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Forensic lab to be completed in less than two months

The Guyana Police Force’s Forensic Laboratory at Turkeyen

THE Guyana Police Force’s investigative capabilities will soon be greatly enhanced as the Ministry of Home Affairs’ state-ofthe-art Forensic Laboratory at Turkeyen is nearing completion. Minister of Home Affairs Clement Rohee disclosed yesterday that the laboratory, which is approximately 90 percent into its schedule, is expected to be completed by next month. The building, which should have been completed in April last, was held up as the primary contractor, Courtney Benn Contracting Services, experienced setbacks. However, the equipment and other items for the laboratory have been procured and installation will commence this month, but only following the installation of an uninterrupted power supply to the building, Minister Rohee said. The staff for the laboratory has also been hired. The Director of the Laboratory, who was recruited in October last, is now developing an operational activity table from the lab’s strategic plan, Minister Rohee said. The $840M lab was launched under the Citizen Security Programme (CSP), initiated by the government and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). This programme has three components: institutional modernisation of the Home Affairs Ministry, Community Action Component (CAC), and modernisation of the Guyana Police Force, which includes strengthening of its forensic capability. In 2013, a bill was laid in the National Assembly to amend the Evidence Act to provide a legal person for the laboratory. The Evidence Bill, which was introduced by the Home Affairs Minister to the National Assembly, was voted down by the Parliamentary Opposition in June. Minister of Legal Affairs, Anil Nandlall, on December 13, re-tabled the Evidence (Amendment) Bill, in the National Assembly, which seeks to expand the range of documents and reports that can be admitted as evidence.

Police divisions expanded to allow for better control, management

MINISTER of Home Affairs Clement Rohee yesterday announced the decision that has been taken to divide police divisions A, B, C, D, and F into community policing divisions. This was done following consultations with the groups in the divisions, the community policing executives and the police. The new divisions are as follows: *         A Division – A1 (Georgetown) and A2 (East Bank Demerara), *         B Division – B1 (West Coast Berbice), B2 (Lower Corentyne) and B3 (Upper Corentyne) *         C Division – C1 (Unity to Good Hope), C2 (Good Hope to Conversation Tree) and C3 (Unity to Abary) *         D Division – D1(West Coast Demerara) and D 2 (West Bank Demerara) *         F Division – F1 (Bartica) and F2 (Lethem)   The Home Affairs Minister said that this new arrangement would allow community policing executives and the police to have a better span of control and consequently, greater supervision over the groups. This would also aid in providing a higher quality of leadership in the groups. Additionally, divisional and national elections were conducted across the country in 2013 for divisional executive committees and national community policing executive committees. New office bearers have also been elected and installed. At present, there are 266 active Community Policing Groups (CPGs) across the country with a total membership of 4424.  


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Significant progress made with security reform strategy - Minister Rohee MINISTER of Home Affairs, Clement Rohee yesterday convened a meeting at the Police Officers’ Training Complex, Camp and Young Streets, where he recapped the performance of the various agencies within the security sector. This meeting attracted a wide-cross section of stakeholders from the various police divisions, heads of government agencies and even members from the diplomatic community.   STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT  Giving an update of the Security Sector Strategic Plan 20132017, the Minister said that since the establishment of the Strategic Management Department in May 2013 with the employment of 10 professionals to oversee the implementation of the Guyana Police Force’s Strategic Plan, notable progress has been achieved. However, three of the 10 persons have since submitted their resignation for reasons that were not directly related to their task of implementing their aspect of the plan. “Those departures have not Minister Clement Rohee seriously affected the progress of implementation of the Plan as the remaining staff members were engaged in multi-tasking to fill the temporary gaps that were created as a result of those resignations,” the minister explained. This strategic department has been involved in laying the foundation for the full implementation of the strategic plan. To date its accomplishments include: the completion of a SWOT analysis to evaluate the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats; development of a change management strategy which is intended to catalyse the transformation process; development of a communications strategy so as to ensure that knowledge and awareness of the modernisation process facilitate concomitant changes in behaviour in the GPF; the design of a monitoring and evaluation framework that is expected to improve organisational performance; and the development of vehicle acquisition, deployment and main-

tenance strategies so that the Force could acquire the appropriate types of vehicles to suit its needs and which are maintained as per schedule.            CAPITA SYMONDS FINAL REPORT The British Capita Symonds consulting firm has completed its work, and its final report has been received by the Home Affairs Ministry. As such, the ministry will now be moving towards the stage of working with Capita Symonds to finalise the details of each project so that work could commence early in the first Quarter of 2014. The firm’s work focused mainly on four areas: administration, succession planning, the introduction of a code of conduct and the development of a specialist office of professional responsibility, and the establishment of a modern public relations and communications department.   DATA ENTRY CLERKS In a bid to have a civilian aspect to the mutually agreed positions within the GPF, the Home Affairs Ministry employed 60 persons who are working as data entry clerks at five divisional traffic registries, 48 police stations and the Georgetown Prison, Camp Street. Their main responsibilities are to enter crime occurrences to populate the Integrated Crime Information System (ICIS) to support electronic data capture, and analysis of crime trends and patterns leading to evidence-based decision making by the GPF and the Ministry of Home Affairs. Additionally, the ministry has approached and received Cabinet’s approval for the employment of an additional 25 data entry clerks who will bolster the data collection efforts of the Force with support from the ministry.   POLICY ANALYST To aid the process of analysis, a qualified civilian/professional has been recruited and is based at Force headquarters. Minister Rohee said that this has been instrumental in assisting the GPF in developing strategies and action plans targeted at combating crime and interpersonal violence. Some of the outputs of the policy analyst include: analysing trends (spatial and temporal), disaggregating results by police stations and divisions (by type of crime, by nature of victim and by nature of perpetrator) and recommending strategies to combat crimes.  

NAME CHANGE Minister Rohee said that the GPF must be seen as service oriented, given the fact that its mission is to serve and protect. To this end, the ministry requested a name change from the “Guyana Police Force” to that of the “Guyana Police Service”. Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs Anil Nandlall has been requested to re-table the Bill in Parliament, to effect this name change. It was previously thrown out by the Parliamentary Opposition simply because they refuse to cooperate with the subject Minister. DELINKING E AND F DIVISION According to the Minister, E and F divisions were delinked in an effort to enhance management within the GPF. Division ‘E’ is headquartered at Linden, while Division ‘F’ is located at Police Headquarters, Eve Leary.  

Investigation launched into ammunition find at Georgetown Prison

THE Guyana Prison Service has brought to the attention of the Home Affairs Ministry an attempt by individuals to infiltrate several rounds of ammunition into the Georgetown Prison. A release from the ministry stated that this is not the first time such attempts have been made and uncovered by ranks on duty at the Prison. The ministry and the Prison Service wish to reassure the general public that no effort will be spared to uncover and to find any illegal firearm or components thereof at any prison location. “Nefarious plans and conspiracies hatched in or out of prisons to disrupt the peace and good order in our society will be exposed and disrupted,” the ministry stated.  


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Iraq troops arrest leading Sunni MP in violent raid

Nearly million US and Canada snowstorm Frompeople crime to cigarettes, Bloomberg leaves his mark on New York causes travel chaos displaced by CAR conflict - UN

The former Wall Street executive and founder of a media NEW YORK- (Reuters) - company that bears his name Love him or hate him, one leaves a city with lower crime By thing Kamalis Namaa for sure: New York- rates, more parks, and new fighting includedsuch threeasofthe ers will not forget outgoing theurban landmarks RAMADI, Iraq(Reuters) - Alwani’s bodyguards, his sister Mayor Michael Center, an indoor arena Iraqi security forcesBloomberg arrested andBarclays his brother. anytime soon. built over a Brooklyn yard. a prominent Sunni Muslim “Army troops withtrain police As the independent billion“This will go down lawmaker and supporter of special forces were trying toas, (BBC THE bids number of internally displaced people in aireNews) politician farewell without question, one of the anti-government protests in arrest Alwani from doubled his house, the Central African Republic (CAR) has more than a raid on his home in the but fierce fighting erupted. to City Hall by touting his acmost influential and successful to 935,000 since December, the UN says. western of have Anbar, Five bodies, one complishments during 12 years mayoralties inincluding the history of the More province than 500,000 fled their homes in the capital Bansparking clashes in which at population. woman, were taken to guiin alone - almost half the city’s Some 60%Birdsell, of Falluja thosedean office, academics, urban city,” said David least five are people were killed, hospital,” one police source displaced children. planning experts and political of the School of Public Affairs police said. said.violence was hampering Thesources UN also warned the escalating pundits say the mark he made at the City University of New Thetoviolent efforts reach arrest “thoseofinAhmed need of urgentNo assistance”. members of Alwani’s on New is indelible and family York’s Baruch College. The conflict has pitted Christian and Muslim militias against al-Alwani isYork likely to inflame could immediately be strong. Bloomberg - a version longtime each other.in Sunni-dominated tensions reached to give their TheWhile CAR is ruled by Muslim leader Michel DjotoBloomberg’s final ex-rebel Anbar, where protesters have who became a Reof Democrat events. Parliament speaker dia who seized power last then-President Francois been demonstrating against Usama al-Nujaifi, a get Sunni, term was marred by March, awhat failedforcing publican in 2001 to on the Bozize, came from the ofmajority Christian population, to theyattempt seewho astomarginalization the and operation a “blatant outlaw large sugary called ballot, later dropped his flee into exile. their sect by Prime Minister violation” of Iraq’s constitution drinks and the furor over stopparty 4,000 affiliation - ranked No. The African Union has sent nearly troops while Nuri al-Maliki’s Shi’ite-led and a “dangerous precedent”. France, the former colonial power, 2has 1,600New and-frisk policing, he stands on also a listdeployed of the greatest government. soldiers asAlwani onethere. ofbelongs the most successful York mayors published recently to the Sun- have begun VIOLENCE RISING Many foreign governments to& evacuate their citmayors in New York history, by City State, a website ni-backed bloc and has warned the delivery of aid relief that izens. The Iraqiya UN’s refugee agency they covers government and and politics. been a contend. strong critic limited” of Maliki Lieutenant-General Ali was being “severely by attacks on civilians, looting and an influential figure in the Ghaidan, commander of Iraqi the presence of armed militia at refugee camps. protest movement. ground forces, told state tele“Our staff report that people are hiding in the bush, fearPoliceattacks,” sources said a two- said ing fresh the agency in a statement. vision that security forces had hour firefight broke out on Sat- also tried to arrest Alwani’s urday when bodyguards and brother Ali, whom he accused members of Alwani’s tribe re- of involvement in attacks that sisted police and soldiers who killed Iraqi soldiers in Anbar. went to arrest Alwani on charges Ali was killed in the fightof “terrorism” from his house in ing, as well as one Iraqi soldier, the center of the city of Ramadi. Ghaidan said. They said those killed in “We treated Ahmed al-Al-

state workers were ordered to remain at home. slowed headasofthe the snow New York tactic, seen as targeting young formerEven in the eastern US, a coastal Liberties minorities, amounted to “indi- Civil flooding alertUnion. was in effect for rect racial profiling.” Nantucket in southern Massachusetts through southern ‘CEO MAYOR’ Overall crime rates fell by a Maine, especially for telling high tide Bloomberg’s most third during Bloomberg’s three at 12:00 local (17:00 GMT). abdomen. al terms, Qaeda-linked militants who in hislegacy may be, in one sense, a decrease reflected The New York to Boston Authorities imposed a cur-exhave gained a foothold there. himself, Tom Wright, once-blighted neighborhoods Amtraksaid passenger rail service in Anbar province after Another potential flash-and fewecutive director the Regional that are now blossoming, was placed onofa reduced schedarrest, security sources point is around Sunni protests thePlan ule.Association, an urban retourism rates setting record of army tanks, that have been held in Anbar said. A convoy Friday, Massachusetts searchOn and advocacy group. highs. vehicles and Hum- said since December last year. In a armored Governor Deval Patrick Whenat first ran for office, “That’s a fundamentally began toheBoston’s arrive in Logan Ramastatement on state television on veesflights Interwas an unlikely positive aspect that’sbehad di Bloomberg bynational midday. Friday, Maliki saidofitlife would Airport had resumed. with no political ex- to very said candidate But But scores people took theQueens, “lastfar-reaching Friday” theeffect,” protests heofwarned locals Waiting for a bus in New York remain indoors due the streetsor carrying gunstoto“danandJohn sit-ins would bedirector allowedoftothe to perience constituency. He Mollenkopf, a reduced schedule, while some continue. gerously” low temperatures In the neighbouring states defy themore curfew, a $100 Reuters wit- of spent than million Center for Urban Research at key roads were shut at least in the region through ofThe Connecticut, Massachusettsnessexpected said. campaign own fortune to win in 2001. the Citymilitary of Jersey, New York Graduate hisSaturday. temporarily. non-essential Adnan al-Muhanna, leader andand theNew arrest of Alwani may

By Ellen Wulfhorst

( BBC News) A winter storm has blanketed parts of Canada and the north-eastern US with up to 2ft (61cm) of snow. The storm has been blamed for 11 deaths and forced the cancellation of more than 4,000 flights since Wednesday. With the wind chill, the temperature dropped as low as -29C (-20F) in Toronto and -38C in Quebec City, the lowest seen in two decades. Authorities warned residents to remain indoors, both for their own safety and to keep roads clear for snow removal. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, who was sworn into office on 1 January, said most of the city’s main roads had been cleared of snow thanks to an “extraordinary job” the city’s Supporters ofbythe Muslim Brotherhood and sanitation workers. New York Mayor MichaelMohamed Bloomberg walks from ousted Egyptian President Mursi shout “Wepodium can help after them getthe delivering the 2014 city budget slogans against theby military and interior ministry (BBC News) ELEVEN people ting ofBlue their way,” heof said inout the Room New York’s Hall, in this while holding his poster and gesturing with between four have diedCity in clashes late on Friday morning. “If you file photo from May 2, 2013. fingers in.( Credit: REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dals) police and Muslim Brotherdo not need to travel today, If aWe tie told werehim permitted, hoodExperts demonstrators can tick off across a long pleasewell. stay home.” and Shi’ites. Bombings, wani that we he Sunnis Egypt, the health ministry would have tied with top-ranklist of accomplishments. The and suicide attacks, had aSome warrantcommuter for his arrest,trains and shootings says. around City were ing New Fiorello said many 10-year-old anti-smoking camstaged by al Qaeda milarrested him,”York heLaGuardia, said, addingon The Muslim Brotherhood who helped compile itants, aredeath near-daily thatBirdsell two of Alwani’s bodyguards paign isacredited some put the toll at with 17.occurDozens werethewounded in thelist. operation, City & State LaGuardia, rence. 10,000 fewerincluding deaths andpolice, served of people, Iraqiwounded. army which said was carried in an have so he legendary that notoutjust asThe a been blueprint for this otherweek cities; adeaths major operation in in accordance with the law. musical launched Thethan reported airport but a Broadway more 850were acres of land areas of Anbar, provViolence in Iraq is at its desert the capital Cairo and athe cities took his name, governed the city was added to city parks; and of Alexandria, worst levels since 2006-7, when ince that makes upFayoum a third ofand

Egypt unrest: 11 deaths at Muslim Brotherhood protests

the Great Depression the territory decade-old call center tensduring of thousands of people and Iraq’s and311 is populated World War II. has grown to handle millions out were killed in fighting between mainly by Sunnis, to flush “Rarely are individuals in of non-emergency requests any field recognized among each year. the greats of history during Crime is down, a success their own lifetimes, so the fact that Bloomberg credits in part that our panel ranked Michael to the New York Police DepartBy Paul-Marin Ngoupana Bloomberg nearly at the top of ment’s stop-and-frisk strategy. By Lesley Wroughton this list while he is still in office BANGUIBut a judge earlier -this year (Reuters) HunWASHINGTON- (Reuters) - Secretary of State John Kerry will is striking,” City & State wrote. dreds ruled that the controversial of people tried to flee inreturn to Israel and the Palestinian territories for peace talks next ter-religious violence in Central week, a senior U.S. government official said yesterday, days after African Republic on Saturday Israel is due to free another group of Palestinian prisoners. aboard emergency flights to The U.S. official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Kerry neighboring Chad, while nearwill visit Jerusalem and Ramallah late this week for more talks with by countries appealed for help Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President to rescue their citizens from the Mahmoud Abbas, resuming his intensive shuttle diplomacy after a mounting humanitarian crisis. Christmas break. Tit-for-tat violence between The United States is seeking to broker an agreement on a “twoMuslim Seleka rebels, who seized John Kerry state solution” in which Israel would exist peacefully alongside a new power in March, and Christian Palestinian state. Kerry wants the sides to agree to a framework for an self-defense militias have killed interim accord ahead of a deal in April, which would launch another year of talks aimed at a full-blown more than 1,000 people this peace treaty. A framework would demonstrate that progress is being made in talks that began in July, month in the riverside capital according to U.S. officials. Bangui and displaced hundreds A framework would touch on all the main issues, including security, the future of Jerusalem and the of thousands more. fate of refugees. A major step in that process is the release of about two dozen Palestinian prisoners on Fighting in the former French December 30, the third group to be freed since talks resumed in July. The release is seen by the United colony has surged in recent weeks States as a vital confidence-building measure. despite the presence of 1,600 But the plan for the release was overshadowed by an announcement by Israel on Friday that it intends French peacekeepers and nearto build 1,400 homes in Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank, a move Palestinian negotiator ly 4,000 African Union troops Saeb Erekat said the would “destroy the peace process” and could be met with retaliation. deployed under a U.N. mandate The Palestinians see the Jewish settlements as an obstacle to achieving a viable state in East Jeru- to protect civilians. Bangui was salem, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, territories Israel captured in the 1967 Middle East war. Most calm yesterday. countries consider Israel’s settlements there illegal. The ‘anti-balaka’ militia During his last visit to the region on December 13, Kerry said both sides remained committed have targeted Muslims they say to peace talks and were on course to wrap up an interim deal in April. have supported Seleka during

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Throughout his tenure, he Center. help Maliki boost his popular- of the al-Bu Alwan tribe, a showed a continued willingness tribe in Anbar to ity in the eyes of Shi’ites who major Sunni to back his policy priorities with THROUGH Alwani belongs, called had STEERING called on him to crack which DISASTER, RECESSION thepocketbook. government to release down on al Qaeda and on onhis within hours.as a CEO politicians they accused of enwas12elected Bloomberg guided New Alwani“He “Otherwise not be of couraging violence. Elections who ranweonwill a platform York through the years after the mayor able to restrain thedown, angry balancing masses areSeptember due in April. keeping crime 11, 2001, attacks, Ismailia. agency said. that could lead undesired budget, and to trying to take amidAuthorities fears that thehave shakenrecently city’s andthe State news agency Mena consequences,” he told Reuters. CURFEW IMPOSED intensified a crackdown on the control said several people werethat hurt of the schools. And economy could be devastated. Anbar’s provincial counmovement, which has been de- was by kind birdshot in the clashes in of it. 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TheofBrotherhood denied politics and public him a remarkably slim margin professor carrying out the attack. A opinion at Baruch College. of victory. Sinai-based Salafist-jihadist “New Yorkers elected a “That affected his legacy, group, Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis, himself because people will always mayor said itwho waspresented behind the bombwaswhich correctly perceived remember him as the person and ing, killed at leastto 15 a repudiation in many ways who got a third term against the bepeople. Mr Morsi’sMuzzio government said. peoples’ will,” said Norman Sie- of (Bloomberg),” the first to be democratically Votersinmay well- have tired gel, a civil liberties attorney and elected Egypt was toppled ofon Bloomberg’s approach, such 3 July following widespread asanti-Brotherhood his effort to bar restaurants, demonstrations.theaters and other busimovie then, thousands nessesSince from selling large sodas of Brotherhood members, includand sugary beverages. ingother its peacekeeping leadership, had been Personnel from the African The Union proposal failedput in on court, arrested and many trial. mission to Central African Republic (MISCA) ousted president whichThe said Bloomberg had over- is control a fighting crowd near theonairport, in on trial several charges, stepped his authority. the capital Bangui yesterday. (Credit: Reuters/ including incitement to mur“He had this idea that Andreea Campean) der. he knew what was best for However, many of those months of looting and killing everybody,” said Siegel. “I since March. With many Seleka who waited in the heat at don’t airport think hewere respected Muslimthe gunmen coming from Chad, its Bangui averageAfricans New Yorker’s ability who said citizens in particular have been Central to figure out what was in their singled out, prompting their gov- they were fleeing their majorihomeland for fear ernment to charter flights this ty-Christian best interest.” of reprisals. week to bring them home.

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Cubans can now buy new and used cars freely (BBC News) CUBANS are now able to buy modern cars freely for the first time since the revolution in 1959. Previously, Cubans had to get a government permit to buy new vehicles. That requirement has now been abolished but only a minority will benefit. The state has a monopoly on new car sales and is marking up prices by 400% or more. Freeing up car sales is the latest in a series of reforms in Communist-run Cuba. Until new regulations in 2011, people could only sell cars built before the 1959 revolution. For new cars, people needed a much-sought government

permit - a privilege mainly bestowed on senior officials, top athletes and artists. Permits were often traded on the black market for large sums of cash. Now, Cubans will no longer need the government’s approval to buy new cars from stateowned sellers. But prices remain out of reach for many. The BBC’s Sarah Rainsford, in Havana, says a new Peugeot 508 estate at a showroom in the Cuban capital is on sale for an extraordinary $262,000 (£160,000). That is eight times more than what it would cost in Brit-

ain, for example. And used cars are not much cheaper. Our correspondent says a five-year-old Peugeot 206 is priced at $85,000 (£52,000). The vast majority of people in Cuba earn a state wage of around $20 (£12) per month. The government says some of the profits from sales will go towards developing Cuba’s decrepit public transport system. ‘Freed up’ Following reforms adopted two years ago, Cubans could buy and sell used cars from each other, but had still to request authorisation from the government to purchase a new vehicle or a

second-hand one from state-controlled retailers. Priority for the permits was given to people “in positions of benefit to the government”, such as doctors and diplomats. From Friday, new regulations came into force allowing “the retail sale of new and used motorcycles, cars, vans, small trucks and mini buses for Cubans and foreign residents, companies and diplomats”. People who already have permits are expected to be given priority, however. And buyers will still need to purchase vehicles through state retailers. Cubans and foreigners will not be able to import their own cars.

2014 murder toll takes off with 7 in 2 days

In Princes Town, south Trinidad, a couple was found stabbed to death at their Inverness home.

By Gyasi Gonzales and Kim Boodram (Trinidad Express)SEVEN murders have been committed in the first two days of the new year. In 2013, the first murder

of the year did not occur until January 2. The murder toll in 2013 ended at 407. Murder #1: Pastor Casimir Khan, 52, who was shot dead at 2.45 a.m. on New Year’s Day when bandits stormed his Mausica,

Arima, home in search of a large gold chain Khan’s son, Ezra Khan, was wearing at the time, police said. From 2.45 a.m. on New Year’s Day, six other people were killed. Murders #2 and #3:

Forgotten hero: Unfulfilled promises break heart of bus driver who rescued Flight 331 passengers contact Golding, but Daryl Vaz, who was the minister of information and who also took part in that meeting, said all promises made to Howard by the Government of the day were kept. “When we met with her, she was asked what she wished for most, and that was for a trip to Disney World, which was facilitated by the Government through the Office of the Prime Minister,” Vaz, the member of parliament for West Portland, told The Gleaner.

Tyrone Thompson, Staff Reporter (The Gleaner) THE day after American Airlines Flight 331 overshot the runway at the Norman Manley International Airport and broke apart along the Palisadoes shoreline in Kingston in December 2009, bus driver Annette Howard became a ‘hero’, showered with praises and promises. But four years after the Jamaica Urban Transit Company driver helped rescue more than 100 injured passengers, she claims few of those promises have been fulfilled. “I don’t really want to talk ‘bout it, but a lot of things were promised and dem never happen,” Howard told The Gleaner in the days leading up to the December 22 anniversary. At the time, in 2009, she earned praises from various sections of society and even a meeting with Prime Minister Bruce Golding. “Mi remember him asking if mi not afraid to drive the bus, seeing say mi so small, ‘cause he would be afraid. But mi tell him mi might small, but mi have a big heart.”

Annette Howard, who assisted passengers of the American Airlines Flight 331 after it overshot the runway at the Norman Manley International Airport in 2009, shows off an award she received at King’s House in 2010. - Jermaine Barnaby/ Photographer HEARTBROKEN But Howard’s ‘big heart’ is now broken after what she says were the promises made to her that never came to fruition. “Ask him (Golding) about them - that a if him even remember me,” she lamented. The Gleaner was unable to

Residents block Coffee Beach clean-up : demand proper care By Nikita Braxton-Benjamin (Trinidad Express0 THE clean-up of Coffee Beach, La Brea, was stalled on Thursdayby residents who blockaded the road leading to the beachfront, demanding permanent relocation and treatment for medical ailments. Eighteen days ago, oil and bunker fuel spilled in the Gulf of Paria and began coming ashore between La Brea and Cedros. State-owned Petrotrin has reported steady progress in the clean-up of the oil, despite being prevented from accessing some of the coastline as a result of the protests which began on Monday at Point Sable Beach. Residents there also blocked access to the area, asking for permanent relocation and jobs on the clean-up projects, which pays $50 an hour. The protest led to Petrotrin officials meeting with residents to discuss the issues. However, residents at Coffee Beach said no official had met with them as a group, and they feared there would be long-term health problems to those breathing in the fumes from the spill.  The Express was told that most of the people in the area had developed sore throats and nausea. Fish vendors also complained that while fishing boat owners were compensated for the damage done to the boats as a result of the oil and bunker fuel, vendors got nothing. Resident Carlton Clint said the health of residents was his main concern since he had read about the effects of breathing in the fumes over an extended period of time.


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EXPOSING BISRAM’S DEEP-SEATED IGNORANCE

Editorial

NO RESPECT FOR THE DEAD!

