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GUYANA No. 103645 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9, 2013

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After killing of AML/CFT Bill…

Government forced to re-examine future relationship – President Ramotar with Opposition Page 3

President Donald Ramotar

PSC ‘deeply disappointed’

at Opposition’s rejection of its anti-money laundering petition - says Parliament will be held accountable for damage to economy In drug eradication operation…

Large quantity Page 7 of ammo, AK47 magazines, telescopic lens discovered - four arrested, two on the run

Motorcyclist Katherina to killed in hopes win East Bank Miss accident Universe Crown Page 4

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17-yr-old girl Prisoner found at commits suicide hanging Blairmont lockups Page 8

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AFC financial adviser killed by minibus while jogging Page 2


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PSC ‘deeply disappointed’ at Opposition’s rejection of its anti-money laundering petition - says Parliament will be held accountable for damage to economy By Vanessa Narine THE Private Sector Commission (PSC) has come out with strong criticisms, after Opposition Members of Parliament (MPs) rejected consideration of a petition by the combined private sector on the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (Amendment) Bill at Thursday’s sitting of the House. The PSC has also condemned the non-enactment of the AML/ CFT Bill, which its petition called for. The petition highlights the serious economic implications if the AML/CFT Bill was not passed within the November 18 deadline and urged the Opposition, comprising the APNU and AFC, to support the Bill in the national interest. In a statement, issued yesterday, the Commission registered its “deep disappointment” in the actions of Opposition MPs and stressed that the 10th Parliament will be accountable for any damage that may

Gov’t tables Bill to maintain role in public procurement  MINISTER of Finance Dr. Ashni Singh on Thursday evening tabled the Procurement (Amendment) Bill 2013 in the National Assembly to preserve the role of the Cabinet in contract approvals. The bill seeks to modify section 54 of the Procurement Act of 2003, by deleting sub-section 6, which by doing so, will retain Cabinet’s involvement in the procurement process. Government has maintained that if Cabinet and the Executive are to be held responsible to the electorate for the country’s infrastructural development, and for the expenditure of public funds, then Cabinet inevitably must have a role in the procurement Finance Minister process. Dr Ashni Singh Noted too was that if Cabinet loses its role in the award of contracts, then it would be burdened with the responsibility of being answerable for projects when it would have had no influence in the award of those contracts.

“accrue to the Guyana economy” going forward. The PSC maintains that the Opposition has effectively ignored the importance of the private sector as a stakeholder in Guyana’s development, by denying the body a voice in the National Assembly. The PSC said: “This action reveals an inexplicable contempt for the stakeholders of this country and/or a lack of understanding of how the economy functions. “In a civilised world, on critical matters of economic and national importance, it is mandatory for leaders to rise above this petty and often retrogressive tit for tat disposition. “We expect nothing less from our elected representatives, who must understand that merit is the most important factor for the people of this country.” The Commission underscored the role of the private sector, as a driver of the local economy, particularly given that it represents the

entire economic spectrum of Guyana and provides the majority of the employment opportunities – a fact noted in the petition to Parliament. The Private Sector Commission also noted State ownership of the productive sector of the economy has failed as is evidenced today by sugar, the last remaining industry that remains within State ownership. “The Private Sector collectively is one of the most important stakeholders in this country with a legitimate and irrefutable interest in preserving the health and stability of the domestic economy and it is for this reason - to protect against further economic slippage - that the Private Sector Commission petitioned Parliament.” While Opposition MPs fought to not have the petition read, the Government’s primary argument, through its Chief Whip, Gail Teixeira, was that the right of people to have their views voiced in the National Assembly is “sacrosanct” and “enshrined.”

AFC financial adviser killed by minibus while jogging By Leroy Smith BHOLAN Boodhoo, 65, of Lot 41 Third Street, Alberttown, Georgetown, was killed yesterday morning, after being struck by a minibus contracted to the Guyana Power & Light (GPL) Emergency Department. At the time, the sexagenarian was on his routine daily jogging exercise, along J.B. Singh Road, Georgetown, in company with a woman, who was also hit by the vehicle, BGG 4671. The woman was rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital (GPH) and sent for immediate medical attention, including a CT scan. Boodhoo, now self-employed as the country representative for two international book publishers, was once an employee of the State Planning Secretariat and would, from time to time, advise the Alliance for Change on (AFC) financial

issues, being an economist by profession. Speaking to the Guyana Chronicle, in a room her husband once used as his office, Mrs. Mahadai Boodhoo said that she was at home cooking, as usual, when she got the sad news, at around 05:45hrs, from a family friend who informed her of the tragedy. The woman said she, immediately, called a taxi and telephoned a few friends as she rushed down to the accident scene. According to her, when she arrived at the location, the man and his companion had already been taken to the hospital. The widowed woman said she expected to see her husband with bruises and a broken limb, but when she arrived at the GPHC, he was dead and the other woman was in the emergency room receiving medical attention.

SUDDENLY GONE Mrs. Boodhoo said her husband had so much planned for her and now he is suddenly gone. She said he had been out for three days and only returned on Thursday afternoon. She said that she was getting a very strange feeling recently and thought that it was associated with her husband’s long distance travel to Linden to where he drove. She explained that she never anticipated that he would have been killed or died in such a tragic manner. She was making his breakfast when he met his death. The couple has been living at the Alberttown address for 32 years. Mrs. Boodhoo said, when she arrived at the Police Station, the driver of the vehicle that hit her husband was sitting on a bench in custody. She said she felt like grabbing the young man

and accusing him of taking her husband from her. She said, based on her observation with respect to the damage to the vehicle, she is convinced that the driver was speeding when the accident occurred. The widow said her husband got into the habit of morning jogging since 1996 and

DEAD: Bholan Boodhoo never stopped until he was forced to, involuntarily, due to his unfortunate and untimely demise. She said their only child, a 32-year-old woman, who lives abroad, will be arriving home in the coming week for the funeral, which would precede his requested cremation on the West Coast Demerara. Talking while, occasionally, taking phone calls of sympathy from relatives, friends and others who sought to confirm news of the fatality, Mrs. Boodhoo often broke down into tears as she recalled the various promises her husband made to her, some as recent as earlier this week. Incidentally, among the man’s customers who would purchase books from him was Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of GPL Bharrat Dindyal. Ye s t e r d a y a f t e r n o o n , Leader of the Alliance for Change (AFC), Mr. Khemraj Ramjattan went to the couple’s home to offer his condolences to the widow of the party’s adviser on financial matters.


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After killing of AML/CFT Bill…

Government forced to re-examine future relationship with Opposition – President Ramotar By Vanessa Narine PRESIDENT Donald Ramotar, yesterday, said the unanimous vote that effectively killed the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Amendment Bill in Parliament, on Thursday, has forced his Government to re-examine its future relationship with the Opposition parties. “With last night’s (Thursday) development, all hope is lost that the Opposition has any intention in being a partner in developing our country,” he said at a media briefing in Office of the President (OP) yesterday. Ramotar said, as Head of State, he has constitutional responsibilities that he must execute in moving forward. “What is obvious to me is that the Opposition has no intention of being a partner to develop Guyana…I don’t have a partner in the Opposition,” he lamented. According to him, Attorney General Anil Nandlall and Director of the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU), Paul Geer, have been instructed to explore “thoroughly” ways of dealing with the impact of the rejection of the AML/CFT Bill. The President said:“I am not clear what the options are, but I am asking them to do what they can…this is not an action caused by the Government; this is an action caused by an Opposition that seems to be ‘gung-ho’ on getting power at any cost, regardless of how many lives they destroy.” Ramotar said he is hopeful that the Government’s political will can be taken into account when Guyana’s team, led by the AG, heads to the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) plenary meeting scheduled for November 18.

The arbitrary use of the one-seat majority in Parliament convinces us that APNU and AFC have no regard for Guyanese and the well-being of our society However, he acknowledged that, whether the appeal will have any impact is something that is left to be seen. “The Opposition attitude in Parliament yesterday confirms Guyanese worst fear. Their vote against the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism Amendment Bill clearly demonstrates that the Opposition is responsible to no one, to no organisation, to no social institution…their action last night, November 7, will forever go down as the worst form of economic sabotage by the Opposition,” he said. The AML/CFT Bill cannot return to the National Assembly in this session, unless Standing Orders are suspended to allow for its reconsideration, something the President was not opti-

mistic about. He acknowledged that the amendments in the Bill, reached by working with CFATF, are generally similar to other such legislations in the Caribbean Region, with little variations, as was the intention of CFATF to formalise the legal framework within which money laundering and terrorism financing activities could

“I am not clear what the options (now) are…this is not an action caused by the Government; this is an action caused by an Opposition that seems to be ‘gung-ho’ on getting power at any cost, regardless of how many lives they destroy” be addressed. UNDOUBTEDLY DIRE He emphasised that, while Guyana will make representation to CFATF, the consequences of the Bill’s passage are undoubtedly dire. The President pointed to several instances, including the impact on the smooth transfer of monies by the business sector’s operations; the functioning of banks with external links, already being seen with the cessation of operations by the Citi-Bank group in Guyana; the challenges with access to insurance, since 85 per cent of local companies depend on reinsurance from overseas bodies and increased burdens in processing remittances. “What is worse is that long before they cast their vote, the Opposition was well aware of these consequences…they were briefed fully on this matter,” Ramotar maintained. The Head of State inferred it is clear that the joint Opposition is intent on damaging the economy. “Both the Minister of Finance and the Attorney General have been speaking about this constantly and explaining fully what the consequences are…the Opposition did what they did with their eyes wide open,” Ramotar stated. He insisted that the Opposition, which was elected to represent Guyanese, has consistently shown scant regard for the private aector, the labour movement, the rice farmers and the teachers, among others, many of whom are part of their constituencies. WORST PERIOD Ramotar said: “AFC (Alliance For Change) Vice Chairman Moses Nagamootoo’s comments last night, that the Private Sector does not have a vote in Parliament is not only unfortunate, but also

reckless. Then Greenidge referred to the private sector as a bunch of propagandists. This is not surprising, since he presided over the worst period of mismanagement and unaccountability in Guyana. “The implications of not having the AML/CFT Bill are far reaching and have dire consequences…they will be imposing hardships on our people. “The very PNC (People’s National Congress) now APNU (A Partnership for National Unity), through former Finance Minister Carl Greenidge, as the main architect, was responsible for the destruction of the private sector, the economy and the entire nation. Today, under the leadership of David Granger, the Opposition advances another phase of its agenda to destroy our beautiful country,” President Ramotar asserted. He made it clear that in exposing Guyana’s financial sector to hardships, the Opposition exposes all Guyanese to hardships, as well. President Ramotar also underscored the fact that Government has honoured each agreement made with the Opposition parties and both engaged at every level and made compromises in the interest of advancing the business of the people. “We are the only ones who have been constantly making all the compromises. The Opposition has made no compromise,” he claimed. Yet, Ramotar pledged that his Government will remain committed to do all it possibly can to represent the interest of the Guyanese people. As he put it: “From the beginning, the Opposition displayed an authoritarian behaviour in Parliament and it permeated into every realm of their activities. “The arbitrary use of the one-seat majority in the Parliament convinces us that APNU and AFC have no regard for Guyanese and the well-being of our society. “From the inception of the commencement of the 10th Parliament, the Opposition breached the Constitution, Parliamentary norms, conventions and principles, when it grabbed the Speaker and Deputy Speaker positions and took control of all the Parliamentary Committees, illegally instituted budget cuts, ditched the hopes of Guyanese for cheaper electricity by killing the Amaila Falls project and now exposes Guyanese to severe consequences with their non-support of the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism Bill.” The President complained that the actions of the joint Opposition seem to be a “deliberate attempt” to harm the social and economic well-being of the Guyanese people. Responding to claims by APNU that the AML/CFT’s non-enactment is a failure on the Government’s part, he said that the main Opposition seems to be looking for a “fig leaf” under which to cover. “This matter has been with the Parliament for six months,” he pointed out. President Ramotar gave the assurance that he will execute his constitutional responsibilities to the Guyanese people.


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Judges, special performance announced for Miss Universe Contest tonight - Katherina sights set on wearing the royal crown

DONALD J. Trump and Paula M. Shugart, president of the Miss Universe Organisation have announced the roster of celebrities and experts who would judge the 2013 Miss Universe Competition, airing tonight on NBC (9-11 pm ET/ PT) from Crocus City Hall in

focus set on being the woman to wear the coveted crown. There were times when we thought Guyana���s chances at winning in this pageant were very slim. But this year with the remarkable beauty sent to battle on our behalf, we have to agree that our chances of winning are

receives the unanimous support of Guyanese she needs at this critical point in the competition. The panel of judges for the Miss Universe 2013 Pageant includes Steven Tyler, Aerosmith’s front man and lead singer; Chef Nobu, acclaimed chef proprietor of Nobu and Matsuhisa restau-

The judges who would determine the 2013 Miss Universe Queen Moscow. And even as all this is happening Guyana’s delegate to this international pageant, Katherina Roshana waits with breath abated with her sights and all her

so much better with Katherina’s presence on the international front. This young woman has the brain and the beauty and can certainly make a breakthrough if she

rants; Tara Lipinski, Gold medal figure skater and 2014 Winter Olympics figure skating analyst for NBC Olympics’ multi-platform coverage; Carol Alt, TV personality, star of Fox News Channel’s ‘A HEALTHY YOU AND CAROL ALT’, international supermodel, actress, author, entrepreneur and raw-food enthusiast;Anne V, Supermodel, actress, philanthropist and mentor on Oxygen’s upcoming season of ‘The Face’, with

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nine consecutive appearances in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. Also on the panel are Farouk Shami, Founder of Farouk Systems, Inc., makers of CHI and presenting hair care sponsor of the 2013 Miss Universe Competition; Italo Fontana, pioneering designer of U-BOAT Watches; and Philip Kirkorov, iconic Russian pop-star. In addition to his judging duties, Tyler will take the stage for a special performance. Tyler and the celebrity judges join an exciting broadcast that includes performances by Grammy-nominated band, ‘Panic!’, and The Disco and international recording artist EMIN. As previously announced, Thomas Roberts, anchor of ‘MSNBC Live’; and Melanie Brown, best known to audiences as ‘Mel B’ (of America’s Got Talent fame), will co-host the pageant. Jeannie Mai, recognised for her fashion segments on NBC’s “Today,” will serve as commentator. Throughout the Miss Universe competition, contestants representing 86 countries will compete in three categories: Swimsuit, evening gown, and interview. The telecast concludes with Miss Universe 2012, Olivia Culpo, crowning her successor. Italian swimwear and lingerie designer, Yamamay, will unveil their official Miss Universe collection during the worldwide telecast, by featuring a one-of-akind emerald, ruby and diamond swimsuit valued at US$1M. The new Miss Universe will be photographed in the million-dollar suit the day after the event. Up until yesterday, fans were encouraged to vote their favourite contestant into the semifinals through the Miss Universe Fan Vote, sponsored by High 5 Games, by logging on to http://www.missuniverse. com or http://www.telemundo. com (NYNBC)

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Labourer says bridegroom forced him into car at gunpoint - also alleges gross mistreatment by police By Alex Wayne A CITY labourer is crying out with a deep sense of injustice at what he calls the “gross mistreatment” he faced recently at the hands of police ranks at the Alberttown Police Station and the East La Penitence Police Outpost. He says further that he was forced at gunpoint into a car by popular DJ ‘Selector Face’ at whose wedding he was assigned to be the barman and cleaner for an agreed sum. The labourer, Trevor Bailey, said he normally performs the functions of ‘grounds man’ at the Everest Cricket Ground where the DJ’s wedding was recently hosted. Seething with anger, Bailey told this publication that on Saturday last about 16:00 hrs he proceeded to assist with decorations for the wedding hall in the company of some females who were tasked with doing so. He said the wedding procession arrived at 18:00 hrs that day and he then went to ‘pack out’ food and drinks with the waiting staff who were in the hall. He said soon after the groom asked him to assist with serving beverages in the bar and he joined three other waiter staff who were already in the bar. Bailey said while in the bar the other three men were turning down the requests of the guests for certain bev-

erages, claiming that such choices were finished. Bailey indicated that while they were claiming certain beverages were finished, they were, however, throwing bottles of the said beverages through an open window and onto the field with intentions of picking up the loot after the event was over. The labourer noted that when the wedding concluded at about 03:30 hrs the groom asked him to take care of a quantity of beverages which had been left over, saying that he would return to col

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The distraught Trevor Bailey, displaying the $5,000 bail receipt he received although he and his sister claimed they had paid the police $10,000 as station bail.

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GUYANA CHRONICLE Saturday November 9, 2013

UK visitors to Jamaica boosted since Olympic dominance

PIXIE’S KILLER SENTENCED TO DEATH

Janet Silvera, Senior Gleaner Writer

WESTERN BUREAU: (The Gleaner) The world’s largest tour operator, TUI has credited Jamaica’s London Olympics dominance and the ‘Jamaica House’ impact, for the increase in UK arrivals to the island and the advent of the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner to the Caribbean. Yesterday, Jamaica became the first country in the region to welcome the revolutionary aircraft through its partnership with Thomson Airways, a subsidiary of TUI Travel PLC. The aircraft, which seats 291 passengers, touched down at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, boosting hopes of access to parts of the world Jamaica has not tapped into. “The Olympics had a real effect on customer demand from the UK. During the first few weeks of the competition, searches to Jamaica were up 32 per cent, they then continued to surge... peaking during your triple win in the 200m sprint final and when you smashed the 4 x 100m relay world record,” TUI’s head of external communications, UK and Ireland, Fiona Jennings, told the media during a reception at the airport. “We have almost doubled the number of customers we have flown into the island since 2012 and are committed to continuing to expand both our beach and cruise programme from 2014,” she stated, adding that as a result of the demand, from summer 2014, Thomson Airways will add another weekly flight to Jamaica, moving to five flights per week. Her comments were bolstered by Minister of Tourism and Entertainment, Dr Wykeham McNeill.

Crying baby leads to murdered mom By GYASI GONZALES (Trinidad Express0 THE incessant crying of a baby led a landlord to the body of the infant’s mother at an apartment in Diego Martin on Thursday afternoon. The dead woman, Angelique Rojas, 31, had been knifed to death. The discovery was made at around 5.30 p.m. at the apartment located at Temple Street, Diego Martin. The child, a two-month-old, was unharmed in a cot. The woman’s body was on the floor nearby.  Rojas was an aesthetician working at Stechers Haven Spa, Long Circular Mall. She was the mother of two involved and in a common law relationship. A Facebook profile of the woman shows her two children.

Convict Paul Vincent, was also found guilty of the murder of Lakhan’s aunt Taramatie Toolsie, 40, which happened weeks apart in Siparia in 2005. By NIKITA BRAXTON (Trinidad Express)THE man who raped 16-year-old Pixie Lakhan six times over four hours before strangling her with her school belt in a bamboo grove near her home, was today found guilty of her murder and sentenced to death. Convict Paul Vincent, was also found guilty of the murder of Lakhan’s aunt Taramatie Toolsie, 40, which happened weeks apart in Siparia in 2005. Pixie’s remains were found on April 22 that year, near her Spring Trace, Siparia home, a month after she went missing. She had failed to return to her Spring Trace, Siparia home after school on March 22. Toolsie’s decomposing body was found at the base of a precipice covered with bags and tyres on April 18, PIXIE LAKHAN 2005. Three days earlier, she was seen headed to work. The trial lasted seven months, and heard from 35 State witnesses, two of whom were deemed hostile, after they recanted some of the testimony they gave during the preliminary enquiry in the magistrates’ court. One of the State witnesses was a woman was attack, indecently assaulted and robbed by Vincent two days before Pixie’s murder. Last year, a jury found Vincent guilty of the offences and was sentenced to five years with hard labour for indecently assaulting the woman and three years’ hard labour on the charge of assault with intent to rob. The testimony of the woman was part of the State’s “bad character” evidence. (Multimedia Editor- Richard Charan)

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‘No poison found’ in Chile poet Pablo Neruda’s remains

(BBC News) No traces of poison have been found in the remains of Chile’s Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda, forensic experts say. The results were announced after more than six months of tests by 15 Chilean and foreign experts. The left-wing poet died in 1973, days after the military coup that brought General Augusto Pinochet to power. His body was exhumed in April to establish whether he died of poisoning, as his driver and others suspected. Neruda, who died aged 69, was a close friend of ousted Chilean President Salvador Allende. A very important chapter has closed and was done very seri-

Neruda was a friend of ousted Chilean leader Salvador Allende, (left) ously but this is not over” Eduardo Contreras Chilean Communist Party lawyer “No traces of chemical agents have been found,” said Patricio Bustos, director of the Chilean Forensic Service, on Friday. Mr Bustos confirmed that Neruda’s remains seemed to support the official line that he had died of cancer. Suspicions However, Friday’s highly-anticipated results did not satisfy everyone. “The Neruda case doesn’t close today,” said Chilean Communist Party lawyer Eduardo Contreras. “Today we are going to request more samples. They referred to chemical agents but there are no studies about biological agents. A very important chapter has closed and was done very seriously but this is not over.”


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GUYANA

The importance of Justice and its dispensation

EDITORIAL

Opposition toying with welfare of this nation

THE Opposition, not surprisingly, voted against the Anti-Money Laundering/Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Bill in the National Assembly on Thursday, further placing Guyana in a most precarious position with looming economic sanctions dangling over our country like the “Sword of Damocles”. Attorney General Anil Nandlall, in moving the third reading of the AML/CFT (amendment) Bill, made a fruitless plea to the Opposition to look at the bigger picture on this issue of great national interest. This was expected because from the inception of the controversy, the Opposition never seemed interested in the bigger picture. On the contrary, they were more interested in using it to hold the government to ransom in the furtherance of their narrow and selfish political agenda. Any objective observer will notice this because the Opposition just kept shifting the goalposts and finding different excuses not to support the Bill. The most recent excuse by the Opposition that the Bill needs to be strengthened is a lame one, as they had adequate time and opportunities to articulate their concerns and make proposed changes. So for them to come now and talk about having a strengthened piece of legislation is balderdash which is not fooling anyone except themselves. In any case, the fundamental issue at this time is for Guyana to meet the November 18 deadline to prevent economic sanctions. There is nothing that prevents the Opposition from proposing further amendments to the legislation. And therefore logic, reasoning, good sense and the interest of the nation should dictate that the Bill be passed as it is. Unfortunately, the Opposition’s actions are not dictated by these factors, and consequently the entire Guyanese nation may have to endure suffering. The Opposition has not only demonstrated its arrogance and ‘pig-headedness’ by voting against the Bill, as earlier in the National Assembly it showed scorn and contempt for a petition submitted by a well respected representative of the Guyanese business community, such as the Private Sector Commission (PSC) when it voted against the motion to have the petition read in the House. It is beyond the imagination that the Opposition would have described the motion as “malicious, vexatious, ignorant and inaccurate.” This is a most savage and unwarranted attack on such a prestigious organisation that has made a significant contribution to the socio-economic development of this country. In fact, the PSC is the umbrella organisation of a sector that is universally accepted as the “engine of growth.” But we know why the Opposition took this stance. They took this stance because the petition urged that the Bill be passed in the national interest, but the national interest contradicts the interest of the Opposition; and therefore it is inevitable that they would launch a scathing attack on the petition as that is the

MY attention has been directed to a report in the newspapers over the weekend that the National Road Safety Council has organised a series of activities for National Road Safety Month, with emphasis being placed on the importance of education and vigorous campaigning for the reduction of road accidents in the country. It reported that drunkenness and speeding are the major causes of road accidents. Even a casual observer of drivers on our roadways will form the impression that they, the drivers, are inexperienced and unlicensed. Many new vehicles are daily put out on the roadways, (the existing vehicles are still doing their own things on the road), but we do not see any corresponding learner drivers seeking to acquaint themselves with the rules of the road or of driving in a safe manner. Some of the “new” drivers are obviously children and many of them are seen behind the wheels of the new vehicles. The proximate causes of accidents may be drunkenness and speeding, but these are born out of a culture of ignorance and unconcern – all because they did not go through the necessary training to obtain driving licences. If they had, they would have been taught that the road condition and the speed of the vehicles determine the braking distance of the vehicle. How many drivers are conscious of the fact that for every 25 miles per hour he/she travels he/she is travelling about 30 feet per second. Can one stop his/her vehicle within the distance based on the speed in case of an emergency? The Police Traffic Department should have been doing a study/research into the accidents, classifying the drivers between certain age groups and the length of time they held/acquired valid driving licences. I give the Hon Prime Minister 100% when he noted that the application of the law is needed to change the culture that pervades Guyana. He added that though laws are present, the application of them is what is truly necessary. The prime minister’s concept of the application of the law is that it should be administered in a duly constituted atmosphere, and not at the roadside which now appears to be a daily public undertaking. Those who are in breach of the licensing laws should be condignly dealt with, and if members of the Police Force are held accountable they should not be transferred to another division or station but be summarily dismissed from the Force. It cannot be a valid excuse, as seems current, that the salary is in-adequate, hence the resort to dishonesty. If the job which one is called upon to perform does not pay what he considers reasonable the officer should seek alternative employment where he can get his “just deserts”. If this does not find favour with the public then, please, let them stop talking about dishonesty! I wish to give two instances of what are the Hon P.M’s concerns. (1) A l9-year-old child, driving a heavy-duty vehicle laden with sand, was involved in an accident in which four persons died. Many weeks have passed but we are not told whether the owner of that vehicle has been prosecuted for permitting the breach of the licensing and insurance laws. (2) The headline in a newspaper article screamed at us: “Convicted drunk driver freed after paying $3M compensation”. The driver was charged with causing death by dangerous driving and driving under the influence of liquor. He pleaded not guilty but was found guilty on both charges after a trial. The learned magistrate who heard and decided the matter, according to the news report, “suggested to the defendant that he offer some kind of compensation to the widow of the deceased in place of fine and imprisonment”. In my books, what the magistrate did was wrong. The defendant paid over the $3M and the magistrate, “taking into account that the defendant had lost his job in Canada and the length of time the trial took cautioned him and set him free”. No conviction was recorded against the defendant – he leaves the court a free man and can always claim that he has no conviction recorded against his name if he applies for a job to drive a vehicle. How magnanimous and condescending is the learned magistrate. treatment they gave to anyone or any organisation which advocates positions that run counter to their narrow and selfish political interests and agenda. One could rest assured that if the petition were anti-government and anti-national in interest and nature, the Opposition would have gleefully and unhesitatingly supported the motion to have it read in the House. It is clear from the actions and behaviour of the Opposition that the issue is not about the content and structure of the Bill, rather, they intend to engineer a crisis and then blame the government for it. At the same time, they are hoping to use the situation as a bargaining chip to extract huge concessions from the government. In other words, they are toying with the welfare of this nation. Therefore, those who voted for the Opposition should rethink as to whether they made the right choice.

Why do I say the magistrate was wrong? The law prescribes that when a person is convicted of offences for which the defendant was charged, he is entitled to go to prison, to be fined and to suffer an order for disqualification from holding or obtaining a driving licence for a specified period of time. But that was not to be as the magistrate has “set him free”. The payment of the $3M is no substitute for the sanctions which the law prescribes. That compensation involves civil liability for the death of the deceased. If the widow had proceeded to the High Court for compensation she most likely would have received a much higher amount than the miniscule amount paid over by the defendant. I am seeking to urge two things by this letter. One is for the police to conduct investigations to ensure that all persons driving vehicles on the road are issued with driving licences issued by the proper authority. And secondly, the appropriate penal sanctioning of persons found guilty of breaching the traffic laws. The importance of justice and its dispensation is to prevent recurrences of what seem to have become prevalent and acceptable in our society as borne out by the statistics we have today. PREM PERSAUD

Like mother like son BEFORE I go into my discourse with you today, I would like to make a slight correction to a letter penned by yours truly under the caption, “Gross hypocrisy exist in legal circles”. In that letter I mistakenly named the judge as Justice Dawn Gregory; rather it should have read Justice Roxanne George. I sincerely apologise to Justice Dawn Gregory for this mistake which was not an intentional act on my part nor did I in any way about to perpetuate malice or ill will towards the judge. I now move on to our discussion for today. There seems to be a campaign to derail the course of justice for little Kimanie Watson and one of the ways in doing so is to appeal to the unethical reporting of a trashy newspaper. As reported in the Kaieteur News under the title, “Sodomising of two year old... private medical report clears prime suspect”, is a sure way in getting this sick defence across. I am not so sure of that, my take on the whole affair is a depraved mother, son and very much so newspaper, all of them, a sick sadistic bunch of liars. They, in their demonic, self-proclaimed innocence, are trying another desperate attempt to drag society into their mess.  But I would advise Kaieteur News and its clients to think again, we are here to seek out justice for the dead baby girl. We seek after the rights of the child and those rights we will get. We are not in the least impressed by their nonsensical theatrics; we want justice for little Kimanie. Like the city of Georgetown where garbage certainly smells and sells in a similar vein, that tabloid (Kaieteur News) is desperate to get its garbage sold. Some people just don’t get it, they have no shame. But I know where they are going with that story. It comes under the guise that the accused party’s story must be heard. Their version of the events must be told. They are also holding fast to the theory that someone is innocent until proven guilty no matter how heinous the crime is. Fine, but amidst all that fancy footwork they must be mindful of the glaring evidence mounted against them. A 15-year-old uncle left in charge of his two-year-old niece who later turns up dead, brutally sodomized, then who did it?  The rhetorical answer is a phantom. “There’s something evil in this house troubling the child,” as they put it. What nonsense! Even if we are to believe that phantom story what can a two-year old infant do to mutilate herself in such a horrific way? Kaieteur News and that mother must realise that the public out there are not stupid nor are they morally corrupt; they know what constitutes guilt even  beyond the shadow of a doubt.  I will close by saying, “like mother like son’. Miss Graham is shielding her son to the very end, crying out to gain attention and sympathy from the public for a (suspected) maniacal monster. My only problem is what is taking the justice system so long? Charges should have already been made and the matter well into trial stage, especially in light of the fact that this mother is (allegedly) contemplating the disappearing act for her son. Let me quote her utterances in that Kaieteur report: “Many times I have to send my son far away.” That is a clear statement of intent which should not be taken lightly. I am therefore calling on the DPP to treat this matter with the urgency it deserves.  NEIL ADAMS


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17-yr-old girl commits suicide - at Affiance

A 17-year-old girl from Affiance ‘Back Street’ on the Essequibo Coast has reportedly hanged herself last Thursday morning. According to reports, the teenager was found dead hanging from a piece of rope in her bedroom by relatives. Reports said the teenager, on Thursday morning got up from her bed, had a bath and went to the family altar and prayed as usual before committing the act which has left the family in shock and searching for answers as to why  she committed suicide. Reports said the family had no problem with the teenager. She was the only daughter for her mother. Only recently another 17-year-old girl of New Road, Essequibo Coast committed suicide by ingesting a quantity of deadly poison after experiencing problems with her boyfriend. Police are investigating the death of the teenager at Affiance. (Rajendra Prabhulall)

In drug eradication operation…

Large quantity of ammo, AK47 magazines, telescopic lens discovered

- four arrested, two on the run  By Leroy Smith THE Guyana Police Force has arrested four men following the discovery of a large quantity of ammunition (271 rounds 7.62 x 39), as well as three AK47 rifle magazines and a telescopic night vision lens. The discovery was made during a drug eradication operation by police ranks in the community of Ituni, fifteen miles into the “Backdam”.  The police related that during the operation, 10 fields comprising approximately 5,000 cannabis sativa (marijuana) plants were discovered. The police stated that the plants measured between 1 to 7 feet in height and were destroyed along with three camps which served as the suspected shelter for those operating the fields. According to the police, they came under fire while conducting the operation and returned fire. It was also stated that during the operation, four men were arrested and two are still on the run. The Guyana Chronicle was informed that although the operation took place in the Police ‘F’ Division, the ranks from that division were not part of the operation although being familiar with the area. The operation was carried out by ranks from the Criminal Investigation Department in Georgetown.

Motorcyclist killed in East Bank accident THE police are investigating a fatal accident that occurred at about 23:50 hrs on Thursday night on the Prospect Public Road, East Bank of Demerara which resulted in the death of motorcyclist Roy Harrilall, 64 years,  of Section ‘E’, Golden Grove, EBD.  Investigations have revealed that the driver of motor car PDD 7385 was proceeding north along the roadway and the motor cyclist was proceeding behind, when he overtook the car and collided with the front of the vehicle. The Police said Roy Harrilall was taken to the Diamond Diagnostic Centre from where he was transferred to the Georgetown Public Hospital. He was pronounced dead on arrival. The driver is in police custody assisting with the investigations.

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Reading is one of the most critical life skills ONE of the most critical life skills a human being must possess in order to survive in the modern world is the ability to read. Being able to read opens the mind to limitless possibilities. Reading allows individuals to significantly enlighten themselves with the exploration of new words and the exchanging of ideas. It is very important that persons learn to read from an early age, in order to properly furnish themselves with the critical knowledge necessary for their personal development as literate people. The Ministry of Education (MoE) is very cognisant of the need for Guyanese to read more as it seeks to considerably raise the literacy level from its current unacceptable state. Moreover, MoE is presently putting measures in place to reverse the blight of illiteracy in Guyana through an innovative reading programme.  IMPORTANCE OF LEARNING TO READ As have been stated earlier, reading is important to a person’s ability to communicate more effectively and to become literate. Pretorius (2000) asserts in a study conducted at the University of South Africa that: “Research findings in applied linguistics and reading research consistently show a strong correlation between reading proficiency and academic success at all ages, from the primary school right through to university level: students who read a lot and who understand what they read usually attain good grades.” It can also be argued further that the intrinsic relationship between reading and learning commences even earlier in the lives of children in their pre-primary school years. Studies have also suggested that children who are exposed to storybook reading before they enter primary school tend to have larger vocabularies, greater general knowledge and better conceptual development than their peers, who might not have been exposed to such formative learning attributes, and in addition they learn to read and write more easily and quickly. Being able to read makes one literate. Reading is a skill that is always utilised and is a necessary tool for personal development and progress. There is no sphere of life that does not require reading. Such is the importance of reading that even those who are physically challenged and are unable to see, still read through a specially constructed system called Braille. There ought to be no excuses as to why persons have not learned to read and are not reading. Reading must once again form part of the general socialisation process of children in Guyana, as they grow and learn the norms and values of the society in which they live. The MoE will soon be launching a sustainable nationwide reading programme to be run on weekends, to get Guyanese children to read and read more frequently and effectively. And because the ministry

recognises the importance of reading, it intends to encourage parents to make reading – through its complementary reading programme - a priority in every household and community in Guyana. ROLE OF PARENTS IN TEACHING CHILDREN TO READ Parents and guardians have a very important role to play in teaching the children for whom they are responsible to read. It is advisable to encourage children to become familiar with letters, words and ultimately books from an early age. Parents and guardians must read daily to children and tutor them in the recognition of letters and the spelling of words. These activities provide the indomitable foundation necessary for successful reading to take place. It also facilitates among young children the early development of an appreciation for the importance of reading. There is, though, a very realistic challenge that faces the Ministry of Education even as it gets prepared to launch its reading programme. That challenge surrounds the inability of some parents to read. This clear and present danger is real in the Guyanese society and must be frontally approached and dealt with strategically in order to stem the bloom of illiteracy that threatens the society. Conversely, even if parents cannot read to their children there are other simple ways in which those parents can ensure that their children get involved with reading. Parents can provide positive experiences for their children by telling stories of their lives, from their imagination, or from pictures in wordless books. Parents can interact with children and books in a variety of creative ways that can foster the interest in children in wanting to learn to read. Parents can make sure they have their children become members of local libraries in their communities. Learning to read will require the involvement at the community level. Neighbours, relatives and friends need to partner with the ministry in reaching out to those persons desirous of learning to read, and actually assist them in so doing. The Ministry of Education is committed to ensuring that Guyanese read again. All must become part of this revised movement of reading. Let us encourage each other to read: Everyday!   RICHARD FRANCOIS Strategic Communications Consultant Ministry of Education


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As the Salvation Army launches its Christmas appeal…

GUYANA CHRONICLE Saturday November 9, 2013

Finance Minister announces a $5M subvention for its Drug Rehab Programme By Shirley Thomas

THE Guyana Division of the Salvation Army yesterday launched its traditional Annual Christmas Appeal at the Georgetown Club, Camp Street, where hundreds assembled, not only for the traditional fanfare associated with the ushering in of the Yuletide Season, but to hear the Minister of Finance, Dr. Ashni Singh, deliver the feature address. It was a richly entertaining programme of speeches which brought out the mood of Christmas, spiced with the singing of carols, performances by the Divisonal Youth Chorale and a skit by clients of the Drug Rehabilitation Programme. The programme was interspersed with offerings by the Police Force Steel Orchestra. Also at the gathering were Prime Minister Samuel Hinds, members of the diplomatic corps, the religious community and others. But the icing on the cake came with the Minister of Finance’s feature address in which

Dr. Ashni Singh addresses the gathering declared. The Finance Minister handed over the cheque to Prime Minister Hinds who in turned presented it to the Divisional commander, on behalf of the President of Guyana. Dr. Singh said his Government was eminently impressed with the manner in which the Guyana Division of the Salvation Army and its advisory board have

have a partner like the Guyana Division of the Salvation Army.” Dr. Singh said he’s had the privilege of observing at close range the remarkable impact that the Salvation Army’s programme, not just the government contribution, but the programme as a whole, has been making in the lives of the beneficiaries, real people living real lives, and experiencing real change in their lives. He noted that each and every citizen has a role to play in society, and called on persons to take individual responsibility for their lives. Dwelling at length on the need for persons to take individual responsibility for their actions, Dr. Singh sensitised the gathering to the dangers of substance abuse. He directed words of wisdom and advice to, particularly, the many young people now on the Drug Rehabilitation Programme. Expressing deep sadness at the plight of young people in need of drug rehabilitation,

A section of the gathering at the launch of the Christmas Appeal at Georgetown Club he announced a $5M subvention for the Salvation Army’s Drug Rehabilitation Programme, and this is in addition to an initial $5M given earlier this year. “The $5M that we have given periodically to support the Drug Rehabilitation Programme, is, in my opinion, (and I have said this before, and I would say it again) one of the best spent $5M in the entire $200 billion dollars budget,” Dr. Singh

been executing it’s programmes. “The Salvation Army is a partner that government is willing to work with, and we will continue to work with its programmes,” Dr. Singh said. He added, “I have no doubt when I speak on the President’s behalf, on the Prime Minister’s behalf, and on behalf of the entire Cabinet of Guyana … when I say that this Government is proud to

he had words of reassurance: “I wish to say to you that your government awaits your return to full productive contribution to our economy; we await your return to your rightful place in society if you are a student.” Warning that substance abuse has no barriers, and is taking them away from achieving their full potential, in whatever their pursuits, be it as a poet, as

Prime Minister Hinds presents the cheque to Divisional Commander Emmerson Cumberbatch, while Finance Minister Dr Singh (at left) and Mr. Edward Boyer look on

an actor, an engineer or a mechanic, a dentist or a doctor, he insisted that substance abuse is diverting them from serving the cause of their own personal uplift and from serving the cause of developing their own community. Dr, Singh also warned that substance abuse is diverting the

affected persons from serving their country or realising their potential. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Samuel Hinds endorsed the minister’s statements and joined in congratulating the Salvation Army for the impact of their work, min-

istering to the poor and needy. The Prime Minister, sharing sentiments on the part the Salvation Army plays in ushering in the season of Christmas, urged persons in society to play their part in giving and sharing, so as to bring joy to the hearts of deserving persons.

