608
2005 HONDA ACCORD
Charcoal gr ey exterior with grey/leather interior,
AC, AM/FM radio, CD player, power window,
in excellent condition. Owner leaving Island.
Must go. $14,000.00 ono
Call 395-7608 or 468-9711

RIB #617
2007 NISSAN ALTIMA
Blues rey exterior with black/leather interior —
,000.00 obo. AC, power windows,
nob button start satlellite, low oe
Serious enquiries only. Cell 425-2

THURSDAY,

BBF #721
2008 HUMMER H2,
Like new, fully loaded, asking $68,000
ph# 324-2933 / 357- 7951 / 376-5541

RIB #837
1999 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior, grey interior. $6,500.00 ono
20” chrome rims, alarm system, CD player, AC.
Car runs eal good and is in great condition!!
- Call 392-6553 after 5
or 423-3843 or 434-2555



RIB #286A
CHRYSLER 300 TOURING EDITION
Color: Mint Green
Interior: Beige Leather
Condition: Very Good
Price: $20,000
Telephone: 424-0434



RIB #637 .-
_ 1996 LEXUS ES300
Black Exterior, Tan Interior
107K Miles
$5K OBO Ph: 357-9019
1994 LEXUS ES300
Gold Exterior
Tan Interior, 130K Miles
Free with 1996 Model

RIB #638

2003 FORD FOCUS
Light green exterior with beige interior.
$5,200.00 obo. Automatic, clean title, just
serviced, AC, CD player, good condition
Cell 434-2761



FEBRUARY 3, 2011, PAGE 5

BBF #708
2002 JAGUAR X-TYPE
silver,black leather interior,
18 inch chrome rims,
clean title, 6-disc cd changer, 75,000 miles
factory rims included, $11,000 ONO
Cell: 424 0910

BBF #714
2004 HONDA ACCORD COUPE V6,
black ext., wiht black leather int.,A/C, CD player,
factory rims and sunroof, in excellent condition,
asing $10000 ONO ph#357-8083





RIB #175
2000 MERCEDES BENZ E-CLASS
Silver exterior, charcoal cloth interior, good
condition, runs great, everything work AC, CD,
PW, PL. Priced to sell. $9,900.00 ono
Trades considered, no reasonable offer refused
Cell 424-5964






RIB #653

2007 HONDA & FORD EXPLORER
2007 FORD EXPLORER with leather seats, one
owner, asking $7,700 & 2007 HONDA ACCORD
2 door with dvd player, very clean, $6,000.00.
Financing available.
Phone: 433-9434

RIB #657
(2) 1995 HONDA PRELUDE
Identical, 1 black the other silver, 4 cylinder,
japanese model, cold AC, CD, new tires,
recently serviced, licensed & registered,
great condition.
$3000 each or both for $7,200.00
Ph: 376-9126








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ESE



2009 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior with tan/leather interior

2010 HONDA ACCORD, EX
Green exterior, fully loaded!! must see!!
Call 395-1262 or 364-4308






RIB #599
2008 HONDA ACCORD
Gold exierior with tan interior. $26,000.00 ono
Fully loaded, xm radio, 6 disc CD changer.
One owner, just in from states, clean title, S/R,
low mileage. _
1999 HONDA ACCORD. $5,500.00
Call 364-3691, 557-1205

2008 HONDA 650 XRL TRAIL MOTOR BIKE
Red & white. $6,500.00
Like new, chrome down with accessories
1999 HONDA ACCORD $5,500.00
Tel 364-3691, 557-1205.

RIB #676

2007 NISSAN ALTIMA

Silver exterior with black/leather interior
$15,000.00, 30k miles, new rims & tires, like
new in & out, push button start.
2007 FORD TAURUS,
Like new, 40k miles. $7,000.
Cell 357-8178

RIB #700
2001 DODGE RAM 1500 PICK-UP
Red exterior/tan interior, 5.21, reg cab, new
tenneau cover, bed liner, flow master exhaust,
only 50k miles, mint condition, sacrific at
$8500.00. ;
Also
99 HONDA PRELUDE
sunroof, auto, cold AC, tv. $4,200
376-9126

RIB #620
2001 GRAND CHEROKEE JEEP
Red exterior, 20” rims.
$8,000.00 ono
Cell 466-5984 or 436-0749

RIB #631 ;
2008 FORD ESCAPE XLT
White exterior $23,500.00. Fully loaded. .
Special financing for government and hotel
workers
2007 DODGE NITRO LIMITED.
Sunroof,leather. $25,500.00 °
Call 322-8759 Cell 434-8001

RIB #633 3
1996 CHEVY S10 AMERICAN TRUCK
Green exterior with grey interior.-Good truck,
Solid. $2,800.00
1998 NISSAN SENTRA
Cell 556-0510

RIB #727
2001 NISSAN MAXIMA
Champagne exterior with tan/leather interior
sunroof, HID lights and 22” rims.
Asking $7,200.00 Willing to negotiate, must sell
Contact 436-7114 or 326-1502

RIB #733
2008 DODGE CHARGER
Red exterior with black interior
Great condition and clean title. $25,500.00
Call 558-3392 or 436-8437












RIB #643B 5
YAMAHA GOLF CARS.
Gas and electric available. NEW 2 person cars
starting at $7,270. -
Choose your. personal options.
4, 6 and 8 passenger models are also available.
Call 393-0262

RIB #648
2003 NISSAN ALITMA
Black extrrior with grey interior.
Needs engine, sold as is. Asking $2500.00 |
Cell 434-9444 :

RIB #649 —- :
2001-2003 CHEVY IMPALA
DODGE NEON -
USED PARTS FOR SALE.
Call: 361-7181 or 636-6171"

RIB #771

2004 GMC YUKON XL
ac/leather/sunroof
3rd row sent on 22 inch rims
bose surround squad 16,000 heater seats
Call 426-8207

RIB #780
1998 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior with tan interior. $5,000.00 ono
4 door, in good condition. No offer will be
__ refused, sound system included.
Call 361-4711 or 467-8381 or 431-2213




















RIB #659
2007 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE SPYDER
Silver exterior with lite dark grey/leatherinterior
$19,500.00 obo
Automatic trans. Fully loaded, sound system,
mint condition
Cell 427-7095

RIB #669
2006 NISSAN MAXIMA
Black exterior with black interior, leather seats,
disk changer, moon roof, chrome accessories,
tinted. Asking $7,500.00 obo
‘Call 429-2116 or 470-4356 or 434-4892

RIB #672 .
2003 INFINITI G-35
Grey exterior with black leather interior
Sell As is. Excellent price. $14,000.00 ono
Call 424-7144

RIB #794
2007 DODGE CHARGER
Grey exterior with charcoal cloth interior-,fully
loaded, excellent condition, 69,000 miles, clean
title, AC, CD. Asking $23,000.00 ono
: Call 477-7084 or 465-2527



RIB #811> ; :
2002 CHEVY SILVERADO XTD CAB
22”rims, alarm, HID’s, MP3,fiberglass bedcover,
custom grill, 2006 front end, flareside,

fully auto, A/C, bucket seats, very clean. Runs
ands looks great just serviced! Must See!!
$13,000. Serious Enquires ONLY. 324-6922



RIB #711
1999 NISSAN ALTIMA
- White exterior with tan interior, power
everything, priced for quick sale.
- $3,500.00. No reasonable offer refused,
Cell 376-3308

2002 PT CRUISER CHRYSLER
Blue exterior with tan interior

: $6,900.00 ono

A super sweet ride. clean in and out, leather and

suede interior, sunroof, CD player, AC.

Call 361-3204 cell 465-0469





RIB #726
2004 HONDA ACURA-TSX_ . :
Silver exterior, black/ leather interior, 4 door,
$11,000.00 ono
Fully loaded, moon roof, fast- fast. :
Call 328-3397 or 636-3728 or 456-7585

RIB #823 - :
2004 ROVER RANGE
Green exterior with tan interior, clean.
Came from American with a slight hit to the left
front, Damage left light,, left fender, front
bumper, hood and grill. $30,000 obo
Call 436-9213 :

RIB #832
CAR FOR SALE
1997 KIA CLARUS SEDAN
Grey exterior, grey interior, fair condition.
One owner, 4 door. Price $1,500.00 ono
Call 302-3912 or 558-2974 or 361-7454(eve).

TRIB #746
FOR SALE ;
MERCEDES BENZ CLS 500 - 2006
FULL OPTION CAR
SERIOUS ENQUIRIES ONLY
ANY REASONABLE OFFER WILL BE
CONSIDERED
CALL 424-2863 -

8
2006 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior with black interior”
$17,500.00 ono
Leather, sunroof, LED tail lights, power
everything, rims, AC. In excellent condition.
Call 394-2809 or 525-8989

RIB #767 .
1999 MECEDES BENZ CLK 320

Black exterior, black leather interior. $17,000.00} ~

Clean title, freshly painted, sunroof, pioneer in
dash DVD sania bose sound system, brand
new 2002 HID head ligts. In immaculate
condition. 363-3636,427-2125,535-0777

‘ xX

RIB #836
JUST IN FROM JAPAN - ACCORT SIR.T
Stick shift, vtec motor, leather, cold AC, 17”
racing wheels, new tires, spoiler, alarm, alpine
audio, race exhaust. HID lights, fresh pearl
paint, black interior, new condition.
Serious enquiries only.
376-9126

RIB #838
2003 NISSAN ALTIMA
Olive green exterior with beige interior
$3,000.00 ono. Needs.a arpine otherwise
everything else in good working condition.
Leave message on answer machine.
Call 393-7756 or 477-3887

RIB #781
2005 JAGUAR X-TYPE VDP
Dark silver exterior. Fully loaded, wood grain
interior, heated and cool seats. Excellent
condition, clean title. Limited edition.

$16,500.00.
Cell 426-6987 or 436-0125

RIB #786
1995 CHEVROLET TILT MASTER
White exterior with grey interior
Standard shift, Ideal truck for landscaping,, trash
removal, furniture ect. In good condition, One
owner. $7,500.00
Cell 558-3911

RIB: #791
: 2006 HONDA ACCORD
Greynite exterior with black/leather interior, fully
loaded, sunroof, 4 door. 7
Also
Silver ACCORD
Let’s make a deal
Call 364-4451 or 557-8362

RIB #844 -
2002 HONDA ACCORD COUP
Silver exterior with black/leather interior
$6200.00 ono. AM/FM, 6 disk CD changer, v6
3.0 v tech, twin exhausts, motorized sunroof,
134,000 miles. In good condition, AC, tints.
Call 324-2814,466-8823

RIB #845
1997 PONTIAC SUNFIRE
Champagne exterior, black interior, new spray
job. Recently serviced, 4 cylinder, great on gas,
minor tlc needed. $1,500.00 0.8.0.
Priced for quick sale.
No reasonable offer

refused.
Call 448-0904 or 361-0383

RIB #812

. D 8 K TRACTOR 950,
- Backhoe, sm roller 3 Dump Trucks trailer
tar trucks.
Call 1-242-337-0679 or 1242-357-1207




RIB #817
19999 CHEVY AASTRO VAN

Red exterior
$2,500.00 ono Cell 436-7255

RIB #821
. 2009 HONDA ACCORD LX
Silver exterior with charcoal interior
$29,900.00. Clean title, immaculate condition,
low low mileage, PW, PL, AC, CD.
Priced to sell trades considered.
Call 424-5964

aS

RIB #849 > :

2005 NISSAN ALTIMA SE
Black exterior with beige interior, heated/leather
seats, sunroof, spoiler,factory HID’s fog lights,,
3.5 v6, bose 6 speakers, DVD touch screen ,

mp3, ipod connect, factory 17” rims, G5.
: ,800.00
Call 341-2318, 434-1407

RIB #850 :
1998 HONDA ACCORD
Green.exterior with tan interior.
. $4,800.00 ono
Auto, alarm, power locks windows, small music
set, excellent engine, good condition.
Custom Wooden Music Jukebox
For Sale
or profit sharing. $3,000
call 422-6762,361-7524.





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833
1997 TOYOTA COROLLA
good condition with A/C.
$4,000.00 or O/N/O
Phone: 3248931 or 457-4015

RIB #834
1998 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior with grey interior. $4,500.00
Clean, runs great, goood on ga,s factory

honda rims.
Call 455-7909 or 432-5247

RIB #835
2004 MERCEDES BENZ CLK 320
Good Condition
$32,000.00 ONO
Tel.: 424-1825

~~ JUSTIN FROM US AUCTION -

1998 HONDA CIVIC,
White exterior, two door with rims.
In excellent conditiopn.
Call 552-2894 or 434-2586

#855
JUST IN FROM US AUCTION
2000 FORD FOCUS i
Standard shift, red exterior. in excellent
condition. Call 552-2894 or 434-2586

RIB #839 ;
2003 H2 HUMMER
FULLY LOADED
$40,000
TEL: 422-6766

RIB #841
2001 CHEVY MONTE CARLO SS
Black exterior/black/leather interior.
$7,000.00 obo. Heated seats, 22” rims, sound

system, cold AC, HID lights , good condition, v6,

3.8L, automatic, power everything.
Will trade for Chevy Dodge Truck in good
working condition. 361-6445,468-1186, 395-
8290

RIB #842
2 2003 NISSAN MAXIMA
Grey exterior with grey interior
AC, power window, power seats, sunroof,
D/player ;
Call 361-1835 cell 556-0316 or 324-1644

2008 CHRYSLER 300
Black exterior black interior.
In good condition
15,999.00
Call 429-5344 or 394-6494



RIB #859
2004 CHEVROLET COLORADO
Black exterior with grey interior, automatic,
clean in & out , AC, power everything.
"Excellent condition, 4 doors and low miles" ,
brand new rims & tires. Serious inquiries only.
“$14,500.00. Call 448-5602









RIB #846
2001 MITSUBISHI LANCER
Cold AC, power windows, CD player.
Good running condition. $5,000.00 ono
Tele: 445-8354 :

2003 CHEVY TRAIL BLAZER
Black exterior, clean in and out, cold AC, CD
player. Good running condition.
$9,300.00 ono
Tele: 395-8353 or 445-8354



1996 NISSAN MAXIMA

White exterior with beige interior.
. $2800.00

Call 324-42374pm

TRIB #865
2000 CHEVY IMPALA
Royal Blue
Excellent Condition
Asking $4,800.00
Serious Inquiries Only
Ph: 324-9739 / 433-5339

RIB #866
; 1997 FORD RANGER .

Green exterior, running well, headers, flow
master, sound system, 4 cylinder, great gas
mileage, great working truck, covered rear cab,
, single front cab. $3,500.00 :

Call 341-6143 cell 434-0552



THE TRIBUNE

RIB #851
2003 CHEVROLET IMPALA
White exterior. It runs. $2500.00 ono
Cell 426-7164






RIB #852
2003 JEEP LIBERTY
Silver exterior, limited edition, silver
exterior,leather seats,sunroof,excellent
condition. Asking $13,500
Ph: 361-1067,456-8549 or 468-8205

RIB #853
1995 FORD RANGER
Red exterior with brown interior
$5,500.00
4x4, 3.0. 5 on the floor.
Call 552-5654







RIB #875
2001 RANGE ROVER
Dark blue exterior with leather interior
Owner leaving Island. Very good condition.
$1 5,500.00 obo
Call 429-1892 or 544-1295



RIB #876
1999 4 DOOR HONDA ACCORD EXL-V6
Arctic White/Tan leather/Sun Roof-One owner
from new, regularly serviced, everything works,
just inspected by Nassau Motors, 50k, Remote
start with locks automatic windows, excellent
condition.
Must Sell 8$8750.00 ono..
394-4774/9am-Spm



THE TRIBUNE

RIB #857A
2004 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
Beige exterior with beige interior.
In good condition. $8,999.00
Call 394-6494 or 429-5344

RIB #857
2003 CHYSLER VOYAGER
White exterior with beige interior. $5,999.00
In good condition.
Call 394-6494 or 429-5344

RIB #85
2005 HONDA CIVIC
Cherry red exterior with black interior.
,999.99
In good condition.
Call 394-6494 or 429-5344

RIB #

3003 CHERVOLET SILVERADO 2500 HD
White exterior with grey/black interior CD, AC,
power boost.Asking $14,500.00
120 mnleany serious peolpe need to call)
376-0083 or 424-8380





79°6-NISSAN SKYLINE
Silver exterior with grey interior.
Excellent condition. $6,000.00 obo
Too much upgrades to mention.
No reasonabie offer refused.
Cail 225-2344 or 456-2416







RIB #862
2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
Gold exterior, 18” rims.
In need of engine & radiator.
2,300 Sold As Is

$
Call 432-8838/465-1465 Serious inquiries only.

RIB #861
2004 CHEVY IMPALA
ROYAL BLUE EXTERIOR WITH GREY INTERIOR.
EXCELLENT CONDITION, 20” ICE RIMS, CUSTOM
CHROME GRILL AND CUSTOM HALO HEAD
LIGHTS.
CALL FOR PRICE. 393-2891 OR 535-0041

2007 FORD 500 .
Black exterior with beige interior.

: ,999.00
In good condition. Call 429-5344 or 394-6494



#887

1997 CHEVY MALIBU
White exterior. $3,200.00 Price negotiable.
Clean in & out,18 “rims.
Car is in good condition, AM/FM Radio.
Cell 467-0618

1888 ALTIMA,

Good condition and great paint job.
Cail 502-9420 or cell 425-0344








TRIB #597

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2011, PAGE 9

R 70 .
1996 HONDA CIVIC
Red Saat Or with gre’ nent $2,500.00,
Runs well, A player.
Call 364-3669 cell 556- Setg or 425-5208
Ask for George.

RIB #869 _
1990 HONDA CIVIC
Blue exterior with blue interior. Needs work,
Does not run, good for fixer upper or parts,
Automatic transmission. Reasonable offer will
excepted. Proceeds go to orphanage.
Call 341-6382 cell-558-6963

RIB #867
2001 FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRAC
Price neg. $10, 500
Call 392-3106, 376-9953 or 376-9954

RIB #895
2005 INFINITI 635
Pearl white with tan leather interior.
Many upgrades. $20,000.00
very clean Call for details. 394-4114
or 544-1905





2003 DODGE NEON
Red exterior with black interior, clean, cold AC,
CD player, runs good $3,800.00 ono
Call 429-6404

TRIB #890



RIB #879
1996 NISSAN SUNNY
White exterior. Good running condition.
Asking $3,400.00
Call 3931652

RIB #878
2007 HONDA CIVIC
Blue exterior with grey interior.
$17,000.00 ono
One owner. Brough from NMC, rims and set.
Cell 676-3004 or 467-9049

RIB #877A
2006 DODGE MAGNUM
Asking $14,000.00.
Call 422-0105



R ‘906
2002 TOYOTA HARRIER JEEP (LEXUS)
“FOR SALE”
White exterior, tan interior, clean and
In excellent condition. Cost $12,000.00
Please call 341-7386




Blue(navy) exterior with grey interior, full lip kit,
AC, CD player, leather seats, sunroof, 3.0
engine, runs.great. $5,800.00

1986 DODGE NEON.
Only needs a engire head,
Asking $350.00. 434-0158

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RIB #883 :
CONTRACTOR SPECIAL!!
“2001 FREIGHT LINER FL 70 DUMP TRUCK
White/grey, 10 yds dump truck, like new,
includes, 16ft trailer along with trunk (a steal)
$14,500.00
Cell 557-4609

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JUST IN FROM FLORIDA

2002 HONDA ODYSSEY
White exterior, clean inside & out, dual air
conditioning, 7 seater, CD player. $9,500.00
Call 364-7450 or 448-7947

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1997 HONDA ACCORD
Green exterior with green interior.
$3900.00 ‘obo.
4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic, sunroof.
Runs good, AC. Call 394-1005 or 376-4678

| TRIB #923
2004 MERCEDES-BENZ CLK320
Silver exterior with grey/leather interior.
$33,000.00 obo
' 2. door coupe, garage kept,
Low miles, sunroof.
Call 565-4829 or 436-4669
Serious enquiries only.

RIB #924
2004 MERCEDES C240
White exterior with silver interior, 57k miles,
clean inside, leather, sunroof. $14, 000.00
2000 DODGE NEON
$3,000.00
Call 364-6033 cell 425-7060

RIB #891

RIB #916

_ 2002 DAE WOO
Black, exterior with blue & grey interior
‘ 00
Good running condition,
must see to appreciate.
Call 326-8850 or 432-8843

2000 FORD F-150
- Whie exterior
$5,900.00. Fully loaded, good running
condition, double cab, 4 door.
Call 324-4416, 395-1706.

2009 HONDA ACCORD

Grey exterior, black leather, first value at”

$28,000.00, selling for $26,000.00
Fully loaded
Call 361-4546"

2008 HONDA CIVIC EX COUPE
Red exterior, grey interior, low mileage,
sunroof, fuel efficient Asking $17,000.00.
Reasonable offers considered.

Call 327-5769 cell 376-4334

RIB #929
2001 NISSAN_ALTIMA
Grey exterior with grey interior.
Needs oil pump. Asking $3,500.00 obo
Call 394-2714 or 535-0377

RIB #900
2001 NISSAN MAXIMA~
Candy red exterior with tan interior $5,800.00
ono. AC, CD player, tinted windows, clean in
and out.
Call 455-7434 or 425-6385

RIB #903 / ,
2002 NISSAN ALTIMA
Burgundy. $9,500.00 ono
HID lights, good condition, AC, sound system.
" "Call 434-8196 or 448-5078

RIB #905
1999-2000 FORD EXPEDITION
Dark green exterior with tan brown interior
,900.00 ono
Brand new 22” rims, pioneer player, project
lights with tan clean exterior.
Call 361-8542 cell 455-7311

RIB #927
2004 DODGE RAM 1500
White exterior with black interior
Excellent work or leisure vehicle,
Recently serviced and painted. $15, 000.00 ono
Make an offer.
Call 454-6850 or 535-1669

RIB #925
"2005 INFINITI G-35
Black exterior with black/.leather interior.
$14,000.00 price negotiable
22” chrome rims. 6 disc changer.
Cell 456-5956

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RIB #908
- 2004 HONDA ACCORD
- Green exterior with black interior. 2 door,
p/w, auto clean interior, custom sound system,
20 inch rims: Asking $12,000.00 ono
Serious inquiries only. Cell 465-9329

TRIB #920
CATERPILLER CAT 30 FORKLIFT.
Good condition, 250 hrs. $8,500.00
Call 356-3529 %

RIB #917
2004 FORD MUSTANG
Red exterior with grey interior. $7,500.00. Parts
for Maxima, Impala, Altima, and others.
Cell 454-7111

RIB #941
2002 CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO
White(pink gloss from sun) black/leather
interior, sunroof, 22” chrome rims
Was asking $7,500.00, now asking $6,500.00
Owner leaving Island.
Call 326-3440 or 565-0050

RIB #930 ;
2007 CHEVROLET HHR STICK SHIFT,
MINT CONDITION, DARK GREY, GREY
INTERIOR, A/C /CD PLAYER/ ALARM
SYSTEM, WANT QUICK SALE
_ $12,000.00:ONO
TEL : 525-9276/ 327-7189





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2004 HONDA ACCORD
Silver exterior, grey/leather interior
’ $10,500.00 ono. Fully loaded, AC, sunroof,
Call 436-3554

BBF #725
2005 NISSAN MAXIMA,

fully loaded, moon roof, factory rims, A/C, 6 disc

CD player, owner leaving island, good working

condition, asking $12500 ONO serious enquiries!

only, ph#636-0683/326-5267

BF #723
2005 HONDA ACCORD,
2dr, A/C, CD, Fully loaded, 22” rims asking
$12,000 wirims, #10; aoe without rims for sale

separately
ph# 676-3261 1436-8323

RIB 4947
2004 DODGE DURANGO LIMITED
Black exterior with grey interior
$11,500.00, 3rd row seat, sunroof, 6 disk CD
player, power locks and windows.
Call 429-1120

RIB #902
1998 22’ CO ee ete BOAT &TRAILER
Colored GPS with chart tatotsE, compass,
Vhs radio, 200 hp mercury 1996.

Sleep 3 in cabin
Hydrolic steering & fish finder,
Sale. $7,500.00 ono. Cail 445-2855/ 392-2962

RIB #926 ;
2007 HONDA ACCORD
Blue grey-lite exterior with light black interior.
18000 miles which is low, 20” rims.
Car must be sold. Price is negotiable.
$18,500.00
Call 325-6306 or 636-0726

BBF #724

2007 F150,
ice cold A/C, 1 owner, interior like new,

customized hood and custom headlights, a must
see, low mileage, 6 CD in dash player, factory
alarm power everything chrome rims, good title,

asking $25000 ONO ph#565-9950

RIB #937
1999 RANGE ROVER
Navy blue exterior with blue/leather exterior
In excellent condition.
Call 552-2894 or 434-2586

RIB #950
2007 HONDA ACCORD
Grey exterior with tan/leather interior. Fully
loaded, v6 engine, sunroof, touch screen, xm
radio, 6 disc CD changer, wood grain, heated
seats, low miles, must see to appreciate.
Serious inquiries.
$13,500.00 ono. 436-5379/454-6303

RI
19’ FORMULA, YAMAHA 200

Pioneer CD player,6 pioneer speakers, bildge

pump, compass, fresh water tank, salt water

tank, bimini top, running lights, & also with the

trailer. $16,500.00 ono
Cail 326-2140 or 465-4540

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BBF #684
2004 CHEVY IMPALA,
A/C, Running good, recently serviced, CD
Player, pwr everything, automatic, asking
$5,000 ono ph# 565-6370
10 days tribune issue 82 063

BBF #722
2006 CHEVY IMPALA,
silver exterior, grey interior, cd player, a/c, tints,
good ‘condition, $10,000 O.N.O
Serious inquires only!, 324-5776, 357-4853

RIB #935 :
2000 HONDA ACCORD
White exterior withtan/leather interior.
CD player, sunroof, good condition
Call 361-5625 or 434-3807

RIB #940
2007 JEEP COMMANDER
Goid exterior. $18,500.00
Cell 425-1146

BBF #685

1997 SPEED BOAT,

Sunbird, 19ft, 130hp outboard engine, aluminum

float on trailer, VHF Radio, CD Player, Brand

New marine speakers, Spacious, Cuddy Cabin,

lots of extras, asking $8,000
ph# 454-6559



2006 CHEVROLET EQUINOX
White exterior with leather interior
In excellent condition.

Call 552-2894 or 434-2586

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1996 FORD MUSTANG
- Red exterior, grey & red interior.
$2,000.00
20” rims, ice cold AC, convertible top.
Owner leaving the island , must go.
Cell 565-3008 or 456-6369







RIB #948 ;
2011 FORD FIESTA
Bright magenta with light stone. interior
,000.00 obo
Brand new, never driven, priced for quick sale.
Trades considered, no reasonable offer will be
refused. Call 322-7845 cell 556-9180






RIB #952
2000 KIA SEPHIA
Green exterior with grey interior.
In need of repairs.
$1,40SE0.00
Call 544-2658 for details

TOUR BOAT FOR SALE $50,000 ONO.
This. boat was primarily used for diving,
snorkeling, sightseeing, and day away trips. It is
an easy convert for commercial fishing as well.
Motivated selier. Info 242-525-9754 or
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FOR SALE
17FT AQUA SPORT BOAT

$5,500.00
140cc engine with aluminum trailer,
Excellent condition. Sea ready.
Call 456-7008

RIB #611
CUSTOMIZED 2004
26 FEET REGAL SPORT .
Black/white with 190 HP diesel, excellent
condition. Appraised at $65,000.00
Asking $45,000.00 ono
Call 393-4732 cell 427-2864

RIB #619
19FT MAKO 115 EVINRUDE
Blue’& white $6,500.00
Call 454-4054

RIB 644A
NEW 2010 YAMAHA VX SERIES
WAVERUNNER.
Dependable and fuel efficient 4 stroke engine.

Excellent’throttle response and quiet operation.
Wide swim platform w/ladder for easy boarding.

High 3 person cruiser seat,
call us today for pricing 393-0262.

17 FT EDUARDONO SKIFF.
NEW.Solid fiberglass. Hull, Cash sale price
* reduced to
$5,900. Fully rigged With a Yamaha E40 h/p,

: as
sale price reduced to $8,700.00.Call 393-0262.

RIB #644D
NEW 2010 YAMAHA (1800CC )
FX Series Super/ High Output , 4-Stroke Wave
Runners.
Few units available, call for prices @ 393- 0262.

RIB #761
35’ MARLIN F.M. TWIN 2007 225 HP :
Mercury optimax outboards chart plotter, Xm
radio, live bait well fresh water, salt water
washdown. Bottom recently painted.
Excellent condition. $75,000.00
Call Chris 357-9372

788A
53 HATTERAS MOTOR YACHT 1978. -
GM 8V71 engine with estimated 900hrs SMOH
3 stateroom and 3 heads,Full galley,Great family
cruising yacht
Asking $159,000.00. Make Offer.
Bahamian Duty paid. 393-0262.

RIB #788B
31 CONTENDER “TOURNAMENT” EDITION
2008

Twin Yamaha 250 hp 4 strokes. Loaded with

options. Garmin GPS/RADAR/Bottom Sounder.

VHF, SAT Stereo. Extra wide T-top, leaning
post, 3 livewells, rear bench seat.
Own the best. $120,000.00
trades considered. 393-0262.

RIB #808
FOR SALE -i9FT BAY LINER BOAT
With a 150 HP Johnson with trailer
(Boat needs minor repairs)
Price: $5,000.00 ono
Contact(242)456-4160

RIB #810 ;
FOR SALE
GET PREPARED FOR THE SUMMER!!!
20” WELLCRAFT
With bimini top and 200 hp engine.
Trailer included, $14,000.00 ono
Cell 376-7642

RIB #820
31FT. CAT LIMBO WITH 8 CYLINDER
PERKINS DIESEL ENGINE.
Cruises 15 knots.

Can be used as a ferry boat, tour boat or for
fishing. Enquirers can call Thomas in GTC
Abaco at (242) 365-4019 or (242) 475-8195.

RIB #873
2008 SEADOO 16FT 150 SPEEDSTER
215 HP, 80 Hours Only Comes with Trailer,
Leather Seats, Built in Cooler, CD Player
Great on Gas, Speeds up to 60 MPH.
Price Reduced For Quick Sale
Now Asking14.000,00.
376-1914

RIB #874

1987 REGAL COMMODARE 360 WHITE
’ MAKE AN OFFER.
CELL 466-7698

1
17FT EAGLE HULL
85 yamaha motor. $5000.00
Call 422-0105

RIB #889
2004 SEA FOX OPEN FISHERMAN
225hp, 4-stoke boat & engine

254-hrs, 2005 trailer, excellent condition,

garage kept, never sail in Bahamas, trim tabs
2)72 quarts coolers,
remote lights. $34,000 ono. Quick sale.
Call:433-9557/392-4673

COMMERCIAL FISHING VESSELL FOR SALE

7OFT “Miss Londa Caterpillar main engine,
70k.w, Izuzu. generator, tankage 6,000 gal diesel,
2,800 gal gas & 3,400 gal water, equiped with R/O
water maker, 50,000 pound freezer hold with 2 6hp
compressors. Alll navigation & communication
equipment in good working order, Accomodation fo

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11 crew. Spare main engine (used)
included. Vessel is actively Lobstor fishing at .
present.

Asking $200,000 ono
Contact Nicholas 1 242-333 5012
Corey 1 242-333 4571 or Ronnie Pinder
1 242-557-7947

RIB #822

1999 YAMAHA 270. JET BOAT
Yellow & white with twin 1200cc engines, very
clean inside and out with trailer, very very fast

It take’s a crew of seven to Andros from
; Nassau in 30 minutes.
$9,000.00 obo

1-242-436-9211 3 436-9213

RIB #898
PRICE B$18,000.
BRAND NAME: EXCALIBUR
Model nr.: WELDFH58K900
Year: 2000
Engine : 7.4 Litre MPI V8
Hours: 282
Phone nr. 359-3212 or 424-1 198
Boat in excellent condition.





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RIB #901

FOR SALE
1998 MAKO 252 CC
White/green trimming. With 2004 twin mercury
Opt 174, gps fish finder, depth finder.
. HF charter plotter
AM/FM stereo compass. *
Call 473-2611 cell 464-5727 or 347-2198

NEW YAMAHA “CRYPTON” SCOOTER
105cc four stroke engine.
Extremely fuel efficient.

Available in blue or red.

Ride all week and use only $3 gas!!!
Cash Sale Price reduced from $2,450.00 to
$1,950.00!!.

* TEL: (242) 393-0262

2007 SCOOTER RED & WHITE

$1,200.00 ono .

Brand new licensed and insured
Call 434-8196 cell 448-5078

RIB #643C .

NEW YAMAHA JOG 100CC SCOOTER
Dependable Transportation: 4 stroke engine is
very quiet and fuel efficient.
you won’t get stuck in traffic.

Cash Sales Price reduced to $2,300.00 New
Cash price slashed to $2,095.00
393-0262. .

esis
RIB #615 :
20 INCH CHROME RIMS
10 holes with 2 s included
$1600.00 - 361-0211 -

RIB #938 :
SEACRAFT 24 FT
New upholstery, Bimini top, stereo, benette sport
tabs, Aluminum float-on trailer. $15,000.00 ono
MUST SELL :
Call 427-6453 or 364-0453

Pee
BBF #683A
2001 YZ 426 F
Asking $4000 custom,rims and tires
1998 SATURN
- Asking $2500 ph#465-8557
10 days tribune issue 85 039

MENS PROFESSIONAL RACING BIKE.
Must sell, make an offer.
Cell 456-8262

RIB #643A
NEW YAMAHA YBR 125 MOTORCYCLE.
125cc, 4 Stroke engine. Excellent quality and
DEPENDABILITY at a great price.
Cash Sale price reduced from $2,700.00. New
ash price at $,2495.00!!
Call us today at 393-0262.

22” CHROME RIMS
With brand new tires for sale.
Call 375-7521 -

- 1994 36FT AVANTI BOAT,

2005 Twin 275 Mercury Verado’s, trailer
included, 300 gallon tank, all instruments.
Asking $45,000 OBO
ph# 535-5662

2007 CROWNLINE 340 CR. CRUISER .
Mercury 496 MAG MPI Twins 750
Bravo Ill . Duty paid in the Bahamas, boat is in
excellent condition and engines-only have 150
hours on them.
Paid $225,000.00 As New
Asking $150,000.00
(Serious inquiries only)
Call Bert Krista at 376-0199

NEW YAMAHA BW 125CC SCOOTER.
Fully automatic transmission and easy to ride.
Long wheel base, suitable for 2 passengers.

Electric and manual crank start, providing

exceptional versatility.on special for $ 4,200.00.
contact Shane at 393-0262.

RIB #723 : : :
20” CHROME RIMS FIVE HOLES
Good condition. $1100.00 ono
Cell 455-5837 or 426-3354

RIB #872

20” RIMS
Five holes.Excellent condition
with low prifile tires
included. Asking $1,3000.00. Call 424-8359



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BBF #696 :
1974 FORMULA FOR SALE, r
Asking $18000 ONO. Call for further info.
Serious inquiries only,
ph# 535-7303

RIB #863
2003 ENCLOSED TRAILER
On double wheels.. Perfect for selling lunch or
for use as a utility trailer.
$5,000 O.N.O.
Call: 394-3271 (between 10a:m. & 7p.m.)