MINISTER of Home Affairs Clement Rohee’s recent comments on the ugly state of the Le Repentir cemetery, echo sentiments that are similar to the numerous ones already made by citizens of almost every social strata. Given the indescribable, unbelievable state of the grounds of the dead, there can be no other sentiments except those that reflect utter disgust. Therefore, one can understand his feelings which he described as “very, very upset”, “disappointed” and “hurt” that “as a person who grew up in Georgetown…to see the extent to which the Le Repentir has degenerated into a mini-jungle”. Again, irrefutable, for all those who - like Mr. Rohee, recalled the halcyon days of the cemetery. That the final resting place of the departed is in an abysmal state is to put it mildly. It is vulgarly shocking to behold the hallowed environment in which the earthly remains of our family members, friends, et al, have been reposed. One remembers the days when the cemetery was pristine ground, punctiliously maintained by a dedicated staff who, on any given day, could have been found cutting the grass – grass cutters were unheard of in those days – with the simple scythe, cutlasses, and grass knives. They removed the grass from among the tombs, with an unerring thoroughness. All canals and allied drainage were freed of weed, and siltation was not a problem. The sides of the roadway, leading from the Princes Street and Louisa Row’s entrances, were adorned by two beautifully trimmed rows of low hedge on either side to add to the aesthetics. The roads that facilitated egress and ingress were properly maintained. On many an afternoon, visitors to the cemetery could have been seen placing flowers on the graves of their loved ones and sometimes sitting down to meditate in quiet solitude. Alas! Such was the Le Repentir Cemetery, serene and refreshingly clean, with only the sight of the graves being a reminder that the departed rests there. Of course, it is still the place of the dead, but which then because of its mandatory maintenance regime, made death look less frightening. But, look at this once showpiece of the former garden city: simple graves and mausoleums have disappeared amidst the thick, frightening jungle of firmly rooted trees; canals are choked; reptiles abound. Even the criminals, it is reported, now use its cover to part up the spoils from their many evil and murderous deeds. Before its gradual disappearance into the foreboding place that it has become, anyone from any of the strategic approaches to the cemetery could have had a clear view through the entire cemetery; or even from the point of walking around its entire area. This is no longer possible, since thick jungle obscures all clear visibility. Even the bridge has long disappeared from its Broad Street entrance, those at the Louisa Row and Sussex Street entrances, non-functional, while the others along the eastern Cemetery Road corridor are non-existent. It was a painful sight, during the land-filling phase at the dumpsite, to watch the tons of garbage that were constantly scattered among the graves. This was indeed the summit of all disrespect for the once well kept and tranquil place of the dead.

IN a letter published in Kaieteur News on Monday 23rd December, 2013, written by Vishnu Bisram, the writer raised certain issues which requires a response. In that letter, Mr. Bisram purports to polemise on the PPP’s electoral chances at the next elections and expresses the view that the PPP is labouring under some delusion about winning those elections. He argues that among the basis for this delusion are that the PPP has neglected its constituency; many officials have erred; the PPP’s campaign style was lewd; PPP officials are guilty of arrogance without any action taken against these officials by the party. Mr. Bisram has demonstrated a genuine and deep-seated lack of understanding of the role, function and ideology of the PPP. The PPP is, and from its inception, has always been a mass-based political movement dedicated to be the vanguard of each and every struggle to remove the working people from the chains of exploitation and poverty; to forge racial unity among our people and to remove class domination and discrimination in any form or fashion in our country. To achieve these objectives, the PPP has used, and will continue to use a scientific approach as an interpretive tool in its analysis. From its tried and tested foundational principles, the PPP has never and shall never resile. In the pursuit of its objectives, the PPP sees Executive Government merely as a means towards an end and not the end itself. It is our view that while we are in government, it makes it a little easier to achieve these ends. But whether in or out of government, those goals shall continue to be pursued. In this regard, we rely on our record over the last 60 years to vindicate us. Therefore, Mr. Bisram’s reduction of the PPP to that of an electoral machinery, merely interested in the winning of an

election, is a profound error which forms the genesis of every erroneous assertion he makes and flawed conclusions which he draws thereafter in his missive. For example, he argues that the PPP will not attract multi-racial support even if it increases public servants’ salaries. As a working-class party that has struggled valiantly for over 60 years for a liveable wage for workers, the PPP will never utilise salary increases as a political token to workers anywhere. We will always strive to pay the highest wage possible, provided that the economy can sustain and the treasury can afford it. The notion peddled that the party does not understand the reality on the ground is one that is said of political parties everywhere. The fundamental truth is that political activism is always a work in progress. The PPP recognises this reality and through its party machinery, is constantly engaged in such endeavours. Admittedly, the same way that political gains are made, while a party is in government because it is able to deliver goods and services, similarly, political losses are suffered when goods and services are not delivered or when officials, through no fault of their own, have to refuse demands, both reasonable and unreasonable, of political constituents because the treasury cannot afford it. Arrogance and neglect are the resultant rebuke. These are realities which all political parties in government must bear. The criticism levelled in respect of the campaign style employed at the last elections is one that has validity; both the President, Comrade Donald Ramotar and the General Secretary, Comrade Clement Rohee, have made statements recognising that mistakes were made in this regard. Public commitments have been made not to repeat these errors. Bisram credits the PNC in not deluding itself into thinking that it can win multi-racial support. According to him, “it

How many families, relatives and friends, both local and visiting, seeking to visit the graves of their loved ones, cannot, because of the mostly impassable growth of vegetation? From time to time, attempts have been made to do some amount of clearing of the very thick, heavy growth jungle. One recalls the Islamic community doing such a stint, which was largely a voluntary initiative, and commendable. There were also similar exercises done by guests of the state. But since these were neither continuous nor sustainably comprehensive, the status quo remains the same. There was even a meeting held under the aegis of the City Council at which it was suggested that overseas help be sourced! This may have been a well-meaning suggestion from whatever source, yet at the same time ridiculous since the answer lies with the relevant authorities – The Mayor and City Council (M&CC). Minister Rohee’s comments have been the strongest to date, uttered on the shameful and shocking state of the place of interment. Certainly, citizens must begin to lift their voices in vehement protest against the daily obscenity that has become Le Repentir Cemetery; there does appear to be an acceptance of the situation as the minister has opined, on the part of citizens. It is as if the resignation of an irretrievable situation has become a part of the general citizenry’s psyche. This will only result in the City Council continuing to make excuses and continuing their regime of gross neglect. It is time that all citizens, irrespective of social status and religious conviction, demand an end to this criminality of a burial site where most, some day, will finally rest.

fished where there were schools of fish…The PPP, on the other hand, fished where there were no fish, wasting bait and losing its cast-net.” As is stated above, one of the goals of our party is to strive to bring racial and working-class unity among our people. From the pursuit of this goal, we shall never depart. Unlike the PNC, we will never engage in ethnic and racial campaigning. We will continue to persevere to unite our people. So to Mr. Bisram, we plead guilty and we say that we will continue to fish where you think there is no fish even if we have to

waste more bait and lose more cast-nets. As the oldest and largest political party in Guyana, we owe that to our country and our people. The luxury of an alternative is simply not available to us. Unlike the PNC (APNU) and the AFC, we are not political fishermen. We are nationalist politicians championing the every cause of all of our people. Governmental power is simply a conduit through which we do this. It is not our ultimate destination. CLEMENT JAMES ROHEE General Secretary People’s Progressive Party

Democracy project could be remedied with quiet diplomacy I READ with sadness the story of the American Democracy Project, the Government of Guyana, the US Embassy and the Opposition. My sadness is based on the fact that the United States and Guyana, much over 20 years now, have enjoyed very friendly and respectful relations, growing closer as the years went by. But now this “Democracy Project” confusion seems to be negating all these close relations and diplomatic gains won over the last 20 years, without any vital interest of either Guyana or the United States being involved. This is the queerest diplomatic incident in Guyanese diplomatic history. This gauche situation could still be remedied with quiet diplomacy. And the elements of this quiet diplomacy could be (a) the Government of Guyana must be prepared to speak with the embassy on the Project. (b) The US embassy has to meaningfully discuss, with the Guyana Government, the Project Document and to make adjustments to those parts of it which could arguably be not in consonance with the Guyana Constitution and its Conventions. (c) The US Embassy has to use its

diplomatic skills to exorcise the widespread perception that it has been manoeuvred into the Opposition camp and also, if possible, to restrain Opposition personnel from bragging about the contacts and conversations they have had with the highest embassy officials. (d) The US Embassy could have consultations with the Opposition, but these must be positive and open and this could do damage control and expel the perception of confabulations with the Opposition and being manoeuvred into their camp. (e) The US embassy must emphatically reiterate that it has no intentions of interfering in Guyana’s internal affairs. This could be done immediately since it is standard diplomatic relations. (f) All parties in any way involved should only communicate to the media by way of media releases. This could prevent inadvertent or planned media misunderstandings. If this is done, the project could be saved; the diplomatic skills of no one would be impugned and Guyana-US relations would be back on the rails in unruffled equilibrium. J. J. FORDE

$300M project smacks of the infamous ‘30 pieces of silver’

THE dialectic approach adopted by Alan Fenty in reaching a questionable conclusion on the matter of sovereignty has nothing to do with his feigned claim on the merit of deposition adopted by Dr Roger Luncheon in criticising the US Ambassador, Brendt Hardt, for what can only be an audacious assault on the authority of the cabinet of this country. This display of defiance is plainly obnoxious and should be condemned by all proud Guyanese. Selling ourselves short has been the bane of Guyanese and in this particular case of $300M project smacks of the infamous “30 pieces of silver”. Our sovereignty is not for sale, dear Alan: what about undermining of the legitimacy of the PPP government, which history and experience of US interference in the politics of this country during the early 1960s, through the use of funding Opposition parties in circuituous manner, the $300M Hardt project has aroused grave suspicions. DAVID DeGROOT


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Is Guyana about to repeat its tragic past? IT boggles the mind why all those lawyers in the Opposition, including leader of the AFC, Mr. Khemraj Ramjattan and “Dr. Know It All”, Christopher Ram who, as part of their legal studies would have studied a fair amount of Public International Law, would support the American Ambassador’s public declaration that he will ignore a decision of Guyana’s Cabinet of Ministers. In that course, they would have learnt that the principles of national sovereignty and non-interference in the internal affairs of a country. They would have learnt that those are two of the most fundamental principles of Public International Law. They would have learnt that no foreign diplomat can challenge the authority of a democratically elected government. Why then is the US ambassador, who certainly knows that his public challenge to the authority of the Guyana Government is against all established diplomatic rules and conventions, continues to ignore a decision of a legitimately elected government? And most importantly, why is the Opposition so strong in their support of the US Ambassador in his blatant act of disregard for Guyana’s sovereignty? Those who are old enough or are knowledgeable enough about Guyana’s political history would not find it difficult to answer the questions posed above. It is simply the beginning of a replay of the US intervention into Guyana’s internal politics in the 1960s. The difference may lie only in the purpose of the intervention. The geopolitics of South America has changed. The two largest countries of South America, Venezuela and Brazil, are

no longer governed by puppet regimes of the US. Any attempt to install such regimes in these two countries as was recently demonstrated in Venezuela, will not only be hugely expensive, but also doomed to failure. This is where the strategic importance of Guyana to the US comes in. Get it? Guyana is uniquely and strategically placed between these two countries. How else then can the Americans ensure that they regain a firm foothold on the border of these countries without making Guyana a pawn in their geopolitics? The answer is a simple one. Go back to their old and trusted friends – the PNC, now baptised the APNU, and the cash-strapped AFC who is willing to play the role of the long disintegrated United Force (UF). Over the past few years the world has borne witness to this sort of intervention in quite a few countries in the Arab world, democratising them. The results of those interventions are seen every day on televisions worldwide. The American Government have converted stable and prosperous societies into war zones and living hell for tens, if not hundreds of millions. All of those countries have been thrown back decades in terms of their development. The methods used in those countries are similar to those currently being used by the US Ambassador to Guyana, that is, supporting and building the capacity of reactionary Opposition forces which cannot gain power through the ballot box. Don’t forget that the APNU and AFC, whose capacities the US Ambassador wants to build, are the ones who for two consecutive years cut from the national budget all major infrastructural and investment projects that

were designed to lay the foundations of a bright and prosperous Guyana. We Guyanese for the most part are intelligent people who want to live in a peaceful, democratic society governed by the rule of law. We must therefore guard against a few power-hungry individuals who are willing to sell even their mothers for the sake of political power. Such selling out is nothing strange to those individuals. When the PPP was in power in the early 60s, they(power-hungry individuals), betrayed their mother (Guyana) for the sake of political power. We are yet

to recover from the effects of that betrayal. The PPP is once again in power and those very individuals are at it again. If we cannot stop a replay of this tragic episode in our history, Guyana would be destroyed forever. Do we want Guyana to be the Egypt, Tunisia, Libya or Syria of South America? The people of Guyana, through a democratic process elected a President to make decisions on their behalf. His name is Mr. Donald Ramotar, not Mr. Brent Hardt. FARUK MOHAMED

GOING MAD WITH NOISE I WISH to refer to a letter in the Guyana Chronicle (3.1.2014) captioned: “Not only along Sheriff Street, but all over Kitty as well”, written by a citizen begging and pleading with the authorities to put a full stop to lawlessness, but it seems they are incapable of doing what they are hired to do. This part of your letter caught me when the letter writer said: “No one cares about the citizens of this country. Why are these heartless monsters being allowed to take away people’s health like this? Tonight is another session and Saturday and

Pleased with the positive reports coming from Amerindian Affairs Minister THE Honourable Minister of Amerindian Affairs, in an article that appeared in the Chronicle on January 1, 2014, said that 2013 was “a good year for the Indigenous people”. I grew up at Anna Regina in Region 2, and have had the opportunity to spend much time with the Amerindians at Tapakuma and Mainstay Lakes between 1950 and 1981. I also worked as a Ranger and as an Overseer with the Drainage and Irrigation Department in Region 2, and my responsibilities included the Dawa Pump Station and the conservancy, which included the Main Canal, Capoey, Mainstay and Tapakuma Lakes. Drainage and Irrigation hired many Amerindians to maintain the Dawa Pump Station and the various canals and lake tributaries in the Tapakuma Irrigation Scheme. These areas are truly

beautiful and I enjoyed visiting the Amerindian communities and to see firsthand their way of life. My work allowed me to associate often with many Amerindians, and I found them to be truly able-bodied, tough, resourceful, hard-working and stable. They are most competent, more especially with a cutlass and with an axe. They walk for miles every day and can work all day without food. They never complain and they work with unity and cooperation and their work is always the best. During the PNC regime, especially when basic food items were scarce, Amerindians suffered the most. I saw starvation and severe hardships in the Amerindian communities. Many families were forced to move out from these Lake communities in search of a better way of life. I last visited the Dawa

Pump Station, Tapakuma, Mainstay and Capoey Lakes in 2007, and I was very happy to see much progress in these large Amerindian communities, especially in terms of population growth, housing, education and health. Without a doubt, not only 2013, but the past decade has been good for the indigenous peoples. Having spent a great part of my life with the Amerindians in the Tapakuma area, and having witnessed firsthand the hardships these great people suffered under the PNC regime, I am pleased with the positive report coming from the Amerindian Affairs Minister, Ms Pauline Sukhai. Now, thousands of Guyanese visit these beautiful lakes every year, especially the Mainstay Lake resort. MOHAMED MAJEED United States    

Sunday and every night these people are allowed to harass and torment others while they and their families are in their homes safe from this torment. Will someone in authority, someone with feelings, I mean someone who has people’s welfare at heart do something about this brutal continuous attack of noise abuse? “ My God, my family in Kitty said it was so nice and peaceful for Christmas, but then things were building up real massive for Old Year’s night. My family said they wished they had money to go somewhere else where it would be peaceful and quiet. The bombs going off, the loud “boom boom” music blasting and then the passing PRIVATE cars with their “boom boom”. Imagine a car passing at 4 am in Garnett Street, Newtown, Kitty could be heard in Station Street, Kitty. Why is this happening? My family is pleading with me to write the government since my sister–in-law had to go to the hospital for an ear problem on Old Year’s Night. My family is very peaceful people and are going mad with the noise. I feel so sad for my family since we can’t do anything about it. I have to keep talking to my brother who wanted to take matters into his own hands. He would be jailed for life if he were allowed to do what he wanted like how others are doing what they want, whenever they want. Guyana is a sad place to be. TED KING


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APNU proposes a new ‘social contract’ - to promote national unity, foster economic development

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) is proposing a new ‘social contract’ in order to promote national unity, ensure human safety and foster economic development in Guyana. APNU, in a statement yesterday, said the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) administration has demonstrated that it is incapable of solving the country’s current crises on its own. As such, it proposes a new ‘social contract’ by which the major sections of society – including the government; political Opposition; trade unions; private sector and civil society – can come together to seek agreement on a broad national programme to move the country forward. “A ‘social contract’ could be the main means of combining the talents of a wider constituency and of creating the conditions for social cooperation and economic progress,” the main Opposition party in Parliament stated. It said “the three-fold purpose of such a contract” would be to reach a broad consensus on the goals of national development; to establish a sustainable institutional architecture and to create effective policy instruments for the achievement of the objectives of the ‘contract.’ APNU now calls on the PPP/C administration to honour its obligations to: **         undertake and continue tripartite consultations

with workers’ and employers’ organisations in order to promote increased production and productivity in accordance with The Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas Establishing the Caribbean Community; **        establish, in accordance with CARICOM’s Charter of Civil Society for the Caribbean Community, “… a framework for genuine consultation among the social partners in order to reach common understandings on and support for the objectives, contents and implementation of national economic and social programmes and their respective roles and responsibilities in good governance”, and, **         strengthen the mechanisms for tripartite consultation in accordance with ILO Convention No. 150 on Labour administration, 1978 that provides for an effective system of Labour Administration. These functions and responsibilities can be coordinated properly with the participation of workers and employers and their organisations. APNU also calls on the PPP/C to seriously re-examine the prospects for the future relationship between citizens and the state. It proposes that a new ‘social contract’ be agreed upon in order to address Guyana’s pressing political, economic and social problems and to foster greater unity, security and progress.

Kuru Kuru Centre curriculum to be upgraded this year By Clifford Stanley THE Ministry of Culture,Youth and Sport (CYS) will this year intensify its efforts to fine-tune and upgrade the curriculum of the Kuru Kuru Training Centre on the Soesdyke/Linden Highway, as well as to accommodate more students to the residential training programmes there. Students at the New Opportunity School on the Essequibo Coast will be exposed to the curriculum of the Training Centre as part of the programme for equipping them with skills to make them employable after they leave the institution. Work is also ongoing on the formulation of the National Youth Policy, with the assistance of two consultants from Barbados. These disclosures were made by Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport, Dr. Frank Anthony, while reporting on some of the work of Minister the Youth Department in 2013, Dr. Frank Anthony yesterday. He said the ministry turned out some 250 graduates from the Kuru Kuru Training Centre last year. These youths had received training in various skills, including carpentry, masonry and motor mechanics. . A major feature had been the programme to ensure that regardless of their trade, they were given the additional skill of driving a motor vehicle . He said that a motor car had been acquired and the centre had collaborated with the police to enable graduates to acquire their drivers’ licences before graduation. This was done because the ministry saw driving as a very important skill and an additional means to make them employable. He said the ministry had also held successful non-residential skill training courses for youths at a centre at Sophia, and another at Vryman’s Erven in New Amsterdam, Berbice. During 2013, some 120 youths graduated from Sophia and 50

from the centre at New Amsterdam. He said that most of the trainees had been school drop-outs. They had received stipends during training, which encouraged them to attend the courses. They were all attached as apprentices to various organisations, thus acquiring a means of obtaining employment after training. Minister Anthony disclosed that the ministry is currently receiving assistance from the Canadian Government in fine-tuning and expanding the curriculum of the Kuru Kuru centre. The work was done in 2013 by a Canadian volunteer who has since submitted a master plan which is now being looked at. He said that salient recommendations are quite likely to be taken on board in the thrust to make the centre more effective in equipping youths with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to making a meaningful contribution to national development. With respect to the National Youth Policy, he said that the ministry had established an advisory group which has been working with the consultants on issues relating to youth. The team has held extensive consultations with various stakeholders across Guyana, and has produced a draft National Youth Policy which is currently being refined.

Body of unidentified man found at Liliendaal

THE police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of an unidentified man, whose body was found with injuries to his head at about 11:40 hrs yesterday, at Liliendaal, East Coast Demerara. The deceased is of African Descent, appears to be in his 40s, medium built, dark complexion, about 5’8” height, long dreadlocks, and was clad in a brown and black striped jersey and a ¾ blue jeans. The body is at the Lyken Funeral Parlour.

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Authorities foil plan to infiltrate prison with ammunition THE Ministry of Home Affairs disclosed, yesterday, that it has been informed by the prison authorities of an attempt by persons, bent on derailing law and order in Guyana, to infiltrate the prison’s security by smuggling several rounds of ammunition into the Georgetown Prison. A release said that it is not the first time such attempts have been made and uncovered, thanks to the alert ranks of the Guyana Prison Service. Further, the ministry said it is aware that, for some time now, it is rumoured, that a firearm or components of a firearm have been smuggled into the Georgetown Prison. The ministry and the Guyana Prison Service wishes to reassure the general public that no effort will be spared to uncover and find any illegal firearm or components thereof at any prison location. “Nefarious plans and conspiracies, hatched in or out of prisons to disrupt the peace and good order in our society, will be exposed and disrupted,” the ministry assured.

Previously refused petitioners granted bail SIX petitioners, previously refused bail by magistrates, secured the grant yesterday. Acting Chief Justice Ian Chang, before whom the applications were made, granted the petitions in the total sum of $1,175,000. Following are the offences for which the applicants are charged and the surety they have been ordered to lodge: * Adeva Munroe, trafficking in narcotics - $200,000; * Subase Baldeo, robbery under arms - $50,000; * Howard Ramberose, robbery under arms - $100, 000; * Hosea Hopkinson, rape of a child under 16 years old $250, 000; * Odeba Semple, causing death by dangerous driving$375,000 and * Ryan Hayes, unlawful possession of firearm without a licence - $200, 000.

Three wounded in Ghetto Flex Bar shooting THREE persons were shot and injured when a quarrel turned violent early yesterday morning in ‘Ghetto Flex Bar’ at Albouys and James Streets, Albouystown, Georgetown. Police said it happened about 01:45 hrs when Andy Bharrat, 39, of Albouys Street, became involved in an argument with a group of men at the bar. During the verbal exchanges, the men pulled out firearms and discharged several rounds that resulted in Bharrat being wounded in his back. Nikita Glasgow, 28, of East Ruimveldt and Courtney Sandy, 28, of Light Street, also in the city, were struck on their left feet. Bharrat has been admitted to a private hospital while the other two victims were treated at the Georgetown Public Hospital (GPH) and sent away. Investigations into the incidents are in progress and the business place where they occurred remained closed yesterday. The owners were not around and nearby residents declined to speak to the media. (Michel Outridge) *******************************************

Man detained after unlicensed gun find

A MAN has been detained after Police found an unlicensed shotgun in his possession on December 31, 2013, at Cuyuni. Police said, about 13:30 hrs on December 31, ranks of a roving patrol at Arimu, Cuyuni, conducted a search on the man in whose possession was the 12-gauge firearm and one cartridge.  


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Old Kai: Chronicles of Guyana

NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS? - Hammie admits he is collecting money under false pretence - TIGI admits it is not fit to speak on topics of corruption, transparency

OLD Kai saw the media headline and baulked! Could it really be possible that after all these years, our eternal Mayor of Georgetown had finally summed up the courage to admit that he has failed our City and failed miserably at that and ask for forgiveness from citizens? Was this one of his New Year’s resolution as part of trying to find peace within him and if not correct at least admit his many wrongs? It is interesting to note that at the height of his political power in this country three decades ago when his party was in Government, Guyana was at its lowest. So why should we be surprised that ever since he became eternal Mayor of Georgetown in 1993, he has presided over the gradual decline of our Capital City.  Upon reading his most recent rantings in the media in what is considered to be increasingly frail attempts to stay relevant all my questions were answered. In true Hammie style, he blamed everyone for the state of Georgetown from the workers, businessmen, citizens, Town Clerk, Ministers and the Government, except of course himself. So his worship has officially abandoned any responsibility for our Capital City, yet every month like a homage he goes to the bank to ensure his hefty salary and many perks is delivered compliments of the Citizens of Georgetown who have been paying him for the past two decades to effectively manage Georgetown. Since His Highness likes to throw out challenges, Old Kai would like to throw out one of his own; since as Mayor of Georgetown you are not responsible for the Capital City; can you say why are you collecting a salary under the premise that you actually are responsible for GT? Isn’t this more like collecting money under false pretense? I hope the Guyana Police Force fraud squad is taking note as clearly

our local chapter of Transparency International and their Opposition handlers will not. Why should they, after all the President of the Transparency Institute is no other than Mr. Anand Goolsaran, who was Auditor General of Guyana when Mr. Hamilton Green was Prime Minister under the PNC Dictatorship. Mr. Goolsaran could not produce one single

Mayor Hamilton Green

Mr. Anand Goolsaran

audited report when Hammie and the PNC were in Government; so forgive me if I do not have any hope that he would do so now. TIGI CONFIRMS Still on TIGI, Old Kai observed their response in the media to the Bishop regarding the secretive compilation of their ‘perception report on corruption.’ According to the local handlers, they are not

Home Affairs convenes meeting on accidents, traffic congestion THE Ministry of Home Affairs, in response to public alarm over road accidents, fatalities and traffic congestion, as well as its own concerns, convened a meeting on January 2, 2014, involving the Guyana National Road Safety Council (GNRSC), the Guyana Police Force (GPF) and the Guyana Minibus Association. The purpose was to discuss those matters and come up with recommendations on the way forward, according to a statement from the ministry yesterday. It said the meeting was informed that the main causes of fatal accidents in 2013 was speeding, inattentiveness and driving under the influence of alcohol. The majority of victims were pedestrians with the involvement of private vehicles occurring between midday and evening hours, between evening hours to midnight on Sundays and Fridays involving young drivers ranging in age from 16 to 24 years and 25 to 33 years. In this connection, it was agreed that, with this information in hand, there should be more targeted enforcement by the GPF and education programmes by the GNRSC. Special programmes are to be organised for young driv-

ers in particular and night clubs are to be closely monitored by GPF ranks making greater use of close circuit television (CCTV) footage to address delinquent drivers and other road users. The GPF is to set realistic targets with a view to reducing fatal and other road accidents in general, the statement said. It said the meeting was informed that between 2010 and 2013, the Ministry procured and delivered, to the GPF, 18 breathalyser machines with printers and 400 mouthpieces as well as 29 radar guns. Additionally, the meeting analysed several recommendations recently advanced by A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) and found them agreeable and implementable in principle. Consequently, those recommendations were assigned to various stakeholders for further consideration as regards implementation, having regard to their respective capacities and competencies to do so. The statement said it was further agreed that a National Conference on Road Safety will be convened, early in the year, bringing together all stakeholders in the campaign to uphold road safety throughout Guyana.