Labourer says bridegroom forced ... From page 4 lect them the following day. He said the beverages were secured and the banquet hall was locked with a padlock before he retired to get some rest. On Sunday last about 13:30 hrs when he awoke he noticed that the wedding hall was opened. Bailey said on arriving there he saw the groom in the hall. He said he approached the groom for payment for the duties he had performed and he was told to clean the hall and he would receive an additional $5,000. The man said he complied and had just finished doing so, when about an hour after the groom told him that two plates and one hundred and twenty-five drinking glasses were missing from the set they had rented from a city entity that catered for such events. He said the groom also refused to pay him for duties he had performed. According to Bailey, the folks who brought the cutlery for the wedding may have made a mistake in their delivery since the amount received from them was counted by the females serving at the wedding. On the same day, Bailey said he was relaxing on the Kingston Seawall around 19:30 hrs when the groom drove up in a car in the company of two other men. He said that the groom on approaching pulled out what looked like a revolver and pointing it at his head, ordered him to get into the vehicle. He said while this was going on the groom was shouting obscenities, and accusing him of stealing the missing glasses. Bailey said in fear he entered the vehicle and the men drove him to the Alberttown Police Station where he was ‘roughed up’ by ranks there who were making the same accusations as the groom. He said he was handcuffed to a chair and after about two hours he was given a bottle to pass urine after protracted pleas to do so. The young man said he spent a night in custody and was summoned by ranks about 12:00 hrs the following day when the groom visited the location. He said that while in the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Department the rank there took a statement from the groom, but did not allow him to write his own. He said he related his innocence in the matter to the CID rank who appeared to be writing all he was saying but never showed him or read the statement to him. Bailey told this newspaper that he was then escorted to the East La Penitence Police Station

and placed in the lockups. He said while there one very noisy female police corporal indicated that she was going to gamble and drink beers and left the station. He said the woman returned some time later and began shouting at him, calling him a ‘jackass’, and a ‘anti-man’. He said she appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. He said he in turn let loose a few obscenities at the woman who took out a bottle of ‘bass’ (self-defence spray) from her bag and sprayed it in his face for a prolonged period, forcing him to recoil blindly to the rear of the cell in which he was placed with another prisoner. The man said his sister was there to fetch him a meal and she wept when she saw what the policewoman did. He said his sister tried to negotiate with the police and eventually they decided to place him on $10,000 bail. This amount was paid, he said, to the police but they were shocked when they arrived home and checked the receipt to find it was written for the sum of $5,000.instead of $10,000. This receipt was provided to this newspaper as evidence. He added that while his sister had left to get his bail, a male CID rank pushed him twice into a wall, swearing ‘foul things’ as he chose to put it over. Bailey told this publication that while he was in police custody, another male was brought in and lodged a

quantity of gold jewellery he had on his person in an envelope. He said from his cell he observed a male rank, two hours after, opening the envelope, and taking out items which he placed in his pants pocket. He said when the man was released the following day, two gold earrings and a gold bracelet were missing. He said the male rank that he saw remove the items was there feigning innocence so he decided to ‘shout out’ that he was the person who removed them. Bailey said the rank gave him a grand ‘cuss out’, telling him persons like him “does dead bad.” He said on being released from the police outpost he threatened ranks there to go to the media and tell of his mistreatment, and the same male rank responded, “If I see anything in the papers yuh gon dead bad.” Bailey said one female rank also shouted, “I know Selector Face... Me and he tight.. I gon call him and mek things bad fuh yuh.” This newspaper searched high and low for a contact number for the groom, but none seemed to be able. When the Alberttown Police Station was contacted, yesterday, a female rank rudely refused to assist with a number for the groom and also refused to comment on the matter involving Bailey. When asked if her superior was around she indicated that, “No one is available to speak on that matter.”

Prisoner found hanging at Blairmont lockups BALKISSOON Dechand, 42, of Bennette Dam, Rosignol, East Berbice, was Thursday evening found hanging from a grill in the Blairmont Police Station lockups. According to reports, the labourer had appeared before Magistrate Rhonel Weaver at the Fort Wellington Magistrate Court on October 17, when a domestic violence charge was instituted. He pleaded guilty to the charge and was subsequently placed on a six month bond. But he allegedly breached the protection order when he visited his wife, Geeta Narine, and dealt her several slaps, resulting in a report being made to the police. Dechand was arrested and placed in the lockups. On Thursday evening, a rank, carrying out an inspection, saw the prisoner hanging from the grill with a tee-shirt tied around his neck. His body is currently at the Fort Wellington Hospital mortuary awaiting a post-mortem.


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Gov’t working to achieve universal ICT literacy - Minister Singh at ICT graduation ceremonies in Regions 4 and 6

HARD work and intense focus have ensured that Guyana achieve universal primary education, and is far ahead in its goal of attaining universal secondary education. The government as well is forging ahead to achieve Universal Information and Communication Technology (ICT) literacy,  Finance Minister, Dr. Ashni Singh told graduates at several ICT graduations on Wednesday. About 150 persons graduated from Port Mourant, Region 6, and Golden Grove, Enmore,

Buxton and Mon Repos in Region 4, after completing the ICT programme conducted over a seven-week period by the Basic Needs Trust Funds (BNTF), in collaboration with the Board of Industrial Training (BIT). During his address to the students at the various locations, Minister Singh stated that the modern world is increasingly driven by technology, and government is committed to ensuring that every Guyanese citizen throughout the length and breadth of Guyana has access to ICT.

“This programme is not a one off …it is a comprehensive national agenda by government to ensure that persons throughout the length and breadth of Guyana are trained in information and communication technology…we believe that every citizen must be supported in achieving circumstances that will see them becoming gainfully employed,” Minister Singh stressed. As a result, government has been providing the necessary infrastructure, making way for private investors, installing

Minister of Finance, Dr. Ashni Singh inspecting the Mon Repos Information Technology lab

fibre optic cables and equipping ICT labs in and out of the school system, drafting legislation, making internet access more affordable, and ensuring every citizen has access to ICT in their homes through the One Laptop Per Family (OLPF) programme. In today’s world, it is impossible for one to survive without basic communication and information technology. Minister Singh recollected that 10 years ago no one had a place in ICT, however, today the sector is rapidly creating jobs and over 300 young Guyanese are now able to secure jobs. Minister Singh pointed out that the sector is not confined to only young people, and charged the older folks to get more involved in the programme which could be of tremendous benefit to them. “Each and every person is contributing to the strength of our economy ….you influence the prosperity of our economy, be it hair dresser, bank teller, farmer. You have the future of your country and community in your hands,” Minister Singh told the graduates. The Finance Minister committed that the programme will be replicated to

Minister of Finance Dr. Ashni Singh, Basic Needs Trust Fund Project Manager Michael Singh, Region 6 Chairman Permaul Armogan and other ministry officials, along with the graduating students of the Port Mourant Information Communication Technology (ICT) programme

other areas, and urged the students to continue to further their studies because “there is no shortcut to success and hard work will never end”. BNTF Project Manager Michael Singh also extended congratulations to the graduates. He said that the programme will provide opportunities for persons of all age groups. BNTF is a Government of Guyana programme and is responsible for implementing projects and providing infrastructure for capacity building. The students were given certificates of participation and also from the BIT, which will enable them to secure jobs and further their education and eventually become awarded with the Caribbean Vocational Qualification Certificate. Dr. Singh challenged participants to explore their options because “the sky is the limit”. Sixty-five year old Compton Reid, a farmer of Port Mourant who received an award for per-

severing, expressed gratitude to government for affording him the opportunity to gain knowledge about ICT. Despite some challenges, Reid said that the programme was beneficial, and he was satisfied because he can now market his produce through the internet, which he could have done before if he had the skill. Receiving prizes were best graduating students of Mon Repos - Coya Halley; Golden Grove - Ronessa Setal; Enmore - Cranston Richmond; Buxton - Deon David, and Mon Repos - Ramona Persaud. Prizes were also given for most improved students and for perseverance. Meanwhile, at Golden Grove and Mon Repos, the Finance Minister officially handed over one fully furnished computer lab, each, obtained through an intervention by the Caribbean Development Bank. The project was executed at a cost of $9M and $7.5M respectively. (GINA)

Basic needs Trust Fund (BNTF) Project Manager Michael Singh handing over a certificate of participation to a graduating student at the Information Communication Technology graduation at Golden Grove


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GUYANA CHRONICLE Saturday, November 9, 2013

Vote an explicit misuse of one-seat majority, says Finance Minister - Nandlall, Edghill expound on economic consequences

By Vanessa Narine THE parliamentary vote Thursday night on the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Amendment Bill, will now see Guyana still attempting to make a case to the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF). This was according to Finance Minister, Dr. Ashni Singh at a media briefing in the Committee Room at the Public Buildings soon after the vote. According to him, the body meets in a plenary session on November 18, and Guyana’s

delegation, led by Attorney General Anil Nandlall, will now be in a position to outline that real attempts were made to have the legislation passed. Singh bemoaned the actions of Opposition Members of Parliament and called the vote an “explicit display of abuse” of the one-seat majority in the House. “Right now the private sector will tell you that their businesses are affected and this Opposition refuses to listen….refuses to recognise the seriousness and gravity of the situation,” he said. The minister said Thursday night’s vote was the workings of the new dispensation of power

in the National Assembly at its worst. He pointed out that the new dispensation, the 32-33 divide in favour of the Opposition, was heralded by some as an opportunity for Guyana, while others called it a cause for caution and concern; the latter has manifested itself in the vote. “We have had many examples of the tyranny of one… today is a dark day in parliamentary life,” he said.

has expressed support for the passage of the AML/CFT bill was ignored with the defeat of the legislation. “The only persons who don’t recognise the merit of the bill are the 33 opposition MPs,” he said. He added that the records of the six months of debate on

ing timeline, a constraint that Guyana was working with. “One has to ask, whose interest are you protecting in killing this bill…it could not have been workers….it could not have been the private sector…. the Opposition must be forced to name whose interest they are supporting,” he charged.

was unmasked by speakers on the Government’s side. “Their bluff has been called,” he said. Nandlall stressed that Guyana now has a parliamentary majority that no longer represents “anything that is good” for Guyana. He inferred that the only in-

Minister Ashni Singh

Attorney General Anil Nandlall

Minister Juan Edghill

STAKEHOLDERS IGNORED Singh made it clear that every national stakeholder that

the bill will show clearly the government’s diligent pursuit of its passage and the Opposition’s equally diligent pursuit of its delay. According to him, the Opposition is seemingly interested in taking Guyana to a troubling precipice in the ease with which they inflicted “economic sabotage” on Guyana. He underscored that Guyana’s most troubling economic times were under the stewardship of Carl Greenidge, the MP who led the charge to defeat the AML/CFT Bill. Minister within the Ministry of Finance, Bishop Juan Edghill, in his remarks, echoed similar sentiments and expressed concerns over the views of the majority of stakeholders in Guyana being ignored. “What they have said is I don’t give a damn,” he said. Edghill stated that the Opposition cannot plead ignorance on the issue, nor on the impend-

In his view, the vote indicates and intention to make the government look bad “at all costs” and not acting as an Opposition should – to keep the Government in line with the representation of the people’s interest being the foremost consideration. NO REAL ARGUMENT The AG, adding his bit, maintained that the Opposition proffered no real argument to justify their non-support. The Alliance For Change’s (AFC) grounds for non-support was an exchange, where they would support the bill if the government advances legislation that would address the establishment of the Public Procurement Commission. According to the Nandlall, APNU MPs’ attempts to push to have the bill recommitted to a Parliamentary Select Committee

terest that could be served with the rejection of the AML/CFT Bill is that of money launderers and terrorists. “Where does the Opposition stand,” the AG questioned. He added that the vote was another “nail in the coffin” for Guyana. The AG pointed out that the impacts will affect everything from remittances, which will have an increased burden of verification, to the operation of banks on the international market, already being seen with the pull-out by the Citi-Bank group in Guyana. The three officials concurred that Guyana’s being blacklisted is almost certain, as a letter from CFATF stated that if Guyana is not found sufficiently compliant, CFATF will instruct its member states to take precautions to safeguard themselves from the risks emanating from Guyana.


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Guyana joins international counterparts in observing Malaria Day of the Americas -Minister Ramsaran urges recognition for health workers’ efforts MINISTER of Health Dr Bheri Ramsaran has sounded a call for increased recognition of the contributions of health workers whom he described as “health warriors” in efforts against malaria. Delivering the keynote address at a ceremony at the Regency Hotel to mark Malaria Day of the Americas on Wednesday, the minister said that their efforts, along with those of the ministry’s strategic partners, should be lauded. It is as a result of their labour that the vector borne disease has been eliminated from the coast and pushed back in many interior locations, he noted. Despite gains in combating malaria, it was noted that challenges remain due to the porous nature of Guyana’s borders which are difficult to police. The Vector Control Services (VCS), which are now unified, must remain constant, he said. “We must remain vigilant…while we have made great strides, we must continue to give our support to those in the fields.” Government’s investment to reduce vector borne diseases, which also includes dengue fever, will continue to be high due to the fact that many more persons are accessing the interior for jobs and other opportunities. He cited the close to 500 medical doctors who were injected into the local health sec-

tor over the last two years, after Cuban training, and their placement in remote communities which were in need of medical personnel. These medical professionals should be commended for their efforts, despite operating in occasionally resource scarce conditions, said Minister Ramsaran. He added that they, along with other staffers, play key roles in the Vector Control Programme, and are examples to youths who may be considering the medical field or health sector as a career choice. The Health Minister issued a challenge to the VCS to award accolades to those who have served in the sector for a number of years, before the end of the week. He also called for the event to be a week-long celebration of the gains made in reducing the disease. 37,000 INSECTICIDE TREATED NETS DISTRIBUTED Giving an overview of the local anti-malaria effort, Director, VCS, Dr. Reyaud Rahaman said the Health Ministry has been partnering with other government ministries and agencies to intensify its campaign. To date, 37,000 long-lasting insecticide treated nets have been distributed in the malaria-endemic regions (1, 7, 8 and 9). There have been significant

PAHO Senior Advisor Adriannus Vlugman addressing participants at the Malaria Day observance investments in modernising the malaria information system, and the VCS Director explained that epidemiological data is much more updated now than it was 10 years ago, and this has made it easy to pinpoint the exact locations where there might be a spike in malaria cases and as such, these instances can be countered in a timely manner. Dr. Rahaman disclosed that 60,000 people have had blood smears to test for malaria over the last two years in diseaseprone communities. A threepronged approach to tackle malaria, he added, is being employed. This comprises net distribution, testing via smears and spraying.

Health Minister Dr. Bheri Ramsaran (4th from left) examining protective gear for Vector Control Services staff

The Health Ministry will be moving towards increasing its advocacy efforts to educate persons about the disease. Some of the Health Ministry’s local partners on board in the effort were lauded. These include the Guyana Forestry Commission (GFC), Guyana Gold and Diamond Miners Association (GGDMA), Guyana Defence Force (GDF), Women Miners’ Association and the Ministries of Amerindian Affairs and Natural Resources and Environment. The VCS has had a great partnership with the PanAmerican Health Organisation/ World Health Organisation (PAHO/WHO), through whose support a lot of training programmes have been facilitated. Reflecting on this, PAHO’s Senior Advisor on Sustainable Development and Environment, Adrianus Vlugman, said that this year’s theme, “Invest in the future, defeat Malaria”, was an apt one. He said that Guyana must increase its investment to combat vector-

Participants at the observance of Malaria Day of the Americas borne diseases and urged all partners to assist. Vlugman also urged health workers to be agents of change. Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) is a body which oversees the operations and finances of the VCS. Its representative, Desiree Edghill, commended the efforts of those who work in the sector, highlighting her experience during a field visit to Lethem and surrounding communities during which she saw firsthand the challenges faced and the efforts to surmount them.

Malaria Day in the Americas has been observed on November 6 in Guyana since 2003, a date which coincided with the day that the malaria parasite was first observed by Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Charles Laveran, in 1880 during a medical examination at a military hospital in Algeria. It was launched in 2007 and seeks to raise awareness, build commitment and mobilise action to meet malaria reduction goals at the community, country and regional levels. (GINA)


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North West Secondary School celebrates many successes at annual graduation exercise NORTH West Secondary School on Friday last held its annual graduation exercise for the Grade 11 students who recently wrote the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) exams. The student adjudged the Best Overall Student of Region 1 was Reshma Armogan with 4 Grade 1s, 4 Grades 2s and 3 Grade 3s. The Best Visual Arts prize was awarded to Julia Latchmenarine. In delivering the Headmaster’s Report, Headmaster of North West Secondary School, Mr. Malcolm Marcus, congratulated the students and urged them to continue to be successful as they aim for greater achievements. “To our graduating students, I wish to congratulate all of you on your various successes and wish you the very best in all your future endeavours. Go into the world of work and make us proud. Advance your qualifications at higher institutions of learning. In all you do, ensure that you use your discretion and remember to consider the feelings of others and respect them,” Mr. Marcus stated. He also thanked his teaching and administrative staff for all the hard work they put in to make the school successful even in the midst of many challenges. Delivering the feature address was the Coordinator of School Boards, Ms. Melcita Bovell, who began by celebrating the achievements of the students who were graduating by referring to the stellar partnership in education made possible by the teachers, parents, students and community members of North West Secondary School working together to produce the proud graduates of the school. Ms. Bovell went on to highlight for the gathering, the determined commitment of the government to remain steadfast in investing strategically in education. She said: “Today the Government of Guyana spends $28B on education in an effort to further strengthen the sector, so as to considerably enhance the quality of our human capital and to assist in our overall productivity as a nation.” She pointed out that: “Secondary education is on the verge of being that extremely high successful story. Guyana is soon to embark on achieving universal secondary education … “The Government of Guyana knows the importance of skills development and its ability to drive national development. Therefore, education will remain one of the main areas of focus in which the government will continue to invest. A skilled workforce is necessary to stimulate private sector growth that will bring new jobs and ultimately new prosperity to the people of Guyana, she added.” (Michel Outridge)

Students of North West Secondary School following their graduation ceremony

2014 Old Age Pension books distribution begins November 18 Senior citizens eligible to benefit from Old Age Pension in 2014 will be issued their books at locations across the country starting Monday, November 18, 2013. All pensioners are reminded to take their 2013 Old Age Pension booklet and the corresponding national identification card or passport. Pensioners cannot authorise anyone to collect their Old Age Pension Booklets. Officers will deliver booklets to those who are unable to visit the centres. The Ministry of Labour, Human Services and Social Security has made every effort to place distribution centres closest

to pensioners. A list of the distribution centres, dates and times will be published in the November 10, 2013 edition of the Guyana Times and the November 17, 2013 edition of the Stabroek News, Kaieteur News and Guyana Chronicle. Persons are advised to kindly check the schedule carefully and present themselves at the distribution centre that caters to persons in their catchment area. For queries or additional information, kindly contact the pension department on telephone number 223-6027 or your District Office. (Human Services Ministry)


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Victoria Four Corner double murder…

Accused ‘Picture Boy’ to know fate on Monday By George Barclay YESTERDAY the defence and the prosecution urged the mixed jury in the Victoria Four Corner double murder to return verdicts of not guilty and guilty respec-

tively in relation to accused, Cyon Collier called ‘Picture Boy’. Addressing the mixed jury, defence counsel, Lyndon Amsterdam, representing Collier, who allegedly confessed to the crime on September 23,

2006, told the jury that his client is contending that the confession is a fabrication which he was painfully forced to sign after he was kicked several times on his scrotum, which left him with hydrocele. Defence counsel also asked

On $15,000 bail for theft of tub, bicycle A FARMER of Lot 2521 North Ruimveldt, Georgetown, was yesterday placed on $15,000 bail for stealing a tub and a pedal cycle. Before Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry, Dexter Grant pleaded not guilty to the offence that said between November 5 and 6, at North Road, also in Georgetown, he stole from Nikita Williams one tub and a pedal cycle together valued at $21,300. Police prosecutor Corporal Bharat Mangru did not object to the pretrial liberty of the unrepresented defendant. However, surety was granted in the sum of $25,000, but Grant pleaded with the Chief Magistrate that he cannot afford the amount, since he only has $15,000 at home. Hence, the latter was granted a bail reduction to that amount, and the case was put off for November 19. ***************************************************************

Mason posts $60,000 surety in cellular phone theft case A THIRTY-YEAR-OLD mason of Lot 1076 Cinderella Street, Amelia’s Ward, Linden, was yesterday ordered to post $60,000 surety for stealing a cellular phone. Leon Cutting denied the allegation when the charge was read to him by Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry. Particulars said on Wednesday, October 13, at Hadfield Street, Georgetown, he stole from Travis Clark one HTC cellular phone valued at $160,000. The defendant told the court that he did not steal the phone. He further indicated that on the day in question he was just a passenger in the bus that arrived from Linden. Police prosecutor Corporal Bharat Mangru did not object to bail and the case will be called again on January 17, 2014. ***************************************************************

$50,000 bail in receiving stolen property case ROY SINGH, of Lot 66 Hadfield Street, Lodge, was yesterday placed on $50,000 bail when he was arraigned before Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry for receiving stolen property on Diwali Day. The 42-year-old defendant pleaded not guilty to the offence that said on Sunday, November 3, at Georgetown, he received from Orlando Wilson one sheep valued $80,000, belonging to Sahadeo Mohabir, knowing same to be stolen. Attorney-at-law Mr. Paul Fung-a-Fat represented the defendant and claimed that his client bought the stolen item, but was not aware that it was stolen property. Police prosecutor Corporal Bharat Mangru informed the court that on the day in question, Wilson stole the sheep from Mohabir. After the matter was reported to the police, he admitted selling it to Singh for $10,000. Mangru did not object to bail and the matter was put off for Januray17, 2014. ***************************************************************

Three charged with break and enter committed on Central Electronics THREE men who were jointly charged with break and enter and larceny committed on Central Electronics located on Robb Street, Georgetown, yesterday made another appearance before Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry. David Lynch, of Lot 147 Cooper Street, Raymond Harvey a miner of Lot 16 Duncan Street and Oriley Small of Lot 6 Charlestown, all in Georgetown, were all granted bail in the sum of $250,000 each. They first appeared in court on October 18 and pleaded not guilty to that charge that said between Saturday 5 and Monday 7 of October, at Robb Street, Georgetown, they broke into Central Electronics and stole a quantity of items, including a flat screen television set and a metal safe, along with cash, together valued $9.2M, property of Chet Singh. Police Corporal Bharat Mangru, prosecuting, told the court that the virtual complainant secured his business place on Robb Street, Georgetown, on Saturday, October 5, and returned for business on Monday, October 7, when he discovered that a door on the ground floor of the building was broken. A check was made on CCTV camera and it was noticed that Harvey, the driver of motor car PEE 6716, entered the store and then made an escape. Mangru objected to pre-trial freedom of all the defendants, citing the prevalence and seriousness of the offence. He added that if bail should be granted, he requested that conditions should be attached. However, the objection was overruled, and the defendants are ordered to report at Brickdam Police Station every fortnight, on Fridays at 17:00 hrs, until January 17, 2014.

the jury to find that the prosecution had failed to make out a prima facie case against the accused, and as such they must return a verdict of not guilty for the murder of Ray Walcott, called ‘Sugar’, and Carl Andrews called ‘Alo’. Amsterdam also accused the prosecution witnesses of grave inconsistencies in their evidence

Cyon Collier called ‘Picture Boy’

which the jur y, he said, ought to reject. On the other hand, State Prosecutrix, Mrs. Judith Gildharie-Mursalin, referring to the allegation that the police had kicked him in his scrotum which was so painful that it caused him to sign his name to a fabricated confession, said it was a ‘nancy story’. She also urged the jury to disregard the charges of inconsistencies against the prosecution witnesses on the ground that they were unreal. Justice Navindra Singh, the presiding judge, will sum up the evidence to the jury on Monday, after which he will hand over the case to them for their consideration and verdict.


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After fuel thefts…

BK International rewards employees for saving company millions By Leroy Smith MANAGING Director of BK International Inc., Mr. Brian Tiwarie, last Friday rewarded two of his employees for being so vigilant that they were able to save the company millions of dollars worth of fuel, which was being carted off through theft from vehicles. Speaking to the media yesterday before handing over the $250,000 each and champagne to the beneficiaries, General Manager, Mr. Egan Bazillio said the loss is felt by the firm weekly. The alleged culprits, a truck driver and a front-end loader operator were caught red-handed

on camera as they took the fuel out of a BK 10-wheeler vehicle which was doing duty at the company’s sand pit on the Soesdyke/Linden Highway. The men were confronted about their action and handed over to the police, before appearing in the Providence Magistrate’s Court, East Bank Demerara, yesterday morning. Bazillio said the fuel lost recently has been of tremendous concern to the company and what is bothersome is that, when similar acts are uncovered and taken to the court, those charged with the offences are slapped with minimal fines which fail to act as a deterrent.

He said what the company did Friday would pave the way for other employees to be more open and alert with respect to their surroundings and safeguarding of the company’s resources. He said BK International expressed willingness to reward members of the public who may be aware of any such thefts by employees in any part of the country where it is working. The police, at the Timehri station, also on East Bank of Demerara, were commended by the company, too, for their timely response after being informed of the development.

Holding their $250,000 cash each and champagne in hands, the two recipients are seen here with Brian Tiwarie (right) and two other employees (at left).

Newspaper vendor dies after colliding with van CHRONICLE newspaper vendor Bhagwandeen Naraine, of Lima Housing Scheme on the Essequibo Coast, who was involved in an accident on the Sparta Public Road at around 12:30hrs Wednesday, died while receiving medical attention at the Suddie Hospital some four hours later. Reports say the newspaper vendor, who sustained serious injuries to his body and right leg, died just after doctors had amputated his damaged leg. According to reports, he was selling newspapers at Sparta village when the motor cycle he was driving collided with a speeding van. He was knocked off his bike on impact and hurled to the road parapet while his damaged motor cycle was pitched some distance away and landed in front the of Sparta Mandir. Sheets from the newspapers were flying all over the public road as scores of residents rushed from their homes to assist the badly injured man. The van that was transporting some four hundred pounds of frozen plucked chicken to Charity, crashed into a nearby drain after hitting the motor cycle and its rider. Reports say the driver escaped with minor injuries. Police have arrested the driver of the van and investigations are ongoing. (Rajendra Prabhulall)


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Linden-Lethem roadway is in good shape - says Hinterland Roads Engineer WORK to maintain the 300-odd miles Linden-Lethem roadway in good condition has been ongoing in recent months. Naeem Mohamed, Hinterland Roads Engineer in the Ministry of Public Works, said that overall the Linden-Lethem roadway is in good shape and the road at present is quite traversable. Mohamed said emergency works at ‘Mile 40’on the road to Mabura, Region 10 (Upper Demerara/Upper Berbice) on a bridge

at Mango Tree in the Iwokrama concession in Region 8 (Potaro/ Siparuni); and on another bridge at Aranaputa in Region 9 (Upper Takutu/Upper Essequibo) had been completed at a cost of $10M with minimal disruption of traffic along the roadway. He disclosed too that the Moco Moco Bridge along the Culvert City trail in Region 9, which had collapsed earlier this year had been repaired at a cost of $12.5M and access to the deep south

Murder accused granted $250,000 bail - Committal Order & Indictment quashed By George Barclay JUSTICE James Bovell-Drakes, on Thursday, quashed the order for the indictment and committal of Leon Paul for murder. The judge also granted the 22-year-old accused $250,000 bail. Paul, of Paradise, East Coast of Demerara, was charged in September 2008 with the capital offence, allegedly committed on Dexroy Dodson, when the former was 16 years old. Arraigned before Justice Bovell-Drakes, last Wednesday, he pleaded not guilty and his Defence Counsel, Mr. Sandel Kissoon moved a motion challenging the indictment as a nullity, on the ground that it was founded on an invalid committal. He argued that, in this case, specifically, Magistrate Sherdel Isaacs had committed the prisoner to stand trial as charged in December 2010, on the basis of an alleged caution statement, without holding a voir dire (trial within a trial). Subsequently, in April 2012, the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) directed the magistrate to reopen the preliminary inquiry (PI) for the purpose of tendering the caution statement. But, again, no voir dire was conducted and Kissoon cited several High Court authorities, including Justice Ramlal’s in the case of the State v. Webber; Justice George’s in the State v. Budhoo and Justice Chang’s in Troy Green’s application for judicial review. Eventually, Justice Bovell-Drakes ruled that the committal was flawed and a nullity, in circumstances where there could be no valid indictment flowing from it. In view of the fact that the charge still stands and having regard to the accused being committed, Paul was allowed pre-trial freedom, on condition that he reports at a Police station once a week. During the hearing Thursday, the DPP was represented by Ms. Natasha Backer and the accused by Mr. Satyesh Kissoon.

Rupununi is once again hassle-free. Five log bridges along the Linden-Lethem road between Siparuni Junction and Kurupukari, which are said to be in a critical condition, are to be soon repaired. A contract valued at $16M has been awarded to Mekdeci Machinery and Construction (MMC) for the execution of these works. (Clifford Stanley)


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Aries March 21 - April 19 A new person in your life is serving as a sort of beacon for you. Their visionary ideas and bold suggestions might not be your style, but there is wisdom in following their actions and doing as they do. It's not about mimicking or copying someone -- it's about being smart enough to let someone else be the guinea pig when it comes to a new trend or taking a risk on a high-stakes gamble. This person is used to taking big chances, while you're just getting started.

Taurus April 20 - May 20 If you are convinced that you are right about a fact or issue today, how far are you willing to take it? It's admirable to defend your position, but you should stop short of getting into any power struggles -- someone might have something up their sleeve, and you can't afford to lose any ground to them, even if they gain it by cheating. Refuse to get down in the dirt with someone else -- you'll only end up getting dirty yourself. This battle won't be worth it.

Gemini May 21 - June 21 When a suggestion is a good one, you should take it -- sometimes even if it goes against your own instincts. Someone really different may appear at this time. Do they say things that prove to you that they are on to something good? You need to become a part of it! Just because you don't know a person very well doesn't mean they don't know you -- or at least what you want out of life. Let other people connect with you by letting them help you out.

Cancer June 22 - July 22 Are you sure that you're getting the sleep you need? It's important to stay in tip-top shape right now to make the most of this highly productive period. There is a lot of potential for you to earn a lot more money, but you are going to have to push yourself a little bit harder than you usually do to realise that goal. Debts are not going to disappear unless you start working up a little bit of a sweat to make them go away.

Leo July 23 - August 22

Cocaine sweets investigation...

Sweets removed, replaced by cocaine and coated with chocolate …file sent to DPP, several statements taken, batch numbers released DEPUTY Commissioner of Police and Crime Chief Seelall Persaud yesterday said that statements were

taken from several persons as the investigations into the chocolate coated cocaine in sweetie wrapper widen.

For Saturday November 9, 2013 - 09:30hrs For Sunday November 10, 2013 - 10:30hrs

Speaking with the Guyana Chronicle yesterday, the Crime Chief stated that the police have already taken statements from the shopkeeper in Whitewater where the children bought the sweets; statements were also taken from the person the shopkeeper bought the sweets from. He also confirmed that the file has since been sent to the Director of Public prosecution for advice. He confirmed that the wrappers were indeed those which came from the Beharry Group of Companies and that they originally contained the sweets manufactured by the company. He explained that some person or persons removed the sweets, replaced them with cocaine and coated the drug with a brownish substance to make it look authentic. Mr. Persaud made it clear that the items which the children bought were not sweets laced with cocaine, but rather cocaine which was painted. At least one government health body is very concerned that even if the sweets were ‘doctored’ in the city, how did they get to Region 1.

One or two ego clashes are likely today, so prepare yourself for some disappointing behaviour from people you used to respect. You will be thrust into a high-stakes situation, and everyone around you will be ready to do whatever it takes to end up on top -- including cheat. This doesn't mean you have to get down in the dirt with others to survive, though. You can rise above the fray. Maintain your honour while you keep your focus on what you need to do.

Virgo August 23 - September 22 What important people say is very important today -- it could reveal some secrets and give you an edge over the competition. So try to talk it up with as many people as possible. Ask probing questions, play devil's advocate, and don't shy away from taboo topics. Get ready to revise some of your long-held beliefs, because you just might have to.

Libra September 23 - October 22 You are ready to put your ambition aside to pursue your social goals. You are getting along well with others right now, and this is a harmony you should be in no hurry to end. Being with other people is very rewarding to you right now, and you truly value the people you're surrounded by. So the idea of getting to know them even better should be quite appealing.

Scorpio October 23 - November 21 Communicating with your family might be difficult right now -- your feelings might be so complicated that you either don't feel like sharing them or don't know how to share them! Either way, this is not a good day for any major conversations with siblings or your parents. And even scheduling a future visit is not advised right now, because you won't be able to come up with a time that works for everyone. So get back in touch with them in a few days.

Sagittarius November 22 - December 21 People who have a lot of power over your life are going to be all around you today, so it's time to look your best and act your best. Of course, they are going to like what they see, and it won't be hard to impress them -- but you can't get too cocky about it or take their approval for granted. Double check your work just in case, and make sure you've finished everything perfectly. Your relationships with these people are good, but why not make sure they get even better?

Capricorn December 22 - January 19 Your recent dreams have been vivid and rather entertaining, but do they hold valuable insight into how you can find happiness? No. They're just ideas your subconscious is playing with, and nothing more. Be careful not to read too much into the numbers that keep popping up. You can play them in the lottery, but don't expect a big win. Your prosperity is much more likely to come as a result of your hard work right now. Money still has to be earned.

Aquarius January 20 - February 18 You'll receive an inexpensive but impressive gift today -- and you should show your gratitude accordingly. It could be the gift of an idea, or an inspiration that will spark a great change in your life. Enjoy the 'eureka!' moment that is sure to come, which won't be hard to do. It's nice to be reminded that life is still full of surprises and that you are still capable of surprising other people once in a while.

Pisces February 19 - March 20 Daydreaming can help you visualise a better future for yourself, so today going off to fantasy land could be a very effective use of your free time. Focusing only on your day-to-day routine offers no stimulation whatsoever, no matter how interesting your days have been lately. Your mind needs to escape to a worry-free place where anything is possible and the world can be whatever you want it to be. You will find that escape through your vivid imagination.