BBF #709
2006 KAWASAKI KLR 650
black and silver with chrome,
Asking $5000 ONO, ph#322-7630/395-1726

RIB #851A *.
20” LOOSE RIMS FOR SALE
$1200.000 ONO.
Cell 426-7164

RIB #868
SET OF 4 20” CHROME
DESIGNER RIMS WITH TIRES.
Excellent condition. $1400.00. Call 376-5405



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205-40-17 $85.00
J215-35-18 $125.00
© ]225-40-18 $125.00
225-30-20 $165.00
225-35-20 $165.00
1245-35-20 $170.00
255-35-20 $180.00
35-30-22 $225.00
45-30-22 $220.00
55-30-22 $215.00
h# 544-0502/375-4121



LOW PROFILE TIRE SALE
205-40-17 $95

Ph# 323-4365 Cell 434-4054

Generator Sale. RIB #644B

|It’s Hurricane Season again and time to prepare.
NEW Yamaha generators as low as $695.00!
very quiet operation and extremely reliable.
Models ranging from 2600 Waits to 6600 Watts
; available.
Call: 393-0262

RIB #643D :
GENERATOR SALE:
NOW IN STOCK
* _ Kipor KDE6700 Diesel generator. This
Generator comes electric start, in a sound
enclosure, very quiet and reliable. .
Retail price was 1,900.00

now reduced to $1,450.00!Cash sale price.
~ Call 393-0262

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RIB #661 ;
WOLF 60 STOVE/ FRENCH TOP R606 R
Top condition. 12000.00 obo
. Call 357-4545 :

_ GENERATOR SALE. :
The long awaited Yamaha ET950 is back. With
its lightweight, compact design combined with
Quiet operation and reliability, it’s the # 1 choice
for portable power. Priced at $285.00 : 393-
0262



RIB #921 :
BUTCHER BOY/BIRO

RIB #660
GE 486 STOVE LPG-6 Brurner, Griddle, Grill
. SS covers
Excellent condition. $6000.00 OBO
'* Call 364-2189





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285-30-20 Call
235-35-19 $195
265-30-19 $235
235-30-22 $230
245-30-22 $225
255-30-22 $215
265-35-22 $235
285-45-22 $265
265-40-22 $230
‘1305-45-22 $250
305-40-22 $250
255-30-24 $285
305-35-24 $290
275-25-26 $300
305-30-26 $450
And many more .....
Ph# 323-4365 Cel 434-4054

RIB. #656 '

HID (HIGH INTENSITY DISCHARGE) KITS
Available for all cars w/ 1 year warranty for only
$100.00. Replacement bulbs & ballast available.

Call anytime for more info
-Phone: 324-0961, 445-6422 or 556-0358

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GUN.

Asking $79.99

ph# 426-4565



RIB #788 -

/ NEW 75KVH DENYO

Diesel 3 Phase generator with automatic
transfer switch. $24,000.00.

“VERBIAGE:

EnviroChoice Cork

Floating Floor still in
boxes

987 sq. feet. Landed Cost
$3,500.00
Sell for $2,000.00, must
buy all
Chris 357-4277

' BUMPERS, FENDERS, HOODS,
HEADLIGHTS ETC
phi 364-9089 / 364-3011

RIB #739
Radiators starting at $170
Call 468-7821 0r 394-0258

“SWIMMING
POOL/HOT TUB

Propane gas, heater.

Price includes tank

_ and copper tubing.
Price $850.00
Call 393-3939

JUKE BOXES
COIN-OPERATED FOR
SALE
Or profit sharing pre-
loaded with 500 songs
& leaser lights, Can be
modified to play music
videos. Customized to
fit any size any
situation.
Songs upgraded
weekly. 422-6762/361-
7524





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' HP LAPTOP 17”,

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CD/DVD Rw, XP,

ard Reader, wifi, $550
ph# 468-4488

BBF #922

Toshiba Laptop 15” Special:

Price $489.99. Call 323.6315.

KARAOKE DVD PLAYER:
FOR SALE-BRAND NEW!
Xbox 360w/WiFi 4GB *390 with dual misc,- built fm radio.
Playstation 3 bundle w/ 2 free games & mic
$570 popular songs,-300 video games
Nintendo wii bundle w/2 free games $395 $299.95. Tel: 465-6985/431-7616
Call 525-6223 sanford5 @ hotmail.com

NEW GE 25 CU. FT

Stainless steel,

water & ice in door

only.$1,250 O.N.O
RIB #881

Tel: 362-6040

PS3 FOR SALE! :
System w/(2) controllers & (1) game.
PS3 A/V cables also available.
Playstation 2 or 3 giving you problems?
Call for details. 341-1650 cell 535-6777.

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from $150 Sony High Definition Camcorders
from $200, Sony and Canon Still.cameras from
$50, One year limited warrantee
Phone 4499625

or
426-1437 or 636-3916

Sale-Brand New
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$375
16gb $425.
3as 16gb $550
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454-1288, 434-2325,
' 423-1096

f NEW SECURITY
EQUIPMENT FOR SALE
6 Motorolla radio,
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1 Year Warranty. Price from $559.99.
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RIB #750A

FOR SALE-BRAND NEW!
Pioneer DEH-130MP car CD player w/remote
$150
Ipod touch w/WiFl & camera 8GB $335
Nikon .S3000 12.OMP digital camera
w/rechargeable battery $185

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Solid State External Hard drives 500 Gigabits
$150, Flash Drives 16G $20 8G $15,
ph# 449-9625

RIB #871

BRAND NEW! CAR CD PLAYER
Pioneer 1300mp w/remote mp3/resdy.
$140.00
Pioneer 2200 w/remote usb/ipod, mp3/ready
$185.00
JVC W/REMOTE Mp3 Ready KDR 210 $135.00
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ANIME AND TV SHOWS 4 SALE!
Every single anime, TV show, HBO series, Pay
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Call 427-3330

RIB #673

HID KITS $125
CD Players Starting at $110
BLACKBERRY TORCH 9800 $700
SOME ITEMS ARE NEGOTIABLE.
CALL 5564074

JUST IN TIME FOR VALENTINES
PLAYSTATION 3... $580.00
Playststion 3 with move $689.00

Xbox 360......$450.00
Cell 424-1825



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NEW UNLOCKED :
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Curve 3g Also avail
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ph#t 454 — 3249

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JUST IN TIME
FOR VALENTINES IPOD NANO. .. $230.00
Ipod Touch 8gb $369.00
Ipad 16gb...$620.00
7 Cell 424-1825

CHEAP CELLPHONES
‘ AVAILABLE

LG Cookie/KS360...
$199.99

LG KMS555 Wifi
Touch... $249.99

LG Dual SIM GX200...
$199.99

Moto Dual SIM
EX115...$259.99

cell 558-3267
or
558-3268/9

CURRENCY OPERATED MASSAGE CHAIRS.
: (US) Priced for quick sale.
Black leather. $500.00 each
Cell 552-1549

NEW PRO FORM
ELECTRIC
TREADMILL
From $450.00
Tel: 362-6040

SECURITY
BARS FOR
SALE
Make offer
12-singles
9 double s

1- triple
2 patio doors

P 24- Total
4 Call 424-4276



$100 VALENTINE'S
PHONE SPECIAL:
Dual Sim
Phones:Memory card
slot, fm radio, music and
video,
Mp3 and Mp4
players,Cameras/ Wifi
phones available. —
2

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Phone: 376-8704

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BLACKBERRY
CELLPHONES

Torch 9800... $729.99
Bold2 9700... $499.99
Curve 8520... $350.00

Pearl Flip:
8220...$234.99

558-3267
or
558-3268/9-

RIB #766
POWER BALANCE BRACELETS
Power balance ... $20.00
power necklaces with pendants... $29.00
Titanium/gold brackelet... $39.00
Tel 341-0460 or 676-33977

RIB #663 ;
FOR SALE: BRAND NEW IN BOX
Wolf Stove DF486G-LP 6 burner Griddle
(10750 US List price plus sales tax.

New matching wolf hood(US list price 2000 plus|
sales tax. New matching woif backsplash with
shelf(US list Price 500. Sales Tax)

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RIB #764

€-PAD 10 INCH TABLET PC
WiFi ANDROID 2.1
DUAL SD CARD TO 16GB
WEB CAM & MICROPHONE
PRICED: $350.00
ALSO PC DESKTOPS...$590.00
TEL: 676-3397 OR 565-7464

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REAM NEVER BLEACH AGAIN!IHAVE smooth
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| phone 3g $100,
| phone 4g from $200.
Iphone/Ipod car chargers $20,

HTC smart phones from $100,
Cell phones for sale,
One year limited warrantee



Phone # 4499625

FOR SALE-BRAND iEW!
Blackberry Curve 8520
w/WiFi $360
Nokia E71 w/WiFi $280
LG Cookie $170 w/WiFi
$230
Call 525-6223

RIB #884
ANTIQUE MAHOGANY DINING
OR GAMING TABLE.
Diameter 5 ft . Fine condition. $850.00
Tel: 393-3939

FOR SALE HAYWARD POOL HEATER
H250Pad 2 for 25000 gallon pool
Call 364-8487

RIB #951

1 YEAR OLD SHIT-TZU/MALTESE,
2 males $500.00 each, 1 female $550.00.
Had all shots and dewormed.
Call 544-2658





EXCLUSIVES
Commercial Business
for future
investment! Lot located in
planned community of
Pinehurst just adjacent to the
popular residential community
of Bahama Palm Shores. Web
Ref: 563474. Price: $20,000
GLENISTON GARDENS! Well
designed 2bd/2bt home with
tiled floors, tongue & groove
ceilings, - eat-in kitchen,
washer/dryer, cedar lined walk-
in closet and bonus room.
Storage shed in spacious yard.
Web Ref: 564509 _ Price:
$259,000

ABACO!
opportunity

SOUTH BEACH! Lovely, newly |

built triplex in quiet, ocean front
* community. Fully enclosed. with
automatic gate, this property
features 3 modern, spacious
units each with 2bd/2bt. Sold
unfurnished. Web Ref: 565007.
Price: $499,000

SANDYPORT! This very
spacious’ and attractive four
bedroom townhouse has lots of
special features and makes the
perfect family retreat. Web Ref:
565008. Price: $535,000
PARADISE IS! Best Price!
Open plan, 3bd/3bt single level
condo offers attractive views &
lots of special amenities. Call
for viewing today! Web Ref:
564869. Price: $870,000
EXUMA! Beachfront 4bd/4bt
home sits on an elevated lot
. with 100 feet of beach frontage
and boasts timbered ceilings,
crown molding, a/c,’ French
doors, fully equipped gym,
standby generator and_ pool.
Web Ref: 562826. Price:
$1.75M

EASTERN RD! Private retreat

on waterfront offering 7bd/6bt.°

Chef's kitchen, office, study,
family room and large
verandahs & patios. Swimming
pool is a plus. Web Ref:
563298. Price: $1.85M

FOR SALE
FREEPORT! 15,000 SF lot
derfecth riced for those

ly Pp
starting out.. Utilities’ are in
place & located near schools

and shops. Web Ref: 564745.

Price: $21,000 :
DESTINI LAKES! Gated
subdivision, 52 lots located in
South Westridge with single
family lots start at $120,000
fourplex lots at $135,000. Web
Ref: 563469

SANDFORD DR! _ Fully
renovated, modern 1bd/1bt
townhouse nestied amongst the
trees with spool and tennis

court. Web Ref: 564988. Price:.

$240,000 :

CABLE. BEACH! Super-stylish
condo with lovely views of the
sea! This 2bd/2bt condo. is in
immaculate condition with
elegantly simple modem
furnishings included. Excellent
accommodations. Web Ref:
564861 Price: $349,500
Contact Bahamas Realty Ltd.
' Ph: 242-396-0000
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BAHAMAS

Kee. 2x98

PORT NEW PROVIDENCE!

Executive townhouse with over
2,700SF of living space’ with
8bd/3.5bt. New Italian tiling and
a large renovated kitchen with
granite countertops and an
adjoining family room. Fully
furnished, lots of extras! Web
Ref: 564899. Price:
US$585,000 :

PARADISE ISLAND! Elegant
two-storey penthouse features
granite counters & top-of-the-
line kitchen - appliances.
Porcelain tile & hardwood floors
throughout, covered balconies,

impact resistant windows,
backup generator, video
security, 2-car parking and

gated entry.. Web Ref: 10156.
Price: $1.2M

FOR RENT ey
EASTERN RD! Delightful
1bd/1bt at community on a high
ridge with ocean views.
Features. a round living room,
galley kitchen, vaulted ceilings,
private patio & tiled floors.
Other units available! Web Ref:
564070. Price: $1,200 p/m

CABLE BEACH! Oceanfront
2d/2bt condo in gated
community. Gorgeous views,

large double balcony, granite
counter.tops & more. Must See!
Web Ref: 564870 Price:
$2,800 p/m :
WINTON! Enjoy unobstructed
‘ocean views and_ golden
sunrises. at this well built
1,580SF townhome with
83bd/3bt in lovely complex with
spool~ & sunning deck! Web
Ref: 564917. rice: $2,800

p/m ;

WESTWARD VILLAS! Newly
renovated 3bd/2.5bt family
home_ in convenient location.
Tastefully furnished with top of
the. line appliances, ceramic
tiling & hard wood _ floors.
Beautifully landscaped. Web
Ref: 564103. Price: $2,900

p/m . ;

CABLE BEACH! Beautifully
renovated ground floor 2bd/2bt
condo on the ocean with
spacious, sun deck and
community pool.
decorated, . private garden
much more. Web Ref: 565006.
Price: $3,500 p/m

PARADISE IS! Location is the
first appeal of this waterfront
condo. In an intimate
community directly on the
harbour featuring 2bd/2bt and
lots of special features, fully
furnished. ‘Web Ref: 565011.
Price: $3,500 p/m /
WESTRIDGE! Luxury 3bd/3bt
unit in private gated complex!
One-car garage, sunken famil
room, spacious. kitchen wit
eat-in counter & centre island.
Patio, shared spool jazebo
with wet bar. Web : 563408
Price: $3,500 p/m

Contact Behamas Reaity Ltd.
Ph: 242-396-0000
www.bahamasrealty.bs





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Bay St. & Victoria Ave
Tel: (242) 323 0800/1
sales @RTBahamas.com
www.RTBaHamas.com

Rentals
Bay Street Office Space-
Starting at $500 p/m
Stapledon Gardens — House
for rent 3Bed, 3bath
Unfurnished $1400 per month
Westridge: 2 Bed, 2 Bath Semi
Furn. Gated, washer & dryer.
$1,350 p/m .
Off West Bay: 2 Bed, 1 Bath
Fully Furn. Incl., water, phone,
cable, internet $1,500 p/m
Carefree: 2 Bed, 1 Bath, Fully
Furn. Incl. water. Ocean & Pool
$1,500 p/m
West. Bay Street: 3 Bed, 2.5
Bath Large Unfurn. Townhouse
$1,550 p/m .
Sea Beach Estates: 2 Bed, 1.5
Bath. Semi Furn, granite, wood
floor $1,700 p/m
Sea Beach Estates: 2 Bed, 2.5

Bath Fully Furnished. with pool |

$2,000 p/m

Delaporte Condo: 2 Bed, 2
Bath. Furn, pool, bch, gated.
$2,200 pen

Cable Beach: 2 Bed, 2 Bath
Oceanfront Gated, fully furn a/c
$2,500 p/m
Sulgrave Manor: 2 Bed, 2
Bath Condo with pool & beach.

$2,500

Paradise Island: 2 Bed, 2.5
Bath. Furnished with . Pool.
$2,600 p/m

Office At Ocean Place- $2,500

p/m

Cable Beach - 3 bed 3bth 3500

per month

Sandy Port — Town House

3bed 2.5 bth 3,500 per month

Sandyport: 3Bed,. 3.5 Bath.

Fully furn w/dock slip. Kids

Allowed $4,000 p/m

Bay Street — night club $5,000

p/m c
. Sales

Residential/Commercial

St. Alban’s Drive — Excellent

Condition 3 Bed, 1.5 Bath

Townhome $125,000

Off Minnie St. — Duplex Bldg

for sale, 2 Bed, 1 Bath each

side $150,000

Sir. Lynden Pindling — 2 Bed,

2 Bath Home for sale. Unfurn.

Great Buy $165,000

San Souci: 2 Bed, 1.5 Bath

Townhouse, semi furnished

with courtyard $180,000

Hilitop (2nd Terrace): 2 Bed, 2

Bath, a/c. View of Atlantis and

harbor $185,000

Bernard Rd -3bd 2bth home

Z ibd apartment -

$190,000

Kool Alr Drive: Duplex for sale

in Excellent Condition 2 Bed, 1

Bath. $205,000 -

Resario West: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath

Townhome w/pool, landscaped.

$239,000 o

Colony Village: 3 Bed,-2 Bath

House with Attached 1 bdrm

Apt. $245,000

Twynum: New 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
| Townhouse. Unfurnished with
i deck $250,000



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Bay St. & Victoria Ave

Tel: (242) 323 0800/1
sales@RTBahamas.com
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Off Hanna Rd: Duplex Building
New. Burglar Bars
$265,000

Westridge: 2 Bed, 2.5 Bath
Condo, Gated Access, Pool.
$269,000

Marshall .Rd: 3bed 2 bth Newly
Built home $280,000 :
Sandford Drive (West): 2 Bed,
2.5 Bath Townhome a/c, gated,
pool $290,000

N.P): 3 Bed, 2 Bath Brand New
Home $299,000

Faith Ave: Restaurant with
attached 2 Bed, 2 Bath apt.
Brand New $330,000

Southern Breeze: Triplex Bldg.
A/C, 8,100 sq ft. Lot. $350,000
Marshall Road- Misty
Gardens — Like New Triplex
Deal Reduce NOW $410,000
Off Prince Charles: 3 Bed, 3.5
Bath Home Unfurnished,
landscaped $420,000

South beach — 2 Storey 5 bed
8bth home - $465,000
Sandyport: 3 Bed, 3. 5 bath
Townhouse. on canal. Fully
Furnished $600,000

Sunset View Villas: 5 Bed, 3.5
Bath with oceanfront views on
West Bay $750,000

House Sea View Dr. — 3 Bed
/3.5 bath Ocean View, Pool
Access ‘

Lots’
Nassau Village: Duplex Lot 75
x 75 Only $65,000 .

East St. South: Duplex Lot 55
x 113 Brand new Subdivision

$80,000
Lot 60 .x 100

Pride’ Estate-
$81,000.00

Pride Estate: Duplex Lot 7,000
Sq.ft - $85,000

Off Harold Road — Triplex Lot
8,000 sq.ft - $87,000

Balfour Estates West: Brand
New Approved Duplex Lots
ONLY $95,000

Marshal Road: Multi-Family
Lot 80 x 120. Beach Access
$95,000

Cul — De — Sac Lumuba Rad.-
Private Rd. 70x145 $105,000
Coral Vista: Multi Family Lot
75 x 110 near Beach $110,000
West Winds: Lot 72 x 100 on
ridge. Great Price $115,000
John Claridge Estates: New
on Eastern Rd. Corner Lot 80 x
111. $115,000

West Winds: 70 x 92 Ridge Lot
gated community’ with
amenities $125,000

High Point Estates: 8,517 sq
ft. Triplex lot with plans
$130,000

Killarney Shores: Lot 100. x
100 in great secluded
community $135,000 ;
Spikenard Road- Cul-De Sac
Large Lot 90x150- $150,000
Charlotteville: Lot 72. x. 100
7,200 sq ft. Gated, Pool, Tennis
Courts $152,000

Highland Park: Single Family
Lot 13,000 sq ft. 150 x 90.
$165,000

Chazon Estates (Southwest







| Serenity Estates

LANDMARK REALTY
SALES. RENTALS & APPRAISALS



St. Albans Drive off West Bay
St. walk to beach:

Large 2 bed 2 bath furnished
condo $189,000

Gardens Hills: 3 bed 2 bath
house, $210,000

Off Marshall Road: 2 bed 1
bath Duplex $225,000.

Rawson Court: 3 bed 3 bath
Condo, Exceptional Sea View
$399,000

Glengarriff Gardens: Two
Storey Home 4 bed 2 bath
$418,000
Sandford Drive: 3 bed 2.5
Bath House $450,000

Sea Breeze: Executive 4 bed 3
bath house with Tennis Court
on two Lots $463,000
Sulgrave. Manor: 2 bed 2 Bath
Townhouse $475,000
Westward Villas: 3 bed: 2.5

bath full A/C Town House
Condo Front and rear
balconies, garage, pvt yard
$495,000

Meeting Street: Split-level
building ideal for Office,
reduced for quick sale
$215,000.

Carmichael Road: Large

Commercial Building $595,000
Blue Hill Road South:
Commercial building $600,000
Oakes Field: Commercial
Building 23,700 sq ft
warehouse and office 1.1 Acre
land$1,500,000

Foxdale Sub. Lot $65,000

Claridgedale Sub. Corner lot |

3,000
Serenity-Gated. Single & Multi
Family lots starting @ $80,000

South Seas-Gated: lots
starting @ $83,796
Coral Breezes- Family — lots

starts @$95,000
WestwindsGated Lot $113,900
Lyford Hills great living, Lots
starting @ $117,600

Airport Industrial Park
10,085sq. ft. $115,000 ‘
Destini Lakes: lots starts @
$99,000

Coral Vista —Large corner lot
$137,000 .

Jacaranda Gated Lots starts @
$143,000.
Charlottesville-Gated Lot
$150,000

Saffron Hill — lots Starting @
$175,000, ;

Off West Bay: Large M/F Lot 2
mins from beach,$200,000 *
South -Westridge: With Lake
View $237,000 :
Balmorai -
$238,000.00
Indigo —Out West Lot with Sea
View $240,000

Infant View Road: Large lot
$250,000

Gated: lots

lots 100 x
304 $250,000.00
Westridge: Large lot 1.2 Acres
$390,000
East Street: Large Commercial
Lot w/ Structure $400,000
West Bay Street: 1.55 Acres
$2,500,000
Family Island Lots
Freeport:Barbery Beach off
Queens Highway 30 Acres
$15,000,000

Ph: 328-2001 / 326-4400

Fax: 356-4044









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Homes/Apartments.

0518 Chazon Estates 3bed
2bath. $298,000.

0597 Coral .Vista Luxurious
4bed 2.5bath with attached.
2bed 1bath unit. $550,000.

0759 Nautica 3bed 2.5bath
townhome in gated community.
$475,000.

0705 Coral Harbour executive
Sbed 2.5bath with office.
$550,000. ;

0755. Boatswain. multi-fam
80x100 with approved plans
and footing for tri-plex.
$100,000. s ;

0772 Carmichael commercial
plaza. $400,000.

0763 Coral Harbour. new
townhouse 4bed Sbath.
$395,000.
0776 Westridge luxurious 5bed
4.5bath split level. $2.2M. .
0773 Highpoint Brand’ new
Sbed- 2.5bath townhouse.
$290,000. :
4bed

0703 Coral

0770 Sea Beach 2bed 2.5bath
townhouse. $290,000.

0788 Centerville Commercial
building 1565 sq. ft. $332,000.
0781 Lynden Pindling Estate
8bed 2bath $235,000.
0784 Ballou Hill South
commercial with food store and
warehouse. $1,600,000:

0786 Coral Harbour - single
family 3bed 2.5bath. $299,000.

Harbour

Vacant land
0769 Jacaranda cleared and
ready __to build 100x120.
$150,000..
0775 Westridge multi-family
15,000+ sq. ft. $219,000
0786 Coral Lakes single family
$135,000.
0763 Coral Harbour
family 83x105. $110,000.






single

0594 Hooper's Bay Exuma 6

acres. $525,000.
0764 Gleniston ‘single family
100x100. $115,000. .
0789 Tropical
90x180 $195,000.
0627 Westridge single ‘family
1.01acres. $390,000. .
0778 Long Island _ clarence
town 1/2 acre $35,000 and 1
acre $65,000. -
0791 Coral. Harbour Single
family 80x110. $115,000.
Rental
Coral. Harbour 3bed 2.5bath
executive. $4,000.
Coral Vista 4bed 2.5bath
furnished: $2,700.
Coral Harbour 4bed 2bath.
$2,000. 3 ‘
_ Tel/Fax: 362-2858
Mobile: 424-8929

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VACANT LAND

Coral Harbour: Large |

homesite lot. Near Defense
Force Base. $139,000
Stapledon Gardens: Large
multi-family lot in a desirable
location. $140,000
Coral Vista: Very nice large
homesite lot at an affordable
price. $117,500
Saffron Hill: EXCLUSIVE
Oceanview corner homesite lot
over 10,000 sq. ft. $363,000.
Serenity: Affordable homesite
lots now starting at $85,000.
Duplex lots now starting at
$145,000
West Winds: Most affordable
Duplex lot in the community.
$114,000.00. .Homesite lot
starting at $1 20;000.
South Ocean: 8,759 sq ft
homesite corner lot in the west.
$128, 000.00
HOMES/CONDOS
Imperial Park: Lovely 4bed
Sbath semi-furnished perfect
starter home. A deal that will
not last. $279,000
Pinewood Gardens:
EXCLUSIVE 4bed 3bath home
on 2 elevated lots. $230,000
rene Palm: Charming 2bed
Sbath semi-furnished

- townhouse. Pool. Gated.

$285,000

West Winds: EXCLUSIVE
Brand New immaculate 2bed
1.5bath Benes: Gated.

Rolling Hills: 2bed 2bath,
lovely home, A a yard, space.
Gated. $320,0'
Tyynam Heights: Lovely 2bed
ath : semi-furnished
townhouse. Gated. $265,000
Country Club: 2bed 1.5bath
furnished townhouse. Peaceful
.& _ gated. Communal pool.
$190,000
Off West Bay: Oceanview
2bed 2bath incomplete
townhouse. - A steal at
$215,000
MULT-FAMILY BUIDLINGS
Blue Hill South: A_ large
commercial building. Ideal for
foodstore, restaurant or retail
store. $673, 000
Star Estates: EXCLUSIVE
Two-2bed 1.5bath townhouse
duplex. Ideaf mortgage helper.
Great price at $436,000

Mount Royal — A large
commercial building. Ideal
investment property. $450,
000.00

RENTALS
Dowdeswell St: . Prime

commercial space. Ideal for a
small business. Offered as
shell. $1,500 p/m
West Winds: 2 bed 1.5bath
semi-furnished brand new
townhouse. Gated. $2,500.00
p/m
Dowdeswell Street
Office:328-4111°Fax:328-4113
424.4448, -357-7686, -376-
1849, -535-6764, 468-0767
info @ wateredgebahamas.com
www.wateredgereaiestate.com

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SALES — CONDOS & HOMES
3759 - EXCLUSIVE -
Jacaranda: Brand new 4bed
4bth home $990k

238 — EXCLUSIVE -
Sandyport 4bed 3.5bth,home
furnish $895K

3791 - Grove West home
4beds 4.5baths, pool, hilltop
elevation, spacious $825k

3739 — Vista Marina 4bed 5bth
home furnish $520k

3630 — Ocean West townhome

2bed 2.5bth $395k

3685 — Ashford Villas 3bed
2.5bths $350k

3805 — Beachfront Condo: 2
bed, 2 bath unit with beautiful
views $349,500 (WHERE IS

THIS?)

3717 - Harbour Mews

townhome 2bed 1bth $316k
ALES — LOT:

3754 — Adelaide residential
acreage overlooking the creek
495k

3132 — ee reee pesidentiat
lot (120'x205’) $346,

3738 — Indigo: 0. x 100
residential lot in gated
community $175k

3568 — Charlotteville 7,997 s.
ft. residential lot $154k

3766 — Turnberry: 7,200 sq. ft.
residential lot in exclusive gated
community out West $145!
3844 — Coral Vista Triplex Lot
7,600 sq. ft. $120k

3838 — Venice Bay 100” x 100”
residential lot $118k

178 — EXCLUSIVE - Exuma
Regatta Ridge 10,000sf,
elevated with sea views lot

$100k :
3424 - EXCLUSIVE :
Summerhaven duplex lot

6,500sf, great investment $75k
3721 — EXCLUSIVE - Exuma
residential lot 10,000sf BS16
$6000

RENTALS
3848-Seabeach Estates
townhouse — 2bed, 2bath, with
loft, spacious $2500pm
3850-Sandford Mews condo —
2bed 1.5bath, spacious
$2000pm

3804 — Executive 3 ‘bed, 3.5
bath Condo with panoramic
views $7,500

3839 -— West Street
cottage 2bed 2. Satie 3,000
3790 -— Grove West home

4beds 4.5baths, pool, hilltop
elevation, spacious $6500pm
3387 — SP townhome 4bed,
3.5bth furnish $6000
3707 — Blair home 4bed 3bth
furnish $4000

3767 — Eastern Rd home 3bed
3bth furnish $3950
3781 - Sandyport Condo 3
bed, 3 bath unit with
spectacular views $3,500.00
3842 — Sandyport 3 bed 3 bath
condo fully furnished $3,200.00
3840 - Beachfront Condo — 3
bed, 3.5 bath in gated complex
3807 — Westridge spacious,
tastefully furnished 2beds 1bath
epuee connect with nature

Call 362.5219 / 326.6441
www.moskorealty.com

BLESSED ROCK
REALTY

PHONE NO: 341-4303 OR
454-1702, 454-8978, 3956483

Coral Harbour Triplex Lot, 80 x
100 99,500.00

Off Carmichael Road, 52 x
100 73,000.00 s

Off Soldier Road 2Duplex
Lots 50 x100, 49,000.00 @

Pine Barren of Prince Charles
Drive Triplex Lot, 51x143,
72,000.00

Off Cowpen Road Duplex Lot
50 x100, 62,500.00

Fox Hill 2 aauPles Lots, 60x
100, 60,000.0

cole nena Duplex Lots 97x
5, 65,000

Chippingham Duplex Lots
50x97, 60,000.00

Off Soldier Road Triplex Lots
50x140, 99,000.0)

Off Soldier Road West
Residential Lots 50x100,
72,000.00

Sandilands Village Road 2
Triplex Lots 53x125, 86,000.00

‘ RESIDENTIAL LOTS
Coral Harbour Residential Lot
(Co-Broke) 60x150 $106,000.

Gardens Hills #2 50x100.

70,000.00

Coral Breeze .Gated, 75x100
99,500.00

St. Andrews Beach
Residential Lot 90x90
120,000.00

Bacardi Road Gated. 80x100|

95,000.00

Yuma Estates Gated, 65x100
95,000.00

Serenity 60 x 100 85,000.00

South Ocean Estates
100x124 158,000.00

Twin Lakes or Broke) 103x
140, 246,000.0

Marshall Road 5 Acres
925,000.00

South Beach on the water 76
xX 224, 215,000.00

Off Gladstone Road (Co-
Broke) 9 Acres, 1.63 Mil

Off St. Vincent Road

1.80 Acres, 460,000.00

Nassau Village 3bed 1 bath,
good condition, 80x100,
110,000.00

Boatswain Hill of Carmichael
Road 2 storey house with 2
bed upstairs 1 bed downstairs,
2 bath, well water,, sold with
approved plan incomplete

100 x 536, 700,000.00

Soldier Road west (Co-Broke) ©

9141. sq ft, 193,000.00

Soidier Road West, 10199
SQ.FT, 200,000.00

Fox Hill 70 x 320 220,000.00

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Residential Lots

Westwinds — 60 x 100 -
$115,000

Jacaranda Estates — 95 x 119
- $165,000



Windsor Estates - Corner lot -
75 x 110 - $90,000

Fox Dale Sub — 50 x 108 —
$65,000

John Claridge Sub — 80 x 114
- $120,000
Multifamily/Commercial Lots

Bernard Road — 85 x 117-
$95,000

Chippingham - 76 x 100 -
$100,000

Millar, Heights — 75 x 100 -

Kisskadee Dr — 7,000 sf. -
$109,000

Claridge Rd — 15,000 s/f.
$175,000

Houses

Coral Harbour — Well-kept
family home _ in _ attractive
neighborhood. 3/2.5, family
room, study - $310,000

Miller Heights — 3/2 on corner
lot, w/room to expand -
$160,000

off Carmichael Rd — new

_2/2.5 townhouse available

only 5% deposit needed.
Multi-family Units

Pinewood — with 4 rental
units.

This property pays for itself -
$213,000

Off Carmichael — two 2/1 in
good shape - $185,000 — only
5% deposit needed.

FOR RENT

Sea Beach Townhouse — 3/2.5
furnished - $1,600.

Leeward East — 2/1. semi
furnished - $900

Commercial Spaces
Fox -Hill Rd. — new 500 s.f.-
$950

Montrose Ave — 485 sq ft.—
Clean; a/c; tile floors - $1200
Ritchie Realtors & Appraisers
394-2650

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URGENTLY

Vacant Land
Houses, Duplexes/3-plexes

Commercial Properties
We buy and Sell

Please cal Ludec
393-1183 or 557-3225

WESTRIDGE ESTATES,
; ORTH

N
4-Plex Multi-Family Lot
Underground Utilities,
Paved Road
Approx. 11,000sq.ft.
$215K

Bank Financing Available
4 88

WINTON HEIGHTS
Lot with hill top view.
Spacious open floor, 3-car
garage, provision for pool
with pool house. Sold with
approved plans fora6- — |
beds/4.5-bath with
basement. Construction
completed to roof. Situated
on 120 by 179 feet property.
Serious inquires only.
> Must see to appreciate.
Reduced from 3675.000-00, to

Agents are welcome to list
this property. Houses in this
raised fro 1.2 to
ar honene at

content 477-4741 A

WESTRIDGE LOT $259,000
Desperate Seller.
‘Get it before BAHAMAR
begins! Owner Financing avail.
Call 427-3588

FOR SALE BY OWNER
3-bed, 2 bath, home on quiet
Nassau East S. Pool
and generator. $345,000.00
Inquiries call 422-3956.

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Commercial Multi-family
property 1.051 acres
“St Albans. Drive. Call 326-6631,
serious inquiries only.

LOT FOR SALE
COWPEN & FAITH AVE
Multi-fam. 60x1 15/util.
Tel: 376-6281.

TOWNHOUSE LOTS
SEA BREEZE AREA

Starting @ $100,000
Financing available now!

NASSAU VILLAGE, HOUSE
Lot 50x100, $135,000

Phone 393-0897/393-0279,
Pat Rutherford

TRI-PLEX Seater
Two bedrooms one bath.
Fenced-In yard & burglar bars
Malcom Allotment, Sumner St

260,000.00
Ph: 341-7323. Cell 535-2869





- REAL ESTATE

PROPERTY FOR SALE
Located: Boatswain HIIl,
Carmichael Road West, near
Coral Harbour round about.
Size:80ft-100ft. Elevated
property near lake.
Single or multi-family.
Price: $100,000.00.
Phone 477-6972.

RENT TO OWN/BANK
Approved Applicant only

Cable Beach: 2-bed, 1.5-bath
Townhouse $200,000.00.
$10,000 (5%) Down & move in.
Rent for 6 months at $1,667.00
monthly. After six month, rent
amount credited towards
downpayment or purchase
price. Financing for balance of
$180,000 must be conciuded
within the six month period.

ONE ACRE LOT, beach
access, South Andros,

$20,000.
Telephone
325-3554, 322-5474, 327-0621.