Essequibo teen attempts suicide after ‘girlfriend’ rejected him - 17-yr-old now battling for life in hospital

SEVENTEEN-YEAR-OLD Rico Persaud, of Walton Hall, who ingested a quantity of deadly poison, is battling for his life in the Suddie Hospital. Reports said the teenager had attended a birthday party at Paradise Village, also on the Essequibo Coast and tried to commit suicide after a girl, with whom he is in love, rejected him.

It is reported that the spurned teen, who was drinking alcoholic beverages, went to a shop in Paradise which sells insecticides and pesticides and purchased a bottle which he consumed in anger. Friends and relatives rushed him to the hospital where he remains under observation. His is the first attempted suicide in the region for the new year.

involved or have no input in putting together the annual report on Guyana but rather ‘the CPI is based on experts’ opinions of public sector corruption in Guyana. So all along Old Kai was made to believe that these local people were the ‘experts’ meaning they were ‘an authority’ or have ‘the ability’ to pronounce definitively on the scope of their focus which is public sector corruption and transparency. Their admission that they have no idea what they are really doing simply confirms the contention of Government and several other stakeholders all along. This revealing information will serve to further confirm in the minds of citizens that the TIGI was a creation of Opposition elements who are using it to attack and discredit Guyana’s international image in their bitter efforts to seek revenge against the PPP/C Government. However, as the old saying goes, ‘don’t cut your nose to spite your face’ these people have ignored the fact that their actions are hurting the people of Guyana including their very own supporters. The same can be said for their cutting of the National Budget for two consecutive years, their efforts to force a 22% increase in electricity rates on consumers, their attack on national projects and of course their refusal to support Government’s Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism amendment bill which ironically would have gone a far way in fighting corruption and improving transparency. As a result of the opposition action, this country was blacklisted and this no doubt will fuel the perception of corruption as contained in the CPI report. But when the opposition refused to support the amendment, the local chapter of Transparency International was silent. What a tangled web we weave.

Heavy, consistent rainfall causes serious flooding in Cozier By Rajendra Prabhulall HEAVY, consistent rainfall over the past few days has caused serious flooding of farms in the Cozier Agriculture Scheme on the Essequibo Coast. One cash crop farmer, Carl Roberts, said his and several others are flooded with some six inches of water that have overflowed from drainage trenches. He said a plot of 10 acres that is planted with water melons, pumpkins and corn, by himself and family members, Goberdhan, Orlando, Roy and Sylvester, has perished in the flood. Roberts said the watermelon plants were growing well and about to start bearing when the flood came.  He said one tin of water melon seeds cost him some $10,000 and he estimated the loss on the 10-acre plot to be more than $3M. Roberts said he and all the rest of farmers depend on the farms for their livelihoods and a report was made to the Agriculture Office at Anna Regina. Meanwhile, another Cozier farmer, Darrel Benn, said he has lost some three acres of young red peas plants and several fields with suckers and cassava plants are also flooded in the very fertile Cozier area.


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Funeral today for Chief Librarian By Leroy Smith

THOMPSON family members, staffers of the National Library, Education Ministry personnel and other sympathisers Thursday evening participated in a candlelight vigil in honour of the late Chief Librarian, Ms Gillian Thompson, who was killed in an accident at the corner of North Road and Shiv Chanderpaul Drive, Bourda, Georgetown, on December 24. The vigil, at the scene of the accident, saw scriptural verses being read and religious songs being sung. Thompson was heading from her home to her office to join the National Library staff in embarking on a toy distribution exercise in a section of the city. She was at the time travelling in the vehicle owned by the library. As her vehicle approached the junction of North Road and Shiv Chanderpaul Drive, a speeding car heading north along Shiv Chanderpaul Drive slammed her vehicle into the rail of the nearby bridge, while the car ended up in the trench nearby. Ms Thompson had been heading the National Library for some time, and her presence as chief librarian has spearheaded several innovative programmes at the country’s flagship library. She will be laid to rest today. Her body will be available for viewing at Merriman’s Funeral Home at Lime and Bent Streets, Werk-en-Rust, from 12:30 hrs to 13:00 hrs. The body will then be moved to the Trinity Methodist Church at Leopold and High Streets for tributes at 13:30 hrs, prior to burial at the Methodist Church ground at Plaisance, East Coast Demerara.

Candles are lit at the vigil for Gillian Thompson on Thursday night

GRC Florida Inc donates G$1.1M to local orgnisation By Michel Outridge THE Guyana Relief Council (GRC), on Thursday, received a G$1.1M donation from its sister organisation GRC Florida Inc. The handing over ceremony took place at the GRC’s Georgetown Head Office. GRC Florida Inc. was established in 2006 and has been holding an annual gala, with the funds garnered from this event being donated to the local body. GRC Treasurer Barbara Walrond, after receiving the monetary gift, said she is truly appreciative of the support of GRC Florida Inc., which allows the Guyana establishment to fulfill its mandate of caring and sharing with those persons whose places of abode were either destroyed or compromised by disaster. The contribution also helps to meet the needs of persons in difficult circumstances. The staff, executive members and volunteers of GRC expressed their heartfelt gratitude to GRC Florida Inc. for the kind gesture, she added. Meanwhile, Secretary of the GRC Florida Inc., Joan Jonas said she was delighted to be here and conveyed greetings from the overseas based members and founder. She said she got involved in the annual gala dinner several years ago when she began selling tickets for a friend and, after sometime, she was encouraged to become a member of the board of directors. Jonas said she, like others in the team, have been raising funds through their annual gala dinner for the chapter in Guyana.

Jonas, Walrond, GRC Adviser Bernice Mansell, Vice Chairman Maurice Amres, Treasurer Adele Butts and Assistant Secretary Suparna Bera-Narine, took the visitors on a tour of the temporary shelter, which accommodates persons displaced by fires or natural disasters at the rear of the Ruimveldt, Georgetown compound. The GRC, a charitable non-governmental organisation (NGO) has, for the past 20 years, reached out to meet the needs of disaster victims throughout Guyana. Ever mindful of the difficult circumstances experienced by persons other than disaster victims, GRC regularly provides assistance

in needy situations. To date, the Shelter Administrator and the Welfare Committee have gone out in the field to render assistance to victims of high winds along the East Coast Demerara. The Committee, as is customary during the holidays, has provided hampers for Evergreen Nightingale Club and the Ogle Community Centre annual old/needy folks Christmas cheer. For 2013, the GRC assisted 330 people whose homes were destroyed by fire, aided another 11 victims of high winds and assisted 109 persons in difficult situations.

SENT BARRELS She mentioned that Laparkan also made it possible for them to have sent barrels hassle-free to Guyana and expressed thanks to the company. Mrs. Jonas, who was accompanied by her husband, Dr. Cecil

‘TIMELY DONATION’: Secretary of the GRC Florida Inc. Joan Jonas (centre) as she presented the cheque to GRC member, Barbara Walrond (third from right) flanked by other members of both chapters of the GRC. (Adrian Narine photo)

Region 2 gets excavators to improve drainage

The new mini-excavator machines parked in the Regional Engineering compound at Anna Regina

THE regional administration in Region 2, (Pomeroon/Supenaam), has received four new mini-excavators from the Government through the National Drainage and Irrigation Authority (NDIA), to improve drainage in residential and housing areas on the Essequibo Coast. Regional Chairman, Mr. Parmanand Persaud said the machines will be used to provide residents with proper drainage. He said he would be meeting with officials of the Anna Regina Town Council and the five Neighbourhood Democratic Councils (NDCs), shortly, to discuss plans for putting the machines into operation. Persaud said the focus will be to clear all the drains within the residential and housing areas and warned that earthen and concrete bridges over drainage trenches that do not have pipes or tubes with the required circumference will be dug out. He called on the Town Council and NDC officials to alert residents and said the machines will be supervised by the regional administration and the NDIA. (Prabhulall)


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GuySuCo needs a good year - Ramsammy

SUGAR production came in at 186,500 tonnes for 2013 and 2014’s target has been set at 230,000 tonnes. Minister of Agriculture Dr. Leslie Ramsammy, told the Guyana Chronicle that the new target is possible and stressed that the Guyana Sugar Company (GuySuCo) needs a good year, particularly as it relates to addressing the cash flow challenges it currently faces. He explained that contrary to the Kaieteur News article earlier this week, under the headline: “GuySuCo in deep financial crisis”, a good year can see the company’s debts being cleared. The report stated that GuySuCo owed“banks and suppliers in excess of $10.5B” at the close of 2013. Ramsammy pointed out that while the sum owed seems large to the average person, GuySuCo’s financial transactions are dealings that feature around the billion-dollar mark. He added that another consideration in understanding the company’s debts is the fact that whether or not the company has a good year, it has to pay workers’ salaries and incentives, the latter being the focus of a massive protest action in the sugar belt in December. Minister Dr Leslie Ramsammy WEATHER CHALLENGE He acknowledged the criticism in the sugar sector’s ability to realise a turn around, but made it clear that the one factor in the turn around that is being ignored by critics is the weather challenge. “There are changes that have to be made and in the long-term strategy the changes will have to take into consideration the fact that the regular grinding season has to respond to the weather challenges,” Ramsammy said. Guyana used to have two wet and two dry seasons of a particular length, on a regular basis, but that has changed. Sugar requires a period of 14 to 20 weeks of completely dry weather during grinding. “In the last few years, the one major single factor affecting sugar has been the weather,” he said.

The sugar sector has dropped from Guyana’s number one economic contributor, a spot it relinquished to the rice sector, and is now the third main local economic earner, behind gold. Currently, during the off-grinding season, workers are busy with planting and preparation efforts, while factories are undergoing maintenance works. The Skeldon and Enmore factories are expected to begin full operations in the third week of January, while the other factories will do so in the first week of February.

Region 2 farmers battling major crop losses By Vanessa Narine

AS much as 120 acres of rice could be lost after a breach in Airy Hall’s main drainage dam flooded some 350 acres of rice lands in Region 2 (Pomeroon/Supenaam). And General Secretary of the Guyana Rice Producers Association (GRPA), Dharamkumar Seeraj, told the Guyana Chronicle that an assessment is under way to determine the exact losses. He said, “Right now we are looking at 120 acres. This is young rice. The older rice was able to handle being under water for a little longer. We are going to be doing an assessment to determine exactly how much we lost.” The GRPA head explained that, depending on the rice variety sown, the rice lands could withstand major damage for up to 36 hours. BREACH SEALED He added that the breach has since been sealed and residents are dealing with the aftermath of the flooding. “The break in the rainfall helped, so what we are seeing now is the water receding,” Seeraj said. The Ministry of Agriculture, in addition, is continuing to monitor the situation.

Accused phone thieves refused bail By Geeta Rampersaud JAMAL Younge (no address given) was on Tuesday last refused bail on a larceny from the person charge, by Magistrate Faith Mc Gusty. The 23-year-old defendant pleaded not guilty to the offence, particulars of which said that on Friday, December 27, in Albouystown, Georgetown, he stole one “Touch Smart” phone, valued $70,000, from Nikesha Chew. Attorney-at-law Mr. Paul Fung-a-Fat, representing the defendant pro bono, requested

that he be placed on a special programme after the defendant offered an explanation that did not correspond with his plea. Younge stated that his son suffers from a “head cold” and does not have anyone to assist him financially. The case was put off to January 21, 2014. Younge was one of two 23-year-olds who suffered the same fate in that court. The other, Chavez Alves, of Lot 624 West Ruimveldt, Georgetown, is charged with robbery with aggravation but was not required to plead to

Asthma patient fined, for community service as well MARK Blackman, of Lot 292 ‘B’ Field Sophia, Greater George-

town was on Monday last fined $3,000 and ordered to do 30 hours community service at the Brickdam Police Station by Magistrate Faith McGusty. The penalties were imposed on him after he admitted that, on Tuesday, December 24, in Water Street, he had two grammes of cannabis sativa (marijuana) in his possession. His lawyer, Mr. Paul Fung-a-Fat, told the magistrate that the defendant is an asthma patient and uses the prohibited substance as medication.

the charge, particulars of which said on Friday, December 27, at Kingston, in Georgetown, being in the company of others, he robbed Hoosay Mackenzie of two cellular phones and $6,000 cash making a total loss of $26,000 to the victim and, at the time, during or after, made use of personal violence against him. Police Corporal Seon Blackman, prosecuting, told the

court that the crime was committed at the Kingston seawall by the accused and two others who were previously remanded. The prosecutor successfully objected to pre-trial liberty for the accused as well, pointing out that the cash was found on Alves and he was positively identified by the virtual complainant. The case will be called, again, on January 7, 2014.

Grievous bodily harm defendant on $100,000 bail

ORIELLE Fiedtkou, an excavator operator, of Lower Kara Kara, along the Soesdyke/Linden Highway, was put on $100,000 bail last Monday when he appeared before Magistrate Faith Mc Gusty charged with inflicting grievous bodily harm. He denied the allegation that he committed the offence on Joseph Cornelius on Christmas Day at Mackenzie, Linden. Police Corporal Renetta Bentham, prosecuting, did not object to pre-trial freedom but asked that the defendant be placed on a bond to be on good behaviour pending the outcome of the case.  The prosecutor said the virtual complainant suffered injuries to the left side of his temple. Defence counsel Peter Hugh claimed Fiedtkou had been in custody for more than 72 hours. The case has been put off to January 9.

Works on Hope Canal continue apace to meet new deadline By Vanessa Narine MINISTER of Agriculture Dr. Leslie Ramsammy has given the assurance that works on the Hope Canal are continuing at an encouraging pace, with three of the project’s four components almost complete. “If we stay on schedule, unless we have very bad weather, we are going to complete work by February 2014. The only thing left will be minor works, landscaping and such,” he said. Ramsammy stated that the bridge and related roadway have been completed and ready for use, with minor works remaining. The head regulator, he said, is well over 80 per cent complete. “It is in a state of readiness. All that is left is that we need to fit the regulator with the doors, ” the minister said. Ramsammy said work is progressing on the third component, the 10-kilometre channel from the East Demerara Water Conservancy (EDWC) and the conservancy head regulator – but explained that these works require the outfall sluice to be completed before they can be finished. He said, “The canal itself has some work still to be done and the shaping of the dams is about 75 per cent complete.” The last and major component, the Hope Canal’s outfall sluice, the eight-gate sluice at the canal’s Atlantic end, has seen much work completed in the last month. “The expectation last year was that we would not have been able to complete the sluice in 2013,” Ramsammy said, “There is, however, some light at the end of the tunnel.” He pointed out that the work plan agreed with the construction firm, Courtney Benn Contracting Services, is a six-tranche plan to ensure completion by February, 2014. The construction firm is expected to be saddled with the liquidated damages penalty clause from January 1, in light of the fact that works went over the December 31 deadline. Ramsammy maintained that despite the challenges, the Hope Canal project will be delivered within cost, using the skills of local contractors. Construction on the project began in February 2011 with an estimated 18 months for completion, and the deadline for the project was initially set for June of this year, but was subsequently extended to the end of August, then extended again to December 31, and now to the first quarter of 2014.

Miner remanded on unlawful possession of gun charge

MINER William Simon, of Princeville, Village, Mahdia, Potaro, was remanded to prison on Monday last when he appeared before Magistrate Faith McGusty, charged with unlawful possession of a firearm on Christmas Day. He pleaded not guilty to the charge that said on Wednesday, December 25, at Lot 111 Mahdia, he had a 12-gauge single-barrelled shotgun, without being the holder of a licence. Police Corporal Seon Blackman, prosecuting, informed the Court that two policemen saw the defendant passing by the Mahdia Station with a salt bag on his back and acting in a suspicious manner. He said a search was carried out on him and the gun was found. WILLIAM SIMON Successfully objecting to bail, the prosecutor cited the seriousness of the offence and the penalty attached. Consequently, pre-trial freedom was refused and Simon has to make his next appearance on January 9.


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Accused in cheques forgery case remanded By Geeta Rampersaud TWENTY-FIVE-YEAR-OLD labourer Quincy July, of Lot 215 East Ruimveldt, Georgetown, was remanded to prison

on Monday when he appeared before Magistrate Faith McGusty to answer three charges of forgery. He was not required to

plead to the charges which said: * on Friday, December 27, in Georgetown, with intent to defraud, he uttered a forged

document to Roopnarine Tiwari, a Republic Bank cheque for $295,450, in favour of Top Brands, knowing same to be forged; * the same day, he gave

Christmas Day murder accused remanded on court appearance CHAINSAW operator Filton Hart, 38, was remanded to prison on a murder charge last Monday. Before Magistrate Faith Mc Gusty, he stood calmly with a pleasant face, accused of having, on Wednesday, December 25, at Kwakwani, Berbice River, murdered Marlon Sam. Police had previously reported that Sam, 23, of Kwakwani Park, Berbice River, was killed at Kwakwani around 23:00 hrs that day, following an argument with another man during which he was stabbed in the chest. But no narrative was offered in court before the case was put off to January 10.

‘FORGERY DEFENDANT’: Quincy July Tiwari, a Republic Bank cheque for the sum of $295,450, knowing it to be forged, for delivery of beverages and * t h a t d a y, t o o , h e for ge d a R e public B ank cheque for $295,450 payable to Tiwari, knowing same to be forged. Police Corporal Renetta Bentham, prosecuting, successfully objected to pre-trial liberty for July, stating that the investigations are incomplete and citing the seriousness of the offences and the penalty attached. The accused claimed he was helping a friend to deliver some items and a cheque to Palm Court. He has to be back in court on January 8, 2014.

‘MURDER-ACCUSED’: Filton Hart

Cuban jailed, fined for immigration offences By Geeta Rampersaud

A CUBAN national was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment and fined $30,000 on Monday last on conviction, for uttering a forged document and overstaying his time in Guyana. Through an interpreter, Lesmond Martinez pleaded guilty to one charge that said, on Sat-

urday, December 28, at Moleson Creek, Corentyne, Berbice, with intent to defraud, he uttered to Inspector John Brown, an immigration officer, a United Kingdom (Great Britain) passport number 307651058 in favour of himself, knowing same to be forged. The defendant also pleaded guilty to the offence, particulars of which said, between Sunday, November 10 and Saturday, December 28 at Moleson Creek, Corentyne, he failed to comply with the permit granting him stay in Guyana and overstayed the period.

‘CUBAN NATIONAL’: Lesmond Martinez Police Corporal Renetta Bentham, prosecuting, told the Court that the Cuban entered Guyana on November 10 and was allowed a period of one month but he went to Moleson Creek to extend his stay in Guyana and uttered the passport which belongs to Carlos Raphael Rodriguez.


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‘ From left are HITS AND Jams’ Rawle Ferguson, Odinga Lumumba, superstar John Legend, Tourism Minister Irfaan Ali and Fly Jamaica Airline’s CEO Ronald Reece.

Beres Hammond, John Legend arrive for ‘Night of Love Concert’ By Alex Wayne FANS are in a frenzy to get their last-minute tickets and even more so now that it has been confirmed that mega star John Legend and reggae sensation Beres Hammond have arrived for the much anticipated, “Night of Love Concert”, slated for tomorrow night at the National Stadium, Providence. At a press conference yesterday at the Fly Jamaica Airline headquarters, Ogle, John Legend was all excited at being in Guyana, promising media operatives that he was here to deliver a sterling performance and to have a good time. Raving that he would be ending the show, Legend emphasised that Guyanese can look forward to a splendid show. He is also anxious to try the varied cuisine available in Guyana. This is something he always looks forward to wherever he travels. On the question of his being so famous and when he first knew that he was going to be a popular figure, the artiste said that he first knew he was going to be popular when he got a call from Oprah Winfrey and Magic Johnson on the same day. Beres Hammond, who has been in Guyana since Thursday, was unable to make an appearance at the Ogle press conference, but held a separate one at the Princess Hotel on the East Bank of Demerara. Speaking at the press conference, Odinga Lumumba of Mc Neal Enterprises welcomed the international star, assuring the media that the show would be one of a lifetime. Minister of Tourism, Irfaan Ali, welcomed the singer and assured that his ministry would give promoters full support on such ventures, with the aim of boosting tourism and making Guyana a number one tourist destination. He assured that he would approach the Finance Minister to ensure that financial support is made available to promotional agencies in instances of ventures such as the “Night of Love Concert”. CEO of Fly Jamaica Airline, Ronald Reece, extended a warm welcome to Legend, informing him that his company was pleased to be associated with the venture. The show titled “Night of Love” has been publicised since 2013, and is a collaborative effort among the Ministry of Tourism, Mc Neal Enterprise and Hits and Jams Entertainment. Fans still have a few hours to grab their tickets at King’s Jewellery World, Clairan’s Boutique, Nigel’s Supermarket, Ashmin’s Trading, Matt’s Record Bar, Gizmos and Gadgets, White Castle Fish Shop, Giftland Officemax, Electronic City, Andrew’s Supermarket, Dave’s Sports Bar, KK Gas Station, Little Rock Hotel, Digicel Speedtalk (Bartica) and Digicel CellSmart (Linden).


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Institute of Sports to be established in Guyana - ‘I feel we had a very successful 2013 in all the areas that we managed’, Minister Anthony reports By Clifford Stanley

THE Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport has indicated that the building of related infrastructure countrywide and the provision of coaching support for sports people were two of its notable and main achievements for the year 2013. “Apart from other aspects of our programme, we focused on building sports infrastructure countrywide and coaching. I feel that we had a very successful 2013 in all the areas that we managed,” Minister with the portfolio, Dr. Frank Anthony said, in a review of the last year’s activities yesterday. Speaking in the presence of Permanent Secretary, Mr. Alfred King, the minister identified, as some of the many noteworthy achievements, of his ministry: * Continued work on the development of the National Aquatic Centre at Liliendaal, East Coast Demerara; * Construction of the synthetic track at Leonora, West Coast Demerara; * Preparations for state-ofthe-art lighting floodlights at Albion Sports Complex Ground, Corentyne, Berbice; * Enhancement of 217 community sports grounds countrywide; * construction of a new pavilion and community building at Bartica, in Region 7 (Cuyuni/ Mazaruni) and * Near completion of a sports resource centre which will evolve into a National Sports Institute. NOTICEABLE IMPROVEMENT He said the ministry supported the work of local coaches in the various disciplines and retained the services of two international coaches, one in the field of boxing and the other in swimming with noticeably improved performances by sportsmen and women in those disciplines. With respect to the National Aquatic Centre, Dr Anthony reported that the 50 metres one having been completed, the ministry focused on the creation of the 25 metres warm-up pool. He said the foundations for the latter, which will take the centre to international standards, are, currently, being set by a local contractor. When that is completed, the international contractor, Myrtha Pool Incorporated which had built the centre will be called back to install a pre-fabricated pool. All that is expected to be done by the second half of this

year and then the centre will, apart from being able to give support to the local swimming fraternity, be qualified for Regional and International Competitions. The year 2013 had also seen the completion of the foundation for the synthetic athletic track using local resources, Minister Anthony reported. “We, currently, have the German company now installing the synthetic surface. Three weeks more and we will finish the surface,” he said. According to him, the inner field is similar to the Providence Stadium and will also have provision for other athletic events, such as long and high jumps and discus throwing. Stands for the northern section are being constructed by BK International and will be completed in four months, Anthony stated, adding that the track can be used once the seats are completed. But more stands are to be built at this facility with the aim of providing seating for 8,000 sporting fans, the Minister noted. “A club house will be built on the northern side and we will continue to as we go,” he said. THE SYNERGY Additionally, in order to build on the synergy between football and athletics, the ministry has provided a plot of land near to the track at Leonora to the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) to establish football facilities and so enhance the attractiveness of the area for sporting fans. “We have spoken to GFF, encouraging them to come near the synthetic track so that football will be coming closer to it. The facilities built for football and athletics are being placed close to each other and there will be natural synergies there,” he said. The year 2013 also saw the completion of preparatory work for the installation of floodlights at Albion Sports Complex. The company undertaking the work is awaiting a key component for the system, which should arrive this month, making the network floodlights at Albion ready for use by April. The process to enhance 217 community grounds countrywide was a flagship programme of the ministry for 2013. The ministry gave each of the 217 communities sums, ranging from $1M to $2M depending on their needs, to upgrade and maintain the sports locations therein. Accomplished, too, was a pavilion and a new building at the Bartica Sports Ground and the opening of a national sports

An aerial shot of the Synthetic Track at Leonora, West Coast Demerara (Adrian Narine photo)

resource centre, in Woolford Avenue, Georgetown, is to be announced shortly. Minister Anthony said the intention of the ministry is to provide space where National Sports Associations can meet and educational sessions, on the various sports disciplines, take place. He said the ministry feels the initiative is necessary because sport is a scientific discipline and there is always need for education. TEACHING SPORTS That centre will serve as a location for teaching sports and the lower flat of the two- storey edifice will accommodate a library with the latest books in all the sport disciplines. It would also have a computer laboratory with Internet access to websites related to sports and serve, as well, for

Dr Frank Anthony presents a copy of the contract to Cummings Electrical engineer Curtis Farley, for the installation of state-of-the-art lighting floodlights at Albion Sports Complex Ground in Corentyne, Berbice to the tune of G$91M. research by children who are taking related Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) tests. “The aim at Woolford Avenue is to create an In-

stitute of Sports, to provide systematic training for people in the area of sports. We see it growing and evolving into an Institute of Sports which can

offer courses to enable young people to obtain certificates, diplomas and even degrees in related disciplines,” he explained.

