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REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Application No. 33 of 2011
IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL PROPERTY ACT,
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF GEMMA
GOODING OF CARLSEN FIELD RD., CARAPICHAIMA
TO BRING LANDS UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT
"TITLE TO LAND PURSUANT TO SECTION 18 OF THE
REAL PROPERTY ACT, CHAPTER 56:02"
is hereby given that an application has been made
by Gemma Gooding of Carlsen Field Road, Carapichaima,
Executive Administrative Assistant, to bring the parcel of
land described in hte Schedule hereto under the provisions
of the Real Property Act, Chapter 56:02 and that the Judge
of the High Court of Justice dealing with the said application
has ordered that notice of the Application is to be advertised
twice a week for four (4) consecutive weeks and that the
Notice to appear in at least two (2) daily newspapers
circulating generally within Trinidad and Tobago and which
Notice must specify the street address of the parcel of land
and if no Caveat be lodged within three (3) months of the
date of the first of such advertisements the Registrar General
may bring the said lands under the provisions of the Real
All and singular the subjet piece o parcel of land comprising
less situate at Light Pole No. 182E Spring Village, Balmain
Village, in the Ward of Couva, in the County of Caroni in the
Island of Trinidad and abutting on the North by lands of
Caroni (1975) Ltd., by the Savaneta River and by lands of
Alybocus, on the South by lands of Caroni (1975) Ltd., by
lands of Alston Rudder, by lands of Alybocus and by the
Savaneta River, on the East by lands of Caroni (1975) Ltd
and by the Savaneta River and on the West by lands of
Caroni (1975) Ltd., by lands of Alybocus, by lands of
Harrington, by lands of Alston Rudder and intersected by the
Solomon Hochoy Highway or howsoever the same may be
abutted bounded known or designated.
Dated this 9th day of February, 2015
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Ali also revealed that his portrayal has landed him
a few interviews and photo shoots well.
"I must say, I knew the costume was going to be
beautiful, but the response was truly overwhelm-
He spoke highly of Mark, saying it was her eye for
detail that created such an awesome imitation of the
great Persian king.
In an earlier interview with Mark, who was still
elated and overwhelmed by the amount of positive
feedback she received from her interpretation of the
character, she told the T&T Guardian she jumped to
the opportunity when asked by Ali to create the cos-
"Kamel approached me with the idea. He called
me and said he wanted to be Xerxes for YUMA. I
was excited to do it immediately," expressed Mark.
The jeweler of nine years began seeking material
for her task ahead as early as September last year.
She started the costume in the
second week of January and it
was completed on Carnival
Monday night 2015.
Mark said because the cos-
tume was a very detailed piece,
it required a lot of focus and
time to complete it.
"We did not want it to look
exactly like the original but as
close enough as possible. And
of course we wanted to add a
little local touch to it."
Most of the material includ-
ed metal work. The cape and belt worn by Ali was
made and embellished by both Ali and Cheryl-Ann
Francique and the sandals were a design by local
leather designer Amde.
The stunning costume created such a buzz, that
Mark has since been flooded with calls for work.
She is no mas woman, but cutting her teeth in
Carnival this year has surely sparked an interest. The
33-year-old from Fyzabad, who studied fashion design
jewelry at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT),
in Manhattan, said she is actually considering design-
ing for Carnival again.
"To get involve in Carnival would be a welcomed
challenge for me, because it would give me the oppor-
tunity to explore pieces that will not involve feathers.
I have a lot of ideas, especially for large costumes
Her Jo Fine Jewelery collection can be found at
Stechers gift stores at Trincity Mall, Gulf City Mall,
Piarco Airport, and at The Gallery Long Circular
Mall, St James.
For more information on Mark or to view the
costume and pieces from her collection, visit
www.josannemark.com or her Facebook page at: Jo
Fine Handicrafted Jewelery.
Ali portrays Xerxes
The woman behind Trini Xerxes
"We did not
want it to look
exactly like the
original but as
close enough as
possible. And of
wanted to add a
little local touch
--- Josanne Mark
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