LEEWARD EAST
New 2-bedrooms, 1-bathroom
apartment quiet cul-de-sac,
off street parking, good yard
space
Price: $147,000.00
Call: 242-359-1764 anytime

PROPERTY FOR SALE
Large multi-family lot in nice,
uiet area located McKinney
r, off Carmichaei Road. Loi
size 60x168, $135K ono.
Serious inquiries only,
395-5961

.PROPERTY FOR SALE

Grand nanan:
1. Windsor Bay Pro popary
adjacent to Lake Acre
Asking $49, 000 ONO
Contact: 322-8187

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Gated. Westwinds
Single Family hilltop lot
6, sq.ft
$110,00.00
Ph: 467-9222
HIGHLAND PARK,
WEST GROVE.
House 3 bed, 3-bath a/c,
study room, enclosed dbl ,
large family room, high ceilings
$475,000.00
Ph: 477-4741.

RESIDENTIAL LOT
60x100, in the gated
community of West Winds.
No agents please.
$103,000 Net.
Ph:424-0035.

FOR 2ALe BY OWNER
NDIGO,

WEST BAY STREET
OCEAN VIEW LOT
$249,000 GROSS

TEL. 424-3678

FREE MORTGAGE
PRE-QUALIFICATION.
Call today and become a

home owner in 2001.
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REAL ESTATE |

MULTIFAMILY PROPERTY
FOR SALE ;
HillCrest Subd Corner Lot
Price $77,500.00
Tel: 394-1333, 326-89616

"=3$ROPERTY FOR SALE

Balfour Estates East, off
Carmichael Road, 122x63,
$85,000. Phone 426-1913, or
323-2593.



FOR SALE BY OWNER
DUPLEX LOT, 60x100
Off Gladstone Rd, Victoria Gdn
Call 359-2415.

FOR SALE :
HALF ACRE LOTS situate on
North side of Step Street, Fox
Hill. Phone:324-3477

FOR SALE
WESTRIDGE: 1.0148 Acre Lot,
$350K Net. Serious enquiries
only. Call gaze 4185 to view.

FOR “SALE
WESTRIDGE: 1.0148 Acre Lot,
$350K Net. Serious enquiries
only. Call 457-4185 to view.

GB PROPETY FOR SALE
WINDERMERE 8614sq.ft.
$30,0C0.

. Call 535-0690.

JACARANDA
Beautiul residental lot.

160,0
For Sale By owner. 456-7353.

KILLARNEY SHORES:
100x100, $135,000 ono.
Tel 392-1969.

LOT FOR SALE
Camichael Road West
$78,000.00
Tel 326-4420

PROPETY FOR SALE
Windsor Bay, Grand Bahama
. 1/3 acre. $55,000

Phone 544-2335. ~

LOT 3.7 _ Acres, east of
Gladstone Road on Carmichael
Road, $1.3 mil. Ph:477-4741

ROMER STREET: 60X100, |
$55,000

Ss, .
TEL 422-8766

TRIPLEX LOT
ated community,

oral Harbour

Quick Saie

Call Larry Adams, 547 3714.

in



*|-enclosed, 1,

FOR SALE
SOUTH OCEAN_ ESTATE:
Multi-family. 150,000

LONG ISLAND:Acre 40,000
near beach

FREDDIE MUNNINGS: 180K,
3 bed/2 bath, fully furnished.

FAITH AVE: 2 bed/2 bath, fully
furnished 175,000

YAMACRAW BEACH:property
134K price negotiable.

!YAMACRAW BEACH:3 bed, 2
bath, 2 bed 1 bath Duplex,
295,000

PINEWOOD:
lot 65,000

CORAL HARBOUR House.
$380K negotiable.

3bed condo TUSULUM WEST
$280K



50x100 elevated

SOUTH
$220,000

Apt unit for sale WESTRIDGE,
2bed/2bath, $1 Tele ,000.
Tel:
433-1952, 324-4441

BEACH Duplex

TRIPLE

x
FOR SALE BY OWNER

Electric gate w/ wall fence
2 & 3 bedroom
with walk-in closet, wash
house, partially furnished,
landscaped. Appraised at
$440,000.
Call & make an offer.
363-1283 or 424-2844













TRIPLEX FOR SALE
3-bed, 2-batn,
jacuzzi and separate shower in
master bath, and
two 1-bed, 1-bath units
Asking $290,000.
Phone:328-7537

SINGLE FAMILY LOT
Priced To Sell
Lot in new Gated community,
underground utilities fibre optic
cable, $110K Net obo. Call
359-0774.

TRI-PLEX PROPERTY
with completed foundation.
Gated community.
Burvic Close, off Prince
Charles, $135,000 Net. Mrs
Davis, 356-6482/454-7890.

VENICE BAY:
Development

FOR IMMEDIATE SALE
2-unit ioinouse lots starting
| @ $75,0
Bank A EnCIRE:
Contact Vencie Bay site office,

Tel 362-2555/6
Visit our website @

www venicebaybahamas.com

Ocean Front

VISTA MARINA: OPPOSITE
THE BEACH, House 3-bed,
2 bath, a/c, pool, electronic
hurricane, shutiers, garage and
property size 37,981sq.ft,
$1.6 mil.

Seller is mo ving to another
country, musi sell. Negotiable.
Ph:477-4741

KING'S REALTY

FOR SALE

Boatswain — 2 bed 2.5 bath
Townhouse featuring Whirlpool



Appliances, Corian
countertops, enclosed and
landscaped yard, private
‘driveway, on property pool and
much more. Asking $295,000

East Street South - New

Subdivision close to Calvary
Deliverance Church, Triplex Lot
50’ x 113’ with plans included
Asking $85,500

Mt Tabour - 4-plex lot with
plans and poured foundation.
Asking $120,000

St. Andrews Beach Estates —
Beautiful 4 bed, 3.5 bath home
with spacious rooms, hardwood
flooring

in| master bed with
Whirlpool bath.
granite kitchen
custom cabinetry,
enclosed — yard
Asking $600,000

FOR RENT
Soldier Rd — Two 1 bedroom
apartments unfurnished $450
per month

countertops,
landscaped
and more.



Cable Beach - 1 bedroom fully
furnished condo with private
back yard, pool and washing
facilities in complex $1,200 per
month (water included)

Sanford Drive - 3 bedroom 3.5
bath townhouse homes. Three
floors, 2,000+ sq. ft. complete }
with ‘wooden floors, burglar
bars, gated entry, ensuite baths
and walk-in closets. Available
fully furnished or semi-
furnished with fridge and stove,
washer and dryer for $3,500
per month

Yuma Estates — 3 bed, 2 bath
fully furnished home with pool

Carmichael Rd — 3 bed, 1 bath

split unit: home in secure
neighborhood $1,700 per
month

PHONE: : 223-8000

E-M.
BAHAMAS @KINGSRE
ALTY.CGM °

LOTS FOR SALE
Adelaide, Mitchell Street
8930 sq. ft, $89,000.00
80,000 sq. ft, $80,000.00
7,500sq.ft., $75,000.00
7,464 sq ft $75,000.00

| Ph: 341-7323, or 361-3752

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REALTY
Homes/Apartments

. PROPERTY FOR SALE
6684 4 bed, 3 bth. Pool, :

quiet

eastern community. $399,00 Cowpen Rd, 4 plex lot
$120,000

7283 2 bed. 2 bath home.

Gated, shared pool. $320,00 Cowpen Rd, 6 _ plex lot
$145,000 !

6946 Montagu Villas 2 bed, 1

bth townhouse. $197,000 Firetrail Rd, 75x220, $185,000

7255 Baycroft 2 bed, 1 bath.| Winton Meadows, 980x100,

Renovated. Water Views. | $110,000

$210,000

Yamacraw Shores, w/3 bed, 2
7206 Cable Beach. 5 bed, 3

bath foundation, $115K
bath home. $499,000 Price
Negotiable ee Estates, 100x100,

Triplex/Duplex
Off Prince Charles Dr, triplex

7137 Reduced Duplex, | lot, $90K
between Blair and Village Rd.
$299,000 Twin Lakes, 90x140, $165K
7262 Fourplex- Great | Twin Lakes,4 plex lot, $255K
Investment. All units rented.
$250,000 Sea Beach Estates, triplex lot,

$150K
- Lots

7151 mise SUI SONY lot Kool aoe Estates, 60x100,
Acres $120,00 $11
6997 Triplex lot. 8,525 sq.ft.| High Vista Estates, triplex lot,
$140,000 $135K
6234 Venice Bay 10,000 sq. ft| Winton Heights, hilltop lot,
lot. Owner financing $99,900 | $165K
5471 South Ocean Estates | Camperdown, 16,000 sq. ft,
11,700sq.ft. lot. Owner | $250K

Stapledon Gardens, triplex lot,
Tel: 242-393-8630-7 $145,000

sales @coldwellbankerbaha

mas.com Carmichaei' Rd, 1.8 acres,
www.coildwellbankerbahamas. | 4850 K
com
Killarney Shores, 100x100,
HEAVILY — > $150K
PUTO NES PRONE | Sanamia West, 100x229,

FOR SALE
Lyford Hills and
Yuma Estates.
; Up to 30% off.
Call Owner, 422-3117, .
PANE Accel ti emerelud | Charlottesville,

FREEPORT: Lot For Sale
Lincoin Green, Unit 3, Block 24
Lot #4. Appraised at $55,000. |
Offers accepted. 395-7702.

$265K

Clear View, 100x200, $265K
Jacaranda, 95x119, $165K
60x120,

West Wind, triplex lot, $159K
Lyford Hills, 75x100, $115K

Vista Marina, 100x100, $215K

KOOL ACRES SUBDIVISICN ee
house 3-bed, 2-bath, duciless, 325-7693 or 323-5626
a/c, very large yard. House _ email: —
couid be easily converted to plantationrealty @live.com
childrens day care cenier.
$235,000.00
. Ph: 477-4741

HOUSE FOR SALE
3-bed, 2-bath, large yard,
fruit trees, single car garage,

in exclusive quiet 5
neighbourhood, High Vista Dr
off Eastern Road. Need little
TLC. Only $258,000 net.
Call: 436-5774 for appointment

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336 ACRES: LAST PRIME
SITE ON NEW PROVIDENCE
IDEAL
-FOR MULTI-USE DEVELOP-
MENT.

For further information contact:
Jack Isaacs 359.2964

Ref# 17808 SAFFRON HILL::

Single Family lots _ starting
$175,000.00

Ref # 43709 WEST LAKE
PLANTATION: Multi Family

Lots Starting $200,000.00

EMERALD COAST: Single &
Multi family lots starting
$300,000.00

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Ref# 50409 LYFORD HILLS:
Single & Multi Family starting at
$112,000.00

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE

oe 322-1069
info@bahamasproperty.com
wow. bahamasproperty.com

PROPERTIES FOR SALE

HIGHLAND PARK 3-bed, 3-
bath, spacious house $465,000.

HIGHLAND PARK: 3-bed, 2-
bath house, $370,000

CORAL VISTA: Spacious 3
bed, 2-bath house, $290,000

FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS off St
Vincent Rd, 70x100, $85,000

PINEWOCD GARDENS
50x100, $65,000

RENTAL.
WESTWARD VILLAS:

furmieiied: 3-bed, 2- bath house,
$2,80

Tel: 465-8951
adderley @ yahoo.com



GROSHAM PROPERTY LTD.

OWNER’S LOWER PRICE!
Oceanfront lot 80x80 EVES
Cable Beach. Ready for house
to be built, access to pool and
beach. $275,000

Oceanfront townhouse
for rent Compass Point
3 bed, 3 bath, pool, laundry,
unfurnished
$2,200 per month, lease.
Ask for RE Barnes 327-0806.



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Adler Realty Limited.
Ph: 323-7901/2 or 326-4307
Fax: 328-2037
Email:
info @adierrealtyltd. com
www.adilerrealtyitd.com
on Twitter: AdlerRealtyLtd

LOTS:
10266 Coral Lakes,
11691.s.f. $149,000

10290 Tropical Gardens Four
plex lot 60 x 145 $155,000

10292 High Vista 113 x 347 $
375,000

10293 Coral Harbour
10,106 s.f. $150,000

10301 Carmichael
: $293,000

10303 Killarney Shores, size
100 x 100 $ 160,000

10309 Westridge Multi-family
8,242 lot $212,500 -

10310 East Street south
triplex lot 7207 s.f. $95,000

10317 West Bay St.
$350,000

10325 West Bay Street lot size
11,824 s.f. $453,000

10335 Gamble Heights 60 x
100 $78,000

10345 off McKinney Drive 73
x 100 $95,000

10361 jwopleal's Gardens 90 x
90 $121,000

lot size

lot

Rd. lot

lot

10363 Triplex lot off Cowpen
7,581 s.f. Rd. $ 86,000

10368 Charlotteville
7,860 s.f. $150,000

10369 off Soldier Rd Duplex
lot. $85,000

10379 off Blue Hill Rd south
100 x 220 $409,400

10300 West Wind size 7,561
s.f. $135,000

MULTI-FAMILY

10280 East Street South Four
plex $ 300,000

10319 Hanna Road, Brand
New Duplex $269,000

10321 rom Add Apartment
complex.$644,000 ;

10348 Malcolm Allotment
Triplex $276,000

10367 East Street Sour: 4-
Plex $345,000

size

'

_ 10376 Duplex off Cowpen Rd.
$245,00 . é a8

Adler Realty Limited.
Ph: 323-7901/2 or 326-4307
Fax: 328-2037

HOUSES

10329 Fire Trail Rd. Sb/2b $
247,000

10339 ‘Stevenson Subdivision
3b/4.5b $676,000

10353 Yamacraw 3b/2b
$295,000
10354 Seabreeze 3b/2b
$295,000

10355 Pinewood Gdns 3b/2b
$135,000

10360 High Vista 6b/6.5b
under const. $702,000

10265 West Grove 3b/2b $ a 5
Million

10366 Sebreeze 3b/2b with
effic. 1b/1b $185,000

10372 Palm, Breeze 3b/2b w/
effc.$307,000

10373 Joan’s Heights 2b/1b
w/ effc.$ 210,000

10378 Eastern Estates 3b/2b
$183,000

CONDOS
10338 Rawson Court 3b/3.5b
$374,500

10341 Rawson Court 3b/3b
$503,00

10349 Caves Point 3b/3.5b
$1.2Million

TOWN HOUSES
10268 St. Albans’ Drive

2b/2.5b$233,000

10279 Seabreeze Lane 2b/2.5
$ 249,000

10313 North West
3b/3.5 $ 381,000

10342 Cable Beach 2b/2.5b

ridge

‘$293,000

10346 West Winds 2b/2. 5b
$269,000 °

COMMERCIAL BUILDING

10277 East Street South Shop
& Apts $330,000

10278 East St.South Shop &
Apts $ 595,000

10320 Comm. Bidg. Mackey
St. $1.7 Million

10324 - West Bay Street hotel
$5.3 Million

10351 East Street Retail store
& apt.$595,000

10357 ‘Blue ‘Hill’ Rd. South
Ratail Shop complex $702,000

Adler Realty Limited.
Ph: 323-7901/2 or 326-4307
Fax: 328-2037

10306 Coral
family lots startin
10307 Coral

Breeze _ single
at $99,500
reeze multi-

‘family lots starting at $120,000

FAMILY ISLAND
10308 Abaco SingleFamily hse
$275,000
10312 Bahama '§_—_‘ Sound,
Exuma Multifamily lot $30,000
10328 Seaville, Eleuthera lots
priced $70- $180,000
10330 Arthur’sTn,, Cat Island
lots starting at $115,600
10365 Freeport -Grand
Bahama lot size 21,000 s.f. $
170,000
10370 Abaco Leisure Lee
vacant lot $46,000
103 Long
Deadmans Cay Split
house, $527,000
10331 San Salvador Vacant
land. $41,000

ACREAGE
10315 off West Bay St.3+
acres $1.3 Million
10350 Carmichael Road $1.5
Million
528 Kemps Bay 20 acres $3.1
Million
540 Roberts Cay, Exuma $12
Million
544 Eleuthera 49 Acres $2
Million
564 Exuma , beach front 3+
acres
701 South Ocean 10.9 acs.
$2.5Million
669 South West ridge 9 acres

island,
level

10350 Carmichael Rd. 1.796
acres $1.5 Million
10302 Carmichael Rd. 3.9

acres $1.4 Million

RENTALS
10322 Sandyport 2b/2b $2,000

p/m
10326 Tropical Gardens 3b/2b
$1,400 p/m

10327 Eastwood house 3b/2b

$2,500 p/m

10333 Stapleton Gardens
3b/2b $1,200

10340 Yorkshire 3b/3.5b
$3,000 p/m

p

10314 Delaport 2b/2b $2,500

10343 Cable Beach Condo

2b/2.5b $1500 p/m

10347 Yamacraw Townhouse

2b/1.5 $ 1200 p/m

10352 House for rent 3b/2b

$1,500 p/m

10356 Shop space Blue Hill

Rd South $800 p/m

10358 Blue Hill Rd. South

Retail shops $1,500 p/m

10359 Blue Hill Rd. South

retail shops $1,200 p/m _ :

10362 abreeze

one 5b $850.00
10364 Lumumba Town ‘house

2b/2.5b $2,000 p/m

10371 Cable Beach Hse 4b/2b

Duplex

‘$3. 500 p/m

10296 Commercial. - ‘Bldg.
Collins Ave. $2800 p/m - .
10298. Comm. ‘ Bid.

Collins
Ave. $4600 p/m ;



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Starting @ $160,000.00
Tel 326-4420/1.



. DUPLEX LOT 6,1378q.ft,
located aoe Stréet South.

$75,000.00
* Call 323-5754, 502-2962.

HOUSES FOR SALE
BY OWNER
2 storey 4-bedroom, 2.5 baths,
washroom, carport, quiet
neighbourhood. $350,000.
Serious inquiries only.
361-3898, 468-3248, 454-3082.

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Duplex provely with
fouridiation approved plans,

Off Marshall Road
asking $89,000.00
Tel:636-0545,395-81 70,
326-7988

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
_Village Road area.
“Concrete building,

warehouse/office mix.
#5936 www.erabahamas.com
Asking $725,000 bring offer.
Call Chris 376-1752

OFF QUEENS HIGHWAY,
SOUTH OF BAHAMA SOUND
No 14, EXUMA
Partially completed Duplex:

1 2-bed, 2-bath
1 2-bed , 2-bath
The duplex is situated on

10,000sq.ft. lot.
Starting pice $175,000 but the
offer is negotiable.

Tel 535- 7830/376-7830.

LOT FOR SALE
Sand port: Water Colour Cay
#28. Asking $280,000
Serious enquiries only
call 363-2084

FSBO. SOUTH OCEAN
ESTATES. Gated
community. 12507sq.ft.
Appraised Value 165K.
Asking price $150K
Tel 302-5004,



FOR SALE BY OWNER
Duplex 2-bed, _! -bath —

Central A/C, 1-unit
Hurricane shutters, burglar bars
and..doors, large. back yard,
storage . shed, _washer,

ready
$250, 000 NET
' Tel:361-2666, 376-91 66.



1 ACRE OVER LOOKING
Atlantic Ocean,
je Scub Hill Long Island.
> Asking $90,000

1 ACRE, WHYMMS’
on the Highway.
Asking $60,000.

Call Frank, 1-242-337-
0679/357-1207

- HOUSE
FOR SALE BY OWNER

TWYNAM HEIGHTS: 3 béd, 2
bath, burglar bars, large
enclosed yard with shed, near
the beach. Appraised @
$317,000. Serious inquiries
only. Call 455-8947. :

CONDOMINIUM/
TOWNHOUSE
West, close to beach,
2/3-bed/2.5-bath, 1,900sq.ft,
tennis-court, pool,
24-hr, security.
$299,000 pre-construction,
-$325,000 complete.
Phone:676-2107.

CONSTRUCTION
PACKAGES
2-bed, 1-bath House Package
Starting $135K

Duplex Packages
Starting $195K —

Triplex Package
Starting $285K

Telephone:325-7693/323-5626
FOR SALE
eFOXDALE: Lot 48x90. Price

$68,500

*WESTWIND: Apt Lot.
$137,500

eSPRINGFIELD
Duplex Lot, $79,500

Phone 326-8461, or 552-2843.

Price

ESTATE:

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on
Carmichael Road, 100x200,
$250,000 Net.

Call Larry, 544-3714.

LOT & FOUNDATION
for Triplex w 1-bedroom +
a/c. Approved plan for triplex
six 538x111 Ford Close,
off Carmichael Road opp
Beverly’s Kitchen, $125,000
Good deal!
wall: 454-9802, 326-4388.

FOR SALE BY OWNER
Newly built, beautiful apt triplex
unit 2 bed, 2 bath, enclosed.
yard, landscaped, a/c, electric
roller gate, prop erty size
101’x165’, 16 \eessa ft, include:
Approved drawings for another
triplex or two storey six_plex
building situated in South
Beach, Holiday Drive across
from beach appraised value
$525,000 asking $485,000.00.
PH:423-2680/677-5486.

DAY iene cONetnue ore

L-ESTATE
3-bed, 2-bath , St Vincent St
4-bed, 2.5 bath, Sunset Park,
Duplex Faith Gdns. ‘
Triplex 2 beltcourse iKool Acre:
Phone (324-0342, ; 556-8064,
364-1565.



FOR RENT
2-BEDROOM APT for rent,

Sandilands Village Road. Water
included. Phone 364-8304.



1-BEDROOM UNIT, quiet area,
all__utilities, A/C — included.

,$850/mth. Ph 394-6104.

1-BED 1-BATH, Eastern
Estates, unfurnished, water,
light, cable included. $200 per
week. Ph: 455-7543, 432-1658.

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT,
fully furnished, spacious, plus
water included. $750. per
month. Serious inquiries only.
Ph 364-7882, 7am-11pm.

2-BED, 1-BATH APARTMENT,
Coral Vista, Coral Harbour, Incl:

fridge, stove, stackable
washer/dryer, a/c, alarm
system, water, fenced-
in/secured gate. Serious
inquiries. 424-7329.

SPACIOUS, one bedroom

apartment, 1-bed, security bars,
water included. A/C. East
Shirley Street, $550 per month,
first & last pm: plus security.
Call 341-7918, 361-5708, 467-
4674. : :

ONE-BEDROOM
APARTMENT Bamboo Town,
fridge, stove, a/c and water
included. $650/mth, | first/last
plus $400 security deposit. Call
467-5148, or 392-2853.

SPACIOUS, -bed apt, fridge
stove central-air walk-in closet,
s/screen & more. Water incl.
$675/pm, Carmichael Rd Wst.
Must see to appreciate. Ph
3622-0043, 457-3862. No.

2-BEDROOM, 1.5-BATH
townhouse, furnished, includes
water, central-air, sec at nights,
sec gate, pool, washing facility,

cable ready and phone line
avail. 2 mins away from the sea

$1400/pm, Dunmore Ave,

W Bay St.
_ Ph 325-4494.pets/kids.

1-BEDROOM, furnished apt,
incl. Water, c/air, sec gate, sec
at nights, pool, cable ready &
tel lines, washing facility, 2
mins away from the sea.
$800/pm. Dunmore Ave, off W
Bay St. Phone 325-4494

1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY,
furnished. A/C. Includes water.
$550/pm. 2 mins away from the
sea. Dunmore Ave, off W Bay
St. Phone 325-4494.

2-BEDROOM APT,
off Carmichael Rd.
A/C, security screens,

’ other amenities.
$650/mth, first and last
month rent, security
deposit $250, Gov
water, $200 deposit.
Mature adult, 1 small
- child, no pets.

Telephone
‘456-3238, 362-2847,
. +861-8635. -



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FOR RENT |

1-BED/BATHROOM APT
Security bars, Strachan Subd.
$480/mth, first and last: 361-

1571,
1-BEDROOM 1-BATH, very
large apt, $600/pm. Water

included. On Arawak Ave, off
Chesapeake Road. Tel 393-
9044.

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT
$875/mth. Water, fridge, stove,
microwave, dishwasher, stack
washer/dryer, central-air, direct
TV. Out East. 544-3824.

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT for
rent $660.00 monthly, or
‘$165.00 weekly. Phone, cable
light & water included. Eastern
area, off Joe Farrington Road.
“1st, last + sec $380./00 364-
2592, 544-5479.

APARTMENT
Lane, $600/pm,
month, security
deposit $500. Included: fridge,
stove, water, a/c in bedrom
/security bars. Telephone 324-
1537, or 323-1474.

1-BEDROOM APT for rent
$500 a month, water included.
A/C unit, burglar bars and
ceiling fan, security deposit plus
1st and last month rent. Nassau
Village, 393-8931, or 427-3426.

1-BEDROOM APT, fully
furnished, a/c, water and light.
No_ kids/pets. Soldier Road;
$550/pm. Tel 357-8106.

1-BEDROOM APT, light, waier,

1-BEDROOM
Sea Breeze
first & last

cable, $550 month, security
$450. 394-3150, 556-9181,
465-2790.

1-BEDROOM APT. Fridge,
stove, A/C, security bar, cable,

water. First, last $575/pm,
$575 security dep. Telephone
341-0992, 544-1695, 502-3900.

1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY ~
- Light, water, cable.
Everything included.
Tel: 364-8508, 456-4401

1-BEDROOM EFFICIENCY, o
Carmichael Road

no kids. Nice and quiet area
light, blinds; cable and water
Inc: You can contact Ms
Ferguson at 361-1754, anytime
from 9am-2pm.

1-BEDROOM APT, fully:
. furnished, a/c & water. No
kids/pets. Soldier Road,

$490/pm. Tel 357-8106.

1-BEDROOM, fully furnished
Apt, Leeward East. $800/pm
includes water, s/b.
Tel 324-4535, 357-4651.

1-BEDROOM, unfurnished apt,
Sramedon Gardens. Call 323-

1-NEWLY BUILT one Bed
efficiency, Maria Dr, Cow pen
Rd Unfurnished, water
included, Alarm, B/Bars, A/C
: $600.00 per month
$300.00 security deposit
Call 558-3890, 544-9622 or
341-6796

fenced-ing
yard, $600 a month, first, lastg
and sec deposit $300, no petsg

2-BEDROOM,
unfurnished Apt on Johnson
Road enclosed yard, sec bars

2 1-BEDROOM APARTMENT 1-BATH,
Pinewood Garden, $650
monthly. Utilities included:

Tel 392-3247 «

2 1-BEDROOM wilight, water,
cable West Bay St, $650/pm,
1st, last, +$300 s/dep. Must be
tidy, quiet, God fearing person.
Single female preferred. Phone
565-9455 leave msg. .

2 BEDROOM - Light & cable

cable & phone, hurricane
shutters, water and gas, c/fans
a/c, stove & fridge, $650/pm,
1st, last +$400 /dep. No pets.
Phone 324-8241.

2-BEDROOM, 2-BATH.
Gated apartment. $1250/mth

Restaurant, $950/mth.
Island Plaza, Shirley Street.

Tel 327-0667/424-3330

$750
1 BEDROOM - Light & cable | 2-BEDROOM, 2.5-BATH
$60 Townhouse, water and gas
Tel:393-8264. included with pool, all enclosed.
Cd $1400) =per 5 month, — semi-
2 BEDROOM APT South furnished, Stapledon Gardens
Beach Estates, $675 per
month, $450 sec dep. A/C, 3-BEDROOM, 3.5-BATH,
water, burglar bars included. townhouse, water and gas
Tel 361-4558, 552-5332. included with pool, all enclosed,
2-BED, 1-BATH APT, Eastern | $2,200 per month, semi
area, central a/c, cable, water, | furnished, fully furnished
security bars,- enclosed yard, Be eod pet month. Stapledon

alarm. Tel:425-6685 Telephone 357-9688.
2B/1B APT East. Includes
water, w/d & c/a. $850/pm,

security $600.
Call 364-1697 after 6pm.

2BED/2BATH VILLA - PI
private pool,enclosed garage,
generator, central and window
a/c,alarm,hurricane shutters;
bars,water holding tank. $3,000
per month. Call 457-4185 to
view. Serious inquiries only.

3 BEDROOM APARTMENT
w/3 one bedroom apartments
attached. Garden Hills.
$180,000 net.

Tel 394-3200/676-3221.

3-BED, 2-BATH |
Townhouse located
Tusculum, West Bay St.,
$1750/mth, semi-furnished, or
$1700 unfurnished.
Tel 324-7528, 544-7664

3-BED/2-BATH CONDO for
rent. Located Tusculum, West
Bay Sts. $165.00/pm. Contact

324-7528/544-7664.

3-BEDROOM HOUSE. Water
included, enclosed yard,
security bars and air-condition
1-BEDROOM APT. Water
included. St Vincent Rd.

1 BEDROOM, Sunset Park,
allutilities included

Phone 361-7827.

4-BEDROOM,

townhouse for
furnished asking $5200 per
month, Paradise Island.
swimming pool, private gate,

etc. "
Tel:363-2084

APARTMENT FOR RENT
Off.Cowpen Road (West) 2-
- bed, 1-bath, water, stove,
washer, a/c, bars,.ceiling, fans,
| alarm $750 per month, 1st &
last, sec $300. Tel 361-2389.

2-BED, 1-BATH, furnished apt.
All appliances. Central-air.
Water.
Tel:359-1466 / 364-1798.

2-BEDROOM 1-BATH
APARTMENT
Light, water & basic cable.
Enclosed yard, ceiling fans,
burglar bars and well lit @ $750
per month. 328-0845/
426-9136/558-6249.

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT
Ceiling fan & A/C in room,
cable & water incldued.
No pets. 467-7792/454-0883.

2-BEDROOM APARTMENT in
excellent condition includes
water, a/c & security screens.
for $650 plus, $500 security
deposit. Tel Hm 676-3036 cell
557-1503, 448-6579.

2-BEDROOM APT
MILLER’S HEIGHTS,
A/c, burglar bars, water
included. Phone, cable, washer
& dryer hook-ups. available.
$700.00 per month. 361-1374.

-BED, 1-BATH APT, Bellot
oad, utility rm, water included.
/pars. $650/pm, $500 s/d.
hone 341-4587.

2-BEDROOM APT, Blue Hill
South 1st, last month, $650 and
sec $500. Tel 361-0993.

2-BEDROOM unfurnished Apt
Stapledon Gardens. Water,
cable, wooden blinds, alarm
security bars, telephone .and
Internet ready. Washroom
facility, $750/mth plus $300
securi deposit. 361-4377,
465-2799, 544-9752.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
Butler Road, off Carmichael
Road. Incl: water, a/c,
burglar bars. Tel 376-5451.

2-BEDROOM, 1-BATH,
Kool Acres, ductless a/c units
w/ceiling fans, tongue & groove
ceilings plus more.”
Semi-furnished. $700/pm.
426-6276/3323-1872.
summerbreezeapts @ hotmail.
com

3.5-BATH
rent semi-

APARTMENT - 2-bed, 1-bath,
included water, washer, alarm
system/ductless in both rooms,

900/mth, $500 sec. Marigold
Farm Road. Phone:436-3554.

CORAL HARBOUR,
one bedroom apt, partly
furnished, water, cable,

a/c included. $600 monthly.
Tel 362-1195, 395-6954.

APARTMENT FOR RENT

FOX HILL

1-BEDROOM (light/water)
$500/mth

2-BEDROOM(water),
$600

First/ & last. 4
Telephone 364-8369.

A FULLY FURNISHED one
bedroom efficiency for rent,
light, water, cable, phone, A/C,
and ceiling fan. Secure gated
yard. Located, Carmichael
Road. $175/ week.

Contact 361-0533, 468-0479.

Burglar bars, central air,

water, stove, 2 bedroom,
Boatswain Hill, Coral
Harbouf.
Ph 3767645

APT FOR RENT 2 bedroom, 1
bath, Blue Hill Rd South.
$750/mth.
Tel:525-4879 or 502-0471



APT FOR RENT, 2-bed, 1-bath
Boatswain Hill (near Coral
Harbour) No pets! Available
March 1st. 544-3095.

BARBER & NAIL BOOTH
FOR RENT - $100 a week.
Telephone 359-0207.

BEAUTIFUL 2-bedroom, one
and a half bath, located Seagull
Gardens, off Yamacraw Road.
Townhouses are on the water.
Master bedroom over looks the
sea, with beautiful views of the

ocean, manicured landscape ~

and gated yard.
Includes water, central a/c, and
alarm system.
_ Semi-furnished/fully furnished
Contact Mr Gilbert , 364-7824.

BEAUTIFUL HILL TOP views
off Soldier Rd, Fairly new one
bedroom apt, a/c, security bars
hurricane shutters, - stove,
fridge, washer hook ups and
water inclduded. $625 a month
and security deposit, first, last
and $400 _ security deposit
required. Call 432-7338. Please
eave a message.

BRAND NEW ROOMS
FOR RENT

Blue Hill Rd and Yellow Elder.

All utilities included, phone, a/c,
Internet, etc. $125 weekly.

Call:362-2384, 6pm-9:30pm.

Jab letter and copy of passport
‘or driver’s licence

BRAND NEW 1 BEDROOM
APT. Gated community, 5
minutes rom P.|I, very nice,

$750 p.m. Tel:454-1230

CABLE BEACH
Upper 1 bed, 1 bath, pool. 433-
7438.

CABLE BEACH: 2 bed/1 bath,
tastefully furnished and well
maintained apartment, pool &
beach, puny a/c, in gated
complex, $1,650/ pm. ater
included. Phone 328-0714 or
424-0314.

Sorry no children/pets.

‘CABLE

BEAUTIFUL, 4
FULLY FURNISHED
Studio apt, cable, water,
-~phone included.

King size bed only.
$175.00/pw & $495.00
to move in.
Call:422-4489.



BRAND NEW townhouse, Kool
Acres. 2-bed, 2.5 bath, tiled
thru-out, granite counter top
w/upgraded kitchen cabinets,
ductless a/c units and much
more. 426-6276(M), 323-
1872
summerbreezeapts @ hotmail.
com :

or

BEACH MANOR:
Charming oceanfront 1-
bedroom apt, .up, large
balcony, great view, fully a/c.
$1,500. Large oceanfront 2-
bed, 2-bath, up, balcony,
$1,800. Both available NOW!
On excellent beach, pool.
Congenial, attractive setting.
Good security, night watchman.
Cable TV, guest lounge. I-net
wired. Water, gas free. Near
shops. Call 327-7785 Now!

CABLE BEACH Townhouse
3-bed/2.5-bath, $2,000 .
3-bed/3.5-bath, $2,500 ;
Pool/gated, fully furnished,
close to beach, shopping, 225-
7533/557-8980

CABLE BEACH:
2-bedroom, 1-bath, furnished,
$1,100 per month.

No children/pets.
Phone 376-4881.
Available March 1st:

CABLE BEACH: Spacious .2-
bedroom apartment, balcony,
fully furnished, equipped.
$1,200. Spacious 1-bedroom,
patio, $950. Beach, pool rights.
Near stores, bus stop. :
Saraband Court.
Call 327-7785 now!

CARMICHAEL ROAD STUDIO
APT, furnished, light, water
+ cable, $170/week, $400
security deposit.
Tel:393-0463, 544-2142 325-
5076

COMPASS POINT: Million
dollar views from this charming,
fully furnished one. bd
apartment with pool, gardens.
Annual lease $1600/m Month-
to-month rental negotiable.
394-1711, cell 565-7283.

DUPLEX APARTMENT
Yamacaw Close, 2 bed, 1 bath,
$700 first and last month &
$700/monthly, $400 sec. Incl:
Water, air conditioning both
rooms, ceilings fans,
refrigerator..Ph: 364-5725 or
4 3

EAST One (1) : & Two (2)
unfurnished Apartments. Water
included.