An overhead shot of the National Aquatic Centre at Liliendaal, East Coast Demerara (Adrian Narine photo)


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‘TOAST’: Attorney General Anil Nandlall, Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee, President Donald Ramotar and proprietor of Sleep Inn Hotel Clifton Bacchus share a drink to welcome 2014

‘PRESIDENTIAL BANTER’: Former President Dr Bharrat Jagdeo and current President Mr Donald Ramotar share a light moment during the Old Year’s night ball at Palm Court.

‘PARTY TIME’: Minister Irfaan Ali joins partygoers on the dance floor at Palm Court

‘ETHNIC FUSION’: A representation of the togetherness of the Guyanese people as they rang in 2014

Twin calves born to Agricola farmer through Gov’t Artificial Insemination Programme Narine, an Agricola, East Bank Demerara farmer yesterday morning welcomed two additional bulls into her flock. The bulls which weighed 26.5 and 24.6 kilograms respectively were a part of Government’s Artificial Insemination (AI) programme. According to a report from the Government Information Agency (GINA), the semen was imported from one of the top ten ranked bulls in the world. Agriculture Minister Dr. Leslie Ramsammy, yesterday, paid a

visit to Narine’s home where the animals were inspected thoroughly by Veterinarians and AI Technicians from the Guyana Livestock Development Authority (GLDA). “I feel really happy right now. While this is not the first time we welcomed animals through the Government Artificial Insemination programme, it is the first time my husband and I welcome twins and we are really excited,” Mrs Narine said. Naleenie and her husband have been rearing cattle for the past

A proud Deo Narine with the twin bulls and their mother

22 years, and run a very successful small cattle farm. Genetic improvement is an important strategy being used to increase meat and dairy production. The GLDA for 2013 alone welcomed six sets of twins which were successfully born through its AI programme. To improve the country’s breeding stock, the Ministry of Agriculture introduced the AI programme which has since been proving successful.

Agriculture Minister Dr. Leslie Ramsammy in discussion with the Narines during a visit to their home to inspect the twin bulls yesterday


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NOTICE      Plantation Bachelor\s Adventure    East Coast 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 Bachelor's Adventure being Block: XXXIII of Zone: East Coast Demerara as shown on a Final Plan by G. Samaroo Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 10th day of July, 2011 and recorded in Department of Lands and Surveys as Plan No. 50181 and Land Registry No. L.R. 1412     Elroy Skeete of Lot 327 Section 'B' Victoria Village, East Coast Demerara                     Dated the 12th day of December, 2013                of Lot 88, Section 'B' Rosignol Village, West Bank, Berbice, Co-operative Republic of Guyana have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription of the property described in the Schedule hereunder.   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 . 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.  Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner  Tract 'AJ' containing an area of 0.1731 (nought decimal seven three one) of an acre comprising sublot 'a' containing an area of 0.1264 (nought decimal one two six four) of an acre of Lot 87 and sublot 'b' containing an area of 0.0367 (nought decimal nought three six seven) of an acre of Lot 88 all being portions of section 'B' Southern Section Plantation Rosignol, situate on the left bank of the Berbice River in the County of Berbice, Co-operative Republic of Guyana the said Tract 'AJ' being laid down and defined on a plan by D.A. Weeks, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 24th day of June, 2013 and deposited in Department of Lands an Surveys Commission on the 12th day of July, 013 and recorded as Plan No. 56431. MEMORANDUM: The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Mr. Tejnarine Ramroop, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice Guyana.            

NOTICE   also known as    of Lot 17-18 Section A, Cotton Tree Village, West Coast Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription of the property described in the Schedule hereunder.   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   also known as   . 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. Tejnarine Ramroop, Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner : Tract 'ML' containing an area of 0.2596 (nought decimal two five nine six) of an acre comprising Sublot a containing an area of 0.0265 (nought decimal nought two six five) of an acre of Lot 17 and Sublot B, containing an area of 0.2331 (nought decimal two three three one) of an acre of Lot 18, all being portions of Section 'A' Plantation Cotton Tree, situate on the Left Bank of River in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana the said Tract 'ML' comprising sublot of lot 17 and Sublot b of Lot 18, being laid down and defined on a plan by Desmond A. Weeks, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 26th day of June, 2013 and deposited in Department of Land and Surveys Commission on the 11th day of July, 2013 and recorded as Plan No. 56361.  The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Mr. Tejnarine Ramroop, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice, Guyana.               of Edinburgh Village, East Bank Berbice represented herein by his duly constituted attorney    agreeably with Power of Attorney executed and registered at the Deeds Registry New Amsterdam, Berbice on the 14th day of October 2013 and numbered 2110 of 2013 (Berbice) have presented an application for Declaration of Title by Land Registry to the property in the Schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the said application must within one (1) month from the date of the publication of this Notice, file a Notice of his/her opposition with Affidavit in support upon the said  The said application is accompanied by a Plan of the property and may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. R> Mohamed  (ag) Dated this 14th day of November, 2013 New Amsterdam, Berbice P      : being a portion of Pln. Edinburgh situate on the East Bank of the Berbice River in the County of Berbice, Republic of Guyana. The Applicant\s address for service is at the Chambers of Mr. Raymond Ali, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 8 St. Ann's Street, New Amsterdam,

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NOTICE Berbice.                     of 186 Thornton Road North, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada L1J 6T8 and formerly of Lot 3 Nigg, Corentyne, Berbice, Guyana has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto.  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, Notice of his/her opposition and an affidavit in support and serve a copy of such notice forthwith on the Petition after filing same. The said Petition is accompanied by a copy of the plan of the property which may be inspected at the Registry at New Amsterdam, Berbice during office hours. Raymond Ali Attorneyat-law for Petitioner Dated this 11th day of December, 2013 New Amsterdam, Berbice   "Lot 3, being a portion of Area 'J' Plantation Nigg situate on the Corentyne Coast in the County of Berbice, Guyana as shown on a plan by Seaon   Sworn Land Surveyor and dated the 8th day of November, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 15th day of November, 2013 and numbered 57396." : The Petitioner\s place of business and address for service is at the Chambers of Mr. Raymond Ali, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 8 St Ann's Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.                   In the matter of the Title to Land (Prescription and Limitation) Act, Cap. 60:02 -and- In the matter of Plots A and B being portion of Lot 38 Plantation Virginia, situate on the left bank of the Mahaica River in the County of Demerara and plot C being a portion of Lot 39 Plantation Virginia on the left bank of the Mahaica River in the County of Demerara -and- In the matter of an Application by             and    for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the aforesaid Plots A and B of Lot 38 Plantation Virginia and Plot C of Lot 39 Plantation Virginia on the left bank of the Mahaica River in the County of Demerara              and    of Lot 38 Virginia, East Coast Demerara, have presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property in the Schedule hereto.   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 Court in the City of Georgetown notice of his opposition and an Affidavit or Affidavits in Support thereof and serve a copy of the said notice and any affidavit upon the said             and    Attorney-at-

NOTICE Law Dated at Georgetown, Demerara, This 5th day of December, 2013.   Plots 'A' and 'B' being portions of Lot 38 Plantation Virginia, situate on the left bank of the Mahaica River in the County of Demerara and being shown on a plan by M.S. Azam, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 11th January, 2013 and on record at the offices of the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission as plan #54763.  Plot 'C' being the W½ of S½ of Lot 39 Plantation Virginia on the left bank of the Mahaica River in the County of Demerara and being shown on a plan by M.S. Azam, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 11th January, 2013 and on record at the offices of the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission as plan #54763. : The address for service and place of business of the petitioner is at the Chambers of   . and/or     , Attorneys-at-Law of 26 Hadfield Street & Pollard Place, Stabroek, Georgetown, Demerara, Guyana       is hereby given that a Debenture by the above-named Company    , a Company incorporated in Guyana under the Companies Act, 1991 and whose registered office in Guyana is at Thirst Park, Georgetown, will, after the expiration of   days from the date of the publication of this Notice, be duly issued and registered under the provisions of Section 233 (1) of the Companies Act, 1991 to    , a Company incorporated in Guyana under the Companies Act 1991 and whose registered address is Lot 201 Camp & Charlotte, Streets Lacytown, Georgetown, Demerara. Such Debenture will not be secured by a separate mortgage or charge but will itself confer a fixed First charge ranking as a First Mortgage on the properties described in the schedule hereunder and also on all of its movable and immovable properties whatsoever and wheresoever situate both present and future including all land, buildings and erections, undertakings, fixtures, fittings implements, goods sundry equipment, plant and machinery, vehicles, furniture, chattels - (real and personal) goodwill, stock-in-trade book and other debts whatsoever situate including their uncalled capital both present and future for the time being and such charge as regards the Company's immovable property to be a specific charge and as regards the Company's other assets to be a floating security or charge and on all other future assets of the Company and except with the written consent of the Debenture holder the Company shall not be at liberty to create any Mortgage on charge in priority to or pari passu with such Debenture. AND THAT the Managing Directors of the Company be and are hereby authorised to sign the said debenture and to affix the seal of the Company to the said Debenture         Co-Managing Director Marketing Director Banks DIH Ltd, Thirst Park   Company Secretary MIS Executive  Cer-

NOTICE tified A True Copy Terrence Bynoe Company Secretary MIS Executive  Dated this 9th day o December, 2013.                   No. 4 situate on the West Sea Coast of Berbice in the County of Berbice Republic of Guyana the said Lot being laid down and defined on a Plan by Desmond A. Weeks, Sworn Land Surveyor dated this 31st day of July 2013 and recorded in the Commission of Lands and   on the 9th day of August, 2013 as Plan No. 56666 -and- In the matter of the Title to Land (Prescription and Limitation) Act Chapter 60:02 of the Laws of Guyana and- In the matter of the Rules of the Supreme Court (Declaration of Title) -and- In he matter of a Petition by  of Lot 32, No. 4 Village West Coast Berbice, Guyana and formerly of Grazettes Courts, St Michael, Barbados, represented herein by his duly constituted Attorney   (nee ) ID# 40186923, of Lot 32 No. 4 Village, West Coast Berbice, agreeably with Power of Attorney executed on the 14th day of October, 2013 in Registration Department in Barbados and Registered in the Deeds Registry at New Amsterdam, Berbice on the 22nd day of October 2013 and numbered 2179 of 2013 (Berbice)       (nee  ID# 140186923 of Lot 32 No. 4 Village, West Coast Berbice, agreeably with Power of Attorney executed on the 14th day of October, 2013 in Registration Department in Barbados and Registered in the Deeds Registry at New Amsterdam, Berbice on the 22nd day of October, 2013 and numbered 2179 of 2013 (Berbice). Guyana have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription of the Property described in the Schedule hereunder.  person(s) 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 Supreme Court of Judicature of Guyana at New Amsterdam, Berbice, Notice of his/her/their opposition and any affidavit(s) upon the said Petitioner. The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. New Amsterdam, Berbice Dated this 14th November, 2013 J.S. Misir Attorney-at-Law for the Petitioner         No. 4 situate on the West Sea Coast of Berbice in the County of Berbice Republic of Guyana the said Lot being laid down and defined on a Plan by Desmond A. Weeks, Sworn land Surveyor dated this 31st day of July, 2013 and recorded in the Commission of Lands and  on the 9th day of August, 2013 as Plan No. 56666. : The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Mr. J.S. MISIR Attorney-at-Law of Lot 1-4 Vryheid Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.              

NOTICE         No. 4 situate on the West Sea Coast of Berbice in the County of Berbice Republic of Guyana the said Lot being laid down and defined on a Plan by Desmond A. Weeks, Sworn Land Surveyor dated this 31st day of July, 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and  on the 9th day of August, 2013 as Plan No. 56664. -and- In the matter of the Title to Land (Prescription and Limitation) Act, Chapter 60:02 of the Laws of Guyana and- In the matter of the Rules of the Supreme Court (Declaration of Title) -and- In the matter of Petition by  , of Lot 32, No. 4 Village, West Coast Berbice Guyana and formerly of 104 4th Avenue Pillerdorf Grazettes St Michael Barbados, represented herein by his duly constituted Attorney    ID# 140186923, of Lot 32 No. 4 Village, West Coast Berbice, Guyana and formerly of 104 4th Avenue Pillerdorf Grazettes St Michael Barbados, represented herein by his duly constituted Attorney   ) ID# 140186923 of Lot 32 No. 4 Village West Coast Berbice agreeably with Power of Attorney executed on the 14th day of October, 2013 in Registration Department in Barbados and Registered in the Deeds Registry at New Amsterdam, Berbice on the 22nd of October, 2013 and numbered 2178 of 2013 (Berbice)    ID# 140186923, OF Lot 32 No. 4 Village, West Coast Berbice, agreeably with Power of Attorney executed on the 14th day of October, 2013 in Registration Department in Barbados and Registered in the Deeds Registry at New Amsterdam, Berbice on the 22nd day of October, 2013 and numbered 2178 of 2013 (Berbice) Guyana have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription of property described in the Schedule hereunder. Any person(s) 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 Supreme Court of Judicature of Guyana at New Amsterdam, Berbice, Notice of his/her/their opposition and any affidavit(s) upon the said Petitioner. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours.   Attorney-at-Law for the Petitioner New Amsterdam, Berbice Dated this 14th day of November, 2013    No. 4 situate on the West Sea Coast of Berbice in the County of Berbice, Republic of Guyana the said Lot being laid down and defined on a Plan by Desmond A. Weeks, Sworn Land Surveyor dated this 31st day of July, 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and  on the 9th day of August, 2013 as Plan No. 56664. : The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of   , Attorney-at-Law of Lot 1-4 Vryheid Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.


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17 GUYANA CHRONICLE Saturday January 4, 2014 NOTICE                                nee  Respondent      nee  Formerly of Lot 48 Stanleytown New Amsterdam, Berbice.    that a Petition for Divorce has been filed in the High Court Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice by  against you.    in person or by letter to   , Attorney-atLaw of Lot 7 Charlotte 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. 28 (twentyeight) 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 28th day of November, 2013, P. Williams                       Lot 16 Vygeval, De Hoop, Mahaica, East Coast Demerara, have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto.   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 Court in the City of Georgetown, notice of his/her opposition and affidavit(s) in support thereof and serve a copy of the notice and any affidavits upon the said  said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the property, which may be inspected at the said Registry during office hours. Dated this 6th day of December, 2013    Attorneys-at-Law for the Petitioner : Sublot 'B' of Lot 16 Plantation Bygeval also called Vygeval (south of the Public Road) situate on the right bank of the Mahaica River, County of Demerara, Republic of Guyana, the said Lot containing an area of 0.183 (nought decimal one eight three) being laid down and defined on a plan by M.H Amsterdam, Sworn Land Surveyor, dated 1st June, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on 17th May, 2013 as Plan No. 55953.  The address for service of the Petitioner is at the office of his Attorneys-at-Law   and    of Lot 185 Charlotte and King Streets, Georgetown, Demerara, acting herein for the Petitioner.                  of 274 Barrow Street, Republic Park, East Bank Demerara has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto.   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 Court in the City of Georgetown, notice of his/ her opposition and affidavit(s) in support thereof and serve a copy of the notice and any affidavits

NOTICE upon the said    said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the property, which may be inspected at the said Registry during office hours. Dated this 5th day of December, 2013    Attorney-at-law for the Petitioner : Sublot 'B', being portion of Lot 22 Plantation Johanna Cecelia (East of Public Road) situate on the Essequibo Coast in the County of Essequibo, Guyana, the said sublot 'B' containing an area of 0.135 (nought decimal one three five) of an acre being laid down and defined on a plan by Colin Bowen, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 22nd April, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on 2nd May, 2013 as Plan No. 55833 : The address for service of the Petitioner is at the office of his Attorneys-at-Law   and  of Lot 185 Charlotte and King Streets, Georgetown, Demerara, acting herein for the Petitioner                      of Lot 16 Vygeval, De Hoop, Mahaica, East Coast Demerara, have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto.   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 Court in the City of Georgetown, notice of his/ her opposition and affidavit(s) in support thereof and serve a copy of the notice and any affidavits upon the said   said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the property, which may be inspected at the said Registry during office hours. Dated this 6th day of December, 2013   Attorneys-at-Law for the Petitioner : Sublot 'A' of Lot 16 Plantation Bygeval also called Vygeval (south of the Public Road) situate on the right bank of the Mahaica River, County of Demerara, Republic of Guyana, containing an area of 0.11 (nought decimal one one) of an acre, being laid down and defined on a plan by M.H Amsterdam, Sworn Land Surveyor, dated 1st May, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on 17th May, 2013 as Plan No. 55952. (hereinafter referred to as 'Sublot A')  The address for service of the Petitioner is at the office of his Attorneys-atLaw  and    of Lot 185 Charlotte and King Streets, Georgetown, Demerara, acting herein for the Petitioner.                   also known as   of 43 04 Tea Garden Circle Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5B 2W8 and also of 209 Charlotte Street Lacytown, Georgetown, represented herein by his duly constituted attorney  of 209 Charlotte Street, Lacytown, Georgetown agreeably with Power of Attorney executed on 11th March, 2013 and registered in the Deeds Registry, Georgetown on 11th March, 2013 and numbered 1784 of 2013 in the County of Demerara, Republic of Guyana has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto.  intending to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this no-

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tice 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 notice and any affidavits upon the said   also known as  of 43 04 Tea Garden Circle Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5B 2W8 and also of 209 Charlotte Street Lacytown, Georgetown, represented herein by his duly constituted attorney  of 209 Charlotte Street, Lacytown, Georgetown agreeably with Power of Attorney executed on 11th March, 2013 and registered in the Deeds Registry, Georgetown on 11th March, 2013 and numbered 1784 of 2013.  said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the property, which may be inspected at the said Registry during office hours. Dated this 29th day of November, 2013    Attorney-at-Law for the Petitioner : Sublot 'A', being portion of Lot 22 Plantation Johanna Cecelia (East of Public Road) situate on the Essequibo Coast in the County of Essequibo, Guyana, the said sublot 'A' containing an area of 0.117 (nought decimal one one seven) of an acre being laid down and defined on a plan by Colin Bowen, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 22nd April, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on 26th April, 2013 as Plan No. 55776  : The address for service of the Petitioner is at the office of his Attorneys-at-Law   and    of Lot 185 Charlotte and King Streets, Georgetown, Demerara, acting herein for the Petitioner

, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 8th October, 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys on 25th October, 2013 as Plan No. 57268. The Petitioner's address for service is at the Chambers of Mr.  , Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana as shown and laid down on a plan by Desmond A. Weeks, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 14th day of November, 2005 and recorded in Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 9th day of December, 2005 as plan numbered 38354 Dated at New Amsterdam, Berbice, this 11th day of November, 2013   The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Mr Rodwell Jugmohan Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

and place of business of the Petitioner is at the office of his Attorney-at-Law Mr.    of Lot 1 Croal Street Stabroek, Georgetown, Demerara.

             of 2130 Queenby Avenue Bronx, New York, 10473 United States of America, on vacation in the Co-operative Republic of Guyana and residing at Lot 49 Section B, No. 71 Village, Corentyne, Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana represented herein by her duly constituted Attorney,   of Lot 49 Section B, No. 71 Village Corentyne, Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana agreeably with Power of Attorney executed before a Notary Public at No. 79 Village, Corriverton, Corentyne, Berbice on 9th October, 2013 and registered in the Deeds Registry at New Amsterdam, Berbice on 17th October, 2013 and numbered 2147 of 2013  has 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 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  , in her capacity as the duly constituted Attorney of the said  . The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said properties which may be inspected at the Supreme Court Registry during office hours.   Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner Dated 1st day of November 2013. : House lot numbered 237 (two hundred and thirty-seven) containing 0.063 (nought decimal nought six three) of an acre, being a portion of land at Lot No. 72 or Chinesetown, 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  and shown on a plan by P.F.

                 , of Lot 384 No. 2 Village, East Canje, Berbice, Guyana has 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/or Georgetown, Demerara, notice of his/her opposition and an affidavit or affidavits together with a notice on the said   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 Petitioner   North ½ comprising 0.070 (nought decimal nought seven nought) of an acre, of house lot 384 a n d        S u b l o t ' A ' comprising 0.016 (nought decimal nought one six) of an acre of house lot 385 (north of the public road) Plantation Lot No. 2 situate on the right bank of the Canje River n the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana as shown and laid down on a plan by R.T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 7th day of October, 2013 and recorded in Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 31st day of October, 2013 as Plan No. 57294 Dated at New Amsterdam, Berbice This 4 t h d a y o f D e c e m b e r, 2 0 1 3  The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Mr. Rodwell Jugmohan, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.                  of Lot 21 Cotton Tree Village, west of the Public Road, West Coast, Berbice, Guyana has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto.  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/or Georgetown, Demerara, notice of his/her opposition and an affidavit or affidavits together with a notice on the said  . 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 Petitioner  : Plots 'a' comprising 0.1295 (nought decimal one two nine five) of an acre, 'b' comprising 0.1233 (nought decimal one two three three) of an acre, "c" comprising an area of 1.1072 (one decimal one nought seven two) acres, 'd' comprising an area of 2.0150 (two decimal nought one five nought) acres and 'e' comprising an area of 1.5125 (one decimal five one two five) acres, respectively being portions of the South 1/3 of Lot 20 (twenty) all being portions of Plantation Cotton Tree situate on the West Sea Coast of Berbice in the County of

               , of Lot 1 C No. 36 Village Corentyne, Berbice, Guyana, has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto.  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/or Georgetown, Demerara, notice of his her opposition and an affidavit or affidavits together with a notice on the said   A copy of the plan can be inspected at the High Court Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice, during office hours. Rodwell Jugmohan, Attorneyat-Law for Petitioner  : Plot 'RP' comprising 0.344 (nought decimal three four four) of an acre, being portion of Lot 1 Section 'A' East Half Plantation Lot No. 36 or Neville, situate on the Corentyne Coast in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana as shown and laid down on a plan by R. T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 13th day of August, 2013 and recorded in Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 22nd day of august, 2013 as Plan No. 56747. Dated at New Amsterdam, Berbice This 14th day of November, 2013   The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Mr Rodwell Jugmohan, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.           of Lot 104 Lima, Essequibo Coast, Guyana has 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 first publication of this Notice, file in the Registry of the High Court in the City of Georgetown a Notice of Opposition and Affidavits in support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and any Affidavit upon the said  . The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the property which may be inspected at the said Registry during office hours. Troy J. Deygoo, Attorney-at-Law for the Petitioner Dated at Georgetown, Demerara This 5th day of December, 2013  "Lot 104 (formerly W ½ lot 3) being a portion of Section 'E' Plantation Lima situate on the Essequibo Coast in the County of Essequibo Guyana the said plot containing an area of 0.1090 acres shown and defined on a plan by Colin J.H. Bowen, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 19th day of August, 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 23rd day of August, 2013 and numbered 56787 with the buildings and erections thereon. MEMORANDUM: The address for ser ice

                       Lot 5 Line Path 'E' Corriverton, Corentyne, Berbice, Guyana presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property on the Schedule hereto.  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 of Guyana at New A m s t e r d a m , B e r b i c e notice of his/her opposition and affidavit upon the said Petitioner. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. M. Singh Attorneyat-Law for Petitioner New Amsterdam, Berbice Dated this 3 r d d a y o f D e c e m b e r, 2 0 1 3  "In the matter of a piece or parcel of land known as and referred to as House Lot 74, Section 'B' being a portion of Grant No. 1802 C.W C. situate on the Left Bank of the Corentyne River in County of Berbice and Republic of Guyana the said Lot 74 being shown and defined on a plan by D.W. , Sworn Land Surveyor dated 29th day of April, 2013 a copy of which said plan was duly deposited at the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 29th day of April, 2013 and recorded as Plan No. 55843." The Petitioner's address for service and place of business is at the Chambers of Mr Motee Singh Attorneys-at-Law at 185 Charlotte and King Streets Georgetown, Demerara.                          of Lot 3 Abram\s Zuil, Essequibo, Guyana has 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 Petit i o n m u s t w i t h i n o n e month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court of the City of Georgetown, a Notice of his/her opposition and an affidavit upon the said . The said Petition is accompanied by a copy of a plan of the property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. Dated this 5th day of December, 2013      Attorney-atLaw for P etitio ner       : 'Sublot 'B1', B2, and B3, being portions of Sublot 3 of Lot 'A' Plantation Abram's Zuil, situate on the Essequibo Coast in the County of Essequibo, in the Republic of Guyana the said Sublots B1, B2 and B3 being shown laid down and defined on a Plan by Kowshal P. Sukhdeo, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 24th April, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 26th April, 2013 as Plan No. 55778.  The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Office of her Attorney-atLaw      , Attorneys-at-Law of Lot 1 Croal Street, Georgetown.


