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LIQUOR LICENCES ACT CH. 84 NO. 10MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT OF ST. GEORGE EAST - TUNAPUNA
Return of Applications to be considered under the Provisions of the Liquor Licences Act 84: 10 for the sale of
intoxicating Liquor at the Licensing Session to be held at the Tunapuna Magistrate's Court on WEDNESDAY the 19th
day of March, 2014 at 9.00 a.m.
SITUATION OF PREMISES TYPE OF
1. Dexter Gilbert Upper Bushe Street, Petit LP. #53 Upper Bushe Street Spirit Retailer 1.03 3.14 -
Bourg, San Juan
2. Annette Charles #4, St. Louis Drive,
Cor., Mt. Dor Road &
Longdenville, Chaguanas Champ Fleur
3. Vernil Dalrymple #19, Kassic Ext.,
#230, Sapphire Plaza Limited Spirit Grocer
Shop 6&7 E.M.R., El Dorado
4. Kin Yui Cheng #9, Unit Francis Street,
#139, Southern Main Road, Spirit Grocer 1.03.14 --
5. Randy Robain #6 Royal Road, Maracas, #117, Southern Main Road, Spirit Grocer
6. Ravi Bridgelal #85 Quesnel Street, Arima LP. #19, Pasea Main Road, Special
Dated this 27th day of February, 2014,
Secretary, Licensing Committee,
St. George East, Tunapuna.
SOPOT---Perhaps people know Calvin Smith
Jr, and even then likely because his father
was a famous runner a generation back. And
David Verburg ran on the 4x400 world out-
door gold medal team last year.
But Kyle Clemons? Kind Butler III?
Like so many on this US team at the world
indoor championships which was low on glam-
our yet deep in talent, they produced beyond
expectations yesterday and now have a 4x400
indoor world record to show for it.
When everyone expected the three-day
event to peter out without a world record,
suddenly this quartet made a name for each
and every one on the team.
"These are moments you really have to
cherish," Butler said. "We are never going to
be here again."
The four sprinters got the baton around in
a time of 3 minutes, 2.13 seconds, slashing .70
off the 15-year-old indoor mark set by another
USrelay team at the 1999 world indoors.
The US beat Britain into silver and Jamaica
The record gave the US team eight gold and
12 medals overall, more than double the total
of runner-up Russia, which had three gold
and five overall.
The US team won 10 gold and 18 overall
two years ago, but that was such an outsize
record performance that no one thought it
would be possible again.
The first US gold yesterday came in the
women s 800, where Chanelle Price did all
the frontrunning and refused to fade over the
final two laps, as she disregarded the massive
cheers of the home crowd that was pushing
for Angelika Cichocka.
Then the 4x400 women s team led from
start to finish to easily win the relay ahead of
Jamaica and Britain.
And in the wide-open 60 hurdles, Omo
Osaghae dipped at the line to beat two French-
men in a world leading 7.45. Pascal Martinot-
Lagarde was .01 back and Garfield Darien a
further .01 second in a tight finish.
It was the perfect setup for the concluding
In yesterday s top individual race, Shelly-
Ann Fraser-Pryce kept the 60 metre title in
Jamaica with the fastest run by anyone in four
years. The double Olympic 100 champion fin-
ish in 6.98 seconds, beating Murielle Ahoure
of Ivory Coast by .03 seconds. Tianna Bar-
toletta of the United States took bronze.
Veronica Campbell-Brown was the double
defending champion but still too rusty to be
at her best as she was only cleared at the last
moment to compete at the championships
after a doping scandal had sidelined her since
The result proved Jamaica s sprint credentials
again, but overall the day and the champi-
onships again belonged to the US. (AP)
helped Real Madrid reclaim sole
possession of the Spanish league
yesterday, scoring one goal and
setting up another in a dominant
3-0 victory over 10-man Levante
at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Ronaldo recorded his league-
leading 24th goal of the season to
get Madrid rolling in the 11th
The Ballon d Or winner then
passed for Marcelo to score in the
49th and ensure Madrid extended
its undefeated streak in all com-
petitions to 29 straight matches.
With Madrid firmly in control,
the game turned testy with several
bookings until David Navarro saw
a direct red for tackling Ronaldo
from behind in the 64th.
Ronaldo went close to getting
another goal when he hit the cross-
bar after Levante defender Nikos
Karabelas had already scored an
own goal in the 82nd.
Madrid s win came a week after
Ronaldo scored to salvage a draw
at Atletico Madrid, and it lifted
Carlo Ancelotti s side three points
clear of its crosstown rivals at the
top of the table.
Barcelona was left four points
adrift of the pacesetters following
Saturday s stunning 1-0 defeat at
US relay team
Madrid s placid outing was tarnished
when fullback Dani Carvajal collapsed
with an apparent leg injury and had to
been carried off in the 90th, leaving
the hosts with 10 men for stoppage
Sevilla routed Almeria 3-1 on the road
to earn its third consecutive victory,
while Espanyol also eased to a 3-1 home
win over Elche. (AP)
Ronaldo helps Madrid reclaim La Liga lead
Jamaica's Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce carries the national flag after winning the 60m final during
the Athletics World Indoor Championships in Sopot, Poland, yesterday. AP PHOTO
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