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Banque Populaire Wins The Amigo Challenge


Alain Haillant, president and founder of Dauphin Telecom, and Philippe
Morel, sales and min ,1, i in director, pi u;is. ; first prize in the Amigo
( /I,/iL ,it, to the winners, Banque Populaire,
with skipper Jeanne Gregoire and Gerald Veniard, and their guests.


T he Amigo Challenge, the epi-
logue to the Transat ag2r, was
held on Thursday, May 4, with
the Figaro Banque Populaire taking
first place, with skipper Jeanne Gre-
goire and Gerald Veniard, who took
third place in the Transat ag2r, a
transatlantic race from Concarneau to
Saint-Barth, arriving after 19 days, 23
hours, 15 minutes, and 55 seconds at
sea. The Amigo Challenge, sponsored
by the new cell phone network, Ami-
go, launched by Dauphin Telephone,
was cut short due to dubious weather
conditions- heavy rain and weak
winds of just three to five knots.
Scheduled as an around the island
regatta, the itinerary was reduced to
four miles, a round-trip from Gus-


tavia to the Amigo buoy in the bay at
Salines, and back the finish line in
Gustavia. Brit'Air (Armel Le
Cleach/Nicolas Troussel) was the first
boat to pass the next to last buoy of
the Amigo Challenge, but were nosed
out of first place right before the fin-
ish line by Banque Populaire, whose
passengers for the day were Jacque-
line Tabarly (widow of the acclaimed
sailor, Eric Tabarly) and Jean-Jacques
Pequeur (administrator of the ag2r).
Brit'Air finished second, in front of
Delta Dore (Jeremie Beyou and Vin-
cent Riou).
The award ceremony- including the
first place trophy of carved wooden
dolphins- and prizes for all partici-
pants, was held immediately after the


race. Alain Haillant, president and
founder of Dauphin Telecom, and
Philippe Morel, sales and marketing
director, presented the prizes.

STANDINGS
IN THE AMIGO
CHALLENGE
1. Banque Populaire
2. Brit Air
3. Delta Dore
4. Group Celeos
5. Cercle Vert
6. Veolia
7. E.Leclerc/Bouygues Telecom
8. Brossard
9. ATAO Audio System
10. Axa Atout Cceur pour Aides
11. Bostik
12. Siemens
13. Suzuki Automobiles
14. Des Pieds et Des Mains
15. Roxy
16. Donneurs de vie All Mer
17. Entreprendre au pays de Lorient
18. Guy Hoquet Immobiliers
19. Lubexcel
20. Objectif Oceans
21. Port Olona
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61st Commemoration

of 1945 Victory
II of five years of war. It was
also the opportunity for the
mayor to explain the island's
,I commitment to this com-
memoration: "With more
than 60 men who were
mobilized and sent to Fort
Richpanse in Basse-Terre,
awaiting shipment to France,
how could the island of
Saint-Barthelemy forget
those who fought alongside
the leaders of the country, in
the name of the entire popu-
lation, and suffered the hor-
rors of war, beyond all


kfter the flag
a moment of
tege moved
for the tradi-
ne toast the
memoration


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n Monday, May 8, the French minister for war was raised and
mayor Bruno veterans, Hamlaoui silence, the cor
Magras presided Mekachera, Bruno Magras on to City Hall
over the 61st commemora- delivered a personal speech tional champag
tion of the May 8, 1945 vic- recalling the events of May closes the com
tory in WWII. In keeping 8 when the surrender of the ceremony.
with the annual tradition, he Third Reich marked the end
placed a wreath of flowers at
the war monument in Gus-
tavia. Philippe Enault, presi-
dent of the veterans of for-
eign wars association, also
placed a wreath in tribute to
the victims of the Second
World War. Two junior high
school students then read the
national message from the
French Union of Foreign
War Veterans (the UFAC)
that was distributed through-
out all of France. Since he
did not have the speech from

14 KILOS OF COCAINE FOUND

OFF THE COAST OF SAINT BARTH


Sailor who was
navigating off the
coast of Saint
Barthelemy pulled a large
package of cocaine out of
the water. This event took
place in mid-April, accord-
ing to the national police,
who seized the 14 kilos of
cocaine in question. The


substance was divided into
packets of two kilos each
and was said to be of very
high quality. Additional
bundles of 20 kilos each
were found off the coast of
Guadeloupe, and the police
have not dismissed the pos-
sibility that both packages
were part of the same


delivery.
The discovery of these ille-
gal shipments, at sea by
sailors, or by those walking
on the beach, is fairly fre-
quent in this area of the
West Indies, a relay zone
that is popular with drug
traffickers based in Latin
America.