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Guyana not prepared to give up an inch of its territory to Venezuela - Foreign Minister stands firm, says Guyana will not compromise its principles nor sacrifice national patrimony for ephemeral gains (Following is the full text of a statement by Honourable Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett, Minister of Foreign Affairs to the National Assembly on Thursday Nov. 7th, 2013) Mr. Speaker, Colleague Members of Parliament

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ORTY-THREE years ago our predecessors met in this very Honourable House to speak with one voice in denounc ing the illegal claim by Venezuela to our territory both offshore and onshore. I was not yet born nor were more than 60% of the Guyanese people living today. But today, we all share the ongoing burden placed on us to seek solutions to the problems, which this spurious claim by Venezuela has created for us as a small developing country. I would like also to believe, Mr. Speaker, that in this Honourable House, today we share as our predecessors did, the unswerving commitment to do all that is possible, within the laws that govern the peaceful relations between and among States, to secure the preserva-

tion of Guyana’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. Mr. Speaker, as I have done in the past, when matters relating to our borders arose, I now wish to update this National Assembly on the most recent incident. It was less than a month ago, on 10 October 2013, that the RV TeknikPerdana, a research vessel contracted to Anadarko – an oil company operating under licence in Guyana’s exclusive economic zone - was intercepted by a Venezuelan naval vessel. Both the RV TeknikPerdana and its crew were ordered to proceed to a Venezuelan port. The vessel and its crew have since been released. Mr. Speaker, the details of this incident are now in the public realm and need not detain us here, except for these salient facts which I wish to emphasize and bring to the attention of Honourable Members. The first is that both Guyana and Venezuela are in agreement as to the precise location where the research vessel was detained and escorted under arms to a Venezuelan port. It is an incontrovertible fact, supported by all the relevant principles of international law,

that the RV TeknikPerdana was well within Guyana’s waters. Secondly, the rejection of the use of force in the settlement of disputes is a principle enshrined in international law governing the peaceful relations between and among States. It certainly has been a principle which Guyana throughout our history has championed, endorsed and supported. Thirdly, Mr. Speaker, Honourable Members, Guyana has always chosen the path of dialogue in the settlement of its bilateral disputes and controversies. Indeed some among us will recall that in some of the darkest days in our relationship with Venezuela, Guyana chose the path of diplomacy in thwarting Venezuela’s ambitions and in opening the way for a more ordered development of our young nation with less apprehension and with increasing confidence. These I venture to say Mr. Speaker, are important and relevant considerations on which I wish to elaborate. Mr. Speaker, when the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was informed on the evening of October 10th of the arrest of the RV TeknikPerdana by the Venezuelan Navy, the reaction of the Government was imme-

that for Guyana, our land border with Venezuela is settled by the 1899 Arbitral Award which was agreed by Venezuela and Great Britain (on behalf of Guyana) as “full, perfect and final.” Mr. Speaker, a few have sought to find fault with the Joint Statement that was signed at the conclusion of this historic October 17 Meeting. It must be noted, however, that Venezuela was unshakable in its position that according to its line of delineation, the RV TeknikPerdana was in Venezuelan waters. On behalf of my Government and my country, I maintained that the vessel was in Guyana’s waters. Given our inflexible positions, the only possible other outcomes were either separate Statements or a Joint Statement reflecting the positions of both sides. That, Mr. Speaker, would have been a ludicrous, pointless and very unfortunate outcome. The PPPC Government would not advocate such a result. Instead Mr. Speaker, at Guyana’s insistence a paragraph was agreed on which has served to establish a process for the eventual delimitation of the maritime boundary between Guyana and Venezuela. The Meeting of 17 October therefore was fruitful, in that it resulted in all of Guyana’s principal objectives being met: (a) The immediate release of As everyone knows, the relations between Guyana and Venezuela, ever since the RV TeknikPerdana and the safe return Guyana’s independence in 1966, have been bedevilled by intermittent threats, of its crew; acts of intimidation, seizure and attempted seizure of territory and various (b) The establishment of a forms of economic aggression all committed by Venezuela in a vain attempt process for the maritime delimitation of the boundary between Guyana and Vento break Guyana’s will and to force concessions in relation to its illegal claim ezuela.

to the Essequibo region. The information in this regard is well documented.

diate, decisive and firm. I immediately made efforts to speak with my counterpart in Caracas. The Charge d’Affaires of the Venezuelan Embassy was summoned to the Foreign Ministry and a diplomatic Note protesting the action by the Venezuelan navy was dispatched. A media release was issued to ensure our population was informed. My communication with my counterpart resulted in an agreement to meet in a neutral territory – Trinidad and Tobago was agreed upon. For Guyana, the principal aim of that engagement was to discuss the incident, to demand the safe release of the vessel and its crew and to engage in discussions on the way forward. It was in my Government’s judgment the correct and rational response, given all the circumstances which I shall dilate on in a short while The Meeting in Trinidad and Tobago with my Venezuelan counterpart took place on 17 October 2013. It lasted for close to six hours with an occasional break to consult with the Members of our respective delegations. The fact that the Meeting took place at all, coupled with the range of issues it covered, is essential to a clearer understanding of the fundamental nature of the relations between Guyana and Venezuela at this time. It also provided the framework for the acceptance of the Guyana initiative, as mentioned in the Joint Statement, for the way forward in settling the maritime boundary between the two countries. During the discussions, the Venezuelans requested that the matter be brought to the Good Offices Process but Guyana pointed out that this was not within the mandate of the Good Offices Process and unless a new mandate was given this was not possible at this time. As Honourable Members are aware, Guyana and Venezuela had agreed in the year 1987 to the Good Offices of the UN Secretary General under the 1966 Geneva Agreement, in finding a solution to the controversy that had arisen out of Venezuela’s contention that the 1899 Arbitral Award that laid down the boundary between British Guiana at the time, and Venezuela, was null and void. Let me reiterate

I believe in all honesty Mr. Speaker that these were satisfactory outcomes given the circumstances and the inevitable and indeed quite understandable pressures to act otherwise. I have sent letters to the Secretaries General of the Caribbean Community, the Organisation of American States, the Commonwealth and the United Nations as well as to the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Suriname in that country’s capacity as Pro Tempore Chair of UNASUR, apprising them of the situation and the outcome of my meeting with the Foreign Minister of Venezuela, Mr. Elias Jaua. Mr. Speaker, some of our people have asked the question, how is it that both Guyana and Venezuela claim that the vessel was in their jurisdiction? Is this because of the illegal claim that Venezuela has on Essequibo? Mr. Speaker, the short answer is the land border, which involves Essequibo, has been settled in 1899 as previously mentioned but the maritime boundary has not yet been settled. The question will then be asked, how then do we know that the RV TeknikPerdana was in our jurisdiction? As representatives of our people, it is important that we grasp the considerations of international law that affect the delimitation of the maritime boundary of adjacent States. Of course the example with which we are all familiar is the settlement of Guyana’s maritime boundary with Suriname under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS). The Tribunal in the case between Guyana and Suriname, as many other Tribunals with the same mandate did, stated that “The process of delimitation is divided into two stages. First the court or tribunal posits a provisional equidistance line which may then be adjusted to reflect special or relevant circumstances.” Mr. Speaker, it is using the method of equidistance that Guyana has declared its provisional maritime boundaries ever since 1977. This is how we know Mr. Speaker, that the vessel at the time of its interception was in Guyana’s waters. If Venezuela were to follow the same internationally recognized

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principles, its provisional boundary line would be west of Guyana’s line. Mr. Speaker, to be clear, let me indicate that under UNCLOS and customary international law, States are permitted to delineate their maritime boundaries. If the entitlement overlaps with another State, then the two States have to agree or enter into dispute settlement. Mr Speaker, it is tempting to succumb to the view that Guyana should have denounced Venezuela before the international community and publicly placed in question Venezuela’s sincerity regarding the construction of a regime of durable good neighbourliness. I would like to put that thought in some perspective. As everyone knows, the relations between Guyana and Venezuela, ever since Guyana’s independence in 1966, have been bedevilled by intermittent threats, acts of intimidation, seizure and attempted seizure of territory and vari-

The Government of Guyana will do what it can to establish a regime of peace, security and beneficial cooperation with Venezuela and has therefore in this instance opted to pursue a course of reasoned dialogue as the preferred course of action to safeguard Guyana’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. But Guyana will not, I repeat will not, compromise its principles nor sacrifice any of its national patrimony for ephemeral gains displayed on the altar of cooperation. ous forms of economic aggression all committed by Venezuela in a vain attempt to break Guyana’s will and to force concessions in relation to its illegal claim to the Essequibo region. The information in this regard is well documented. Over the past decade and particularly after His Excellency Hugo Chavez became President of Venezuela, there has been a marked improvement in Venezuela’s attitude towards Guyana. The Government of Guyana seized this opportunity to strengthen the bonds of friendship and cooperation with Venezuela. The various agreements signed between the two countries during this period as well as the developments in the Essequibo that proceeded apace without the customary negative reaction from Venezuela, provide clear evidence of the success of such a strategy and its positive impact on Guyana’s programmes for development. When His Excellency President Nicolas Maduro Moros paid his State visit to Guyana on 31 August 2013 his public remarks confirmed that the ties between the two countries were firm and that our boundary disagreements should be seen for what they are – legacies of the past to be dealt with now in a mature and responsible manner. Are the various agreements signed and related programmes to be deemed worthless now? Do we in light of the 10 October incident return to those ‘darkest days’ of which I spoke earlier or to those days of development uncertainties? I should hope not. But in saying so, let me make this quite clear. The Government of Guyana will do what it can to establish a regime of

Foreign Minister Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett in the National Assembly on Thursday last. peace, security and beneficial cooperation with Venezuela and has therefore in this instance opted to pursue a course of reasoned dialogue as the preferred course of action to safeguard Guyana’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. But Guyana will not, I repeat will not, compromise its principles nor sacrifice any of its national patrimony for ephemeral gains displayed on the altar of cooperation. I ask, Mr. Speaker, that this Honourable House reaffirms its support and remains united as we move forward towards the resolution of this national issue. I thank you.


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NOTICE 1ST PUBLICATION LAND COURT LAND REGISTRY AREA: Plantation Arcadia BLOCK: IX ZONE: East Bank Demerara Pursuant to Section 31 of the Land Registry Act, Chapter 5:02 the following Declaration of Title was made in respect of the parcel of land herein mentioned situate at Plantation Arcadia being Block: IX of Zone: East Bank Demerara as shown on a Final Plan by R.O. McDonald, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 9th day of September, 2009 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys as Plan No. 46136 and Land Registry No. L.R. 1410 Name and Address of Awardee WYNETTE DELPH Lot 276 Arcadia East Bank Demerara Declaration of Title to parcel 276 Acreage 0.114 S U PREME COURT REGISTRY LAW COURTS GEORGETOWN Campbell for Registrar of the Supreme Court Dated this 21st day of October, 2013. 2013 No. 112-D BERBIC EIN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE (DIVORCE AND AMTRIMONIAL JURISDICTON) (DIVORCE) BETWEEN: RAMPERSAUD (ROBIN RAVENDRA) Petitioner -and- RAMPERSAUD (KUNTIE) Respondent NOTICE: TO: KUNTIE RAMPERSAUD Lot 8 Springlands, Corriverton, Corentyne, Berbice TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Divorce has been filed in the High Court Registry New Amsterdam, Berbice by ROBIN RAVENDRA RAMPERSAUD, against you. UPON APPLICATION in person or by Letter to Messrs. Adrian Anamayah and/or Ian Anamayah, Attorneys-at-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice, a sealed an certified copy of the Petition with affidavit in support and a sealed copy of the Citation will be sent or delivered to you. IF WITHIN 28 (twentyeight) days after the final publication of this Notice no application has been made nor appearance entered the Court may proceed to hear the said Petition and pronounce Judgement in your absence notwithstanding. Dated this 17th day of October, 2013 New Amsterdam, Berbice P. Williams FOR REGISTRAR. 2013 No. 104-D BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL JURISDICTION DIVORCE BETWEEN: GOBERDHAN (TOOLSIE RAM) Petitioner andGOBERDHAN (PARBATTIE) Respondent NOTICE TO: PARBATTIE GOBERDHAN Lot 12 Bush Lot Farm, Corentyne, Berbice TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Divorce has been filed in the High Court Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice by TOOLSIE RAM GOBERDHAN, against you. UPON APPLICIATON in person or by Letter to Messrs. Adrian Anamayah and/or Ian Anamayah, Attorneys-at-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice a sealed and certified copy of the Petition with affidavit in support and a sealed copy of the Citation will be sent or delivered to you. IF WITHIN 28 (twentyeight) days after the final publication of this Notice no application has been made nor appearance entered the Court

NOTICE may proceed to hear the said Petition and pronounce Judgment in your absence notwithstanding Dated this 17th day of October 2013 New Amsterdam, Berbice P. Williams FOR REGISTRAR. 2013 No. 210-D BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL JURISDICTION DIVORCE BETWEEN CLARKE (JENNIFER ANN) Petitioner and- CLARKE (COLIN) Respondent NOTICE TO: COLIN CLARKE Formerly of Lot 12 Queenstown, No. 79 Corentyne, Berbice TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Divorce has been filed in the High Court Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice by JENNIFER ANN CLARKE, against you. UPON APPLICATION in person or by Letter to Messrs. Adrian Anamayah and/or Ian Anamayah, Attorneys-at-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice a sealed and certified copy of the Petition with affidavit in support and a sealed copy of the Citation will be sent or delivered to you. IF WITHIN 28 (twenty-eight) days after the final publication of this Notice no application has been made nor appearance entered the Court may proceed to hear the said Petition and pronounce Judgment in your absence notwithstanding. Dated this 17th day of October, 2013 New Amsterdam, Berbice. P. Williams FOR REGISTRAR. 2013 No. 246-D BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME CORUT OF JUDICATURE DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL JURISDICTION DIVORCE BETWEEN JAIPERSAUD (SEWKUMAR) Petitioner -and- JAIPERSAUD (NIRMALA) Respondent NOTICE TO: NIRMALA JAIPERSAUD formerly of Lot 98 Sheet Anchor, East Canje, Berbice TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Divorce has been filed in the High Court Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice by SEWKUMAR JAIPERSAD, against you. UPON APPLICATION in person or by Letter to Messrs. Adrian Anamayah and/or Ian Anamayah, Attorneysat-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice a sealed and certified copy of the Petition with affidavit in support and a sealed copy of the Citation will be sent or delivered to you. IF WITHIN 28 (twenty-eight) days after the final publication of this Notice no application has been made nor appearance entered the Court may proceed to hear the said Petition and pronounce Judgement in your absence notwithstanding. Dated this 17th day of October, 2013 New Amsterdam, Berbice. P. Williams FOR REGISTRAR. 2013 No. 21-D BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL JURISDICTION DIVORCE BETWEEN CHEETRAM (MALINI) Petitioner -andCHEETRAM (YOGANAN) Respondent NOTICE TO: YOGANAN CHEETRAM formerly of Lot 22 No. 55 Village, Corentyne, Berbice TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Divorce has been filed in the High Court Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice by MALINI CHEETRAM, against you. UPON APPLICIATON in person or by Letter to Messrs. Adrian Anamayah and/or Ian Anamayah, Attorneys-at-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice a sealed and certified copy of the Petition with affidavit in support and a sealed copy of the Citation will be sent or delivered to you. IF WITHIN 28 (twentyeight) days after the final publication of this Notice no application

NOTICE has been made nor appearance entered the Court may proceed to hear the said Petition and pronounce Judgement in your absence notwithstanding. Dated this 25th day of October, 2013 New Amsterdam, Berbice, P. Williams FOR REGISTRAR. 2013 No. 146-D BERBCIE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL JURISDICITON DIVORCE BETWEEN: YAKIM (ABDOOL KALLIM) Petitioner -andYAKIM (BIBI FARIDA) Respondent NOTICE TO: BIBI FARIDA YAKIM formerly of Lot 43 George Street Rose Hall Town Corentyne, Berbice TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Divorce has been filed in the High Court Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice by ABDOOL KALLIM YAKIM, against you. UPON APPLICATION in person or by Letter to Messrs. Adrian Anamayah and/or Ian Anamayah Attorneysat-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice a sealed and certified copy of the Petition with affidavit in support and a sealed copy of the Citation will be sent or delivered to you. IF WITHIN 28 (twentyeight) days after the final publication of this Notice no application has been made nor appearance entered the Court may proceed to hear the said Petition and pronounce Judgment in your absence notwithstanding. Dated this 25th day of October 2013, New Amsterdam, Berbice P. Williams 2013-HC-DEM-CIV-P-818 IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE First) Second) Third) NOTICE A Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription has been presented by CHRISTOPHER ORIN GARFIELD GREENE, of Lot 196 Charlotte Street, Bourda, Georgetown, Guyana, for the Land described in the Schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the said Petition must within one (1) month after the date of the first publication of this Notice, file in the Registry of the Supreme Court, Georgetown, a Notice of his/her occupation and an Affidavit or Affidavits in Support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and the Affidavit upon the said CHRISTOPHER ORIN GARFIELD GREENE. The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the property which can be inspected at the Registry during office hours. NARENDRA SINGH, Attorney-atLaw for the Petitioner. Dated at Georgetown, Demerara, this 6th day of September, 2013. SCHEDULE West Half of Lot 196 Charlotte and Cummings Streets, Bourda, in the City of Georgetown, County of Demerara and Republic of Guyana, the said West Half of Lot 196 is containing an area of 0.112 (nought decimal one one two) acres, being shown on a plan by Keith A. Chapman, Sworn Land Surveyor, dated the 14th November 2011, recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 24th November 2011 as Plan No. 51554. MEMORANDUM The Petitioner address for service is at the Chambers of MR. NARENDRA SINGH, Attorney-at-Law, of Lot 215 South Road and King Street, Lacytown, Georgetown, Guyana. 2013 No. 726 - S/A DEMERARA IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION In the matter of the Deceased Person Estates, Administration Act, Chapter 12:01 of the Laws of Guyana -and - In the matter of the Rules of the High Court of Guyana. -and- In the matter of the Estate of RAMSOOK

NOTICE HOOLAS also known as RAMSOOK RAMGOBIN, deceased, intestate -and- In the matter of an Application by SELOCHANIE HOOLAS Applicant NOTICE OF ADVERTISEMENT TO: GANGARAM HOOLAS TAKE NOTICE that an Application by way of Ex-Parte Originating Summons has been filed by SELOCHANIE HOOLAS in the Registry of the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature for which the claims are as follows: That Leave be granted to the Applicant SELOCHANIE HOOLAS to apply for and obtain a Grant of Letters of Administration to the Estate of RAMSOOK HOOLAS also known as RAMSOOK RAMGOBIN, deceased, who died on the 18th day of March, 1989 at Clonbrook, East Coast Demerara, Guyana, intestate, without the consent of GANGARAM HOOLAS. Such further or other order as the Court deems just. You are required to attend the Chambers of Ms. Dhanwanti Sukhdeo, Attorney-atLaw for the Applicant whose address for service is at Lot 169 Charlotte Street, Lacytown, Georgetown, Demerara, Guyana, on or before the 19th day of November, 2013 not being Saturday, Sunday or a National Holiday, for the purpose of consenting to the Applicant making Application for the abovementioned Orders. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that in default of your appearance, the Court will proceed to hear the said Application and Judgment will be given in your absence notwithstanding. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that this matter do stand adjourned to the 19th day of November, 2013 at 11:00 hrs. before the Honourable Chief Justice Mr. Ian Chang. BY THE COURT (SGD) S. Dharanraj FOR REGISTRAR Dated at Georgetown, Demerara This 5th day of November, 2013 2013-HC-DEM-CIV-P-890 IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE First) Second) Third) NOTICE A Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription has been presented by FAZIL MOHAMED, of 3 Greentree Court, Apt. 203, York, Ontario M6M 2A6 Canada, for the Land described in the Schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the said Petition must within one (1) month after the date of the first publication of this Notice, file in the Registry of the Supreme Court, Georgetown, Demerara, a Notice of his/her occupation and an Affidavit or Affidavits in Support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and the Affidavit upon the said FAZIL MOHAMED, or his duly constituted attorney SHAZIM MOHAMED, of Lot 24 First Street, Alexander Village, Georgetown, Guyana. The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the property which can be inspected at the Registry during office hours. NARENDRA SINGH, Attorneyat-Law for the Petitioner. Dated at Georgetown, Demerara, this 27th day of September 2013. SCHEDULE Sublot 'B' of Lot 24 First Street, Alexander Village, situate in the City of Georgetown, the County of Demerara and Republic of Guyana, together with the Right of Way measuring 4 (four) feet in width, running along and within the western boundary of Sublot "A", the said Sublot 'B' is containing an area of 0.043 (nought decimal nought four three) acres, being shown on a plan by L.G. Arokium, Sworn Land Surveyor, dated the 24th June 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands

NOTICE and Surveys Commission on the 11th July 2013 as Plan No. 56357. MEMORANDUM The Petitioner address for service is at the Chambers of MR. NARENDRA SINGH, Attorney-at-Law, of Lot 215 South Road and King Street, Lacytown, Georgetown, Guyana. 2012 No. 69-W DEMERARA IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION BETWEEN: 1. THE GUYANA & TRINIDAD MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. 2. SHERRY BARKOY 3. SHELDON MC DONALD Plaintiffs -and- 1. GAIN MATTIE LATCHMAN 2. KIRK DUNCAN Defendants NOTICE OF PUBLICATION OT: GIANMATTIE LATCHMAN Formerly of 5 ½ Vlissengen Road Georgetown, Demerara and/or Kirk Duncan Formerly of 161 Block 'E' South Sophia TAKE NOTICE that a Writ of Summons has been filed on the 27th day of February, 2012 against you the Defendants, by The Guyana & Trinidad Mutual Fire Insurance Company Ltd., Sherry Barkoy and Sheldon Mc Donald the abovenamed Plaintiffs, to appear before a judge of the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature in which the Plaintiff claims against you for: (1) Damages in excess of $100,000.00 (one hundred thousand dollars) caused to the Second and Third named Plaintiffs' motor vehicle No. BLL 4480 due to the negligent driving by the Defendant, the owner of motor vehicle No. PBB 5233 on the 3rd day of September, 2009 at Duncan and Durbana Streets, Georgetown, Demerara. (2) Interest a the rate of 6% per annum from the date hereof until judgment, and at the rate of 4% per annum thereafter until payment pursuant to the law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act Cap 6:03. (3) Such further or other relief as may be just. (4) Costs. UPON APPLICATION In person or by letter to MR. ROBIN M.S. STOBY, S.C., whose address for service and place of business is at lot 62 Hadfield and Cross Streets, Werk-en-Rust, Georgetown, a sealed and certified copy of the Writ of Summons and Indorsement of Claim will be delivered or sent to you. If you desire to defend this action you shall within twenty eight (28) days after the date of the second and final publication file an Entry of Appearance at the Supreme Court at Georgetown, Demerara, Guyana and serve a copy of such after filing same on the Plaintiff or her Attorney-at-Law Mr. Robin M.S. Stoby, S.C., Attorney-at-Law for the Plaintiffs whose address for service is at Messrs. Hughes, Fields & Stoby of Lot 62, Hadfield and Cross Streets, Werken-Rust, Georgetown, Demerara, Guyana. Dated this 25th day of October, 2013. BY THE COURT (SGD) S. Dharamraj FOR REGISTRAR. 2013 No. 232 S/A BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION In the matter of Order 43 (3) of the Rules of the High Court, High Court Act, chapter 3:02 -and- In the matter of Section 35, 36 and 38 of the Deeds Registry Act, chapter 5:01 -and- In the matter of an application by VIBERT MOORE, of Rose Hall Town, Corentyne, Berbice. BEFORE THE HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE B. REYNOLDS (IN CHAMBERS) DATED THE 4TH OF OCTOBR, 2013 ENTERED THIS 22ND DAY OF OCTOBER, 2013. UPON READING the Application by way of Exparte Originating Summons filed herein on the 13th day of August, 2013 on behalf of the above named Applicant and the Affidavit of the said

NOTICE Applicant sworn to and filed herein on the 13th day of August, 2013 in support thereof AND UPON HEARING Attorney-at-law for the Applicant IT IS ORDERED that the Agreement of Sale and Purchase dated the 23rd day of November, 2005 be deemed legal and valid AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the Registrar of Deeds or her Lawful Deputy be and is hereby authorized to pass transport of the property described in schedule hereto now standing in the name of GREGORY GORDON BEHARRY to and in the name of the VIBERT MOORE, unless good and sufficient cause be shown why this Order should not be made absolute on the 15th day of November, 2013 AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that all persons having or claiming to have any right or title to the said property shall appear and establish their claim or otherwise show cause as aforesaid before the Judge in Chambers on the Last mentioned date or be forever barred therefrom AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a sealed and certified copy of this Order be published by advertisement in two (2) consecutive Saturday issues of the Guyana Chronicle Newspaper of General circulation in the state of Guyana. BY THE COURT SGD. P. WILLIAMS FOR REGISTRAR. SCHEDULE "Lot numbered 269 (two hundred and sixty nine) reef section in the town of Rose Hall situate on the Corentyne coast in the county of Berbice, Republic of Guyana, the said lot being laid down and defined on a plan by J.L. Yhap, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 16th May, 1995 and deposited in the Deeds Registry, New Amsterdam, on the 22nd November 1955 no building thereon". 2013 No. 329-P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: We, INDRAWATTIE SOOKDEO and WAZIM NIZAMUDEEN, both of Lot 13 D'Edward Village, West Bank Berbice Guyana have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property in the Schedule annexed hereto. ANY person(s) intending to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and/or Georgetown Demerara, his/her opposition to the said Petition and Affidavit(s) in Support thereof and serve a copy of the said Notice of Opposition and Affidavit(s) upon the said INDRA WATTIE SOOKDEO and WAZIM NIZAMUDEEN. The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the Property which may be inspected at the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice during office hours. MEMORANDUM: The address for service on the Petitioners is at the Chambers of Mr. Horatio O. Edmondson Attorney-at-Law Lot 1 - 4 Vryheid Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice Attorney-atLaw for Petitioners Dated this 27th day of September, 2013 SCHEDULE: In the matter of Tract 'SW' being portion of Lot 13 Section 'A' Pln. D'Edward situate on the left bank of the Berbice River in the County of Berbice Guyana and the said Tract 'SW' being laid down and defined on a plan by Desmond A. Weeks, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 2013 -07-16 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 201308-09 as Plan Numbered 56663.


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21 NOTICE 2013 No. 74-L/R BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE In the matter of Section 107108 of the Land Registry Act Chapter 5:02 And In the matter of an application by BERGMAN JORDAN And In the matter of Parcel 240, being portion of Plantation Lot No. 8 or Inverness or Land Registration Block No. V, Zone WCB NOTICE: I, BERGMAN JORDAN, of Parcel 240, Plantation Iverness, West Coast Berbice have presented an application for Declaration of Title by Prescription of the property described in the Schedule hereunder. AND any Person intending to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the Court in New Amsterdam, Berbice notice of his/ her opposition and Affidavit in support thereof and serve a copy of the said Notice and any Affidavit upon the said BERGMAN JORDAN The Application is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the said Registry during office hours. SCHEDULE: ZONE: WCB BLOCK: V PARCEL: 240 DESCRIPTION AND LOCATION OF LAND being portion of Plantation Lot No. 8 or Inverness, West Coast, Berbice R. MOHAMED REGISTRAR (ag) BERBICE DATED THIS 20TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2013 MEMORANDUM The Applicant's address for service and place of business is at the Chambers of Mr. Ramesh C. Rajkumar, Attorney-at-Law at Lot 8 St. Ann's Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. PETITION No. 349-P OF 2013 BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: ERIC McBAIN and BASMATIE McBEAN, both of 241-29 Mayda Road Rosedale, New York, 11422, United States of America represented herein by their duly constituted Attorney YOUTHCHAN JOTIS, agreeably with Power of Attorney executed in New York, United States of America on the 28th day of August, 2013 and registered at the Deeds Registry, Georgetown, Demerara, on the 2nd day of October, 2013 and numbered 6787 of 2013 (Demerara) jointly, have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the said petition must within one month from date of the first publication of this notice, file in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and/r Georgetown, Demerara, notice of his/ her opposition and an affidavit or affidavits together with a notice on the said ERIC Mc BAIN and BASMATIE Mc BEAN. A copy of the plan can be inspected at the High Court Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice, during office hours. Rodwell Jugmohan, Attorney-at-Law for Petitioners SCHEDULE: Sublots 'a' comprising 0.5404 (nought decimal five four nought four) of an acre, Sublot 'b' comprising an area of 2.3177 (two decimal three one seven seven) acres, Sublot 'c' comprising an area of 1.6895 (one decimal six eight nine five) acres, Sublot 'd' comprising an area of 1.7460 (one decimal seven four six nought) acres, Sublot 'e' comprising an area of 2.2642 (two decimal six four two) acres, and Sublot 'f' comprising an area of 2.8953 (two decimal eight nine five three) acres respectively, being portions of Lot 37 (thirty-seven) Plantation Mon Choisi or No. 3 situate on the West Sea Coast of Berbice, in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana as laid down and defined on a plan by D.A. Weeks, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 14th June, 2013 and recorded in Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 21st day of June 2013 as plan number 56242. Dated at New Amsterdam Berbice This 14th day of October 2013 MEMORANDUM: The address and service of the Petitioners is at the Chambers of Mr Rodwell Jugmohan Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

NOTICE 2013 No. 718-P DEMERARA IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: NAITRAM BALKARAN and FARIDA HASSAN both of Lot 22 Southern Portion Pln. Pouderoyen West Bank Demerara have presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the Courts at Georgetown a Notice of his/her opposition and an Affidavit in Support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and an Affidavit upon the said NAITRAM BALKARAN and FARIDA HASSAN. JOSEPH HARMON ATTORNEY-AT-LAW FOR THE PETITIONERS Dated this day of 2013 SCHEDULE: Sublot 'NB' being Part of Plot 'A' subject to a right of way running along the Eastern Boundary of Plot A all being parts of Lot numbered 22 Southern Portion Plantation Klien Pouderoyen West Bank Demerara in the County of Demerara and in the Republic of Guyana the said sublot containing an area of 0.100 (nought decimal one nought nought) of an acre and shown on a plan by LL Rutherford Sworn Land Surveyor the aforesaid plan recorded at the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on 2013 -06-28 and numbered 56289. MEMORANDUM: The address for service of the Petitioners is at the office of Mr Joseph Harmon, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 216 South Road, Lacytown, Georgetown. 2013 No. 720-P DEMERARA IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: TULARAM and REBENAUT TULARAM both of Lot 24 Klien Pouderoyen, West Bank Demerara have presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the Courts at Georgetown, a Notice of his/her opposition and an Affidavit in Support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and an Affidavit upon the said TULARAM and REBENAUT TULARAM. JOSEPH HARMON ATTORNEY-ATLAW FOR THE PETITIONERS Dated this day of 2013 SCHEDULE: Sublot 'TR' being a portion of Plot 'B' together with a right of way running along the Eastern Boundary of Plot 'B' all being parts of Lot numbered 24 Southern Portion Plantation Klien Pouderoyen West Bank Demerara in the County of Demerara and in the Republic of Guyana the said Sublot containing an area of 0.073 (nought decimal nought seven three) of an acre and shown on a plan by LL Rutherford Sworn Land Surveyor the aforesaid plan recorded at the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on 2013-06-05 and numbered 56328. MEMORANDUM: The address for service of the Petitioners is at the office of Mr Joseph Harmon, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 216 South Road, Lacytown, Georgetown. IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE PETITION NO. 441-P OF 2013 DEMERARA I, DORIS PIERRE of Lot 5 Stanleytown, West Bank Demerara, Guyana, have presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of Court in the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature Notice of his Opposition and of any affidavit in support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and any affidavit upon the said DORIS PIERRE. The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan

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of the property which may be inspected at the said Registry during office hours. C.M. LLEWELLYN JOHN Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner Dated this 9th day of November 2013 SCHEDULE: Mud lot numbered 5 (five) part of Block Y Stanleytown, situate on the West Bank of the County of the Demerara in the Cooperative Republic of Guyana the said Mud lot 5 (five) being shown on a plan by Gerry Brathwaite, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 16th may, 2001, and deposited in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission as Plan No. 31287 MEMORANDUM: The address for service of the Petitioner is at the office of Clifton Mortimer Llewellyn John, Attorneyat-Law of Lot 10 Croal Street, Stabroek, Georgetown, Demerara, Guyana.

IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATRUE DECLARATION OF TITLE PETITION No. 612-P OF 2013 DEMERARA I, KAREN GARRAWAY, of Lot 59 Russell Street, Charlestown Guyana have presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of Court in the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature Notice of his Opposition and of any affidavit in support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and any affidavit upon the said KAREN GARRAWAY. The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the property which may be inspected at the said Registry during office hours. C.M. LLEWELLYN JOHN Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner Dated this 9th day of November 2013. SCHEDULE: Sub lot lettered 'F' being part of the West Half of lot numbered 59 (fifty-nine) situate in New Charlestown in the City of Georgetown Republic of Guyana the said sub lot lettered 'F' being laid down and defined on a plan by C.S. Spence, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 30th March 1969 on record in the Office of Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission No. 13524 and deposited in the Deeds Registry at Georgetown on 16th July 1970 with a right of ingress and egress over and along a strip of land measuring 4.5 (four decimal five) feet in width running along and within the northern boundary of Sub lot lettered 'G' and leading to 'Russell Street' the said strip of land and being shown and marked 'Right of Way' on the aforesaid plan by C.S. Spence, Sworn Land Surveyor subject to a right of way in favour of the lessee or occupier of sub lot lettered 'E' over and along the strip of land on the northern boundary of said sub lot lettered 'F' for the purpose of using the W.C. or toilet on said sub lot lettered 'F' during such time, and until the erection by the lessee of the sub lot lettered 'E' of his own W.C. MEMORANDUM: The address or service of the Petitioner is at the office of Clifton Mortimer Llewellyn John, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 10 Croal Street, Stabroek Ward, Georgetown, Demerara, Guyana.

file in the Registry of the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature Georgetown a notice of his/her intention and an affidavit or affidavits in support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and any such affidavit upon the said SURSATTIE HARDAYAL or through her Attorney-at-Law. The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. Gaumatie Singh Attorney-at-Law for the Petitioner Dated at Georgetown, Demerara This 19th day of August, 2013 SCHEDULE: Plot 'SH' being a portion of Sub lot 'D' part of the South half of cultivation Lot 30, Section E, Plantation La Grange situate on the west bank of the Demerara River in the County of Demerara and in the Republic of Guyana and containing area of 0.1799 (nought decimal one seven nine nine) of an acre as shown and defined on a Plan by Chandi Mahipaul, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 28th January, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 1st day of February, 2013 as Plan No. 54964. MEMORANDUM: The Petitioner's address for service and place of business is at the Chambers of her Attorney-at-Law Ms. Gaumatie Singh, Attorney-at-Law Lot 5 Avenue of the Republic and Robb Street, Georgetown.

Essequibo River, in the County of Essequibo and in the Republic of Guyana and containing area of 89.641 (eighty-nine decimal six four one) acres as shown and defined on a Plan by Keith A. Chapman, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 22nd November, 2010 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 26th November, 2010 as Plan No. 48886. MEMORANDUM: The Petitioner's address for service and place of business is at the Chambers of his Attorney-at-Law Ms. Gaumatie Singh, Attorney-atLaw Lot 5 Avenue of the Republic and Robb Street, Georgetown.

IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE PETITION NO. 745-P OF 2013 DEMERARA I, GERTRUDE PIERRE of Lot 6 Stanelytown, West Bank Demerara, Guyana have presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of Court in the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature Notice of his Opposition and of any affidavit in support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and any affidavit upon the said GERTRUDE PIERRE. The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the property which may be inspected at the said Registry during office hours. C.M. LLEWELLYN JOHN Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner Dated this 9th day of November 2013. SCHEDULE: Mud lot numbered 6 (six) part of Block Y Stanleytown, situate on the West Bank of the County of Demerara in the Cooperative Republic of Guyana the said Mud lot 6 (six) being shown on a plan by Gerry Brathwaite, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 16th May, 2001, and deposited in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission as Plan No. 31287. MEMORANDUM: The address for service of the Petitioner is at the office of Clifton Mortimer Llewellyn John, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 10 Croal Street, Stabroek, Georgetown, Demerara, Guyana. IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE PETITION NO. 935-P OF 2013 DEMERARA WE, SHAIKH M. IMRAN and DROPATIE IMRAN both of 22 Coverden, East Bank Demerara, Guyana have presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of Court in the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature Notice of his Opposition and of any affidavit in support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and any affidavit upon the said SHAIKH M. IMRAN and DROPATIE IMRAN. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the property 'which may be inspected at the said Registry during office hours. C.M. LLEWELLYN JOHN, Attorney-at-Law for Petitioners Dated this 9th day of November 2013 SCHEDULE: Block 'AA' being a portion of land (west of lots 16-24) all being portions of Plantation T'HuisTe Coverden situate on the East Bank of the Demerara River in the County of Demerara in the Cooperative Republic of Guyana the said Block A being shown on a plan by Lennox McGreggor Sworn Land Surveyor dated 2002-06-18 and deposited in the Deeds Registry at Georgetown and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission as Plan No. 32638. MEMORANDUM: The address for service of the Petitioners is at the office of Clifton Mortimer Llewellyn John, Attorneyat-Law of Lot 10 Croal Street, stabroek, Georgetown, Demerara, Guyana.