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                of Bengal Farm, Corentyne, Berbice has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription Title to the described land in the Schedule hereto.  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 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 the Notice and any Affidavit upon the said  . The said Petition is accompanied by Plan of the lands which may be inspected at the said Registry during office hours. Dated this 2nd day of December, 2013. C.V. Satram, Attorney-at-Law for the Petitioner : In the matter of all that piece or parcel of land known and described as Plot 'GR' of Lot 6, Section 'A' Plantation Bengal or Lot No. 42 situate on the Corentyne Coast in the County of Berbice in the Republic of Guyana the said Block 'GR' comprising an area of four decimal nine nought three nought (4.9030) acres as shown on a plan by R.T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 8th day of February, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 21st day of February, 2013 as Plan No. 55147 save and except the Reserves shown on the said Plan. The Petitioner's address for service and place of business is at the office of her Attorneys-at-Law Mr. R. Satram and Mr. C.V. Satram, Attorneys-at-Law whose address or service and place of business is at their Chambers 228 'B' Cummings Street Bourda, Georgetown, Demerara and at the Chambers of Mr. Michael Baird, Attorney-atLaw of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

 A Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription has been presented by  , of 19 Hogg Street, Albouystown, 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, 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  . The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the property which can be inspected at the Registry during office hours.   Attorney-at-Law for the Petitioner Dated at Georgetown, Demerara, this 1st day of November, 2013 : Sublot lettered 'A' of Lot 21A, South of Samaroo Dam, in the southern portion of Plantation Klien Pouderoyen, situate on the West Bank of the Demerara River in the County of Demerara Republic of Guyana the said Sublot containing an area of 0.073 (nought decimal nought seven three) of an acre as shown on a plan by D. C. Jessimy, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 9th May, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 23rd May 2013 as Plan No. 55987  The Petitioner\s address for service is at the Chambers of Mr  , Attorneyat-Law of Lot 215 South Road and King Street, Lacytown, Georgetown, Guyana.

New Hope East Bank Demerara Guyana The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the property which may be inspected at the said Registry during office hours.  Attorney-at-Law for the Petitioner Dated at Georgetown, Demerara this day of October, 2013  "Plot numbered 2 (two) being a portion of the Southern Half of Section 'A' Plantation New Hope, situate on the East Bank of the Demerara in the County of Demerara in the Republic of Guyana the said Plot numbered 2 (two) having an area of 0.2402 (nought decimal two four nought two) English acres and being laid down and defined on a plan by K.P. Sukhdeo, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 15th July, 2010 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 23rd day of July, 2010 as Plan No. 48084.: The address for service and place of business of the Petitioner is at the office of her Attorney-at-Law   of Lot 228 South Road, Lacytown, Georgetown, Demerara, Guyana.

of Berbice Co-operative Republic of Guyana as shown and laid down on a plan by R.T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 3rd day of September 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 13th day of September, 2013 as Plan No. 56911. Dated at New Amsterdam, Berbice This 9th day of December, 2013  The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Mr. Rodwell Jugmohan Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

dress for service is at the Chambers of Mr. , Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

stituted Attorney   , agreeably with Power of Attorney executed in Texas, United States of America, on the 28th day of December, 2012 and registered at the Deeds Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice on the 8th day of March, 2013 and numbered 460 of 2013 (Berbice) has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto.  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/or Georgetown, Demerara, notice of his/her opposition and an affidavit or affidavits together with a notice on the said  A copy of the plan can be inspected at the High Court Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice, during office hours. Rodwell Jugmohan Attorneyat-Law for Petitioner : Tract 'MK' comprising of Lots 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59 and 60 comprising an area of 27.32 (twenty-seven decimal three two) acres respectively, Southern Half, Plantation Kortberaad, situate on the East Bank Berbice River in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana as laid down and defined on a plan by R.T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 13th day of September 2013 and recorded in Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 20th day of September, 2013 as plan number 56979 Dated at New Amsterdam, Berbice this 9th day of October, 2013  The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Mr. Rodwell Jugmohan, Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

        A Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription for the Land described in the Schedule hereto has been presented by  , of 3B Lusignan, East Coast Demerara, Guyana.  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   The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the property which can be inspected at the Registry during office hours.  , Attorney-at-Law for the Petitioner Dated at Georgetown, Demerara this 29th day of November, 2013 : Sublot '9' and '10' being portions Area 'X' Plantation Cummings Lodge, situate in the City of Georgetown in the County of Demerara, Republic of Guyana the said sublots containing an area of 0.4546 (nought decimal four five four six) acres each, being shown on a plan by Lindon F. MC Gregor, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 9th April 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 19th April 2013 as Plan No. 55707. : The Petitioner\s address for service is at the Chambers of his Attorney-at-Law Mr.   Attorney-at-Law of Lot 215 South Road and King Street, Lacytown, Georgetown, Guyana.         

                   and , both of Lot 201 Third Street, Craig, East Bank Demerara, have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title for Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto. ANY person intending to oppose the said Petition shall within one month after the date of the first publication of this Notice, file in the Registry of the Supreme Court in the City of Georgetown a Notice of his/her opposition and an affidavit or affidavit sin support thereof and serve a copy of the notice and an affidavit upon the said    and   Dated at Georgetown, Demerara This 17th day of October, 2013   Attorney-atLaw for Petitioners : Lot 201 Third Street, Plantation Craig situate on the East Bank of Demerara in the County of Demerara, Guyana the said Lot 201 containing an area of 0.1478 (nought decimal one four seven eight) of an acre being shown on a plan by Gerry I. Brathwaite, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 2nd April, 2012 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys on 12th April, 2012 No. 52630.  : The address for service and place of business of the Petitioners is at the Chambers of their Attorney-at-Law Mr Lawrence Harris, 218 South Road Lacytown, Georgetown, Demerara.         Petition No. 1080-P of 2013  of Lot 19 Public Road East New Hope, East Bank Demerara, Guyana has presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto.  person intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one) month after the date of first publication of this Notice, file in the Registry of Court in the City of Georgetown, a Notice of opposition and Affidavits in support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and any Affidavit upon the said   of Lot 19 Public Road East

       , of Lot 17 Wellington Street, Den Amstel, West Coast Demerara, has 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 first publication of this Notice, file in the Registry of Court in the City of Georgetown, a Notice of Opposition and Affidavits in support thereof, and serve a copy of the Notice and any Affidavit upon the said   The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the property which may be inspected at the said Registry during office hours. Collis D. Baveghems, Attorney-at-Law for the Petitioner Dated at Georgetown, Demerara This 17th day of June, 2013  'Sublot 'A' being a portion of the S½ of Lot 3 Section 'A' West of the Old Road Den Amstel, situate on the West Coast of Demerara in the County of Demerara in the Republic of Guyana the said Sublot 'A' containing an area of 0.2087 (nought decimal two nought eight seven) acre being shown on a plan by K.A. Chapman, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 22nd day of April, 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 13th day of May, 2013 as Plan No. 55870."  The address for service and place of business of the Petitioner is at the office of his Attorney-at-Law    , of Lot 228 South Road, Lacytown, Georgetown, Demerara.                  of Lot 85 F Middle Road, Goedverwagting, East Coast, Demerara, represented herein by his duly constituted Attorney   agreeably with Power of Attorney executed and registered at the Deeds Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice on the 12th day of April, 2012 and numbered 636 of 2012 (Berbice) has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto.  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/or Georgetown, Demerara, notice of his/ her opposition and an affidavit or affidavits together with a notice on the said    A copy of the plan can be inspected at the Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice. during office hours. Rodwell Jugmohan, Attorneyat-Law for Petitioner  Lot numbered 8 (eight) comprising 0.1927 (nought decimal one nine two seven) of an acre, Section 'C' Firebrace, Plantation Hope situate on the west coast of Berbice in the County

                 both of Lot 103 Coburg Street, Cumberland East Canje, Berbice, have presented a Petition for 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 first publication of this notice file in the Registry of the Court in New Amsterdam, Berbice, notice of his/her opposition and Affidavits in support thereof and serve a copy of the said notice and any Affidavit upon the said   and   The Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the said Registry during office hours.    Attorney-at-Law         Cultivation Lots 56 containing an area of 1.380 (one decimal three eight nought) acres and 73 containing an area of 1.183 (one decimal one eight three) acres, Pln Sheet Anchor or Lot No. 1, situate on the right bank of the Canje River In the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana the said Cultivation Lots being shown and defined on a plan by R.T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 17th day of July 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission on the 25th day of July, 2013 as plan No. 56501.  The Petitioner's address for service and place of business is at the Chambers of Mr. Ramesh C. Rajkumar, Attorney-at-Law is at Lot 8 St Ann's Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.           of Lot 119 Section B, of No. 68 Village, Corentyne, Berbice, schoolteacher, has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto.  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 Affidavit upon the said  . The sad Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours.  Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner Dated 8th day of November,   House lot 301 (three hundred and one) containing an area of 0.146 (nought decimal one four six) of an acre, being portion of land at Lot No. 72 or Chinesetown, 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   and shown on a plan by D.U. Congreaves Sworn Land Surveyor dated 8th October, 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission on 25th October, 2013 as Plan No. 57256. The Petitioner's ad-

        of Sub lot 'A' House lot 362 No. 51 Village, Corentyne, Berbice, Farmer, has 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 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. The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said properties which may be inspected at the Supreme Court Registry during office hours.   Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner Dated 8th day of November, 2013 : Sub Lot 'A' of House Lot numbered 362 (three hundred and sixty-two) containing an area of 0.130 (nought decimal one three nought) of an acre,  House lot numbered 363 (three hundred and sixty-three) containing an area of 0.135 (nought decimal one three five) of an acre. Both being portions of Plantation Lot No. 51 situate on the Corentyne Coast in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana the said lots being surveyed and paaled off at the request of    by R.T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 8th October, 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission on 18th October, 2013 as Plan No. 57173. The Petitioner's address of service is at the Chambers of Mr. , Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam Berbice.           of Lot 233, No. 72 Village, Corentyne, Berbice, has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the schedule hereto. 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 . The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours. Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner Dated 15th day of November, 2013   House lot numbered 233 (two hundred and thirty-three) containing 0.130 (nought decimal one three nought) of an acre, being portions of land at Lot No. 72 or Chinesetown, situate on the Corentyne Coast in the County of Berbice Cooperative Republic of Guyana surveyed and paaled off at the request of   by P.F. Murray, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 8th October, 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission on 25th October, 2013 as Plan No. 57279. The Petitioner's address for service is at the Chambers of Mr.   Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.                 , of 7718 Sweet Gum Drive, Irving, Texas, 75063, United States of America, represented herein by his duly con-

                 16 Grand Street Middletown, New York 10940, United States of America, represented herein by his duly constituted Attorney   of Lot 171 Clifton Settlement, Port Mourant, Corentyne Berbice, agreeably with Power of Attorney executed in the New York, United States of America on the 19th September, 2013 and registered at the Deeds Registry, New Amsterdam, Berbice on the 15th day of October, 2013 No. 2140 of 2013 (Berbice) has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto.  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, Brice and or Georgetown, Demerara notice of his/her opposition and an affidavit or affidavits together with a notice on the said   A copy of the plan can be inspected at the High Court Registry, New Amsterdam, Be4bice during office hours. Rodwell Jugmohan Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner : Lot numbered 48 (forty-eight) comprising 0.285 (nought decimal two eight five) of an acre, being portion of area 'A' Plantation Ankerville situate on the Corentyne Coast in the County of Berbice, Co-operative Republic of Guyana as laid down and defined on a plan by R.T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 2nd October, 2013 and recorded in Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 25th October 2013 as Plan No. 57254 Dated at New Amsterdam, Berbice The 3rd day of December, 2013  The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Mr Rodwell Jugmohan, Attorney-atLaw of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.


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          of Lot 69 Area N, Miss Phoebe, Port Mourant, Corentyne, Berbice, Republic of Guyana represented herein by her duly constituted Attorney,   of Lot 150 Section B, No. 71 Village Corentyne, Berbice agreeably with Power of Attorney executive and registered in the Deeds Registry at New Amsterdam, Berbice on 11th October, 2013 and numbered 2097 of 2013  has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto.  person intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one0 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   in her capacity as the duly constituted Attorney of the said  The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said properties which may be inspected at the Supreme Court Registry during office hours.   Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner Dated 1st day of November, 2013. SCHEDULE:  Lot numbered 69 (sixty-nine) containing 0.186 (nought decimal one eight six) of an acre. : Lot numbered 80 (eighty) containing 0.139 (nought decimal one three nine) of an acre. Both being portions of Area 'N' in Plantation Resource, situate on the Corentyne Coast in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana the said lots being surveyed and paaled off at the request of Padmini Sahai by R.T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 7th October, 2013 and deposited in the Department of Lands and Surveys on 18th October, 2013 and numbered 571-72. The Petitioner's address for service is at the Chambers of Mr.   Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said properties which may be inspected at the Supreme Court Registry during office hours.  Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner.  Sub Lot 'S' containing 0.619 (nought decimal six one nine) of an acre being a portion of Lot no. 50 Section B, in Plantation Lot No. 50 or Leeds, situation the Corentyne coast in the county of Berbice Cooperative Republic of Guyana the said lot being surveyed and paaled off a the request of    also known as   and shown on a plan by R.T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 2nd July, 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys on 11th July, 2013 as Plan No. 56346. The Petitioner's address for service is at the Chambers of Mr. , Attorney-atLaw of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

Petition must within one (1) month after the date of the first publication of this notice filed 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                 j o i n t l y. 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. A. Anamayah Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner  Sublot 'A' of Lot 51 containing an area o f 0 . 1 11 ( n o u g h t d e c i m a l one one one) of an acre and Sublot 'A' of lot 52 containing an area of 0.016 (nought decimal nought one six) of an acre, Section "B" Plantation Ulverston or lot No. 20, situate on the Corentyne Coast, in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana, the said sublots being laid down and defined on a plan by R . T. J o h n , S w o r n L a n d S u r v e y o r, d a t e d t h i s 3 0 t h d a y of August, 2013 and deposited in the Department of Land and Surveys on the 6 t h d a y o f S e p t e m b e r, 2013, and recorded as Plan No. 56865.   The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Messrs. Adrian Anamayah, and/or Ian Anamayah Attorneysat-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

service of the Petitioner is at the Chambers of Messrs Adrian Anamayah and/or Ian Anamayah, Attorneysat-Law of Lot 7-7 Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.

                 of 261 North 8th Street, Prospect Park, New Jersey, 07508 - 2038 United States of America and formerly of Leeds Village, Corentyne, Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana represented herein by his duly constituted attorney    of Lot 11 Brighton Village, Corentyne, Berbice, Cooperative republic of Guyana agreeably with Power of Attorney executed before a Notary Public at New Jersey United States of America on 28th June, 2013 and registered in the Deeds Registry at New Amsterdam, Berbice on 11th September, 2013 and numbered 1930 of 2013  has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto.  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   , in his capacity as the duly constituted Attorney of the said   also known as  . The

                  also known as        Lot 166 Section B, No. 68 Village, Corentyne, B e r b i c e , l a b o u r e r, h a s p r e sented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto.  person intending to oppose the said P e t i t i on 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   also known as        The said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry during office hours.   Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner Dated 8th day of November, 2013  House Lot 306 (three hundred and six) containing an area of 0.143 (nought decimal one four three) of an acre, being portion of land at Lot No. 72 or Chinesetown, 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   also known as   and shown on a plan by D.U. Congreaves, Sworn Land Surveyor dated 8th October 2013 and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys Commission on 25th October, 2013 as Plan No. 57256. The Petitioner's address for service is at the Chambers of Mr   Attorney-at-Law of Lot 7 Charlotte Street, New Amsterdam, Berbice.                                                                              , o f Lot 23 Ulverston Village, Corentyne, Berbice, the duly constituted attorney of        of Lot 51 Ulverston Village, Corentyne, Berbice and  , of St. John Church Ground, Nevis, jointly has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription of the property described in the Schedule h e r e u n d e r.           intend to oppose the said

                                                                     of Lot 89 Miss Phoebe, Port Mourant, Corentyne, Berbice, the duly constituted attorney of   of 2346 Wa t e r b u r y Av e n u e , B r o n x , N e w Yo r k 1 0 4 6 2 , U n i t e d St a t e s o f A m e r i c a , h a s p r e sented a Petition or a Declaration of title by Prescription of the property described in the Schedule h e r e u n d e r.           intend to oppose the said Petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this notice filed 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  . The said Petition is accompanied buy a plan of the said property which may be inspected at the Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice, during office hours. A. Anamayah and/or Ian Anamayah, Attorney-atLaw for Petitioner  : Lot 53 containing an area of 0.2072 (nought decimal two nought seven two) of an acre and Lot 54 containing an area of 0.2177 (nought decimal two one seven seven) of an acre, being portions of Area 'F' Plantation Ankerville, also known as Miss phoebe No. 2 Leeward, situate on the East Coast of Berbice, in the County of Berbice, Cooperative republic of Guyana, the said Lots being laid down and defined o n a p l a n b y R . T. J o h n , Sworn Land Surveyor dated this 13th of August, 2013, and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 16th of August, 2013, and recorded as Plan No. 56722.  : The address for

                                                                                                , of Lot 69 Alness Village, Corentyne, Berbice, jointly have presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription of the property described in the Schedule h e r e u n d e r.           intend to oppose the said Petition must within one (1) month after the date of the first publication of this notice filed 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                        , j o i n t l y. T h e said Petition is accompanied by a plan of the said property which may be inspected at t he Registry of Court at New Amsterdam, Berbice during office hours. A. Anamayah Attorney-atlaw for Petitioners            P l o t ' A ' b e ing potion of Lot 14 containing an area of 0.071 (nought decimal nought seven one) of an acre      : P l o t ' B ' b e i n g p o r tion of lot 15 containing an area of 0.202 (nought decimal two nought two) of an a c r e       : T r a c t ' S ' containing an area of 0.273 (nought decimal two seven three) comprising of Plot 'A' of lot 14 and Plot 'B' of Lot 15, being portions of Section 'B' Plantation Cromarty or Lot No. 32, situate on the Corentyne Coast in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana the said Plots and Tract being laid down and defined on a plan by Seaon M. James, Sworn Land Surveyor dated this 7th day of October, 2013, and rec o r d e d i n t h e Department of Land and Surveys on the 31st day of October, 2013 and recorded as Plan No. 57313.  : 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.               of Lot 180, New Street, Cumberland Village, East Canje, Berbice has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription of the property described in the Schedule hereunder.   intend to oppose the said Petition must within one (1) month after the date of the first publication of this notice filed 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    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. A. Anamayah Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner   "Lot 3b containing an area of 1.292 (one decimal two nine two) acres and Sublot 'B' of Lot 3 containing an area of 5.275 (five decimal two seven five) acres, Plantation Speculation, situate on the

NOTICE Right Bank Canje Creek, in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana, the said Lot 3b and Sublot 'B' of Lot 3, being laid down and defined on a plan by R.T. John, Sworn, Land Surveyor, dated this 26th day of September, 2013, and recorded in the Department of Land and Surveys on the 3rd day of October, 2013 and recorded as Plan No. 57075."  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.                   of Lot 6 'I' Limlair Village, Corentyne Berbice the duly constituted attorney of   , has presented a Petition for a Declaration of title by Prescription of the property described in the Schedule hereunder.   intend to oppose the said petition must within one month after the date of the first publication of this notice filed 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   . 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. A. Anamayah Attorney-at-law for Petitioner : "Sublot 'y' containing an area of 0.079 (nought decimal nought seven nine) of an acre being portion of Lot 17, Section 'K' Plantation Limlair situate on the Corentyne Coast, in the county of Berbice, Republic of Guyana, the said Sublot being laid down and defined on a plan by R.T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 28th day of August, 2013, and deposited in the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 6th day of September, 2013, as Plan No. 56874. : 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.                     of 242 Dindyal Street, Rosignol, West Bank Berbice, has presented a Petition for a Declaration of Title by Prescription of the property described in the schedule hereunder.    intend to oppose the said Petition must within one (1) month after the date of the first publication of this notice filed 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    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. A. Anamayah Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner  "Lot 10 containing an area of 0.239 (nought decimal two three nine), Plot 'A' containing an area of 0.280 (nought decimal two eight nought) and Plot 'B' containing an area of 0.242 (nought decimal two four two) of an acre all begin portions of Plantation Lot No. 7 or Willemstaad, situate on the West Coast of Berbice, in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana, the said Lot and Plots being laid down and defined on a plan by R.T. John, Sworn Land Surveyor, dated this 11th day of September, 2012, and recorded in the Department of Lands and Surveys on the 20th

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NOTICE day of September, 2012 and recorded as Plan No. 53923."  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.                                      of 242 Dindyal Street Rosignol, West Bank Berbice, has presented a Petition for a Declaration of title by Prescription of the property described in the Schedule hereunder.   intend to oppose the said petition must within one (1) month after the date of the first publication of this notice filed 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 n o t i c e o f t h e s a i d        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. A. Anamayah Attorney-at-Law for Petitioner : "Plot 'FH' containing an area of 0.165 (nought decimal one six five) of an acre being portion of Lot 'B' Section A, north section Plantation Rosignol, situate on the left bank Berbice River, in the County of Berbice, Cooperative Republic of Guyana, the said Plot being laid down and defined on a plan by R. T. John Sworn Land Surveyor dated this 11th day of September, 2012, and recorded in the Department of Lands an Surveys on the 20th day of September, 2012 and recorded as Plan NO. 53915.  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.                           , both of Lot 14 Perth, Essequibo Coast in the Republic of Guyana have presented a Petition for Declaration of Title by Prescription to the property described in the Schedule hereto, jointly.   intending to oppose the said Petition must within 1 (one0 month after the date of the first publication of this Notice file in the Registry of the High Court at Georgetown, Demerara, a Notice of his/her opposition and an Affidavit in Support thereof and serve a copy of the Notice and any Affidavit upon the said    . The said Petition is accompanied by a Plan of the property which may be inspected at the said Registry during office hours.  Attorney-at-Law for Petitioners Dated at Georgetown, Demerara. This 26th day of Novenber, 2013 : Western portion of Lot numbered 13 being portion of Section 'R' Plantation Dunkeld, situate on the Essequibo Coast in the County of Essequibo and Republic of Guyana the said Lot having an area of 0.2160 (nought decimal two one six nought) of an acre being shown on a plan by Colin J.H. Bowen, Sworn Land Surveyor dated the 25th April, 2013 and recorded in the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission on the 3rd May, 2013 as plan No. 55823. : The address for service of the Petitioner is at the Office of               Attorney-at-Law at Lot 216 South Road, Lacytown, Georgetown, Demerara, Guyana.


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EDUCATIONAL   tutoring: English as a second language, English, Portuguese. Tel. 667-3829.  a certificate in Cosmetology or Nails alone. Call Miss Jenny 225-5360, 2265904, 625-7844, 687-7566.  your child struggling and needs individual attention, then call 622-7221, 663-2426 for a personal tutor. All ages and subjects.  (194 Camp Street) - CXC 2014 full-time, morning, lesson. Adult classes, Maths, English 'A' all Business and Science subjects. 6835742, 223-0604. Royal School of Beauty: Be on the cutting edge of beauty care. Learn relaxing, cutting, skin care, nail technology and much more. Enrol today with Pamela Dillon 231-8148, 665-4565. Ask about our easy payment plan.  First Class Home Style Schooling. Strictly no overcrowding, excellent Phonics/ Reading, Standard English maintained. Lessons Grade 1-6. 684-7403.  CADRE ACADEMY, 21 George St, Georgetown. Contact 6962602, 694-8968 CSEC Classes Forms 1-5 and Adults, Business, Science and core subjects offered. Qualified teachers. 94% passes Grades 1-3. Prices start at $2 500 per subject. Register now for new term.  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, acryl i c nails & a irbrushing, manicure, pedicure, facial, make-up 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.

LEARN TO DRIVE LEARN TO DRIVE  Driving School Lot 2 Croal Street Stabroek and enjoy our Anniversary special between 19th October to 30th November 2013 fee reduce by 20% Call 227-3869, 227-3835, 227-7560, 622-8162.