Tel 341-7218

EASTone(1) & (2) two
unfurnished apartments.Water
included. Tel: 341-7218

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EFFICIENCY APARTMENT,
Eastern Road, fully furnished,
gated/secured premises,

“ water/ light, cable (HBO),
Internet, gas, laundry, a/c,
private entrance.
Lease & deposit $850/mth.
Serious inquiries only.
Tel:324-4909, 557-8531.

EFF. APT, OFF CARMICHAEL
RD (Sunset Pk area) Light,
cable, water, fridge, stove incl.
$600/pm, $1500 to move in. Tel
341-2080 after 6pm.

EAST PARK ESTATES: Three
bedroom, 2.5 bathroom, fridge,
stove, washer & dryer, water,
light, cable, alarm. $2,000/pm &
Internet. Phone 364-6921.

EFFICIENCY, off Carmichael.
All utilities included, fridge,
stove, b/bars, dinette, a/c,
$750/pm, $750 to move in. Tel
565-9835, or 422-3962.

ENHANCE YOUR BUSINES
IMAGE. Virtual Offices.
Fully staffed and _ functional,
great location.

Tel: 225-3533 for details

EXECUTIVE HOMES
FOR RENT
East, West or Paradise Island
$1,000, $1,500, $2,000, $3,000
Gated community, beach, pool
From a cottage to a mansion.
Just call 393-0868, 454-1230,
393-2559

FAIRLY NEW 2-bed, 1-bath
apt, Cowpen Road, quiet area
includes b/bars, . ceiling fan,
cable & telephone ready a/c.
$725/pm plus last month’s rent
and $300/sec dep. Water
included. To view call 324-
0691, 432-3647 or. evening
323-7442.

466-2228

A must to see.

FAITH GARDENS:
2-bed, 1 bath/ stove/
microwave/blinds & water
washer/dryer included,
enclosed yard, $775/mth,
first/last, $450 sec.
Phone 425-2979, 361-2256
evenings.

FREEMAN ESTATE, off
Nassau Village: 1-bed apt.
Unfurnished, a/c/water.
$550/mthly, first/ last & security.
Phone:359-01 14/394-1557.

FULLY FURNISHED
efficiency for rent. 1st & last
week; security deposit.
Tel 864-3624, 429-7466.

FURNISHED (1) bedroom apt
off Charles Saunders’ Hwy.
Water included, $650 per
month. Tel: 395-9294

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY
FOR.SINGLE PERSON
Utilities included. $400 monthly,
first and last. Tee! 4/468-
7423.

FURNISHED ROOMS,
efficiencies, studio from $300
weekly. Utilities included,
near downtown.

Telephone
325-3554, 322-5474, 327-0621.



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on : Ave, 2-bed, 1-bath apt, c/a,
oe e- b/bars, roel eb water
; included, 700/mth, _ first/last
(JACK ISAACS month rent & sec dep required.
No Sf Tel 361-5466.
Ley or fee tr 1978 ee
STE BATERREEAR PROT ICE CREAM PARLOUR OR
RENTALS SMALL BUSINESS
RETH 20009, EASTERN | ail equipment included.
$850 . y : Great opportunity.
Off CW Saunders Highway.
REF# 49209 PRINCE $800 per month, first, last

CHARLES DRIVE: 2 beds, 2] +400 security. 558-7299.

baths, Semi-furnished $1,350

REF # 48409 WEST GROVE:
2 beds, 2 baths, Unfurnished |

MOUNT ROYAL PLAZA
Store/Office Space For Rent
Office (upstairs) $1200

1,500 - Required: 1st and last month’s
$ rent plus $500 security deposit

REF# 47709 CABLE BEACH:

2. beds, 2.5 baths, Semi- Are aen Tea RENT: Fully
furnished 1,7 urnished, electricity, water,
eee $1,700 washer & dryer included. $1000
REF# 59909 SANDY PORT: | Required: 1st and last month’s
ibed, bath, fully furnished | rent plus $500 security deposit.

Monthly $2,000 el 326-6454, 8am-7pm.
REF# 49309 LOVE BEACH:
2 beds, 2 baths, Furnished
$2,800

REF# 41409 ORANGE HILL
WEST: 2 beds, 2.5 baths,
Furnished $3,000

REF# 42609 SANDY PORT:
2 beds, 2.5 baths, Furnished
Monthly $3,500

HIGHLAND VILLAS — 1bed,
1bath, Furnished REF#48709
Monthly $1,800

CORALHARBOUR -— _ 4bed,
3.5bath, Furnished REF#43809
Monthly $3,000

JACK ISAACS
REAL ESTATE

CALL: 322-1069
info@bahamasproperty.com
www.bahamasproperty.com 1

NEWLY BUILT EFFICIENCY
for rent. Flamingo Gardens,
$580.00 monthly, first/last plus
security deposit. Electricity,
water, basic cable, small gas
tank, wooden blinds, ceiling
fan, wirless, security bars. Ideal
for single occupancy. 341-
5410, 465-5260, or 677-6052
(Ms Smith)

LOVE EACH COTTAGE
3-bed, 2-bath,
fully furnished, Gated
Private driveway,

beach access road.
$1,900.
-_ Tel:457-4911

1-BEDROOM
Incl: fridge, stove, water, light,
burglar bars, fenced-in yard.
$650/mth.
Golden Gates #1.

GREAT RENTAL DEAL! Contact Ms Aranha, 392-8822

2 newly built 1-bedroom apt for
rent, semi-furnished, — fridge, | 1 )
stove, a/c, c/fan, sec/bar, bars, unfurnished. Golden Isles
Saunders Road, off Farrington | Road. $450 / $600 per month,
Road near JFK, COB students | first, last, sec required. 362-
negotiable. 357-8713. 2540.

HAIR AND NAIL BOOTHS
FOR RENT Soldier Rd, water included. Tel:
TEL: 326-3835 ask for Barbie

323-4360, $170 per week.

HOT DOG CART FOR RENT | 1
$100 WEEKLY. everything including,
First + security $100.00 monthly. 242-392-5043
Tel: 364-2592, 544-5479.

$550.00

1 BEDROOM APT for rent.
Security bars, fridge, stove,
light, water included. Phone
328-0872.

JOAN'S HEIGHTS EAST,
semi-furnished 1-bedroom apt.
All appliance blinds, water,
living room set(optional).

. $650/pm. 392-5364.
- Rd. Light, water, cable incl.
$155-weekly, $650/monthly.

JOAN’S HEIGHTS: Spacious,
324-7588/364-7709.

2-bed, 1-bath. Incl: water, bars,
cable ready. $700 ‘monthly,
first, last plus $600.

Tel 362-0598, 457-2222. Road, $600/pm, $400 sec.

Water, A/C, and sec bars
LARGE, MOUNT VERNON incldued. 376-6056/535-4387.
TOWNHOUSE, 2bed/2bath.
Washer/dryer. Furnished.
Water. $1200/mth.

A/C. $425 per month.
324-5640 eve, 456-3083/days.

Tel 324-5794.



- 2 BEDROOM APT, a/c,

1 BED APT. Redland Acres.

BEDROOM APARTMENT,

1-BED APT, off Joe Farrington
1-BED, 1-BATH, off Gladstone

1-BEDROOM APARTMENT

; LYFORD HILLS
- A.well appointed. gated
subdivision, West Bay St,
opposite Old Fort Bay. near
Lyford Cay. Beautifully ~
landscaped entrance, rolling
hills, club house with tennis,
squash, swimming pool.
Starting price, $112,000. Call
Owner, 393-1735, 457-0581.

NEWLY BUILT HILL TOP
ocean view condos
off West Bay Street For Sale
lease and rent 2 bed, 21/2 bath
wooden kitchen with granite all
through, wood floors and
porcelain tiles, gated with pool

proposed
Ph 393-2864/424-2987





~ 4 DUPLEX, furnished.
Reasonable rent,
Maney: weekly, or weekends.
Blvd Forest, Exuma
Phone 341-7581/433-9144

1 BEDROOM APARTMENT
Carmichael Road,
semi-furnished, light, water,
c/fan. $600/pm, $850 move in.
Phone 341-5532

MADEIRA STREET. 950 sq. ft.
Water, slat walls, show cases,
display case, credenza, first,
last, security.

Tel:341-4122 or 552-2553



NASSAU EAST:
4 bedroom, 2.5-bath,
security bars,
large enclosed yard, stove, a/c,
quiect area. :
Call:-325-5228 after 5:30pm.

NASSAU EAST: Attractive one

bedroom furnished apt,
$595/mth, a/c, sec _ bars,
laundry facilities available.
Water

included. No
children/pets. Phone 327-5472.

NEAR PARADISE ISLAND.
1-bedroom, 1-bath, furnished,
$700 per month, Water
included. No children/no pets.
Phone 376-4881.

LUXURIOUS 2 bed, 1 bath
apartment. Fridge, stove,
washer/dryer, air-condition.
Tropical Gardens.

Tel 327-8959, 458-7930,
577-0770

NEW 1-BED 1-BATH APT.
Spacious with ceiling fans &
central air. Telephone & cable
availbale, water included, $575
per month.Carmichael Rd West
Tel: 557-9729

NEW HOUSE/RENT/SALE
2-bedroom/1-bath,
off Harrold, corner next to
Family Guardian
semi-furnished, s/bars//tiled.
A/C, enclosed yard 1 month’s
rent:$950, security:$600.
Phone:565-3285.

NEWLY BUILT 1-BEDROOM

APT, semi-furnished, Bellot

Road, off Gladstone Road.

ge Tel 322-5113, 433-
58.

NEWLY BUILT 2 bed, 2 bath
apt Sea Breeze Ln. C/air,
blinds, $850 pm, first, last &
security. Phone 324-1983, or
525-1289.













OFFICE/SHOP SPACE
FOR RENT
Located: 7th St, SOft from
Robinson Road, upper level &

lower level available.
Phone 325-1169

NEWLY BUILT semi-furnished
open-floor efficiency, It/wt
included. $850/pm,

Tel 341-6548/466-0200.

NEWLY BUILT: 2-bed, 1-bath,
semi-furnished, water, cable
fridge, stove, a/c, security
system, $775/mth, first/last,
plus $350 sec dep.
Tel:341-6289/456-6091.

NEWLY RENOVATED
EFFICIENCY unfurnished,
$150 per week. All utilities
included,ist and last week,
$350 security to move _ in.
Fraser Allotment. Ph: 394-3555
or 429-4199

NICE, CLEAN 1 BED APT for
rent. Gated community, 5
minutes from P.1.

(very nice)$695. Ph: 454-1230

OFF ST ALBAN’S, newly built
spacious, 2 bed, 2 bath, $1,200

central air, semi-furnished,
lndde, stove, washer, dryer,
enclosed yard, whirlpool bath.

Contact:427-0998, 328-4591.

OFF ST. VINCENT ROAD,
furnished, one bedroom,
security bars, spacious &

enclosed, $700p/m.
Washing facilities, gas & water.
Tel: 323-4626/468-8600°

OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT
Tih# 525-4480

ONE BED/BATH APT inci:
Water, cable, Internet, sec
bars, blind, a/c. no
children/pets. Call 328-0826.

ONE (1) BEDRROM APT,

_ Garden Hills #1, light, water,
cable included. $650/pm, 1st &
last month rent plus security
deposit, $350. Call 424-9813.

ONE BED, ONE BATH
APARTMENT FOR RENT.
Water, light, cable included,

$500 per month. First/last and
$400 security deposit.
Tel: 328-7537

ONE BEDROOM $500 per
wonth, first and loast $200 sec.
Incidue fridge, sove, tile, water
heater. Newly built. Off Bar 20
Corner. 454-1949

ONE BEDROOM APT
unfurnished rent.
$700/mth. Phone 357-4661.

ONE BEDROOM APT for rent .
All utilities included, $650/mth.
Soldier Road. Tel 393-5339.

ONE BEDROOM APT.
TWO BEDROOM.APT.
Call Mr. Rolle. 324-4309

ONE BEDROOM efficiency
apartment. Light and water
included, $550 per month. In
the area of Elizabeth Estates,
one or two persons the most.
To move in price is negotiable.
Telephone 324-5167,or 424-
2439 call between 2-6pm.





OWN YOUR OWN
BEAUTY SALON
Everything, $850/pm.

3 Telephone
361-5926/449-8024, 445-5288.

ONE BEDROOM APT, fully
furnished, light, water, cable,
quiet area, Sea Breeze, $300

sec dep, $750/month, first. &
last. Tel 324--7985. a

ONE BEDROOM APT,
Saquoia St. Water, a/c,
secuirty bars, ceiling fan.

$450/mth. 326-8993/341-8171,- 7587

Mrs Davis

ONE BEDROOM furnished apt,
all utilities included, $685 p/m,
$400 s/deposit

Tel: 456-4049/425-9688

ONE BEDROOM, Carmichael
Road, fridge, stove, blinds, A/C,
$625/mth, first, last+ $500 sec.
364-7183, 428-1944.

ONE BEDROOM, specious apt
for rent. Semi-furnished, water,
burglar bars, a/c. Off Springfield
Road, $600/pm Tel 436-3548,
or 364-9184. e

ONE-BEDROOM APT
FOR RENT
Air-condition, water, burlar bar.
$475 and $550 per month .
Ph 341-8171/326-8993.

ONE BEDROOM APT Water
incldued. 1st, last and security
deposit required. $450/pm Off
Soldier Road. No kids or pets.
677-5184. .

ONE-BEDROOM, semi-
furnished Efficiency light, water,
cable, Internet, $650 monthly,
first, last plus $200 security.
395-8170/361-7298.

SEA BEACH EST: Two beds,
2 bath, furnished, $1,600
monthly, near beach. 327-2728

PARADISE ISLAND:
2 bed, 3 bath Villa, private pool,
fully furnished. A bargain at $
2,500.00 per month
Ph. 327-7772

PARTIALLY FURNISHED one
bedroom, one bath apartment
With security bars, central-air,

security systems.
Washer/dryer, fridge stove.
water included. Yamacraw

Shores. 324-1532 after 7pm

ROOM FOR RENT
Market and Hay Streets. -
Gas, light and water.
$120 per week. No children.
Call 468-3154, Mr Rolle

ROOMS , furnished, light, -
water, cable, telephone.
$130 weekly, $30 sec deposit,
$430 to move in.

392-6706/456-3834. -

SCAFFOLD RENTAL
Standing and cable for high rise
bids, pressure cleaning rentals.
Tel: 395-9294 .

SEA BREEZE LANE: 1-
bedroom apt with large kitchen
& closed to amenities laundries,
transport. $650/mth. Includes
water. Tel:465-7712, 434-7705.



322-1986 |






SEMI-FURNISHED ROOM
For rent, Out East.
Tel 364-7522.

SEMI-FURNISHED STUDIO
efficiency, $150/wk.All utilities
inclduded, $500 to move in.
341-7676/356-8205.

SHOP AND OFFICE SPACE
FOR RENT
FARRINGTON ROAD
TEL:323-0029, 431-2810
SHOP SPACE on Carmichael

-Road, $1,000 a month, water

included. 225-4130, or 426-

SHOP/OFFICE SPACE
; For Rent
Faith Ave South, high traffic
area. A/C, water, hurricane
window/doors/bars. $950/mthly
Phone:429-6831.

SPACE 1: Double office
approximately 550sq.ft
unlimited use of boardroom and
kitchen, reception area, price
includes electrical use
surcharge. applied quarterly /
monthly.

$2,400 will negotiate to $1,900.

SPACE 2: _ Single __ office
approximately — - 275sq.ft
unlimited use of boardroom and
kitchen, reception area also,
price includes electrical,
surcharge applied quarterly /
monthly.

$1,800 neon to $1,550
Move in Special, no security
deposit or last month, only first
month and move in.

535-8066.
E-mail: jwmitchell @ ymail.com
SPACIOUS 1-bedroom = apt

West Street south of Meadow
Street. Water & cable included.
$550/mth, security dep $250.
425-7445, 425-3461.

SPACIOUS 2 bed, 1 bath,
unfurnished, Blue Hill Road
South. Washer/dryer, central
air, security bars, electric gate
entrance. water included.
$800/month.

361-5305, 457-3423.

-SPACIOUS 2 bedroom, 1 bath,
fridge, stove, a/c, water, blinds

included, off Soldier Road,
quiet cul-de-sac. $700/pm, s/d.
Tel 556-4435. A

SPACIOUS. 2-bed, 2.5-bath,
semi-furnished condo, located,
Leeward East. incl cook-top
stove on Island, built-in oven,
fridge, central air, blinds, ceiling
fans +. water. $1500/pm, sec
dep. $500. Call 427-0028, or
364-8664 after 6pm.

SPACIOUS 2-EDROOM APT
Smith Cove, Joe Farrington
Rd, fridge, stove, sec
blinds & enclosed yara.
'$750/ month, security $450.
Tel:361-0384

SPACIOUS one-bedroom apt,
Exuma St. $525/pm, first & last
month plus security dep $300.
Water included. 325-4579,
10am to 5pm. 361-5731 after
Spm. ane

SPACIOUS, 1-bed, 1-bath
efficiency apartment,
Yamacraw for rent light, water
and cable included. $690/

month, first, last plus $350 sec
dep. 324-4753, 454-4224.



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SPACIOUS, fairly new, 1
bedroom, Marshall Rd. Incl:
Fridge, stove, A/C, blinds, sec
screens, sec system with
monitoring, water. $600/pm
$300 sec deposit. Contact Mr
Coleby, 341-0788.

STAPLEDON GARDENS
Spacious one bedroom,
unfurnished apartment. Water
included, enclosed property &
security screens. Please call
557-1109, or 323-4312.

. SUMMER HAVEN
Two-bedroom apartment,
Christian couple or quiet
couple. Please call for more
information. 341-5174/324-
7985/434-2177.

TOWNHOUSE APT, located in
quiet area, Bartlett's Road, off
Johnson Road 2-bed, 1.5-units
avail. Including fridge, stove,
ceiling fans, $1,200/pm first,
last & sec dep $500 req.
Ph:324-1774/557-3990.

TOWNHOUSE FOR RENT
3 bed, 3.5 bath,

a/c, refrigerator, stove, water
included. Jacuzzi tub.
$1500/pm Yamacraw Shores.
376-53031324-4977.

TROPICAL GARDENS,
West Bay St: 2-bed, 1-bath apt
in secure environment.
$900 unfurn or $950 with
appliance. Gleniston Gardens
2-bed, 1-bath furnished apt with
ey water included. $900.
Phone:424-0220 for viewing.

TWO 2-BEDROOM APTS for

rent. Equipped with alarm
systems, surveillances cameras
‘\ security screens. South

Sach, $750 per month.
Tall 357-9614, 393-4697.

TWO BEDROOM APT
Faith Ave north, central-air.
$700/mth. Water included.

Tel 341-5909

TWO BEDROOM APT Bowe
Cove, Bernard Road. Alarm,
A/C, stove, fridge, water, $700
per month, first, last and $400
security. 466-2681, 427-9661.

TWO BEDROOM APT for rent,
furnished and unfurnished, off
Buttonwood Ave, Pinewood
Gardens. Phone 324-2170,

558-8278. i

TWO BEDROOM APT or rent.
bars, a/c
r month. 325-

TWO BEDROOM APT.
Water and air cond.
Biue Hill south, Gable Heights,
$675/mth, $400 sec. No pets
392-8822/422-3178

two BEDROOM,
furnished apartment. Security
bars, alarm system, electric
gate, central-air and_ cable
ready. Water included. Contact
326-0010.

semi-

UNFURNISHED 2-bed, 1-bath
apt, Firetrail mee cians, a/c,
b/b, . fridge, tove & water
included, $730/pm, ist & last
seen sec deposit. Call 341-

FURNISHED EFFICIENCY
All utilities, fan and cable
included. $160/pw. Phone 341-
6156/436-6527, 357-4753.

SUEUR A ERY USM eee CUAL

VERY ATTRACTIVE
one bedroom Apt.
Central-air, semi-furnished.
$800/pm.

Tel 356-831 4/362-2879.

WANTS TO SHARE
Executive Home, professional
females only need apply. Fully
furnishea, light, water, cable,
phone, alc, washer dryer and
alarm system. $650 per month.
Phone 225-1041.

WEST BAY STREET:

3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms,
c-air, fridge, store, w/d.
Must see to appreciae.

$1400 per month.
Call 326-3228, 535-0439.

WESTWINDS: 2 bed, 1 bath,
semi-furnishéd apartment -in
gated community. Amenities
area: Swimming pool, tennis
court. $1200 monthly includes
water and alarms. Call 327-
0034, 376-7378.



WANTS TO SHARE
A 3-bedroom house with a

single annals only, $480 to
move i

392-01 ‘38, or 426-7202.

COUPLE/SINGLE PERSON to
share house, $650/pm, own
bathroom, nice/quiet
“ neighbourhood. Greenwood
Road, off Village.
324-2525/323-7421.

HOUSE TO SHARE
$95/wkly, $375-$425/mthly.
3-bed/1-bath)
1or2 peeene.

* Phone, A/C, c
Phone: 324-9833, Bebe49

LOOKING FOR ROOMATE
to share in private home.
Everything included.
First and last, $400 per month.
Ph:392-5950 before 9am and
after 7pm.

SINGLE FEMALE to share 2,

bedroom Rpt fully furnished
apartmen' $400 per month.
3a18148, "502-1591.

WANTS TO SHARE
2-bedroom, 1-bath, very
spacious apartment.. Light,
water, cable included. $400/pm,
frst and last. ‘Apt located. on

uana Way, Off Carmichael
load. Call: 404- 5448 anytime.



MAID WANTED
PHONE 393-2888.

ADVERTISING
SALESPERSON for visitor
publication. 15% Commission
based pay, no set hours.
Fax to 322-3428.

WANTED
Attractive, mature, reliable lady
to work as Cashier: in liquor

store. Must be pleasant and

have a good attitude. Interested
persons contact 429-4135.

AARE YOU A HAIR STYLIST

and would like to own your own
salon. This is ‘an opportunity to
do so. You give us 3 years and
will give you all of the education
necessary. We want you to be
the best that you can be. This
offer is limited to.2 stylist. You
should have a minimum of
three years experience as a
stylist : with knowledge _ of
healthy hair care,weaving
(we DO NOT do 28 or 27
pieces or lace front) ;
Hot curling, roller set, pin-ups,
sound round brushes: Some
clientele a plus.

COLORS HAIR STUDIO

A place for healthy hair
we love to be creative & edgy.
Please send resume to:
info @ colorshairstudio.com
Tel: 326-0177
www.colorhairstudio.com
For additional info.

AVON

Buy, Sell or Sign-up.
Telephone:
361-5556
kempcorp @hotmail.com

AVON
Need extra cash? Become a
direct rep today. Call 341-8173
or 341-3819

BARBAR NEEDED FOR
PINDWOOD BARBER SHOP.
CALL 427-1940

BARBER NEEDED
URGENTLY
Call 431-4930/ 364-2377
Must have own tools.
Great benefits, Great
environment. Ask for DON.

CHINESE CHEF NEEDED ito
pone and cook Chinese

Minimum 5 years
experience without supervision.
Contact PO Box N1411,
Nassau.

GRADER OPERATOR
All Applicants should have:
A minimum of three years
experience. Operating the
grader to achieve the level of
tolerances as_ required to
international standards. The
position is immediate on current
project.
ae fax resumes to 377-
9

Human Resources Manager

NEEDED SALES’ PERSON to
work in dive shop should be a
swimmer and willing to
to scuba dive, must be
honest, reliable, good attitude,
must ‘be well spoken. and
confident. Bring two references,
police record, passport
ures, no phone calls.
ihama Divers Nassau Yacht
Haven, East Bay Street. Bwt
9:30-11:00am.

LOOKING FOR LIVE-IN
Housekeeper. In addition to
house work must be able to
took after d and cats and
wilting to work outside normal
working hours including
weekends. Send resumes to
Housekeeper Post, PO Box
AP-59223, Slot #397.

DELYCAFE seeks middie
Manager , 2 years min
experiene. Send email resume
to mknowles44 @ gmail.com.
Computer skills needed.

COMMUNICATIONS
SPECIALIST/

. TECHNOLOGIST
Local provider of
comprehensive solutions that
delivers the next generation of
Custom Mobile Applications,
Customer loyalty programs,
Subscriber Management
Systems and live, multi-channel
television over the _ Internet
(IPTV) custom solutions looking
for a Communications
Specialist/Technologist to
manage _ its operations and
row the business in the
aribbean and local market.
Duties: Grow business and/or
oversees communications for
the company. Responsible for.
overall technical
communication strategy
Salary Range: TBA
Prerequisites:
Education or Training—
Bachelor's degree; fields
include Computers, MIS, or
Telecommunications or
equivalent work experience
Experience—At least’ three
years experience in a

technical sales support and or,

product life cycle roles in a
telecommunications
communications
provider
Special Skills and Personality
Traits—Excellent

or
network

communication, technical,
time management,
presentation and

documentation skills; strong
verbal communications,
technology savvy; persuasive
skills; good attention to detail
and ability to be organized.

REPORTS TO:
Managing Director
Additional duties
include:
Send resume to:
P.O. Box CR 56766
Suite #768
Nassau, Bahamas

CORPORATE _
JOB SOLUTIONS |

BGCSE & BUC

TEACHERS

NEEDED PART-TIME
Starting:Feb 5th
Send resume to:
cjsolutionsba @ gmail.com

FARM LABOURER wanted
Please conte 1-242-332-

may

FULL TIME HANDYMAN
needed to work, 5 1/2 days a
week, $175. Phone 380-2119.

HELP WANTED
Cook/Cleaner needed. Must
have experience dealing with
food. Interested person please
call 356-7085.676-2733.

HONEST, YOUNG &
ATTRACTIVE LADY NEEDED
FOR BAR MAID.
CALL 424-8099.

JUICY DOGS is looking for
persons to work the food sand.
Interested persons should
apply in person at Collins Ave &
6th Terrace at the Juicy Dog
Stand.

LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER
needed to care for elderly and
do housework, 6 days per
week. $175. Tel 357-7727.

LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER

NEEDED
to take care of two young
children. Must be able to work
six days a week. Only
Bahamians need apply. Please
send resume to: PO Box EE-
17972.

LIVE-IN MAID required, light
house work, take care of two
kids, Call 364-5377 after 6pm.

LOOKING FOR a hard
working, reliable and
responsible baby-sitter or maid,
5 days a week, $150 per week.
Tel: 393-5408.

LOOKING FOR A LIVE-IN
female housekeeper,
_ age: 40-50 for two kids.
Ph. 324-9498.

LOOKING FOR A PART TIME
MASSAGE THERAPIST
Phone 466-7751,
ask for Mrs Ferguson

PROGRESSIVE COMPANY
seeks Human Resources
Assistant. Applicants must be
familiar with the Bahamas
Labour Laws and have working
knowledge of human resources
procedures and practices. The
ability to multi-task in a fast
paced environment is a must.
Please respond in writing to
HResources.assistant @ gmail.c
om by February 24th, 2011.

THREE CORAL STONE
INSTALLERS NEEDED
Skilled Coral Stone . Installers
with an eye for detail needed
for residential project.
Successful applicants - must
have at least five . years
experience in fabricating coral
stone. Interested applicants
please write to: C12503, c/o
The Tribune, PO Box N3207,

Nassau.

WE ARE SEEKING an
assembly person/mechanics
helper to assemble. scooters,
golf cars and to _ assist
mechanics. Applicant must be

professional, have a good
attitude. Apply at Harbourside
Marine, East Bay St. Tel : 393-
0262. :

OFFICE CLERK

We are seeking a _ young,
motivated responsible
individual for the position of

Office Clerk. This job will entail,
amongst other duties, filling,
light typing, photocopying and
running errands. Please fax
resume to: (242)362-4081.

, WORKING CHEF —
FOR NEW WATERFRONT
RESTAURANT IN
TREASURE CAY
Minimum four years of fine
dining experience required.
Please forward resume
via email to
jerry @bahamabeachclub.com

PRIMARY SCHOOL
TEACHER
needed immediately.
E-mail resume to:
teachprimaryschool @ hotmail.
com

THE TRIBUNE



Lyford Cay ine international

‘Seeks a prunary Teacher

Grades 1-3) for 2011-2012
Lytord Cay International School
is an independent, accredited
school for Nursery through
Grade 12. The School offers a
full International
Baccalaureate Programme
with the Primary . Years
Program, the Middle Years
Programme,and the Diploma
Programme.
The School is seeking to
appoint. a dynamic and
versatile Primary teacher who
- will join our faculty in August
2011 and contributes
effectively to advancing the
quality and rigor of our
academic program.
Applicants must have a
Bachelors Degree and a
Teaching Certificate, and
experience of at least three

years teaching in Primary.
School (Grades. 1-3). The
school is ‘particularly

interested in teachers with:

1. Experience teaching in the
Primary Years Programme.

2. Experience in_ integrating
technology into the curriculum
learning process

Experience “with
differentiation in the classroom

4. Flexibility in teaching area.

5. Extracurricular abilities and
interest

The successful candidate will
be an individual looking for a.
long-term career wit our
organization. Benefits include
annual- salary increments,
pension fund, medical
insurance and extensive local
and international training.

All candidates wishing to apply
should send a letter of
application and a complete
curriculum vitae by e-mail as
follows:

CONTACT _Con-
3D11AAAD68 \c \s \l Stacey
Bobo, Principal
E Mail: HYPERLINK
“mailto:sbobo @Icis.bs"
sbobo @lcis.bs

Isadora Blyden
Email: iblyden @Icis.bs

Lyford Cay International School
P. O. Box N 7776

Lyford Cay, N. P.,

Bahamas

Phone: 1-242-362-4774
SCHOOL CUSTODIAN
NEEDED.

Must have a clean. police record
and excellent references. Must
be able to work five days a
week.

Please fax resume to

394-4790.

MATURE MALES AND
FEMALES NEEDED
to work in established security
firm. Must be 30 years and
older.
Please contact 393-6406.

LIVE-IN MAID NEEDED

Reliable, mature trustworthy.
Call 393-35520, 395-0178.

‘SPANISH LADY and Filipino

lady looking for a live-in or live-
out. Call 327-5670.



~ THE TRIBUNE



Lyford Cay International
School
Seeks a Music Teacher for
One 2011-2012

Lyford Cay International School
is an independent, accredited
school for Nursery through
Grade 12. The School offers a
full International Baccalaureate
Programme with the Primary
Years Program, the Middle
Years Programme,and the
Diploma Programme.

The School is_ seeking . to
appoint a dynamic’ and
versatile Music teacher who
enjoys working with young
children and will join our
faculty in August 2011. The
candidate should be able to

contribute effectively to
advancing the quality and
rigor of our academic
program.

Applicants must have a
Bachelors Degree and a
Teaching Certificate, and
experience of at least three

years teaching in Music. The
school” is particularly
interested in teachers with:

1. Experience teaching in the
International Baccalaureate
Program ;

2. Experience in integrating
technology into the curriculum
learning process

3. Must be creative, dynamic
and confident about working
with Early Learning. Students.

4. Flexibility in teaching area

5. Extracurricular abilities and
interest

The successful candidate will
be an individual looking for a
long-term career with our
organization. Benefits include
annual .salary increments,
pension fund, medical
insurance and extensive local
and international training.

All candidates wishing to apply
should send a letter of
application and a complete
curriculum vitae by e-mail as
follows: - -

CONTACT _Con-3D11AAAD68
\c \s \l Stacey Bobo, Principal

E-Mail: sbobo @Icis.bs

Tamela Kemp, Head of the
Early Learning Center
Email: tkemp @lcis.bs

Lyford Cay International School
P. O. Box N 7776 ‘

Lyford Cay, N. P.,

Bahamas

Phone: 1-242-362-4774

NURSERY CAREGIVE
: NEEDED

.Must have caregivers
certificate, must love children.
392-2872.

PART-TIME workers
needed.Doing simple computer
work from home. Paid weekly.

Apply at
firstclass64 @ hotmail.com

SEEKING HANDYMAN
to work 5 days at $175/pw at
#36 Milton St.. :
Please contact 328-1002
Serious inquiries.

MATURE FEMALE needed
with bread & pastry _ baking
skills. Contact 324-7528 for
more details.





Lyford Cay International
. School
Seeks a Primary Teacher
(Grades 4-6) for 2011-2012

Lyford Cay International School
is an independent, accredited

school for Nursery through

Grade 12. The School offers a

full International Baccalaureate

Programme. with the Primary

Years Program, the . Middle

Years ~Programme,and the
Diploma Programme.

The School is seeking to
appoint a dynamic § and
versatile Primary teacher who
will join our faculty in August
2011 and contributes
effectively to advancing the
quality and figor. of our
academic program.

Applicants must have a

achelors Degree and a
Teaching Certificate,, and
experience of.at least three
years teaching in Primary
School (Grades 4-6). The
school is Particularly
interested in teachers with:

1. Experience teaching in the
Primary Years Programme.

2. Experience in integrating
technology into the curriculum
learning process
3 Experience with
differentiation in the classroom

4. Flexibility in teaching area.

5. Extracurricular abilities and
interest

The successful candidate will
be an individual looking for a
long-term career with our
organization. Benefits include
annual salary increments,
pension fund, medical
insurance and extensive local
and international training.

All candidates wishing to apply
should send a letter of
application and a _ complete
curriculum vitae by e-mail as
follows:

CONTACT _Con-3D11AAAD68
\c \s \l Stacey Bobo, Principal

E-Mail: sbobo @Icis:bs



Isadora Blyden
Email: iblyden @Icis.bs

Lyford Cay International School
P. O. Box N 7776
: Lyford Cay, N. P.,
: Bahamas
Phone: 1-242-362-4774

MAID NEEDED.
Salary $125 weekly.
_ Tel 557-5568
PO Box N4584.

“_NAIL BOOTHS FOR RENT __
TEL: 423-0858, OR 361-4646
ASK FOR RAQUEL.

NEEDED: Gardener. Phone
322-2670, ask or Miss Knowles

SHIFT MANAGERS, COOKS,
Food Attendants, Pump
Attendants. Refe:2nces +
experienc required. Tel 431-

PART-TIME
GRAPHIC ARTIST.
Send resume to:

PO Box N-8661, Nassau.

POPULAR CAFE' seeks
middie Manager position, 2
years minimum experience.
Contact 376-4440



WANTED: 1 Labourer.
Contact 375-3530, Abaco.

WANTED: _Live-Housekeeper.
Call at 423-5161.

AIRCRAFT
International Inc., a leading
global aviation service
company has an opportunity for
a Ground Support Equipment
Mechanic responsible for
performing the daily
maintenance & preventative
maintenance on all ground
support. equipment including
repairing & maintaining the fuel
storage systems at our Nassau,
Bahamas location. Duties will
include troubleshooting,
repairing, modifying & testing of
equipment and fuel storage
systems.

This is a hands-on position
requiring attention to detail and
safety while also requiring a
meat deal of physical demand.
he successful candidate will
have a minimum of 1. year

SERVICE

related experience or
equivalent combination of
education and _ experience.
Must have the ability to

communicate well both verbally
and written, excellent problem
solving _ skills, ability to. write.
reports, perform mathematical
calculations, interpret manuals
& blueprints and possess a
valid driver's license as well as
any — required Airport
identification.

To apply, please email .resume
to asignassau @ yahoo.com.

Please no phone calls’ or
agencies. :
CAREGIVER needed

preferably settled woman with
spiritual and moral values
between the ages of 50 and 55
years old. Cooking ~ and
cleaning skills required.