2ND P U B L I C AT I O N NOTICE: The Child Care and Protection Agency, Broad Street, Georgetown. SHEIK R.M. ALI whose last known address was given as Coverden, East Bank Demerara is asked to contact the CHILD CARE AND PROTECTION AGENCY. Anyone knowing the whereabouts of SHEIK R. M ALI, parent of a male child, is asked to bring this Notice to this attention. NOTICE: WILL DAVID J. RAMBHAROSE of Lot 165 North Annandale, East Coast Demerara and CHANDRA SAMA PERSAUD of 81 Annandale, East Coast Demerara the subscribing witnesses to the Last Will and Testament of LAKHRAM SINGH also known as TOOLARAM SINGH deceased, late of Vigilance, East Coast Demerara, visit the Chambers of Ms. GAUMATIE SINGH, Attorney-at-Law at Lot 5 Avenue of the Republic and Robb Street, Georgetown, for the purpose of executing the Oath of Attesting Witnesses within 14 (fourteen) days from the second and final publication. GAUMATIE SINGH Attorney-atLaw. 2013 No. 760 - DEMERARA IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE SURSATTIE HARDAYAL of Lot 30 La Grange Old Road, West Bank Demerara has presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property herein described in the Schedule below. ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month after the date of the first publication of this Notice,

2013 No. 636-P DEMERARA IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: DOODNAUTH RAMNARINE of Lot 37 Second Street, Affiance, Essequibo Coast, has presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property in the Schedule below. ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month after the date of the first publication of this Notice, file in the Registry of the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature, Georgetown, Demerara, a Notice of his/her intention and an affidavit or affidavits in support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and any such affidavit upon the said DOONAUTH RAMNARINE or through his Attorney-at-Law The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the property which may be inspected a the Registry during office hours. Gaumatie Singh Attorney-atLaw for the Petitioner Dated at Georgetown, Demerara This 16th day of July 2013 SCHEDULE: Sublot 'I' of Lot 'F' being portion of Plantation Huis't Dieren, Essequibo Coast, situate on the Left Bank of the Essequibo River in the County of Essequibo and in the Republic of Guyana and containing area of 4.422 (four decimal four two two) acres as shown and defined on a Plan by G. Samaroo, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 16th July, 2012 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 26th July 2012 as Plan No. 53501. MEMORANDUM: The Petitioner's address for service and place of business is at the Chambers of his Attorney-at-Law Ms. Gaumatie Singh, Attorney-at-Law Lot 5 Avenue of the Republic and Robb Street, Georgetown and/or Lot 26 Public Road, Adventure, Essequibo Coast. 2013 No. 637-P DEMERARA IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: EUSTATE BURY of Sand Road Good Hope Village, Essequibo Coast has presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property herein described in the Schedule below. ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month after the date of the first publication of this Notice, file in the Registry of the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature, Georgetown a Notice of his/ her intention and an affidavit or affidavits in support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and any such affidavit upon the said EUSTACE BURY or through his Attorney-at-Law. The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. Gaumatie Singh Attorney-at-Law for the Petitioner, Dated at Georgetown, This 16th day of July, 2013 SCHEDULE: Tract 'B' being a portion of Plantation De Hope South of Blocks 9, 10, 11 and 12 situate on the right bank of the Supenaam Creek, left bank of the

2013-HC-DEM-CIV-D-594 IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL JURISDICTION DIVORCE BETWEEN (PERSAUD) CHANDRAPAUL Petitioner and- (PERSAUD) SUNITA nee BHAGWAN Respondent CITATION TO: SUNITA PERSAUD nee BHAGWAN Formerly Lot 79 Block 5, Hope, East Coast Demerara, Guyana WHEREAS CHANDRAPAUL PERSAUD, of Lot 79 Block 5, Hope, East Coast Demerara, Guyana, claiming to have been lawfully married to you, has filed his petition against you in the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature of Guyana praying for a dissolution of the marriage on the grounds of Malicious Desertion. UPON APPLICATION in person or by letter to MR. NARENDRA SINGH, Attorney-at-Law whose address for service is at his Chambers, 215 South Road and King Street, Lacytown, Georgetown, Guyana a sealed and certified copy of the said Petition will be delivered or sent to you. IF WITHIN twenty-eight (28) days after the date of the second and final publication of this Citation no application has been made or appearance entered, the Court may proceed to hear the said Petition and pronounce judgment in your absence AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that for the purpose aforesaid you are to attend in person or by Attorney-at-Law at the Registry of the said Court at the Law Courts, Georgetown, Guyana and then and there to enter an appearance in a book provided for that purpose without which you will not be allowed to address the said Court either in person or by Attorney-at-Law at any stage of the proceedings in this cause FOR REGISTRAR Dated at Georgetown, Demerara, on this 1st day of October, 2013. 2013-HC-DEM-COV-D-576 IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL JURISDICTION DIVORCE BETWEEN (CHHAKOWRI) A RYA NA n e e DA S S P e t i tioner -and- (CHHAKOWRI) MAHASE PRASHAD Respondent CITATION TO: MAHASE PRASHAD CHHAKOWRI Formerly of 98 Anna Catherina, West Coast Demerara, Guyana WHEREAS ARYANA CHHAKOWRI nee DASS of 98 Anna Catherina, West Coast Demerara, Guyana, claiming to have been lawfully married to you has filed her Petition against you in the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature of Guyana praying for a dissolution of the marriage on the grounds of Malicious Desertion. UPON APPLICATION in person or by letter to MR. NARENDRA SINGH, Attorney-at-Law whose address for service is at his Chambers, 215 South Road and King Street, Lacytown, Georgetown, Guyana a sealed and certified copy of the said Petition will be delivered or sent to you. IF WITHIN twenty-eight (28) days after the date of the second and final publication of this Citation no application has been made or appearance entered, the Court may proceed to hear the said Petition and pronounce judgment in your absence AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that for the purpose aforesaid you are to attend in person or by Attorney-at-Law at the Registry of the said Court at the Law Courts, Georgetown, Guyana and then and there to enter an appearance in a book provided for that purpose without which you will not be allowed to address the said Court either in person or by Attorney-at-Law at any stage of the proceedings in this cause FOR REGISTRAR Dated at Georgetown, Demerara, on this 1st day of October, 2013.


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GUYANA CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2013 NOTICE 2012 No. 102-D BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDIC AT U R E D I VO R C E A N D MATRIMONIAL JURISDICTION DIVORCE BETWEEN N ATA S H A ELIZABETH CRAWFORD nee Busgith Petitioner -andKWAME MARCELLE CRAWFORD Respondent NOTICE TO: KWAME M A R C E LLE CRAWFORD Formerly of Lot 24 Friendship Village, Corentyne, Berbice TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Divorce has been filed in the High Court Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice by NATASHA ELIZABETH CRAWFORD nee BUSGITH against you. AND UPON APPLICATION in person or by letter to Mr. R. Jugmohan, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice a sealed and certified copy of the Petition with Affidavit in support and a sealed copy of the Citation will be delivered or sent to you. IF WITHIN 28 (twenty-eight) days after the final publication of the Citation no application has been made or appearance entered the Court may proceed to hear the said Petition and pronounce Judgment therein your absence notwithstanding. Dated this day of October, 2013 P. Williams FOR REGISTRAR. 2013 No. 761-P DEMERARA IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: STACIA PITT of Lot AB part of Lot 72, Chelsea Park, Mahaica East Coast Demerara, has presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property herein described in the Schedule below. ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month after the date of the first publication of this Notice, file in the Registry of the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature, Georgetown a notice of his/her intention and an affidavit or affidavits in support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and any such affidavit upon the said STACIA PITT or through her Attorney-at-Law. The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the Property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. Gaumatie Singh Attorney-at-Law for the Petitioner Dated at Georgetown, Demerara this 19th day of August, 2013 SCHEDULE: In the matter of Lot AB comprising portion of Lot 72 Plantation Bygeval or Vygeval and portion of Plantation Wilhelmina situate on the right bank of the Mahaica River on the east coast of Demerara in the County of Demerara and in the Republic of Guyana and containing area of 0.0886 (nought decimal nought eight eight six) of an acre as shown and defined on a Plan by G. Braithwaite, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 27th April, 1998 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 13th August, 2013 as Plan No. 27975 MEMORANDUM: The Petitioner's address for service and place of business is at the Chambers of her Attorney-at-Law Ms. Gaumatie Singh, Attorney-at-Law Lot 5 Avenue of the Republic and Robb Street, Georgetown. PETITION No. 188-P OF 2013 BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE TETRIE RAMKARRAN of No. 60 Village, Corentyne, Berbice, represented herein by his duly constituted attorney DALCHAND RAMPERSAUD, of No. 60 Village Corentyne, Berbice, agreeably with Power of Attorney 1195 of 2012 (Berbice) has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by way of Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam Berbice and/or Georgetown Demerara notice of his/her opposition and an affidavit together with the notice on the said TETRIE RAMKARRAN, the Petitioner. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which can be inspected at the Registry of the Court house at New Amsterdam, Berbice during office hours. R. JUGMOHAN Attorney-atLaw For Petitioner SCHEDULE: Lot 151 Section A, containing an area of 0.10 of an acre, Plantation Lot

NOTICE No. 60 situate on the left Bank Corentyne Coast in the County of Berbice Guyana surveyed and paaled off at the request of TETRIE RAMKARRAN by R.T. JOHN, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 19th September, 2012 and duly recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission on the 28th September 2012 as plan No. 53988. MEMORANDUM: The Petitioner's place of business and address for service is at the Chambersof MR. R. JUGMOHAN Attorney-at-Law Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice New Amsterdam, Berbice Dated this 4th day of June, 2013. PETITION No. 245-P OF 2013 BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: I, MARIA ANGELINA SINCLAIR, of No 53 Village, Corentyne, Berbice have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by way of Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and/or Georgetown Demerara notice of his/ her opposition and an affidavit together with the Notice on the said Petitioner. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which can be inspected at the Registry of the Court house at New Amsterdam, Berbice during office hours. R. JUGMOHAN Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner SCHEDULE: House lots Nos. 74 containing an area of 0.156 of an acre and 108 containing an area of 0.186 of an acre all being portions of Plantation No. 53 Village situate on the Corentyne Coast in the County of Berbice, in the Cooperative Republic of Guyana surveyed and paaled off at the request of MARIA ANGELINA SINCLAIR by D. U. CONGREAVES, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 18th March, 2013 and duly recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission on the 12th April, 2013 as plan No. 55591. MEMORANDUM: The Petitioner's place of business and address for service is at the Chambers of MR. R. JUGMOHAN Attorney-at-Law Lot 7 Charlotte Street New Amsterdam, Berbice New Amsterdam, Berbice Dated this 19th day of June, 2013. 2013 No. 330-P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: SASENARAIN RAI and SURSATTIE RAI, both of Tract 'AB' portion of Lot 260 and 261, No. 72 Village, Corentyne, Berbice, have presented a Joint Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month from the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature at New Amsterdam, Berbice, Notice of his/her opposition and affidavit or affidavits in support thereof and serve a copy of the said Affidavits upon the said SASENARAIN RAI and SURSATTIE RAI. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. R. JUGMOHAN Attorney-atLaw for Petitioner Dated 20th day of September, 2013 SCHEDULE: Tract 'AB' being a combination of Sublot 'A' containing an area of 0.056 (nought decimal nought five six) of an acre and being a portion of Lot 261 and Sublot 'B' containing an area of 0.056 (nought decimal nought five six) of an acre and being a portion of Lot 260. The said Tract 'AB' being a portion of Plantation Lot No. 72 or Chinesetown in the Upper Corentyne Local Government District, situate on the Corentyne Coast in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana surveyed and paaled off at the request of SASENARAIN RAI and SURSATTIE RAI by Dellon U. Congreaves, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 19th August, 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission on 30th August, 2013 as Plan No. 56844. The Petitioners' address for service is at the Chambers of Mr. R. JUGMOHAN, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New

NOTICE Amsterdam, Berbice. 2013 No. 331-P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: JAWAHIR LALL RAMCHARAN and RAMOLA RAMCHARAN, both of Lot 61 Lot No. 64 Frontlands, Corentyne, Berbice, Jointly, have presented a Joint Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month from the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature at New Amsterdam, Berbice, Notice of his/ her opposition and affidavit or affidavits in support thereof and serve a copy of the said Affidavits upon the said JAWAHIR LALL RAMCHARAN and RAMOLA RAMCHARAN. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. R. JUGMOHAN Attorney-at-Law for Petitioners Dated 20th day of September 2013 SCHEDULE: House lot numbered 61 (sixty-one), containing an area of 0.13 (nought decimal one three) of an acre, being portion of Front Lands in Plantation Lot No. 64 or Babylon in the Upper Corentyne Local Government District, situate on the Corentyne Coast in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana the said lot being surveyed and paaled off at the request of JAWAHIR LALL RAMCHARAN and RAMOLA RAMCHARAN by R.T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 6th May, 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission on 6th June, 2013 as Plan No. 56088. The Petitioners' address for service is at the Chambers of MR. R. JUGMOHAN, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. 2013 No. 332-P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: CHRITWATEE KISTUASAMI and KRISHNA KATRYAN, both of Lot 74 No. 47 Village, Corentyne, Berbice, have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the properties described in the Schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month from the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court of the Supreme Court of Judicature at New Amsterdam, Berbice Notice of his/ her opposition and affidavit or affidavits in support thereof and serve a copy of the said Affidavits upon the said CHRITWATEE KISTUASAMI and KRISHNA KATRYAN. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said properties which may beinspected at the Registry during office hours. R. JUGMAOHAN Attorney-atLaw for Petitioner Dated 20th day of September, 2013 SCHEDULE: FIRSTLY: Lot 74 (seventy-four) containing an area of 0.178 (nought decimal one seven eight) of an acre, SECONDLY Lot 75 (seventy-five) containing an area of 0.178 (nought decimal one seven eight) of an acre, Thirdly Lot 76 (seventy-six) containing an area of 0.178 (nought decimal one seven eight) of an acre, Fourthly, Lot 77 (seventy-seven) containing an area of 0.178 (nought decimal one seven eight) of an acre All being portions of Section B, in Plantation Lot No. 47 in the No. 51 Good Hope Village District, situate on the Corentyne Coast in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana, surveyed and paaled off at the request of CHRITWATEE KISTUASAMI and KRISHNA KATRYAN by R. T. John Sworn Land Surveyor dated 13th March, 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission on 22nd March, 2013 as Plan No. 55385. The Petitioners' address for service is at the Chambers of Mr. R. JUGMOHAN, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. 2013 Nos. 924-P 925-P, 926-P, 927-P, 928-P, 929-P, 959-

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P, 960-P, 961-P, 962-P, 963-P, DEMERARA IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICITON DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: RUPERT EDWARD ABRAMS Lot 43x, CYRIL HENRY GIDDINGS and DEBORRAH ANNE GIDDINGS, jointly lot 11, MICHAEL ARTHUR FITZGERALD ABRAMS Lot 28 OWEN GILBERT Da SILVA and MELANIE ADIOLA Da SILVA jointly lot 34 MILLIE KINGSTON lot 46x WINSLOW CULLEY and SHAWN CULLEY jointly Lot 56x MICHAEL SAMUEL ADAMS Lot 2x, ADDEL. FUNG Lot 62 RONA VERONICA HOUSNER Lot 13x PATRICK HOLLINGSWORTH and JOYLYN PAMELA HOLLINGSWORTH Lot 53x and JEAN OLIVE PHILADELPHIA Lot 51x have presented petitions for Declaration of Title by Prescription of the lands claimed as described in the Schedule hereto. ANY person(s) intending to oppose any of the said Petitions must within one month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Supreme Court Registry, Georgetown, Notice of his/ her opposition with Affidavit or Affidavits in support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and Affidavit(s) upon the said Petitioners. The said Petitions are accompanied by a plan of the said land claimed which may be inspected at the Supreme Court Registry Georgetown, during office hours. Dated at Georgetown, Demerara.This 14th day of October, 2013 Donald A.B. Trotman Attorneyat-Law for the Petitioners. SCHEDULE: Lots 43x, 11, 28, 34, 46x, 56x, 2x, 62, 13x, 53x and 51x, all being portions of Section 'C' (East), Golden Grove, within the Grove-Haslington/ Neighbourhood Democratic Council, situate on the East Coast of Demerara, in the County of Demerara and in the Republic of Guyana the said lots containing areas of 0.0922, 0.1101, 0.1021, 0.1101, 0.1106, 0.2131, 0.1496, 0.1101, 0.1436, 0.2254 and 0.1636 of an acre each respectively being shown and defined on a plan by L.E. Leo, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 31st October 2012 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 11th January, 2013 as Plan No. 54532. MEMORANDUM: The address for service of the Petitioners is at the Chambers of Mr Donald A.B. Trotman, Attorney-atLaw of Lot 215 King Street, Lacytown, Georgetown, Guyana.

his/her opposition and an Affidavit or Affidavits in Support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and any Affidavit upon the said SHARON NELSON and AMANDA TEIXEIRA. The Petition is accompa n i e d b y a P l a n o f t h e property which may be inspected at the said Registry during office hours. MR. ROYSDALE A. FORDE Attorney-at-Law for the Petitioners Dated at Georgetown, Demerara This 20th day of May 2013 SCHEDULE: "Lot 31 Old Housing Scheme, Bartica, situate at the confluence of the Essequibo and Mazaruni rivers, County of Essequibo Guyana containing an area of 0.079 (nought decimal nought seven nine) of an acre as shown on a Plan by Gregory Samaroo, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 25th March 2010 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission and numbered 47277." MEMORANDUM: The address for service of the Petitioners is at the Chambers of MR. ROYSDALE A. FORDE, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 77 Hadfield Street, Werk-en-Rust, Georgetown, Demerara, Guyana.

2013 No. 436-P DEMERARA IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICITON DECLARAITON OF TITLE In the Matter of the Title to Land (Prescription and Limitation) Act Chapter 60:02 -and- In the matter of a Declaration of Title by Prescription of Lot 31 Old Housing Scheme, Bartica, situate at the confluence of the Essequibo and Mazaruni rivers, County of Essequibo Guyana -and- In the matter of an Application for Declaration of Title by Prescription by ANDREANA TEIXEIRA, RONDA TEIXEIRA, CARLA TEIXEIRA, ELIZABETH BARNWELL, SHARON NELSON and AMANDA TEIXEIRA. NOTICE: SHARON NELSON and AMANDA TEIXEIRA both of Lot 31 Housing Scheme, Bartica Essequibo Guyana on their behalf and also in their capacity as the duly constituted Attorney of ANDREANA TEIXEIRA, RONDA TEIXEIRA, CARLA TEIXEIRA, ELIZABETH BARNWELL by way of a Power of Attorney No. 7701 of 2011 executed on the 1st day of November, 2011 and registered in the Deeds Registry on the 1st day of November 2011 have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription of the property described in the Schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court in the City of Georgetown, Demerara, Notice of

3RD P U B L I C AT I O N 2013 No. 478-P DEMERARA TO THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE In the matter of Title to Land (Prescription and Limitation) Act 60:02 of the Laws of Guyana and In a matter of a Petition by SYDNEY SHARPER NOTICE: I, Sydney Sharper of Lot 81 Golden Grove, East Coast Demerara, Guyana have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the said Petition must within one (1) month after the date of the first publication of this notice, file in the Registry of the Court in the City of Georgetown, Notice of his opposition and Affidavit(s) in Support thereof and serve a copy of the said Notice and any affidavit upon the said Sydney Sharper. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the property which may be inspected at the said Registry during office hours. Dated this 30th May 2013 SCHEDULE: Lot numbered 'A' being south portion of the east ½ of the 82 Block AB comprising sublots A and B of lots 81 and respectively all being portions of section A Golden Grove, situate on the east sea coast in the County of Demerara and in the Republic of Guyana the said lot being shown on a plan by Sworn Land Surveyor K.A. Chapman dated 19th of May 2007 and registered in the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 13th July 2007 as Plan No. 41299. MEMORANDUM: The address for service of the Petition is at the Chambers of Attorney-at-Law Mr. William H. Sampson, Lot 2 Croal Street, Georgetown, Guyana. PETITION NO. 218-P OF 2013 BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: I, AWANTIE ESREEPERSAUD also known as Savitree Misir of Palmyra Village, East Canje, Berbice, represented herein by my duly constituted attorney, PATRICIA SINGH also known as Patricia Budhoo Singh of Lot 14 No.19 Village, Corentyne, Berbice, agreeably with Power of Attorney duly executed and registered at the Deeds Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice on the 14th of March, 2013 and numbered 502 of 2013 (Berbice). ANY person intending to oppose the said Petition must within a month from the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice, a Notice of his/her opposition and affidavit upon the said AWANTIE ESREEPERSAUD also known as Savitree Misir. The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry during of-

NOTICE fice hours. Perry Gossai Attorneyat-Law for Petitioner Dated this 3rd day of July 2013 New Amsterdam, Berbice SCHEDULE: In the matter of Lot 1 F being a portion of Lot 1 Palmyra Eastern section situate on East Canje in the County of Berbice Republic of Guyana being laid down and defined on a plan by Arthur Sookram, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 15th of April, 1999 and deposited in the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 17th of May, 1999 as Plan No. 28841. The Petitioner's place of business and address for service is at the office of Mr DRIDHNAUTH PERRY GOSSAI, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. PETITION NO. 226 OF 2013 BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: I, ANJANDAI CHAN of Lot 13 No.3 Village, West Coast, Berbice, have presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription of the property in the Schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the said Petition must within a month from the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice,a Notice of his/her opposition and affidavit upon the said ANJANDAI CHAN. The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. Perry Gossai Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner Dated this 7th day of July, 2013 New Amsterdam, Berbice SCHEDULE: Tracts 'AC' comprising Sublot 'a' of Lot 12 and Sublot 'b' of Lot 13 situate at East of the Public Road all being portions of Plantation Mon Choisi or No.3 situate on the West Sea Coast of Berbice in the County of Berbice, Republic of Guyana the said Tracts 'AC' being laid down and defined on a plan by Desmond A. Weeks, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 4th of June, 2013 and deposited in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission on the 21st of June, 2013 as Plan number 56213. The Petitioner's place of business and address for service is at the office of MR. DRIDHNAUTH PERRY GOSSAI, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. 2013 No. 319-P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICITON DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: I, ALICE HALL nee TAPPIN of 14 Rising Sun, West Coast Berbice, have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Tirle by Prescription to the property in the Schedule annexed hereto. ANY person(s) intending to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and/or Georgetown Demerara his/her opposition to said Petition and Affidavit in support thereof The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the Property which may be inspected at the Registry of the Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice during office hours. MEMORANDUM: The address or service on the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Mr. Horatio O. Edmondson, Attorney-at-Law 1 4 Vryheid Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice, Guyana H.O. Edmondson Attorney-at-Law Dated this 19th day of September, 2013. SCHEDULE: In the matter of Sub lots 'A', 'B' & 'C' being portions of Lot 14 South of Public Road Plantation Rising Sun situate on the West Sea Coast of Berbice County of Berbice, Republic of Guyana the said Sub lots "A", "B" & "C" being shown on a Plan by L.E. Leo, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 5th September, 2011 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on 11th October, 2012 as Plan No. 50638.


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2013 No. 320-P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICTION DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: I, ALICE BEATRICE LINTON NEE MC PHERSON of Lot 13 -14 Lichfield Village, West Coast Berbice, Guyana, have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property in the Schedule annexed hereto. ANY person(s) intending to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and.or Georgetown Demerara his.her opposition to said Petition and Affidavit in support thereof. The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the Property which may be inspected at the Registry of the Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice during office hours. MEMORANDUM: The address for service on the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Mr. Horatio O. Edmondson Attorney-at-Law Lot 1-4 Vryheid Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice Horatio O. Edmondson Attorney-at-Law Dated this 19th day of September, 2013 SCHEDULE: In the matter of Sublot 'A' and Sublot 'B' of Lot 68 Pln. Lichfield situate on the West Coast of Berbice County of Berbice, Guyana the said sublots being laid down and defined on a plan by G. I. Brathwaite, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 17-04-2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 2013 04-19 as Plan Numbered 55695.

said Petition must within a month from the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice, a Notice of his/her opposition and Affidavit upon the said MICHAEL LEON SINGH. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. Attorney-atLaw for Petitioner Dated this 1 6 t h d a y o f M a y, 2 0 1 3 N e w Amsterdam, Berbice SCHEDULE: Sub Lot 'AA' being a portion of Lot 1 Section '1' Plantation Caracas situate on the Left Bank of the Canje River in the County of Berbice, Republic of Guyana being laid down and defined on a plan by Khamraj Persaud, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 15th of May, 2011 and deposited in the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 20th of May, 2011 as Plan No. 50058. The petitioner's place of business and address for service is at the office of Mr DRIDHNAUTH PERRY GOSSAI, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

davits together with the Notice of the said HEMWATTIE DASRAT. The said petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam Berbice during office hours. Sgd. A. Anamayah Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner SCHEDULE: North half of Lot 265 containing an area of 0.064 (nought decimal nought six four) of an acre and North half of Lot 345, containing and area of 0.064 (nought decimal nought six four) of an acre, Plantation Lot No. 72 or Chinese Town, situate on the left bank Corentyne River in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana the said Lots being laid down and defined on a plan by D. U. Congreaves, Sworn land Surveyor dated this 12th August, 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 30th of August, 2013 and recorded as Plan No. 56841. MEMORANDUM: The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Messrs Adrian Anamayah and/ or Ian Anamayah, Attorneys-atLaw of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

ISLAM RAHAMAN RAZACK. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam of Court at New Amsterdam Berbice during office hours. Sgd. A. Anamayah Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner SCHEDULE: Lots 47 containing an area of 0.0882 (nought decimal nought eight eight two) of an acre and Lot 49 containing an area of 0.0970 (nought decimal nought nine seven nought) of an acre North Half Plantation Lot No. 63 or Benab situate on the Corentyne Coast in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana the said Lots being laid down and defined on a plan by R.T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 9th of August 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 16th of August, 2013 and recorded as Plan No. 56712. MEMORANDUM: The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Messrs Adrian Anamayah and/or Ian Anamayah Attorneys-at-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

2013 No. 293-P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: I, ABDUL BARRY KHAN, presently of Lot 3B, Cotton Tree Village, Berbice, being the duly constituted attorney of ABDUL ISAAZ KHAN also known as Abdool Khan of 91-31 184 Street, Hollis, New York, 11423, United States of America, agreeably with Power of Attorney executed on the 18th March, 2010 and registered at the Deeds Registry at New Amsterdam, Berbice on the 22nd March, 2010 and numbered 514 of 2010 (Berbice), have presented a Petition for Declaration of Title to the property described in the Schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month from the date hereof of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and serve copies of his/ her/their opposition notice and affidavit in support on the said ABDUL ISAAZ KHAN also known as Abdool Khan, The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice during office hours. Rohan Chandan Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner New Amsterdam, Berbice This 2nd day of September 2013. SCHEDULE: Tract 'AK' being a portion of Lot 3 Section 'B' Plantation Cotton Tree, situate on the Left Bank of the Berbice River in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana the said tract containing an area of 0.1230 (nought decimal one two three nought) of an acre and being shown laid down and defined on a plan by Desmond A Weeks, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 19th July 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 26th day of July, 2013 as Plan No. 56531. The Petitioner's address for service and place of business is at the Chambers of Mr. Rohan chandan, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

2013 - HC - DEM - CIV - P509 IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE In the matter of the Title to Land (Prescription and Limitation) Act, Chapter 60:02.-and- In the matter of the High Court Cap 3:02 (Declaration of Title) 1923.In the matter of Lot C comprising portions of Lots 11 and 12 Plantation La Retraite, situated on the left bank of the Demerara River, in the County of Demerara, Republic of Guyana the lots comprising of 0.190 and shown on a Plan by M.H Amsterdam, Sworn Land Surveyor and dated 13th day of March, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 17th day of April, 2013 as Plan No 55640. In the matter of an Application for Declaration of Title by ROLSTON HACKETT and KAREN SAMUELS. NOTICE: Petition ROLSTON HACKETT and KAREN SAMUELS of 44 Lot 11-12 La Retraite, West Bank Demerara by Prescription of the property described in Schedule hereto. AND ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of Court in the City of Georgetown, Demerara, Notice of his/her opposition and an Affidavit or Affidavits in Support thereof and serve a copy of this Notice and any Affidavit/Affidavits upon the said Petitioner. This 8th day of October, 2013 Attorney-at-Law For the Petitioner SCHEDULE: Lot C comprising portions of Lots 11 and 12 Plantation La Retraite, situated on the left bank of the Demerara River, in the County of Demerara, Republic of Guyana the lots comprising of 0.190 and shown on a Plan by M.H Amsterdam, Sworn Land Surveyor and dated 13th day of March, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 17th day of April, 2013 as Plan No 55640. MEMORANDUM: The Petitioner's address for service is at the Office of her Attorney-at-Law Mr Lyndon Amsterdam, at Lot 77 Hadfield Street, Werk-enRust, Georgetown.

PETITION No. 323 OF 2013 BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: SHAMDAT PERSAUD BAICHU, of Lot 33, Grant 1651 Crabwood Creek, Corentyne, Berbice has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription of the property described in the Schedule hereunder. ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this notice file in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and/or at Georgetown, Demerara, notice of his/her opposition and an affidavit and/or affidavits together with the Notice of the said SHAMDAT PERSAUD BAICHU. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice during office hours. Sgd. A. Anamayah Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner SCHEDULE: Tract 'SB' containing an area of 0.695 (nought decimal six nine five) of an acre and tract 'PB' containing an area of 1.166 (one decimal one six six) of an acre being portion of Lot 1, Grant 1651 situate on the Corentyne Coast in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana the said Tracts being laid down and defined on a plan by D.U. Congreaves, Sworn Land Surveyor dated this 25th July, 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 2nd August, 2013 and recorded as Plan No. 56600. MEMORANDUM: The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Messrs Adrian Anamayah and/or Ian Anamayah, Attorneys-at-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

2013 NO. 324-P BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE CIVIL JURISDICITON DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE I, ALICE HALL nee TAPPIN of Lot 14 Rising Sun, West Coast Berbice have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property in the Schedule annexed hereto. ANY person(s) intending to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and/or Georgetown Demerara his/or her opposition to said Petition and Affidavit in support thereof. The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the Property which may be inspected at the Registry of the Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice, during office hours. MEMORANDUM: The address for service on the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Mr. Horatio O. Edmondson Attorney-at-Law 1-4 Vryheid Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice, Guyana Horatio O. Edmondson Attorney-atLaw Dated this 19th day of September, 2013 SCHEDULE: In the matter of Tract 'D' (North of Public Road) being a portion of Lot 14 Plantation Rising Sun situate on the West Sea Coast of Berbice County of Berbice Republic of Guyana the said Tract "D' being shown on a plan by L.E. Leo, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 4th March, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on 2013-03-14 as Plan No. 55302. PETITION NO. 171-P OF 2013 BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: I, MICHAEL LEON SINGH of Lot 1 Vryheid, Caracas, West Canje, Berbice, represented herein by his duly constituted attorney SEENATUH SINGH of Lot 5 Vryheid, Caracas, West Canje, Berbice, agreeably with Power of Attorney duly executed and registered at the Deeds R e g i s t r y, New Amsterdam, Berbice on the 8th d a y o f F e b r u a r y, 2 0 11 a n d numbered 239 of 2 0 11 (Berbice) have presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription of the property in the Schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the

PETITION No. 318 OF 2013 BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: HEMWATTIE DASRAT of Lot 59 Section B, No. 72 Village, Corentyne Berbice has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription of the property described in the Schedule hereunder. ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this notice file in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and/or at Georgetown Demerara notice of his/her opposition and an affidavit and/or affi-

PETITION No. 305-P OF 2013 BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: ISLAM RAHAMAN RAZACK of Lot 4 Eliza and Avenue, Springlands, Corriverton, Corentyne, Berbice has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription of the property described in the Schedule hereunder. ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and/or at Georgetown Demerara notice of his/her opposition and an affidavit and/or affidavits together with the Notice of the said

PETITION No. 315 OF 2013 BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: ROY WINSTON BHOWNOTH and SEETHA BHOWNOTH, both of Lot 10 Section B, No. 50 Village Corentyne, Berbice Jointly have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription of the property described in the Schedule hereunder. ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within one (1) month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam Berbice and/or at Georgetown, Demerara notice of his/her opposition and an affidavit and/or affidavits together with the Notice of the said ROY WINSTON BHOWNOTH And SEETHA BHOWNOTH. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said Property which may be inspected at the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice during office hours. Sgd. A. Anamayah Attorney-at-Law for Petitioners SCHEDULE: Plot 'RS' containing

NOTICE an area of 0.1226 (nought decimal one two two six) of an acre being portion of Lot 10, Section 'B' Plantation Lot No. 50 or Leeds situate on the Corentyne Coastinthe County of Berbice Cooperative Republic of Guyana the said Plot being laid down and defined ona plan by R.T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor dated this 4th day of September, 2012 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 20th day of September, 2012 and recorded as Plan No. 53898. MEMORANDUM: The address for service of the Petitioners is at the Chambersof Messrs. Adrian Anamayah, and/or Ian Anamayah, Attorneys-at-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. PETITION No. 306-P OF 2013 BERBCIE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: ISLAM RAHAMAN RAZACK of Lot 4 Eliza and Avenue Springlands, Corriverton, Corentyne, Berbice has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription of the property described in the Schedule hereunder. ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and/or at Georgetown Demerara notice of his/ her opposition and an affidavit and/ or affidavits together with the Notice of the said ISLAM RAHAMAN RAZACK. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice, during office hours. Sgd. A. Anamayah Attorneyat-Law for Petitioner SCHEDULE: Tract 'A' of Lot 5 containing an area of 0.541 (nought decimal five four one) of an acre and Tract 'A' of Lot 6 containing an area of 0.541 (nought decimal five four one) of an acre, being portions of Grant No. 2309 situate on the Left Bank of the Corentyne River in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana the said Tracts being laid down and defined on a plan by R.T. John Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 13th August, 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 20th of August, 2013 and recorded as Plan No. 56739. MEMORANDUM: The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Messrs Adrian Anamayah and or Ian Anamayah, Attorneys-at-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. PETITION No. 298-P OF 2013 BERBICE IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE NOTICE: VICTOR ANDREWS of Lot 199 Rahaman Street, No. 78 Village, Corriverton, Corentyne, Berbice the duly constituted attorney of CARLTON LA ROSE, 482 East 53rd Street, Brooklyn, United States of America has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription of the property described in the Schedule hereunder. ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice and/or at Georgetown, Demerara notice of his/her opposition and an affidavit and/or affidavits together with the Notice of the said CARLTON LA ROSE. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice during office hours. Sgd. A. Anamayah Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner SCHEDULE: Lot 13, Section B, containing an area of 0.110 (nought decimal one one nought) of an acre being portion of Lot No. 79 Village in the Town of Corriverton, left bank of Corentyne River in the County of Berbice Republic of Guyana the said Lot being laid down and defined on a plan by D.U. Congreaves Sworn Land Surveyor dated this 2nd of October, 2012, and recorded in

NOTICE the department of Lands and Surveys on the 5th of November, 2012 and recorded as Plan No. 54150. MEMORANDUM: The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Messrs Adrian Anamayah and/or Ian Anamayah Attorneys-at-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice. 2013-HC-DEM-CIV-P-181 IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE In the matter of the Title to Land (Prescription and Limitation) Act, Chapter 60:02.-andIn the matter of the High Court Cap 3:02 (Declaration of Title) 1923. In the matter of Lot 1 Plantation Ruimzeight (West) situated on the West Coast of the Demerara, in the County of Demerara, and in the Republic of Guyana and comprising 0.083 (nought decimal nought eight three) of an acre as shown on a Plan by G. Samaroo, Sworn Land Surveyor and dated 8th day of October, 2012 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission as Plan No. 54135.In the matter of an Application for Declaration of Title by LOWANNIE ANN LOW and PHILIP LOW. NOTICE: Petition LOWANNIE ANN LOW and PHILIP LOW of Lot 1 Ruimzeight, West Coast Demerara by Prescription of the property described in Schedule hereto. AND ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry 9of Court in the City of Georgetown, Demerara, Notice of his/her opposition and an Affidavit or Affidavits in Support thereof and serve a copy of this Notice and any Affidavit/Affidavits upon the said Petitioner. This day of April, 2013 … Attorney-at-Law For the Petitioner SCHEDULE: Lot 1 Plantation Ruimzeight (West) situated on the West Coast of the Demerara, in the County of Demerara, and in the Republic of Guyana and comprising 0.083 (nought decimal nought eight three) of an acre as shown on a Plan by G. Samaroo, Sworn Land Surveyor and dated 8th day of October, 2012 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission as Plan No. 54135. MEMORANDUM: The Petitioner's address for service is at the Office of her Attorney-atLaw Mr Lyndon Amsterdam, at Lot 77 Hadfield Street, Werk-en-Rust, Georgetown. 2013 - HC- DEM- CIV - P-691 IN THE HIGH COURT OF THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE DECLARATION OF TITLE In the matter of the Title to Land (Prescription and Limitation) Act, Chapter 60:02.-and-In the matter of the High Court Act Cap 3:02 (Declaration of Title) 1923.-and- In the matter of Sublot "C" being a portion of N½ of Lot 68 Adelaide Street, New Charlestown situated in City of Georgetown in the County of Demerara, Republic of Guyana and comprising 0.018442 (zero decimal one eight four four two) of an acre and laid down on a Plan by M.H Amsterdam, Sworn Land Surveyor and dated 28th January, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 13th day of February, 2013 as Plan No. 55092.and-In the matter of an Application for Declaration of Title by JOYCELYN CHICHESTER. NOTICE: Petition JOYCELYN CHICHESTER of Lot 174-34-128th Avenue, Springfield Gardens, Queens, New York, 11434, United States of America by Prescription of the property described in Schedule hereto. AND ANY PERSON intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of Court in the City of Georgetown, Demerara, Notice of his/her opposition and an Affidavit or Affidavits in Support thereof and serve a copy of this Notice and any Affidavit/Affidavits upon the said Petitioner. This 8th day of October, 2013 … Attorney-at-Law For the Petitioner SCHEDULE: Sublot "C" being a portion of N½ of Lot 68 Adelaide Street, New Charlestown situated in City of Georgetown in the County of Demerara, Republic of Guyana and comprising 0.018442 (zero decimal one eight four four two) of an acre and laid down on a Plan by M.H Amsterdam, Sworn Land Surveyor and dated 28th January, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 13th day of February, 2013 as Plan No. 55092. MEMORANDUM: The Petitioner's address for service is at the Office of her Attorney-at-Law Mr Lyndon Amsterdam, at Lot 77 Hadfield Street, Werk-en-Rust, Georgetown.