LEARN TO DRIVE  Institute of Motoring Learn to drive at an affordable cost. Professional, Courteous and Patient Driving Instructor. For more details contact Annmarie/ Vanessa at 172 Light and Charlotte Streets, Bourda. Te# 2275072, 226-7541, 226-0168. www.rksinstituteofmotering.webs.com

MASSAGE

MASSAGE

                   .          Divinty Spa, 245 Sheriff St., specialise in relaxation and therapuetic massages, facials. Call 661-6 6 9 4 , a s k f o r Dianna noyice

NOTICE

    is now accepting walkin patients. You no longer need an appointment. We are located on Camp Street next to Church\s Chicken We are Guyana's number one American-style clinic"                      In the matter of the Money Lender Act, Chapter 91:05 and in the matter of an application for a Certificate pursuant to Section 4, thereof.                The application of Walter Roberts and Georgeana Pryce-Roberts of 21 Owen Street Kitty, Georgetown, Guyana humbly sheweth. That the applicants are desirous to obtain a Certificate under Section 4 of the Money Lender Act and refer to the information furnished under the following heads. 1. Whether Applicants desire grant of a new Certificate; Grant of a New Licence. 2. True names of Applicants: Walter Roberts and Georgeana Pryce-Roberts. 3. Private Address of Applicants: 21 Owen Street Kitty Georgetown Guyana. 4. Name under which it is desired to carry on business as Money Lender: Fast Cast Western Union and Pawn Brokerage 5. Address of which it is desired to carry on business at Lot 1 D'Urban & Louisa Row. 6. True name and address of partners if any: No partners. 7. Name of person or persons (other than the owner or partners) responsible or proposed to be responsible for the management of the business: Travis Shepherd. 8. Date of issue of any previous certificate under the Money Lender Act granted by a Magistrate and name and address authorised by such certificate None 9. If formally registered under the Money Lender Ordinance Chapter 335, date registered and name and address under which registered: None 10. If registered under the Business Names Registration Act, Chapter 90:05 date of Registration and name and address under which registered: None. 11. Particulars of any conviction under the Money Lender Ordinance, Chapter 335 of the Money Lender Act of the Applicant, their partner of any person responsible or proposed to be responsible for the management of the business: None. 12. Particulars of any Order Section 8 of Money Lender Act suspending or cancelling and certificate of or disqualifying from obtaining a certificate the applicants or their partner or any person responsible proposed to be responsible for the management of the business: None. 13. Particulars of any refusal of a certificate to the Applicants or their partner or any person responsible or proposed to be responsible for the management of the business: None. Walter

GUYANA CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 20134, 2014 GUYANA CHRONICLE Saturday January NOTICE

Roberts (Applicant) Georgeana Pryce-Roberts (Applicant) dated at Georgetown, Demerara, this day of July, 2011.                 In the matter of the Money Lender Act, Chapter 91:05 and in the matter of an application for a Certificate pursuant to Section 4, thereof.                  The application of Walter Roberts and Georgeana Pryce-Roberts of 21 Owen Street Kitty, Georgetown, Guyana humbly sheweth. That the applicants are desirous to obtain a Certificate under Section 4 of the Money Lender Act and refer to the information furnished under the following heads. 1. Whether Applicants desire grant of a new Certificate; Grant of a New Licence. 2. True names of Applicants: Walter Roberts and Georgeana Pryce-Roberts. 3. Private Address of Applicants: 21 Owen Street Kitty Georgetown Guyana. 4. Name under which it is desired to carry on business as Money Lender: Fast Cast Western Union and Pawn Brokerage 5. Address of which it is desired to carry on business at Lot 21 Owen Street, Kitty. 6. True name and address of partners if any: No partners. 7. Name of person or persons (other than the owner or partners) responsible or proposed to be responsible for the management of the business: Travis Shepherd. 8. Date of issue of any previous certificate under the Money Lender Act granted by a Magistrate and name and address authorised by such certificate None 9. If formally registered under the Money Lender Ordinance Chapter 335, date registered and name and address under which registered: None 10. If registered under the Business Names Registration Act, Chapter 90:05 date of Registration and name and address under which registered: None. 11. Particulars of any conviction under the Money Lender Ordinance, Chapter 335 of the Money Lender Act of the Applicant, their partner of any person responsible or proposed to be responsible for the management of the business: None. 12. Particulars of any Order Section 8 of Money Lender Act suspending or cancelling and certificate of or disqualifying from obtaining a certificate the applicants or their partner or any person responsible proposed to be responsible for the management of the business: None. 13. Particulars of any refusal of a certificate to the Applicants or their partner or any person responsible or proposed to be responsible for the management of the business: None. Walter Roberts (Applicant) Georgeana Pryce-Roberts (Applicant) dated at Georgetown, Demerara, this day of July, 2011.                 In the matter of the Money Lender Act, Chapter 91:05 and in the matter of an application for a Certificate pursuant to Section 4, thereof.                  The application of Walter Roberts and Georgeana Pryce-Roberts of 21 Owen Street Kitty, Georgetown, Guyana humbly sheweth. That the applicants are desirous to obtain a Certificate under Section 4 of the Money Lender Act and refer to the infor-

SERVICES

NOTICE mation furnished under the following heads. 1. Whether Applicants desire grant of a new Certificate; Grant of a New Licence. 2. True names of Applicants: Walter Roberts and Georgeana Pryce-Roberts. 3. Private Address of Applicants: 21 Owen Street Kitty Georgetown Guyana. 4. Name under which it is desired to carry on business as Money Lender: Fast Cast Western Union and Pawn Brokerage 5. Address of which it is desired to carry on business at Lot 156 Alexander Street, Kitty. 6. True name and address of partners if any: No partners. 7. Name of person or persons (other than the owner or partners) responsible or proposed to be responsible for the management of the business: Travis Shepherd. 8. Date of issue of any previous certificate under the Money Lender Act granted by a Magistrate and name and address authorised by such certificate None 9. If formally registered under the Money Lender Ordinance Chapter 335, date registered and name and address under which registered: None 10. If registered under the Business Names Registration Act, Chapter 90:05 date of Registration and name and address under which registered: None. 11. Particulars of any conviction under the Money Lender Ordinance, Chapter 335 of the Money Lender Act of the Applicant, their partner of any person responsible or proposed to be responsible for the management of the business: None. 12. Particulars of any Order Section 8 of Money Lender Act suspending or cancelling and certificate of or disqualifying from obtaining a certificate the applicants or their partner or any person responsible proposed to be responsible for the management of the business: None. 13. Particulars of any refusal of a certificate to the Applicants or their partner or any person responsible or proposed to be responsible for the management of the business: None. Walter Roberts (Applicant) Georgeana Pryce-Roberts (Applicant) dated at Georgetown, Demerara, this day of July, 2011.

FOR HIRE/RENTAL RENTAL HIRE

 equipped kitchen at Julian's Restaurant and bar $35 000 weekly. 638-4505, 2254709.  classrooms available for rental. Rent as you need. One day a week, two days week, suitable for day classes, lessons, evening classes, lectures. Rates from as l o w a s $10 000 monthly, 71 Croal Street, stabroek. Tel. 6245741.  an event? Call Travellers Sound C ompany, thirty years in the business . I n d i a n w e d d i n g , r e l i gious function, barbecue, conference, concerts (all levels). We do stage lighting, disco lighting, parties, gen e r a t o r s f rom 5 KVA to 400 KVA, PA system, all types. Tel. 2266527, 600-7242, 600-3122, 623-7242, 623-3122, Leonard or Steven, based at Club Monaco.

PAWN SHOP

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 Jewellery and Pawn Shop, Lot 1 Durban Street Werk-en-Rust between Camp and George Streets. Tel: 2236331, 227-2307.

SERVICES     Construction and Rental Service excavator, bobcat, truck, tools. Tel. 6015024, 2274536.  repairs and software troubleshooting. Best value. 684-7403.

SERVICES

 need for someone to care for the elderly? Contact 665-3285, 218-0106.  your payroll, NIS reports and PAYE reports. Call 673-7572 for more information.        t o r e f r i g e r a tors, washing machines, gas s t o v e s , A C u n i t s . Te l . 6 6 6 2276, 223-7975 (Kirk). repair AC units, refrigerators, washing machines, gas stoves, freezers, microwaves, etc. 683-1312, 6273206 (Nick)..  installation: Cutting, polishing and profiling to all your granite counter tops. Also building of cupboards and closets. Contact Rawle 611 - 7 0 3 1 , 6 6 7 - 7 9 6 3 .    Assoc i a t e s Financial Services Chartered Accountants Services: Taxation, Consultancy, Accounting, Income tax, Vehicle and Building Compliances. Office located at 190 Church Street, South Cummingsburg, Georgetown. Tel. 223-2105, 662-7 4 6 7 , or Email at joeastman2001@yahoo.com Services Have you been denied a visa, been deported, need advice on VISA ma tters?Email for free advice and subsequent help from our trained Immigration Attorneys in USA and Canada for further information Email immigrationservices450@yahoo.com                                             REPAIRS and Services: We fix all desktops, laptops and tablets. We sell laptop screen as cheap as $16 000. Set up office and business networks and internet café. Quality, reliable and affordable service, trained technician, The PC doctor 696-2602, Get 20%      Save your life or prevent injury!, Save your vehicle from being hijacked!, Save your valuables from being robbed!, Know where your vehicle is 24/7!, Kill the engine by the owner or controller!, Get/send panic button sms messages if held up!, Know if vehicle is out of route sms messages sent, Personal Tracker available!, Personal Tracker can transfer from vehicle to vehicle by self. Personal Tracker can transfer person to person, Both Systems full mapping, Record kept for months of all movements, etc, etc. Comprehensive Insurance Discounts. RK's: 172 Light and Charlotte Streets, B o u r d a . Te l : 2 2 - 6 7 5 2 1 ; 2 2 60168 (Ask for Dr. Net).

PRIVATE INVESTIGATION PI

 spouse, polygraph testing, background checks, locating missing persons, bodyguard service, private + criminal investigation, any other (Worldwide). Contact Strategic Advisory Services. Tel. 592-651-3508, 592-668-9532 Email: sasmi5@hotmail. c o m M e m b e r of National Association of Investigative Specialists (USA) (All assignments treated as top secret  PEN PALS  a Friend! Get educated! Get Married! Migrate!..through the CFI. Telephone Friendship Link. Call 592-261-5079, 654-3670, 6888293,261-6833 twenty-four hours  you a single, lonely, easy-going woman, non-smoking, kind and loving and looking for a serious relationship, 50 years old, independent? East Indian man is looking for someone like you. 6897007.

SPIRITUALITY

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 reading, other works done. For fast results - reuniting lovers, removing evil and all blockages, etc. Call 696-8873, 673-1166. works done to bring peace, finance, success, enhance prosperity, remove evil, blockage, reunite families, lovers, etc. 610-7234, 644-0058.  spiritual help in removing evil spirit, bad luck, evil sickness, spells, reuniting lovers, bringing prosperity to business, etc. Tel: 612-6417, 220-0708, .6875653.

VACANCY

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 Receptionist and Cleaners at Sunset View Hotel , David Street, Kitty. Tel. 2236416. , Wood-Mizer Sawmill Operator, Grant Manager, Chain saw Operator, Moulder operator, one Skid operator. Call Richard 609-7675, 233-2614.  Hardware, 244 Regent Street, Lacytown., wants experienced sales clerks, porters. Please apply in person with written application. for a receptionist at local hotel. Interested persons, please bring in application to Sun Flower Hotel, 229 Cummings and South Road. Tel. 225-3817 Must be 20 years and older.  the following positions: Cashier, Waiter, Waitress, Bill Clerk and Kitchen Assistant. Send application to Kam Boat Restaurant, 51 Sheriff Street, Campbellville. Georgetown.  Attendants, Handyman. Must be able to work shifts. Requirements - application, reference last place of employment TIN, NIS#, ID#. Apply 233 South Road Tel. 225-0198. : Relief Cashiers must be able to work shift. Requirements - application reference last place of employment. TIN NIS#, ID#. Apply 233 South Road. Tel. 225-0198. Benefits. Meals allowance, uniform allowance.  Chef, male preferred, with grilling experience, Carnegie training would be an asset. Good salary, comfortable environment. Call 225-7933 or visit 172 Sheriff Street next door to Survival Supermarket.  Must be able to work shift. Requirements - application, reference last place of employment, TIN, NIS#, ID#. Apply 233 South Road. Tel. 225-0198. Benefits - uniform allowance. exists for the following positions at : Managers, waiters, waitresses, supervisors, cashiers, bartenders, cleaners, hostesses, security personnel. Send applications to P.O. Box:101848


GUYANA Saturday CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, GUYANA CHRONICLE January 4, 2014JANUARY 4, 2013 VACANCY  Must be able to work shift. Requirements - application, reference last place of employment Food Handler's Certificate TIN, NIS#, ID#. Benefits - meal allowance, uniform allowance. Apply 233 South Road. Tel. 2250198. exist for security guards to work at Land-ofCanaan East Bank Demerara. Preference given to applicants from the East Bank Area. Send written applications to May's Shopping Centre, 98 Regent Street, Georgetown. Call 6672767 for further information.  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 64-65 Bourda Market. Tel. 226-0693, one cleaner call Samantha 223-6072.  opportunity: Experienced customer serviceoriented person to manage apartment complex. Kindly address handwritten applications to Apartment Management Vacancy PO Box 101161, Georgetown, Guyana.  Media Scholarship and internship 2014. We are offering two journalism scholarships and two technical internships. Please apply in writing, stating any experience, qualifications visual or written. Sample of work or work in progress. Apply to MBC, 228 'C' Camp Street, North C/ Burg Georgetown.      - W i t h a v e r s a t i l e personality of exemplary leadership with material and capacity for training. Be prepared to work beyond the call of duty and have own vehicle or driver's licence. Female also welcomed to apply. Top salary, benefits, allowances. Minimum rank of Sargeant in the GDF or Police or Private Security Experience, exposure and qualifications.    For shift work as Dispatchers. Females also welcomed to apply. Private Security Experience; Police or Military an asset but not a necessity. General Supervisory persona or ability acceptable also. Discipline, honesty and personal organization a must. Live in accommodation available for out of town personnel.      Drivers with car, van and lorry licenses for general security transport and supervision using company lorry, canters, cars, vans and 3 wheelers or 2 wheel motorcycles. Honesty and respect for procedures and rules a must. Excellent salary, allowances and insurances and benefits. Former employees of decency, respect and professionalism are welcome to reapply.    : Team Leader and Trainer of staff for our Elite Armed Team for Cash Transport in our Air Conditioned Vehicles, specialized high ranking sites and response team. Excellent benefits, wages and conditions.    To supervise teams at various locations requiring a supervisory staff.   Guards in Georgetown, East Coast and East Bank for various quality locations. Government wages fully approved, and where applicable more is paid. Active, youthful and dynamic male and female guards required. Retired personnel also welcome for sites requiring such personalities. Part time employment also available. Contact: Mr. Desmond Leitch, GM; Mr. Raghubir, Security Cons; or Miss Abrams, Special Projects Officer;-or Mr. Roshan Khan :            

VACANCY   Highly motivated and energetic person with secondary education, 2 years min. experience in retail sales. Starting at $40,000. - $45,000. per month.  Highly motivated individual with excellent analytical abilities needed for inventory control and marketing .Diploma in Business or Marketing field is required. Working knowledge of MS Office, Quickbooks plus 1 year experience is needed.  exist at Survival Shopping Complex, 173 Sheriff Street, Campbellville, for cleaners and drivers. Persons must send in application along with a passportsize photograph. For more information, contact 227-5286-89.

LAND FOR SALE

Land For Sale

  of lease land at Yarrokabra. Tel. 601-9297, 616-8193.  $50M Keyhomes: 223-1765 /-6158734  in Eccles 50 x 100, $6M neg. Tel. 616-6000.  Public Road W.C.D, 38x150, 16M, 6663619.  in Atlantic Ville, 90 x 55, sale by owner. No reasonable offer refused. 697-0631.  , Republic Drive, Betterverwagting, East Coast. No Agent. Tel. # 684-3009, 667-3953.  commercial land on the East Coast Public road. Tel 671-1997  at 14 Kersaint Park 50 x 90, sale by owner $15M, No reasonable offer refused. 699-9201.   cultivated citrus, house, fish pond, storage, 2 acres cultivated, ACRE cultivated Parika. Contact 226-7968.   100 x 50 only $14M, Call 231-2064, 225-2626, 227-6863, 615-0069, 627-0288, 226-1064.  land at Phase 2 Martyrsville, Mon Repos ECD. Price $3M neg. Tel. 629-5300.  at Friendship EBD eastern side of the road, no reasonable offer refused, dimension 305 x 72 sale by owner. Tel. 639-7045, 666-6255.                 in Queenstown 165 x 60 over $100M. Phone Vice President Alysious Pereira 6232591, Vice President Darandia 615-0069, 618-0000, 225-2626  land in Duncan St. for 4-storey office complex, bond, school, apartment $31M. Phone 627-0288, Mr. Ramsayoe 618-0000, MrAlysious Pereira 623-2591, Mr. Darindra 615-0069.  Vreed-en-Hoop double lot 80x160 on Public Road $36M, Highway land on Public Road 30 acres $15M, Providence EBD $3M, Diamond 1st Street $11M. Tel. 225-3737, 2254893, 651-7078.  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 2252626, 618-0000, 225-2626, 623-2591, 226-1064, 227-6863, 615-0069  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 6150069, 618-0000 Vice President Alysious Pereira 623-2591, 227-6863, 2261064, 225-2626.    land in Bel Air Village for hotel, bond, 5storey, students' dorm - $42M. Phone Vice President Patrick Pereira 669-3350, Vice President Ramsohoye 618-0000, 623-2591, 227-6863, 225-2626, 667-7812.

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lot in Dennis St, with driveway 20 feet $17M, Sec. 'M', 80 x 60, plus reserve for bond $19M, Da S i l v a S t 8 0 x 5 0 $13M, Kitty Railway Embankment 8 000 sq. ft $ 20M, land has 20 ft driveways. V i ce Preside n t D r a n d i a 6 1 5 0069, Vice President Alysious Pereira - 623-2591, Vice President Ramsayae 618-0000, Vice President 225-2626, 2261064, 667-7812.

-BEDROOM bottom flat apartment at 94 Shell Road, Kitty. fully grilled. Tel. 643-6552

Street: One- & twobedroom furnished apartments. with hot & cold, AC & Internet from US$20 daily. Rates neg. for monthly visitors. Phone: 227-5852/638-4404.

/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.

  to Brickdam, $75M suitable for 5-storey complex, hotel Mr Ramsohoye 618-0000, Mr Pereira 226-1064, M r. Darindra 615-0069, 2252 6 2 6 , 2 2 7 - 6 8 6 3 , 2 2 5 - 5 1 9 8\

: New modem 5-storey building for sale or rent. Studio apartments. Tel. 2260025, 648-3171.

 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 i n vestment $95M, talking of 5storey complex. Phone Lady Boston 684-2244, Lady Racel Jones 688-3434 lady Davi Dyal 697-9377, Master Darindra 615-0069, 6180000, 623-2591, 225-2626, 225-3068, 226-1064 , Email : tonyreidsrealty@hotmail.com  businesses must think out of the box. They must adopt a new strategy. The Chinese are moving in so m e l o c a t i o n s t h a t l a n d for bond/factory is cheap, 20 000 sq ft land close to the Chinese embassy for bond. $58M, 8 000 s q . f t o n the main road close t o t h e C h i nese Embassy $54M for 4-storey fast food/supermarket 200car 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. Danhandri 615-0065, Mr. Patrick Pereira 669-3350, Mr. Alysious Pereira 623-2591, 225-2709, 225-2626, 225-3068, 226-1064, 227-6863, 225-5198 Seven days of h o t m ail: tonyreidsrealty.com.  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 d o u b l e l ot $35M, Croal Street 75 x 50 - $32M, 3 lot s a t ' A A ' Eccles with massive unfinished structure $98M, plus reserve. Friendship $3.5M, Pearl 5 acres for gated c o m m u n i t y $45M neg. Phone cell 697-9377, 225-3068, 226-1064, 227-6863 , 227-6964, 225-2626.

TO LET to let Gardens $US1100 Keyhomes: 223-1765/ 615-8734  and apartments 621-5282.    Shop. Merriman's Mall. 642-6381, 223-6862. Gardens: 3-bedrooms apartment exclusive. 6139033.  bottom flat at Tucber Park, New Amsterdam. 333-3838, 626-9002.  three-bedroom tiled and concrete apartment for rental. Call 234-0843, 622-5223.  furnished apartments, 1 and 2 bedrooms. Longand short-term Contact 645-0787  space - 2500 square feet- Lamaha and Carmichael Street. Call 225-8915 (office).  2-bedroom upper flat $45 000 monthly. Married couple preferred. Tel. 653-7654.

 in Cummings Lodge for UG student. Contact 601-6486. -bedroom apartment in Kitty $50 000 monthly. 626-2990, 687-7566.  female to share house in La Parfaite Harmonie, WBD, $25 000. Call 695-7808.

 for rent from January 1, 2014, walking distance to UG. Call 222-6708.  floor, Camp Street area, for offiiceor other type of business. Call Richard 609-7675, 233-2114. -room self-contained apartment. 226-5778, 613-9139, 619-2136. -BEDROOM top flat in Dennis Street, Campbellville US$600. Tel. 672-5933. & TWO bedroom apartment in Campbellville suitable for business also. 621-3661. -bedroom bottom flat, fully grilled, AC, hot and cold, parking and phone. Tel. 226-5400.  room and apartment $3 000, $4 000, $5 000, $6 000 daily. Call Julian - 638-4505, 225-4709.  and bar available from January 1, 2014, UG Road, also area for any kind of business. Call 623-3404.  BEDROOM apartment at Da Silva Street $70 000. Tel. 6102021, 629-4337.  for overseas visitors, US$30 per day. Tel. 6506231, 697-0480.  2-bedroom bottom flat, 319 East Street Georgetown. 2250568.  floor and second floor space on Duncan Street. 6218198.  apartment in Bent Street, Wortmanville, US$30 per day. Contact 226-3309, 2181033, 678-4267.  apartment in Bel Air Village, internet and electricity included. 222-0515., 614-4862.  office, suitable for storage, salon, computer or other. Call 628-7589, 227-3064.  Furnished executive top flat with all conveniences. Price US$500 neg. Tel. 225-0545.  Avenue: Furnished executive apartment with internet access, generator and parking. Tel. 642-0636.  space $50 000, internet café $50 000, beauty salon $60 000, bond space $60 000. Tel. 642-0636.  property on the corner of Fourth and Light Streets, Alberttown, perfect for business. Interested persons, please call 617-8255.  place" Furnished, suitable for restaurant in Albert St. Tel. 621-5282. : One-bedroom apartment semi-furnished daily or monthly. 650-1471.  self-contained semi-furnished room located in Norton Street, Lodge $18 000 monthly, electricity included. Tel. 261-5611, 687-2825 , WBD: (31 bus zone), Bedroom, inside toilet, bath, $20 000. 10 minutes to Georgetown, Churchyard - 6281567, 628-5738. Bus Deryck. -BEDROOM house by itself, in Sophia $40 000 monthly. Fully furnished 2-bedroom, executive apartment with security, parking, AC, generator US$700 neg. 6389116, 603-0976.

 3-bedroom upper flat in 'CC' Eccles, parking available, Price $100 000 m o n t h l y. Contact 6392728.  three-bedroom, fully furnished and fully grilled middle flat, long-term or long-term. Tel. 225-0071, 674-7420.  $100 000, Bel Air $80 000 - U$1800, Atlantic Gardens US$900, Greenfield Park US$1250. Diana 227-2256, 626-9382. -bedroom (apartment), fully tiled and furnished with AC, hot and cold internet, US$25 daily (No private calls). 231-6061, 621-1524.  building Shell Road, Kitty 3 bedrooms, toilet/ bath, dining upper flat, kitchen, dining lower flat $80 000. 2269548, 666-6714.  self-contained one-bedroom executive-style apartment fully furnished Campbellville, $85 000 monthly. 227-8451, 6228109.  furnished house located at 1134 Crane Place, South Ruimveldt Park. Rates neg. Contact 611-6880, 225-9229.  3 bedroom & 2 bedroom apt with hot & cold, ac, self contained etc. Location, Mon Repos ECD, prices $110,000 & $90,000. Tel: 6180626.  US $100,000, Atlantic Gardens US $900, Greenfield Park US 1250. Have Properties to rent or sell? Then call Diana 227-2256, 6269382.  Street, Bourda: Fully furnished two-bedroom upper flat with AC, internet, hot and cold, all inclusive US$35 daily. Rate neg, for monthly visiting. Phone 623-9308, 227-5852. ,: Fully furnished 1- and 3-bedroom apartments, hot and cold, AC, parking, internet, etc. Suitable for overseas visitors, short term. 226-5137, 227-1843.  with bottom, fully furnished, 2 bedrooms, toilet, bath. Unfurnished bottom 2 bedrooms, toilet, bath at Chateau Margot ECD. Tel. 660-0943.  Coast (house) $40 000, Kitty $65 000, Bel Air US$2000, Campbellville $100 000, Atlantic Gardens US$900, Greenfield Park US$1250. Diana 227-2256, 6269382.  furnished two-family house top flat three bedrooms $40 000 neg. Bottom flat one bedroom $20 000 neg., situated at Ruby Village near Tuschen, East Bank Essequibo. Tel. 6862800, 661-1987. -bedroom furnished apartment telephone, internet, parking, tiled and carpeted floors, Diamond, East Bank Demerara, available from January 1 2014, $60 000 per month. Call 6383622, 658-1523, 231-8567, 2163333 after 17:00hrs.  Street, Kitty: 3-bedroom front house, 1 self-contained room, tub, washroom, hot and cold, 2 washrooms, 2 AC, ceiling fans in all rooms, breezy verandah and all rooms beautifuly lacquered fully grilled, private driveway for 3 vehicles. Suitable for foreigners. Call 2253262, 678-6948.  5-bedroom concrete house with hot and cold, AC etc. One 3-bedroom apartment with hot and cold, AC and one 2-bedroom apartment with hot and cold, AC etc. Price $200 000, $110 000 and $90 000. Location Mon Repos ECD. Tel. 618-0626.

 concrete 2-flat house at 47 Happy Acres ECD, fully furnished. 3 bedrooms top flat, hot and cold bath, big yard space. Can be used for domestic or office purposes. Call 225-2902, 673-1095.  World #1 Realtor Mister Terry Redford Reid 667-7812, 2256858, 225-7164, 226-1064, 2252626, 231-2068, 619-7945. Have the executive rental reduced by 35%, Prashad Nagar US$1000, Jacaranda Ave. Bel Air Park US$2000, Barima Ave Bel Air Park US$1800, Bel Ai r Springs US$1000, large bond for rental office small form US$375,10000sqft office space for technologybusiness, Lamaha Gardens US$1500, Lama Ave, Bel Air Park US$1800, Bel Air Park on the round about US$1000, Prashad Nagar US$1500, land from $11 million, riverside land hotels with US$35 0 0 0 m o n t h rental a nd office space US$40 000 month properties from $14 million. 225-2626, 2255198, 226-1064, 623-2591, 6693350  Furnished 3-bedroom house by itself US$800, Kitty 3-bedroom unfurnished upstairs $80 000, North Ruimveldt newly refurbished 2bedroom downstairs $55 000, Eccles unfurnished 2-bedroom apartment $80 000. Call 6558361, 699-6811, Fabulous Homes Realty.  BSc has more than 20,000 hrs in Real Estate Investment and Economic Transformation of People Economic Growth. We ha ve rental from US$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. f r o m U S $ 7 0 0 , b o n d 8 0 0 0 sq ft, small and large office spaceupto15000sqfoot;stateofthearthotel and office complex with income of US$40 000 monthly; 2 acres of land in the city for hotel, and any complex MainStreet2½ acresUS$5M, Water Street 4 acresforhotel,hotelon5acresoflandoverlooking the sea US$5M; another overlooking the sea US$1.5M, income US$15000; riverside land residential land at LBI - $10M; Republic Park $8M, Diamond $7M, Sec. ' K ' $ 2 0 M , B e l A ir P a r k $ 2 5 M , G arnett double lot $42M, Phone 225-2626, 231-2064, 225-2709, 226-1064, 227-6949, 227-6863, 667-7812.6197945. have rental from US$800 in    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.                2-storey c o n c r e t e property, master room, 2 bedrooms, kitchen, family room, den, verandah, hot and cold facilities, semi-furn i s h e d , s e c u r i t y c a m e r a s, land spac e US$1500.   2-storey concrete property, fully air conditioned 3 bedrooms, unf u r nished US$2000, (neg).   2-storey concrete property large living area, 4 self-contained rooms hot and cold facilities, gene r a tor, unfurnished US$1500 neg.   middle floor suitable for business $175 00 0 . : Beautiful 2storey concrete property in perfect con d i t i o n , 4 b e d r o o m s , h o t a nd cold facilities, master room, family room, den, air-conditioned, parking space for vehicle US$2500. Do call u s o n Tel. 225- 6858, 225-7164, 6881885 Call Terrence 667-7812. We are situated at 247 'D' Forshaw &Oronoque Sts. Queenstown.