Serious inquiries only, please
contact 1-242-334-4081 or 1-
242-333-3122 or 225-9324.



2 LADIES seeks days work or
to work as a cook. . 426-7202,
392-0138.



45 YEARS seeking live-in job
to look after babies and the
elderly. Tel 468-9682.



ATTENTION: Do you _ need
Messenger, Painter, Kitchen
Worker, Salesperson. Ill work

for you immediately. 544-0270.

CHRISTIAN LADY
looking for work, 5 days/ week.
Tel 393-1164(H)
HANDYMAN seeking a job.

Tel 449-6225.

HOUSEKEEPER with thirty two







years experience in hotel
Applying for caretaker of
homes.

Tel: 392-2912, 525-7667

LADY SEEKING days or
weekly. Please contact 431-
6677 or 356-4415

E-mail: clas





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LADY seeking live-in job to
care for the elderly or baby.
Tel: 429-0208.

LADY seeks live-in job to care
for elderly or babies. Phone
768-2304.

LADY with healthcare degree
interested in homecare for the
elderly/sick.

Call 324-5111/436-2167.

MATURE AND HONEST
Handyman seeks job.
Tel 1-242-551-3425.

MATURE LADY looking for
days work. Call 327-5670.

MATURE LADY seeks full-time
job as a housekeeper, Monday
to Friday. 436-3485.

RELIABLE LADY with
transportation seeks job to pick
up and drop off children from
school. 468-4274/341-5492.

RELIABLE LADY with

transportation seeks night or

day job as housekeeper, baby-

poet 468-4274/341-5492/676-
70. :

YOUNG LADY seeks maid,
days work, weekly work, bar
mar. Contact 364-3107, 525-
769. 4

LADY seek _live-out job,
Housekeeper or baby-sitter or
days work. 558-7959. ‘.

HONEST, RELIABLE

handyman seeking a job.
Please contact 552-0139



AMBIANCE NAIL GALLERY
Airbrush Nails $19.99
Tammy Taylor $24.99

Located Carmichael Rd. next to
Texaco. 434-8060

SCHOOL
DROP-OFF & PICK-UP
One-way and 2-way
rates available
Low, low rates!

Ask about our
“Added Value Package”
Call Now!
636-9974

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sifieds @ tribunemedia.net

_ BUSINESS SERVICES

NECIE MACKEY
To all my valuable clients,
I'm no longer at Nails &
Thangs. Instead you can now
find me at
The Nail Room
on the corner of Robinson
Road & 3rd Street.
Come let me continue to
pamper your hands & feet.
Tel 322-5002/467-0981.

WORK TRUCK FOR HIRE
@ $75 per load
Moving furniture/removal of
trash, etc. 392-5364.

Go vad sae Beg ox tersatds

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0 %
“tS a
JC MAINTENANCE
Painting *Roof Repairs
*Wall building *Re-plastering
*Hanging doors *Cabinet
making *Pouring driveways
*Window installation *Cleanup
of debris *Renovation ~
*Pressure cleaning

FREE estimates/Consultations
Tel:341-1827 ;



NEED HELP WITH YOUR

ACCOUNTING RECORDS?
PROFESSIONAL, EFFICIENT
AND RELIABLE SERVICE
CALL PHONE 477-4741

NEW ROOF OR REPAIR,

Decks, porches, dry wall,
carport, storm shutters, office
desk, general construction.
chain link/wood fenceing,
interior, exterior painting.
Tel:525-7257.

REFERAL SERVICES &

DIVORCE ASSISTANCE, etc
, E-mail:
divorceassistancetogo @ gmail.c

: om
or.text your number to
467-0853

SAL’s AIR-CONDITION AND

REFRIGERATION
For all Repairs and Installation
Telephone 393-5339.

SEALTIGHT ROOFING
Roof Repair - All Replacement
Cutters, all types.

Tel: 436-6865, 324-0662.

TELEVISION, COMPUTER,
refrigerator, stove, washer &
dryer repairs. NFusion & Llink
programming. 395-0087.

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clients | am longer at “Finesse”:
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YVETTE PRATT
TO MY VALUABLE CLIENT:
lam no longer at Bahamian
Coiffeur. | have relocated toJ
Red Hot Salon on East Stree
Tel 552-2952.

DNA TESTING

ONLY $350
Call 376-2810/434-3055



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BUSINESS
SERVICES

*TILE RE-GROUTING*
Replace any color grout
Big or small area.
Wall, floor in/out door
(Free sample)
Ph:535-5949/324-9833

*TILiANG SERVICE*
Specialize in:

Tile laying & repairs
Wall/Floor in/out door.
Big/small jobs.
Phone:535-5949/324-9833,

All Natural Health,

Skin & Hair Products
Sleep eBack eKidney eSinus
eGas Hair Re-Grow .eLiver .
eArthritis Eyes e Acne eFacial
Hair .eAcid Reflux

BUSINESS .
SERVICES

DOG GROOMING CLASSES
10 weeks (Tues & Thurs)
Beginning Feb 1, 2011.

800.00
Call 341-7387, Ms Rolle
327-4133, Mrs Sweeting
Limited spacing

D TEAM ePain And More Great Products
Makeup Artistry & elegant hair ISLANDSEARTH.COM
weaving for weddings & 676 3853
special occasions. AVAILABLE

Contact 466-9883 for an
appointment.

ELECTRICIAN SERVICES
Residetial wiring, Lights, fans,
rennovation wiring. 24 hours
service call.Call me for a free

* quote.Tel:242-465-8373

PLUMBER & ELECTRICIAN
Call 364-2776
For quick friendly service
mention AD for Discount.

GREEN GRASS
Landscaping & Property
Management
We offer: f
Scheduled lawn maintenance
Hardscapes, Tree trimming
Residential property
management
Affordale rates.
Free estimates.



BEES - Get RID of
Stinging Bees.
Call for price. 393-3939

ENERJON ELECTRICAL
MAINTENANCE

Specializing in: Home _ wiring Schedule today!
repairs, cable TV, phone, | 242-376-8847, 242-426-9765
computer, CAT-S, wiring | greengrassbahamas @ live.com
Installation. ———— Se

Tel:242-553-3468
E-mail:jbain48 @ yahoo.com
Electrician -Jason Bain

HOT SPECIALS

RADIATOR COOLANT
$1.99/Gallon
Free Delivery with
purchase of eighteen
425-1770 / 467-1767.




Rope Twist ....... $80.00

Kinky Twist 50.00 ee Lee seen
Shingles ..... $50.00 PERSONALS
Nails ........ -$15.99 is a
Relaxers ............ 40.00

MIRACLE PRAYER
Do you have a problem with
husband, wife, a family
problem! Sister Joyce can help
you to put family back together.
Call:565-8531

SUPERNATURAL DIVINE
PRAYERS & DELIVERANCE;
for court cases, marriages,
financial breakthrough from
curses, witchcraft & other
prayers of darkness.

Call 242-433-7146.
supernaturaldivineprayer and

leliverance @ hotmail.com

Phone:324-7883
TAMMY TAYLOR ...





















SAMANTHA DEVEAUX.
Nail Tech
To my precious clients, — .
| am now at Colors Hair Studio
Palmdale
come in and sip on a glass of
wine while | pamper you with
nail and feet services
Roestta St. & Mount Royal/
Hawkins Hill. °

(yellow building atthe light)

326-017

“HAIR CLASSES
"NAILS CLASSES
EVERYHING INCLUDED

American






j Shoes

E-mail:

. FuGiGn oe

VOCAL COACHING
AVAILABLE FOR
SINGERS
Mon-Friday, 12pm-5pm
CALL NOW. 324-8117
leecallender @ hotmail.com

NEED HELP in:
Mathematics
(High School & College)
Physics
(High School & College.
Call 442-6761, or 552-1375.

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN
COURSE

January Session
certification
preparation. Call 356-4860

TUTORING SERVICE
Math, English, Science,
Reading
Children, Adults, Goups
Grade 5 thru College
Professional and Prompt
467-1767
www.nassaututor.com

LEARN TO FLY

Private Pilots Course
Instrument & Commercial
Theory
535-2484 Ee 0904

aires
flightshopbahamas @ hotmail.
com



NAIL CLASSES
Kit included
Payment plan available
Starts February 28th, 2011
Tel: 392-2143

GRADE LEVEL
ASSESSMENT TEST (GLAT)
and Basic Computer Classes

begins February, 2011.
Tel 392-1173, 454-4967.

BUSINESS FOR SALE

Retail Sales, good location
* Contact 395-0178.



For Sale — Restaurant located

off West Bay St. On Waterfront.
Serious enquiries only
Fax 327-8718

WELL ESTABLISHED
Night Club & Lounge
FOR SALE
- Strong client base.
Serious inquires only $250,000
nassauclub @ gamil.com

BIG PATIO SALE
Sat, Feb Sth, 7am-4pm.
#50 Vicor Rd, Coral Harbour.
Multi-family

Everything must go,”

New and-used items.
ae clothes, shoes & toys.
Adults & kids clothing, furniture,

best deal Phone 376- 764.
YARD SALE.

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toys, brand. new. speakers &
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Yamacraw Hill Rd. (3 buildings
pest Treasure Cove heading |

. SRG SAE

PATIO SALE
EASTERN AREA
FEBUARY 5TH, 2011
Household items and clothing.

7am-2pm
Phone 326- 1621/395-0658.



BABY ARTICLES FOR SALE
Pooh Bear car seat & crib set.
stroller, walker and swing,
Make offer.
Everyting must go!!436-7255 |

BABY ITEMS
Everything must go
Cribs, walker, playpen, etc.
You name the price.
Phone 392-3944

BRAND NEW IPAD 32GB USB
flash drive for sale.Call 324-
5111,436-2167

A-1 PAYLESS

Today to Sunday
Phone 242-362-6040

New 52”
$799
Baby car seats from $45

Apt sz fridge fr $399

Elictipal Exercise fr $450
Exercise bike w/back rest $375
Kenmore washer fr $299

Lg Stainless Steel fridge
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$1,000

Apt Stack Washer dryer gas
$699

Washer fr $299

Dyer fr $250

Love seat sofa bed $250
Queen leather sofa $300
Chester 5-drawers $150
9-drawer bureau $275

Fam. sz stove & fridge $850
Dining table 6 chairs $399
Office desk chair $150
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BAMBOO Town
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ney could face some
considerable chal-

The claim follows Mr
McCartney’s critical remarks

about the temperament of ©

Prime Minister Hubert Ingra-
ham.

While being overly cautious
not to make Mr McCartney
out to be a “martyr” for the
growing voice of indepen-

dents in the country, power’

players within the FNM said
there are ways of “handling”
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lenges in his bid for ~ peMmarks: ity of Bahamians were
re-election, sources Branville “surprised” to read
within the FNM have - McCartney the comments attrib-
revealed. uted to Mr McCart-

Yesterday, FNM
chairman Carl Bethel
issued a summary
statement answering
Mr McCartney’s com-
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Minister.

In the statement, Mr
Bethel said the major-

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and “freedom of speech” that

exists within the party.
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Prime Minister is surprising
since Mr McCartney has
always had within the councils
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express any concerns about
compassion, or the alleged
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A COLD- BLOODED
killing in Kemp Road yes-
terday marked the 14th
murder in the country this
year.

Duran Rolle, 26, was
shot dead when armed
intruders burst into the
home he shared with his -

* mother at. around 4am.

Neighbours said he was
sleeping when the gunmen
stormed through the
kitchen door and made
their way to his bedroom. ©

They kicked open the
door and fired shots at him
as he lay in bed, neigh-
bours: said, and then left
him dying ina pool of
blood.

Police were called just
after the shooting but the
young man had died by the
time officers arrived,
police press liaison officer
Sgt Chrislyn SEIPDINES
said.

“Jt is reported that ‘the
victim was awoken when
two men, both of whom

With all the money, time and passion thrown at dealing with the
“Haitian problem” have we gotten anywhere? There is a bet-
ter way. It requires less money; fewer resources and fewer

headaches, but it is infinitely more difficult than anything we

have ever tried before.

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SEWAGE: Audley Hanna points to the source of the problem.

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inches deep and up to the
front porch. _

Audley Hanna, an
affected resident and mem-
ber of The Caucus advo-
cacy group, said some res-
idents in the community
have remained silent on
claims, has gone the issue due to fears of
unchecked by officials. victimisation and culpabil-

Now said to be inits _ ity.
ninth month, the spill on Mr Hanna said: “The
South Beach Drive, off sewage is already now
Bougainvillea Drive, was about 500ft and is still
estimated to have a SO0ft spreading. It’s getting
radius which continues to longer and longer and
spread. ' longer — for lack of a better

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A MASTERPLAN to make the Bahamas the regional leader in
sports tourism was unveiled yesterday.

The Sports Centre Redevelopment Project will create a “world
class international venue that will attract sporting and entertain-
ment events to the Bahamas,” say proud officials. -

The plans were revealed at a briefing session yesterday morning
at the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture headquarters on
Thompson Blvd.

Upon completion, the complex will include:

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By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Tribune Chief Reporter

rmissick@tribunemedia.net

ON November 4 of this year,
New Providence will mark the
sesquicentennial (150th anniver-
sary) of Nassau becoming a city.
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articles about the history of Nas-
sau and the people who made it

great..
The plan which defined Nas-

sau proper was drawn by Cap- ©

tain Andrew Skinner in 1788.
Nassau’s borders were set with

East Street on the east, West’

Street on the west, Bay Street
on the north and East and West
Hill Streets on the south.

The city of Nassau contains ~

areas which have been all at

. once the symbol of the mercan-

tile ideal, a representation of
economic and social divisions
within the country, the colonial
and post-colonial history of the
Bahamas and the birth and rest-

ing place of industries old and -

new.

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Remembering the 190th anniversary of Nassau city

rateurs sin Nassau their base
of operations even before it
became a city in 1861.

And from Parliament Square
in the north down to the South-

ern Recreation Grounds, the.

city has been the venue at which
some of the most significant
events in Bahamian history
occurred.

In 1670, King Charles IT
granted the ‘Bahamas to six Car-
olina Lords Proprietors and'the
settlement on New Providence
became known as Charles
Towne. In 1695, it was renamed
Nassau after King William II,

of the House of Orange-Nas- ’

sau, by Governor Nicholas
Trott, who rebuilt the town after

the Spanish invasion and plun-

der of Charles Towne in 1684.

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the Parish of Christ Church to a
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vehicle investigation.

Feaster, 38, is 5’ 9”
tall, weighs 170 Ibs, is
of slim build and
brown complexion.

His last - known
address was Button-
wood Avenue,
Pinewood Gardens.

The police said he
should be considered
armed and dangerous
and should’ be:
approached with cau-
tion.

Anyone with any
information concern-
ing Feaster’s where-
abouts should immediately contact police by calling 919 or
911; the Central Detective Unit by calling 502- 9930/0001: the

_ Police Control Room on 322-3333; Crime Stoppers on 328-

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CLEAN-UP NEEDED: Trash on the roadsides and some yards
was Clearly visible during yesterday's walkabout. Some of the res-
idents in the area say that MP Frank Smith needs to help clean up
the area.

By MEGAN REYNOLDS
Tribune Staff Reporter
mreynolds@tribunemedia.net

UNEMPLOYMENT, pover-
ty and a lack of basic resources
are just some of the issues gov-
ernment and charitable agen-
cies intend to address in order
to improve the quality of living
in the Kemp Road area.

A community walkabout
spearheaded by community
organiser Jason Springer of the

Kemp Road Urban Renewal ,

Programme in St James Road
ventured through Sutton Street
and Lyon Road yesterday
morning to engage residents in
the area and assess their needs.

Police officers, teachers from

the nearby Claridge Primary

and Uriah McPhee schools, and
government officials from the
National Emergency Manage-
ment Agency (NEMA) and the
Parliamentary Registration
Department had the opportu-
nity to meet residents in the
area. | 4
Mr Springer and other vol-
unteers from the centre, com-
munity activist Laura Taylor, a
nurse from Ann’s Town Clinic
off Kemp Road, and local
police officers, well-aware of the
hardships faced by locals hope
the “Partners Walk” will inspire
a multi-agency approach that
will actively address the needs
oflocal people.
“Among the dozens ‘of re
dents they encountered on the

walk was a 20-year-old unem- *

ployed single mother who said
she is looking for a job to help
her pay for job skills training

at the Bahamas Technical and .

Vocational Institute (BTVI). °
She has been out of work

since she left her job at a

McDonald’s restaurant two
years ago and now lives with
her 10-month-old son in a one
room shack off Obeah Alley
without running water, kitchen
or.bathroom facilities.

Her neighbour Merdina
Rolle, 56, has lived in the area
all her life and said little has
changed since she was a child,
the only additions being elec-
tricity, cable and phone lines in
their homes.

“Everything is still the same
way,” she said.

Like the woman 27 years her |

junior, Ms Rolle, a former
employee at.the Elizabeth
Estates Children’s Home, is
looking for work, but said her
age puts employers off.

“The young people don’t
want to work and the old peo-
ple want to work and they don’t
want to give us jobs,” she said:

Without a steady income she
relied on grocery provisions
from social services for the last
five years, but said they were
recently taken away.

-Red Cross representative
Damario Barton said he was
taking note of needs in the
community so the Red Cross
can extend their outreach pro-
grammes there, by providing
assistance such as hot meals
from the island-wide Meals on
Wheels initiative.

“One of the homes we visited
today was just a cardboard, or
wooden structure, with no place
to heat up food, so it would be
good for them to have at least
one hot meal a day,” he told
The Tribune.

The Red Cross’ Meals on
Wheels initiative now serves
more than 100 people a day,
some of whom have been
referred to the charity by social
services.

Some of those assisted by the
Red Cross live below the
poverty line, and by delivering
the meals they also discover
other issues people face which

they can help overcome with .

support from volunteers.
“The main message of the
Red Cross is to relieve human
suffering wherever it.is found,”
he said.
“So to come into the com-



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munity and have one-on-one
contact with individuals and see
what their needs are means we
can then go back to the office
and work out where we can
assist in alleviating what issues
they may have.”

As the agency representa-
tives walked through the areas
littered with garbage, aban-
doned cars, overgrown weeds
and derelict buildings, they
encountered children of school

‘age who were at home with rel-

atives, and teenagers hanging
out in groups on street corners.

Many of the adults said they
kept their children home from.
school because they did not
have clean school uniforms or
food for their children.

Problems

These problems are already
being addressed at the Kemp
Road Urban. Renewal Centre,
which provides school uniforms

’ for children, meals, and engages

them in after school pro-
grammes.

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Bahamas Police Force, The Royal Bahamas Defence Force and
schoolteachers from Claridge Primary give out flyers encouraging
residents to vote and to hear thier concerns.

and helps jobseekers complete
resumes and job application
forms. “We try to empower
people,” Mr Springer said.

“We are doing this for the
future of this community. We
want this community to move
forward: I don’t live here and
you don’t live here, but we
want to help build a better
Bahamas.”

The Partners Walk was
arranged after a multi-agency
meeting last month, and fore-
shadows an open-air commu-

nity meeting later this month.

Supt Stephen Dean, director
of the National Crime Preven-
tion Office, said: “If you look in
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homes without basic amenities,
they have no water, no bath-
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EDITORIAL/LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

The Tribune Limited

NULLIUS ADDICTUS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI
Being Bound to Swear to The Dogmas of No Master

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

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

(Hon.) LL.D., D.Litt .

Publisher/Editor 1919-1972
Contributing Editor 1972-199]

EILEEN DUPUCH CARRON, C.M.G., M.S., B.A., LL.B.

Publisher/Editor 1972-

Published Daily Monday to Saturday

Shirley Street, RO. Box N-3207, Nassau, Bahamas

Insurance Management Building., P.O. F-485, Freeport, Grand Bahama

WEBSITE
www.tribune242.com — updated daily at 2pm

The unabridged facts of Bahamian history

WHAT many Bahamians of this genera-
tion fail to realise is that the so-called history
of the Bahamas— as rewritten by the PLP —
started on what is.now called “Majority Rule
Day”, January 10, 1967, the day that the PLP,
headed by Lynden Oscar Pindling, wrested
the government from the UBP.

It was such a close call that the PLP could
not have done it without the support of Sir
Alvin Braynen, who became the Speaker of
the House, and Labour Leader Sir Randol
Fawkes, who, threw his lot 1 in. with them to



give theni a majority’of orie’on the floor of the

House. Because he was the one man who
held the balance of power on the House floor,
. Sir Randol tried to take credit for Majority
Rule. A general election a year later, which
returned the PLP: with an undisputed major-
ity, soon settled that question. Sir Randol
was eventually relegated to the shadows.
The PLP attempted to wipe the slate clean

of any events that led up to this victory, ignor- -

ing the past and attempting to take credit for
the future, which the past had made possible

by the sacrifices of many Bahamians who

went before them.

After all wasn’t it Philip Bethel of
Eleuthera, a former PLP Minister, who said
that “God gave this country to the PLP”? It is
this attitude of entitlement — probably encour-

aged by what was taught in the schools — that.

has made it impossible for many PLP — even ,
today — to accept that their party is no longer
the government.

_ For several years after the 1967 general
election Government teachers would drift
into The Tribune to check the files on the
social upheaval of that period. A couple of
them told us that what was being taught in the
schools did not represent the Bahamas in
which they had lived and they wanted to read
the daily files of that period to confirm what
they remembered. The file most often
researched was the anti-discrimination Res-
olution moved in the House of Assembly in
January 1956, and the weeks that followed
when racial discrimination in public places
in the Bahamas ended.

This week we received a letter (published
on this page) from a 15-year-old Freeport
student objecting to “Bahamian children
being taught the wrong history.” :

Her objection was to a short sentence in
their textbook — “Jesus and his Legacy 2” — by
Adrian L. Bethel — being taught in the reli-
gion ‘class at the school. The chapter was on
racism at page 159 under the heading:
“Bahamians who fought for equality.” It was
a short paragraph, but a sentence in that para-
graph highly offended her because she knew
that the facts had been glossed over and she
wanted no part of it. The text book said:

The Tomlinson

“Men such as the late Sir Milo Butler and
Sir Linden (spelt incorrectly) Pindling fought
for the rights of the black majority. They
fought against racial discrimination which
barred many blacks from certain jobs and
places in the Bahamas.” — :

The student knew that Sir Lynden was
not even a member of the House of Assembly
in January 1967 when Sir Etienne Dupuch
was threatened with arrest for his Resolu-
tion to end racial discrimination in public
places in the Bahamas. Although the Reso-
lution was highjacked, such a public furore
was created, backed by this newspaper, that
by week’s end all public places in the
Bahamas were open to everybody regardless
of race, religion or any other inequality that

~ might have barred them.

The Freeport students were asked to write
about one of the two men mentioned in the
textbook who were credited with ending
racial discrimination. The student told her
teacher that she could not write about Sir
Lynden, because Sir Etienne was the first

‘Bahamian to open public doors. The teacher
told her that if she did not write on Sir Lyn-

den, she would get zero for the question. She

’ refused to write. She got zero. Maybe, she .

would now like to extend an invitation to her
teacher to-visit The Tribune — founded by
her great grandfather 108 years ago — and

study that period of Bahamian history for —

himself. Writing on Majority. Rule in 2006, Sir
Arthur Foulkes — now Governor General —
had this to say about those who made that day
possible.

“There were others who were not elected.

to parliament in 1967 but who nevertheless
made great contributions in the march
towards that day,” wrote Sir Arthur. “Among
them were C.R. Walker and Bert Cambridge.

“Perhaps most notable was Etienne
Dupuch who struck a major blow against the
racism of the old guard with his 1956 anti-dis-
crimination resolution.

“Sir Etienne attempted unsuccessfully to

create what he called a more moderate alter-.

native to both the UBP and the PLP. He fre-
quently expressed the opinion that the PLP
was not ready to govern and he had a serious
problem with the credibility of Sir Lynden.

“Nevertheless, for years Sir Etienne exco-
riated the old guard (the UBP) both from
the floor of parliament and in the columns of
his newspaper. He condemned their arro-
gance and relentlessly exposed their corrupt
dealings...

“It was Sir Etienne’s unrelenting campaign
against that corruption, arrogance and intran-
sigence and for reform which opened the
eyes of thousands of Bahamians. The PLP
was the chief beneficiary of this.”



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Sit Lynden’ S
name should not
be in textbooks
under ‘racism’

' EDITOR, The Tribune.

~ . [have a problem with our

religion textbooks only men-
tioning Sir Lynden in our
chapter on “Racism”. What
he did that night in the House
of Assembly had nothing to
do with ending racial discrim-
ination. His act happened

’ nine years after Sir Etienne

Dupuch ended racial discrim-
ination in the Bahamas.

Sir Etienne Dupuch

“But for him his. proudest
achievement was on the night
of January 23, 1956 when he
stood on the floor of the
House and proposed a reso-
lution.to ban racial discrimi-
nation in all public places in
the Bahamas. He protested
when the Speaker of the
House took the resolution out

of his hands.and sent it to a

committee that would let it
die. He was threatened with
arrest when he defied the
Speaker.. The House hastily
adjourned in confusion.
“The next day the hotels in
Nassau announced that all
racial barriers had been lifted
from their establishments.
One by one every public place
opened its doors to all per-
sons, regardless of race. Dis-
crimination in public places
was at an end in the Bahamas.
“The Daily Gleaner of
Jamaica declared that Sir Eti-
enne had ‘lit a candle that
shall ne’er be quenched“ in
the Bahamas.” - The 100
Most Outstanding Bahamians




LETTERS

letters@tribunemedia.net



of the 20th Century. - pg. 32. -
Rt Hon Sir Lynden Pin-
dling
“On Tuesday, 27th April

1965, subsequently called

Black Tuesday, ‘As the aston-
ished

House members
watched...Pindling walked
over to the Speaker’s table
and lifted the 165-year-old
Mace, symbol of the Speak-
er’s authority. ‘This is the
symbol of authority,’ he
shouted, ‘and authority on
this island belongs to the peo-

ple and the people are out-

side!’ then Pindling raised the

-weighty scepter and hurled it

through the second storey
window... as if on cue, Milo
Butler sprung up and flung
out the two hour glasses,
which were used to time
speakers.” — The 100 Most
Outstanding Bahamians of the
20th Century. — pg. 77.

What Sir Lynden did

should not be something to.

be proud.of. He went into the
respectable House of Assem-
bly and made himself look
stupid by throwing the mace
out of the window. He should
have been a smarter gentle-
man and stood in front of the
Speaker and the House and
proposed his resolution.
Instead, he acted childish and

threw the mace out the win-
dow.

Sir Etienne was the man
that ended racial discrimina-
tion in the Bahamas in 1956.

Sir Lynden threw the mace
out of the window in 1965.
His act came nine years after
racial discrimination had end-
ed and also had nothing to do
with racism. Facts are facts!
They should never be
changed in favour of some-
one. No matter, how people
view it, this is the truth. Chil-
dren should not be taught that
Sir Lynden ended racism in
the Bahamas because this is
not true. His actions on April
27, 1965 had nothing to do
with racial discrimination -
which had been abolished in
1956 (nine years prior by Sir
Etienne).

Ask any person who was
alive on those two dates. They
can tell you the story and I’m
sure you would be interested -
in what has been masked by
the Bahamian government
and its politicians.

I do not believe that
Bahamian children should be
taught the wrong history just
to make a man look superior
and like a “hero” to the peo-
ple. Sir Lynden’s name should
not be in our text books under
“Racism”; Sir Etienne’s name
should be there.

ASIAH MUNNINGS
Freeport,

Grand Bahama,
January 19, 2011.

PLP need to stop talking and accomplish something

EDITOR, The Tribune.

I just watched a You Tube
video of PLP Chairman
Bradley Roberts speaking at a
public meeting in what looked
like a school. He was reading

from a document he said was ;

given to him.

Instead of him doing the
reading he should have got a
sixth grade student who
would have helped him to

pronounce difficult words like .

“orally”, “incubate” and
“aquatic.” Maybe a science
teacher would have helped
him to say basic science terms
he also couldn't figure out and
never seemed to have heard
before.

The chairman of a political
party should not be expected
to have a doctorate in Eng-
lish. But neither should they
have to go back to school and
take up remedial English.

It's difficult enough under-
standing what Mr. Roberts is
saying in his own words. It's
just as difficult trying to
understand what he's saying
when reading from a report
given to him.

Then there's his Party
Leader Mr. Perry Christie
who knows how to pronounce
and use all kinds of big words.

The problem is that all of.

those five pound words don't
ever amount to anything
except Mr. Christie hearing
the sound of his voice.
Despite the different abili-
ties of Mr. Christie and Mr.
Roberts when it comes to

logic and good sense. They
don't mind talking plenty.
They just don't want to have
to think too much.

Now I hear some of the top
PLP brass is going on a lis-
tening tour. This has to be a
joke.

A listening tour? This is
exactly what the PLP spent

their last five years in office

doing.

They appointed all ‘aids of
committees to review things.
They made plenty speeches
and promises. The problem is
that they never acted.

Now we know why. You
had senior ministers like Mr.
Roberts who couldn't com-
prehend what he was reading
and a leader like Mr. Christie
who couldn't put his big
words and endless promises
into action.

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By NATARIO McKENZIE
Tribune Staff Reporter
nmckenzie@tribunemedia.net



A MAN convicted of a
nearly decade-old murder
was sentenced yesterday
to 50 years imprisonment.

Justice Vera Watkins

tion, noted that Capron
has expressed no remorse
for Ferguson's murder as
he maintains that he was

. not responsible for Fergu-

son's death.
Capron appeared visibly
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decision as he was escort-
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Outside the court, a rel-
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Capron’s attorney said
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LOCAL NEWS



Time to stop prostituting Haitians

NOELLE NICOLLS
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nnicolls@tribunemedia.net

aitians have
been migrating
to the
Bahamas for
centuries. For race-based rea-
sons, it was a problem in the
early 19th century. While the
racial legacy formed itself in
the post-colonial psyche of
African and non-African
Bahamians, the modern prob-
lem is driven by other issues,

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sure as a man cannot cheat
death, no number of raids,
repatriations or immigration
policies will solve the problems
we presently have.

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The reality is, neither the
Department of Immigration,
the Defence Force nor the
entire might of the state have
the power to ease the plight of
all people in despair.

For centuries, migration has

‘been the answer to populations

seeking a better life, according
to Leonard Archer, former

. CARICOM Ambassador. This

is the story of Europe, Asia,
Africa, everywhere in the
world. When people experience
scarcity, drought, famine, hard-
ship, or persecution in one area,
they move to another.

“If you interview the Hait-
ian people who are coming, a
number of them have been
deported two, three, four times.
People are desperate. The real-
ity is desperate people will
always move and we can’t
afford-to put a wall around the
country,” said Mr Archer.

“We have been deporting
people to Haiti since the 1970s.
Has it helped? Has it worked?”
he asked. People should know:
we have no ally in the Haitian
government or the Haitian peo-

_ ple'where the immigration

problem is concerned. In a
country of 10 million, the hun-
dreds of people who migrate to
the Bahamas, whether legally

or illegally, is not a problem on

the minds of most.

Plus, Haiti, like Famiica’
relies on remittances from its
Diaspora population. When.
countries realised that the side
effect of the brain drain was a
supply of cold hard cash from
the Diaspora, suddenly the
migration of nationals did not

seem so bad. On the contrary,



migration was encouraged and
remittances became a primary
source of foreign exchange.

In the Bahamas, we are
banging our heads against the
wall with our hysteria over the
illegals. All the banging is just
giving us a headache.

We desperately need a new
approach to the so-called immi-
gration problem and we need a
new vision of Haiti.

We should never forget:
when the African world needed
a sign that its certain fate would
not be decided by the interests
of slave masters and colonial

rulers, it was a group of dis- |

parate Africans on the island
of Hispanola, with the backing
of their ancestors and the divine
spirits, who rose'to the occa-
sion. Empowered by a collec-
tive will, they planted the seed
in the African consciousness

‘that we are more than they say

we are; we deserve more than
what they want for us.

Two hundred years later,
Haiti that gave us hope,
appears to face a hopeless fate.
All we see of its people is what
seems to. be their worst. The
eyes of the world take an inter-
est only when the story line is
one of strife and scandal; when

‘ the images fit.the narrative of

poor, desolate, pagan and
black. And in the minds of most

. Bahamians and many Haitians,

the light that is Haiti has faded.
Experience tells us that in

‘our darkest hours it often takes

a light, whether shone by an
external source or a spark in
our own spirits, to help us over-
come. In an Avatarish way that
light speaks to us and says: ‘I
see you’.

In an African way that’ light
says, ubuntu, ‘I am what I am
because of who we all are’. In

- the language of psychotherapy,
the light says, ‘tap into the’

greatness that lies within and
live it?. And from our queen
mothers it says, ‘I love you’.
Africans across the globe
need to care enough to be more

informed. Bahamians need to -°

rise above the malcontent, so

* eur people and the entire world

knows, Haiti is more and Haiti
deserves more.

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International eaten

It is more than what the
international media depicts. It is
more than the actions of its
political directorate. It is more
than the folly that befalls it, and
it is more than what our eyes
see. In this season of great frus-
tration, Haiti needs neither our
disdain or pity, nor our charity;
it needs our great expectations,
and with our collective con-
sciousness, we will call out its
greatness. Haiti has much work
to do, but I wonder if we will
start to play our part from
where we stand. Certainly, in
the history of our relationship
with Haiti, the Bahamas has
missed countless opportunities.
That is largely because of our
singular focus on immigration.

If we date the start .of diplo-
matic relations to 1971, when
the Bahamas signed the first of
three bilateral treaties, then we
can claim the 40-year prize of

. missed opportunities in building

a meaningful relationship.
With newly acquired rights
of self governance, and a dis-
patch from the UK’s Foreign
Common Law Office giving it
limited authority to conduct
external affairs, the Bahamian
government negotiated its first
bilateral agreement in 1971.
Haiti was the foreign partner.
That agreement envisaged a
broad range of relationships,
including commercial trade and
technical co-operation, educa-
tion exchanges and cultural
linkages — understandably so,
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not “perceived as a threat”.
Owens-Illinois, an American
company operating in Abaco,
was known to recruit, Haitian
labour in the late 1960s, recalls
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FROM page six
Affairs. Owens-Illinois origi-
nally had a timber cutting
license to operate in the
Bahamas, but when cutting
rights were transferred from
Abaco to Andros, the company
switched its operations and
opened a 20,000 acre sugar cane
estate in Marsh Harbour. Suf-
fice to say, the population of
Abaco and the available sup-
ply of Bahamian labour at the
time would have given rise to a
demand for Haitian workers.

Unfortunately, whatever
promise the 1971 agreement
may have embodied was short
lived because it was “never
really actualised”, according to
Mr Sears.

This is evidenced in the sub-
sequent agreements — 1985 and
1995 — for which immigration
was the central issue.

To this day, the almost sin-
gular focus of our foreign inter-
est in Haiti is immigration. Dr
Eugene. Newry, former
Bahamas ambassador to Haiti
and the Dominican Republic,
said in the.modern world, coun-

tries establish diplomatic ties .

to look after economic inter-
ests. He said the Bahamas is
the anomaly. Its interest in
Haiti is solely to keep the
Haitians out. The Ministry of
Foreign Affairs and the Min-
istry of Agriculture might dis-
agree, pointing to regional secu-
rity initiatives and mediation
efforts in Haiti in which the
Bahamas has played central
roles, or recent exploratory pro-
jects. But as valid as these
efforts are, anyone would be
hard pressed to contradict Dr
Newry’s overall assessment.

