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Caribbean Sun November Final

Caribbean Sun November Final

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Published by Mark Bannister
Monthly Edition of Florida Caribbean SUN
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Vol. 7 No. 6
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November 2010
 
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hris Gaylehas beenreplaced by theallrounder Darren Sam-myas captain of theWest Indies cricketteam in a shake-upthat has also resultedinBrendan Nashbeinghanded the vice-captaincy. However,Gayle has kept hisspot in the squadfor the three-Testtour of Sri Lanka this month, despiteturning down acentral contractwith the WICB last month.The board has also demotedDwayne Bravo,whowas the vice-captain under Gayle but like his cap-tain did not agree to a new WICB deal. The pair,along with Kieron Pollard, have forged lucrativeTwenty20 careers in domestic tournaments includ-ing the IPL and refused central contracts whichstipulated that they must make themselves availa-ble for the West Indies team at all times.Another surprise has been the omission of testbatsman Ramnaresh Sarwan from the squad to tour Sri Lanka.Gayle led West Indies to three wins in 20 Tests ascaptain, and they sit seventh on the ICC Test rank-ings list and eighth in the ODI rankings. Sammysaid he was looking forward to the challenge of leading the side, even though in Sri Lanka thesquad will be missing several experienced men,including thenow un-contractedDenesh Ramdin,Ramnaresh Sarwan and Jerome Taylor."Being appointed West Indies captain is an honor and distinction which I will treat with the highestregard and dignity," Sammy said. "I believe my cap-taincy of the Windward Islands, a young team whichI have been molding into playing consistently com-petitive cricket, will stand me in good stead as WestIndies captain as we work on building a team for the future."I have always given my all when I prepare and playfor the West Indies and nothing will change now. Iknow this will be a difficult challenge and I will takethe torch from Chris and hold it high as we forgeahead. I have been playing for the West Indiessince 2004 and over those six years I have builtstrong relationships with many players and I expectto have the full support of the squad."
The decision to appoint Sammy and ." (See pg. 13)
Gayle replaced…Sammy is new WI captain
 
 A change of guard in WestIndies cricket - Darren Sam-my takes over from ChrisGayle
© West Indies Cricket
Guyana’s Prime Minister Samuel Hinds wants to seemore products from that country exported to Floridaand has challenged the Caribbean American businesscommunity to explore the range of agricultural produceand processed foods available for import from the SouthAmerican republic which is a member of the CaribbeanCommunity (CARICOM). Whileadming that there were certainphytosanitary issues aecng theimport into Florida of some prod-ucts, the prime minister said hisgovernment “is in discussionswith the relevant US agenciesabout these issues and we wouldlike the business community inFlorida to join with us in helpingto have these issues resolved,”the prime minister said.
 
The prime minister, a Canadiantrained chemical engineer, was inFlorida recently for a series of meengs and to witness thelaunch of the Space Shule whichwas postponed. He took theopportunity to meet with theGuyanese American communi-es in …….…
Cont’ d on pg. 3
Guyana’s PM touts increased
exports to Florida
Meets with Guyanese communities in Orlando, Miami
CaribWorldNews-
A Caribbean national born in Trinidad and Tobago is thenew lieutenant governor of the state of Florida.Port-Of-Spain, Trinidad-born, Jennifer Carroll, a former member of the FloridaHouse of Representatives from the 3th district, was chosen as Republican Gov-ernor Elect Rick Scott`s running mate several months ago, and after one of theclosest gubernatorial races in state history, they were declared winnersWednesday after Democrat Alex Sink conceded.Scott won one of the closest gubernatorial races in state history, with the latesttallies showing him ahead by just 68,000 votes out of 5.3 million cast. The winmakes Carroll the first African-American lieutenant governor and the first elect-ed female lieutenant governor in Florida`s history.Carroll is a retired Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy whoserved as the District 13 Representative in the House of Representatives of theState of Florida . She was first elected to the Florida House in a special electionin April 2003. She is also the mother of the Miami Dolphins defensive lineback-er, Nolan Carroll.Carroll was born in Port of Spain on the island of Trin-idad . She served in the U.S. Navy as an aviationmaintenance officer for twenty years, from 1979 to1999. In 1981, she received an Associate of Arts de-gree from Leeward Community College . She followedthis in 1985 with a Bachelor of Arts in political sciencefrom the University of New Mexico . She moved toFlorida in 1986. She then received her Master of Busi-ness Administration degree from St. Leo University in1991.She is a member of the Clay County Republican Ex-ecutive Committee. She made two unsuccessful bidsfor the United States House of Representatives in2000 and in 2002. She has been elected successively to the Florida Housesince winning a special election in April 2003, when she became the first blackfemale Republican ever elected to the Florida Legislature. She is married toNolan Carroll and has three children. Her son, Nolan played college football for University of Maryland and was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in the 2010 NFLDraft.
Sarwan omitted from squad to tour Sri Lanka 
 