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22 22 TO LET   Bel Air Gardens unfurnished four bedrooms, one master with study and patio, one guest bathroom, two guest toilets, open plan living dining area, built-in closets, lounge with bar area meeting room, servant quarters, multiple parking, secure and secluded, Suite Corporate Executives. Tel. 6679367.

PROPERTY FOR SALE  concrete building with land, suitable for business can also be converted into home, located at Better Hope ECD. Tel. 601-9297, 616-8193.  2-storey building wooden and concrete in Norton Street, five buildings from Camp Street, second house in yard, $20M neg. Call 628-0972. Ideal for two families.

PROPERTY FOR SALE

 Gardens $75M Keyhomes : 223-1765/615-8734  Acres $45M 2231765/615-8734

 Street $60M and $245M Keyhomes: 223-1765/ 615-8734

 house in 995 Perry St. Tucville recently renovated. ppkissoon@hotmail.co.uk  property in Turkeyen Gardens. Serious enquiries only. TeL. 662-9771.

 property in Alberttown on the corner of Fourth and Light Streets. Interested persons, please call 617-8255. -STOREY concrete house in Eccles, 3 apartments downstairs $20M neg. Tel. 223-4242, 655-3817. flat house at 18th Avenue Diamond Housing Scheme. Tel. 226-5778, 6139139, 629-6351.  Ruimveldt Park: Two-storey concrete/wooden four bedrooms, two bathrooms, parking, etc, $26M. Tel. 618-3635.  new concrete twostorey, Kitty property, vacant. $36M, Mr Boodram 692-3831, Mr. Darindra 615-0069, 6232591.  place. Price $60 000. One small and fully secured ground floor, central location. Tel. 642-0636.  executive apartment with internet access, generator and parking. Price US$500. Tel. 642-0636.

 $4.5M neg, Grove $8 M , N o n P a r e i l $ 1 0 M , D\Urban Backlands $30M, Campbellville $35M neg, Leonora $38M, Section 'K' $40M, Shell Road Kitty $16M, Middle Road, La Penitence $12M, Rentals Republic Pa r k , B e l A i r, Lamaha Springs US$500 US$2000. Call Corretta on tel. 697-7842, 6 7 1 - 6 6 5 3 , 2 3 1 7052.

  on all properties for this summer only. UG Gardens $140M, Republic Park $30M, Nandy Park 4 apartments $32M, Middle Road La Penitence land size 140 x 60 $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 Vice President 231-2064, 225-3068, 227-6863, 226-1064, 227-6949, 225-2626.

: Grove EBD - Large concrete three-storey building with going hardware store and bond. Price $100M. Tel. 2254398, 225-3737, 651-7078.

 property in Independence Boulevard La Penitence - $7M g i v e a w a y, o w n l e a v i n g b e fore Christmas. Phone 2261064/692-3831/623-2591/ 615-0069/225-2626.

 Subryanville Ocean View concrete and wooden building $120M, Leonora WCD twostorey beautiful concrete building $48M, Canal No. 2 new 4-bedroom concrete building on 8 acres part cultivated farm land. Price $24M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4893, 651-7078.

 Stone Avenue: Large four-bedroom executive concrete building. Vacant possession. K.S. Raghubir Agency. Tel. 225-0545.  Peter Rose Street: Large two-storey concrete and wooden building with four self-contained bedrooms. Vacant possession. Tel. 642-0636.   Adelaide and Evans Streets Charlestown, Georgetown, Georgetown, Lot No. 41 Section 'A' Corentyne, Berbice. Contact 2336811, 679-3448.  (land) $8.5M, 28 acres at $400 000 per acre East Coast $12M, Eccles $25M, Quamina Street $72M, Alberttown $31M, Section 'K' $55M. Diana 227-2256, 6269382.

 from London, Lady Primo, Lamaha Gardens executive $72M Prashad Nagar on double lot $60M, Bel Air Park business & residence $45M, Norton Street business & residence $17M. Land 60 x 35 by Wellington Street $38M, Continental Park double lot $19M. Phone Lady Malika Primo - 644-9983.  constructed commercial/residential building on Water Street, Strand, New Amsterdam. Potential wharf facility, 2 acres land zone commercial. Price $125M. Tel# 626-0017, 627-1865, emailCLondon219@hotmail.com.  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: 6260993  Strathspey ECD: Flat three-bedroom concrete building $6M, Eccles two corner spots, concrete buildings $25M, Canal No. 2 twostorey 4-bedroom concrete building on 9 acres of land $25M, Tel. 2253737, 225-4398, 651-7078.

 Real Estate: Enterprise $6M, La Parfaite Harmonie $3.5M. 628-1567, 6285738.  nice 2-flat concrete house in Section 'K', going cheap $40M. Tel. 638-9116, 603-0976.

: Campbellville twostorey concrete building $50M, Atlantic Ville furnished two-storey building with generator, overlooking Atlantic Ocean $55M. Tel. 2253737, 225-4398, 651-7078.

Real Estate and Apartments: Enterprise lot with house $6M, La Parfaite Harmonie $3.5M. 628-1567, 628-5738.

: Fully furnished 5-bedroom house, all rooms self-contained, modern facilities including generator. Beautiful landscape in gated community. Tel: 592-624-8704, 592-6849203.

are) JANUARY bargains: Se c . ' K ' $23 million, Meadow Brook $28M, and $35M , K i t t y $23, Al b e r t t o w n c o n c r e t e 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, 2255198, 227-6863, 227-6449, 2252709, 231-2064, 226-1064, 6677 8 1 2 tonyreidsrealty@hotmail.com.

 $35M, East Bank $13M, Alberttown $32M, East Coast $11M, Section 'K' $55M. Diana 227-2256, 6269382.

 Gardens, Ogle, East Coast: One two-storey building, double lot, residential, fruit trees. Call 642-4926, 2222783.

 wooden building, Agricola Public Road $9M neg. L a n d w i t h f o u n d a t i o n $ 6 . 8 M Te l . 216-3120(office), 6676644.

        and Bar Cody's Place 345 East and Middle Streets, North Cummingsburg, For sale by owner only. Tel. 656-9835, 908456-6683.

        property in Bent St - $16.5M, Phone Mr. Darindra 615-0069, 226-1064, 618-0000, Mr Pereira 6232591, 225-2626. 225-5198, 231-2064, 226-1064.

 two-bedroom lower flat for immediate rental $50 000, 2 months security. Call 685-0659.

 concrete building at Chateau Margo,t ECD $32M. Tel. 661-9431.

PROPERTY FOR SALE

 Homes Int'l: Kitty $19M $28M neg, South Ruimveldt $19M, $20M neg, Enachu Street $48M neg, Mon Repos $36M, neg, Colingen $16M, Paradise Public Road $12M neg, Land Herstelling $3M, Grove $3.$6M, Diamond $4.5M. Contact Theresa 648-6033.

 3-bedroom house at Herstelling New Scheme. Must sell,, deal $8.5M. 688-1657.

 at Pearl EBD. Tel. 626-4131.

PROPERTY FOR SALE

: Sandy Babb Street business property 2-storey concrete with land space. Price $70M. Plantain Walk, Vreed-en-Hoop, Public Road nice spot for business, $35M. Tel. 225-4398, 225-3737, 6517078.

 Street $350M Keyhomes: 223-1765/ 615-8734

 'A' Diamond: 3bedroom house $45M. Fabulous Homes Realty. 682-4362.

PROPERTY FOR SALE

: Providence - just off public road, corner lot with two concrete buildings with good land space. Price $40M. Tel. 225-4398, 225-3737, 6517078.

PROPERTY FOR SALE

 property at 25 Public Road, Mon Repos, opposite market, 220-1882, 220-9889

PROPERTY FOR SALE

 Air Park $57M, Roxanne Burnham Gardens $15M, East Bank Grove (Public Road) $50M, Craig two buildings $16M, Alberttown two-storey wooden second building $13M, Etc. Tel. 618-3635, 664-5731. : Three bedroom concrete building 28M; Diamond - concrete and wooden two-storey building - 16M; Guyhoc Park - two-storey concrete and wooden building- 11M. Tel # 225-3737, 225-4398, 651-7078.

 concrete 2-flat house at 47 Happy Acres ECD, fully furnished. 3 bedrooms top flat, hot and cold bath, big yard space. Call 225-2902, 673-1095.. EBD, new 2-storey concrete house 30 x 45, 2 self-contained bedrooms plus one and half baths, 5 bedrooms with built-in closets, spacious living and dining rooms, large kitchen with cupboards, laundry room. Carport and gazebo. Asking $40M neg.. Contact 644-1736.

: Saffon Street on Public Road, large commercial property on land in excess of 16 000 sq. ft with three concrete buildings thereon. Price neg. Large commercial properties with ongoing business on large expanse of land in prime area. Price neg. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4893, 6517078.  Street, Albouystown 2-storey, 2-family front building. Vacant possession, transported, parking for 2 vehicles. Upper flat 2 bedrooms, telephone, water pump, GPL meter; lower flat extension telephone, GPL meter, one bedroom, toilet, bathroom, back yard about 15'. Tel. 6118912. : Little Diamond EBD three-bedroom concrete building $15M, Providence EBD two buildings on land $40M, Kitty large business place $70M, Vreed-enHoop Public Road property $35 million. Tel. 225-3737, 2254893, 651-7078.  Non Pareil ECD, two-storey concrete building $14M, Campbellville two-storey concrete building $50M, Diamond two-storey concrete buildings $32M $35M, $40M, Covent Gardens EBD on public road $38M. Tel. 225-3737, 225-4893, 651-7078.  Marketing and Realty. KITTY- $17M, $32M&$35M, Good Hope $15.5M, Garnett St $31M, SEC K C/ville 4 bedroom self-contained $44M, Carmichael Street 2 storey back house $22.5M, Montrose $16M, Mon Repos Block CC $22M, $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. 219-4399, 6108332

 HUGE 3-STOREY BUILDING WITH GOING BUSINESS AND LOTS OF LAND SPACE. MUST SEE. WITH GREAT POTENTIALS FOR STORE, FACTORY, BOND, SUPERMARKET, SCHOOL, DAY CARE, OR GOING BUSINESS AND LOTS OF LAND SPACE MUST SEE WITH GREAT POTENTIALS FOR STORE, FACTORY, APARTMENT, BOND, SUPERMARKET, SCHOOL, DAY CARE, OR APARTMENT. SERIOUS ENQUIRIES ONLY. 6843718.  Marketing and Realty. Middleton St C/VILL E 5 bedroom self-contained back house 15ft driveway $ 28M , Kitty business property $44M, LBI Embankment $2 4M , G o o d H o p e P / R d (land 280x 1 4 0 ) $ 9 0 M , Sheriff & Enachu Sts. $75M, Vlissengen Rd. (land) $75M, $110M, $140M, S h e r r i f St, $5 0 M , S o u t h R u i m v e l d t $ 1 6 M , D i a m o n d $ 9 M , $12M, $22M, East R/veldt $10.5M, Eccles $ 30 M , $34M, A/town $ 3 6 M , Tr i u m p h $ 1 4 M , A g r i culture Road, Triumph $ 2 0 M , S h e r i f f S t . $150M, Subryanville $58M, B r i c k d a m $ 1 0 0 M , O g l e brand ne w 2 storey, 5 bedroom house $80M, Lamaha St, Queenstown, 3-storey, corner proprty $85M. Tel. 2194399, 610-8332  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 ney Road, Chateau Margot - (4 bedroom self cont) $29M, Atlantic Ville 5 bedroom self contained $53M, Diamond 2nd Ave- 5 Bedr o o m $40M, Queenstown 5 bedroom self-contained (back lot - 80x60) $48M, Oleander Gdns $40M, Alberttown 6th St $52M, R e p u b l i c P a r k $40M, L / G a r d e n s $ 5 5 M , A t lantic Gardens $ 45M , Duncan St $ 30M , Alexander St $ 50M , R o b b St $60M,Barr St $65M , Earl's Court $35M, Meadow Brook Gardens $50M, Queenstown $70M, South Road $85M. Republic Gdns Land (100x100) $24M. Tel. 2194399, 610-8332.  m o d e r n P i k e North Ruimveldt ranch with master room $17M, Meadow Brook Gardens $35M, Tucville concrete new $27M, Providen c e $ 2 5 M , new ranch $13M, Bel Air Park $45M, Prashad Nagar $ 3 7 M , Duncan St. $23M, Sec. 'M' Campbellville requires r e pairs $14M, D'Urban St. $15M, Bent St. busine s s residence. Phone Lord Johnny Ramsohoye 225-2709, 618-0000, 227-6949, 2252626, 226-1064, 22 7 - 6 9 4 9 , 2 2 5 5198.                     Norton Street, Carmichael Street, North Ruimveldt, Bel Air Park, South Ruimveldt, continental Park, Craig, Republic Park, Diamond, Thomas Street business spot, Robb Street business spot, D'urban Street Business spot. LAND Friendship land size 115 x 450 (wharf side) $65M, Meadowbrook Gardens $8.5M Non Pariel

built two flat concrete building at Diamond New Scheme. The upstairs consists of two self-contained bedrooms with built-in closets, a spac i o u s 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 fence with spikes and razor wire above it. There is also a laundry and a generator room downstairs along with a fully tiled carport. A complete water supply is available including six tanks and pump. Asking price: $42M. Interested persons can contact owner at 693 2531.  b a r g a i n s Norton Street - $14M, Bent Street business and residence - $16M, executive Prashad Nagar mansion double lot - $85M, 8 apt. apartment complexwas-$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 residence 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, 227-6 8 6 3 , 2 2 5 - 5 1 9 8 , 6677 8 1 2 tonyreidsrealty@hotmail.com  Homes International Realty: Coldingen $14M neg, Rasville $14M neg, 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          location  Street, Kingston opposite the American Emb a s s y. O n e ( 1 ) h u g e f o u r s t orey concrete and steel building, 2 bedrooms on each flat, AC< hot water, refrigerator and stove one ach floor and fully furnished, generator. Can be used for embassy, office, apartments or residence. Price $180M. Property being sold with all equipment and furnishings inclusive. Serious enquiries 2238634, 646-3251, 227-0464'   Bargains in Guyana: Full concrete D'Urban Street business $19M, business and re s i d e n ce Bent S t r e e t 16M, Gordon Street business & residence $23M. Wat e r l o o S t r e e t b u s i n e s s a nd 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 rep a i r s , 3 - s t o r e y Q u a m i n a S t r e e t for ho tel U S $ 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 ental of ap a r t ments from US$70 0 , R e s i dence US$1 2 00 upwards. Phone Lord Patrick Pereira 2276863, 225-2709, 227-6949, 2261064, 669-3350. 7 days a week tonyreidsrealty@hotmail. c o m


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GUYANA CHRONICLE, SATURDAY, GUYANA CHRONICLE Saturday JanuaryJANUARY 4, 2014 4, 2013 PROPERTY FOR SALE  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, Middle Road La Penitence $16.5M, almost Regent and Oronoque St. $36M, Charlotte Street East of Orange Walk $28M, South Ruimveldt Gardens $66M, Meadow Brook concrete $45M, executive Republic Park $48M, Lamaha Gardens 3 selfcontained $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, 3-bedroom new concrete Ogle $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 6 1 5 0069, Vice Presiednt Alysious Pereira 623-2591, Vice Presid e n t J h o n n y Ramsahoye 2252709, Vice President Darindra 6150069, 225-2626, 225-3068, 2276863, 226-1064, 667-7812, facebook Tony Reid Realty 7 days a week 24 hours a day all holidays and all prices are negotiable.

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      Projector, 1 receiver amplifier. Contact 642-0078.  360 games, $2 500 each. 672-8212. stall in Stabroek Market. Tel. 658-0115, 718-757-8031.  and pitbull mixed. 625-0345. Frost free commercial upright freezer $90 000. Contact 622-9589.  internet café setup. Serious enquiries only. Tel. 6772085.  female pit bull 16 months, fully vaccinated, powerful build. Call 654-5461.  Cadence G5.9 Threadmill $90 000. Contact 6229589. -AN ATV's Evinrude, Seadoo Jet Ski, new household appliances. 26-0025, 648-3171. MICHELIN tyres for sale, like new, great price. Call 6115414.

AGRI. EQUIP. MISC.  180-90 4x4 tractor, Fiat 110-90 4x4 tractor, Ford 7740 4WD tractors, 416 Caterpillar 4x4 L/backhoe, Cherry picker lifts 45ft, . Tel 666-2518, 671-1809, 6392789, 666-2518.  & Ranjah Import and Export. For all genuine truck parts and accessories new and used for Leyland, DAF, ERF Bedford Model M and TM etc from the UK, also foreign used Cummins and Perkins engine from the UK We currently have transfer boxes (power box) for 6x6 TM. Tel. 592-660-9152, 592-610-2873.

VEHICLES FOR SALE

 cell phone, 9650 model, Blackberry Bold excellent condition (like new) - $12,000. 624-6464, 675-3062. Keith.

 Daf truck with hyab. Tel.. 626-5706.

 Galaxy Tab 3 (2013 Edition) and Beats by Dre Studios (over-ear) headphones. Very affordable prices. 671-3320, 690-2739.

 Mirage Bingo AC, mags, deck, in excellent condition. Tel. 641-6637, 601-3696.

 series Super GL minibus, fully loaded in excellent condition, VVTI engine. Tel. 6280513, 611-9336.

 10-seater bus, BMM 1832 in perfect condition. Tel. 614-2878.

 DAF Hauler trucks also 1 CF Daf for parts. 656-2350.

ball guns, balls and accessories. Alpha black, Tippman Project Salvo, Kingman MRX Spyder, Spyder stormer. Call 670-9606.  Ferguson parts, Perkins engines, tractor's complete front, gear box, square back leg and many more Bedford 330 and 500 engine, spring, gear box and many more. Tel. 339-3608.  8 Channels video Security kit, with 500 GB Hard Drive and 8 Night Vision Cameras. Viewable on Smartphones and tablets, Motion activated recording; contact: 622-9589.  4-cylinder engines (4236 model), factory rebuilt and beaded with radiator, key start, oil, water temperature and battery charge gauge,, very powerful. Contact 604-5819. -PIECE dining set (wholesale/retail) $35 000/$45 000, 30, 32, 34, 36 purpleheart panel doors, $28 000 each, 30, 32, 34, 36 Kabakali panel doors $20 000 each. Tel. 688-9712, 651-0717, 669-1448.

 3-storey concre t e building, Price $100M.     property in good condition. Price $18M.       beautiful 2-storey concrete property 3 selfc o n ta i n e d , 1 m a s t e r, l i brary, television room, living room, upstairs back verandah, dow n s t a i r s den, fully marble s t o n e tile, family room patio, garage parking space, for 3 cars, needs cosmetics, land space P r i c e $ 9 0 M, O g l e b e a u t i f u l p r o p e r t y $90M,  $36M neg,   $120M beautiful home excellent condition in   $ 5 5 M n e g , Queenstown property $100M. Do call us at Joy R e i d ' s R e a l t y. W e a r e l o cated at 247(D) Forshaw and Oronoque Streets, Queenstown. Tel. 225-6858, 225-7164, 667-7812, email: joyreid.realty7@yahoo.com   on all properties for this summer only. Sale! Sale! Sale! Business property immediately: East of Orange Walk in Charlotte Street $28M, 3-storey business property in Croal Street requires repairs $32M, Bent Stree t a l m o s t new 2-sto r e y business property $!6M, South R u i m v eldt Gardens residence $16M, Ogle fully concrete new $49M, Tucville new $26M, Prashad Nagar executive $55M, Bel Air Park $55M, Kitty b u s i n e s s o r residence requires repairs, on 8 000 sq. ft - $19M, Forshaw old ho u s e $21M, 3-storey business close to Main Street $55M, Meadow B r o o k $45M, f u l l y c o n c r e t e D ' U r b a n Backlands $30M, New S e c t i o n 'K' $42M, Lamaha Gardens e x e c u t i v e $ 6 8 M , one ranch-style Section 'M' 3-bedroom suites for elderly $50M, fully concrete with excellent interior work, Bel Air Gardens $130M 231-2064, 225-3068, 227-6863, 226-1064, 227-6949,

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 Honda Rebel motorcycle 250cc clean, black $450 000 neg, CG 9345, Samsung Galaxy Tablet 2, $70 000 new, Honda Falcon motorcycle 400cc, clean, $350 000 neg, CF 8636. Both bikes in GT, owner leaving country. 673-7734.  2004 Toyota Allion equipped with TV, reverse camera, CD, DVD, like new $2.2M. Mobile canteen/juice bar with generator, cooler, cupboards, Vita mix pro blender $20M neg. 6389116, 603-0976.  mitre saw, DeWalt circular saw, DeWalt saw zall, Milwaukee band saw, Makita hammer drill, HP office jet pro printer, 6-light chandelier, 6-cylinder Cummins engine with turbo, AC energy saver LG. Tel. 673-9501.

 MALE pure-bred German Shepherd, 7-week-old pups. 629-5289, 254-0608 after 18:00 hrs.  HYDRAULIC jack hammer to break very strong concrete and rock, can work on 320 and 324 CAT and also Kobelco and Doosan excavators. 656-2350.  and Decker 1.7 cu. ft refrigerator, 21 Precision TV, new PS3 console with games. Contact 639-7114, 674-5625.  Games Games: Xbox 360, PS2, PSP, games and mod, starting at $500. Contact 6843025.  AC, 12.6 and 1 8 0 0 0 B T U , 2 2 0 v o l t s . Te l . 623-3280, 689-4372.  Terrier: 10 weeks old, fully vaccinated, and dewormed. Tel. 617-9476, 660-4003.  backhoe 3 CX, caterpillar backhoe, 10-ton toad roller, portable welder on wheels. Call 6233404.  quality 16" Michelin (German) tyres with new Americanmade rims, 16" 5-hole $320 000. Tel. 626-0595, 670-4161.  table, imported and local and accessories such as cues, balls, cloth, rubber, spot chalk, etc. Tel. 6093311, 614-4841, 220-4298.  Hermetic air condition compressors (12000 BTU 24,000 BTU). All for only $50 000. Tel. 667-9367. ft decking 120x39 13 shts 11', 976 ft decking 120 x 39 61 shts 16', 350 ft decking 120 x 39' 25 shts ,14'. Tel. 6969529, 669-1113. Price - reasonable.

OWL 8 channel surveillance camera systems with 8 out door/ indoor cameras (30 feet clear night vision), DVR with 500 GB hard drive, all cables and power adaptors, remote, mouse, and software CD, internet ready with motion detection email alert. $150 000. Contact 689-1957.  equipment: Styling chair $40 000, shampoo chair $10 000, nail compressor $50 000, nail file and dryer $3 000, foot spa $6 000, 2 shampoo sinks $15 000 each, lighting sign $5 000. Tel. 652-5168.  Rover County, 4 cylinders, Turbo 4x4. Diesel (very economical) $3.5M, Mitsubishi Canter 1.5-ton box truck (hardly driven) $3.5M, Mitsubishi Lancer, 2004 Model $1.2M, Mitsubishi S h ogun just finished 50 0 0 0 miles $5.8M All vehicles are in excellent condition. Inspect before you buy. Contact 227-2174, 2260351, 227-7865  wooden boat 155 ft oil tank, inboard engine, fully certified and licensed maximum (200 grams), can be converted for fishing 5 - 15 model 'M' tyres. Double cab LN 170, double cab pickup Hilux, one model 'M' truck GMM series with winch, one hydraulic water drill rig, maximum depth 400ft. Tel. 615-5922.   machines: 1- large Canadian Band Saw 240v, one large De Walt Rip Saw or Cross Cut Saw with large arm and table, move in any direction- 240v. 1 Edge sander with 12 inch disc 240v, to sand wood edge, 1 Wadkin adjustable up and downcross cut saw on table - 240v, 1- Wadkin 12 inch plane with blades- 240v. All machines are in good working order. Owner leaving 664-3368.

VEHICLES FOR SALE

 Hilux Vigo fully loaded, lift kit, music system, etc. 638-8930.

 Toyota Town Ace minibus, BMM series. Price $1.2M. 664-5593.

VEHICLES FOR SALE

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 Carina Wagon backwheel drive. Price $600 000 neg. Tel. 626-7979.

'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, R AV- 4 , P r e m o , A l l i on, NZE, AT 212, Spacio, Vios. We have all models of used vehicles - 2313690, 649-0329, David.

 G-Touring Wagon. Price $900 000 neg. Tel. 6645545.

 F 150 2000 model $2.5M. Tel. 662-7905.

 SCRAP 312 B C AT e x c a v a t o r - 6 5 6 2350.

 A-4 2007 model, excellent condition. Asking $4.7M. Tel. 661-6161.

 crashed Toyota Vios slightly damaged, sold as is. Price $750 000. Tel. 685-0659.