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FULL BENEFIT ACADEMY(Music & Academics) departments, daycare, playgroup, nursery, primary & secondary, individualised attention, extra classes for weak students, special focus on phonics and reading. Get customised tuition. Music is offered, high quality teaching-learning approaches. The Indivindualised Tuition School For Every Ability, Register now for school. 651-5220, 647-0686. NAYELLI School of Cosmetology is enrolling students for 3 months day and 6 months evening courses in Cosmetology beginning January 6th, 2014 Mondays to Fridays, also evening and weekend classes in barbering. Basic & Advanced hair cutting, acrylic nails & airbrushing, manicure, pedicure, facial, makeup artistry and body massage, Limited spaces. Body massage on Saturdays only. Visit us at 211, New Market Street, North Cummingsburg, Georgetown or call us on 226-4573. INSTITUTE of Academic Excellence 194 Camp Street (between Church and Quamina Streets). Registration has commenced for CXC 2013/2014 classes. Maths, English, Business and Science CXC classes for adults, repeaters, school drop-outs, secondary school students (Forms 1-5). Extra lessons (Forms 1-5) morning, afternoon, evening and weekend classes for adults. Special Business and Science packages and payment plans are available. Fees low as $1 500. Special CXC programme for persons desirous of becoming nurses. Phone 683-5742, 2277627, 223-0604. FITNESS

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NOTICE is hereby given to members of the general public by KWAMIE RODNEY, proprietor of property with three (3) storey concrete building thereon, situated at lot 163 "B" Thomas & Alexander Streets, Kitty, Greater Georgetown, Demerara, Guyana. That no business and or transaction(s) is to be done or carry on in relation to the said abovementioned property with any person or persons other than the abovementioned proprietor. Contact: Tel: 680-2198 or 6254282. RENTAL HIRE

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PAWN SHOP

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SPIRITUALITY

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CAR RENTAL CAR RENTAL

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NELLIE'S Beauty Salon, Lot 8 New Market Street next to German for your cosmetology needs. Contact 667-9737 Shenika for more info.

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TECHNICIANS available: Repairs, servicing and installation, washers, dryers, stoves, deep fryers, industrial controls. 6190793, 699-8802, 218-0050.''

WE provide the following services - financing, re-financing, debt write-off, we establish all types of businesses for customers, typing services, filling out applications and forms, etc. We prepare all your documentary needs. We do legal research and briefs. Contact Theophilus M.F. Ferguson at Lot 185 Maraj Building Charlotte and King Streets, Lacytown, Georgetown, Guyana on the third floor, Room G4, Tel. 680-2198, 625-4282. J&A CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Building Maintenance Renovation and General Construction Company, Phone 592-615-5734, 592-616-5914 We are specialised in carpentry, masonry, trowel plastic, washing and painting of building, scaffolding rental, sheet rack, tiling, slicking, plumbing, grill work, electrical installation, interior designing, upholstery and curtains, building of kitchen cupboards, beds, wardrobe, etc. 25% Christmas discount.

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VACANCY exists for restaurant supervisor. Apply in person with written application at The Regency Suites Hotel, 98 Hadfield St, Werken-Rust, Georgetown.

LOOKING for small clients, 10 - 25 employees or less, to cheaply computerise their payroll, payment upon satisfactory completion. For more information, call 673-7572.

FOR all general concontact struction, Mohamed. We specialize in y, plumbonr y, mas pentr car onry masonr pentry carpentr ing, power-wash, painting painting,, troweltex and varnishing. Call 233-0591, 667-6644 667-6644,, (office) 216-3120.

VACANCY ONE person to work at snackette to prepare barbecui. Call 692-6595, 226-5336, 6164686.

VACANCY exists for Restaurant Supervisor. Apply in person with written application to Regency Suite/hotel. 98 Hadfield Street, Werk-en-Rust, Georgetown.

TOURS

TOURS

SURINAME Pre-Christmas trip return sightseeing-tour, etc.: Nov 28thDec 1st. Tel # 644-0185, 639-2663, 665-5171, 227-8290 VACANCY VACANCY INSTITUTE of Academic Excellence, 194 Camp Street: Teacher needed for English A and Social Studies. 683-5742. ONE live-in and one live-out baby-sitter to work from 12:00hrs to 20:00hrs. 225-0188, 225-6070. ABLE bodied porter. Apply in person with recent police clearance and 2 recommendations. Tel # 226-5473. 1 SALES Clerk, must have knowledge of all types of Japanese spares, at lesst 3 years experience. Tel: 227-, 227-2322 Medical doctors wanted 'Three American style' examination rooms, fully equipped and centrally located. Tel. 227-6896. S E N I O R Accounts clerk and Auditor needed send application to PO box: 101848 PORTERS, Moulder & Wo o d m i z e r o p e r a t o r, l u m b e r clerk. Call Richard: 609-7675, 233-2614. VACANCIES exist for Bartender, IT Clerk, Sales Clerk. For more information, call 692-5427, 693-5329, 622-7628.

ARE you within the ages of 30 - 45 years? Do you want a weekend job (Fri, Sat, Sun, Mon) as a domestic /baby sitter on a live-in live-out basis? Applicants preferably from Industry to LBI, ECD. Call 626-2080. VACANCY: for a van driver, and a canter driver. Excellent salary and commission. Apply in person with police clearance, a copy of your driver's license, and 2 recommendations. Tel # 2265473. ONE experienced hairdresser for full-time employment. One house keeper/cook ;must be willing to work weekend. Location: Cornelia Ida, W.C.D. Tel# 602-5332. DRIVER aged 35 - 45 years, 10 years experience, must have a truck licence. Office Assistant, between 35 and 50 years old. Must be computer-literate and have knowledge of NIS and VAT. Preferably female. Contact Tel. 220-2034, 220-1787. SECURITY Guards must be able to work shift, ages 28 - 55 years old, requirement - application, reference last place of employment, TIN #, NIS #, ID #, Police clearance. Apply 233South Road, Lacytown. Tel. 2250198. VAC A N C I E S exist for Sales Clerk, Bond Clerk, Accounts Clerk and Pharmacist at Roy's Pharmacy. Interested persons can send in applications along with Curriculum Vitae and one passport-size photograph to Roy's Pharmacy Stall #32-33 and 6465 Bourda Market. Tel. 226-0693, one cleaner call Samantha 223-6072.


GUYANA CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2013 VACANCY 2 MALE Front Desk Assistants 28-45 yrs, Apply K&VC, 2 3 3 S o u t h R o a d . Te l . 2 2 5 0198. Requirements: application, TIN, ID#. Benefits: Attractive wages, weekly incentives and a comfortable work environment in a centrally located area. VACANCIES exist at Survival Shopping Complex, 173 Sheriff St, for evening shift sales girls (13:15hrs 22:30hrs), cashiers and cleaner. Applicants must send in application along with a passport-size photograph. For more information, contact 2275286-89. R K ' S S E C U R I T Y Services (Security Department) 2 watch Commanders, 5 Site Supervisors/Commanders (for Diplomatic Residences and Industrial Locations), 4 Visiting supervisors with Motorcycle or license for Motorcycle, 2 Drivers (ages 35+) for car, van and lorry. Contracted work and company employee with benefits in the system. CELL Point: Sales and Service Representative for Regent Street location. Requirements - handwritten application, CXC passes - Mathematics and English, 2 passport photographs and 2 recommendations. Age 25 - 30 years. Apply to Cell Point, 120 Reg e n t St r e e t . Te l . 6 4 5 - 4 9 0 0 , 226-3950. VACANCIES exist at Survival Shopping Complex, 173 Sherriff St, for cashiers and drivers. Persons must send in an application along with a passport-size photograph. For more information, contact 2275288-89. VACANCY for one experienced accountant. Must have organisation skills with six years working experience in the same field, also needed Senior Accounting Clerks. Must have 5year, working experience with some organization skills. Apply in person with written application Alabama Trading, Georgetown, Ferry Stelling. VACANCY exists at Survival Shopping Complex, 173 Sheriff Street for an IT Technician. Applicants must send in an application along with a passport-size photograph and CV. For more information, contact 2275288-89. WAITERS AND BARTENDERS WANTED a new service provider will be accepting applications for waiters and bartenders (males and females between ages of 18 - 30) Professional training will be provided. These applications must be sent no later than 17th June, 2013. Please send application to 64 Craig Street, Campbellville or Email ryan.seecharran@gmail.com For more information contact 227-8822, 6 9 6 - 3 0 4 9 . IMMEDIATE - VACANC IES for a caretaker at Turkeyen ECD, caretaker at Turkeyen, preferably a family man and above 48 years old, The job pays good salary per week, free housing and all utilities, Applicant must be able to plant garden and keep yard clean, cook for the dogs and look after poultry. House situated at Turkeyen on the East Coast of Demerara. Apply in person with recent Police Clearance, National Identification Card, National Insurance Card and TIN to P&L Engineering and Construction Co. Ltd., 61 E½ David Street Kitty, Geor getown. Tel. 2274412, 227-4386. For directions, call between Mondays to Fridays only, from 08:00hrs to 16:00hrs only.

VACANCY NETSURF Telecom is seeking applications from dynamic and highly motivated professional for the following vacancies. Functional Title: Administrative Assistant Qualification Secondary education (passes in 5 subjects), Certification in Administration, 5 years of relevant experience in administration, experience in the usage of computers and office software packages (MS Word, Excel, etc), experience in handling of web based management systems, experience in Accountant and Accounting programmes (QuickBooks. Etc), experience in NIS and PAYE Submission. Application should be sent to the following e m a i l : admin@netsurftelecom.com by November 12, 2013. JOB TITLE: CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVES: Qualifications and skills required: Secondary education (passes in 5 subjects including English & Math), 1 - 2 years of customer service experience, utilises empathy, listening skills and a courteous and helpful attitude to focus on providing quality customer service, strong oral and written communication skills, able to adapt to a changing work environment and the willingness to learn new skills and develop greater job knowledge, communicates with associates, customers and clients in a professional manner, effectively work in teams with peers, supervisors and management to achieve corporate and client goals. Additional requirements: flexible work schedule including nights, weekends and holidays as business need dictates. Email: admin@netsurftelecom.com

LAND FOR SALE

Land For Sale

20 HASLINGTON ECD 50ft x 75ft. Contact 654-6540. HOUSTON Gardens, 87 x 125, $13M neg. 611-0315, 690-8625. CANAL No.2, 5 acres, 3 lots - $15M. Phone 2277734. RAINBOW City, Linden: $2,800,000 next to Richard Cheap Shop; details - 644-6551. REPUBLIC Gardens EBD size 50x100. Price $9.8M. Contact 685-7887, 665-7400.. 3 ACRES of land in Kara Kara, Linden, $35M. Contact 680-3771 or 694-7210. 220x110 plot of land for sale in Watooka, Linden -7M. Contact: 680-3771 or 694-7210. ATLANTIC Ville & Friendship ECD EBD. No price will be refused . Tel. 689-9388, LAND 45x90 at 14 Kersaint Park, LBI. Price $15M, Tel. 6999201. LAND: by owner: Corner of Camp and Hadfield Streets 24' x 50' length. No agents. Call 6158128. DOWNTOWN location, size 65 x 125, price $32M. Diamond size 30x75, price $3M. Tel. 6702013. Serious enquiries only. CLAIM gold and diamond at Kurupung m i d d l e M a z a r u n i . Te l . 694-1707. BLANKENBURG Public Road, WCD: land for s a l e 3 8 x 1 5 0 - $ 11 M . 6 5 8 0132. 1 ACRE FRIENDSHIP WATER FRONT, EBD HOUSE LOTS Versailles and Republic Gardens (gated compound) Bel Air. TEL: 226-8148, 625-1624. 600 ACRES MAHAICONY with 45 cows, 1 horse, house and generator HOUSE LOTS VERSAILLES and Republic Gardens gated compound, High Street, Bel Air, Cummings Street. TEL. 226-8148, 625-1624.

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DIAMOND, Kuru Kuru, Good Hope, Lae Harmonie, Roriama Scheme, Kitty, 30 acres at Soesdyke Highway, Canal No. 1, 688-4414, 6153728.

VLISSENGEN RD- WORTHMAN-VILLE- triple lot suitable for business, bond, etc. Price reduce to $39 million. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353.

DURBAN STREET, FREEBURG - INVESTMENT corner lot . Size 11,000 sq ft. Price $77 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353.

DOUBLE lot, Bel Air Park 160 x 50 - $53M neg, Contact Master Louie - 623-2591, 669-0943, 2276949. TRANSPORTED land in Ramsville Court Cove & John, ECD. Call 2267585. CORNER house lot located at Tuschen Housing Scheme. Contact 62511 5 4 . HOUSE lot in Diamond Housing Scheme, 125ft x 75ft, 15hp Suzuki outboard engine, 14½ ft aluminum boat. Tel. 638-6722 S. Zaman. PLOTof land for sale located at Ocean View Drive, Ruimzeight Gardens WCD. Call 267-2348, 6943896.

GARNETTE ST NEWTOWN- Land for commercial building, bond, apartments, etc. Size 32x135. Price $34 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665- 7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. DIAMOND E.B.D - Unfinished concrete structure and land. Price 6.2 million. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. SHEMROCK GARDENS E.C.D - Size 105 X 86. Price 33 million. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

100 ACRES Mahaica Creek, Manni Street Linden, 2nd lot D'Urban Street, Werk-en-Rust with driveway, Rainbow City Linden with approved plan. Call 644-6551. LAND in Queenstown 165 x 60 over $100M. Phone Vice President Alysious Pereira 6232591, Vice President Darandia 615-0069, 618-0000, 225-2626 ONE land in Duncan St. for 4storey office complex, bond, school, apartment $31M. Phone 627-0288, Mr. Ramsayoe 618-0000, Mr Alysious Pereira 623-2591, Mr. Darindra 6150069.\ TRANSPORTED River View land, location Skeldon Berbice, 9.650 acres. For more information, contact 592-617-5860 after 16:00 hrs. PEARL EBD, 5 acres of prime agricultural land, water, electricity, accessible road, Call 623-7805, 661-1555, 680-4765, 645-8849, 629-7574. SHAMROCK Gardens, ECD: Size 105x86. Price $33M. Contact Royal Real Estate - 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6453. DIAMOND, Grove, La Parfaite Harmonie, LBI, Kuru Kururu, Herstelling, Sheriff Street, Bush Lot WCB, Adventure. Rice land - 629-8253, 6884414. L.B.I E.C.D- Corner lot 9000 Sq Ft Land Price $16 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665-7400, 643-6353, 6857887. LAND of Canaan, E.B.D., East of Public Road. Few acres left for sale this year, all utilities, two access roads. Tel # 266-0014, 669-8139. REPUBLIC GARDENS/ REPUBLIC PARK E.B.D (Gated community) - Size 5000 sq ft. Price $13.5 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353. SHERIFF STREET- double prime business spot (Size 12,500 sq ft) Price USD$ 1.5 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665 -7400, 685-7887, 6436353. REPUBLIC GARDENS/ REPUBLIC PARK E.B.D (Gated community) - (Size 10,000 sq ft) Price $23 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353. ATLANTIC GARDENS E.C.D- Triple lot. Price $59 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353. D'ANDRADE Street Newtown- Double lot. Price $21 million. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353.

120x60 CLOSE to Brickdam, $75M suitable for 5-storey complex, hotel Mr Ramsohoye 618-0000, Mr Pereira 226-1064, Mr. Darindra 6150069, 225-2626, 227-6863, 2255198. THIS land is going to solve your business need, in Smyth close to Brickdam 120 x 60 the only land available for $55M neg All lands that would give you the same return on your investment $95M, talking of 5-storey complex. Phone Lady Boston 6842244, Lady Racel Jones 688-3434 lady Davi Dyal 697-9377, Master Darindra 615-0069, 618-0000, 623-2591, 225-2626, 225-3068, 226-1064 , Email: tonyreidsrealty@hotmail.co m CAPITAL REALTY LAND Atla n t i c G a r d e n s 4 5 ' x 9 0 ' $16M, Charlotte Street 35'x110' - $21M, Rahaman's Park 50'x100' - $21M, Garnett Street $30M, Diamond 50'x100' - $5M and up, R u i m z e i g h t G a r d e n s 3 200 sq. ft - $9M, Grove 42'x80' $5M, Annandale $5M, Tuschen 5 0 ' x 1 0 0 ' - $ 11 M , $ 1 4 M , Blankenburg 38'x150' - $12M, Sheriff Street 48'x55' - $46M, Land of Canaan $8M per acre. Many more listings Azeem 2269383, 642-3722, 698-8710.

BB ECCLES 100 x 50 only $14M, Call Ms Debidyal. 6979377, 231-2064, 225-2626, 2276863, 615-0069, 627-0288, 2261064.

REPUBLIC GARDENS Size 50 X 100. Price 9.8 million. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. LAND for bond, hotel, apartment complex, Blygezight 120 x 60 $36M, neg, Austin St. 134 x 56 - $36M, Kitty 8 000 sq ft - $22M, Phone Vice President 225-2626, 618-0000, 2252626, 623-2591, 226-1064, 227-6863, 615-0069 LAND with 20ft driveway Dennis Street $17M, Sec. 'M' 90 x 50 plus reserve $17M, Kitty 8 000 sq. ft - $19M, one house in McDoom close to main road $9M. Phone Mr Darindra 615-0069, 618-0000 Vice President Alysious Pereira 623-2591, 227-6863, 226-1064, 225-2626. 140 x 60 land in Bel Air Village for hotel, bond, 5-storey, students' dorm - $42M. Phone Vice President Patrick Pereira 669-3350, Vice President Ramsohoye 618-0000, 6232591, 227-6863, 225-2626, 6677812. THE only remaining land in Continental Park 100 x 50 plus reserve $18.5M well built up. Phone Mr Dinindra 615-0069, Mr Alysious Pereira 623-2591, Mr Ransayoe 618-0000, 227-6949, 225-2626, 225-3068, 231-2068, 226-1064, 225-5198. BEL Air Village land 140 x 86 close to the railway embankment road, suited for school, bond, university dorm for international students and any other purpose, close to the Public Swimming Pool $38M. Phone Mr. Alysious Pereire 6232591, Mr Dinindra 615-0069, Mr Ramsohoye 618-0000, 225-2626, 225-3068, 231-2064, 226-1064, 227-6863, 225-5198. SECOND lot in Dennis St, with driveway 20 feet $17M, Sec. 'M', 80 x 60, plus reserve for bond $19M, Da Silva St 80 x 50 $13M, Kitty Railway Embankment 8 000 sq. ft $20M, land has 20 ft driveways. Vice President Drandia 615-0069, Vice President Alysious Pereira - 623-2591, Vice President Ramsayae 618-0000, Vice President 225-2626, 2261064, 667-7812.

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HAPPY Acres front, residential areas $16M, Bagotville, W.B.Dem land 45 by 150 feet on eastern side of road, D'Urban Street close to High Street 50 by 100 feet for $16M, five acres of prime land at Pearl, EBD for $12M, Agricola, double lot $8M, Success and Railway line road on ECD 22 000 sq.ft of land for $48M, Nandy Park residential $16.5M, Contact Pete's Real Estate - 2236218, 226-9951, 227-2487, 226-5546. G U YA N E S E business es mus t think o u t o f t h e box. They must adopt a new strate g y. T h e C h i n ese are moving in some locations that land for bond/factory is cheap, 20 000 sq ft land close to the Chinese embassy for bond. $58M, 8 000 sq. ft on the main road close to the Chinese Embassy $54M for 4-storey fast food/super m a r k e t 2 0 0 - c a r parking. 1½ acres of land in Turkeyen for hostel, school, university, bond, Buy now, be decisive. Present, you have a boss, now decide. Phone Mr. Danhand r i 6 1 5 - 0 0 6 5 , M r . P a t r i c k P e r e i r a 6 6 9 - 3 3 5 0, M r. A l y s i o u s P e r e i r a 6 2 3 2591, 225-2709, 225-2626, 2 2 5 - 3 0 6 8 , 2 2 6 - 1064, 2276863, 225-5198 Seven days of h o t m a il: tonyreidsrealty.com. 120x100 in D'Urban Street for fast food, mall and several other purposes, Duncan Street for apartment complex, school, bond 140x33 - $31M, Liliendaal 1¼ acres for bond, school, parking trucks etc, Mandela Main Road 7000 sq. ft close to Chinese Embassy $52M, Cummings Sts. close to Church St $38M, Sec. 'M' 80 x 60 plus reserve for residence and business $16M, LBI Earl's Court double lot $17M, Republic Park 120x60 - $17M, W illiam Street $26M, Hadfield Street east of Cemetery Road $17M, Lamaha Street and Vlissengen Road $22M, Happy Acres for apartment complex $15M, 2 acres of land in Eping Avenue for complex US$3.9M, La Resouvenir ¾ acre $80M, Da Silva St. Kitty $18M. Phone Mr. Alexander Pereira, Mr Dindra 615-0069, Mr Ramsayhoe 6180000, 623-2591, Mr Hercules 661-1952, 225-5198, 2253068, 225-2626, 227-6863, 2312064.

WE wish to advertise all land was made by the creator for different purposes. Go as high as you can to enjoy economy of height. Earl's Court LBI double lot 120 x 90 $17M, Happy Acres parallel to the Main Road 100 x 50 - $16M, for business or 4-storey apartment land for bonds on the East Coast $28M, Kitty 8 000 sq. ft $20M, Da Silva St 70 x 35 - $14M, 9 000 sq. ft on Main Road 500 yards south of Chinese Embassy, Turkeyen 1.4 acres $38M, Campbellville 80 x 60 with lots of reserve $16M, Republic Park $16M, Continental Park double lot $35M, Croal Street 75 x 50 - $32M, 3 lots at 'AA' Eccles with massive unfinished structure $98M, plus reserve. Friendship $3.5M, Pearl 5 acres for gated community $45M neg. Phone V.P. Mrs . A l a n n a D e b i d a y a l 231-2064, cell 697-9377, 2253068, 226-1064, 227-6863, 2276964, 225-2626. to let

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FURNISHED rooms. Students only. Tel. 229-6149. 1 - 2-BEDROOM house Tel. 225-1413, 225-5312. SPACE to rent in Duncan Street. Tel. 621-8198. BUSINESS space Alberttown - 621-5282. ROOM for rent single female only. 231-6395. MISS Dee Apartments for overseas guests is back. Call 661-7354. 1 - FURNISHED house, master-room apartments furnished. Call 688-4321. KINGSTON office space available immediately. Tel. 2261308 or 647-1481. TOP flat to rent $55 000, Whirlpool fridge for sale. 6247906, 624-3060. 3-BEDROOM wooden building, Agricola Public Road , Tel. 2163120, 667-6644. ALBERTTOWN large business space to rent on Light Street. Contact 644-0530. FINE business location, ground floor, Brickdam for office or business.Tel. 694-1091. EXECUTIVE office in central location (Middle and Carmichael Streets). Tel. 225-6370, 609-3899. REST- Bar for rent, 3-Bedroom house for rent, with one master room. Call: 669-0366 BUSINESS place Garnett St.: one small and fully secured ground floor, price $60, 000. Tel. 642-0636. QUEENSTOWN furnished executive apartment with all conveniences, price US$600. Tel. 225-0545.


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26 TO LET PRIME business location to rent in Camp Street between New Market & Lamaha for business or office, Tel: 694-1091, 639-4499. LAMA Avenue, Bel Air Park: furnished executive apartment with internet access, generator and parking. Tel. 642-0636. NEW 3-storey store, Robb Street; also Berbice Car Park, suitable for salon office boutique. 688-7224, 225-2319, 676-0614. ONE-bedroom apartment. Preferably working couple. Cornelia Ida, W.C.D. Tel# 6025332. ONE-bedroom fully furnished apartment with AC in Campbellville. Overseas guest. Tel. 648-0303. ECCLES 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT & 3 bedroom upstairs, short term. Tel 660-4764. 2-BEDROOM in exclusive residential area with all modern amenities. 653-2920. ONE house or apartment to rent: $15,000-$20,000 a month. Tel. 698-0844. APARTMENT for single or couple only. Call 692-6595, 2265336, 616-4686. 2-BEDROOM in Kitty for working couple/ single. Phone 612-5459, 8 - 4 pm. 4-BEDROOM upper-flat Herstelling Public Road. Tel. 612-8879, 678-2918. UNFURNISHED three-bedroom top-flat with all conveniences. Conact: Krishnadat Raghubir Tel. # 642-0636. SPACE for doctors, pharmacy, medical laboratory, 9000 sq. ft, suitable for school. Vreed-en-Hoop Junction. Tel. 621-1576, 254-0373. NEWTOWN: One-bedroom furnished apartment $60 000. Tel. 670-8931, 227-8451. 2-STOREY, 1 BOND space, located at Broad and Ketley Streets, with utilities. 6433675 . 1-BEDROOM apartment, Kitty. Furnished 2-bedroom apartment, studio and rooms daily - 621-5282. ONE spacious 2 bedroom fully grilled apartment in 1st Street Alexander Village, $45 000 per month. Tel. 648-3374, 225-6965. UNFURNISHED three-bedroom top-flat with all conveniences. Conact: Krishnadat Raghubir Tel. # 642-0636. FULLY furnished apartment, long- and short-term, utilities included. Duncan Street. 645-0787. 2 BEDROOM apartment in 95 Craig St., Campbellville, preferably for small family, professionals, teacher. Tel # 2254409, 645-0984 THREE-bedroom single house in Bel Air Park, 1 master, AC, hot and cold water, alarm system. Call 665-0770, 225-3287 (Agents welcome). ONE furnished room to rent in La Parfait, Harmonie, West Bank, Demerara (18 000, working elderly female preferred ) 615-1201, 227-6690. ONE-bedroom apartment couple or single person Middle Road, La Penitence, price $30, 000 per month. Tel. 227-6678, 225-9759, 653-5763. HADFIELD Street ground floor business space. Price $250 000. Contact Royal real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. FURNISHED and fully secured executive apartment with internet access, generator, and parking. Contact: Krishnadat Raghubir Tel # 642- 0636. HADFIELD Street top flat, suitable for office. Price $200 000. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

TO LET GARNETT Street, Campbellville: Furnished threebedroom house Price US$1250. Contact Royal Real Estate 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353. BOUGAINVILLEA 5-bedroom house with all amenities to live in or for storage. Tel. 6435220, 685-5306. 1 THREE bedroom concrete bottom flat, inside toilet & bath, telephone, parking. Decent working couple. 648-3342, 668-5384. FURNISHED ($60,000), UNFURNISHED ($30,000) IN CHATEAU MARGOT. tEL 6600943. ONE furnished apartment for overseas visitors with AC, hot and cold shower, US$25 daily. Call 231-6061, 621-1524. HOUSES, Apartments & business for rent. US$400. & up. Call Sandy - 638-7232/ 222-7986. DOWNTOWN space suitable for any office, barber, salon, storage or other. Call 227-3064, 628-7589 . OFFICE business space, Queenstown US$300, US$500, US$900 and US$1600 neg. AC and parking space. Tel. 624-4225. ONE two-bedroom apartment at Industry, toilet and bath inside. Tel. 222-8887, 626-6981, 6566356 ONE 2 bedroom apartment in Newtown Kitty, $50 000 monthly. One small cottage $50 000 monthly in Mon Repos. Tel. 226-7038, 643-5797. MOVE in ready: fully furnished two-bedroom upper-flat apartment, Atlantic Gardens US$1000, dollars negotiable. Call 600-9981. EXECUTIVE two-storey building, 3 bedrooms, with all modern conveniences, furnished/unfurnished, Meadow Brook Gardens. Mr Narine. 696-8230. FULLY furnished studio apartment, near UG, inclusive of internet, water and electricity, G$70 000 or US$350. Call 2223962 after 14:00hrs any day. FURNISHED 2-bedroom flat US$400 or equivalent, Middle St, Cummingsburg,. Georgetown. Phone 231-1276, 07:00hrs 10:00hrs, 14:00hrs - 18:00hrs. 1- AND 2-bedroom apartments for long term rental with self-contained hot and cold AC, etc location Mon Repos, ECD. Price $75 000 and $85 000. Tel. 618-0626. CHRISTMAS deal! Regent Street, secure ground floor 60'x10,' suitable for electronic, cell phone, computer, general store or snackette. Mr. Paul 231-9181, 626-1150, 118 Regent & Alexander Streets. GARNETT Street: One- & two-bedroom furnished apartments. with hot & cold, AC & Internet from US$20 daily. Rates neg. for monthly visitors. Phone: 227-5852/638-4404. UPPER flat suitable for office, school, church or any business at Cummings and Middle Streets. Tel. 233-2692. ONE-bedroom fully furnished apartment with all modern amenities, situated in South Ruimveldt. Ideal for young professional or couple. Price $80 000 neg. Call 623-4498, 601-9323. BUSINESS spot for rental: Internet, pharmacy, indoor restaurant, bond space, boutique, and cell phone shop. etc. 6232591, Mr Pereira. ONE bedroom apartment at 88 Middle Road, La Penitence: $30,000 per month, single person or couple. Tel # 223-2066/ 615-6090. KITTY$120,000 $140,000; Kingston - US900; Atlantic Garden - US900; Providence - US1300. Contact Diana on 227-2256, 626-9382.

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RESIDENTIAL: 2- and 3-bedroom unfurnished and furnished apartments, $85 000 to $130 000. BUSINESS: Robb Street 3-storey/flat, Alberttown 3-storey/flat, Alberttown $100 to $450 000. TEL. 226-8148, 625-1624.

C/VILLE close proximity to Sheriff Street - brand new 3 storey concrete building. Suitable for business, school, residence etc . Price USD $ 12,000. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353.

SUBRYANVILLE - Semifurnished 3 bedroom house with office space on ground floor. Price USD$1350. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353.

OFFICE/executive rental: Wonderful 7-bedroom property for office & residence at Atlantic Ville, East Coast Demerara. Price US$2000. Call Mr Darin 615-0069, 225-2626, 225-5198, 225-3069, 225-2709, 231-2064.

LUXURY flat apartments 143B Fifth Street Alberttown, long and short terms, rentals double,24hrs surveilance/night security and single rooms US$40 and US$80 per night, wifi, AC, hot and cold. Tel. 231-6721.

2-BEDROOM furnished top apartment, Campbellville $80 000 neg, 2-bedroom furnished top flat South Road US$800, other apartment and houses furnished and unfurnished from US$800 up. Call 664-5105.

ONE two-bedroom apartment at 27 Hugh Ghanie Park, Cummings Lodge ECD, Tel. 6742639.

EXECUTIVE property in gated community at Houston D'Aguiar's Park on one acre of land, lots of parking space, very private, 3 bedrooms, air-conditioned, fully furnished, new appliances, standby generator, fully secured with alarm system, hot and cold water which includes water purification system. Tel 609-2876. 623-0425.

KINGSTON: Spacious upper flat, 3 bedrooms, unfurnished, big yard, parking $120 000. Eccles, new apartment building, quiet area, 2-bedroom, unfurnished, parking $120 000. Subryanville, quiet and residential area, beautiful view of the Atlantic Ocean, 2-storey concrete, semi-furnished, 4 bedrooms, 2 self-contained study room, guest suite, walk-in pantry, spacious patio, security hut, maid's quarters, AC< parking US$2500, Eccles, residential area, 2-storey unfurnished 3 bedrooms upstairs, automatic garage, AC, parking US$2500, Campbellville, bottom flat, 2bedroom unfurnished $60 000. Nandy Park, bottom flat 2 bedroom unfurnished $65 000. Lamaha Gardens, beautiful semi-furnished property, 3 bedrooms, large back patio, garage yard space US$1800, Greenfield Park gated community, 2-storey furnished, 3 bedroom, big yard large patio, US$1300. Lamaha Gardens, quiet and secure 2-storey unfurnished 3 bedrooms, back patio, yard space AC US$1500, Happy Acres, 2-storey apartment building, 3 bedrooms each, fully furnished, parking US$1500 each. Call Pete's Real Estate Lot 2 George Street, W/Rust. 227-2487, 226-5546, 2269951, 223-6218.

QUEENSTOWN: Fully furnished 1- and 3-bedroom apartments, hot & cold, AC, internet, parking, etc., suitable for overseas and visitors short term. 227-1843, 2265137. EXECUTIVE rentals in residential area, well secured, fully furnished with parking. Contact Luxury Homes on 696-3049 or 615-7539.

1 - UNFURNISHED 4-bedroom house in Meadow Brook Gardens, 1 master bedroom, maid's quarters, powder room, hot/cold, WiFi and telephone, basement and two parkings. Contact 231-6721, US$1500 per month. QU E E N S T O W N 3 storey concrete building suitable for school. Building size 10,250 sq ft. Price USD $4500. Contact Royal Real E s t a t e 2 2 5 - 7 2 7 6 , 6 65-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

BUSINESS spot for rental: boutique, internet cafĂŠ, restaurant, hardware store, church, office, store, bond space, cell phone shop, DVD shop, etc. Contact 6460668.

HADFIELD STREET - Top flat suitable for office. Price $200,000. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

A PA R T M E N T S : U n f u r nished one-bedroom $50 000 and $55 000, 2-bedroom $60 000 m o n t h l y. Furnished, U S $ 5 0 0 - U S $ 1 0 0 0 m o n t h l y. Contact 231-0845.

ALBERTTOWN 3-bedroom $120 000, Campbellville 2-bedroom furnished US$800, Prashad Nagar entire house US$700, Bel Air furnished house US$1300. Troy 626-2243.

QUEENSTOWN- Bottom flat suitable for storage bond size (1160 sq ft). Price $100,000 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353.

ONE spacious 3-bedroom house with inside toilet and bath, access to electricity, telephone, running water, overhead tank, tiled floor, parking, grille, in a yard by itself at 'E' Field Sophia. Tel. 686-4066.

GUYSUCO Gardens E.C.D - semi furnished 4 bedroom house Price USD $1400 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353.

GARNETT STREET C/ VILLE - Furnished three bedroom house. Price USD $1300. Contact Royal Real Estate 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

ECCLES E.B.D- fully furnished executive houses with modern amenities. Price USD $1800. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353.

2-BEDROOM, one selfcontained, well grilled, bath inside, large yard space, Parker Street, Providence, EBD. Upper flat and l o w e r f l a t . Te l . 6 2 5 - 6 2 2 7 , 216-3290.

ATLANTIC GARDENS- Fully furnished Executive 3 bedroom house. Price USD $1800. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353. SUBRYANVILLE- Unfurnished 3 bedroom house can be used as office or residence. Price USD $1100. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353. HAPPY ACRES- Brand new 3 bedroom furnished executive top flat. Price USD $1400 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353. ECCLES E.B.D - brand new executive 5 bedroom house furnished, semi furnished or unfurnished. Price USD $3500 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353. BOND space, recently constructed bond with house and office space on the same lot. Centrally located in Broad Street, ideal for business or manufacturing. Tel. 623-0425, 609-2876. SHERIFF STREET SECTION K C/VILLE- Semi- furnished 3 bedroom house can be rented as office. Price USD $1850 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665 7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. ENTERPRISE E.C.D- Unfurnished 2 bedroom bottom flat . Price $50,000.Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665 7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. PRASHAD NAGAR - Semi furnished 4 bedroom executive house can be used as an office or residence . Price USD $2200 neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665 7400, 6857887, 643-6353.

UNFURNISHED 2-bedroom very spacious $90 000, furnished 1- 2-, & 3-bedroom, including AC, internet, parking, pool US$500, US$600, US$700. Very exquisite. Contact Alexander Pereira - 6690943 Email Louiepereira14@yahoo.com FURNISHED classrooms available for rental. Rent as you need. One day a week, two days a week. Suitable for day classes, lessons, evening classes, lecturers. Rates from as low as $10 000 monthly, 71 Croal Street, Stabroek.Tel. 624-5741. BARR St, Kitty: Front house, 3-bedroom top flat, 1 self-contained room, tub, hot and cold, 2 washrooms, 2 AC, fans in all rooms (ceiling fully grilled, breezy verandah, house beautifully lacquered, personal driveway for 3 vehicles suitable for foreigners. Call 2253262, 226-4014, 676-6948. KITTY US$600, Paradise (furnished house) $45 000, East Bank $30 000, Eccles $60 000, Bel Air (furnished) $80 000 to US$1600, Kingston (house) US$900, Atlantic Gardens (house) US$900, Lamaha Gardens (semi-furnished house) US$1200, Providence (furnished house) US$1300. Diana 227-2256, 626-9382. UNFURNISHED 3500 sq. ft international four-bedroom two bathrooms, two powder rooms, lounge (780 sq. ft) used as home office, care taker's quarters, two open garages, multiple open parking, 100 ft driveway, commercial complex nearby. US$1500. 667-9367.

FABULOUS Homes Christmas deal for only now until December. Rental D'Urban Street $50 000 new 2-bedroom apartment. Republic Park 3-2 bedrooms each apartment $6 000, Quamina Street furnished $85 000, Quamina Street with kitchenette $10 000, Eccles modern 2bedroom $10 000, Alberttown apartment 3 bedrooms $120 000, Contact Sandy, 697-6134.. COMPANY/GUEST House: Sheriff Street, Bel Air Gardens, secluded and secure residential accommodation, private driveway with open compound parking, private home office 780 sq. ft, four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two semi-bathrooms, one-bedroom caretaker's apartment, located minutes away from department and hardware stores, supermarkets, restaurants, schools and entertainment. Contact 592-667-9367 alacar12@hotmail.com WE have rental from US$800 in Kingston, New Haven, beautiful 2-storey concrete property, 4 self-contained rooms, large den, large living room, family room, television room, beautiful kitchen, fully air conditioned, hot and cold facilities, land space. Price US$2500, unfurnished. Bel Air Springs 2-storey concrete property, master room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen, family room, den, verandah, hot and cold facilities, semi-furnished, sec u r i t y c a m e r a s, land s p a c e US $ 1 5 0 0 . L amaha Gardens 2-storey concrete p r o p e r t y, f u l l y a i r c o n d i tioned 3 bedrooms, unfurnished US$2000, (neg). Prashad Nagar 2-storey concrete property large living area, 4 self-contained rooms hot and cold facilities, generator, unfurnished US$1500 neg. Camp St middle floor suitable for business $175 000. QUEENSTOWN: Beautiful 2-storey concrete property in perfect condition, 4 bedrooms, hot and cold facilities, master room, family room, den, air-conditioned, parking space for vehicle US$2500. Do call u s o n Te l . 2 2 5 - 6858, 225-7164, 688-1885 Call Te r r e n c e 6 6 7 7812. We are situated at 247 'D' Forshaw &Oronoque Sts. Queenstown. ANTHONY Reid BSc h a s more than 20,000 hrs in Real Estate Investment and Economic Transformation of People Economic Growth. We have rental from U S $1500, in Bel Air Park, ambassador's residence in University Gardens Le Resouvenir, Lama Ave with pool, Jacaranda Ave. with large lawns US$2000, Prashad Nagar US$1000, apt. from U S $ 7 0 0 , b o n d 8 0 0 0 sq ft, small and lar ge office space up to 15000 sq foot; state of the art hotel and o f f i c e c o m p l e x w i t h i n come of US$40 000 mo n t h l y ; 2 a c r e s o f l and in the city for hotel, and any complex Main Street 2 ½ acres US$5M, Water Street 4 acres for hotel, hotel on 5 acres of land overlooking the sea US$5M; another overlooki n g t h e s e a US$1.5M, income US$15000; riverside land residential land at LBI - $10M; Republic Park $8M, Diamond $7M, Sec. 'K' $20 M , B e l A i r P a r k $ 2 5 M , G arnett double lot $42M, Phone 225-2626, 2312064, 225-2709, 226-1064, 227-6949, 2276863, 667-7812. 619-7945.