What makes our efforts so
laughable is that given our
efforts over 60 plus years, the
solution to the immigration
problem remains elusive.

This is so, notwithstanding
the notoriously draconian
efforts of the much loved Pro-
gressive Liberal Party Minister
of Immigration Lofters Roker,
whose administration was said
to raid schools, churches and
even hospitals to round up “ille-
gals”.

History has shown us we are
inextricably linked to Haiti.
Today is no different. Waves
of immigrants are seen any time
public confidence in Haiti
wanes, during economic crises,
at the mere threat of political
instability, and at times of nat-

‘ural disaster, to which Haiti is

no stranger. So unless the
Bahamas has control over Hait-
ian politics, the Haitian econo-

my, and acts of God, things wil].

not be looking up anytime
soon.

Short of Haiti being restored.
as the light of the world, and
probably even after, migration
will be a Haitian reality, and
the Bahamas, less than 200
miles off the coast, will suffer
the consequences. :

All is not lost, for there is a

solution to the problem. It

requires less money, less
resources and fewer headaches,
but it is infinitely more difficult
than anything we have ever
tried before.

A new approach to the Hait-
ian problem is not incongruent
with a clear understanding of
the Bahamas’ national inter-
ests. Illegal immigration strains
national resources; Bahamian
sovereignty is a national imper-
ative, as is the security of our
people. These are the interests
that motivate Bahamians to call
on the government time and
time again to crack, down on
the immigration problem.

But in the interest of nation-
al development, and to play our
part in history, someone needs
to start being honest with our
people and stop paying the
pimps to prostitute the
Haitians. There isa better way.
The Bahamas has unexplored
and underdeveloped interests
in Haiti. cer 4

“Let’s look at our economic
interests and the question of
labour, because if we are hon-
est, we would acknowledge that
Bahamian and Haitian inter-
ests are aligned in many ways.

Economic migrants flock to
the Bahamas year after year,
not political refugees. That

means Haitian people look to

the Bahamas like we look to
the United States — as a land
of opportunity. For Haitians,
there isa lucrative labour mar-
ket in the Bahamas and their
skills are in high demand. If
there was no reason for opti-
mism and they did not find
employment in the Bahamas,
they would not come.

Yes, unemployment in the ,

Bahamas is high. The govern-
ment has a responsibility to cre-
ate jobs and to stimulate the
economy, and the private sector
has an interest in creating jobs
where there are lucrative busi-
ness opportunities. :
Most Haitian labourers are
employed by the private sec-

tor. For better or worse,

Bahamian businesses .are
empowered by the law to
employ foreign labour. Just
look at the financial and
tourism sectors, although they
are not necessarily models ‘to
emulate.

In fact, the employment of
foreign labour in these sectors is
not scrutinised nearly enough.

“While Bahamians have their

eyés.on Haitians, predomi-

nantly white foreigners in

finance and tourism are holding
a virtual monopoly on well pay-
ing jobs that would otherwise
give Bahamians an opportunity
to create wealth and better the
nation. Foreigners in these sec-
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called temporary basis, with a
provision to train Bahamians,
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it easy to get naturalised, and
permanently secure the senior
job ranks for Bahamians like
themselves. This system proves
that Bahamians do not have an
entitlement to employment
although many believe they do.
Perhaps we should, because this
is our country. But perhaps not,
because we live in a global vil-
lage. That argument is another
debate altogether.

For now, clear eyes would

see, Haitian labour is not the |

antithesis to Bahamian unem-
ployment. That is our own
problem. Haitians are simply
the most favoured scapegoat.
It is like a scorned wife blaming
a prostitute for her husband’s
infidelity. — :
If we were to round up every
Bahamian who has at one point
engaged in the practice of
employing Haitian nationals,
they would probably outnum-
ber the Haitians themselves.
If Bahamians were genuine
about wanting to exorcise
Haitian people, that would
require draconian measures like
strict penalties for Bahamians
hiring undocumented workers.
The sacrifice would be a cul-
ture where people would spy
on neighbours and employees
would spy on their employers.
Let us stop kidding ourselves.

Most of the nationalist outcry is











































just rhetoric. It does not reflect
the desires of the private sector,
the practice of our people, and
it does not reflect our true eco-
nomic interests. The govern-
ment can vouch for that. The
trade in foreign labour in the
Bahamas is a lucrative business.
The goyernment’s coffers are
kept fat by the millions paid
annually for work permits.
Sixty years ago, pioneers in

* the agriculture sector knew we

could not thrive without for-
eign labour. There was a reason
why. The Bahamas has 326,000
acres of arable land. Accord-
ing to Dr Newry, it woutd
require two workers per acre
to fully exploit this resource
commercially. That translates
to every single Bahamian in the
country needing to take an
interest in agriculture, supple-
mented by an abnormally high
birthrate, and steroid aided
child development.

Our opposition to Haitian
labour is simply coming from
our hurt pride. The notion that
we might need Haitian labour is
not an indictment on Bahamian
labour. It is just a reality. Peo-
ple who accept this do not fear
or scorn the idea of an organ-
ised temporary worker pro-
gramme like the South Florida
work scheme Bahamians par-
ticipated in during the 1950s.

For people like Mr Archer,
who does not agree with talk
about-the massive farming
potential of the Bahamas

because of our “poor soil qual-
ity” and questionable water
supply, there are economic
interests for the Bahamas in
Haiti itself. “Let us be practical.
If there is going to be a farming
industry in the Bahamas it has
to be driven by private capital
and private enterprise. If the
government has to engineer it
then it will be a make-work
scheme rather than an agricul-
ture scheme. The reason we
don’t have a farming industry is
those persons who tried it did-
n’t succeed. We don’t have the
natural kind of conditions for a
successful farming industry,”
said Mr Archer.

There are many who would
disagree, pointing to success
stories.of the past and present,
like the famous story of Edison
Key. But a fair question would
be, what about longevity?

Mr Archer does not deny
some success. After all, the sea-
side mango farm of the Maillis
family is evidence of such. But
he argues, if the farming poten-
tial were really so abundant,
the private sector would have
already found a way to exploit
it fully, So here is another
notion to consider. Haitian

mangos sell for 99 cents or less.

in New York City. The same
mango costs $2.50 - $3 locally,
according to Mr Archer. His
point: Bahamians could invest
in Haiti, as farming there is a
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hurt pride that makes us scorn
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invest in our people. We have
done enough for Haiti.

“You have to make up your
mind what, you want. If by
investing in Haiti you would
create the conditions where
they wouldn’t need to come,
surely that is a useful solution.
There are people who just want
the problem to disappear.
Unfortunately problems do not
just disappear,” said Mr
Archer. He agrees that a work
programme is one way, but it is
not enough, he said.

“We have to ensure there is
economic growth in Haiti.
When (Jean-Bertrand) Aristide
became president a number of
Haitians left the Bahamas and
went back to Haiti because they
thought things would get better.

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is Haiti itself not Haitians in
the Bahamas,” said Mr Archer.

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“Inded, Mr McCartney
attendedthe Central: Council
meeting /f the party last week
and hadevery opportunity to
voice hs feelings to his col-
leagues peers, and those par-
ty offiers and activists who
he hops to lead some day,”
Mr Behel said. ;

At tlis meeting, the FNM’s
chairnan said Mr McCartney
said mthing about “compas-
sion” even though he spoke
“aboit other issues.”

Net to be outdone, the
PLPs chairman Bradley
Roterts has also chimed in

on the discussion, claiming the
FNM was “falling apart from
within.”

In a sfatement, Mr Roberts
said My McCartney is “clear-
ly on his way out of the
FNM.”.

However, before he

departs, Mr Roberts said the
MP is dong “what many oth-
ers withis the FNM are afraid
to do” by revealing the truth
about Pime Minister Hubert

Ingraham “as the PLP has
been stating all along.”

“We the PLP say that if a
man that exist(s) in the front-
line of the FNM is making it
clear:that Hubert Ingraham
is not working in the best
interest.of Bahamians then
we beg to ask the question:
Who is the Prime Minister
working for?

“These are very serious and
startling revelations being
exposed from within the camp
of the FNM and it is a cause
for great concern from the

Bahamian public. This is

alarming that a party that now
holds the position of govern-
ment is being exposed by a
leader in their own ranks.
“The Prime Minister clear-
ly stands condemned by one
of his own. Who will be the
next to step forward and to
be frank and honest with the
Bahamian people? McCart-
ney’s projections that the
FNM will face great chal-
lenges in the coming general

elections are correct,” Mr
Roberts said.«

However, Mr McCartney’s
remarks have been labeled as
nothing more than political
posturing by the FNM’s chair-
man.

Mr Bethel’s statement con-
tinued: “The public record
showing the extraordinary
compassion, empathy and
love of the Prime Minister for
the Bahamian people, the
poor and the oppressed, can-
not be thrown into dispute by
Mr McCartney.

“The Prime Minister’s per-
sonal journey from the bowels
of dire poverty in his child-
hood, to the heights of
achievement for the Bahami-
an people as a visionary, com-
passionate leader and Prime

‘ Minister is well known.

“His efforts to uplift the
poor are also well known.
What is perhaps less well
known are the privaté and
individual interventions made
by the Prime Minister per-

Man shot dead

sonally to assist hundreds, if
not thousands of Bahamians
over his years of leadership
and public service.

“The Prime Minister’s love
and compassion for the
Bahamian people is second

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to none,” he said.

“There may be policy dif-:

ferences which divide politi-

cians, but any attack based «

upon an alleged lack of com-
passion is nothing short of
political posturing. There is

no question that, such an
attack upon the Prime Min-
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foundation and must be
viewed as merely the mani-.
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Services (EMS) responded and pronounced
the victim dead.

“At present, police are uncertain of the
circumstances surrounding this incident.
Investigations continue.”

Mr Rolle is said to have been a frequent
‘three by, four’ poker player on the local
circuit, and lived with his mother and
brother in Kemp Road, just north of St
James Road, and yards away from Shirley
Street.

‘It has been suggested to the police
‘investigating the murder that the shoot-
ing may have been a deliberate hit on the
young man, as sources claim he had‘been
involved in criminal activity associated
with one of the country’s most notorious
drug dealers.

Superintendent Leon Bethel, in charge
of the homicide division of the Central
Detective Unit (CDU), said his team of
investigators are appealing for informa-
tion to assist their investigations and ask
fot any information that may relate to the
murder to be submitted to the police as a

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By CELESTE NIXON
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cnixon@tribunemedia.net

THE National Stadium, given as a gift from
the Peoples Republic of China, is on schedule
to be turned over to the government in the
summer.

In a briefing session held yesterday morn-
ing at the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Cul-
ture on Thompson Blvd, Thomas A Robinson
National Stadium project manager Iram
Lewis said that the ‘National Stadium “will
be handed over the Bahamian government
on June 30”.

While the stadium will not be fully opera-
tional until early next year, Mr Lewis wanted
to assure the public of the facility’s prestige.

“The Bahamian people and the govern-
ment can look forward to a first class struc-
ture that will meet the practical requirements
of ouf national agenda,” said Mr Lewis.

When ground was broken on the project

in July 2009, the 158 Chinese workers archi-
tects and engineers faced rte sitt chal-
lenges.

“The soil itself was unstable anda @ater
table is very high in the area — 22 feet tnder-
ground of the stadium a cavity wa found, .
said Mr Lewis.

He said it took six months to lay 619 piles
on a stable layer further underground tocre-
ate a solid foundation for the massive struc-
ture, however building remained on sched-
ule.

According .to Mr Lewis, the couatry has
benefited from the construction of the stadi-
um, which involved $8 million spent on local
goods and services to date.

Once completed next year, the stadium will
be able to seat up to 15,000 and may also be
used as a hurricane shelter.

The stadium will feature two gient mega-
tron screens, luxury or sky boxes, devators,
concession areas, locker rooms, a first aid
department, and media and press bexes.

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plex centre for basketball, vol-
leyball and gymnastics.

@ A police station.

@ A healthcare and adminis-
tration building.

@ 12 new tennis courts.

. @ Diving facilities at the
aquatic centre.

@ The hot rod racing track
will be relocated, which will
include a sound barrier for the
protection of surrounding
neighbourhoods:

®@ Softball and baseball sta-
diums.

@ An American football
field.

@ A nine-hole golf course.

@ A venue for the Special’
Olympics. °

@ Cafes and concession
areas, and an athletes village to
accommodate those travelling
to the Bahamas.

Nick Dean, principal of Inte-
grated Building Services (IBS),
the engineering design and con-
sulting firm heading the pro-
ject, said the civil infrastructure

will be completed first to set
the stage for the complex.

SPORTS TOURISM

This will comprise site demo-
lition, improved road network
and parking, traffic and storm
water management, sewers,
water distribution and power,
landscaping and upgrading the
Yellow Elder Waste and Water
Treatment Plant (WWTP).

“The primary object for the
first phase of the project is to
provide adequate support of
the new stadium,” Mr Dean
said.

’. Phase one of the project,
‘which is hoped to begin in two

weeks when construction bids
for the project are decided, will
include the building of new
roadways and widening of Yel-

low Elder way to four lanes for.
traffic management, environ-’

mental management of Big
Pond to mitigate as much as
possible the effects of works,
the clean up of the dump site by
NIB and finally expanding and
upgrading the treatment capac-
ity of the Yellow Elder WWTP
so that water can be reused.
Mr Dean said it is hoped the
facility will be fully self-con-
tained, providing its own. power

and water and be mosty pedes-
trianised.

Nicole Campbell, pemanent
secretary for the Minstry of
Youth, Sports and-Cilture,
said: “The National Sadium
will be one componentof all-
encompassing facility forsports
in, the Bahamas”.

Charles Maynard, Mister
Youth, Sports and Cuture,
said: “The government teok a
holistic approach to projerly
plan the area - previoisly
licences were given out to \ari-
ous sporting entities.”

He added: “With limiied
land still available, we are tryng
to make the facility more futc-
tional and efficient.”

According to the Minister,
the new stadium will be finished
by early summer. However,
because of the grand scale of
the redevelopment project,
works the sports complex will
take up to two years to com-
plete.

. “It is a very exciting project
and will be a positive addition
to the general area” said Mr
Maynard. “aha ,

Mr Maynard was iuiable to
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RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

4 Bed 3 bath located on Lot No. 30, Block T Bahamia
Section 1 Subdivision. Appraisal TBA.



MARSH HARBOUR, ABACO

MULTI PURPOSE COMMERCIAL BUILDING
‘Known as Faith Convention Center.
Appraisal TBA.





FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA —

L.E.M. Plaza
Martin Town, Eight Mile Rock, Grand Bahama. Accommodations includes
three rental units. Appraised TBA.

Property comprises of 0.40 Acres
With 200 ft of canal frontage. Lot No. 18, Block No 1. Derby Subdivision, *
Unit No. 2. Freeport, Grand Bahama. Appraisal TBA.

Six-plex. This compiex is fairly new construction. The building contains (5) one
bedroom apartment unit. Owner side is (4) bedroom @) bath with a lot of extras.
Appraisal TBA. ;

2

Vacant
Three acre tract located Lot #29 Buicbancse Beach West near West End Gand
Bahama, Bahamas. Appraisal TBA.

Land & Building on Lots 2 & 3, Block “N” _Silk Cotton St and Forest Ave.
The Civic Industrial area subdivision.

NEW PROVIDENCE

Duplex
Nassau Village Subdivision. Lot #25 & 26, Block No. & eee TBA.

_ Three Apartment Buildings

Lot #1, 58 & 59 - Ferguson Terrace off Malcolm Road. Buildings A & B- Two.

duplexes comprising two bedrooms, one bathroom, living/dining room &
kitchen. Buildirig C: Triplex comprising 2-Bedrooms and 1-Bathroom
Apartments. Appraisal TBA.

Four Plex
Robinson Close Off McKinney | Drive, Carmichael Road, on a portion of land
Containing 11, tat sq ft., (3) Two bed 1 bath & (1) One bed, 1 bath. Appraisal
TBA.

Vacant Land - Hill 1 Top

Lot #12, Orange Hill #1 Subdivision 27,377 sq. ft. and about 1.0417 miles
west of Blake Road, or 1st Corner left after Kisskadee Dr. West Bay Street,
property located at southern end of road reservation. Appraisal TBA.

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

Vacant Land
Lot #1 Lake Cunningham Court. Vacant Land comprising 26,650 sq. ft. in
Mulit Family Zoning. Appraised Value TBA.

ABACO

Great Guana Cay, Abaco Cays
Colonial Style Commercial Building known as Art Café situate in the vicinity
_of the Public Dock the settlement of Guana Cay. Appraisal TBA.

Simmons Place
The Complex Consists of (5) Octagon Buildings. Three single storey buildings
and Two (2) storey buildings, known as Simmons Place. Appraisal TBA.

_EXUMA

: Single Family Residence

: Bahama Island Beach Section 3, Little Exuma Bahamas1974 sq ft building
} comprising of 6 bed, 2 bath on appeonimately 19, 700 sq. ft. of property.

: Appraisal TBA.

i approximately 17,807 sq ft
: Eleuthera. Appraisal TBA.

: Nicholls Town North Andros. All that Piece parcel or lot of land containing

i approximately 1.87 Acres. Property comprises of?(3) bedrooms, (2) bathroom home.
: Appraisal TBA.

Harbour Ridge - Exuma’

i This property comprises of 3 (2) Storey Villas with Ocean Views and are about
+ 70% completed. Each Villa consists of 3 bedrooms, 3 baths each at 1,352 sq.ft.
: Appraisal. TBA. , Bes deca

:

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|
_| Two. Storey Commercial Building, George Town, Exuma ze
: Top floor consist of 4, 2 bed 1 bath apartment, and 1 bed’1 bath apartment.
: Bottom floor houses five retail/office spaces. Appraisal TBA.

Vacant Waterfront Property, Grayville; Exuma. Appraisal TBA.

Bahama Sound of Exuma Ocean Addition Lots No. 14884 and 14885.
: Property Comprises of (8) apartment building. Appraisal TBA.

: (4) Building comprises of 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms .
: (2) Building comprises of 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom
: (2) Building comprises of 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom

| ELEUTHERA

: A single storey Commercial Building situated on Lot #90-D..
: Approximately 42,616 sq ft. in the settlement of Lower Bogue on the Island of’
.} Eleuthera. Appraisal TBA.

' A single storey Triplex Building (fully rented) situated on Lot #90-A

. in the settlement of Lower Bogue. on the Island of

: A vacant single Storey Structure Building situated on Lot #90-F
: Approximately 27,736 sq ft. in the settlement of Lower Bogue on the Island of
; Eleuthera. Appraisal TBA. ;

: Vacant Land |
: Lot #90-E. Approximately 16,521 sq ft. in the settlement of Lower Bogue on the Island
; of Eleuthera. Appraisal TBA.

: Vacant Land
; Lot #90-G. Approximately 18,826 sq ft. in the settlement of Lower Bogus on the
; Island of Eleuthera. Appraisal TBA. ;

: Vacant Land ,
i Lot #90-C. Approximately 21,430 sq ft. in the settlement of Lower Bogue on the Island
? of Eleuthera, Appraisal TBA.

: Vacant Land |
; Lot #90-B. Approximately 22,376 sq ft. in the settlement of Lower Bogue on the Island
: of Eleuthera. Appraisal TBA.

: Harbour Island
: Apartment Block on Lot #14, Nesbitt Street, Harbour Island. Property comprises of
: 0.3331 of an acre or 14,406. Appraisal TBA.

_ ANDROS ,
? Lot #99 Fresh Creek Central AndEee . |

Single family home property comprises of (4) Bedroom and (2) bathroom home, with
adjacent building which is being used for a wholesale/retail store. Appraisal TBA.

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FORMER dictator Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier waves to supporters from the balcony of a rented guest
house where he:is staying in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Friday Jan. 21, 2011. Duvalier returned Sunday to Haiti
after nearly 25 years in exile, a move that comés as his country struggles with a political crisis and the stalled
effort to recover from last year's devastating earthquake. Duvalier said Friday it was the earthquake that
brought him back to Haiti and that he wants to help with the Peone neem (AP).

Duvalier: ‘Not

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti
Associated Press

FORMER dictator Jean-

Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier
credits himself with starting
Haiti's democratic process
with his 1986 flight into exile
and did not inform anyone
that he would be coming back
last month, the returned
leader told Univison in.an

- interview scheduled to be



alte euesay night. ~

rege
judge's investigation into alle-
gations of corruption and

human rights abuses during:
_ his 15-year dictatorship. In his

first international interview
since his shock return from

_ France, Duvalier defended his

tule and said it is up to Haiti's
justice system to answer the
allegations against him.

"T was the one who started ~

a democratic process. When
they talk to me about tyranny
it makes me laugh, it gives me
the impression that people are
suffering from amnesia,"

Duvalier said. "They have |

forgotten the condition in
which I left Haiti. I left: vol-
me ... to Mat maj Or

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SQzyear- old former nes
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t-for life" faces.a..
quently telling Ortega’ to, go

disaster and facilitate a peace-" s

ful exit from the crisis.

. Asked how he hopes histo-
ry will remember him, he
"T think that is not
important."

Duvalier was interviewed
in French by Alicia Ortega, a
journalist from the neighbor:
ing Dominican Republic with
the channel Noticias SIN. An
advance transcript. translated
into Spanish was made avail-
able'to'The'Associated Press.
The former exile is often

on to the next question or that
he would like her next query
to. be the Jast.

He talked around several of
the most pressing matters. He
said he traveled to Haiti on a
renewed diplomatic passport,
but declined to explain who
gave it to him or when.

That's a thorny question in
Haiti as allies of one of Duva-

lier's chief political nemeses,

ex-President Jean-Bertrand
Aristide, are trying to get their
leader a diplomatic passport
to return from exile and alleg-
ing that Duvalier got special
treatment. Haitian govern-
ment ministers agreed, last
week that Aristide. would be

. eligible for a passport, but said

Monday that he has. not
applied for one.

Duyalier also told Ortega
that he had informed no,..one
of his return but assumed that
"information services" — in
France, it is implied by the
question — would have: been
aware that he was on his way
back. The first reports broke
while he was aboard an Air
France jet over the Atlantic
citing anonymous French offi-

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cials.

_ He was also circumspect
about his own political aspi-
rations. Duvaiier returned in

the midst of a political crisis in. ©

which President Rene Preval
has no clear successor days

‘before the constitution says

his term should expire.

"The only motive for my
return,... was to participate in
the commemoration’ (of the
January 2010 earthquake),
that'is-all: And help the Hait-
ian people face this situation,"

“he'said. He also that despite
‘his slurred ‘speech and shuf-

fling gait, he is in good health.

Amnesty International says
that during’ Duvalier's reign,
inherited from his brutal
father, Haiti suffered from sys-
tematic torture, extrajudicial
executions and the disappear-
ances of hundreds of people.
His Tonton Macoute militia
carried out widespread crimes
and abuses and repressed pro-
democracy and human rights
activists.

The interview is to air ona

, difficult day for the ex-leader.

Earlier Tuesday, U.N. High
Commissioner for Human
Rights Navi Pillay offered to

assist in his prosecution, say-

ing the. human rights viola-
tions Duvalier allegedly com-
mitted have no statute. of lim-
itations and Haiti is obligated

“to prosecute.

Hours before,.a new law
went into effect in Switzerland
allowing the government to
claim dictators’ funds deposit-
ed in their banks and believed
to be of criminal origin.

Duvalier allegedly has up
to $7.3 million deposited
there. The statute is dubbed
the "Duvalier law."

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DISTRESSED PROPERTIES LISTED FOR SALE

January 2011
Contact Numbers 393-2004

Lot #178, Colony Village Subdivision, N.P.

Split level house w / 3 efficiencies

Property Size: 7,632 sq.ft

Building Size: 3, 571 sq.ft

Appraised Value:$279,313.00

Enter Colony Village from Prince Charles Drive, heading
south Colony Village Road the property is the last
building on the right hand side before Malaysia Way
the corner'that leads into Elizabeth Estates.

Lot#26, Frelia Subdivision, N.P.

Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 5,000 sq.ft

Building Size: 1, 320 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $192,000.00

From Faith Avenue and Fire Trail east on Faith Avenue,
follow the curve around to the right (approximately 0.6
of a mile east of Faith Avenue take the first left into Frelia
Subdivision, then the first right and the subject property
is the last lots on the right.

Lot#320, Eastwood Estates Subdivision, N.P
Single Family Residence

2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom

Property Size:,6,000 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,110 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $226,220.00

From Prince Charles Drive turn north into Eastwood
Estates Subdivision travel north along Tulip Blvd to the
fourth corner on the left onto Gibben Road and travel
west to the third corher right (Petrea Street) turn right
onto Petrea Street and the subject is the fifth property
on the right or the fourth house. House#33 painted white
trimmed white..

Parcel of Land Romer Street Fox Hill, N.P.

Single Family Residence ;

(3) peqog , (1) Bathroom

Property Si ize: 4,961 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,014 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $115,000.00...

From Fox Hill Road turn:onto Romer Street (Church of
»God Prophecy and Fox Hill Community Centre Junction)
travel east on Romer Street to the third corner on the
right. Travel south to the fourth house on the left which
is ata dead end. The subject is a split level residence
painted blue and trimmed wile with a tiled entrance
patio.

Lot#14, Skull District, Eleuthera, N.P.
Vacant Land °

Property Size:10,000 sq.ft
Appraised Value: $30,500.00
Directions: Eleuthera

Parcel of land Deadman's Cay, rnd Island
Vacant Land

Property Size: 2 acres

Appraised Value: TBA

Directions: Long Island

Lot# 1 BIk# 4 Venice Bay Subdivision, N.P
Vacant Lahd (Multi Family Residential)
Property Size: 10,066 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $135,000.00 ;

. From Bacardi Rd and Carmichael Road, travel south on
Bacardi into Venice Bay Subdivision. After passing the
security, travel southwestward on Venice Bay Blvd. take
the first left, Deloris Dr. then third left, Misty Cay and the
subject property is the first on the right.




Lot#157, Knotts Boulevard & Zachary Lane Sec.#2, FP.
Duplex Apartment
Each Unit:- 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Property Size: 19,921 sq.ft
Building Size: 4,320 sq.ft
- Appraised Value: $230,000.00 / O.N.O.
Bahamia Terrace ee Grand Bahama

Lot#4, BIk#27 Manton Lane Freeport Grand Bahama
Incomplete Triplex Apartment i
2 - (3) Bedrooms, (2) Bathrooms
.1-(1) Bedroom, (1) Bathroom
Property Size:12,196 sq.ft
Building Size: 5,200 sqft
Appraised Vaiue: $138,000.00
Freeport Grand Bahama

* Lot Hospital Lane & Dillet Street
Single Family Residence/Multi Family Residence
1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom (lower level) 6 Egaroone, 1
Bathrooms (upper level)

‘. Property Size: 2;215 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,164'sq.ft

- Appraised Value: $197,000.00
From Blue Hill Road North, turn onto Meeting Street
travel West on Meeting street and the subject is on the
south-east corner of the first corner on the left, which
is Hospital Lane. The subject is a split-level residence

*painted.tan and trimmed white.

Lot# 2 offiHamster Road, N.P

Duplex Apartment

2 Bedrooms, 1 ‘Bathroom -

Property Size: 6,995 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,840 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $244,000.00

From fire Trail Road & Carmichael Road, travel north on
Fire Trial Road, take the first left, Shell-Fish Road, then
the first right Hamster Road, and the subject property
is the 6th building on the right past the first corner on
the right, Gabon Close.

Lot#18, Evansville Sub, N.P.

Duplex

2-Bedrooms, 1- Bathrooms Each °

Property Size: 7,328 sq.ft

Building Size: 1723 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $185,000.00

Travel west from Lazaretto Rd. on Carmichael Rd. to the
sixth roadway on the left. Travel south to the third roadway
on the left to the second house on the left. The subject
property is a single storey duplex painted rust trim white

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‘is the last lots on the right.











* property is on the left.

Lot#2527, Sir Lynden Pindling Estates Subdivision
Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size;5,040 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,136 sq.ft ;

Appraised Value: $163,048.00

Travel west on Charles W. Saunders Highway pass Sadie
Curtis.Primary turn left after the school and then an
immediate left onto a dirt road travel west on this road
to the T-junction and the subject is immediately opposite
the T-junction. The subject is painted tan and trimmed
tan.





Lot#4A situate Adderley Street, Fox Hill
Single Family Residence

Property Size:5,400 sq.ft

Building. Size: 928 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $132,000.00

From Bernard Road & Adderley Street (opposite the
entrance to St. Augustine's College) travel north on
Adderley Street, continue past the corner on the right
Dorsett Street, and the subject property is the first on
the right immediately past Liberty Baptist Church.





Lot#23 Malcolm Road East
Single Family Residence

2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Property Size: 6,000 sq.ft
Building Size: 860 sq.ft
Appraised value: $122,491.00

From East Street South - travel east along Malcolm Road

and turn right on Winder Terrace continue for about 200
ft and the subject property is on the left. The subject
property is pink with white trim.






Lot#26, Frelia Subdivision, N.P.
Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Property Size: 5,000.sq.ft

~ Building Size: 1,220 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $192,000.00

From Faith Avenue and Fire Trail east on Faith Avenue,
follow the curve around to the right (approximately 0.6
of amile east of Faith Avenue take the first left into Frelia
Subdivision, then the first:right and the subject property




Loti 529 Garden Hills No. 2 Subdivision, NP -
Single Family Residence

’ 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 6,000 sq.ft
Building Size: 1,740 sq.ft
Appraised Value: $179,318.00

Lot# 230 West Winds Subdivision, N. P
Vacant Land

Property Size: 14,320 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $275,000.00

Travel west on west Bay Street and turn into West Winds;
pass security gate and continue to 'T' junction. Turn left
and continue-around bend to next bend/curve and the
subject property is about 3,000 feet from bend on left

Lot # 21 Indigo Subdivision, N.P
Vacant Land (Single Family Residential) °

Property Size: 7,200 sq ~

Appraised Value: $324,000.00

From the round-about at Blake Road travel along West
Bay Street pass Orange Hill and turn left into Indigo.
After passing through security gate take the 1st

right and the subject property is the 9th lot on the left’










VACANT LAND

Appraisal Date: 04/15/2010

From Soldier Road travel north along Lady Slipper Avenue
and turn left on the 3rd corner (Frangipani Avenue); then
1st left (Dandelion Avenue) and the subject property is
the 6th on the left.













Lot#42, Foxdale Subdivision, N.P.'

Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 6,329 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,247 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $191,000.00

From Fox Hill Road and Bernard Road, travel west on
Bernard Road, take the first left Fox Drive then the third
right Sparrow Lane.and the subject property is the last
on the left.

















Lot#1267, Pinewood Gardens
Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2Bathrooms
Property Size: 5,000 sq.ft
Building Size: 1,000 sq.ft
Appraised Value: $108,000.00

Travel west on Pinewood Drive turn on to Willow Tree
Drive which is the 1st corner on the right side after the
Pinewood round about heading north on Willow Tree
Drive take the 3rd corner on the left side which is Sugar
Apple Street and the property is the 7th lot on the left
side the building is yellow trim white

















Lot# 1266, Pinewood Gardens, N.P.
Single Family Residence
3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Property Size: 5,000 sq.ft
Building Size: 1,035 sq.ft

- Appraised Value: $111,000.00
Turn north onto Willow Tree Ave. from Pinewood Drive.
Traveling north on Willow Trée Ave. turn through the 3rd











and the property is the 8th lot‘on ie left hand side. ©









Lot#18 Trelawny Garden Subdivision, NP
Single Family Residence
4- Bedrooms, 3- Bathrooms -
Property Size:6,670 sq ft<
Building Size:1 500 sq ft ,
Appraised Value: $179,000.00
From Farrington Road and Warren St, travel west on
_ Farrington Road to the first corner on the left (Trelawney
Place); continue south to the first corner on the right
and the subject is the second house on the right. The
subject is painted white and trimmed blue.










Lot#26, Winton Meadows Section#3,N.P.
Vacant Land

Property Size: 8,033 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $130,000.00

Travel east along Yamacraw Hill Road to Rugby Drive
the subject property is the fifth (5 the) lot east of Rigby
Drive to Yamacraw Hill Road.













Lot#2 Laval Estates, N.P
Vacant Land (Multi Family Residential)

Property Size: 5,756 sq.ft

Appraised Value:$80,000.00°

From Adelaide Village Road, travel east on Adelaide
Road, take the first left (unpaved road) and the subject
property is the third on the right.









Lot# 145 South Seas Subdivision
Vacant Land (Single family Residential)
Property Size: 7,087 sq.ft

Appraised Value:$85,000.00

APARTMENTS/CONDOMINIUMS

Crown Grant A4-60, off Carmichael Road, NP.
Duplex Apartment

Property Size: 4,988 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,830 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $233,000.00

Travel west on Carmichael Road; aiter passing the
entrance road to All Saints Camp; continue traveling
west and just before second corner on the left is an
unpaved easement between a fence and the second
corner; the subject is straight ahead about 50 yards on
the left. The subject is painted tan and trimmed white. -





Duplex Apartment

1 Unit - 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
2 Unit - 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom
Property. Size: 5,873.6 sq. ft
Building Size: 1,912 sq. ft
Appraised Value: $249,000.00
Sandilands Village Road from Fox Hill'road to the eighth
roadway on the left. Travel to the fifth lot on the right.
The subject property is lime green with white trim.





Lot of land located on the nothern side of Sandilands
Village Road, N.P .

Triplex Apartment .

2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom

Property Size: 10,320 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,700 sq.ft

Appraised Value $277,000.00

Heading west on Sandilands Willage Road from Fox Hill
Road, take the fourth corner on the right. The subject
property is the first building on the left, a single storey
triplex painted white with brown trim.








Lot# 100 Ridgeland Park West Subdivision, N. Pi
Duplex Apartment

Each unit has 2 bedrooms, 1 Bathroom
Property Size: 5,880 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,760 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $125,222.00

From the traffic light at east Street and Robinson Rd.
travel west along Robinson Road and turn left on
Collection Street; then right on Anthol Road then left on
Twin Close; continue to the dead end and the subject

Lot#209, Sunshine Park, N.P.

Four Plex Apartment

Property Size: 4,861 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,034 sq.ft

Appraised Value; $175,000.00

Heading south on Blue Hill Road take the 1st entrance
into Sunshine Park take the 1st corner on left (Murray




Lot# 12, Elma's Close, Sandilands Village Road,N.P

Street) the property i is the Sth building on left hand side
a the street. The building is blue trim it white.






Lot#25, Section "C", Garden Hills, N.P.
Triplex Apartment

1-2 Bedrooms, 1-Bathroom

2-'1 Bedroom, 1- Bathroom

Property Size: 7,500 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,846 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $416,206.00 O.N.O.
From Global Tiles on-East Street South, drive through
the side entrance and directly behind this structure and
the subject property is the split level structure immediately
behind it














Lot located Ferguson Street, Bain Town, N.P.
Triplex (2 live-in units and shop)
1-Bedroom, 1 Bathroom Each Unit

Property Size:5,249 sq.ft

Building Size:2,294 sq.ft

Appraised Value: TBA :

Travel west on Poinciana Drive, turn right on to Augusta
Street. Turn though second corner on the right (Ferguson
Street). As you turn on to Ferguson Street, the subject
property is located on the right side of the street:













Lot: Approximately 5,589 sq. ft North of Johnson Road
Duplex Apartment

2 - 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom Each

Property Size: 5,589 sq. ft

Building Size: 2,100 sq. ft

Appraised Value: $306,000.00

Traveling East on Bernard Road, turn north Adderley
Street (Opposite St. Augustine's College), continue north
on Adderley Street pass Step Street (which is on the -
curve) and make the first turn right onto Johnson Terrace.
Turn onto an unpaved road on the right (which is the first
corner on the right) At the T-junction turn right (heading
south) enter gates of privately owned is a duplex
residence colored gray with white trim.






