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Former Suriname Consul General, Sydney Saul will be funeralized on September 28 in Westbury NY

Former Suriname Consul General, Sydney Saul will be funeralized on September 28 in Westbury NY

Beloved former Consul General and United Nations representative in the Burnham era, Sydney Saul 87, will be funeralized on Saturday September 28 in Westbury NY, USA

Sydney Saul’s body will be cremated and in a fortnight his surviving siblings and derivatives, will take his remains back to his hometown of Clonkbrook/Ann’s Grove, for dispersal at the seashore.

Sydney, after retiring some 25 years ago lived in Jersey City NJ. He was left blind by diabetes complications. He died a few a few days ago at the home of one of his children in California.

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CBS NEWS: 26-pound cat in need of a home becomes viral sensation

BeeJay – The 26 lb cat


A giant cat has taken the internet by storm and he’s up for adoption. The 26-pound cat has struggled to find his forever home, but now people all over the country have fallen in love.

The 2-year-old tabby cat named BeeJay, or Mr. B, went viral after Philadelphia’s Morris Animal Refuge shared his story on social media.               Continue reading

Heavy school bags a real pain in the back for students – The New India Express

Published: 06th February 2019 – The New India Express

Children going to school with heavy school bags.

By Express News Service
BENGALURU: For six-year-old Sulekha (name changed), the burden of a heavy school bag led to severe back pains, forcing her parents to take her to a neurologist for consultations. Her bones were found to be normal, but the pain never reduced.

She would get only temporary relief after using pain killers. It was later found that the pain was due to walking till her school with a heavy school bag on her shoulders. The pain eventually ceased once the load was reduced.

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Woman humiliated: American Airlines made her wrap a blanket over her summer outfit

Updated 5:58 PM ET, Thu July 11, 2019

(CNN)American Airlines has apologized to a woman who says she was humiliated after being told she couldn’t fly unless she covered up her romper.

Latisha “Tisha” Rowe said she and her son were boarding a flight from Kingston, Jamaica, to Miami on June 30 when flight attendants asked them to step off the plane to talk, she told CNN’s Brooke Baldwin on Thursday.
Rowe said a female flight attendant asked her several times whether she had a jacket, and when she asked why, the woman told her that “you are not getting on the plane dressed like that.”
Rowe was wearing a strapless romper, so her legs, shoulders and arms were visible, but she said that nothing inappropriate was exposed.           Continue reading

Sybil E. Chin passes on….. Funeral in Ottawa on April 10, 2019

Obituary Overview- “Grandma Chin”

CHIN, Sybil E. (nee Tang)It is with great sadness that the family of Sybil E. Chin announce her passing on Friday, March 29th, 2019, at the age of 88.

Beloved wife of the late Leslie Chin. Loving mother of Gene, George (Yoko) and Gerry (Carol). Cherished grandmother of Leslie Jr (Andrea), Gerry Jr (Denise), Raelene, Kristene (Nick), James, Samy and Pia.

Dear great-grandmother of Kaitlyn, Brody, Connor, Ella, Gehrig and predeceased by great-grandson, Logan. Sybil was lovingly known as “Grandma Chin” to everyone she met and will be forever remembered by her extended family and dear friends.

Family and friends may pay respects at the Kelly Funeral Home, Walkley Chapel 1255 Walkley Rd, Ottawa, ON K1V 6P9 on Tuesday, April 9th from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral service Wednesday, April 10th in the Chapel at 1 p.m. Interment in Hope Cemetery.   Condolences at

Donations to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada are appreciated.  

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Doreen Butcher

Leo born  rural feminist,  collision specialist and teacher Ms. Doreen Alida Butcher’s death was announced on the eve of Mashramani 2019 in her hometown, The Peoples Republic of Victoria and will be funeralised on Friday March 1st, at the local Methodist Church in the  afternoon.

Doreen was a staunch advocate for women’s rights and used science, technology , electronics and math in the class rooms in rural Guyana to encourage young women especially to realise their full potential.

TEACH”  as she was familiarly called throughout her approximate 6 decades of teaching always walked in the communities in which she lived and worked.  She was a classic slim and trim resilient community minded  sojourner who collided deliberately with all sectors of the community without being judgemental.           Continue reading

A NOT SO HAPPY VALENTINE – By Waltie Ainsworth



Valentine in 1970 was not such a happy one for a big man named Cuomo who was an employee of the Guyana Electricity Corporation and based in the Peoples Republic of Victoria on the East Coast of Demerara in Guyana.

Truth be told Cuomo was a condemned married man with a few extra dollars in his pocket and loud gold in his mouth, around his neck and a slave band on his left hand and lots and lots of sweet talk. Since mid- afternoon, he was drinking upstairs at the Penthouse Restaurant and Bar. Soon, he was introduced to a young lady who worked with the local government office in Naarstigheid.

Cuomo thought she was from Suriname not knowing that Naarstigheid was the village district that covered Hopetown, West Coast Berbice.  And so this burly, fit and trim big man in an attempt to impress the lady, decorated her table with Old Kaie whiskey and all the food and chicken-in-the-rough she can eat.     Continue reading