Police blotter

PETTY THEFTS
MORE NUMEROUS...
During the night of
May 4 to 5, the cloth
top of a Samurai was
stolen from the car
while it was parked in
front of the Tom Beach
hotel. The next day, the
night of Saturday to
Sunday, a bag contain-
ing two cell phones, a
Visa card, and identity
papers, was stolen in a
nightclub. Then on
Sunday, in broad day-
light, a couple of
tourists were robbed of
their suitcase contain-
ing personal effects,
eye glasses, and identi-
ty papers, from their
car parking in the lot at
their hotel. The same
day, in Gustavia, a
minor stole a rental
scooter and took off
with one of his friends,
only to abandon the
scooter near the fish
market. Identified by a
witness, the thief was
questioned and will
appear before the juve-
nile court.


MORE NEWS
FROM
HEADQUARTERS...
The police report indi-
cates numerous tickets
for illegal parking, as
well as tickets for bald
tires and driving under
the influence. Five
people were stopped
for not wearing hel-
mets while driving
scooters or motorcy-
cles, and one for not
wearing a seatbelt,
which resulted in a fine
of 90 euros.





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APRIL 2006:
HOTTER THAN USUAL
The monthly weather recap by Rene Fury, director of
Espace Meteo Caraibe, Meteo France, Gustavia
Temperature
With an average temperature of
7, 81.50F, the month of April 2006 was a
1/ hot month, 0.330F hotter than nor-
s \ mal. The daytime average tempera-
ture of 870F was higher than expect-
ed, as was the lowest nighttime temperature of 76.20F.
The average temperature for the month was the same as
that of the ocean, 81.50F by the end of April.
Extreme monthly temperatures: a low of 72.50F on
April 14; a high of 910F on April 27.
Wind
The wind came mostly from the
North-East in early April, then shifted
to the South-East. The strongest gusts
were barely 60 km/h.
Rain
While the average rainfall for April is
1.9", this year saw just 0.98". The
island did not experience the heavy
rains usually associated with the
month of April.
Since the beginning of 2006, there has been 6.5" of
rain, a little less than average.
Three-month forecast
Weather models for the next three months are not call-
ing for anything out of the ordinary in terms of tempera-
ture. Rain over the Northern Islands is tied a system
over the island of Hispanola. An active hurricane season
is expected due to high ocean temperatures and the
absence of the "El Nino" phenomenon.


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N¡88 May 11, 2006 Local News in English FREE LORIENTOPEN9 TO9 EVERYDAY05 90 29 72 46 WEEKLY Published by "Le Journal de Saint-Barth" 05 90 27 65 19 stbarthweekly@wanadoo.frSt-BarthWEEKLY FIFTHANNUALTHEATREFESTIVALTHROUGHMAY13M M a a g g a a l l i i S S o o l l i i g g n n a a t t i i n n C C a a b b a a r r e e t t M M e e t t i i s s s s e e , , a a n n o o r r i i g g i i n n a a l l t t h h e e a a t t r r i i c c a a l l p p r r o o d d u u c c t t i i o o n n c c r r e e a a t t e e d d a a n n d d p p e e r r f f o o r r m m e e d d w w i i t t h h SS a a b b i i n n e e B B o o u u k k o o b b z z a a , , d d i i r r e e c c t t e e d d b b y y B B e e n n e e d d i i c c t t e e B B u u d d a a n n , , a a n n d d p p e e r r f f o o r r m m e e d d i i n n S S a a i i n n t t B B a a r r t t h h l l a a s s t t S S a a t t u u r r d d a a y y a a n n d d S S u u n n d d a a yy . . A A f f t t e e r r t t h h e e l l o o c c a a l l c c o o m m p p a a n n y y , , S S B B A A r r t t i i s s t t s s , , p p r r e e s s e e n n t t e e d d " " L L a a N N u u i i t t d d e e V V a a l l o o g g n n e e s s " " o o n n T T u u e e s s d d a a y y a a n n d d W W e e d d n n e e s s d d a a y y ,, C C l l Ž Ž m m e e n n c c e e M M a a s s s s a a r r t t w w i i l l l l p p e e r r f f o o r r m m o o n n T T h h u u r r s s d d a a y y a a n n d d F F r r i i d d a a y y e e v v e e n n i i n n g g s s ( ( M M a a y y 1 1 1 1 & & 1 1 2 2 ) ) i i n n a a m m u u s s i i c c a a l l s s o o n n g g cc y y c c l l e e , , " " L L a a v v i i e e i i l l l l e e a a u u b b o o i i s s d d o o r r m m a a n n t t , , " " w w h h i i c c h h i i s s b b a a s s e e d d o o n n o o l l d d , , o o f f t t e e n n f f o o r r g g o o t t t t e e n n , , F F r r e e n n c c h h s s o o n n g g s s , , a a n n d d p p r r e e -m m i i e e r r e e d d a a t t t t h h e e A A v v i i g g n n o o n n O O f f f f F F e e s s t t i i v v a a l l l l a a s s t t y y e e a a r r . .