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Lot#3, BIk#2, South Beach Estates, N. P
ase Apartment

1-2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms/ 1- 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom
Property Size: 6,000 sq.ft
Building Size: 2,248 sq.ft
Appraised Value: $216,000.00
Travel south on East Street South turn right onto
Pinewood Drive (intersection at the South Beach Police
Station) travel west on Pine way Drive after the first
corner on the left (Oleander Avenue), the subject is the
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Lot situate approximately 70 ft westward of Florida Court
Single Family Residence

4 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 6,000 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,750 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $227,000.00

Travel east on Balfour Avenue to the first right (Florida
Court) from Florida Court take the first right onto a 10ft
wide road reservation and the subject is the second
house on the left white trimmed grey.

Lot#3005, Sir Linden Pindling Estates, N.P
Single Family Residence

3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom

Property Size: 5,000 sq.ft

Building Size: 1, 153 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $154,000.00

» From Charles Saunders Highway enter Sir Lynden

Pindling Estates and travel south on Lady Marguerite -
Pindling Avenue to the second street on the left (Lauren
Street) travel east on Lauren street to the second corner
on left (Pear Tree Avenue); Travel north on Pear Tree
Avenue to the subject, the fifteenth property on the left.
The subject is lime green trimmed white.

Lot situated northern side of Victoria St & Lancaster Rd,
Ivanhoe Subdivision, N.P

4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms - Single Family Residence
Property Size: 12,651 sq.ft

Building Size: 3, 396 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $406,895.00

From Mackey Street and Windsor Road (by Wendy's
Restaurant) travel east on Windsor Road take the second
left to Victor Road, then the first right which is Lancaster
Road, the subject property is the first on the left on the
corner.

~ Loti 1001 Garden Hills No. 3 Subdivision, N.P

Single Family Residence

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 6,343 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,218 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $143,000.00

Traveling west along Independence Drive take the 2nd
comer on the left (Edelweis Avenue). Heading south take
the 1st right on to Margaret Lane. The subject is the last. -
house on the left. A single storey | residence painted
peach with white trim.

From-Carmichael Road travel south along Miller Road ’
(Bacardi Road) and turn left into Southern Seas Drive;
pass through security gate and turn right at 2nd Corner
(Eastwood Drive) continue to the 'T' Junction and the
subject property is the 3rd on the right from the 'T'

. Junction.

Lot# 18 Blk#2 Sea Breeze Estates, NP

Vacant Land (Single Family Residential)

Property Size:8,562 sq.ft

Appraised Value:$105,000.00

From Prince Charles Drive & Beatrice Avenue, travel
south on Beatrice Avenue , take :

the fourth right, Bay Cedar Avenue, then the fourth left,
Darling Plum Grove, and the ,

subject property is the second on the left. :

Parcel No. 3, Allotment No. 44 Kool Air Subdivision, N.P
Duplex Apartment

1 - 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms

1 - 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom

Property Size: 5,187 sq.ft

Building Size: 1,704 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $1 98,601.00

From the intersection at Joe Farrington/Yamacraw Hill
and Fox Hill Roads- travel south along Fox Hill Road

. and turn on 2nd right (Kool Air Sub. Rd.) continue to the

2nd left and the subject property is the - on the right.
White w/ grey trim

Unit#4, Hillcrest Tower Condominium, N. P.
Condominium

2 Bedroom, 2 Bathrooms

Unit Size: 1,110 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $99,767.00

Travel south on Collin Avenue td Third Terrace turn west
on-third terrace and the subject is contained within the
second building on the right which is a condominium
complex. The subject complex. The subject complex is
painted lime green and trimmed white.

Lot#11 Kool Winds Subdivision, N.P

2 Storey 8 Plex Apartment

All units are 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom

Property Size: 10,446 sq.ft

Building Size: 5,232 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $395,000.00 ‘

From the intersection of Fox Hill Road and Joe Farrington
Road travel south on Fox Hill Rd., take the first corner
on the right and the subject is the second property on
the left.

Lot# 10 & 11 Blk# 45 Nassau Village Subdivision
Duplex Apartment

Unit 1 - 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom

Unit 2 - 3 Bedroom 2 Bathrooms

Property Size: 5,000 sq.ft

Building Size: 2,096 sq.ft

Appraised Value: $236,715.00

From Soldier Road travel south along Taylor Street
(entrance into Nassau Village); continue across Alexandria
Boulevard and turn left onto Lawton Avenue, then right
on Jackson Street and the subject property is about 225
feet on the left. Green trim white. _

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Mubarak backers attack foes with firehombs, bricks:



CAIRO
Associated Press

THOUSANDS of support-
ers and opponents of President
Hosni Mubarak battled in
Cairo's main square Wednes-
day, raining stones, bottles and
firebombs on each other in
scenes of uncontrolled violence
as soldiers stood by without
intervening. Government back-
ers galloped in on horses and
camels, only to be dragged to,
the ground and beaten bloody.

At one of the fighting's front
lines, next to the famed Egypt-
ian Museum at the edge of
Tahrir Square, pro-government
rioters blanketed the rooftops
of nearby buildings and
dumped bricks and firebombs
onto the crowd below — in the
process setting a tree ablaze
inside the museum grounds.

Plainclothes police at the build-

ing entrances prevented anti-
Mubarak protesters from
storming up-to stop them.

The two sides pummeled
each other with hurled chunks
of concrete and bottles at each
of the six entrances to the

sprawling plaza, where the
10,000 anti-Mubarak protest-
ers tried to fend off the more
than 3,000 attackers. who
besieged the.square. Some on
the pro-government side waved
machetes, while the square's
defenders filled the air with a
ringing battlefield din by bang-
ing metal fences with sticks.
The protesters accused
Mubarak's regime of unleash-
ing a force of paid thugs and
plainclothes police to crush
their unprecedented 9-day-old
movement demanding his
ouster, a day after the 82-year-
old president refused to step
down. They showed off police
ID badges they said were wrest-
ed off their attackers.
"After our revolution, they
want to serid people here to
ruin it for us," said Ahmed

' Abdullah, a 47-year-old lawyer

in the square. "Why do they
want us to be at each other's
throats, with the whole world
watching us."

Another man shrieked

through a loudspeaker, "Hosni |

has opened the door for these
thugs to attack us."

Amid the mayhem, the anti-
Mubarak camp turned the inte-
rior of the square into a sup-
port base: Dozens of men and
women pried up the sidewalk
with bars, broke it into pieces
and ferried the piles of ammu-
nition in canvas sheets to their
colleagues at the front. Others
directed fighters to streets need-
ing reinforcements. Entrances
to a subway station under the
square were turned into
impromptu prisons, with seized
attackers tied up and held at
the bottom of the stairs.

The health | minister
announced one dead — a per-

son in civilian clothes who may.

have been a policeman fell off a
nearby bridge — and nearly 600

injured. Bloodied young men’

staggered or were carried into
makeshift clinics set up in
mosques and alleyways by the
anti-government side.
Protesters pleaded for pro-
tection from soldiers stationed
at the square, who refused. Sol-
diers did nothing to stop the
violence beyond firing an occa-
sional shot in the air and no
uniformed police were in sight.

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AN ANTI-GOVERNMENT demonstrator, wounded during clashes with ;
pro-government protesters, waits to be seen at a makeshift medical
triage station, near Tahrir square, the center of anti-government
demonstrations, in Cairo, Egypt, on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011. (AP)

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti

| Associated Press

AUN. official is offering

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dictator Jean-Claude "Baby
Doc" Duvalier.

High Commissioner for
Human Rights Navi Pillay

| says that the human rights
_ violations Duvalier allegedly
/ committed have no statute

of limitations and Haiti is
obligated to prosecute.
Duvalier stunned
observers by returning to
Haiti in January after 25

_ years in exile. Lawsuits were

filed after his arrival.

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Tuesday, the same day a law

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_ bear (3) _ | 20 ‘Requirements of necessity | ‘ oe 2 ee ae a ; with the intention of subsequently bid economically, even at the cost of
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opinion (3) x 9 French wine- 4 Crevice (6) bid diamonds first, followed by like a one-notrump bid, but you can’t
wi producing area (9) 5 Irreverence (7) hearts, the same would not be true. make that bid with 18 points.
me 10 sud con 6 : co 2. One notrump. It is far better to ‘It may seem harmless to exceed the
; : soa sa 1 ardens rul open with one notrump than one dia- _ normal limit by only a point, but one
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Lilian, 14 Trader, 17 Tidal, 19 12 Trench, 14 Becalm, 17 Begin, person (6) 14 Diffidence (7) and 15 to 7 points, not to mention __ easily be lost if the point-count range
Warpath, 21 Engaged, 22 Slump, 19 Reserve, 21 Cholera, 22 Atlas, 18 Fortunate (5) 16 Obedient to the incidental advantage of making it became elastic at the whim of the
23 Pedestrian. 23 Side-effect. 19 Audibly (3,4) discipline (7) more difficult for the opposition to opener. The excess values above an
21 Cathedral of Paris } 17 Turning on an axis enter the bidding. opening one-notrump bid can be
Down: 2 Liberal, 3 Untie, 4 Trysts, _ Down: 2 Outrage, 3 Treat, 4 (5,4) (6) A diamond opening is likely to cre- shown by jumping to two notrump at
5 Amateur, 6 Ennui, 7 Editorship, 8 Enable, 5 Isolate, 6 Leave, 7 23 Earth’s atmosphere }| 18 Execute without ate later bidding problems. For your next tum.
Open letter, 13 Alleged, 15 Dracula, | Bottomless, 8 Back-to-back, 13 (3) legal sanction (5) ; :
16 Swedes, 18 Dig up, 20 Riser. Contend, 15 Acrylic, 16 Ornate, 24 Integrity (7) 20 To set foot (5) Tomorrow: Step-by-step reasoning.
18 Gross, 20 Staff. 25 Disparage (5) 22 Yellowish brown ©2011 King Features Syndicate Inc.

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Bahamas ‘third
most infleyitie’
On public spend
in Caribbean

Former finance minster
says government
spending and taxation
picture ‘not sustainable’,
and Bahamas ‘must take
long, hard look at

fiscal reform’



JAMES SMITH

By NEIL HARTNELL

The:Bahamas “must take

a long, hard look at fiscal
reform”, a former finance
‘minister has warned,
because the current taxa- °
tion and spending levels -
“are not sustainable, a
study having shown this

nation’s public expenditure :

is the ‘third most inflexible’

in the Caribbean region.
James Smith, minister of

state for finance under the

2002-2007 Christie govern- i end, its chief executive told

i Tribune Business yesterday,
‘} in a move to lock-in lower
i prices ahead of anticipated

ment, said the findings of
the study, which was pre-

- sented at the International
Monetary Fund (IMF)
organised Options for the

Financial Crisis conference
last month, came as little
surprise to him.

The paper, by Carlos
Elias and Jennifer Sobot-
ka, which assessed the
prospects for developing
an insurance programme
to protect Caribbean

SEE page 6B

US AG demands

By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business Editor

A US deputy attorney gen- :
eral has moved to re-open the :
bankruptcy case of a convict- }

ed multi-million dollar fraud- } ? have a large variety of prod-

mated $6.4 million held i ina : ucts, and a wide product

. trust looked

Ster, in a bid to seize the esti-

after by a
leading
Bahamian
attorney, who
she alleges
has “failed
and refused
to repatriate”
the trust
assets to the
US. q

MICHAEL
PATON

in the Cardinal Trust.

The trustee is Queensway
Trustees, and Ms Lascurain :
alleged that it, “through its :

SEE page 9B

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Anna Lascurain, the New :
Jersey deputy attorney gen- }
eral, appeared before the }
state’s federal bankruptcy :
court on Monday to argue :
that the former Chapter 11 :
bankruptcy case of $75 mil- : |
lion fraudster, Robert Bren- :
nan, be re-opened with a view :
to recovering the assets held :



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FEBRUARY 3,



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Mortgage loans:
20%+ in arrears



|B Value of mortgage arrears and non-performing home

loans more than doubles in five years, as recession bites
households and $3bn portfolio
8 More than $1 out of every $10 lent by Bahamian

_ commercial banks for mortgages now non-performing

i By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor.

The value of mortgage

? loan arrears and non-per-
: forming home loans in the
: Bahamas have both more
| ; than doubled in percentage
| : terms over_a five-year peri-
|: od, data obtained by Tri-
| | bune Business shows, with
:_ more than 20 per cent of the
: almost $3 billion worth of
| } mortgages now in default.

Some 20.71 per cent of

i that $2.984 billion sum lent
: in mortgage loans was in
: default at end-2010, the data
: reveals, meaning the credit
: involved was at least 30 days
: -past due. That level of mort-
Tribune Business Editor — :

gage arrears had increased
from 8.83 per cent of the
total.sum lent in 2005 to
10.44 per cent in 2007, 13.24

per cent in 2008 and 18.46

per cent in 2009.

The figures mean that $1»

out of every $5 in outstand-
ing mortgage loans is now
in default, that 20.71 per
cent, figure not far off
tripling the 7.23 per cent low
that was achieved in 2006.
As for non-accrual mort-
gage loans, meaning home
loans that are 90 days or

_more past due, and upon

which the banks -have
stopped accruing interest,
some 10.22 per cent of that
$2.984 billion sum is in this

AML FOODS $1M ‘ABOVE

NORMAL’ IN INVENTORY BUY

By NEIL HARTNELL
; Tribune Business Editor

AML Foods went: above
“normal levels” to invest an

: extra $1 million in inventory

: prior to its fiscal 2011 year-

i food and energy cost

Caribbean After the Global increases.

Gavin Watchorn, whos is

? also AML Foods’ president,
i said the 2011 year-end finan- .
: cials would show a corre-
: sponding decrease in the
: BISX-listed food group’s |
i year-end cash position due ©
; to the increased non-perish-
; able inventory purchase, as
: margins in the food retail
i sector continue to come
: under
increased competition and
is .. {| imput price increases.
Attorney $ wait : cent gross margin decline in
anil see’ on new ; its fiscal 2011 third quarter,
: administrative expenses for
: the same three-month peri-
: od to end-October 2010 also
i rose due to increased utility
? costs.
i “Margins are under pres-
: sure not only from rising
: FOB costs, but competition

pressure. from

AML Foods saw a 0.6 per

: while selling, general and - |

; putting pressure on mar-
? gins,” Mr Watchorn told
: Tribune Business. “But we

:_ base, that evens out margins.

SEE page 7B

party ‘and
> responsible
from the daily ref



* * Move done to mitigate
anticipated price rises this
quarter

* Firm’s capital budget
$1.$1.5m per year

* Wide product base enables
company to absorb costs
and maintain margins,
despite 0.6% margin drop
in Q3

* Transaction counts and
average customer spend up

category. This means that
more than $1 out of every
$10 lent in mortgage loans
is non-performing.

The statistics show the
depth of the recession’s
impact on Bahamian house-
holds, and have worrying
implications not just for
their financial sustainability
but the construction and
banking industries, plus the
dream of Bahamian home
ownership.

Non-accrual mortgage
loans, in percentage terms,
actually fell from 4 per cent
to 3.53 per cent between
2005 and 2006, but started

SEE page 9B



GAVIN WATCHORN

We’re staying
’ the course.”

: By NEIL HARTNELL .
_ Tribune Business Editor :

Apply online or at
your nearest branch.

US exports
to Bahamas
strike $3bn

Surprise at figures, with Bahamian exports
at second highest level of $720.8 in 2010

By ALISON LOWE
Business Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net

The latest figures from the US government suggest |
that American exports to the Bahamas are at their high-
est level ever.- reaching $3 billion in the first 11 months
of 2010 - despite indicators suggesting this nation’s con-—
sumption and economic activity is down.

Given the Bahamas’ present population of 353,658, as
measured in the recent population census, the figures
would equate to an average spend of $8,500 per person in
the Bahamas on US goods in 2010, although this does not
take into consideration how much was consumed by
tourists.

The $3 billion of exports from the US to the Bahamas
in 2010 (to November of that year, the last available
month for which data was recorded), is 19.8 per cent
higher than in 2009, 8.7 per cent higher than in 2008,
21.5 per cent higher than in 2007 and 31 per cent above
the value of that which was exported in 2006.

Bahamian exports to the US were also at their second
highest level ever, lower only than in 2009. The Census

SEE page 4B



AML FOODS Q4 SALES GROW

9% ‘ACROSS THE BOARD’

~ * BlSX-listed food group set to

create almost 100 jobs in 2011,
_ AML Foods said yesterday



Gavin Watchorn, who is also
the BISX-listed food retail
group’s president, told this

_ newspaper that the 9 per cent

SEE page 10B

‘total group sales increased by 9 with 70-75 a Solomon : Fest:

_ per cent “across the board” Market and 20 at new Domino’s
during the just-closed fourth — gyffet
quarter, its chief executive
telling Tribune Business the * Company says tured the
company would likely pay a sats ;
year-end dividend “at least” the pia ou decline in Q5, despite
same as 2010’s $0.04 per share. 64% profit drop

* Net income off 69% for year-to-
date, but year-end dividend likely

* $0.5m already spent on Fresh

Market, with $400k Solomon’s
Freepott expansion complete

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Desktop publishing is ‘graphically’ different

Idus Corpo-

ration

founder,

Paul Brain-
erd, is generally credited for
coining the phrase: “Desk-
top publishing." Before the
invention of desktop pub-
lishing software, both graph-
ic design and prepress tasks
were done manually, which
sometimes leads to confu-
sion about what desktop
publishing is and how it is
prepared.

Desktop publishing began
in 1985 with the introduc-
tion of PageMaker software
from Aldus, and the Laser-
Writer printer from Apple

Computer for the Apple
Macintosh computer.
Graphic design and desk-
top publishing share so
many similarities that people
often use the terms inter-
changeably. There's not
really anything terribly
wrong with that, but it is
helpful to know and under-
stand how they differ, and
how some people use and
bamboozle the terms. So
what is the difference
between graphic design and
desktop publishing? |
The short answer is that
graphic design is the process
and art of combining text
and graphics, communicat-
ing an effective message in
the design of logos, graphics,

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type of visual communica-
tion. Graphic design and.
desktop publishing are often
used interchangeably but, in

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part since it is an activity
also used by non-designers,
desktop publishing is often
considered a lesser activity
than graphic design.

By virtue of this fact,

graphic design is all around.

us. It is in our morning
papers, on our commute to
work, and on the cover of
our favourite books. The
most common _ forms
include: logos, websites busi-

‘ .
ness cards, advertisements,

book design, brochures, bill-
boards, product packaging,
posters, magazine layout,
newspaper layout, greeting
cards, ticket stubs, credit
cards and countless other
products and every day

‘items.

On the face of it, graphic
design requires that the
advocate continually keep
up to date with the devel-
opment of new and updated

' software via software train-

ing programs. Contrary to
popular belief, owning a
copy of the Adobe Photo-
shop software does not nec-

essarily complete the job.
The use of creativity and
resourcefulness can.

Owing to their similarities,
graphic design and desktop
publishing may seem one
and the same, and the terms
are often confused and used
as substitutes for one anoth-
er. Yet we can see that
graphic design involves the
creation of visuals through a
mix of text and graphics to
communicate a message
effectively. When compar-
ing these two definitions,
several key elements differ.
Let us take a look at these
differences in terms of the
concept, purpose and prod-
uct. - ;

Concept

One of the inherent dif-
ferences between graphic
design and desktop publish-
ing is that graphic design
emphasises the thinking
process. For example, it can
be said that graphic design-
ing focuses more on the
process of generating a
product, while desktop pub-
lishing focuses on the actual
production of the product.

Purpose

The purpose behind
graphic design is not only to
beautify the product, but
also. to convey a specific

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message effectively. How-
ever, the purpose is merely .
to transform ideas into com-
puter documents. For exam-
ple, in graphic design the
designer has to work within
the limits created in terms
of the message and the
design of the product,

whereas desktop publishing,

being open to both designers
and non-designers, faces
fewer limitations in the
design of a product.

Product

Products of graphic design
generally have a stronger
element of professionalism
than those of desktop pub-
lishing. Graphic design is
usually conducted by pro-
fessional designers, while the
use of desktop publishing in
creating products is open to
both designers and ama-
teurs.

Shifting gears, this list will
aid in combating desktop
publishing and graphic
design misconceptions and
fallacies. Desktop publish-
ing is just another name for
graphic design. Graphic
design has been around
much longer than desktop
publishing but, nevertheless,
desktop publishing is simply
a software tool that trans-
lates concepts and ideas into
the proper format for print-
ing.

Desktop publishing is
amateur design: Absolutely
not. Desktop publishing by
itself isn't design; actually,
it is the vision and skill of
the individual using desktop
publishing software that
determines the quality of the
output. If truth be told,
desktop publishing software
can be used for creating

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i as
Private sector role urged

on vehicle duty calculation

By ALISON LOWE
Business Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net

Private sector stakeholders
should be invited to play a
role in a Customs ‘Commis-
sion’ that would help deter-
mine the import duty and
Stamp Tax rated to be levied
on vehicle imports to the
Bahamas, a car dealer has
charged.

Brent Fox, owner of Mon-
tague Motors, said he was fed
up with his business being

hammered on all sides by oth--

er.dealers, who are under
investigation by the Customs
Department for suspected
false invoicing on imported
cars, and by other dealers he
alleges are being allowed to
pay less duty than they should
because the the prices he buys
his used cars for in Japan are
used as a benchmark for the
industry.

“T’m the only one who goes
to Japan to buy the cars, so I
really know what these cars
are selling for and I’m getting
them slightly cheaper than the
rest of them by cutting out
the middlemen. But whenev-
er I submit my documents
showing what I’m paying,
Customs say: ‘Well, we’re
’ accepting this from (price)
from Montague Motors’ and
then people who should pay-

ing a lot more are able to
come along and claim that
they are paying the same
prices as me and pay less
duty,” said Mr Fox.

He suggested that in this
way his competitive advan-
tage is being unfairly eroded
by the lack of due diligence
on the part of the Customs
Department, as it seeks to
determine what tax it should
collect from importers.

Meanwhile, Mr Fox yester-
day rejected claims made by
the Comptroller of Customs,
Glenn Gomez, that it was
possible several new entrants
into the used-car importation
business in the Bahamas may
be présenting lower-valued
invoices than their competi-
tors because they have found
a legitimately cheaper way to
source their cars from Japan.

In an interview with Tri-
bune Business on Monday,
Mr Gomez said that based on
information brought to -his
Department’s attention,

‘investigations were looking

into the possibility that some
car dealers were presenting
under-valued invoices for
vehicles they were seeking to
import - with the price they
paid for the car adjusted
downwards significantly to
avoid paying the full tax
owed..:

But, according to Mr
Gomez, no conclusive evi-

dence has been uncovered to
support\allegations of under-
invoicing. Instead, he sug-
gested that the dealers may
have found “an avenue of
which others were not aware”

to source their Japanese used-

cars. However, he claimed
with this not fully determined,
these importers are being
made to pay the same duty as
their competitors.

Mr Fox said it was impossi-
ble that anyone could buy the
cars for cheaper than he can.
All used Japanese cars are
sold via a government-regu-
lated auction, with prices.for
all transactions recorded and
accessible.

The only reductions in cost
that might be achieved, he
said, are if a dealer is able to
travel to Japan to buy the cars
himself. Mr Fox claims he is
the only person in his industry
in the Bahamas who does this.

The auto dealer said it
appears that Customs is either
incapable of, or unwilling, to
do the research necessary to

find out what is reasonable .

for people importing cars to
pay for the vehicles .

“The only way customs can
be honest is to have someone
from this sector sitting in and
reviewing the prices. Only if
someone from our side has a
say are people going to be
kept honest,” said Mr Fox.

Kerzner’s $3hn debt issue on centre stage

By ALISON LOWE
Business Reporter
alowe@tribunemedia.net

International caabysts have suiguestod that
Kerzner International, owner of Paradise
Island’s Atlantis and One & Only Ocean Club
resorts, is facing challenges in restructuring
$3 billion in debt that is due to mature in Sep-

tember.

Atlantis and a surrounding 76 acres ; of unde-
veloped land ‘on Paradise Island are among
the assets held as collateral for $2.6 billion in

mortgages obtained. by Sol Kerzner and his’

private equity investors when they bought out
Kerzner International Resorts in 2006, taking
it private and removing it from the New York

Stock Exchange (NYSE).

‘While that debt is due to be repaid by Sep-
tember this year, reports in the Wall Street
Journal (WSJ) are claiming that a “cadre of
restructuring advisers” have been hired to help

rework what ultimately amounts to almost $3

billion in debt owed-to numerous investors.

SEE page 14B

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Kingsway Academy, a leading Bahamian (K-12)
reputation for excellence in academics,

ANNOUNCEMENT

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school with a

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commitment to Christian’ values; and a strong tradition of public

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is inviting public school students ‘entering Grade 10 in

September 2011 to apply for 2 (two) prestigious 3-year scholarships.

(A) The Grace Tatham Kemp Scholarship
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performance.

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Named in honour of one of Kingsway’s earliest building contractors and
a former member of the Board, Mr. Ned Wallace. This scholarship is for a
well-rounded student with proven, strong academic and sports performance.

Interested students should submit:

° Completed Kingsway High School Application Form, available at the
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¢ Recommendation letter from your school’s Principal

* Recommendation letter from your school’s Coach if applying for the
sports scholarship

¢ Personal statement sharing your school, church and. community

_ involvement, as well as your plans for the future.

Transcript of your last 3 (three) academic years (Grades 7, 8 and 9 to
date). Transcripts will only be considered valid if they are submitted in
your school’s sealed envelop.

Note: Short-listed candidates will be invited to sit the scholarship
examination and appear at an interview. |

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Director of Sales and Marketing
The Broadcasting Corporation of the Bahamas invite

applications from suitably qualified individuals to fill the
post of Director Sales and Marketing.

‘We are looking for demonstrated ability to grow and

develop sales revenue and initiate marketing ideas with a
public service .outlook within a highly competitive
broadcast sector.

The ideal candidates must possess excellent oral and

written communication skills, demonstrate ability to
increase revenue and have effective presentation and

/ strong analytical skills. Must be self motivated, with

proven ability as a team builder and leader. Proficiency
with Microsoft office, Excel and PowerPoint and ability to
generate creative ideas are pluses. The candidate will
report to the General Manager.

Candidates should, possess a Bachelors Degree in
Marketing or Business Administration with 5 - 7 years
experience in related field

The Corporation offers competitive ae and benefits
package

Applications should be submitted
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Director Human Resources
P.0.Box N-1347
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S exports to the Bahamas strike $3bn

entered the US from the
Bahamas.

Khaalis Rolle, chairman
of the Bahamas Chamber of
Commerce and Employers

FROM page 1B

Bureau records that to
November 2010, $720.8 mil-
lion worth of exports had

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Confederation, yesterday
expressed surprise at the fig-
ures and suggested he would
need to take a closer look,
given that all other indica-
tors would suggest con-
sumption would today be
considerably lower than in
the period prior to the 2008
financial crash and subse-
quent economic downturn.

James Smith, former min-

ister of state for finance
under the Christie Adminis-
tration, also asked to take a
closer look before respond-
ing.
Minister of State for

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did not return this newspa-
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for input.

It is not clear from the fig-
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In Voluntary liquidation

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with Section

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struck off the Register according to the Certificate of
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Bahamas.

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The Baskof Nowa Soota Tout Coepiey Date: Weduesday, February 9, 2011 public spending levels in the Trinidad & Tobago, but bet- Government’s only response
moos reaper any event of a natural disaster, ter than St Kitts and had been to hold back on
Tine: I2Nhpm =. General Meeting used a ‘Fiscal Rigidity Index’ Jamaica, both of which have _ increments and staff increas-
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pupil Spencine: ge sould informed by Tribune Busi- _bune Business. “If you were
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2011, PAGE 7B



AML FOODS $1M ‘ABOVE

FROM page 1B

“We have the ability to absorb price
increases and not pass them On to con-
sumers, because we have the other product
lines that can absorb that margin pressure.

“It allows us to absorb cost increases bet-
ter than some of ot competitors.

“No one wants to see rising food costs to
the consumer, and most players in the indus-
try are conscious of that, and are doing what
they can to keep groceries affordable to
Bahamian consumers.

“They may be making a little less margin
to keep groceries affordable.”

In a bid to manage costs, and given the
projected increases in food and energy prices
for later in 2011, Mr Watchorn said AML
Foods had put out forward contracts to lock-
in cheaper inventory now.

“The January numbers will reflect that
boost to inventory quite a bit,” Mr Watchorn
told Tribune Business, “as we took advan-
tage of lower prices, and realised prices were





NORMAL’ IN INVENTORY BUY

likely to rise. We invested $1 million in
inventory above normal levels.
“Our January numbers will show an

increase inventory and a corresponding

decrease in cash, because the cash was used
up front:

Increases

“But we thought it was the right thing,
and it had a lot to do with the cost increases
anticipated for the 2012 first quarter.”

Although he possessed no figures to deter-

mine the percentage increase in utility costs '
that AML Foods had started to experience

SUPREME COURT”

_ COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMA 7 2020
{N THE SUPREME CQURT JAN? $ 20H No.CLE/GEN/ 01699
Common Law & Equity Division NASSAU, BAHAMAS ,

| BETWEEN

| BONNANT WARLUZEL & ASSOCIES, a Firm ;
3 Plaintiff
AND , '
AMIR WEISSFISCH
Defendant
ORDER

BEFORE the Deputy Registrar Mr. Ernie Wallace in chambers

UPON THE, APPLICATION OF THE PLAINTIFF by Ex Parte Summons filed on 27" January,

2011,

AND UPON READING the: Affidavit of Simon E Darville sworn and filed neva on 27°

January, 2011.

AND UPON HEARING the Attorney for the Plaintiff Carol D. Misiewicz,

ml iS ORDERED THAT service of the said Writ:of. Summons be effected by the publication by

' advertisement of the said Writ of Summons and of this Order on three days in two
consecutive weeks in each of the following. newspapers, namely The Nassau Guardian and

during the fiscal 2011 third and fourth quar-
ters, Mr Watchorn said the rise was probably
around 5-6 per cent year-over-year.

Revealing that AML Foods’ annual capi-
tal expenditure budget was around $1-$1.5
million, Mr Watchorn said the BISX-listed
food group had been able to mitigate rising
energy costs through its work on “energy
efficiency, energy reduction”.

“Much of the capital expenditure last year
was replacing old equipment with efficient
equipment,” he added, AML Foods having
targeted the likes of meat display and coffin
cases for replacement, a move in line with its
‘green’ focus. .

A key feature of its capital investment
plans over the 2011-2013 period, Mr
Watchorn said, will be to replace old equip-
ment with new, thus reducing maintenance
costs and enhancing efficiency.

The AML Foods chief executive said he
and his management team were taking fur-

‘ther encouragement from the fact that both

financial numbers and internal research
showed “more people are coming back to
doing all their shopping with us”, rather
than shopping around at a variety of stores
to access all the specials.

“From the end of the second quarter
onwards”, Mr Watchorn said, AML Foods
had seen “consistent increases” in both
transaction volumes and per customer aver-
age spend, “which shows people see us as
offering good value”.

“We’ve always been very ‘good at man-
aging expenses,” Mr Watchorn said. “We
run a very lean machine here, and it’s only
when utility costs pressures come into play
that you see a movement on the expense
line.”

‘STATEMENT OF CLAIM
1. The Plaintiff is a law firm carrying on a legal practice from their offices situate in

Geneva, Switzerland.

2. The Defendant is a resident of the Bahamas, residing at Bacardi House, Columbia
Road, Lyford Cay, New Providence, Bahamas.

3. By an agreement in writing dated 26" July 2010(“the agreement’), he Plaintiff ogress to
provide legal services to the Defendant by representing him in an appeal to the Swiss
Federat Court in Geneva, Switzerland, in consideration for which the Defendant agreed
to pay for such services on a time spent basis at the usual hourly professional rates of
certain pariners and associates of the firrn having the conduct of the appeal, together
with related disbursements including the engagerrient of agents to translate relevant
documents into the French language for the appeal.

4. itwas a condition of the agreement that the Defendant should pay for the said legal
services (“the legal services”) as billed on a monthly basis by the Plaintiff and should
pay an advance retainer of Thirty Thousand United States dollars (US$30,000.00) to the
Plaintiff, to be applied by the Plaintiff towards payment of the legal services as they
arose, which retainer was duly paid by the Defendant.

5. The Plaintiff provided the legal services to the Defendant in the period between the 23rd
July 2010 and the 30” October 2010 and billed the Defendant on a monthly basis
pursuant to the agreement by invoices respectively dated 31° August, 1" October and

-31* October, 2010. After applying the said retainer, the balance due to the Plaintiff is the
sum of One Hundred and Eleven Thousand Six Hundred and Fifty-four Swiss france

(CHF 114,654).

6. In breach of the agreement, the Defendant has failed and/or refused to pay the said
balance remaining due to the Plaintiff, notwithstanding several demands for payment
made to the Defendant by the Plaintiff, ending with a demand letter from the Plaintiff's
Bahamian attorneys dated 8" December 2010,

7. inthe circumstances, the Plaintiff has suffered loss and damage.

The Tribune and that the said publication be deemed good. and sufficient service of the said

Writ of Summons on the Defendant.

Dated this 28" day of January, 2011.

BY ORDER OF THE COURT

‘ Dn etn bee Rivee
REGISTRAR +> ~

COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS REME Courr 2010




IN THE SUPREME COURT
: : CLE/GENINo. 01699

Common Law & Equity Division

BETWEEN

BONNANT WARLUZEL & ASSGCIES, a Firm
Plaintiff
AND
‘ : AMIR WEISSFISCH
Defendant

Elizabeth THE SECOND by the Grace of Gad, Queen of the Commonwealth of ‘The Bahamas and of her
other realms and territories, Head of the Commonwealth. -

To: Mr Amir Weissfisch,
Bacardi House,
Columbia Road,
Lyford Cay,

New Providence,
Bahamas.

WE COMMAND YOU That within 14 days after service of this writ on you inclusive of the day of stich
service you do cause an pc elas to be entered for you in an action at the suit of

Bonnant Warluzel & Associes,
Advocates & Altorneys,
. 12 Rue de Saint-Victor,

Case Postal 473,

1211 Geneva 12,

Switzerland.
And take notice that in default of your so doing the Plaintiff may proceed therein, and judgment may be:
given in-your absence.

WITNESS The’ Honourable
Qur Chief Justice of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas the 20th day of December
of Our Lord Two Thousand and Ten.

in the year

REGISTRAR

N.B.- This Writ is to be served within twelve calendar months from the date thereof, or, if renewed,
within six calendar months from the date of the last renewal, including the day of such date, and
not afterwards

The defendant may enter appearance personally or by attorney either by handing the appropriate
forms, duly completed, at the Registry of the Supreme Court, Public Square, in the City of
Nassau in the island of New Providence, ar by sending them to that office by post.

If the defendant enters an appearance he must also deliver a defence to: the attorney for the plaintiff
within fourteen days from the last day of the time limited for appearance, unless such time is extended by
the Court, otherwise judgement may be entered against him without notice, unless he has in the meantime
been served with 4 summons for judgment.