THE World #1 Realtor Mister Terry Redford Reid 667-7812, 2256858, 225-7164, 226-1064, 2252626, 231-2068, 61 9-7945. Have the executive rental reduced by 35%, Prashad Nagar US$1000, Jacaranda Ave. Bel Air Park U S $ 2 0 0 0 , B a r ima Ave Bel Air Park US$1800, Bel Air S p r i n g s US$1000, large bo nd for rental o f f i c e s m a l l form US$375, 10 000 sq ft office space for technologybusiness, Lamaha Gardens US$1500, Lama Ave, Bel Air Park US$180 0 , B e l A i r P a r k o n t h e round abou t US$1000, Prashad Nagar US$1500, land from $11 million, riverside land hotels w i t h U S $ 3 5 0 0 0 month rental a nd office space US$40 000 month propert i e s from $14 million . 22 5 - 2626, 225-5198, 226- 1 0 6 4 , 6 2 3 2 5 9 1 , 6 6 9 - 3350

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NEW home - $30M neg. 611-0315, 690-8625. 2 Storey concrete house in Lusignan $18M. Tel: 675-2385 ONE concrete 2 flat house in Sophia, prime location. Call 629-7745. 2-STOREY house at 319 East Street $19M. Tel. 2257593. PROPERTY FOR SALE. CONTACT 609-0062/6999926. ALBERTTOWN: One large property for sale on Light Street. Tel. 644-0530. ONE flat concrete house at 12th Avenue, Diamond - $9M. Tel. 613-9085, 226-2924. THREE- bedroom house in Better Hope for sale - $16M. Contact 680-3771 or 694-7210. ONE 2 flat wooden and concrete house located in Guyhoc Park - $25M neg. Tel. 264-2154. 61 TUCBER Park, New Amsterdam, 2 storey building. Tel: 654-6540. HAPPY Acres $45M, 2231765, 615-8734.\ 3 BEDROOM 2 storey concrete in Lusignan $18M neg. 675-7385. PROPERTY in Bare Root, ECD. No agents. Reasonable offer. Tel. 612-6417. HOUSE and land at La Jalousie Public Road. Tel. 2690662.


GUYANA CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2013 PROPERTY FOR SALE LIGHT Street front property in good condition with parking $25 million. South five bedrooms house: lots of parking - $30 million. Diana - 227-2256, 6269382. EXECUTIVE property: Turkeyen Gardens, serious inquires only. Tel. 662-9771. ONE property at Schoon Ord New Housing Scheme, WBD, 2storey concrete. Tel. 698-3636. ONE 2-storey concrete house in Grove, fully tiled, 3 bedrooms upstairs. 628-2330. TWO-storey newly built 3rd Street Diamond. Price $42M neg. Contact - 679-4770. 3-BEDROOM flat house, fully grilled, with all amenities located at Herstelling EBD, in a gated community. Serious enquiries only 670-8958. ONE two-storey building, wooden and concrete, Norton Street, five buildings from Camp Street $20M neg. Call 6280972. LARGE concrete building bordered by 3 Main Streets in central Georgetown. Ideal for offices, school, bond, etc., 4 flats 130ft x 35 ft each, land 250ft x 50 ft. 227-0190, 693-5610. 6-BEDROOM (3 upstairs, 3 downstairs) at 90 Meadow Brook Gardens. Tel. 610-2970, 660-6641. NEWLY built house at Parker Street, Providence E.B. Demerara. Tel. 625-6227, 216-3290. 2 FLAT wooden building, 178 Waterloo Street, Georgetown. $50M. Call 627-3994. UNFINISHED house in Kara-Kara, Linden, $15M. Contact 680-3771 or 694-7210. PROPERTY for sale on Sheriff and Enachu streets 72M. Contact: 680-3771 or 6947210. HOUSE for sale in Berbice 18M. Contact 680-3771 or 6947210. PRADO Ville mansion, 5 bedrooms, all self-contained AC, parking etc.:$120M neg. Serious enquiries. Call: 610-8332. EXCLUSIVE 4-bedroom house in Atlantic Ville for sale $56M. Contact 680-3771 or 6947210. NEW three-bedroom house in low lands E.C.D. for sale $18M. Contact 680-3771 or 694-7210. ONE 3-storey building with business and lots of land space for any type of business. Serious enquiries only. Tel. 610-0575.

PROPERTY FOR SALE 2-STOREY 3-bedroom at 272 Vryheid's Lust ECD. Owner leaving. Tel. 656-0952, 694-0952. LA PENITENANCE wooden and concrete 4-bedroom upperflat; 3-family apartments, lower flat, $16.5 million neg. 681-3085, No agents. RANCH house (Region No.9), main house and out house located on 25 acres of land For more information, please call Harry on 592641-5499, 592-680-1669 or Natasha 592-617-5860. VERSAILLES: Fully furnished 5-bedroom house, all rooms selfcontained, modern facilities including generator. Beautiful landscape in gated community. Tel: 592-624-8704, 592684-9203. EXECUTIVE two-storey building, 3 bedrooms with all modern conveniences, Meadow Brook Gardens, Mr. Narine. 6968230. ONE two-storey with business at Lamaha Street, Queenstown. Te l . 2314586, 673-5546, 695-4382 FRIENDSHIP, La Parfaite Harmonie, Crane Village, West Ruimveldt, La Penitence, Kitty, Good Hope. 688-4414, 6153728 . 2-BEDROOM, 2-storey property at Enterprise, ECD. 2 more properties at Non Pareil a n d L i l i e n d a a l , E C D . Te l : 639-6013, 670-9004 Dave. F U L LY f u r n i s h e d 4 bedroom house, super condition, located at Bath, West Coast Berbice. C a l l 6 1 0 - 8 11 8 , 6 7 8 - 3 3 1 4 . HOUSE at Herstelling, 22 x 38, land 100 x 50 - $11.8M, other Golden Grove, near Diamond Fire Station $12M. 6881657. SECURE investment opportunity: Invest in a property on Florida, gateway resort in Florida with 41% return in 2 years. Call 692-9384. QUEENSTOWN: Fully furnished 1- and 3-bedroom apartments, hot and cold, AC, internet, parking, etc. suitable for overseas visitors,, short term. 226-5137, 2271843. PROPERTY at Lot 39 'C' Martin Street, Rose Hall Town, Corentyne, Berbice. Tel. 2190223, 685-4839 after 18:00hrs. $2.5M. Must go. BEST Village, Vreed-enHoop, WCD 2-storey 3-bedroom wooden/concrete house on 43x300 ft, transported land. Move in, ready. Price $11M neg. Call 627-0289.

PROPERTY for sale at 207 Atlantic Gardens. Call for further information. 601-2938, 2256608, 661-7719. BUSINESS places available around Georgetown $20M and up for sale. Tel. 225-8101, 225-8103, 658-3928.

ESSEQUIBO Coast: 27 Henrietta just ½ mile from Anna Regina Car Park. Transported land 50 ft x 140 ft, house 23 ft x 40 ft. Contact 627-3755, 619-2000.

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ECCLES E.B.D - concrete 5 bedroom house .Price $ 60 million. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

GARNETTE STREET C/ VILLE- concrete building on double lot. Price $58 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353

ECCLES: 2-storey concrete 3 bedrooms upstairs, 2 apartments downstairs - 2 bedrooms each. $35M. Contact Pete's Real Estate 223-6218, 226-9951, 227-2487, 226-5546, 623-7805.

SANDY BABB STREET KITTY - 2 storey wooden and concrete Income Property. Price $66 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

NANDY Park beautiful 2storey concrete building, 5 bedrooms with studio apartment, wellkept parking. Contact Pete's Real Estate 223-6218, 226-9951, 2272487, 226-5546, 623-7805

C/VILLE close proximity to Sheriff Street - brand new 3 storey concrete Investment Property. Suitable for business, school, residence etc. Price USD $ 1. 5 million . Contact Royal Real Estate 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

GOED Fortuin Public Road, WBD, land and building, suitable for commercial. Land size 53 x 373. Price $37.5M neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

REPUBLIC Park, quiet area, newly built 2-storey concrete, 3 bedrooms, parking $45M neg, Contact Pete's Real Estate 223-6218, 2269951, 227-2487, 226-5546, 6237805.

BENT STREETFREEBURG 3 bedroom wooden house. Price $12 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665 7400, 6857887, 643-6353.

ENTERPRISE 2-storey concrete, 3 bedrooms upstairs, 1 downstairs $13M, Contact Pete's Real Estate 223-6218, 226-9951, 227-2487, 2265546, 623-7805.

DIAMOND E.B.D- 4 bedroom concrete house . Price $25 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665 7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

OGLE ECD residential area, beautiful 2-storey concrete, semi-furnished, 2-family, 3 bedrooms upstairs, 2 bedrooms downstairs, back patios, and parking. Contact Pete's Real Estate 223-6218, 226-9951, 2272487, 226-5546, 623-7805.

1 - TWO-storey concrete, needs repairs, located at A12 East La Penitence Housing Scheme, Georgetown, just behind the Police Station. Price $22M neg. Tel. 662-6173, 648-4420. SECTION 'K' Campbellville: 2-storey concrete house, upper 4 master rooms with spacious lower flat. AC, parking, etc. $52M neg. Naresh Persaud. 225-9882, 6812499. RIVERSIDE/Creekside, Timehri, EBD, good for wharf mariner. 100 acres Mahaica Creek, Moblissa Soesdyke 25 acres with pens etc Details 644-6551, everything neg. LOCATED at Thomas and Lamaha Streets, Kitty, prime business spot. Tel. 225-7732, 610-3043, 689-7250, 6884771. DIAMOND E.B.D- brand new Executive concrete house, upper flat 4 bedroom and lower flat 2 apartments Price $53 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353. D'URBAN BACKLANDS 3 bedroom flat house on corner lot, repairs needed Price $14 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 6857887, 643-6353. VERSAILLES W.B.D- brand new 5 bedroom executive house with extra house lot. Price $70 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 6857887, 643-6353. McDOOM E.B.D- Conc r e t e 3 b e d r o o m p r o p e r t y. Price $20 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 643-6353. PUBLIC ROAD KITTY: two family concrete property suitable for business Price $45million. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 6657400, 685-7887, 6436353.

SANDY Babb Street, Kitty: 2storey wooden and concrete, income property. Price $66M neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353.

MON REPOS: Land 50x250 or 3 house lots together. Build a bond or share with 2 other families. Small gated community. Call 222-3962 after 14:00hrs any day. G$15M. ROBB STREET - close proximity to Bourda. Investment properties. Price $ 180 million. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 6657400, 685-7887, 6436353. WEST BANK - 20M; Diamond - 6.2M; Alberttown - 35M; Section K Campbellville - 39M; Kitty-30M; Prashad Nagar - 46M; Queenstown - 23M; AA Eccles 60M. Contact Diana on 227-2256, 626-9382.

LAND OF CANAAN- 4 bedroom concrete house just off the public road. Price $17.5 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353. PRASHAD NAGAR- Investment property. 3 bedrooms upper flat and 3 bedroom lower flat. Price reduced to $58 million for quick sale . Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353

ATLANTIC Gardens, residential area, 2-storey concrete, 4 bedrooms, 2 self-contained, fully furnished, hot and cold system, AC $45M, Contact Pete's Real Estate 223-6218, 226-9951, 2272487, 226-5546, 623-7805. BEL Air Gardens, Bel Air Park and Continental Park land and building. Goed Fortuin WBD 2storey building, 3 bedrooms, (land size 65x370) $45M neg, Contact Pete's Real Estate 223-6218, 2269951, 227-2487, 226-5546, 6237805. LAMAHA Gardens: Twostorey concrete and wooden building, three bedrooms for $50M. Contact Pete's Real Estate 223-6218, 226-9951, 2272487, 226-5546, 623-7805.

GREIA: Strathspey ECD: Flat three-bedroom concrete building $6M, Eccles two corner spots, concrete buildings $25M, Canal No. 2 two-storey 4-bedroom concrete building on 9 acres of land $25M, Tel. 225-3737, 2254398, 651-7078.

BUSINESS property in Bent St - $16.5M, Phone Mr. Darindra 615-0069, 226-1064, 618-0000, Mr Pereira 623-2591, 225-2626. 225-5198, 231-2064, 226-1064.

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TWO-storey concrete wooden building in prime business area on Sheriff Street. La Parfaite Harmonie, beautiful and newly built flat concrete house, 3 bedrooms $10M neg, Contact Pete's Real Estate, 223-6218, 226-9951, 227-2487, 226-5546, 623-7805.

HOUSE and Land for Sale Two Storyed Wooden and Concrete House, Sixth Street Alberttown Georgetown. $35 Million Dollars Negotiable. Contact: Mr. George Teekah Tel: 231-6278 Or Dr: Thasana Teekah Tel: 626-0993

DIAMOND E.B.D- Modern 2 family concrete house. Price $35 million. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353.

2-STOREY, William $30M, land sixe 100x50 3350, 623-2591, 226-1064, 2626, 225-5198, 225-3068, 2064, 227-6949, 227-6368, 2709. GOOD Hope $20M, 25M, Better Hope $50M, Bel Air $40M, Alberttown 60M, 4th Street Campbellville $65M. LAND Kitty, Duncan Street $28M, Da Silva $19M & $20M.

REPUBLIC PARK E.B.D 4 bedroom concrete house. Price $34.5 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 2257276, 665 7400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

MON REPOS E.C.D- Modern 4 bedroom concrete property inclusive of 1 master room. Price $36million neg ., Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353.

GREIA: GROVE, E.B.D two-storey concrete building25M; Huston - E.B.D, two properties on land- 30M; Mon-Repostwo-storey concrete building-35M. Tel# 225-3737, 225-4398, 6517078.

CAMPBELLVILLE, Stone Avenue: large concrete building with two self-contained apartments, vacant possession. Tel. 642-0636.

NEED to sell or rent your property? Call Capital Realty 226-9383 for professional service and results.

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BENT Street $5.5M; Linden Highway 28 plus 50 acres of land, road to river, with greenheart and other trees, access to water; no reasonable offer refused. Diana 227-2256, 626-9382.

2 PROPERTIES (SIDE BY SIDE) ECD PUBLIC ROAD 2storey/flat concrete $18M, Lusignan 3-storey/flat South Road. TEL. 226-8148, 6251624.

REPUBLIC Gardens New Housing Scheme Gated community situated in Peter's Hall District, East Bank Demerara.. All infrastructure are in place. Interested persons are asked to make contact at our office: 225-1787 or 672-7189

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GREIA ECCLES: Three bedroom concrete building 28M; Diamond - concrete and wooden two-storey building - 16M; Guyhoc Park - two-storey concrete and wooden building- 11M. Tel # 2253737, 225-4398, 651-7078. LING STREET, CHARLESTOWN - 2 family wooden and concrete house, 3 bedrooms upper and 2 bedrooms lower. Price $13.5 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate 2257276, 665-7400, 685-7887, 6436353. NORTH Road $120M, Thomas St, Georgetown $100M, Nandy Park $40M, Continental Park $40M, Kitty $25M, South Road US$1.2M, Ruimzeight $25M and $15M, Robb St land $120M. Lal's Realty - 2317325, 612-9574. HAPPY Acres, secure area, 2-storey concrete, 2 bedrooms, parking $26M, Contact Pete's Real Estate 223-6218, 2269951, 227-2487, 226-5546, 623-7805.

GREIA: Campbellville two-storey concrete building $50M, Atlantic Ville furnished two-storey building with generator, overlooking Atlantic Ocean $55M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078. OGLE E.C.D 2 family concrete house upper flat 3 bedroom lower flat 2 bedroom price $56 million. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353. EXQUISITE!AAEccles $85M Republic Park $55M, BB Eccles $35M, Diamond unfinished $22M, Queenstown $100M, Lamaha St. $40M, Section 'K' $40M - $75M. Contact 644-9883. ALBER T STREET, ALBERTOWN - 3 storey concrete investment property. Suitable for school, embassy, office complex etc. Price $160 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 6657400, 685-7887, 643-6353. CARMICHEAL STREET 2 storey wooden and concrete back building with 7 ft drive way. Suit able for office/residence. Price $23 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353.

QUEENSTOWN- Investment property on corner. Suitable for business, apartment complex, hotel or dream house etc. Land size 6500 Sq Ft.Price $85 million neg. Contact Royal Real Estate on 225-7276, 665-7400, 6857887, 643-6353. CANE View Avenue, South Ruimveldt Gardens 2-storey wooden, concrete, corner lot. Call or visit Pete's Real Estate. Lot 2 George St, Werk-en-Rust, Georgetown 223-6218, 226-9951, 227-2487, 226-5546, 623-7805. BUSINESS: REGENT STREET, Robb Street, Church Street. RESIDENTIAL NEW HAVEN, Bel Air Springs, Gardens and Park, Lamaha Gardens, Prashad Nagar, Atlantic Gardens, Diamond. TEL. 226-8148, 625-1624. ONE business and residence close to Cummings Street: Concrete and wood in the Southern half of 5th street- 36M; one lot in Plaisance - 8M with driveway. Phone Mr. Darindra: 615-0069. Mr. Pereira: 226-1064, 623-2591. Mr. Ramsahoye: 618-0000/2255198, 225-2626/227-6863, 2253068 2261064 , 231-2064, 2276949. S h e r i f f St r e e t B e l A i r Gardens 3500 sq. ft. secluded ocean front residential accommodation, unfurnished, four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two powder rooms, 780 sq. ft home office or entertainment room, servant/caretaker's apartment, 100 ft. driveway, open compoun d multiple parking.Nearby supermarkets, restaurants, department/general stores, entertainment and service stations. Contact: 592 667-9367 / 667-6579/ alacar12@hotmail.com THESE are ) NOVEMBER bargains: Sec. 'K' $23 million, Meadow Brook $28M, and $35M, Kitty $23, Alberttown concrete massive for hotel $45M, Bel Air Park in great condition $52M, Happy Acres executive $58M, Alb e r t t o w n $ 3 0 M , Sec. 'M' Campbellville $34M now, Phone 225-2626, 225-5198, 227-6863, 227-6449, 225-2709, 231-2064, 226-1064, 667-7812 tonyreidsrealty@hotmail.com. HIBISCUS Place $7M, Patentia $7M, East Ruimveldt $10.5M, Granville Park BV $32M, Section K C/ville $48M, Guysuco Gardens $90M, Kitty US$1.5M, Subryanville US$2.2M, Grove $5.5M, $7.5M, $12M, Diamond $8.5M, $18M, $23M, Anandale $9M, Eccles $30M. Call: Rosanna 671-5008, 619-8000. E m a i l : rosannarealty_gt@yaho o . c o m , BBM 236A219D PRIME Real Estate: 2-storey building, excellent condition, Pitt Street New Amsterdam, Berbice, 7000 sq. ft, for sale or rent. Double lot 70x108 New Amsterdam, Berbice $20M neg, Clothing boutique for sale on Church and Camp. Contact 3333803, 698-2499. OGLE, ECD: Two properties one for $32M, and $52M good condition, no repairs. Call Pete's Real Estate, Lot 2 George St., 227-2487, 226-5546. Nandy Park excellent 2-storey concrete building one family with four bedrooms situated at a corner for $72M. Call Pete's Real Estate. 227-2487, 226-5546. EXECUTIVE 2 storey concrete building with modern conveniences (furnished/unfurnished), Safe location opposite Central Police Station (Coburg Street, New Amsterdam), 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, Office space completed on 1st floor with private entrance, Large landscaped lot (71x120). Contact Lana Sattaur at 333-2377 or lanasattaur@hotmail.com


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THREE-storey building centrally located downtown in Thomas Street, South Cummingsburg, Georgetown. Recently renovated, fully airconditioned, ideal for offices, with spacious boardroom, or any other business. Immedia t e p o s s e s s i o n . Te l . 6 0 9 2876, 623-0425.

NEW modern Pike North Ruimveldt ranch with master room $17M, Meadow Brook Gardens $35M, Tucville concrete new $27M, Providence $25M, new ranch $13M, Bel Air Park $45M, Prashad Nagar $37M, Duncan St. $23M, Sec. 'M' Campbellville requires repairs $14M, D'Urban St. $15M, Bent St. business residence. Phone Lord Johnny Ramsohoye 2252709, 618-0000, 227-6949, 225-2626, 226-1064, 2 2 7 - 6 9 4 9 , 2 2 5 5198.

LAND OF CANAAN: 1 spacious modern 3-bedroom concrete house, 3 master rooms, guest room, AC, generator, separate caretaker's apartment plus 2-bedroom flat concrete house, fully fenced in concrete, lots of fruit trees on 3 acres of land. Ideally built for a Hindu family. Price US$550 000 neg. Naresh Persaud. 225-9882, 681-2499. KITTY $30M, Queenstown $26M, Section 'K' $40M, Prashad Nagar $39M, Robb Street (2 buildings) $125M, Princes Street $62M, Land (Highway 41 acres) $20M. Diana 227-2256, 626-9382. TWO-storey building located at prime location Alberttown, Georgetown furnished with all modern amenities including master bedroom with AC< spacious kitchen, sitting and dining quarters, bar area, large parking area can accommodate 4 cars, secure environment apartment suitable for large family/business use 645-8400. PUBLIC Road, West Bank business property 200'x30' (6000 sq ft) including stocks valued over $18M. Ideal for supermarket, hardware store, private school or any other lucrative business G$48M (US$240 000) neg. Serious enquiries only (No agents, please) Call Max on 6728569, 609-8132. ONE-storey wooden building in good condition Success on Embankment Road for $24M, concrete building needs improvement work on Railway Embankment road on 22 000 sq. feet of land $48M Kitty, Station Street, property with existing business, 2-storey concrete, 2-family, 3 bedrooms upstairs, 2 bedrooms downstairs, yard space $55M, Contact Pete's Real Estate 223-6218, 2269951, 227-2487, 226-5546, 623-7805. MAIN Street 3-storey building with land 40 x 240 US$900 000, Lombard Street land 90x70 $80M, South Ruimveldt Gardens 3-bedroom house $25M, Coldingen 3-bedroom house $14M, Paradise main road 3-bedroom $14M, East Ruimveldt 5-bedroom $14M. Tel. 626-2243. EARLY November deals: Alberttown front spot with 5 bedrooms only 38M neg.; Caneview land 5M; Caneview house 27M, Greenheart Street, 25M; Coldigen 7M; Parfaite Harmony 8M (new); Coldigen 14M (new); Paradise 13M (Main Road); Mc Doom 20M; and many, many more. Call your fabulous home representative, Charlyn at 6659087. FABULOUS Homes Int'l: Paradise Public Road $13M neg, Sophia $13M, South Ruimveldt $25M neg, Alberttown $38M, Diamond $12M, $13M and $15M, Land Nismes $3.5M, La Grange $3.5M, gated community Republic Garden $14M neg, etc., Contact Theresa 648-6033. SOUTH Ruimveldt Gardens 6-bedroom two-family house $24m neg, East 2 family house with large yard space $15M neg, De Kinderen WECD concrete flat house $7M neg, Meadow Brook 6-bedroom $30M neg, Alberttown 2-family house $40M neg, East Coast from $13M and Diamond from $12M, Raul 655-8361, 6996811 Fabulous Homes Realty.

BENT Street property, 9M; FESTIVAL City, 12 M ; TUCVILLE, 10M; 5TH St. Alberttown top and bottom excellent 36M; PRASHAD Nagar, 32M; LANCE, Nandy Park 32M; DOWDING Street, 20M with driveway; DOWDING Street, front top and bottom building. EXCELLENT Eccles AA land size 100x50, 15M; CONTINENTAL Park land 102x53, plus reserve land 100x30, 20M reduced to 19M. LBI land, 14M; REPUBLIC Park land. Phone Mr. Alex Pereira. Mr. Darindra - 615-0069, Mr. Ramsehoy - 618-0000, Lady Hercules- 661-1952, 225-2626/ 227-6863, 225-3068, 667-7812/ 226-1040. ONE NEWLY built two flat conc r e t e b u i l d i n g a t D i a mond New Scheme. The upstairs consists of two selfcontained bedrooms with built-in closets, a spacious k i t c hen, dining and living rooms along with a large verandah at the back. The lower flat has a twobedroom apartment and a large area that could be used as a bond or for any business. The yard has a concrete fen c e w i t h s p i k e s and razor wire above it. There is also a laundry and a generator room down stairs along with a fully tiled c a r p o r t . A complete water supply is available including six tanks and p u m p . A s k ing price: $42M. Interested persons can contact owner at 693 2531. EXCELLENT b a r g a i n s N o rton St r eet - $14 M , Bent Street business and residence $16M, executive Prashad Nagar mansion double lot - $85M, 8 apt. apartment complex was - $120M, now $85M, Sec. 'K' Campbellville - $23M, Alberttown concrete 5 bedrooms - $46M, other for - $19M, and $30M, South Ruimveldt Gardens - $19M, Festival City - $14M Charlotte Street business and residenc e by Bourda Market - $26M, Cummings Street - $34M, Meadow Brook - $28M, D'Urban Street for double lot for 5-storey - $25M, Phone Lord Alysious Pereira - 623-2591, 227-6949, 2252709, 231-2064, 227-6863, 226-1064, 227-6863 , 2 2 5 - 5 1 9 8 , 667 7 8 1 2 tonyreidsrealty@hotmail.com WAT E R S I D E PA R K Bush Lot Village, West Coast B e r b i c e . Va c a n t l o ts f r o m $2.6M - $+5M and lots with newly completed houses from $6.8M. 2-, 3- and 4bedroom homes close to race track, seashore, schools, supermarket, churches, gas station, shops etc. NO DOWN PAYMENT: monthly, q u a r t e r l y o r h a l f -yearly i n s t a l m e n ts . R o a d s , w a t e r, e l e c t r i c i t y, p h o n e . R e g e n c y Homes 232-0107, 610-0956. HARRY & SON REAL ESTATE LOT 185 CHARLOTTE & KING STREETS, MARAJ BUILDING TEL. 227-0265, 2271881, 629-5178. Non Pareil, McDoom, Republic Park, Norton Street, Carmichael Street, North Ruimveldt, Bel Air Park, Thomas Street business spot, Robb Street business spot, D'Urban Street business spot, South Ruimveldt, Continental Park, Craig $13M. LAND: Annandale Market Road business spor, Friendship land size 115x450 (Wharf side) $65M, Meadow Brook Gardens $8.5M.

PROPERTY FOR SALE CALL us at Raphael's Realty, 204 Charlotte St. Bourda Tel. 225-8241, 227-4950 after hrs 226-7829 fax 2271537. Timehri hotel $60M, executive Ogle $100M, $115M, $170M, Diamond $21.5M, $26M, Queenstown $65M, $75M, $120M, Kitty $60M, LBI $43M, Versailles $25M, Westminster WBD $24M, Republic Park $40M, Nandy Park $40M, South Road. 3storey building. $220M, B r i c k dam $180M, Hop e E C D $25M, Lamaha Gardens $125M, $200M, Meadow Brook Gardens $50M, Louisa Row $44M, Lamaha St Alberttown $85M, Subryanville $500M. LAND for sale La Grange $3M, Smyth St. $60M, Bel Air (ECD) $42M.

PROPERTY for sale by bid. Contact Pete's Real Estate Lot 2 George Street, Werk-en-Rust Georgetown 223-6218, 2269951, 227-5546, 623-7805 Lot 65 3½ Mile, Housing Scheme, Bartica, 1 flat concrete building, 3 bedrooms. Lot 110E Elizabeth Hall, Enterprise, ECD 2-storey concrete, 3 bedrooms. Lot 76 3½ Mile Housing Scheme, Bartica, 1 flat concrete building, Lot 214 La Parfaite Harmonie, WBD, 2-store concrete needs internal repairs. Lot 577 Section 'C' Sophia, 1 flat concrete structure. Lot 101 Blankenburg, WCD, 2storey concrete, 3 bedrooms. Lot 43 Sans Souci, Wakenaam, 2-storey wooden building. CORRETTA Sam's Real Estate and Property Management has the best holiday deals on properties. Campbellville $45M, $26M, Continental Park $65M neg, (land) Happy Acres $16M neg (land) $27M and $70M (double lots), Atlantic Gardens $45M fully furnished Queenstown $20M, North Rd. (land) $30M, Robb St $65M, Lombard St $80M (land), ideal for business Sandy Babb St $65M, South Ruimveldt $22M neg, Rentals Brickdam (office space) US$1100 - US$1200 monthly, Sandy Babb St US$800 - US$1000 monthly (fully furnished) William St two and three-bedroom apartments (AC) fully furnished US$600US$700 monthly. Tel 697-7842, 671-6653, 231-7052. CAPITAL REALTY PROPERTIES Ogle $62M, Providence $42M, Grove $25M, $10M, $13M, Agricola $13M, Alberttown $40M, Atlantic Gardens $52M, $58M, Albert Street - $49M, Camp Street $55M, William Street $30M, Chateau Margot $36M, Vreed-en-Hoop $14M, Tuschen $30M, Happy Acres $49M, Lusignan $20M, Earl's Court $48M, East Street $21M, Paradise ECD $8M, Meadow Brook Garden $48M, D'Urban Street $9M, $15M, $40M, Charlestown corner huge reduced $38M, Better Hope $28M, Diamond $10M, $50M. Many more listings. Azeem 2269383, 642-3722, 698-8710. 25% DISCOUNT on all properties for this summer only. UG Gardens $140M, Republic Park $30M, Nandy Park 4 apartments $32M, Middle Road La Penitence land s i z e 1 4 0 x 6 0 $17M, second Street Alberttown business and residence $45M, 5th St. Alberttown massive concrete $48M, Eccles $14M, Kitty Sandy Babb St. two properties on double lot $38M, Lamaha St Queenstown apartment complex $58M. Phone Vi c e P r e s i d e n t M r. A l a n n a Debidayal 231-2064, 697-9377, 225-3068, 2 2 7 - 6 8 6 3 , 2 2 6 1064, 227-6949, 225-2626. FABULOUS Homes International Realty: Coldingen $14M neg, Ras v i l l e $ 1 4 M n e g , Enmore $8M neg, Campbellville $15M neg, Diamond 2 for 1 deal $15M neg, Cove and John 2 homes 5 bedrooms $12M, 4-bedroom $10M, McDoom Solid concrete $20M, North Ruimveldt 7-bedroom fixer upper, Nismes $6.5M, La Parfaite Harmonie $8.5M, 6-bedroom apartment (4 2-br, 2 1-br) only $21M neg), corner lot 89x80 Albouystown. Ready to go now! And many more, call Ahaziah 613-3018

PROPERTY FOR SALE R&N Marketing and Realty. KITTY- $17M, $30M, Good Hope $15.5M, Garnett S t $ 3 1 M , Montrose $18M, Mon Repos Block CC $23M, $10.5M & $9M, Ganges St. P/Nagar - 5 Bedroom $58M, Granville Park $31M, Lusignan business property $13M, Durban St $21M, Ogle A/Strip Road $55M, Better Hope Pub Rd $37M, Cummings St $37M, New Market St $55M, East St $60M, Happy Acres $30M, North Road $70M, Bel/A/Park $60M, P/Nagar $28M, L/Gardens $75M,Regent St. $1.2MUS. Diamond - 2nd Ave, 5 Bedroom $38M. Tel. 2194399, 610-8332. R&N Marketing and Realty. C/VIL L E $ 3 5 M , L B I E m b a n k ment $24M, Good Hope P/Rd (land - 280x140) $ 90M , Sherrif & Enachu Sts. $75M, Vlissengen Rd. (land) $75M, $110M, $140M, Sherrif St, $5 0 M , South Ruimveldt $16M, Diamond $12M, $20M,East R/veldt $10.5M, Eccles $30M, $38M, A/ town $36M,Triumph $14M, Agriculture Road, Triumph $20M, Sherriff St. $150M, Subryanville $58M, Brickdam $100M, Ogle brand new 2-storey, 5 bedroom h o u s e $80M, Lamaha St, Queenstown, 3-storey, corner proprty $85M. Tel . 2 1 9 - 4 3 9 9 , 610-8332 R&N Marketing and Realty. Good Hope PUBLIC Road East Coast (land - 675 x 92) $150M, Agriculture Rd, Triumph (land 600 x 45 ft) $ 1 4 M , C h i m n e y Road, Chateau Margot - (4 bedroom self cont) $31M, Diamond 2nd Ave- 5 Bedroom $40M, Queenstown (back lot - 80x60) $37M, Oleander G d n s $ 4 0 M , Alberttown,6th St, $52M, L / G a r d e n s $ 5 5 M , A t lantic Gardens $ 30M , Duncan St $ 30M , Alexander St $ 50M , R o b b St $60M,Barr St $65M , E a r l ' s C o u r t $ 3 5 M , Meadow Brook Gardens $ 50M , Queenstown $70M, South Road $ 8 5 M . R e p u b l i c G d n s -Land (100x100) $24M. Tel. 219-4399, 6108332. NOVEMB E R Bargains in Guyana: Full concrete D'Urban Street business $19M, business and residence Bent Street 16M, Gordon Street business & resid e n c e $ 2 3M. Waterloo Street business and residence (new) $35M. South Road Land $36M, Charlotte Street 2 buildings 2 houses by Light $32M. Land 140 x 60 by Russian E m b a s s y $30M. Land at Turkeyen 1 4 0 x 6 0 $ 32M. L0 Ressovenure Land 126x60 $20M. Campbellville flat house needs repairs $13M. Section K $19M needs repa i r s , 3 - s t o r e y Q u a m i n a Street for hotel US $ 5 9 9 0 0 0 , B e l A i r P a rk $49M Lamaha Gardens valued $85M now $ 7 0 M . R e ntal o f a p a r t m e n t s f r o m US$7 0 0 , R e s i dence US$1 2 00 upwards. Phone Lord P a t r ick Pereira 227-6863, 2252709, 227-6949, 226-1064, 6693350. 7 days a we e k tony r e i d s r e a l t y @ h o t m a i l . c om 25% D I S C O U N T o n a l l properties for this summer only. Sale! Sale! Sale! Business property immediately: East of Orange Walk in Charlotte Stree t $ 2 8 M , 3 storey business property in Croal Street requires repairs $32M, Bent Street almost new 2-storey business property $!6M, South Ruimveldt Gardens residence $16M, Ogle fully concrete new $49M, Tucville new $26M, Prashad Nagar executive $55M, Bel Air Park $55M, Kitty business or residence requires repairs, on 8 000 sq. ft - $19M, Forshaw old house $21M, 3-storey business close to Main Street $55M, Meadow Brook $45M, fully co n c r e t e D'Urban Backlands $30M, New Section 'K' $42M, Lamaha Gardens executive $68M, one ranchstyle Section 'M' 3-bedroom suites for elderly $50M, fully concrete with excellent interior work, Bel Air Gardens $130M.Mr. Alanna Debidayal 2312064, 697-9377, 225-3068, 2276863, 226-1064, 227-6949,

PROPERTY FOR SALE NEW concrete Section 'K' $44M, 7-apartment William St. concrete building reduced from $60M to $50M, Kitty house requires. repair on 8 000 sq. ft $19M, Mi d d l e R o a d L a P e n i t e n c e $ 16.5M, a l m o s t Regent and Oronoque St. $36M, Charlotte Street East of Orange Walk $28M, South Ruimv e l d t Gardens $66M, Meadow Brook concrete $45M, e x e c u t i v e R e p u b l i c P a r k $ 4 8 M , L a maha Gardens 3 self-contained $70M, Prashad Nagar 6-bedroom $58M, business 3-storey Quamina Street $85M, Bel Air Gardens on double lot $140M, Subryanville $58M, Alberttown concrete business $40M, New Haven 4 self-contained $80M, 3be d r o o m n e w c o n c r e t e O g l e $48M, Bel Air Park $52M, Croal St. 3-storey require repairs $30M, 4 lots in AA Eccles with incompl e t e c a t h e d r a l - s t y l e s t ructure requires $20M to complete, plus reserve and p l a c e f o r l a k e $ 9 0 M n e g . , M r. D a r e n d r a 615-0069, Vice Presiednt Alysious Pereira 623-2591, Vice P r e s i d e n t J h o n n y Ramsahoye 225-2709, Vice President Darindra 615-0069, 225-2626, 225-3068, 227-6863, 226-1064, 667-7812, facebook Tony Reid Realty 7 days a week 24 hours a day all holidays and all prices are negotiable. QUEENSTOWN: 3-storey concre t e building, Price $ 1 00 M . South Ruimveldt Gardens property in good condition. Price $18M. Lamaha Gardens beautiful 2-storey concrete property 3 self-contained, 1 master, library, television room, living room, upstairs back verandah, downstairs den, fully marble stone tile, family room patio, garage parking space, for 3 cars, needs cosmetics, land space Price $90M,Ogle beautiful property $90M,Mon Repos $36M neg, Regent St. $120M beautiful home excellent condition in Eccles $55M neg, Queenstown property $100M. Do call us at Joy Reid's Realty. We are located at 247(D) Forshaw and Oronoque Streets, Queenstown. Tel. 225-6858, 225-7164, 667-7812, email: joyreid.realty7@yahoo.com

AGRI. EQUIP. MISC. FIAT 180-90 4x4 tractor, Ford 7740 4WD tractors, 416 Caterpillar 4x4 L/backhoe, Cherry picker list 45ft, 1- 400 Amps diesel welder Perkins engine on trailer. Tel 6662518, 671-1809, 639-2789.