 Mark II, gear, PFF series, $850 000 neg. Tel. 6441354.

  Wagon excellent condition, 15" rims, remote start, alarm, hid, DVD, TV, etc, $1,300,000 neg. 6679013, 231-3709.

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Bakewell and RHTYSC donate signboard to BCB THE CHEDDI Jagan Street, New Amsterdam office of the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) would now be easily located by visitors after the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club and one of its official sponsors, Bakewell, handed over an impressive modern signboard. The 8’x4’ signboard would welcome visitors to the BCB’s office and was described by BCB secretary Angela Haniff as a welcome gesture by the Club and Bakewell. Secretary/CEO of RHTYSC Hilbert Foster disclosed that his Club was totally dedicated to the overall development of Berbice cricket and because of this has invested heavily in the development of cricketing talent in every area in the Ancient County. In the history of cricket in Guyana, Foster stated no club who has assisted to develop a cricket board or sister clubs as the RHTYSC has done over the last two years with the BCB. The club has raised millions of dollars for the BCB’s off-the-field programmes and cricket tournaments and has also assisted over 100 young cricketers and cricket clubs in Berbice with gear, equipment and education materials among other items. He used the opportunity to call on other established cricket

clubs to stop their criticism of Berbice cricket and to start assisting less fortunate clubs and cricketers in an effort to develop the game, not only in Berbice, but Guyana and the West Indies at large. Foster disclosed that the RHTYSC would assist Berbice’s cricket in a massive way

during 2014 and over thirty cricket clubs would receive assistance during the year as Guyana’s leading youth and sports organisation is determined to assist others to enjoy success. Haniff expressed gratitude to General Manager of Bakewell, Rajin Ganga, for

his assistance and also hailed the RHTYSC as a true friend of Berbice Cricket. She expressed pleasure that the BCB office would now be easily identified via the very impressive signboard and also hailed the ‘Say No to Drugs and Yes to Life Message’ that is on the signboard.

The BCB, she stated, is very firm on its anti-drugs stance for youths and the signboard would assist to spread that message and sometime this month, the BCB and RHTYSC would join hands again to distribute coaching kits and other items to several clubs in Berbice.

GFA/Banks Beer Knockout Cup presentation set for next week … Slingerz FC to receive top prize, Highest Goalscorer to be decided By Michael DaSilva SLINGERZ FC will receive their $4M cheque for winning the Georgetown Football Association’s (GFA)/ Banks Beer Knockout Cup tournament in the upcoming week when the presentation ceremony is held at a venue and date to be announced over the weekend. The West Demerara-based team defeated Santos of Georgetown 3-2 in the final that was played on Wednesday night at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence Apart from winning the

top prize, their custodian Ronson Williams is in line for copping the Best Goalkeeper award after a mere three goals were scored against him in five matches. The Highest Goalscorer award is yet unknown but according to statistics accumulated by this news paper, Santos’ Michael Pedro and Wensley Christoff as well as Sunburst Camptown’s Devon Forde all have five goals to their names. Pedro registered a helmet-trick (four goals) versus Houston Stars in the team’s 10-1 win, then slotted home one goal against Winners

Connection in a second round match. Surinamese Christoff scored one goal in the team’s 2-0 win against Sunburst Camptown in a quarter-final fixture, one goal against Guyana Defence Force in a semi-final match and a double versus Slingerz in the final last Wednesday. Forde scored four goals in his team’s 10-0 win against Essequibo on the opening day of the tournament, then slotted home one goal against Winners Connection in a second round fixture. Unfortunately, Sunburst Camptown was ousted from

the tournament by Santos who beat them 1-0 in a quarter-final fixture. Overall a total of 126 goals were scored in the 32 matches played. Of the 126 goals, Slingerz scored 14 of them and conceded three, Santos scored 18 and conceded six from five matches, while GDF scored 19 goals and conceded eight from five matches. Meanwhile, Santos will receive $2.5M for placing second, while BK Western Tigers and GDF will receive $1.5M and $1M respectively for finishing third and fourth.

Pollard dedicates Slingerz FC’s win to ... From Back Page bit more into the programme, but more importantly, I hope it would also encourage other businesses and people to do the same.” Pollard is one of Guyana’s most decorated players, having won basically everything local football has to offer, while also doing the same in the Twin Island Republic Professional League. This is his first stint since turning coach last June, apart from winning the West Demerara Football Association (WDFA) League November last. “This, personally, is a major accomplishment. It’s an entirely differently feeling now that I’m a coach. I think also, though, I need to say thank you to the guys. I played with most of them on the national team and I was their captain, so I think from the

beginning we had a high level of respect and understanding for each other, which makes it easy for me to impart my knowledge and set up a game plan,” the former National captain said. Looking ahead, Pollard pointed out the club will take two weeks off to rest and enjoy a holiday, given the fact that they have been busy all year. He also made mention of the club’s youth programme to the 2014 season while noting that competing within the Caribbean is also atop his agenda. “We want to invest in the youths this year, bringing some fresh faces to the club,” Pollard said, while further stating “It’s always important to have a youth structure as well. I think it would go well for what we have planned. Also, we want to compete out of Guyana, maybe as far as CONCACAF but as it is

right now, this is not the end, it’s just the beginning of what Javid (Ali) is looking for and that is to be the best club in

the country. It’s not going to be easy but I think we are prepared to work hard.” (Rawle Toney)

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Fifth and final Test at SCG

Smith, Haddin haunt England with another rescue act

By Nick Mulvenney SYDNEY, Australia (Reuters) Steve Smith scored a sparkling century and put on 128 for the sixth wicket with Brad Haddin to rescue Australia and push the hosts to a respectable 326 all out on the first day of the fifth Ashes Test against England yesterday. England’s nemesis Mitchell Johnson drove home the advantage in the final half hour by removing Michael Carberry for a duck to leave captain Alastair Cook (seven) and nightwatchman James Anderson (one) at the crease at eight for one at stumps. Smith was the final Australian wicket to fall for 115 and while his second century of the series put a thick layer of gloss on the day for the hosts, there was no doubt the momentum shifted with wicketkeeper Haddin’s 90-ball 75. Looking to seal a 5-0 series sweep, Australia were well and truly on the ropes at 97 for five after England struck twice in the 15 minutes before lunch and then dismissed George Bailey for one within 10 minutes of the resumption. Haddin, as he has in all four previous Tests when his team were in similarly precarious positions, came out oozing positivity and took the game to the bowlers with a barrage of aggressive strokes. “Brad was great out there,” Smith told reporters. “He was great to bat with. I sort of took a back seat and just watched him go. The way he played his shots today, it was brilliant to form a

… Smith scores century, Haddin hits 75

partnership with him and get us in the position we are now. “When you get sent in and get 326, you’d take that and to have them one-for overnight as well, we’re in a good position.” England contributed to their own misery by bowling short to a batsman who was clearly happy to pull and hook to the boundary all day with Ben Stokes (6-99) suffering particular punishment. The torment for the tourists only deepened when paceman Boyd Rankin, one of three new caps in the side, hobbled off the field after lunch with what looked like a hamstring injury. The tall Irishman returned to bowl in the final session but lasted just one delivery before having to limp back off the field. England said his injury was just cramp, however. Haddin grabbed his fifth half-century of the series before tea with a hurried single and Smith joined him with a half-century of his own with a cover drive for four soon after the break. MEASURE OF REVENGE Stokes got a measure of revenge when he ended Haddin’s innings after 124 match-turning minutes, inducing an edge which Cook held in the slips. “When a guy’s playing like that against you, I guess you have to hold up your hands to a

Steven Smith punches the air after clubbing the ball to the boundary to reach three figures. bloke in really good form,” said Stokes, who added a maiden five-wicket haul to the first Test century he scored in Perth. “I think it’s just the way he comes out and plays his natural game straight away whatever the situation is.” That wicket brought out Johnson, who stayed with Smith

for an hour or so and 12 runs before holing out in the deep to substitute fielder Joe Root to give debutant leg-spinner Scott Borthwick his first Test wicket. Smith, though, charged inexorably towards his third Test century, teeing it up with a thunderous six off Borthwick to move to 99 and passing the

Mathews century gives Sri Lanka upper hand (REUTERS) - Angelo Mathews made amends for missing a century in the first innings with a gritty unbeaten 116 in the second as Sri Lanka

racked up a solid lead in the opening Test against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi yesterday. Starting the penultimate day of the match with a slender lead

Angelo Mathews celebrates his century on the 4th day of the first Test in Abu Dhabi.

of seven runs, Sri Lanka lost just a single wicket during the entire day to reach 420 for five at stumps, a second-innings lead of 241 runs. The wicket of Dinesh Chandimal (89) was the lone success for the Pakistan bowlers as their hard work proved futile on an unresponsive surface. Left-arm seamer Junaid Khan, who took five wickets in the first innings, picked up his third scalp in the second when Chandimal hooked him straight to Rahat Ali at deep fine leg. Chandimal, unbeaten on 24 overnight, added 138 runs for the fifth wicket with captain Mathews and put paid to Pakistan’s hopes of making early inroads. Mathews, who hit 12 fours

SRI LANKA first innings 204 Pakistan first innings 383 SRI LANKA second innings (o/n 186-4) D. Karunaratne b Junaid 24 K. Silva c Akmal b Junaid 81 K. Sangakkara c Younus b Bhatti 55 M. Jayawardene c Shafiq b Bhatti 0 D. Chandimal c Rahat b Junaid 89

and a six on his way to his second Test hundred, then added 96 for the unbroken sixth wicket with wicketkeeper Prasanna Jayawardene (48 not out) to deny Pakistan any further success. Ace off-spinner Saeed Ajmal was wicketless after sending down 42 overs in the second innings and his lack of success on a fourth-day pitch underlined the misery for the Pakistan bowlers. There was more heartbreak for Pakistan yesterday as they lost wicketkeeper Adnan Akmal for the remainder of the series due to a fracture in his left-hand index finger. First-innings top-scorer Younus Khan took over the gloves for Pakistan during the day’s play.

A. Mathews not out 116 P. Jayawardene not out 48 Extras: (lb-7) 7 Total: (five wickets, 148 overs) 420 Fall of wickets: 1-47, 2-146, 3-150, 4-186, 5-324. Bowling (to date): Junaid 31-281-3, Rahat 33-8-82-0, Bhatti 338-131-2, Ajmal 42-10-96-0, Hafeez 9-1-23-0.

Ben Stokes takes three finish with 6 for 99. milestone with a clattering four, his 16th, two balls later. “I haven’t played with too many nerves in this series,” said Smith, who hit 17 fours and the one six in his 154-ball innings. “I’ve felt quite good every time I’ve gone to the crease ... and today I guess was my day.” Australia’s tail continued to wag and Ryan Harris scored 22 before becoming Stokes’s fourth victim with Peter Siddle following him back to the pavilion from the next delivery for a golden duck. Nathan Lyon fended off the hat-trick ball from Stokes and it was Smith who became the young all-rounder’s sixth victim when he slapped the ball to Root

AUSTRALIA first innings C. Rogers b Stokes D. Warner b Broad S. Watson lbw Anderson M. Clarke c Bell b Stokes S. Smith c sub b Stokes G. Bailey c Cook b Broad B. Haddin c Cook b Stokes M. Johnson c sub. b Borthwick R. Harris c Anderson b Stokes P. Siddle c Bairstow b Stokes N. Lyon not out Extras (b-10, lb-2,

11 16 43 10 115 1 75 12 22 0 1

wickets in an over to at midwicket to end the innings. The day had started well for England when Cook won the toss for the first time in the series and chose to send his new-look team out to bowl on a green-tinged wicket under overcast skies. David Warner (16), Chris Rogers (11), Australia captain Michael Clarke (10) and Shane Watson (43) were then all dismissed as England claimed the honours in the first session. While England rang the changes by dropping Root, spinner Monty Panesar and seamer Tim Bresnan and awarding first caps to Gary Ballance, Borthwick and Rankin, Australia were unchanged for the fifth match in a row.

w-2, nb-6) 20 Total (all out, 76 overs) 326 Fall of wickets: 1-22, 2-51, 3-78, 4-94, 5-97, 6-225, 7-269, 8-325, 9-325. Bowling: Anderson 21-3-67-1, Broad 19.5-5-65-2 (w-2), Stokes 19.5-1-99-6 (nb-5), Rankin 8.2-0-340 (nb-1), Borthwick7-0-49-1. ENGLAND first innings A. Cook not out 7 M. Carberry c Lyon b Johnson 0 J. Anderson not out 1 Extras: 0 Total: (for one wicket, six overs) 8 Fall of wicket: 1-6. Bowling: Harris 3-1-5-0, Johnson 3-1-3-1.


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Ferrari fans hold hospital vigil on Schumacher’s birthday (REUTERS) - Ferrari fans held a vigil for Michael Schumacher on his 45th birthday yesterday, gathering outside the French hospital where the seven-time world champion continued to fight for his life after a skiing accident. A few dozen fans assembled outside the Grenoble hospital where Schumacher has been undergoing treatment since Sunday’s accident in the resort town of Meribel, in which his head hit a rock when he fell while skiing off piste. “For us Ferrari fans, we are just like brothers, we are just one,” said one fan, Carlo Buschini, who raised his cap and blew kisses in the direction of Schumacher’s hospital room. FINANCIAL CO “We are here to celebrate and to celebrate his battle for life,” said Buschini, speaking in Italian. Supporters of the Scuderia Ferrari Club wore their team’s red colours and carried a ban-

Ferrari fans from France, Italy and Germany display a giant Ferrari flag as they attend a silent 45th birthday tribute to seven-time former Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher in front of the CHU hospital emergency unit in Grenoble, French Alps, where Michael Schumacher is hospitalised. (Credit: Reuters/Charles Platiau).

ner reading “Schumi, All our thoughts for you and your family.” In a blog post on its website, Ferrari said Schumacher was “tackling the most important fight of his life” and sent him “double wishes” for his birthday. Schumacher is the most successful Formula One driver of all-time with a record 91 race victories in a career spanning more than two decades. The German won five successive titles with Ferrari before retiring from the team at the end of 2006. A less successful three-year comeback with Mercedes ended last year. Messages of support appeared on Twitter from Schumacher’s former team mates. “Happy Birthday, my brother Michael! Be strong!! Be strong!! Don’t give up!! We are praying for you,” wrote Ferrari driver Felipe Massa. Another former team mate, Rubens Barrichello, wrote “Keep it up, man ... I know you

Haddin’s record-breaking Serena continues to haunt … stats highlights from the first day’s continues play of the fifth Ashes Test at the SCG Sharapova, Federer breezes

through

By Shiva Jayaraman

THIS was Brad Haddin’s sixth 50-plus score of this Ashes. This is the most a No.7 batsman has ever hit in a series. Greg Matthews’ five fifty-plus scores, which he hit in a series against Sri Lanka in 1992, were the previous highest by a No.7 batsman in a series. Haddin has also equalled Gerry Alexander’s record for the most 50-plus scores in a series by a wicketkeeper. Denis Lindsay’s three hundreds and two fifties against South Africa in 1966 is the only other instance of a wicketkeeper scoring five or more 50-plus scores in a series. Haddin has scored 465 runs in this Ashes, the second-highest by any No.7 in a Test series. He is just nine runs short of going past Adam Gilchrist, who hit 473 runs at 157.66 against South Africa in 2001-02. Steven Smith hit his second century of this Ashes and the third of his Test career in this innings. His century is the first by a No.5 in the Ashes at the SCG after Steve Waugh’s hundred in 2002-03. There have been 11 hundreds by No.5 batsmen in the Ashes at this venue. Smith also completed 1 000 Test runs during his innings: he has scored 1 085 runs at 37.41 from 32 innings. Australia’s sixth wicket put together a century stand for the

By Ciaran Baynes

Brad Haddin becomes only the second keeper to make five fifty-plus scores in a series. has added ever in the Ashes is third time in this Ashes. This is 609 runs at 121.80 in the 2006only the second series in which 07 series. their sixth wicket has had three M ic ha e l C a rbe rry w a s century partnerships. The last Mitchell Johnson’s 32nd wicket such instance came in the Ashes of this Ashes. He’s now equalled in 1920-21. Frank Foster’s record for the Australia’s sixth wicket has most wickets by a left-arm fast added 514 runs in this series at bowler in an Ashes series. Foster 73.42, the most any wicket has took 32 wickets from ten innings added for them. This is also in the 1911-12 Ashes. Johnson’s currently the eighth-highest haul is also the joint-third highaggregate by Australia’s sixth est by a left-arm fast bowler in wicket in any Ashes. The highany series. est that Australia’s sixth wicket

BRISBANE, Australia - (Reuters) - Serena Williams extended her winning streak over Maria Sharapova to 14 matches following a 6-2, 7-6, (9-7) win in the semi-final of the Brisbane International yesterday. In a match, which involved poor serving and high-quality groundstrokes in equal measure, Williams maintained her hold over Sharapova to set up a final showdown with second seed Victoria Azarenka. Roger Federer, who like Williams will be chasing an 18th grand slam title at the Australian Open later this month, breezed through to the men’s semi-finals with a 6-1, 6-1 thumping of Australian Marinko Matosevic. Williams and Sharapova played down their animosity before the match but there was no eye contact during preliminaries and on a steamy night in Brisbane their body language remained distinctly frosty throughout. The result was a match with an intensity scarcely seen outside of a grand slam, something Williams feels is of great benefit to her. “(I) feel like I’m be ing pushed into the deep end straightaway,” she said. “I think it’s a good thing. “In Melbourne if I have to face Maria again I’ll know a little bit more what to expect.

Serena Williams advantage but consecutive double I really didn’t know what to faults kept her opponent in it and expect today.” she needed three match points Williams secured the first before sealing victory with an ace. of the 10 service breaks in the Azarenka secured her place match in the fourth game and in the final with a see-saw victothough Sharapova broke straight ry over Serbia’s Jelena Jankovic back, she lost her serve twice 1-6, 6-3, 6-4. more as the American ran out Top seed Williams feels the a comfortable first set winner. match will be a good barometer of where they are ahead of the IN HER FACE first grand slam. The Russian responded “I think it’ll be a really good well to hold a 2-1 lead after match to see where we both stand three consecutive breaks of as the two most consistent playserve in the second set, beers of the last year and a half,” fore calling her coach Sven Williams said. Groeneveld to courtside. His Federer, however, is unlikely words illustrated the match to gauge much about where his held far more importance game stands up against the likes than a normal grand slam of rivals Rafael Nadal, Novak warm-up. Djokovic and Andy Murray after “You’re letting her know enjoying yet another easy workyou’re in her face,” he said, out in Brisbane. adding that she “must commit” He was 0-40 down on serve to her serve. in the first game against MatosSharapova did win the enevic but survived and did not suing service game, but lost the face another break point as he next one to restore parity. eased to the most comfortable In the tiebreak Williams’ of victories. brutal groundstrokes gave her the


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BCB holds successful 2013 Annual General Meeting LAST SUNDAY, the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) hosted a successful Annual General Meeting (AGM) at its Cheddi Jagan Street, New Amsterdam-based office despite the rainy weather, with representatives from Young Warriors, Bermine, Whim, Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club, Berbice River Cricket Association, Mt Sinai, Chesney, Upper Corentyne, Bush Lot and Police in attendance. Members present received a comprehensive financial report for 2013 and Annual Reports from BCB president Keith Foster, Secretary Angela Haniff, Junior Selection Chairman Leslie Solomon, Senior Selection Chairman D. Somwaru and Competitions Committee Chairman Carl Moore. Recently reappointed Chairman of the Special Events Committee and the BCB’s 75th Anniversary Committee Hilbert Foster sought and received the blessings of the Board members for the committee’s proposals for 2014. The work of the Special Events Committee for this year would be centred on county-

Competitions. A Television Programme, Music Festival with the Guyana Police Force Band, donation of TV set to a children’s home, printing of souvenirs, Primary School Coaching Programme and the unveiling of a billboard featuring the photograph of Berbice greatest cricketer are also on the list of things to do. Members of the BCB expressed great disappointment at the non-selection of Shemaine Campbelle and Tremayne Smartt for the Guyana Cricket Board Female Cricketer-ofthe-Year despite superior overKeith Foster wide coaching, education, charity, personal development of cricketers and donation of cricket equipment to clubs in Berbice. Among the programmes approved for the BCB’s Diamond Jubilee celebration in September of this year are the publication of a special full-colour magazine, Inter-faith Religious Service, Cocktail Reception and Panel Discussion on Berbice Cricket, Hall of Fame for Administrator, and Essay and Quiz

Sport Ministry to intensify anti-doping campaign THE Sport Ministry is committed to upping its anti-doping strategies in light of securing Guyana’s image as a dignified player in the world of sport, regionally and internationally. At a press conference yesterday Minister Dr. Frank Anthony, expressed disappointment over the issue of Guyanese power lifter Gumendra Shewdas failing a doping test administered by the World Anti- Doping Agency (WADA). Shewdas failed the in-competition doping control test which was conducted in August 2013. Dr. Anthony noted that proper education with regards to prohibited substances is necessary, and added that his ministry will be conducting training sessions along with the Regional Anti-Doping Organisation (RADO) to educate sport officials, coaches and athletes. The ministry is currently in possession of the list of prohibited substances for sportsmen and women which it will make available to sports associations and officials. “We at the ministry we are extremely disappointed, but we have to learn our lesson and move on, and the moving on means we have to be more rigid with our anti-doping measures in Guyana, we have to do more educational sessions,” Minister Anthony said. The young Guyanese made his country proud after dominating at 2013 Sub Junior Powerlifting Championships. Subsequently the Guyana Powerlifting Federation was informed officially by the International Powerlifting Federation of Shewdas’ failure to pass a doping test. (GINA)

all performances at all levels played during the year and the non-recognition of Campbell’s achievement of becoming the first Guyanese female cricketer to score an International century. The Executive Committee was also mandated to review the performances of the Selection Committee and also to take corrective steps aimed at improving discipline among the Ancient County’s senior players. Special emphasis would be placed on school cricket in 2014 at the Under-15 and female levels while all junior cricket

tournaments at the Inter-zone levels will now be played over two days, while a decision was taken to have the fast bowlers bowling at least one third of the overs at the junior Inter-zone levels. Another major decision of the 2013 AGM was for the BCB to seek the assistance of former West Indies coach Roger Harper to assist several Berbice players to develop their games, with discarded Test players Brendon Bess and Devendra Bishoo among those listed. The Motion to establish a Hall of Fame for administrators

was also passed and the first inductees would include Duncan Stuart, Leslie Amsterdam, Victor Omrow, Lennox Phillips and Ancel Hazel. Members of the BCB also voted to debar all players in the GCB Senior Inter-county squads from playing at the Berbice second division level, following which the president at the conclusion of the AGM expressed gratitude to all present for the fruitful discussion and urged them to recommit themselves to the development of cricket in Berbice.

ICC testing new Decision Review System KINGSTON, Jamaica - The International Cricket Council (ICC) is testing a new review system for TV umpires that aims to improve accuracy and reduce the time taken to reach their decisions. The Officiating Replay System (ORS), developed by Hawk-Eye, is being assessed by former elite panel umpire Simon Taufel, who is acting as a shadow umpire on the ICC’s behalf in the ongoing Pakistan vs Sri Lanka Test match. Without influencing the decision-making of TV umpire

Sundaram Ravi, who has just one monitor and one camera angle of the on-field action at Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Taufel is able to view the direct feeds from all 16 cameras at the ground on two giant screens. The ORS aims to help TV umpires make better decisions more quickly, particularly when it comes to, for example, adjudging a no-ball or a clean catch. BEST SERVICE “Umpiring is all about giving the players the best service,

the best umpiring and best decisions possible (and) this trial fits into that theory,” Taufel said. Currently, the third umpire asks for a particular angle from the broadcaster before giving his verdict. With ORS, he could see all the angles for himself in one go without having to wait several minutes for the broadcaster’s feed. Barely two seconds would be needed to see if a bowler has bowled a no-ball and only five seconds to rule whether a fielder has stopped the ball cleanly at the boundary line.

“All we’re doing is looking at different options ... have less interruptions, less breaks in play and improve decision-making as much as we can,” said Taufel, who quit international umpiring after the World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka in 2012. The ORS has been trialed twice before - in the Ashes Test at Old Trafford last year and during the last one-day international between Pakistan and Sri Lanka at Abu Dhabi in December. (First Published In The Jamaica Gleaner)


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Pollard dedicates Slingerz FC’s win to club owner SLINGERZ Football Club is still in jubilation mood following the team’s 3-2 won over Santos in the final of the Georgetown Football Association (GFA)/Banks Beer Cup that took place last Wednesday at the Guyana National Stadium, but head coach Charles ‘Lily’ Pollard dedicated the team’s victory to the club’s owner and financier Javid Ali. The genesis of the club is a dream which Ali had and it was to simply create Guyana’s best football club. With the advice from experienced and well qualified personnel within the football fraternity, Slingerz FC was create with the name (Slingerz) already being well known and vastly popular within Guyana’s entertainment circles. “Without a doubt, we had to win this tournament for Mr Javid Ali. He’s what I call a Mr Everything where money is concerned for the club. He makes it all happen and therefore winning is the least we could have done to make him feel appreciated for his efforts,” Pollard said. “I think the win,” Pollard further See Page 24 added, “will encourage him to invest a

The victorious Slingerz FC team following their 3-2 win over Santos on New Year’s night.

Slingerz FC owner Javid Ali

GFA/Banks Beer Knockout Cup presentation set for next week … Slingerz FC to receive top prize, Highest Goalscorer to be decided

Bakewell and RHTYSC donate signboard to BCB See Story on Page 24

Secretary/CEO of RHTYSC Hilbert Foster (right) hands over the signboard to some executives of the Berbice Cricket Board, including vice-president Hubern Evans (2nd right) and Competitions Committee Chairman Carl Moore (left).

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