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Friday, January 5, 2018
HAROLD H. BHAGWANDASS
Sunrise: September 10th 1939 Sunset: January 5th 2006
We hold you close within our hearts,
And there , you still remain,
To walk with us throughout our lives
Until we meet again,
So rest in Peace, our dear loved one,
And thanks for all you’ve done.
We pray that God has given you
The love you’ve truly won.
LOVINGLY REMEMBERED BY
Your wife: Pearl
Children: Harold (Jr), Neal, and Andy
Daughters - in - law Florence, and Kamille
Grand - Children: Sunita, Sanjay, Sastri, Karina and Kevan
also other relatives.
In Loving Memory of
• Bachelor’s degree in Hotel Management, Accounting or equivalent.
• At least 5 years’ experience in a management position of a similar role or
in a related industry.
• Pleasant personality, ability to manage staff, effective delegating of tasks
and performance management.
• Leadership skills - ability to coach/guide staff and develop work procedures.
• Detail oriented; self-motivated.
• Able to change activity frequently and cope with interruptions.
• Performs the role of “Standard Bearer”, ensuring that each policy and procedure in
the BWI House rules/TES Group policies are communicated, understood, achieved
and maintained by hotel staff.
• Creates an operating environment that assures consistent guest satisfaction.
• Ensures good safety practices of employees and guests, providing leadership
in the maintenance of proper emergency and security procedures
• Deals with the general public, customers, employees and other stakeholders
with tact and courtesy.
• Good interpersonal and communication (written and oral) skills and strong work
ethic, including the ability to interact in a professional manner with individuals
at all levels.
• Positive, professional attitude and highly motivated.
• Strong planning, organization, prioritization skills and must be attentive to details.
Applications should be forwarded to:
email@example.com by 12th January 2018
Applicants are also required to submit a copy of the application to:
Blue Waters Inn
We are seeking a dynamic and highly-motivated General Manager
to oversee all aspects of the Property and Operations Management, in
accordance with Directors’ instructions. These include; maximization of
financial performance, guest satisfaction and staff development guided by
the relevant Business Systems of Finance, Quality, Health and Safety, IT and HR.
Please be advised that unsuitable applications would not be acknowledged
BOSTON (AP) — Terry Rozier scored
20 points in 20 minutes, stealing the
spotlight from LeBron James, Kyrie Ir-
ving and Isaiah Thomas in a rematch
of the Eastern Conference finals and
leading the Boston Celtics to a 102-88
victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers
on Wednesday night.
Rozier scored the last eight Boston
points of the first quarter to give the
Celtics an 11-point lead, and had an-
other eight in a row midway through
the fourth when they expanded the
lead to 21. Marcus Smart and Jayson
Tatum had 15 points apiece, and Irving
and Al Horford each had 11 points and
nine rebounds to help Boston to its
fourth straight win.
James had 19 points, seven rebounds
and six assists, and Tristan Thompson
had ten points and ten rebounds for
Cleveland, which lost for the fourth
time in five games.
It was the first time the teams had
played since the season opener, when
top Boston free agent Gordon Hay-
ward broke his leg in a gruesome
injury that reshuffled the Eastern Con-
ference playoff race.
WARRIORS 125, MAVERICKS 122
DALLAS (AP) — Stephen Curry hit a
long 3-pointer with three seconds to
play, giving Golden State a hard-fought
victory over Dallas.
Curry finished with 32 points as
Golden State’s “Big Four” combined
for 100—and the Warriors needed
every one of them against a Mavericks
team that had won four straight.
Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson
had 25 points each, and Draymond
Green added 18 to go with ten re-
Wesley Matthews led the Maver-
icks with 22 points, including seven
3-pointers, and Dwight Powell tied his
career high with 21.
Dallas, playing from behind most
of the game, erased a 12-point deficit
with 4:32 to play, tying the score at 120
on Harrison Barnes’ jumper with 39.9
THUNDER 133, LAKERS 96
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Russell West-
brook had 20 points and 12 assists in
a successful return home, and rookie
Terrance Ferguson scored all 24 of his
points in the second half of his first
career start as Oklahoma City handed
Los Angeles its eighth consecutive de-
Paul George also scored 24 points
and Carmelo Anthony added 21 to
complement Westbrook, the reigning
MVP who was born in Long Beach and
went to college at UCLA.
The Lakers were led by rookie Kyle
Kuzma’s 18 points. They shot just
41.3 percent from the field, while the
Thunder shot 60.2 per cent.
Boston Celtics guard Kyrie Irving (11) is defended by Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James (23) and
forward Jeff Green, rear left, during the second quarter of an NBA basketball game in Boston on Wednesday.
Celtics hand Cavaliers another loss
76ERS 112, SPURS 106
ROCKETS 116, MAGIC 98
WIZARDS 121, KNICKS 103
HEAT 111, PISTONS 104
NETS 98, TIMBERWOLVES 97
RAPTORS 124, BULLS 115
BUCKS 122, PACERS 101
PELICANS 108, JAZZ 98
NUGGETS 134, SUNS 111
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