FOR SALE FOR SALE GENERATORS 6 500 watts. 688-4414, 615-3728. WHOLESALE plucked chicken. Call 676-0931. ONE Pajero JR roof rack. Tel. 233-2182. BAKING pans and sheet, baking table. Call 695-7484. ONE 14" River dredge in perfect condition. Tel # 669-8985. COMPLETE internet café for sale - 621-5282. LIVE & plucked chicken. Tel: 650-4421, 220-9203. GLASS (mall glasses, hospital glasses etc) Tel: 670-6403. ONE car seat, great condition. Tel. 667-9737. ONE new radiator for Honda CRV RD5. Tel 674-7494. PURE-bred Rottweiler p u p s . Te l . . 6 5 0 - 8 4 9 6 . 2 USED car lifts. Tel. 623-1397, 233-2414, 08:00hrs - 16:00hrs. 21" TV and DVD player $30,000. Tel # 646 -2678 WALKING freezers for sale. Sizes from 8x8 to 10x15. Contact # 223-7975, 666-2276. ROTTWEILER pups and mastiff mixed with Labrador. Tel. 625-0345.

PROPERTY FOR SALE 1 GRASS cutter, one lawn mower, one generator, one battery backup APC. Tel. 657-3274. 1 - XEROX multi-function photocopy machine. Price $500 000 neg, Tel. 227-5816. RECONDITIONED (factory) MF 590 tractors, 4WD, new tyres. Knock-down prices. 689-5858. 2 ICE Machines, 1 smoothie machine, small fridge. Tel. 2310655, 683-8734. ONE ideal sawmill complex with all equipment. Good location, with large land space. Tel 684-5868 BLACKBERRY cell phone, 9650 model, Blackberry Bold excellent condition (like new) - $12,000. 624-6464, 675-3062. Keith. PLAY Station 2 games at $1000 each, Softmod for PS2 as well. Contact 684-3025. SATELLITE DISHES, RECEIVERS, TVs. TEL: 6573711. OUTBOARD engine between 5 and 50Hp. Tel. 621-3399, 622-0173. FOR sale: Pure bred German Shepherd pups; One female Rottweiler, 4 months old. Tel # 2202277, 626-0910. CHEAP earth delivery to spot ECD and EBD. Phone 627-9977, 698-0182. 52 FT drift seine boat (cruiser) $1.4M neg. Tel. 216-3213, 6428200, 670-1345, 690-1643. ONE CAT 317 excavator. Price neg. Contact 661-3671, 602-0036, 687-0077. 1 - SUN deck luxury boat, 25 ft by 8 ft, washroom, leather seats, trailer. Tel. 618-2064. Giveaway price. SALE - SALE: HOUSEHOLD items: curtains , pool's table- bar stool, etc. Tel. # 6690366 START SELLING DRINKING WATER with a. turnkey system,supplied and installed in a short time. Tel. 623-7212. BRAND Bosh 2 shacks, grille for new model AT170 Carina, 1 MWM fuel pump, Pes 4A 80D 320 RS Ind. Brasileira. 689-8924. DIGITAL Sony Camera with charger; portable printer with charger, price $60, 000 neg. Call 609-8550, 694-1778. PURE bred Doberman pups, 9 weeks, fully vaccinated and dewormed. Tel. 609-2815, 6964659. NEW 18 cubic Kenmore fridge, panel curtains, office chairs, cotton sheet sets, LG front loading washing machine. 223-8213, 225-8000. ONE music set with three power amps with a total of 5 500 watts, etc. For more information, please call 682-3481. Price neg. DEAL! DEAL! Salon equipment - chairs, hairdryers, mirrors, curling irons, etc. Call 655-0056. No reasonable offer refused. LARGE double-door fridge, very good condition $55 000, one computer desk $5 000, one DSL modem $5 000. 692-3368, 692-3369. CLEAN garden earth and builders waste also bobcat rental, excavating, clearing and levelling done. Phone 616-0617, 663-3285. MIXED bred pups, German Shepherd and Rottweiler, already vaccinated, dewormed. 6148608. GOING CHEAP, BF Goodrich 33 x 10.50 x 15 Mud Terrain tyres, 95% thread, in excellent condition. . Tel. 223-8780, 669-3741. MERCURY/Quicksilver from USA. Very high purity, available retail $17 000 per lb and wholesale neg. (grey flasks). Contact Ms. Sabrina 692-6183. 1-PAIR large Nibby and Cane table lamp antique with shade,110v - $15,000. Tel:6758008. Owner leaving country.


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GUYANA CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2013 PROPERTY FOR SALE ONE 75HP Yamaha Enduro Outboard Engine, Eight Months old. Owner leaving country. Price Negotiable. Contact 609-3686. or 619-1117. K-GUARD 4-channel complete security systems, including DVR and all necessary wiring with or without installation. Contact 658-4009. MILLER Big Blue Welding machines 402, driven by Deutz diesel, complete with welders lead. Tel. 654-4676. FIBRE glass speed boat with a 90 Yamaha, two used water pumps 4", 4 - 4x4 complete wheels. Tel. 691-1543, 601-8057. STARR Computer System 2.8 Ghz, 2 MG Ram, flat screen, mouse, keyboard $47 000 neg, Hp desk jet $7 000.DSL modem $6 000, computer desk $7 500 neg. Phone 692-3369. 1-WHITE television stand with wheels to hold large tv, dvd, music set etc - $25000. Tel:6165340. 1 -TOASTER oven with glass door 110v- $5000; 1- Coffee Perculator 110v with glass mug - $5000. Tel:616-5340. B AY L I N E R s p e e d b o a t with engine trailer; Sea Doo 600cc jet ski with trailer; Ya m a h a 2 5 H p e n g i n e . 6 8 8 7224, 676-0614. 20 MINING Claims located at Ianna, North West; 1 six inch dredge; 1 2011 model excavator. Serious enquires only. Contact 625-1796. 10 KVA generators, diesel, welder, Yanmar, quiet; Lincoln gas welder drill press, jack hammer, Rudra Ramroop Furniture Store. 612-8879, 678-2918.

PROPERTY FOR SALE 42" LED Super Slim TV, brand new, imported food warmers with nine pans, custom chrome wheels - 305 x 40 x 22, fits all 4x4, brand name colognes, Oakley Polarised sunglasses, steel grills. 642-3722, 223-1885. ALL hard-to-get vehicle parts including windscreen, computer box, doors, lights, engines, front half, back half, mirrors, etc for Toyota, Nissan, BMW, Mercedes, Mitsubishi, Honda Isuzu, Fuzo, etc. at unbeatable prices. Contact Tel. 645-7800, 001-597-866-6358. LINCOLN portable welder 4 2-cylinder Lister engines, 3 generators 75 KVA, 30 KVA on trailer and 20 KVA Onan, 1 - 450 Amps welder (Miller), 1 - 250 Amps Welder (Miller), 1 - 30 gal. compressor, 1 - 4x4 Caterpillar backhoe, 1 - 8" floor sander, 1 - floor sander edger. Call 227-0195, 225-7732, 688-4771. IDEAL FOR OFFICE: 2 large stainless steel book display stand - round (UK made) ideal for office or doctor's waiting room or sale of books - $35,000 each. 1- paper cutter - Guilletene hand type 18x30 USA made - $15000; 1- set of office wall divider (UK made), to set up about 2 to 3 offices with glass door - $40,000. 2 folding metal and plastic chairs for office or patio - $3000 each. Call 675-8008. Owners leaving country. 1- 12 INCH DISC edge sander machine - 110-240v for furniture maker, door edge or any wood work edge (UK made) - $55,000; 1- electric mac tool brand parts washer - 110v with 25 gallon drum that holds fluid at the bottom and square metal bin at the top with cover to wash parts. $55,000. Tel:621-4928.

HERMETIC compressors, used air condition compressors one 24 000 BTU (Carrier) and two 12 000 BTU (Fairline) all in good working condition. $60 000.Tel. 6679367.

FOR SALE 1- LARGE XEROX work centre pro 423/428 photocopy machine with scanning kit, all cds and manuals available with machine; hardly used excellent condition - 110v-240v $400,000 negotiable. 1 large wooden writing desk, 5 drawers, needs minor work - $15000; 4 printers HP Laser Jet 4200N-4300 series $35,000; 2420 - $30,000, HP Laser jet - $30,000 ans Lexmark 253-$7000, all 110v and in good condition. Owner leaving. Tel:616-5340. Owner leaving country. BRAND NEW Catridges in box sealed for photocopy machine and hp printers. 2 -Xerox Ink Catridges 113 R 634 - $40,000. 2 -Xerox Ink Catridges 113 R 321 - $40,000. 8 HP Laser Jet Ink Catridges 98x92298X - $15000 each. 3 HP Laser Jet Ink Catridges 13x- $6000 each. 3 HP Laser Jet Ink Catridges 13A - $8000 each. 4 HP Laser Jet coloured catridges 4193A $5000 each. 3 Canon catridges NPG 11 toner $5000 each. All prices are negotiable. Tel:675-8008 OFFICE EQUIPMENT: 1paper shredder 110v, fully automatic with bin -$20,000 (complete). 1 Whirlpool dehumifier on wheels 110v, - $20,000, for office, home or patio; new large APC smart uninteruptable power supply 120vac along with all fittings and new laptop with manuals and CD instructions. $120,000. Call 675-8008. Owner leaving country. NEW ARRIVAL! COMPRESSORS (26 gal, 20 gal, 33 gal, 30 gal & 60 gal. Pressure washer (4200 psi, 3000 psi and 3800 psi DeWalt. Rough neck garbage bins 45 gal & 32 gal. Generators, Stanley 8000 watts. All power portable 10 000 watts, Briggs and Stratton storm 5500 watts. Contact Donna on 6091179, 611-0402. 1- NEW blue large Fibre Glass bath tub (US made) - $45000; 2 hot and cold water sinck with fittings (UK made) - $10,000 each. 1 Relistic CB base station radio set - 12 volts - $12000. Onwer migrating. Tel: 675-8008. Owner leaving country.

PERKINS engines from England, 4- and 6-cylinders. Also Recon engine on bed. We stock all models of Lister Petter spares. Call 624-3187 1- THREE SEATER and one two seater setty - arm covered, new - $75,000; 1- stainless steel Kettle with whistle and handle, new - $3000; 1- stainless steel kettle 110v - $4000. Tel:614-9432.Owners migrating.

TOYOTA M a r i n o , A C , CD, mags, alarm, good condition. Contact Ganesh 6 2 6 - 5 8 11 .

ONE Toyota Fielder, PPP series, one 2009 F150 Ford unregistered. Both in excellent condition. Contact 666-6680, 617-1777.

THREE-bedroom property for sale in Enterprise Gardens; $14M neg. Contact 680-3771, 694-7210.

ONE Toyota Starlet EP82, 15" mag rims, CD deck, AC, alarm, fully powered. Price neg. Tel. 6185509.

1 - LANCER motor car $1M neg., PJJ series, g o o d c o n d i t i o n , Contact 614-5940.

UNREGISTERED vehicle: 2004 Raum, Fielder, Spacio and Runx. Call 609-8989, 616-5595.

AE 100 Corolla alarm, AC, mags and crystal lights, with HID $800 000, AT 170 EFI fully powdered with mags and CD - $580 000. 619-1047.

PREMIO, 2003 - $2.6M, Spacio 2003 - $2.45M, 1 Pit bull bus $3.4M, .Dhan Auto Sale.Tel. 616-6575.

AT 192 Carina, price $650 000 in good working condition. Tel. 270-5113, 647-5790.

ONE Toyota AT150 Corona in good condition. Price $500 000 neg. Tel. 621-2843, 216-0539.

1 - 2012 HONDA RR 600 motorcycle, like brand new. Contact 682-0384.

AE 100 Wagon, chrome rims, excellent condition. $1M. Tel. 676-9304.

1 - NISSAN Laurel car. Tel. 610-0848, 218-1382. LEYLAND Daf truck with hyab. Tel.. 626-5706. TOYOTA RZ, PHH 4332. Tel 220-4389. DIESEL Toyota Hilux 5L, AC, music, $2.5M neg. 6577784.

JUST arrived pit bull bus, full 15 seater, excellent condition and price. Tel 614-5142, 622-1610.

TOYOTA Hiace minibus, 2RZ engine. Asking $2.2M neg. Call Marvin 612-3111, 689-5000.

1 -LANCER Cedia motor car, PKK series, excellent condition, $1.1M negotiable. Contact 613-1830.

2400CC Toyota Camry, Silver gray, $2.5M neg. Tel. 6404243, 691-0419 serious enquires only.

IRZ MINIBUS 15 seats, excellent condition, hardly used. Must be seen. 678-5311 - $1.9M cash.

ONE Honda 450 ATV, 4x4, price $800 000; one 2006 Toyota Towning manual $3.3M. Tel. 622-0445, 685- 7659. 290 MF tractor, foreignused, in excellent condition. Price neg. Contact 670-9393. TOYOTA Ceres in good condition: $700,000, neg. Tel 6987632.

1 - NEW model 212, PNN series, AC, CD, $1.3M n e g . Te l . 2 3 3 - 6 3 3 7 , 6 6 2 6024.

SCREW on antenna Japanese made for all type of vehicles such as: Allion, Premio, Raum, Spacio, Rav 4, Wagon etc; also all type of mirrors for 192, 212, Honda, and many others. $8000 per pair. Tel: 616-5340. Owners leaving. 1-TRIPPLE light 140 watts power inverter - DC-12 volts to 110 volts with fuse - $20,000; 1- two half pool or Billlards Cue in case $5000, 1- Detecto scale - large for measuring height and weight of patients; good for doctor's clinic or any medical organisation - $55,000. (UK made). Call 675-8008. Owner leaving country.

VEHICLES FOR SALE VEHICLES FOR SALE

110 COROLLA, Vitz 6797139. TOYOTA Corolla, AE 110. Contact 226-1308, 647-1481.

H O N DA AT V 5 0 0 4 x 4 d o u b l e s h o c k s , n e w. A s k ing $2.6M. Call 6245000.

TOYOTA Raum (silver), in excellent condition 16" chromes, leather interior, AC. Tel. 629-7777.

TOYOTA Corolla AE 91 a n d To y o t a C o r o l l a A E 8 1 . A l l i n g o o d c o n d i t i o n . Te l . 683-8013.

OFFICE EQUIPMENT: 10 large Fujitsu Siemens flat screen computer monitors - 60HZ - 110v $16000 each. 7 surge protector and battery back ups: ES 750120V, 60 HZ-12A-UPS out put 120v,60HZ, 420w, 50VA, 6.25A $15000 each. 3 surge protector and battery back p 7, 2 & 5 - 120v, 2 automatci voltage regulator stabili - AR-2000w - $15000 each and AR 3000 - $20,000with break witch.A quantity of new power cord, and other new computer cords, manuals, CD, spares etc, all for $60,000 (give away). Owner leaving. Tel:675-8008.

1 - TOYOTA Picnic, PLL series, excellent condition. Price neg. Tel. 644-8084, 6233738.

MASSEY Ferguson: 6140 4x4 turbo. Call 688-6247, 6913851.

HONDA pressure washer and vacuum cleaners. Tel. 6210427, 222-4081.

1- ANTIQUE half round table and stool for doing nails etc,- $20,000; 1- milk shake stainless steel machine 110v - 3 speed, 3 pint cup stainless steel, good for home or business, $20,000.(Hamilton Beach made). Call:614-9432.

ONE Toyota new model, 212 Carina mag rims, music, AC, alarm, HID lights, fully loaded. Tel: 626-2503.

A E 11 0 D V D , a l a r m , $820 000. F4I CBR $1.1M. 660-7178

HONDA ATV 500 4x4 double shacks. Call 688-6274, 691-3851.

TOYOTA Alteeza, PNN, HID, LED, body kit, alarm. 6220108.

O N E YA M A H A 8 5 2 STROKE OUTBOARD ENGINE AND ONE CATERPILLAR. Fully marine with 220 HP. Tel: 260-2973/610-0756.

MERCEDES Jeep ML 320, in outstanding condition, drives superbly, CD/TV. Lots of extras 623-4815.

SUZUKI Vitara Jeep, fully powered in immaculate condition.Asking price $3.5M neg. Tel: 694-6024.

ONE automatic Toyota Land Cruiser Prado 1998 model. Asking $4M neg. Tel. 664-2246.

1 TOYOTA Spacio fully loaded. Price $1.875M neg. Call 628-0972.

FIVE-PIECE chair set suite, 1 outdoor set, flat screen 42" television, freezer 7 cu. ft, refrigerator 10 cu. ft, Shama 230 by 320 carpet, 4-drawer vanity with mirror, 2 bar chairs. Call 655-9203.

1- SIDE BY SIDE large Refrigerator and freezer, hardly used 110v, good condition - $160,000. New 4 speed premium blender with mug $5000 110v; 1-32 inch Sony tv with remote control, curve screen, 110v $65,000. Call 614-9432.

TOYOTA Spacio, excellent condition, PMM series. Going cheap $1.65M. Call Marvin 6123111, 689-5000.

ONE AE 100 Toyota. Call 672-3586.

ONE Mazda Denio: $ 1.650.000, neg. Contact Danny: 642-2569

2 - 12 000 lb 4-post lifts, 10 000 lb 2-post lifts, 6 000 lb low rise lift, 2 80 gallon 175 psi compressor, 390 MF tractor, 399 MF tractor, 2003 Toyota Camry. 643-3875.

1 - FIGAT rice combine 3700, needs minor repairs, engine and track in perfect order, was working two crops ago. Price $1.6M. Phone 339-2327, 651-2147, 612-5571.

VEHICLES FOR SALE

ONE CRV (RD1) PKK series, Phone 627-7470 and 669-7713.

15 - SEATER pit bull BPP series; and 212 Carina (yellow cab) (1 month). Call 644-2099.

LIGHTING Plan 70 kva, Whisper watt 240 - 480 3ph, 220110, Singh Ph. Fuel tank capacity 114 gallon. 671-7450.

LARGE cargo vessel ideal for North West operation, size 225 ft x 45 ft, 25 CSA, turbo charge diesel British engine. Tel. 227-5242, 652-9470.

VEHICLES FOR SALE

VEHICLES FOR SALE

ONE new Laverda 3650 Fiat agri combine. Call 258-0001, 665-8795. ONE GX 90 Mark 11 chrome rims, music set, press start. 6282330. AT 192 Carina; AE 100 Corolla. Contact City Taxi Service 660-1100. 1 - TOYOTA Carina AT 170, PFF series, $450, 000. - 6151201, 227-6690. TOYOTA Hiace minibus VVTI engine, BRR series, low down payment. Tel. 614-9599. ONE 2000 Toyota Fielder in excellent condition, $1.8M neg. 665-9685. HILUX Solid Axle pickups, AC, 33x12.50 MT tyres, unregistered, in excellent condition.Spares available. Call 691-2077.

TOYOTA Corolla G-Touring in excellent condition, no reasonable offer refused. Tel. 644-0530. ONE TOYOTA Carina AT212, old shape, in excellent condition. Tel. 652-3066, 690-1611. ONE L-Touring Wagon, rims, interior perfect, in excellent condition. Price neg. Tel. 616-6095, 655-4138. TOYOTA Ceres AE 100, good working condition. Reasonable offer accepted. Tel. 601-0225.

ONE Honda CRV 2002": mag rims, leather interior, sun roof, PMM series. Call 6875000. SPACIO 7 seats, AC, music, mags, TV, 6-disc changer, excellent condition. Price $1.6M. Tel. 6399914, 655-7839, Paul. MITSUBISHI Lancer, ladydriven, late PKK series in excellent condition. AC, mags, alarm, CD Tel: 646-2939.

FORD F350 single cab pickup, 7.3 V8 diesel solid deff, GT tray, refurbished. 662-5910.

PREMIO, just arrived, fully loaded 35 043 km. Good price. Auto City Auto Sale, Sandy Babb St, Kitty 223-0171, 614-5142.

TOYOTA Allion, Premio. Both excellent condition, fully powered. Contact Leonard 617-1505, 673-8451, 2269316.

HILUX Surf complete suspension (foreign used). Hilux Surf, minor repairs. Tel 6262884.

1 - BEDFORD TM with winch, solid condition. Call 674-4649. TOYOTA Tacoma 2005 4x4 AT, Nissan Frontier 2005 extra cab 4x4. Call 220-7430, 647-2856. ONE RZ Mini Bus, BMM series Price - $ 1.9M Negotiable Call - 2333703

UNREGISTERED Toyota Tundra, new tyres, 4x4, very clean, $2.55M. Tel. 233-6337, 6626027. ONE Mitsubishi Lancer, One Toyota Marino, one AE 192, Call 231-6623, 6625802. TOYOTA 212 PMM series, in excellent condition. Contact 592-220-1994.

LEXUS Sports Coupe SC 400, seats 4, fully loaded, 1 owner, excellent condition, must be seen, $2.4M 6129111, 225-9156. .

ONE Nissan Vanette series C22, 11-seater with imported roof rack, used for doing business. Call 226-5540.

ONE MASSEY FERGUSON 255 TRACTOR WITH FRONT BUCKET, PRICE $2.5M. CONTACT: 613-3606.

ONE Toyota Premio, chrome rims, HID lights, alarm and music. In excellent condition. Tel. 657-700

3 - 6x6 TM dump trucks $5.5M each in good condition. Call 600-6335.

NEW model Nissan Tiida Latio, brand new condition, unregistered, low mileage. Make offer - 233-3783, 695-6169.

ONE Leyland DAF single axle and dump. 216-1315, 6136615 TOYOTA Hilux, extra cab pickup, GPP series, fully loaded $2M neg. Tel: 699-8490 GREEN BHH 4177 RZ long base EFI, mags in good condition. Tel. 670-6403. ONE TOYOTA RZ MINIBUS BHH3745. TEL: 2770491 CAMRY PGG series, in excellent condition $800 000 neg. Tel. 610-5001.

TOYOTA picnic for sale. PMM series. Selling at a great price. Contact # 6823753, 227-5138. Serious inquires only. 2002 Honda Civic: rims, excellent condition, one owner, complete music system, $1.5M negotiable. Tel. 600-3053. TOYOTA Tacoma 2005 4WD, $4M. Tacoma body parts, owner migrating. Tel. 2207430, 647-2856.


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VEHICLES FOR SALE

VEHICLES FOR SALE

BMW 320 CARS, open and enclosed canter trucks with lift, and 4x4 Super cab pick up - 61 Dennis St., Campbellville. 227-0190, 6935610, 616-9727.

2005 CRV sunroof, reverse sensor, side steps, 6-disc changer, chrome kit, etc. First owner. Immaculate condition. Tel. 655-3622.

RZ minibuses BMM and BNN, CRV new model, AT 192, 212, NZE, AT 170, Toyota Hilux Surf, 06 Tacoma, Family van (7 seater) canters, Tacoma, Nissan Cefirowagon and cheap cars - 6803154.

AFFORDABLE AUTOS: Premio, Allion, Spacio, Bluebird Sylphy www.tautrade.com 233-3783, 695-6169. 2333783, 695-6169. 1 TOYOTA Allion late PMM immaculate condition, 17'' rims, alarm, CD player, AC, etc. Price $2.1 million. Call 665-7400 or 685-7887. FOR the best in buying or selling of used vehicles 192, 212, Raum, Rav-4, CRV wagons, Spacio, Premio, Allion and many more. Call 619-5784, 674-0203. TERMS available on used and new vehicles, Toyota Sienta (full 7 seater) and AE 100 Sprinter, prices negotiable. Call 641-8647. ONE Toyota Hilux Pick up Extra cab manual transmission, 4WD unregistered just off the wharf, price $2M. Tel. 626-2466, 220-5124.

DRIVEN Auto Sales~ New arrivals sale - Unregistered fully loaded Toyota Sienta $2,250,000 and Mazda Axela $2,350,000. 643-6565, 226-9931. TOYOTA Tacoma 2011 4x2 automatic fully loaded, excellent condition. Price neg. Tel. 6718883, 696-9529. TOYOTA Tacoma 2008, 4x4, TRD fully loaded automatic, dark blue colour, with cargo high top. Tel. 671-8883, 696-9529. WE buy and sell vehicles for cash and we also do trading-in of vehicles: 30-seater buses low as $900 000 - 680-3154 UNREGISTERED 2005 Raum $2.2M, Solid Def Hilux $2.4M, 2-ton dump truck $2.3M. 641-1800, 220-1324.

ONE Pit bull bus VVTI all seats never worked hire, AC< music all sliding glass, price $2.7M. Cell 6262466, 220-5124.

2 - MORRIS Oxford cars, 1 - A-55 Austin car 1955 model, 1 standard vanguard car 1953 model, Holden Kings wood car, 3 Austin 1300 cars, 1 - Rebel motorbike (original) Call 616-4403.

ONE Toyota IST, rims, music MP3, AC, fog lamps, fully loaded, price $1.4M. Call 626-2466, 2205124.

RZ Super GL bus, 14 seats, dual AC, power windows and locks, fog lamps, etc. Ray's One Stop Auto Parts, 74 Sheriff St, 225-6356/7.

ONE Nissan 2004 model 4x4. Immaculate condition, 4 brand new Mickey Thompson tyres on. Price $3.9 neg.Tel#. 629-1340, 220-7107, 694-5953.

MERCEDES Benz E-200, Black, 2005, BMW 318i (MSp o r t ) , f u l l y l o a d e d , Ya m a h a Chappy. 6 8 8 - 7 2 2 4 , 6 7 6 - 0 6 1 4 .

MASSEY Ferguson 6140 Turbo 4x4, $3.2M neg. Call 6886274, 691-3851.

TOYOTA Ceres AE 100, good working condition. Reasonable offer accepted. Tel. 601-0225. TOYOTA Corona, leather interior, in very good condition. Owner leaving country $850 000. 627-7798. ONE RZ minibus in excellent condition in Berbice, rims, music, etc. Contact 326-0971, 649-0950. CRUISER Auto Sales: Unregistered Mazda, Axela, Toyota Fielder, New Raum, Noah. Call 603-9700. FIELDER Wagon, fully loaded, 17" rims, set AC, alarm, excellent condition. Tel. 616-2409. TOYOTA IRZ bus, BKK series, EFI, long base, mags, good condition, $1.2M neg. Tel. 684-5920.

CANTER, Mitsubishi, long tray wide body, 4D 35 diesel, AC, power windows, Ray's One Stop Auto Parts, 74 Sheriff St, 225-6356/7. NEW model Raum, fully loaded with rims and alarm system etc, PPP 8320. Owner leaving the country. Contact 680-2811. TOYOTA Tacoma 1999 4-cylinder, 4-wheel drive, never registered, rims & AC. Ideal for interior roads Going cheap. Contact: 643-5306, 685-0299. TOYOTA Raum with full flair kit, AC, music, mags. One owner. Very clean condition. Reasonably priced. Contact: 643-5306/226-7855, 6850299. TOYOTA Hilux 2004 diesel 4door pick-up (stick shift) Nissan Titan (4x4 LE) Pick-up fully loaded. 6887224, 225-2319, 676-0614. RANGER Rover (HSE) SUV 4x4; Honda 3.300S, key start, generator; also 12,000 watts generator on wheels 688-7224; 676-0614.

TOYOTA Hilux, good condition, mag rims, music deck, AC, 4 doors, open back, PKK series, $1M negotiable. Tel. 641-3624.

TUNDRA, Tacoma, Titan, F150 parts in a hurry. We can source them for you. We can source parts for any US model vehicle. Call for quotation 226-5473, 226-2623.

AT 170 and spares "where is where as" basis, very serviceable; Carina 212 back window screen. Call Tyron - 694-0449.

JUST Arrived! 2 Honda 450cc ATV bike with double shock winch, 4-wheel drive. Going cheap. Contact 643-5306, 658-0299.

S-V30 Toyota Camry in excellent condition, mags, music, AC, alarm etc. Price neg. Tel. 680-0212, 218-5515.

TOYOTA Tundra 2002 chrome rims, chrome bars, DVD player, 4wheel drive, excellent condition. Contact: 643-5306/685-0299

TOYOTA Ace small bus, one complete music system (vehicle). Contact 666-2744, 616-5622. Owner leaving country. 2010 GLK 350 MERCEDES BENZ, ONLY 25,000 MILES, FULLY LOADED. $12.5 MIL. CALL: 651-4578 2008 TACOMA 4 X 4, EXTRA CAB, LIKE NEW, LOW MILEAGE. $4.2 MIL. CALL: 227-1511, 651-4578

1 - NISSAN Latio (Tiida) PMM 6764 in excellent condition, keyless, good tyres, 82 000 miles, owner-driven, powerful AM/FM sound system with TV, CD changer, alarm, Call Mohabeer - 624-2922, 226-6636. PRICE $1.9M HONDA Fit, late PNN, fully powered, mags, Kawasaki Ninja 05 4000 km, 600cc, Suzuki 09 4000 km 250cc all duties, taxes paid. Make offer. Must sell - 6423722, 223-1885.

ONE 323 Mazda wagon in good condition (requires 4 suspensions) $300 000. One Jialing 150cc scrambler. Price $120 000, Prices neg.Tel. 6900266.

UNREGISTERED 3-ton short base canter, steel plated tray, flooring with extended rails, crystal lights. Price $2.95M. Tel. 615-7526. GREIA Kerstaint Park, E.C.D: two properties on land 55'x150'; good land space for bond or can be sold separately. Call to discuss, price $28M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078.

ONE SUZUKI SUMARAI 4x4 enclosed vehicle with 5 mags, stick gear, good for interior ect, holds 5 persons - 1298 cc - SJ-80 engine gaslone. $750,000.Vehicle transferable, owner leaving. Tel:616-5340. NEW shipment: Toyota Noah, Premio, Spacio, TV, spoiler, wood finish, fog lamp, body kit, rims, etc, Raum, Vitz, Hilux solid def, NZE 121 R.H. Auto Sales, Blankenburg WCD. 269-0794, 688-4847. FIRST Class Auto: Allion, Premio, Axio, 212, Allex, Runx, Raum, Fielder, IST. Call 6098188, 602-6307. All vehicles fully loaded and never registered .ONE Mitsubishi Lancer in excellent condition, PKK, AC, mag, asking $850, 000 neg; one IST, PKK series, mag rims, AC, excellent condition, asking $1, 550, 000 neg. Tel. 641-9622, 6195217. 2007 CAT 962H loader 10,800 hrs, location, Georgetown or East Coast Demerara; Caterpillar Survey, equipment in excellent conditions. Tel. 619-2228 or 619-2229. Price US$175,000.00 (G$35M) GREIA South Ruimveldt Caneville Ave: large five-bedroom two-family building, no repairs, selling with all furnishings and fittings. Owner in country to sell - parking for ten vehicles, price $32M. Tel. 2253737, 225-4398, 651-7078. ONE original Lexus LS 400. Price $4.2M, One BMW 740 IL $4.7M, one BMW 528E new engine $500 000, both in excellent condition. Luxury cars. Owner leaving country. Make offer. Tel. 688-2525 TOYOTA Ceres, very good working condition, late PJJ series, registered, 16" mag rims and amplified sound system with CD deck. Contact 6444444, 647-6777.

VEHICLES FOR SALE ONE Toyota Townace, private, never worked hire, PFF series $1.2M, One Toyota Raum, PPP series, 2000 year model $1.4M, one Forfour Smart car, first one in country, very fast $2.5M. Contact Peter - 260-4323, 664-2100. TOYOTA Hilux Surf Limited, 20 inch chrome rims, sun roof, 3RZ engine, 4WD, prestige remote start security system, DVD/CV, chrome accessories $6.5M. Toyota Land cruiser Prado, 20 inch chrome rims, leather seats/ rear extra seats, 3RZ engine, chrome accessories, 4WD, $6M. HZ Hummer 24 inch chrome rims, candy Apple Red paint, air brush with graphic designs, scissors doors, fully chrome kit, leather colour seats, $30M. Contact 613-0252. HARRY & SON AUTO SALES, LOT 185 CHARLOTTE & KING STREETS, MARAJ BUILDING TEL. 2270265, 227-1881, 629-5178. We buy and sell used cars. All prices are negotiable USED 212 - $1.25M, Vios $1.6M, Raum $1.25M, Premio $2M, 110 Sprinters $1.15M, Runx $1.65M, Toyota Gaia (7seater) $1.7M, Vista $900 000, Toyota Wagon Corona $850 000, Corolla NZE $1.5M, Allion $1.15M, Lancer $1.2M, Honda Civic $1.2M, Mitsubishi Galant $1.3M, Tacoma Year model 1998 $2.5M, RZ bus $850 000M, Range Rover Des 5L eng solid deff $5M, Land Cruiser $4M, Honda Fit $1.2M, Honda Accord $1.1M, 192 Carina $1M, 318 BMW $2.9M.

2002 Toyota Tundra, never registered, fully powered, 4-wheel drive, very excellent condition. Going cheap. Contact: 643-5306, 685-0299.

TOYOTA IST with AC, CD, DVD, rear view camera, LCD, aluminum rims, good interior, imported and owner driven for approximately 3 months, excellent condition. Price neg. Contact 619-5844.

TOYOTA Tundra (Bubble back), in excellent condition, mags, fully loaded. Owner leaving country. Tle. 2206770, 621-4082.

1 RZ minibus BKK long base, excellent condition with music, mags, etc. Tel. 270-4098, 686-9516.

ONE MORRIS AUSTIN Car, PLL series, good condition, automatic, 5 seater. Vehicle transferable, owner leaving. - $400,000. Tel:6165340

1 - TOYOTA Dyna canter short base, 2 ½ tons, double wheel, diesel. Excellent condition, one owner. Price $1M neg. Call 684-8231.

FORD Explorer 4x4 SUV, year 2000; GMC Extra cab diesel pick-up $1.5M, BMW 318i 1984 for parts. 6887224; 676-0614

H O N D A AT V 5 0 0 4 x 4 d o u b l e s h o c k s , n e w. A s k i n g $2.6M. Call 624-5000.

AT 212 Toyota Carina, new model, PNN series. One owner, never worked hire, with AC, CD, rims. Going cheap. Contact: 643-5306/ 658-0299.

CONTACT Pooran Auto Spares for brake pad and roata at Lot 151 LBI, Housing Scheme Brake pad for $2 000 per pair, roata for $10 000 per pair. Check us out, you can't go wrong. Tel. 592-6922707.

TOYOTA Tundra 2005, bubble tray with hard cover with rims, leather, interior, 4-wheel drive. Clean & excellent condition. Going cheap. Contact: 643-5306, 685-2099.

ONE Toyota Hilux Solid diff $2.5M. Must be seen 616-0327, 220-8770, 220-6542, 689-3612.

ONE Toyota Runx PLL series, alarm, rims in excellent condition. Price $1.72M neg. Tel. 694-6875.

TOYOTA Tacoma 4x4, TRD 2005, automatic cherry red, excellent condition fully loaded. Price neg. Tel. 6718883, 696-9529.

VEHICLES FOR SALE

PETE'S Auto Sales, Lot 2 George Street Werk-en-Rust back of Camp and Brickdam church. We buy and sell used vehicles, we also trading yours for another, RZ buses, Tundra, CRV, RAV-4, Premo, Allion, NZE, AT 212, Spacio, Vios. We have all models of used vehicles - 231-3690, 649-0329, David. T W O N I S S A N Va n e t t e small mini buses. Private -PEE and PDD series;good for selling food, stick gear, etc, glass windows around, double sliding door, mags etc. Price $275,000 and $325,000. Vehicle transferable, owner leaving. Tel:6165340 TOYOTA H I L U X L N 1 7 2 diesel, extra cab, pickup, 4x4, manual (5-speed transmission), AC, PS, PW, PL winch in off road front bumper, KC lights, side baranka bars, bush-ready, Old Man Emu, rear leaf springs, lifted, Old Man Emu shocks, s n o r k e l , b e d l i n e r. 6 2 3 - 0 4 2 5 , 609-2876. KRISHNA & SON AUTO SALES, Lot 235 South Road and Light Streets Bourda, Georgetown. Tel. 629-5178, 223-8655. We buy and sell used cars. All prices are negotiable. USED 212 - $1 25M, Vios $1.6M, Raum $1.25M, Premio $2M, 110 Sprinters $1.15M, Runx $1.65M, Toyota Gaia (7-seater) $1.7M, Vista $900 000, Toyota Wagon Corona $850 000, Corolla NZE $1.5M, Allion $1.15M, Lancer $1.2M, Honda Civic $1.2M, Mitsubishi Galant $1.3M, Tacoma Year model 1998 - $2.5M, RZ bus $850 000, Range Rover Des 5L eng solid deff $5M, Land Cruiser $4M, Honda Fit $1.2M, Honda Accord $1.1M, 192 Carina $1M, 318 BMW $2.9M. LORRY for sale, One 2Ton Mitsubishi canter, White GPP series, In excellent condition. Persons interested are asked to make contact on: 611-1614/684-2880 TOYOTA Ipsum 7-seater, TV< AC, remote start, $1.35M neg, VI 210 42" TV, WiFi, internet Apps, $200 000, Samsung GalaxyTab 2 7" WiFi $46 000, Samsung Galaxy Tab 7" WiFi 3G $70 000, Iphone 5, 32GB, $117 000, Samsung Galaxy media player, WiFi, Bluetooth, Front and back camera, FM, etc $26 000 Call 6904373, 639-4165.