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St Barth Weekly n¡88 2 The Amigo Challenge, the epilogue to the Transat ag2r, was held on Thursday, May 4, with the Figaro Banque Populaire taking first place, with skipper Jeanne GrŽgoire and GŽrald Veniard, who took third place in the Transat ag2r, a transatlantic race from Concarneau to Saint-Barth, arriving after 19 days, 23 hours, 15 minutes, and 55 seconds at sea. The Amigo Challenge, sponsored by the new cell phone network, Amigo, launched by Dauphin Telephone, was cut short due to dubious weather conditionsÑ heavy rain and weak winds of just three to five knots. Scheduled as an around the island regatta, the itinerary was reduced to four miles, a round-trip from Gustavia to the Amigo buoy in the bay at Salines, and back the finish line in Gustavia. Brit'Air (Armel Le Cleach/Nicolas Troussel) was the first boat to pass the next to last buoy of the Amigo Challenge, but were nosed out of first place right before the finish line by Banque Populaire, whose passengers for the day were Jacqueline Tabarly (widow of the acclaimed sailor, Eric Tabarly) and Jean-Jacques Pqueur (administrator of the ag2r). Brit'Air finished second, in front of Delta Dore (JŽrŽmie Beyou and Vincent Riou). The award ceremonyÑ including the first place trophy of carved wooden dolphinsÑ and prizes for all participants, was held immediately after the race. Alain Haillant, president and founder of Dauphin Telecom, and Philippe Morel, sales and marketing director, presented the prizes. T ransat ag2r Banque Populaire Wins The Amigo Challenge STANDINGS INTHEAMIGOCHALLENGE1. Banque Populaire 2.Brit Air 3.Delta Dore 4.Groupe Celeos 5.Cercle Vert 6.Veolia 7.E.Leclerc/Bouygues Telecom 8.Brossard 9.ATAO Audio System 10.Axa Atout CÏur pour Aides 11.Bostik 12.Siemens 13.Suzuki Automobiles 14.Des Pieds et Des Mains 15.Roxy 16.Donneurs de vie Ð All Mer 17.Entreprendre au pays de Lorient 18.Guy Hoquet Immobiliers 19.Lubexcel 20.Objectif OcŽans 21.Port Olona Boats not completing the race Gedimat Groupe Bel Aquarelle.com Les Mousquetaires Alain Haillant, president and founder of Dauphin Telecom, and Philippe Morel, sales and marketing director, presenting first prize in the Amigo Challenge, to the winners, Banque Populaire, with skipper Jeanne GrŽgoire and GŽrald Veniard, and their guests.