PM Hinds enjoys a fresh water coconut anked byguests at recepon at Timehri Banquet Hall
 
(Mark Bannister photo)PM Hinds (right) looks at a bag of Guyana made chowmein at CaribbeanSupercenter supermarket. From le are Naraine Moonesar, proprietor Carib-bean Supercenter and former diplomat Wesley Kirton.(Melinda Gordon photo)
 
 
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Florida’s Caribbean Sun
 
 
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Florida’s Caribbean Sun
 
By Gail Seeram
 
Florida’s Caribbean Sun is published by Caribbean Sun Publishers, LLC
1013 N. Pine Hills Road, Orlando, FL 32808Phone (407) 374-2979Email:caribbeansunnews@gmail.com  Administrative Manager: Melinda Gordon Advertising: Vanessa Chin Churaman (407) 325-5466Business Editor: Laverne McGeeLifestyles Editor: Sharazade Kirton
Orlando and Miami.
During his visit to Orlando Prime Minister Hinds addressed a townhall meeng and recepon at the Timehri Banquet Hall, was guest of honor at a dinner hosted by the Guyanese owned Circa restaurant inWinter Park, toured the Guyanese owned supermarket CaribbeanSupercenter on West Colonial Drive and visited the Chelonian Ins-tute in Oviedo which conducts research and tagging of sea turtles inGuyana.
 
Hinds told the gathering of Guyanese at the town hall meeng thatsignicant opportunies exist for the import of non
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tradional Guya-nese produce and products nong that his government had put inplace incenves and improved infrastructure including the bridgeacross the Berbice River and cold storage facilies at the main airportwhich “are helping to ensure increased producon and reliable andmely transport of products.” He said both the Guyana Governmentand the private sector at home would be open and eager to discusswith Florida business persons strategies for increasing trade betweenthe two locaons.
 
During his visit to Caribbean Supercenter supermarket the primeminister saw the range of Guyanese products on sale but was of theview that the range could be expanded signicantly. However, ownerof the establishment, Naraine Moonesar, explained that there wereconstraints to imporng many products from Guyana which was notthe case with imports from Trinidad and Jamaica.
 
The prime minister in turn argued that much of the products andproduce from Guyana were not the same as those exported fromTrinidad and Jamaica and were subject to “dierent treatment” bythe various US agencies such as the Food and Drug Administraon.He added that many of the products qualied for, and were in factbeing exported to New York but that due to Florida’s climate exportsdirectly to this State were treated dierently.
 
The prime minister’s program during his visit to Central Florida wasarranged by Florida’s Caribbean Sun newspaper and among thosesponsoring the program of events were Timehri Restaurant and Ban-quet Hall, Rosen Hotels, Circa Restaurant, the Law Oces of Gail See-ram, Caribbean Supercenter, Naraine’s Bakery, Laparkan Shipping,the Guyanese American Cultural Associaon of Central Florida(GACACF), Mr. & Mrs. Errol Baines, DJ Gary Osman, The HighlandAgency and Luxury Rides.
 
Guyana’s PM ...cont’d from page 1
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resident Obama’s new immigra-on enforcement strategy hasled to a record number of crimi-nal aliens being deported last year, butremovals of other illegal immigrants fellto the lowest rate since 2007, before theBush administraon began a crackdown.
 
U.S. Immigraon and Customs Enforce-ment deported 392,862 aliens in scalyear 2010, slightly less than a 1 percentincrease over 2009 but short of theagency’s goal to remove 400,000 thisyear.
 
Sll, the administraon said its new fo-cus on immigrants with criminal recordsis paying o, with about half of thosedeported in 2010 being convicted crimi-nals. In 2009, when 389,834 immigrantswere deported, only about one
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third of them had criminal records.
 
“This administraon takes very, veryseriously the responsibility to secure theborders and enforce immigraon laws,”Homeland Security Secretary Janet Na-politano said in announcing the num-bers recently. The scal year endedSept. 30.
 
The numbers come in the middle of aheated naonal debate on immigraon.Republicans and Democrats alike havecalled on the administraon to pursuemore vigorous enforcement, both onthe border and in the interior, but Ms.Napolitano said federal ocials have touse their limited resources to try to takethe biggest public safety threats o thestreets, which means focusing on alienswith serious criminal records.
 
She and Mr. Obama have tried to cut amiddle ground between those who fa-vor a crackdown and the immigrantrights groups who want to see fewerdeportaons.
 
Deportaons of criminal aliens up
 
Champagne Toast
:PM Hinds ( r ) receives a champagne welcome to theChelonian Research Instute by Dr. & Mrs. Peter Pritchard ( center)

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