JUST arrived, new shipment of Japanese vehicles - Toyota Carina AT 212 (new model), Toyota Hiace pit bull stick gear and automatic, Toyota Hilux both extra cab and single (gasolene and diesel), Toyota Allion & Premio both 2003, 2009 & 2008 year, fully loaded CD, TV, reverse camera, alloy wheels and flairs, Toyota Rush 2006 & 2007 CD, TV, DVD, alloy wheel. Also available Toyota Spacio, BB, Fielder Wagon (new Model), Honda S2000, Mazda Axela 2006, Nissan Bluebird (Sylphy) 2006 Yr. Credit available on vehicles. Also available RAV 4 side bars new model, CRV rear bar, T/Rush rear bar, front bar, side bar and back bar, Prestige alarm, bedliners for both extra cab and single cab pickup, sliding glass for the pitbull buses. Contact Automart Auto Sales, Motor Spares & Accessories (Randy) 6247808, 233-2400, 2332681 SALE! SALE! SALE! AT 212 Carina N.M, AE 110 Sprinter, Previa van 8 seats, Honda Accord and Integra, Altezza 6-speed manual, Hilux Surf KZN 130 diesel RZN 185 Hilux, high top RZ bus Super GL bus, etc. Ray's One Stop Auto Parts, 74 Sheriff St, 225-6356/7. JUST ARRIVED! Top q u a l ity re-condition e d v e h i c l e s - To y ot a P r e m i o ; To y o t a Allion; Toyota Corolla Axio; To y o t a N o a h ; S u z u k i S w i f t ; Mercedes Benz C200 Compressor; BMW 318i; Corolla AE100 Wagon; Honda CRV RD4; Land Cruiser (fully loaded); Mazda P r o c e e d 4 WD Extra-cab pickup; Toyota Hilux 4WD Extra-cab pickups - 3RZ, 5 L , Solid Differential; Mitsubishi Canter Trucks 3, 3.5 TONS OPEN TRAY, 2-TON 4WD; 3 ton Dump Truc k ; Nissan Atlas 2 ton truck.P r e - O r d e r y o u r units earl y a n d g e t the best prices. Full after-sales service and financing available. DEO MARAJ AUTO SALES, 2 CHIMNEY ROAD, CHAT E AU M A R G O T, E C D . 6 2 4 0 7 6 2 , 220-5177. A name and service you can trust.

VEHICLES FOR SALE RAY'S Motor Spares and Auto Sales: New shipment Toyota: Ractis, Passo, Pitbull busses, Allion, Vios , Coaster bus, Voxy, Picnic, Allex, Wills, Fortuner, Wish, Isls, Nadia, Avenesis, Axio, Premio, Verossa, FunCargo, AT 212, Cami, Hilux, Vigo and Landcrusier, PickUps, Ipsum, VItz, IST, SPacio, ALtezza, Sienta, Runx, Belta, NZE 121, Caldina wagons, Hilux exta cab, RUSH, New and old models Prado, Premio, 4Runner, BB, Raum, Landcruiser. Honda: Fit, CAPA, Civic, CRV, Audi: A 4 , M a z d a : R X 8 , A x e l a , B M W : 3 1 8 , 320, Mercedez Benz: E200, Nissan: Cefiro, Murana, Tiida, Latio, Datsun PickUp, Vanette van, XTrail, Suzuki: Escudo. Ray's Motor Spares and Auto Sales, 244 Sheriff Street, Georgetown, Tel : 2272322, 227-2320. Bagostown, EBD 223-5151

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1. One Babysitter Call 223-5273/4 MINIBUS driver for contract, living in Georgetown. 675-3093. GUARD for private property, attractive salary. Call 623-9308. HANDYMAN/Gardener for ECD residence. Call 220-2695. TM Truck driver. Call 6744649. CATERPILLAR and Perkins mechanic - call 223-5273/4 EXPERIENCED dispatcher. Tel. 225-4112, 227-1200. GENERAL domestic : must be able to cook. Tel # 6229859. RELIABLE Cabs needed hire cars with drivers. Tel. 61212133, 225-1370. ONE home assistance preferable from the country area, Call 233-0591, 667-6644,, (office) 216-3120. 667-6644 WAITRESS: Age between 25 and 30. Tel. 621-0427, 2224081. WAITRESS/Bar girls and cook needed from East Coast. 670-9004, 639-6013. WHITE sand to be delivered to Orangestein EBD. Contact 6272204. 1 CANTER DRIVER URGENTLY TEL. 222-3927, 6499876. CONTRACT cars - City Taxi Ser vice. 660-1100, 226-7150. ONE cook to work at an outof-town hotel and club. Contact 642-7963, 226-9768. WAITRESS: one maid, kitchen girl, and bar girl. Tel # 686-6608, 686-5766. HAIR and nail station to rent: $5000 per week. Contact #6811685. ONE security guard to work on a shift system. Contact 6002166. Serious enquires only. 1 - CHRISTIAN Cook and 1 domestic worker to work at a residence. Tel. 226-5587. LOGS to purchase: Kabakalli, shivdan, totatabu, and silverballi: US 135 for cubic. Tel. 684-5868. ONE night maid to clean. Contact Waterloo Guest House, 139 Waterloo Street, South Cummingsburg. Tel. 225-1345. ONE Assistant Manager to work at an out- of-town hotel and club. Night life experience required. 642-7963, 226-9768. TABLE-HAND: Must have knowledge of baking. Call 2223478, 623-4989, between 09:00hrs and 16:00hrs. EXPERIENCED taxi drivers, contract cars, (A/C clerk. No experience needed). Crown Cabs. 2259698, 613-5657, 680-9333. ONE attractive waitress to work at Night Bird Bar. Must live around town. Tel. 223-1453, 6666788.


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Laying of synthetic track a historical moment ––Dr. Anthony

By Michael DaSilva THE laying of a synthetic track Ida in Guyana, is a historic moment said Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport, Dr. Frank Anthony, during a site visit at the Cornelia Ida track and field facility yesterday. The minister, accompanied by his Ministry’s Permanent Secretary, Alfred King, and Deputy Permanent Secretary, Steve Ninvalle, made a site visit at the facility to get a first hand look at the progress that

has been made. According to Dr. Anthony, the unpredictable weather pattern has caused some delay, since the surface has to be properly dried before the synthetic material can be laid. The Minister said work started last week but there were a few interruptions, hence the delay in getting more square metres completed. He, however, said he is very pleased with the progress made so far and once the pub-

lic see the track for themselves, they will know we’re getting somewhere. “We want to make this site open,” Dr. Anthony remarked. He added, “The challenge is, this is the first time we are doing something like this. We don’t have people with the know-how, so this is an historic first time we are laying a synthetic track in Guyana.” Asked who will do maintenance work after the track is laid and the facility is open, Dr. Anthony informed that locals will be hired and trained by the German Company BSW Regupol Tracks: “We have a

relationship with Regupol and they will train the locals.” BSW Regupol Tracks representative, Dtetmar Jakel, took a break from plastering the surface with PU Contact Kontakt Sports Surface adhesive to talk to members of the media. He informed that already 3500 square metres of synthetic material has been laid and within another two days the entire surface will be completed. He gave this assurance providing there is no more rain over the next two days. He explained that once

it rains, work will have to be halted until the surface has dried out properly. He further explained that after laying the rubberized surface, a layer of rubber sealer will then be applied on top then a three-millimetre surface leveling granualin will be applied. Jakel said the system his company is using here in Guyana, is the same they used in Jamaica and Barbados and their work is IAAF approved. Meanwhile, work is going apace with the construction of the VIP Stand as well as the Club House.

GFA launches third edition of Banks Beer Cup

... Lucrative prizes up for grabs THE GEORGETOWN Football Association (GFA) yesterday launched the third edition of their annual Banks Beer Cup at the Princess Hotel Boardroom, Providence, wherein it was disclosed lucrative cash prizes will be distributed. Slated to commence on November 23rd at the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) ground Bourda, the event will feature a tournament high 32 teams from

six associations competing in a single elimination format at various venues, at the end of which the overall winner will pocket G$4M and a trophy. Banks Beer Brand Manager Brian Choo-Hen during the feature address said his Company is delighted to be a part of the tournament once again, while adding, “Banks is now having a football fever and it’s a sign that shows the company’s commitment to football and its development.” Choo-Hen added, “We expect all the teams to play fairly, to respect each other and train hard so that the tournament can be successful for the development of football in Guyana. We

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are in Banks country and when in Banks country we only drink Banks Beer. Without any fear of repetition, I officially declare the Banks Beer Cup officially open.” Vice-president and head of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) Technical and Tactical Development Ivan Persaud said, “The GFF is pleased to be a part of a tournament that seems to be lifting the standard of football in Guyana and that is going from strength to strength.” “We at the GFF believe that the more teams we have competing, the larger the talent pool we create to choose from for our national sides and I must say thanks to Banks DIH for their continued commitment towards

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the development of football in Guyana and I wish the teams the best of luck.” GFA president Vernon Burnett during a brief statement said the GFA is happy to be in partnership once more with Banks DIH to host another tournament, adding that invitations were extended to 32 teams with the hope of bringing more flavour to the tournament. Apart from the cash prize and trophy, the winners will also be the recipients of medallions, while the second, third and fourth placed finishers will take home G$2.5M, G$1.5M and G$1M respectively, along with trophies. In addition to those cash prizes, teams that are defeated in the quarter-final round will each receive $250,000 while second and first round eliminated sides will collect $150,000 and $100,000 respectively. And on the individual side, accolades will be awarded for the highest goal scorer, best goal keeper, most disciplined team and most valuable player (MVP) and the Most Outstanding Coach of the tournament which is also being sponsored by Colours, Star Party Rentals and Super Graphics, will pocket $100,000. Venues that will see action over the 16 playing dates are the Georgetown Football Club (GFC), Mackenzie Sports Club (MSC), Den Amstel Community Centre, the Number 5/Monnederlust Community ground in Berbice and the venue for the opening day of action. The venue for the grand final which is slated for

Wednesday January 1st 2014 will be announced at a later time and in a good show of gesture, the GFA will hand over to the Associations from which venues will be used for the competition, 20% of gate receipts. The five other participating associations are the Upper Demerara Football Association (UDFA), East Coast Demerara Football Association (ECDFA), Berbice Football Association (BFA), West Demerara Football Association (WDFA) and East Bank Football Association (EBFA). They will be 17 teams competing from outside of the GFA and each team is allowed a maximum of three local or international guest players and the competing teams are Alpha United, Guyana Defence Force, Camptown, Beacon, Guyana Police Force, Fruta Conquerors, Black Pearl, Flamingo, Pele, GFC, Northern Rangers, BK Western Tigers, Houston Stars, Riddim Squad and Santos, all out of the GFA. Representing the UDFA are Winners Connection, Silver Shattas, Net Rockers, Topp XX, Milerock and Botofago while the EBFA will be represented by Grove Hi-Tech and BV/Triumph United; Mahaica Determinators and Buxton will do battle under the banner of the ECDFA, even as the trio of Slingerz, Den Amstel and Seawall United, will be battling under the banner of the WDFAFC. Concluding the list of association participants will be the BFA duo of Cougars and Monnederlust, whilst Kwakwani Strikers and an Essequibo select team occupy the final two spots.


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Nigeria - Yes, Yes, Yes! …Golden Eaglets lay hands on the junior world cup trophy for the fourth time in their history

NIGERIA became the most successful team in FIFA U-17 World Cup history yesterday with a 3-0 win over holders Mexico at the Mohammad Bin Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. The final was a rematch of the 6-1 win Nigeria inflicted on the Mexicans in Group F play and sees the Golden Eaglets lay hands on the junior world trophy for the fourth time in their history, one better than South American giants Brazil. When the final whistle went in the UAE capital, fans and players alike rejoiced, fingers pointed to the sky, with what has become the traditional Nigerian celebration of: “yes, yes yes!” Mexico kept the ball for a full two minutes at the start of the game, moving it around well and making the Nigerians chase. El Tri even managed the first chance on goal after six minutes. Osvaldo Rodriguez crossed from the left, but Alejandro Diaz couldn’t keep his close-range effort the right side of the post. Two minutes on and Ivan Ochoa - who scored twice in the semi-final win over Argentina - saw his off-balance header pushed over the bar by Dele Alampasu. The corner came to nothing for the Mexicans, but Nigeria benefitted greatly by bursting out on a classic counter-attack. Kelechi Iheanacho went flying

The Nigerian team lift the trophy after beating Mexico 3-0 in the FIFA U-17 World Cup UAE 2013 Final at the Mohamed Bin Zayed Stadium, yesterday in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. (Photo by Richard Heathcote - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images up the pitch. With just one Mexican defender in position, the No10 Golden Eaglet laid the ball in for Taiwo Awoniyi who then fed it on to Musa Yahaha, who had a little help from Erick Aguirre. The Mexican midfielder mistakenly hit

the ball into his own net in an attempt to recover. With the score 1-0, Musa Muhammed was giving the Mexicans fits with his rampaging runs up the right side. He pinned the opponents back at every opportunity. As the first half pushed toward the interval,

the Africans upped their tempo in search of a second goal. Yahaya rattled the crossbar with a stunning effort from 20 yards out after 38

m i n u t e s . P re s s u re w a s mounting and the fans in the stands were on their feet when Awoniyi’s bicycle-kick from the penalty spot forced

Raul Gudino into a magnificent reaction save in the dying moments of the half. The second period began with a frenzy of attacks at both ends of the pitch, but it was Nigeria who made theirs count, making it 2-0 in the 56th minute. Captain Muhammed unleashed a wicked swirling shot that Mexican keeper Gudino simply couldn’t hang on to. He spilled a rebound directly to the feet of the most dangerous man on the pitch, and Iheanacho made no mistake dispatching his sixth goal of the tournament. With a quarter-hour to go, Mexico managed to carve out a rare second-half chance, but Ochoa’s header from close-range slipped wide of the post as the holders began to wilt under the ceaseless pressure of the buzzing Nigerians. Muhammed added a third with ten minutes to go, curling a sublime free-kick into the top corner. Anyone in UAE who had the pleasure to see them will tell you that this Nigerian team were the best on offer. Even a few of the Mexican fans were mumbling “yes, yes, yes” when the final whistle went on Nigeria’s glorious campaign here in UAE. (FIFA.com)

Kelechi Iheanacho of Nigeria recieves the Golden Ball and the Silver Boot from FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter during the FIFA U-17 World Cup UAE 2013 Final. In Abu Dhab.

Golden Berisha seals Swedish bronze at U-17 World Cup SWEDEN beat Argentina 4-1 at the Mohammad Bin Zayed Stadium in yesterday’s match for third place at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in UAE. The Scandinavians were the better side from the opening whistle, Valmir Berisha again proving one of the top strikers at these finals with a three-goal day. It brings his total haul to seven goals in seven games - enough for the top-scorer award - as Sweden finish their first junior world finals

with bronze. Sweden were out in front early in the consolation under-card. Almost inevitably, it was Berisha - the Scandinavians’ goal machine here in UAE - who opened the scoring. Mirza Halvadzic kept the ball alive at the edge of the area before Carlos Strandberg, making his first start in UAE, chipped a clever ball over the top for the lurking Berisha to score his fifth of the tournament. The South Americans had little to offer as the half wore on,

and the Swedes were in the mood to grab a place on the podium. Gustav Engvall did well to win the ball at the edge of the Argentina box and cross low from the right, where Strandberg turned from provider to scorer with a perfect side-volley finish. They kept up the tempo too, and four minutes later it was 3-0. Berisha was on the spot again after Engvall dribbled 40 yards and hit the ball off the top of the upright. Like a true predator, the prolific No9 finished off from near the penalty spot.


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Action continues today at MSC in GCA/CARIB BEER T20

SECOND round action in the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) organized Carib Beer sponsored first division T20 competition which is being contested amongst the nine clubs affiliated to the GCA, bowls off today with two matches at the Thomas Lands based Malteenoes Sports Club (MSC) from 09:30hrs. Defending champions Demerara Cricket Club (DCC), who chalked up a 57 runs victory over MSC in the first round, will go head to head with a youthful Everest Cricket Club lineup in the first encounter, before the home team take on Guyana National Industrial Corporation at 13:30hrs. There is no doubt that DCC will be looking to make it two out of two this morning, having in their lineup the likes of Guyana and West Indies T20 all-rounder, Christopher Barnwell, who will be backed by his national teammates in Trevon Griffith, Derwin Christian and Paul Wintz. There are also others in Dennis ‘Bitterman’ Squires, Totaram Bishun, Andre Stoll, Andrew Lyght Jnr, the young and pugnacious Brian Sattaur and Kevin George, who can all contribute with the bat, if needed by the Queenstown based DCC unit. West Indies Under-19 opener Tagenarine Chanderpaul, TAGENARINE national opener RajenCHANDERPAUL dra Chandrika, national leg spinner Amir Khan, Javed Rasheed, Troy Gonsalves, Zaheer Mohammed and Joseph Perry will be Everest’s quest for honors in their first game of the tournament. GNIC whose lineup includes Marc Nicholson, Quincy Ovid-Richardson, Collis Butts, Dexter Solomon, Ryan Shun, Ranole Bourne, national coach Esuan Crandon, and Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Chairman of Selectors Rayon Griffith, should not be taken lightly when they oppose MSC, since they can spring an upset on any given day. However, the MSC lineup is not one that is known to accept defeat without putting up a fight and the mere fact that they are forced to compete without the services of Steven Jacobs, means the other players would have to come to the party and make up for the first round loss to DCC. Discarded national opener Shemroy Barrington, Shaquille Williams, Kellon Carmichael, Steven Sankar and another former national off-spinner Dion Ferrier, will bolster the Thomas Lands based MSC lineup for their fixture against GNIC. The action will continue tomorrow with double headers at both the MSC and Police Sports Club grounds commencing at the same time as today, with Transport Sports Club taking on Gandhi Youth Organisation (GYO) and Police looking to arrest Georgetown Cricket Club, with both matches being played at Eve Leary. Across at MSC, DCC will take on GNIC in the first game while the home team will go head to head with Everest in the second. (Calvin Roberts)

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South Africa’s De Kock, Steyn seal Pakistan ODI series (REUTERS) - South Africa beat Pakistan by 28 runs after Quinton de Kock scored his maiden one-day international hundred and Dale Steyn posted his best ever match figures in the fourth game of the series in the United Arab Emirates yesterday. Set 267 for victory, Pakistan were bowled out for 238 in 49.2 overs at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium with Steyn collecting a career-best five for 25 to hand South Africa an unassailable 3-1 lead in the five-match series. The 20-year-old De Kock, a wicketkeeper-batsman viewed as a great prospect in South African cricket, blasted 112 off 135 balls after opening the innings as he put on 87 with Hashim Amla (46) for the first wicket. It was far from a chanceless innings from the youngster, who should have been caught at slip by Mohammad Hafeez when he had just two, and then offered up

Quinton de Kock celebrates his century against Pakistan in the fourth ODI in Abu Dhabi.

two simple run out opportunities, one when he was on 95. A burst at the end of the

South African innings from JP Duminy (25 not out) and Ryan McLaren (28 not out) got the

Proteas to 266 for five in their 50 overs. Pakistan made a good start to their reply and looked in the game until the final four overs when Steyn returned for a lethal third spell that saw him swing the match in his side���s favour. Ahmed Shehzad (43), Sohaib Maqsood (56) and Misbah-ul-Haq (65) laid a solid platform and left the sub-continent side needing 39 to win from 24 balls with five wickets remaining. But Steyn returned to dismiss Umar Akmal (22), Misbah and Saeed Ajmal (0) in one over and when Shahid Afridi (3) was run out by a direct hit from Faf du Plessis, the game was lost for Pakistan. The fifth and final oneday match will be played on Monday at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium followed by two Twenty20 internationals on Wednesday and Friday next week.

Giftland trumps up major support for ‘Nationals’ GIFTLAND OfficeMax touted as one of the leading department stores in Guyana, yesterday trumped up major support for the National Schools’ Cycling, Swimming and Track and Field Championships, which is slated for November 1922 with swimming at the Castellani Pool and Cycling and Athletics at the National Stadium. Public Relations Manager at Giftland OfficeMax, Compton Babb, revealed that the company has contributed a significant amount of stationery supplies to the Secretariat of the National Schools’ Championships to help them effectively administrate the event. “As always, the number one department store in Guyana has contributed a handsome amount of Stationery Supplies for the smooth flow of the administration process of the championships. We welcomed the 53rd Mega Sport Event with open arms providing innovative ideas for all athletes and participants,” Babb said after the presentation yesterday. Gifltand OfficeMax will also be providing Awards in the form of Trophies and Vouchers for the outstanding athletes in their respective categories. In addition, they will be selecting two athletes to join their Giftland Dynamic Ambassador Team. He

Competitions Director of the National Schools’ Championships, Ceon Bristol (left) receives the list of stationery contributed to the competition yesterday from Giftland OfficeMax Public Relations Manager, Compton Babb. thanked ‘Nationals’ Marketing and Public Relations Officer, Edison Jefford, for facilitating their involvement. “Hence, we are urging all athletes to put their best foot forward for becoming “The Champ.” The outstanding male and female will receive a personalised discount card, three branded outfits with footwear and accessories, assistance with travel costs for overseas competitions,

and back-to-school supplies for one year,” Babb revealed. Competitions Director of the National Schools’ Championships, Ceon Bristol, thanked Giftland for their support, stating that the company has always been innovative and supportive with sports and their contribution is just another example of that vision. Bristol informed that the stationery has come at the

opportune time when they are busy compiling the entries from the various Districts ahead of the nationwide competition that usually attracts 1600-plus athletes from 16 Districts. Bristol said the work to administer the meet is always challenging and it is refreshing to know that companies like Giftland are in their corner.


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‘Guyana Softball Cup 111’ Trophy Stall book semifinal spot By Calvin Roberts INAUGURAL Guyana Telephone and Telegraph 10/10 champions Trophy Stall booked their place in today’s semifinal in the Open category of the third annual Guyana Floodlight Softball Cricket Association’s (GFSCA) ‘Guyana Softball Cup 111’, following their authoritative victories over Ontario Softball Cricket League (OSCL) and Berbice Titans respectively. Playing against the former at the Ministry of Education ground, Trophy Stall batted first and scored 238 for 3 from their 20 overs, with M. Dutchin hitting an unbeaten 85, F. Rafiek 66 and Surujpaul Deosarran chipping in with 24. D. Ramsaywack took 2 for 32 for OSCL who were limited to 168 for 9 in reply, with G. Singh hitting 36, A. Haniff 28 and Ramsaywack an unbeaten 23, while S. Rafiek took 3 for 43 to hand Trophy Stall the win. In their second game against the Titans at the Eve Leary ground, Trophy Stall piled up 172 for 8 with F. Rafiek 33, Wasim Haslim 32 and Krishna Deosarran 30, as Chandrasekhar Arjune took 2 for 24 for Titans, who were bowled out for 125 from 18 overs in reply. Troy Gonsalves (41) and Balram Samaroo 15 were the principal scorers for the team from the Ancient County who is making their debut in the tournament, as K. Bishundial (3 for 5), Dutchin 3 for 19 and F. Rafiek 2 for 21, guided Trophy Stall to the win and a semifinal place. Meanwhile, Titans humil-

... Rafeek hits ton in vain

iated their counterparts from Berbice, Karibee Rice Boyz in their first game at Eve Leary and one that they won by seven wickets. Batting first, Karibee Rice Boyz were bowled out for 80 in 16.2 overs, with Waheid Edwards topscoring with 13, while Mahendra Baldeo took 3 for 10 and Latchman Somrah and Arjune 2 wickets each for 15 and 17 runs for the Titans, who reached 82 for 3 from 16 overs in reply, thanks to David Luknauth’s unbeaten 33 (3x4), while Rangasammy took 3 for 16. In another Open category contest played between 2011 champions Cotton Field Wild Oats (CFWO) and Corriverton, CFWO batted first and were bowled out for 132 off 17.4 overs, with Ramesh Narine 29, Narendra and Mandholall 26 leading their batting. Alfred Bennett took 4 for 19 and Dashan Challitar 2 for 21 for Corriverton, who were then indebted to Sherwin Murray’s 26 and Anthony Bramble 21 on their way to reaching 133 for 9 from 18 overs against the bowling of Ravindra Singh who took 5 for 19. In an keenly contested matchup in the Open category, arch rivals Regal XI and Wolf Warriors, the present and former GT&T 10/10 champions faced each other at the St. Stanislaus ground on Carifesta Avenue. Regal XI batted first and scored 165 from 18.5 overs, with Ricardo Adams 41 and Richard Latiff 26 leading their

batting, while Wolf Warriors were held to 164 for 9 from their 20 overs, handing Regal XI the win by 1 run. M. Karim topscored with 61 while A. Nizamudin made 38, as Balram Roopnarine took 4 for 38 and Khalid Haslim 2 for 39 for Regal, who went on to win

RAYMOND HARPER their second game (scores not available), to also book a place in the semis. Smith XI got past South Florida Cricket League (SFCL) by 12 runs, after posting 178 for 9 and restricting their opponents to 166 for 9, New York Softball Cricket League got the better of Farm XI by five wickets, scoring 142 for 5 from 18.2 overs, in reply to

farm’s XI 138 made off 19.4 overs, while Ontario Softball Cricket League (OSCL) went under to Karibee Rice Boyz by five wickets. OSCL batted first and posted 154 for 5 from their 20 overs, with Gavin Singh 49 and Trevon Garraway contributing 30, before Karibee Rice Boyz scored 155 for 5 from 13.5 overs, thanks to M. Sooklall’s unbeaten 47 and J. Mohammed 28. In the Master’s Category, SCI Miami made 107 for 9 to which Industry Super Kings replied with 111 for 4, Better Hope scored 135 for 2 and restricted GFSCA to 124 for 6, New York Masters limited Regal Masters to 205 for 4, of which Raymond Harper topscored with 70, but could only make 200 for 6 in reply, despite Mohammed Rafeek’s 105 and Andrew Budhan 49. New York Seaview Cricket League 121 for 9, Ontario Master 122 for 2, Wellman 215 for 6 (L. Rooplall 92) to which Parika Defenders replied with 196 all out from 19.1 overs (A. Khan 54, M. Denny 4 for 16), and in their second match New York Seaview 167 for 7, Success Masters 153 off 16 overs. Brooklyn Legends 143 for 9, Savage Masters 145 for 1, thanks to Y. Mohammed’s unbeaten 73 and S. Mohammed 37. Regal Masters defeated SCI Miami by 7 wickets, bowling them out for 101 in 16.4 overs and replying with 105 for 3 from 11.5 overs. The action continues today at several venues with the playing of the final preliminary round matches, before the semifinals are contested after lunch.

Blatter rules out January World Cup in Qatar

(REUTERS) - FIFA president Sepp Blatter ruled out a January World Cup in Qatar in 2022 and said yesterday November/ December was the only alternative to a summer tournament. “The FIFA World Cup can only be played in November/December 2022, no way it’s going to take place in January/February,” he told a news conference in Abu Dhabi. “We have to see how we can have the FIFA World Cup played in winter, but only Nov/Dec are possible.” Last month, FIFA announced it would hold a consultation process involving clubs, leagues, players and continental federations to decide in which months of 2022 the tournament should be played. At that point, world soccer’s governing body had not ruled out any particular period of the SEPP BLATTER year. The International Olympic Committee is closely monitoring FIFA’s deliberations, fearing a World Cup in January 2022 could encroach on the Winter Games that year. FIFA said that, in principle, Qatar was awarded the World Cup on the basis that it would be staged in the summer despite

the searing heat in the country. Qatar has insisted that a summer World Cup is viable thanks to cooling technologies it is developing for stadiums, training areas and fan zones, but there is still widespread concern over the health of the players and visiting supporters. Blatter, who will meet the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, in Doha on Saturday, said he would discuss the situation of migrant workers in the country. “We are very concerned about the situation of the workers in Qatar, though most of them are not related to the World Cup but to European entrepreneurs and companies,” he said. “I w i l l r e p o r t a b o u t t h i s t r i p t o t h e F I F A e x e c utive committee at our next meeting in December. Tomorrow (Saturday), I am leaving to Qatar to meet the Emir to discuss the current situation in Qatar.” Britain’s Guardian newspaper reported recently that dozens of Nepali workers have died during the summer in Qatar and labourers were not given sufficient food and water, were housed in cramped and unhygienic conditions and had their passports confiscated. The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) has criticised FIFA’s response so far and described Qatar’s labour practices as abhorrent. Blatter told the United Arab Emirates that there was no chance for the country to host some of the 2022 games. “If the UAE want to host the FIFA World Cup, they have to wait some years because of the rotation within the confederations and as Qatar is hosting the 2022 edition,” he said.

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Culley named Man- of- Match but Buffaloes lose again

DESPITE a sterling bowling performance from Man of the Match Fitzroy Culley who took 5 for 9, the Georgetown Buffaloes went under to the Lower East Bank Lions by 46 runs in their fourth round fixture of the Demerara Cricket Board organized Raj Singh Insurance /Trophy Stall sponsored Over-40 T20 tournament at the Everest Cricket Club ground yesterday. Lower East Bank Lions recovered from the loss of the first wicket from the first ball of the contest bowled by Calvin Roberts (1 for 3), to post 173 for 9 from their 20 overs, despite the efforts of Culley with the ball. Nigel Bissu top scored with 39 while Deonarryan Debidial and Ronald Jaisingh scored 31 apiece for the Lions, whose bowlers led by Ronald Jaisingh and Latchman Persaud who both took 3 for 10, engineered the crumble of the Buffaloes batting line up for 127, with S. Bentick making 30 and Culley 17. Abdur Kalib from West Coast Demerara Seals and who was later declared Man of the Match, blasted a belligerent 93 to see his team home against Lower East Coast Bulls, at the Zeeburg Community Centre ground. Batting first, the Bulls posted an imposing 189 for 3 with Latchman Yadram, Chitram Gangadin and Clifton Anderson leading the way with 54, 53 and 47 respectively. Chasing a daunting total, Kalib hoisted eight sixes and slammed nine fours in his topscore, even as Basdeo Persaud contributed an unbeaten 63, as the Seals reached the target in 19.3 overs losing only one wicket to hand the Bulls their first defeat. At the Enmore Community Centre ground, Upper East Bank Colts took first crack only managing 118 for 7, with Otis George 25 and Rohan Sarjoo 20 leading their batting even as John Hardatt and Ramnarine Seebalack accounted for three wickets each. Upper East Coast Tigers overhauled the score in 19.5 overs, losing six wickets in the process, with Ramon Malone leading the way with 33 and got support from Man-of-thematch John Hardatt who made 29, as S. Ramdeen took 2 for 11 for Upper East Bank Colts. The match that was scheduled between West Demerara Mavericks and Georgetown Bears has been pushed back for today and will be played at the Wales Community Centre ground, starting at 13:00 hours.

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Today’s Quiz:

(1) How many Test matches have been played at the Kensington Oval, Barbados to date? (2) Which of these teams never played an ODI at Albion? England; Australia; Sri Lanka; South Africa; New Zealand

Answers in tomorrow’s issue


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Shami’s swing sends Windies crashing to heavy defeat KOLKATA, India, (CMC)West Indies, undermined by high quality swing bowling from Mohammad Shami, tumbled to an innings and 51 runs defeat against India in the first test here yesterday. In a dramatic post tea session, Shami unsettled the West Indian batsmen with deliveries that swung prodigiously bowling them out for 168 in their second innings 20 minutes before the schedule close on the third day at Eden Gardens. A few West Indies’ batsmen got starts, - Darren Bravo’s 37 was the top score, Kieran Powell made 36, Chris Gayle hit 33 and Shivnarine Chanderpaul was not out on 31 . Shami collected 5-47 from 13.1 overs to finish with the second-best match figures by an Indian on Test debut of 9-118 and off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin captured 3-46 off 19 overs. Gayle gave West Indies a blistering start with a number of powerful off-side strokes, but the Caribbean side’s plans to remain competitive in the match were left in strife, as they stumbled to 112 for three at tea. Gayle fell to fast-medium bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar for the second time in the match. He miscued a hook at a short, wide delivery from his nemesis in recent contests against this opponent and was

WEST INDIES 1st Innings 234 (M. Samuels 65; Mohammad Shami 4-71) INDIA 1st Innings (overnight 354 for six) S. Dhawan b Shillingford 23 M. Vijay st Ramdin b Shillingford 26 C. Pujara c wkpr Ramdin b Cottrell 17 S. Tendulkar lbw b Shillingford 10 V. Kohli c Powell b Shillingford 3 R. Sharma lbw b Permaul 177 M.S. Dhoni c wkpr Ramdin b Best 42 R. Ashwin b Shillingford 124 B. Kumar c Gayle b Shillingford 12 Mohammad Shami st Ramdin b Permaul 1 P. Ojha not out 2 Extras (b4, lb8, w1, nb3) 16 TOTAL (all out) 453 Fall of wickets: 1-42 (Dhawan), 2-57 (Vijay), 3-79 (Pujara), 4-82 (Tendulkar), 5-83 (Kohli), 6-156 (Dhoni), 7-436 (Sharma), 8-444 (Ashwin), 9-451 (Kumar) Bowling: Best 17-0-71-1; Cottrell

caught at square leg. For the duration of Gayle’s innings, Powell had been scoreless and he was fortunate, when off-spinner Ashwin dropped a return catch in his first over from a leading edge. Powell needed 31 balls in 21 minutes to get his first run and fortune again favoured him on seven, when Kumar running a few yards to his right and diving, dropped him at deep backward square leg from the bowling of left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha. Bravo, on nine, had two close shaves off successive deliveries in Ashwin’s eighth over, when he drove the off-spinner uppishly past silly mid-off and then edged just short of second slip fielder Virat Kohli playing defensively forward. The two however, spent close to 1 ½ hours defying the Indian attack, putting on 68 for the second wicket, and were just shutting shop ahead of tea, when Powell was lbw playing back to a shooter from Ashwin. Next over, Marlon Samuels was dubiously adjudged lbw to Shami for four, when he played back to a delivery that swung in sharply. Television replays suggested the delivery might have missed leg-stump. After tea, there was little substance or stability from the

18-3-72-1 (w1); Shillingford 55-9167-6 (nb3); Permaul 23.4-2-67-2; Sammy 12-1-52-0; Samuels 4-012-0 Overs: 129.4 WEST INDIES 2nd Innings C. Gayle c Kohli b Kumar 33 K. Powell lbw b Ashwin 36 D.M. Bravo c Sharma b Ashwin 37 M. Samuels lbw b Shami 4 S. Chanderpaul not out 31 D. Ramdin c Vijay b Mohammad Shami 1 D. Sammy b Mohammad Shami 8 S. Shillingford b Mohammad Shami 0 V. Permaul run out (+Dhoni) 0 T. Best c Ojha b Ashwin 3 S. Cottrell b Mohammad Shami 5 Extras (lb10) 10 TOTAL (all out) 168 Fall of wickets: 1-33 (Gayle), 2-101 (Powell), 3-110 (Samuels), 4-120 (Bravo), 5-125 (Ramdin), 6-152 (Sammy), 7-152 (Shillingford), 8-152 (Permaul), 9-159 (Best) Bowling: Kumar 6-1-20-1; Mohammad Shami 13.1-0-47-5; Ashwin 19-2-46-3; Ojha 13-3-270; Tendulkar 3-0-18-0 Overs: 54.1

West Indies batting and they lost their last seven wickets for 48 in less than 20 overs. Earlier , India, resuming from their overnight total of 354 for six in their first innings, were eventually bowled out for

453, highlighted by a record seventh-wicket partnership between century-makers Rohit Sharma, the Man-of-theMatch, and Ravichandran Ashwin, Off-spinner Shane Shill-

ingford ended with 6-167 from 55 overs and left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul grabbed 2-67 from 23.4 overs. The victory gave India a 1-0 lead in the two-Test series with the final match starting

this Thursday at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, the home city of the hosts’ batting megastar Sachin Tendulkar, who will be playing his 200th and final Test for his homeland.


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…Golden Eaglets lay hands on the junior world cup trophy for the fourth time in their history

Please see story on page 32

Laying of synthetic track ––Dr. Anthony a historical moment

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Dtetmar Jakel (extreme left) explaining to Minister Anthony (center), PS Alfred King (second left), and DPS Steve Ninvalle what work has been completed to date on the synthetic track and what more is left to be done (Photo by Sunil Nelson).

Germany’s BSW Regupol Tracks engineer Dtetmar Jakel (bending over at right) plastering the surface of the synthetic track facility with PU Contact Kontakt Sports Surface adhesive while other workers lay the synthetic material (Sunil Nelson photo).

Shami’s swing sends GFA launches third edition of Banks Beer Cup Windies crashing Page Page 35 ... Lucrative prizes up for grabs

Man-of-the-Match Mohammed Shami takes off after bowling Darren Sammy for 8 in West Indies second innings. The debutant pacer ended with match figures of 9-118.

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Banks Beer Brand Manager Brian Choo-Hen (3rd from left) hands over the first place trophy to GFA president Vernon Burnett, while from left Mortimer Stewart, Troy Peters, Ivan Persaud and Roy McArthur look on appreciatively. (Photo by Sonell Nelson)

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