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St Barth Weekly n¡88 3Asailor who was navigating off the coast of Saint BarthŽlemy pulled a large package of cocaine out of the water. This event took place in mid-April, according to the national police, who seized the 14 kilos of cocaine in question. The substance was divided into packets of two kilos each and was said to be of very high quality. Additional bundles of 20 kilos each were found off the coast of Guadeloupe, and the police have not dismissed the possibility that both packages were part of the same delivery. The discovery of these illegal shipments, at sea by sailors, or by those walking on the beach, is fairly frequent in this area of the West Indies, a relay zone that is popular with drug traffickers based in Latin America.On Monday, May 8, mayor Bruno Magras presided over the 61st commemoration of the May 8, 1945 victory in WWII. In keeping with the annual tradition, he placed a wreath of flowers at the war monument in Gustavia. Philippe Enault, president of the veterans of foreign wars association, also placed a wreath in tribute to the victims of the Second World War. Two junior high school students then read the national message from the French Union of Foreign War Veterans (the UFAC) that was distributed throughout all of France. Since he did not have the speech from the French minister for war veterans, Hamlaoui Mekachera, Bruno Magras delivered a personal speech recalling the events of May 8 when the surrender of the Third Reich marked the end of five years of war. It was also the opportunity for the mayor to explain the island's commitment to this commemoration: "With more than 60 men who were mobilized and sent to Fort Richpanse in Basse-Terre, awaiting shipment to France, how could the island of Saint-BarthŽlemy forget those who fought alongside the leaders of the country, in the name of the entire population, and suffered the horrors of war, beyond all expectations?" After the flag was raised and a moment of silence, the cortege moved on to City Hall for the traditional champagne toast the closes the commemoration ceremony. Police blotterPETTYTHEFTS MORENUMEROUSƒDuring the night of May 4 to 5, the cloth top of a Samurai was stolen from the car while it was parked in front of the Tom Beach hotel. The next day, the night of Saturday to Sunday, a bag containing two cell phones, a Visa card, and identity papers, was stolen in a nightclub. Then on Sunday, in broad daylight, a couple of tourists were robbed of their suitcase containing personal effects, eye glasses, and identity papers, from their car parking in the lot at their hotel. The same day, in Gustavia, a minor stole a rental scooter and took off with one of his friends, only to abandon the scooter near the fish market. Identified by a witness, the thief was questioned and will appear before the juvenile court. MORENEWS FROM HEADQUARTERSƒThe police report indicates numerous tickets for illegal parking, as well as tickets for bald tires and driving under the influence. Five people were stopped for not wearing helmets while driving scooters or motorcycles, and one for not wearing a seatbelt, which resulted in a fine of 90 euros.61stCommemoration of 1945 Victory 14 KILOSOFCOCAINEFOUNDOFFTHECOASTOFSAINTBARTH

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St Barth Weekly n¡88 4Sunday, April 23 was the date for the fifth annual intercompany rally organized by the Rotary Club, and whose profits will go toward the training of a local member of the Red Cross. Fifty people took part in this around the island chase for cars, and informationÑ a quiz based on questions about the history of the island and its environment was an essential part of the rally. Zooming about in ten vehicles, the participants crisscrossed the island in search of clues and riddles. New this year: the Internet played its role in the game, and was of great use to the the competitors: each car had a "hotline" to a base station where net surfers could look up information and help answer different questions in the rally. There were also various sports activities to complete such as scuba diving, kayak, rock climbing with ropes, dirt bikes, etc. Since it was also International Book Day, the final test was a dictation. The rally ended with the traditional luncheon at the Rivage restaurant, whom the Rotary would like to thank for its support of the event. The monthly weather recap by RenŽ Fury, director of Espace MŽtŽo Cara•be, MŽtŽo France, GustaviaTemperatureWith an average temperature of 81.5¡F, the month of April 2006 was a hot month, 0.33¡F hotter than normal. The daytime average temperature of 87¡F was higher than expected, as was the lowest nighttime temperature of 76.2¡F. The average temperature for the month was the same as that of the ocean, 81.5¡F by the end of April. Extreme monthly temperatures: a low of 72.5¡F on April 14; a high of 91¡F on April 27.WindThe wind came mostly from the North-East in early April, then shifted to the South-East. The strongest gusts were barely 60 km/h.RainWhile the average rainfall for April is 1.9", this year saw just 0.98". The island did not experience the heavy rains usually associated with the month of April. Since the beginning of 2006, there has been 6.5" of rain, a little less than average. Three-month forecastWeather models for the next three months are not calling for anything out of the ordinary in terms of temperature. Rain over the Northern Islands is tied a system over the island of Hispanola. An active hurricane season is expected due to high ocean temperatures and the absence of the "El Nino" phenomenon. E E v v e eD D u u c c h h a a r r m m e eA A R R T T G G A A L L L L E E R R Y YBy appointment only Located in ToinyTel.: 0590278841 or 06 90 589403presents Nicole Avezard 5th Edition of Rotar y Rally: The Internet Gets In The RaceAPRIL 2006: HOTTER THAN USUAL

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