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Particul f

) Balencs due for iegal services .as aforesaid, namely CHF(Swiss francs} 444 (654;
ome ‘ - Interest thereon pursuant to the Civil Procedure (Award of Interest) Act, 1992:

AND THE PLAINTIFF CLAIMS:-

o The said sum of CHF(Swiss francs) 117,654, being alas to US$113,168.91 as at
the date hereof;

{ii} Interest thereon as aforesaid;

(ili) Costs;

{iv) Such further or other relief as: the Court may deem just or expedient.

Dated the 20" day of December, A.D. 2010.

Dit i... 24

Sor . . Reberts,lgaacs & Ward,
: Counsel & Attorneys,
. Chambers, _
The Rigarno Building,
Bay Street & Victoria Avenue,
Nassau,Bahamas.

Attorneys for the Plaintiff




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ASUPREME COURT
JAN20 208





COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAR
IN THE SUPREME COURT
Common Law & Equity Division. NASSAU, BAHAMAS
BETWEEN |
BONNANT WARLUZEL & ASSOCIES, a Firm -
Plaintiff

AND

AMIR WEISSFISCH
Defendant

NOTICE OF CHANGE OF ATTORNEY |
TAKE NOTICE that MISIEWICZ & CO., Chambers, Suite No. 7, Grosvenor Close &



Shirley Street, Nassau, The Bahamas has been appointed to act as Attorney for BONNANT
WARLUZEL & ASSOCIES, a Finn, the Plaintiff in this matter instead of ROBERTS, ISAACS

& WARD., the Rigarno Building, Bay Street North and Victoria Avenue, Nassau, The Bahamas.

Dated this 19" day of January, A. D., 2011

| hy 2 .&
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Chambers, Suite No. 7

Grosvenor Close & Shirley Street
Nassau, The Bahamas
Attorneys for the Plaintiff

TO: The Defendant and/or his Attomeys TO: ROBERTS, ISAACS & WARD
Nassau, The Bahamas The Rigamo Building
Bay Street North & Victoria Avenue
Nassau, The Bahamas
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Mortgage loans:
20%+ in arrears

FROM page 1B

creeping up to 4.62 per cent
in 2007, hitting 6.02 per cent
in 2008 and then 8.37 per
cent in 2009.

Despite the concerning
default situation, Bahamian
commercial banks have still
been growing their mort-
gage portfolios, albeit at a
much slower rate during the
recession as borrowing can-

to find.

The worth of outstanding
mortgages increased by 18
per cent and 13 per cent
respectively in 2006 and
2007, rising by $339 million
and $291 million in those
two years. However, the
growth rate slowed to sin-
gle digits in 2008, with 9 per
cent or $225 million growth,
before falling to 5 per cent
and 4’per cent respectively

those two years, some $128
million and $105 million in
new mortgage loans were
extended.

The total worth of out-
standing mortgages, mean-
while, rose from $1.896 bil-
lion in 2005 to $2.235 billion
by year-end 2006, increas-
ing further to $2.526 billion
in 2007, $2.751 billion in
2008, $2.879 billion at year-
end 2009, and $2. 984 billion
in 2010.





didates dry up or prove hard

in 2009 and 2010. During

Attorney's ‘wait and see’ on new US AG demands

FROM page 1B

attorney-in-fact, Michael Paton, has failed and -
-refused to repatriate to the United States and

this court’s jurisdiction the assets of the Car-
dina] Trust”.

In her affidavit, she claimed that Queensway
Trustees, a St Kitts and Nevis Corporation,
became Cardinal’s trustee on May 1, 1998,
and that on July 14 that year, the latter’s assets
were transferred to it.

The New Jersey deputy attorney general
alleged that Queensway was “controlled by
Michael Paton, of Lennox Paton, 4 Bahamian
law firm”.

Order

She is now seeking an order from the New
Jersey Bankruptcy Court to re-open Bren-
nan’s case, “with the intention that by separate
motion, ‘an order repatriating the Cardinal
Trust will be granted such that the assets may
be available for distribution to aggrieved
investors”.

_Mr Paton, a leading partner in Lennox Paton
and a former Bahamas Financial Services
Board (BFSB) chairman, yesterday told Tri-
bune Business that the move to re-open the
case was “unfortunate”, and he would now
wait to see whether the court granted the order
the New Jersey deputy attorney general was
seeking.

Denying any wrongdoing, as the court doc-

uments might imply, Mr Paton said: “We’ll
have to wait and see whether or not the Fed-
eral Bankruptcy court agrees to re-open the
casé, and that’s not a foregone conclusion.
We'll have to wait and see what happens.

“Tt’s unfortunate, but we’ll deal with it as it
comes.

“In re-opening the case, there’s a whole lot
of issues. We will have to see what their inter-
ests are. It’s not a foregone conclusion, and it’s
highly unusual to do this.”

Mr Paton said that since Queensway
Trustees was domiciled.in St Kitts, he was
bound by two court rulings made in that juris-
diction relating to the Cardinal Trust, rather
than two US court orders which required its
assets to be sold and assigned to the New Jer-
sey Attorney General.

The St Kitts court had ruled that as a result
of a December 28, 2001, agreement where
Brennan and the Cardinal Trust’s beneficiaries
handed over all rights and title to the Cardinal
Trust’s assets to the US bankruptcy trustee,
they had forfeited their interest in the trust’s
assets. In addition, the US bankruptcy trustee
handling Brennan’s estate was found to have
“no standing” in relation to the Cardinal Trust.

Subsequently, the same court found that
the Cardinal Trust’s beneficiaries had forfeit-
ed their rights to the assets; too, and that the
trust was entitled to designate a Catholic
church in St Kitts as a beneficiary and chari-
table organisation for charitable purposes.

“That, to me, is the operating rule of law that
I’m bound by,” Mr Paton said of the St Kitts
court ruling. '

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BUSINESS

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FROM page 1B

year-over-year sales increase
experienced during the three
‘months to end-January 2011
had been seen at all Solomon’s
SuperCentre and Cost Right
stores, and he said: “We’re stay-
ing the course.”

AML Foods was set to create
close to 100 jobs this year, Mr
Watchorn told Tribune Busi-
ness, with recruiting for the 70-
75 staff required for its
Solomon’s Fresh Market store
expected to start in the sum-

mer. The BISX-listed food .

group was also possibly a week
away from finalising a lease
agreement with the landlord for
another Domino’s Pizza outlet,
Mr Watchorn said, a develop-
ment that would create another
20 jobs.

And the almost-$400,000
expansion at Solomon’s Super-
Centre in Freeport pre-Christ-

mas had created eight jobs, Mr
Watchorn said, two of which
were in its newly-opened in-
store liquor concession.

Speaking to Tribune Busi-
ness after AML Foods, which
currently faces a ‘hostile
takeover’ offer from City Mar-
kets principal Mark Finlayson,
unveiled a 64.1 per cent drop
in net profits to $239,000 for its
fiscal 2011 third quarter, Mr
Watchorn said of the results:
“They’re pretty close to expec-
tations.

“We’ve known all through-
out the year that the first part of
the [financial] year would be
challenging for us, given every-
thing that was happening, and
that we would do better from
the third quarter onwards.

“While we were still behind
last year for the period, we feel
that was the end of the negative
declines, and that’s borne out
by the fourth quarter.”

Oe Bahamas-National
Symphony Ta

| vies applications from all interested.
instrumentalists.

av ae requirements: are a pass at
the Grade Four level or higher in the

i e}gz leit feta}

examinations of

either the

‘Associated Board of The Royal Schools of
- Music or Trinity College or its equivalent. In
the case of examinations having not been

AML FOODS Q4 SALES GROW

AML Foods saw group sales
increase by 2.6 per cent during
the three months to end-Octo-
ber 2010, laying the foundation
for a much bigger improvement
during the key fourth quarter,
which included the busy Christ-
mas shopping season.

’ “We have recorded just
under a 9 per cent sales
increase for the fourth quarter,
year-over-year, and that was
pretty much across the board
for all brands, all stores,” Mr
Watchorn told Tribune Busi-

ness. “We’ve been setting a lot .

of groundwork for when things
come about, and the work
that’s being done has started to
pay off for us, and will continue
to pay off for us. We’ve been

~ doing a lot of things, both in-.
store, new sales avenues, new’

product opportunities. We
work on a lot of things, and
when they come together, you
get the sales we have.”

AML Foods’ third quarter

rofits, while well behind the
86 65,000 recorded for the pre-
vious year, and 58 per cent

down on the $568,000 generat-
ed from continuing operations,
were an improvement on the
almost-69 -per cent fall in net
income recorded for the first

‘nine months.

Profits for that period to end-
October were down at
$904,000, compared to $2.887
million the year before. That
former figure was also 68 per
cent‘ down on the $2.811 mil-
lion generated from continuing
operations the year before.

Declining to comment on Mr
Finlayson’s proposed. tender
offer, Mr Watchorn told Tri-
bune Business that investment
costs, for the group’s new
Solomon’s Fresh Market store
were still pegged at $4.5-$5 mil-
lion. AML Foods had already
spent $0.5 million on “securing
deposits” for equipment to out-
fit that location, situated in New
Providence Development Com-
pany’s new Town Centre for
western New Providence, being
especially conscious of rising
steel prices. The company. was
moving to lock-in prices now,

taken then an audition can be arranged. , .

_The BNSO is currently rehearsing for itsâ„¢
Grand: 20th Anniversary Concert on May. -
14. Instruments especially desired are—

bassoon, French horn, oboe and strings.

- Persons interested in joining the Bahamas
National Symphony Orchestra should

contact Mr. Denis Donaldson at 393-2654
_ or carden@batelnet.bs.



Notice
In. the Estate of ‘Lillian Olean
Johnson, late of Graham_ Drive,

Yellow ° Elder Gardetis

Providence one of the Islands of the

Commonwealth of The Bahamas,

deceased.

Notice is hereby given that all
persons having. claim or demand
against the above Estate are required

so send their names, addresses and the ~

particulars of their debts or claims
duly certified in: writing to the
undersigned on or before the 31st day
of January , A. D., 2011 after which
date the Executors will proceed to
distribute the estate having regard

only to the proved debts or claims of |

which notice would have been given.

Notice is also hereby given that all
persons indebted to the said Estate
are requested. to make full settlement
on or before the date hereinbefore
eneniOned:

COMMONWEALTH LAW ADVOCATES
Chambers
No. 79 Duncanson House
Montrose Avenue
Nassau, Bahamas
Attorneys for the Executors of the Estate of
Lillian Olean Johnson

NOTICE

NOTICE is hereby given that MARKENSON ISMA of 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 27" DAY of JANUARY 2011 to the
Minister responsible for nationality and Citizenship, P.O. Box N-7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.

NOTICE

INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL

NOTICE is hereby given that ALEESHA DENISH
JENOURE of Soldier Road (East) in the Eastern District
of The Island of New Providence is applying to the Chief
Passport Officer to change her Surname to BURNS, and
that any person who knows any reason why the change
of Surname to BURNS should not be allowed, should
-send a written and signed statement of the facts ‘within
Thirty (80) days from the 1st day of February, 2011 to
the Chief Passport Officer PRO.BOX N-8137 Nassau,

Bahamas eu

Oot



COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS 2009
IN THE SUPREME COURT CLE/qui/No. 114
Common Law & Equity Division

IN THE MATTER OF that piece parcel or lot of land containing
110.690 acres being a portion.of the Thomas Hodgson Grant
F-19 situate in the vicinity of the Public High School in the
Settlement of “Swain” in the Island of Mangrove Cay in the

|CIN THE MATTER OF the Petition of Re¥Huberf King under P
the Queuing I Titles Act, 1959

NOTICE
Rev. Hubert King of Mangrove Cay on the Island of Andros

. claims to be the owner in fee simple in possession of the said

piece, parcel or lot-of land containing one hundred and ten and
sixty nine hundredths acres situate west of the main public road
in the vicinity of the public high school in the Settlement of
Swain, Mangrove Cay in the said Island of Andros abutting and
bounding towards the northeast by other portion of Crown Grand
F-19 to Thomas ‘Hodgson towards the southeast by a forty feet
wide road reservation towards the southwest partly by a portion
of Crown Grant to William Hepburn and partly by crown land
toward the northwest by other portion of Crown Grant F-19 to
Thomas Hodgson and has made application to the Supreme Court
of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas under Section’3 of the
Quieting Titles Act, 1959 to have his title to the land investigated
and the nature and extent thereof determined and declared in a
Certificate of Title to be granted by the Court in accordance with
the provisions of the said Act. Copies of the Petition and the filed
Plan may be inspected during normal working hours at:-

The Registry of the Supreme Court
Ansbacher House
Nassau, Bahamas

The Office of the Administrator .
Mangrove Cay
Andros, Bahamas

Rolle, Newton & Co.
Dowdeswell Street
Nassau, Bahamas

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that any person having rights to
‘dower or an adverse claim or claim not recognized in the Petition
shall on or before the expiration of Thirty (30) days after the final
publication of these presents file in the Supreme Court in the City
of Nassau in the Island of New Providence aforesaid and serve
on the Petitioner or the undersigned a statement of your claim in
the prescribed form verified by an Affidavit to be filed therewith
together with a plan of the area claimed and.an abstract of title to
the said area claimed by you.

Failure of any such person to file and serve a statement of his
claim on or before the expiration of the said Thirty (30) days will
operate as a bar to such claim.

Dated this 24" day of January, A.D..2010

ROLLE, NEWTON & CO. *
Suite 6, Gomez Building
Dowdeswell Street
Nassau, Bahamas

rather than pay more in three-
six months time.

“We are speaking with our
next Domino’s landlord,” Mr
Watchorn told Tribune Busi-
ness, although he declined to
reveal the intended location.
“We do expect to formalise
something with the landlord in
the next week or so.

“It will give us another
Domino’s store, and we are in
the initial discussion stages of
bringing another franchise to
the Bahamas. We’ve made con-
tact, aré smiling across the
dance floor, and that will move
ahead slowly but steadily.”

Declining to name the’poten-
tial franchise, other than to con-
firm it was “definitely” a food
brand, Mr Watchorn said it was
difficult to put a timeline.on
when the negotiations would
conclude, given the processes

involved in dealing with major,

US companies.
“We need a couple of
months to talk to them, and

have a good idea of whether ~
we will do it or not,” Mr. ’

Watchorn said. He added that
the pre-Christmas Solomon’s
SuperCentre expansion in
Freeport had gone “very well”,
and told Tribune Business: “We
added 6,000 square feet - 4,000
square feet of floor space, and
2,000 square feet of back room
space. It allowed us to expand

the perishables, and it’s been -

very well received. The cus-
tomers loved it.”

The AML Foods chief exec-
utive said the company had
spent “just a shade under
$400,000” on that expansion,

which opened prior to Christ-

mas, while the in-store liquor
concession opened at the same

Solomon’s SuperCentre had
also “done very well”.

“Despite the naysayers, it’s
not turned the population into
alcoholics,” Mr Watchorn joked
of the move. “The controls are
in place. to ensure the demo-
graphics we want go in there,
the housewife who wants a bot-
tle of wine for dinner, and I
don’t think it’s hurt any liquor
business up there.”

Some two staff had been
hired for the liquor store, with
the Freeport expansion adding
eight in total. Mr Watchorn said
the liquor outlet was inside the
Solomon’s SuperCentre store,
but “segregated”, with its own
entrance door.

AML Foods was now “work-
ing on putting” a liquor outlet
inside its Cost Right store in
the same city, and is poised to
move in the same direction in
Nassau. While no formal

_ . Tequests for approval have been

submitted, Mr Watchorn said
he did not see why they would

be opposed, given that others

have alréady done the same.

“If this new Dominos goes
ahead, there may be another
20employees there, and there
will be 70-75 at Fresh Market,
with the: recruitment process
for that starting in mid-sum-
mer,” Mr Watchorn said. .
“We’re doing our bit to help
the economy and create jobs.”

On the issue of a year-end
dividend payment, while a mat-
ter for the Board to ‘decide,
with final financials still being
calculated, Mr' Watchorn said
he “anticipated” a payment
would be made to sharehold-
ers that was at least as much as
the $0.04 per share they
received in 2010.

zs

Legal Notice

NOTICE

. SENTA HOLDINGS LIQUIDATION

SN IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION

Notice is hereby given that in accordance with section 137 of the
International Business Companies Act 2000 SENTA HOLDINGS

- LIMITED is in dissolution.

\ tn ys
The, Date of the Commencement «of dissolution: was 16th
September 2009. David Thain of Arner Bank & Trust (Bahamas) Ltd.,
Building:2 Caves Village, PO. Box N-3917 is the. Liquidator of
SENTA HOLDINGS LIMITED. All persons having claims against
the above: named company. are required to send their address. and
particulars of their debts - to the Liquidator before the 16th

: October 2009.

- Island of pies one of the Islands of the Commonwealth of SSB
° aaah tah #- j
in “ the’. - : The Bahiadmas'

Western District of the Island of New’ |’

Temple Chiistian Hi gh School
ENTRANCE
EXAMINATION

2011 - 2012

Temple Christian High School will hold its
Entrance Examination on SATURDAY,
FEBRUARY STH, 2011 at the school on
Shirley Street from 8:00 ‘a.m. - 12 noon for
students wishing to enter grades, 7, 8, 9 and
10. ies
‘ . ‘

Application forms are available at the High
School Office. The application fee is twenty
five dollars ($25.00), Application forms
should be completed and returned to the
school by Friday, February 4th, 2011.

For further information please call
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to consider Applications For Licence Under The Boat Registration era LTD. Cable Beach Area)
Act Chapter (277) & Commercial Recreational Watercraft Act, 2006 P.O. Box N-3247
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the New Providence Port Authority Board for | ee ees
New Providence and the Family Islands will be held at the Port Administration Building, ; . 7 7 a
Prince George Wharf on Thursday 24" February, 2011 at 3:00 p-m. for the purpose of . nee - ee ri a Pox , a rs ae Ri :
granting licences under The Boat Registration Act Chapter 277 & Commercial a LTD , Cable Beach es
Recreational Watercraft Act, 2006. P.O. Box N-3247
Any Person entitled to and wishing to object to any application should do so at least six ae |
©) days pied the date of the hearing by submitting his/her objections in writing to the NB/17/11 Dames Okinawa “Banana Tubie’ D 12 Rental
ard an a the applicant. . Nassau, Bahamas 16ft (Atlantis East
Persons attending the meeting on behalf of an applicant must produce written . to Island
authorization at the meeting. ; )
Applicants for renewals are not required to attend, unless they have received written Se on N. sy o tie fps nein y can Beach *
notification from the New Providence Port Authority Board. a Area Cable
The under mentioned persons have applied for the grant of licences as specified below. .
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NAME _ Boston Whaler ; Paradise Island)
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Watersport 10ft Beach Resort, P.O. Box CR-55350 of
Activities LTD. Cable Beach Area) ’ Nassau, Bahamas Jet Ski
P.O. Box N-3247 |
Nassau, Bahamas NP:501SAN Mare Christie "No Name” =D 2 Rental
Nassau, Bahamas AO
NB/14/11 Aquamarine “Kayak” B 2 Rental (Sheraton Jet Ski
'. Watersport 10ft Beach Resort, ae ”
Activities LTD. Cable Beach Area) NP: 500 SAN = —_. i Name’ D 2 Rental
P.O. Box N-3247 jassau, oe i :

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NP: 138 ATE

NP: 137 ATE
NP: 730 RCE
NP: 731 RCB
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Muoroe Jervin
Nassau, Bahamas

Ocean Adventures
Nassau, Bahamas

Ocean Adventures —

Nassau, Bahamas
Ocean Adventures
Nassau, Bahamas

Ocean Adventures
Nassau, Bahamas

Ocean Adventures

Nassau, Bahamas

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Nassau, Bahamas

Ocean Adventures
Nassau, Bahamas

Ocean Adventures
Nassau, Bahamas

Ocean Adventures
Nassau, Bahamas —

Nassau, Bahamas

Rhema Watersports

Nassau, Bahamas ©

Rhema Watersports

Nassau, Bahamas

Rolle
» P.O. Box N-9689
Nassau, Bahamas

Rolle Cephas ,
P.O. Box.N-9689
Nassau, Bahamas

Rolle Nigel

P.O. Box CB-12591
Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau, Bahamas
Sands Rodino
Nassau, Bahamas

’ Sands Rodino. _
Nassau, Bahamas

Nassau, Bahamas

Smith Vernal _

Shamane Sweeting
Nassau, Bahamas *

‘Wright Frankie R.

Nassau, Bahamas Ry

APPLICATION
A&M Holdings Ltd.
P.O. Box CB-11813
Nassau, Bahamas -

Adderley Farron
P.O. Box SB-10504
Nassau, Bahamas’ :

Aqua Tour Ltd.
P.O. Box SS-5693
Nassau, Bahamas ° ;

Bahamas Ferries ©
P.O. Box 3709
‘Nassau Bahamas

Bahamas Ferries na
P.O. Box 3709
Nassau Bahamas :

Bahamas Ferries
P.O. Box 3709
Nassau Bahamas

Blades Carl
P.O. Box GT-2009
Nassau, Bahamas

Blades Carl
P.O. Box GT-2009
Nassau, Bahamas

Born Free Charters _
P.O. Box SS-5338. °°
Nassau, Bahamas

BomFreelI _.
P.O. Box SS-5338
Nassau, Bahamas

Born Free: II '
P.O. Box SS-5338_ .
Nassau, Bahamas

Bonimy Roger W.

P.O. Box N-620
Nassau, Bahamas





Brown Leslie &
Houlbert Rubin
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 6758 Dean’s Shipping Co.
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 6404 Dean Earnest R. .
ar Nassau, Bahamas -
NP: 6213 Gibson Liefred
P.O.Box SB-52061
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 6827.” Kosoy David
P.O. Box N-1812
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 1628 = Boni Free
4 P.O. Box SS-5338
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 2333. Bom Free Il
. P.O. Box SS-5338
: Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 2579 Bonimy Roger W. '
P.O. Box N-620 _
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 1890 Brown Leslie &
Houlbert Rubin
Nassau, Bahamas
-NP: 6758 Dean’s Shipping Co.
: s Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 6404. —- Dean Eamest R.
: Nassau, Bahamas
“NP: 6213 Gibson‘Liefred
P.O.Box SB-52061
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 6827 Kosoy David °
P.O: Box N-1812
Nassau, Bahamas
‘NP: 6839 Newhall Jeffety &
veh? Ramon
P.O.Box CB-13124
ae Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 962 Pratt John N.
- +: P.O. Box SS-5693
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 2584 Smith Harry
. P.O. Box SS-5457
Nassau, Bahamas
" NP:.6632" Strachan Garth .
P.O. Box N-1384
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 6823 Thompson John
; Nassau, Bahamas *
NP: 745 Eleuthera Express
* . Shipping Co. Ltd.
Nassau, Bahamas
NP: 2254 ‘ Turnquest Lloyd
P.O. Box SB-51345
NP: 6358 Turnquest Peter &
Yvette
Nassau, Bahamas
LICENCE NO
NP: 0032
NP: 0121
. NP: 0116
NP: 0005
NP: 0118
NP: 0011
NP: 0107
NP: 0105
NP: 0098
NP: 0091
NP: 0119
NP: 0007
NP: 0063
LICENCE #
6737
8266
6409
8585

“Full Moon “ A

“M/V Legen 9 A

“M/V/ Legacy”. A

“Pirates A
Princess I”
“Sunrise I” A

“BomFreel” B

“Born Free” B

‘Dreadnaught” . B

i

“M/V Legend” A

“M/V/ Legacy” A

“Pirates A
Princess II”
“Sunrise I” A

“Ramona Lynn” B
“My Time” A
“Uncle C” B

“G-Man” B

“Dixie Rose” A

“Eleuthera A
Express”
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Charter

Ferry Boat

Ferry Boat

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Ferry Boat
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Charter

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Water Sport

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Mail Boat

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RENEWAL OF COMMERCIAL RECREATIONAL WATERCRAFT

NAME

Conyers Dexter ‘
Nassau, Bahamas

Curtis Aaron D.
Nassau, Bahamas

Demeritte Raymond -
* Nassau; Bahamas

Cartwright Wendell J.

Nassau, Bahamas .-

“Fowler Ronald

Nassau, Bahamas

Glinton Patrick N.
Nassau, Bahamas

Jones Jerome
P:O. Box CR-55350
Nassau, Bahamas

Kerr Dexter
P.O, Box CR-55350
Nassau, Bahamas

Lightbourne Revardo V.

Nassau, Bahamas

Lightbourne Terrance

Nassau, Bahamas

Neely Marco M.
Nassau, Bahamas

Sweeting Shamane S.

Nassau, Bahamas

Wright Frankie R.
Nassau, Bahamas

OPERATOR’S LICENCE-NEW PROVIDENCE oa

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Curry Neil H,
P.O. Box EL-27500

Spanish Wells, Eleuthera
Hepbum Desmond R..

P.O. Box AB-20361

Marsh Harbour, Abaco

Tons Nickalas O.
P.O. Box F-42416

Freeport, Grand Bahama

Lowe Lloyd B
Staniel Cay, Exuma
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RENEWAL OF MASTER’S LICENCE -FAMILY ISLAND

LICENCE #
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6918

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6284
1072
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Pinder Charles W.
Spanish Wells , Eleuthera

Smith Kyle L
P.O. Box F-43216
‘Freeport, Grand Bahama

Smith Moses
Freeport, Grand Bahama

Stafford Michael T.
P.O. Box F-44150
Freeport, Grand Bahama

RENEWAL OF MASTER’S — NEW PROVIDENCE

NAME



Adderley Gregory
P.O: Box NP-8759
‘Nassau, Bahamas

Armbrister Lee
P:O. Box N-10840
Nassau, Bahamas

Barry Hugo V.
P.O..Box SS-19551
Nassau, Bahamas

' Blades Carl
\ P.O. Box GT-2009
-\ Nassau,. Bahamas

Bonimy Roger W.
P.O. Box N-620
Nassau, Bahamas

Brown Leslie
P.O. Box N-7266. -
Nassau, Bahamas

Cartwright Antonia L
Nassau, Bahamas.

Carroll Roger W.
Nassau, Bahamas

Cartwright Jason V.A.
P.O. Box N-813-
Nassau, Bahamas

Clarke Kelvin: .
P.O. Box N-5693
‘Nassau, Bahamas

Curtis Courtney W.
P.O. Box N-4167
Nassau, Bahamas

‘Dobbins Frederick J.
P.O. Box SS-5693 °

Nassau, Bahamas

Doyle Edward
P.O. Box CB-12730
Nassau, Bahamas

Doyle Francis
P.O. Box CB-12730
Nassau, Bahamas

Ferguson Bertram
' P.O. Box N-552
Nassau, Bahamas

Flowers Wayne C.
Nassau, Bahamas

Frost James E.
_P.O. Box SS-9153
Nassau, Bahamas

Gibson Leifred
P.O. Box SB-52061
Nassau, Bahamas

Joffre Cyril D.
P.O. Boc N-8486
Nassau, Bahamas

Knowles Byron R.
Nassau, Bahamas

Knowles James R.
P.O. Box SS-19448
Nassau, Bahamas

Knowles Mark A.
Nassau, Bahamas .

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Mackey Wellington
P.O. Box CR-56429
Nassau, Bahamas -
Moore Sheridan D.
P.O. Box AP-59217
Nassau, Bahamas

Moxey Kevin M.J.

_ Nassau, Bahamas

_ Moxey, Boycel H.

P.O. Box N-1947
Nassau, Bahamas

., Pinder Philip

P.O. Box SS-5338
Nassau, Bahamas

“-Pratt John N.

P.O. Box SS-5693

‘Nassau, Bahamas

**Pratt Reckwill

Nassau, Bahamas

» Rivers Antonio G.
P.O. Box N-8156
Nassau, Bahamas

Rolle Daniel

Nassau, Bahamas

” Rolle Philip ,

Â¥

P.O. Box CR-54283
Nassau, Bahamas

. Rolle Trevor
P.O: Box N-560
Nassau, Bahamas

Russell Elvis
Nassau, Bahamas
Smith Bob Allan
Nassau, Bahamas’.

Smith Bayard L.
P.O. Box N-10249
Nassau, Bahamas

Smith Darren L.

. P.O. Box N-1607
Nassau, Bahamas

Smith JacobR.
P.O. Box CB-13417

“5. Nassau, Bahamas

Smith Philip A.
P.O. Box N-10839

“wis’Nassau, Bahamas
Heth "bowen

P.O. Box N-1384

"Nassau, Bahamas

“Thompson John L.
P.O., Box N-9726

7 Nassau, Bahamas

“Thompson Marico
Nassau, Baham as

Watson Nikeo
P.O. Box CB-13126

Nassau, Bahamas

Williams Patrick Jr.
_ P.O. Box EE-15685
‘Nassau, Bahamas —

‘Wilson Kingsley L.
P.O, BoxN-56
Nassau, Bahamas

Virgil Clee J.
Nassau, Bahamas



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The Grand. Bahama Power Company, Limited. ‘ndiites: “Qualified «
applicants to apply for the position of Operations and Maintenance
Manager in the Transmission & Distribution (T & D) Department.

This position is responsible for managing the operations and
maintenance aspects of the T&D Department which includes financial
resources, personnel and equipment used for the installation and
maintenance of the T&D system. /

This position provides leadership to superintendents and supervisors
who support the T&D-~ system operations, maintenance and
“improvement efforts; ensures that proper operations and maintenance
practices and standards are employed; proper documentation is kept
of modifications, inspections and other work performed on the T&D
system; and that system performance is optimized.

- Applicants must have ‘a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical
or Electronics Engineering. Applicants must also have a minimum
of five (5) years at a project management level in the planning or
maintenance department of an industrial facility or electric utility.

The applicant must have good leadership skills, a sound understanding
of computers and their application and a good technical understanding
of electrical systems. |

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THE DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES
GRAND BAHAMA POWER COMPANY, LIMITED
P.O. BOX F-40888
FREEPORT, GRAND BAHAMA
BAHAMAS ;
OR BY Email: K nidept@ep: power.com

DEADLINE FORR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS IS
FEBRUARY 14, 2011

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Kerzner’s $3bhn debt
issue on centre stage

FROM page 3B

The advisers include law
firm Kirkland & Ellis LLP,
Goldman Sachs nd Black-
stone Group LP, said the
WSJ, which projected that a
“high stakes chess mat °
between the investors ..
took the company private and
those who own the debt will
likely follow.

Analysts anticipate Kerzn-
er will not be able to refi-
nance the loans for the full
$2.6 billion because the val-
ue of the collateral on offer -
Atlantis, Paradise Island, a
partial interest in Kerzner's
One & Only resort in Los

. Cabos, Mexico, and 76 acres
of undeveloped land near
Atlantis - is now “less than
that amount”, said the WSJ.

Meanwhile, debt-analysis

firm Realpoint proposes that -

if sold at their current value,
the proceeds of the sale of
Atlantis and the other assets

"would barely be enough to.

cover" the $1.3 billion securi-
tised mortgage, while the $1.3
billion mezzanine debt
"would likely be largely wiped
out.”

Aside from the sale of the
properties, another possibility









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for addressing the debt would
be for it to be restructured
the owners or lenders con-
tributing additional capital to
pay down the mortgage and
extend it.

The WSJ notes that “the

years io ..
for all lenders”.

There remains the issue of
another $400 million of debt,
the terms of which “remain
unclear”, according to the
WSJ, which could require
Kerzner to “reach a deal with
creditors sooner” than with
the $2.6 billion duc in Sey
tember over how it. will be
repaid.

“Complicating factors”
identified by the WSJ as fac-
ing Kerzner in any attempt to
restructure include the varied
locations of the company’s
resorts globally in different
legal jurisdictions, and the
“wide array” of creditors to
which its mortgage and other
debts are owed. ;

In an interview in June last
year, Kerzner’s vice-president
of public affairs, Ed Fields,
said any restructuring and

impending debt maturation.



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would have “zero impact” on
operations at Atlantis “or
anything else.” The debt had
been due to mature in Sep-
tember 2010, but it was
reported at cae time me

Inuanctawe vs

KReianery oe

said to be an 1 unsolicited $3. 4
billion cash bid for Kerzner
International from the BMB
Group of wealthy Asian and
Middle Eastern investors.

In making its offer, the
BMB Group teferred to
“speculation OVel ute ture
of Kerzner International and
its debt restructuring”, adding
that the hospitality and real —
estate assets of Kerzner had
significant potential.

Kerzner International
rejected the offer, saying the
company was “not for sale.”
However, the offer fuelled
further speculation about the
future of the resort.

Up to press time yesterday,
Kerzner International had not
responded to a request for
comment. on the latest
reports.



























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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2011, PAGE 15B



(GY GIOBAL ECONOMIC NEWS

A look at economic developments and activity in major
stock markets around the world Wednesday:

CAIRO — Moody's Investors Service downgraded the ratings
for five Egyptian banks while Standard & Poor's lowered its ratings
for two banks, the latest volley of bad news for the economy of a
nation mired in violent protests.

Both international ratings agencies cited the political turmoil in

Egypt and its potential impact on the country's economy, raising « |

concerns that included a possible liquidity squeeze and govern-
ment's ability to support the banking sector.

Analysts have also grown increasingly concerned that the chaos
in Egypt will begin to affect other countries in the oil-rich Mideast.

DUBLIN — Ratings agency Standard & Poor's cut its credit
grade for Ireland. S&P warned that it could lower the rating more
because of doubts about the true scale of defaulting loans yet to sur-
face in the country's largely state-owned banks.

S&P's reduction took Ireland's credit rating down one notch to
A minus. That's a shallower cut than the ones imposed last month
by Moody's and Fitch after Ireland's November negotiation of a
potential 67.5 billion euro ($93 billion) credit line from the Euro-
pean Union and International Monetary Fund.

LONDON — Fighting on the streets of Cairo weighed on sen-
timent, pushing European stocks down from earlier highs, while the:
‘euro eased from three-month highs against the dollar after a rat-
ings downgrade of Ireland. Germany's DAX closed almost
unchanged, while the CAC-40 in France fell 0.2 percent. The
FTSE 100 index of leading British shares rose 0.7 percent.

TOKYO — Earlier in Asia, Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225
stock average gained 1.8 percent and Hong Kong's Hang Seng
advanced 1.8 percent. Markets in China and South Korea were
closed for the-Chinese Lunar New Year.

LISBON, Portugal — Financially troubled Portugal raised 1.26
billion euros in a Treasury bill sale and its borrowing costs fell.

Portugal is one of the most vulnerable economies in the 17-
nation eurozone due to its high debt and anemic growth, and it is
scrambling to avoid a bailout by adopting harsh austerity measures.

Tensions about Europe's debt woes are receding, however,
because investors hope European officials will announce a long-
term solution to the debt crisis by early next month.

MADRID — Spain's government, unions and business leaders
put up a united front as they signed a pact with reforms aimed at
boosting a fragile economy at the heart of Europe's debt crisis.

But yet more bad news preceded the signing at a high-profile cer-
emony at the prime minister's office: the number of people in
Spain filing for jobless benefits rose to a record 4.2 million. The
overall jobless rate stands at a staggering 20.3 percent.

The centerpiece of the pact is a measure approved last week by
the Cabinet to raise the retirement age gradually from 65 to 67
starting in 2013. . a

SAO PAULO — Brazil's government says the country's indus-
trial output rose 10.5 percent in 2010, the biggest increase