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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Friday, April 3, 2015
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the 35th Annual General
Meeting of Hand Arnold Credit Union Co-operative
Society Limited will be held at the CIPRIANI COL-
LEGE OF LABOUR AND CO-OPERATIVE STUDIES,
Churchill Roosevelt Highway, Valsayn, on Saturday
11th April 2015, commencing at 1.00 P.M. for the
1. To receive and confirm the Minutes of the 34th Annual
General Meeting and Matters Arising.
2. To receive, examine and discuss the reports of the
Board of Directors and Committees.
3. To receive, examine and discuss the Audited Financial
Statements for the year ended 31st December, 2014.
4. To elect Officers for the new term 2015/2016.
5. To consider recommendations of the Board.
6. To appoint auditors for 2015.
7. To transact any other business that may properly come
before the house.
By Order of the Board
Mr Mark Forbes
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You have until 3 pm Tuesday (April 7) to come
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JENSEN LA VENDE
Police are investigating the
murder of 20-year-old Korie
Joseph, who was found dead
along North Road Eastern Set-
tlement, Sangre Grande, on
Police said he was killed some-
time around 8.30 pm. Officers said
villagers reported hearing gunshots
and later found Joseph in his
neighbour s yard with bullet
wounds. Shortly after he was shot,
police said residents claimed they
saw a heavily tinted white SUV
At the Forensic Science Centre,
St James, yesterday, Joseph s moth-
er, Lucy-Ann Joseph, described
her third son as always "cool and
quiet." She was unsure why anyone
would have wanted him dead.
Joseph was T&T s 95th murder
for the year.
In an unrelated murder, police
investigating the killing of Alyrio
Howard say they have been
informed that his killing may be
Howard, who worked as an
accountant with insurance com-
pany Sagicor, was gunned down
on Tuesday night.
Homicide officers say the infor-
mation is that killing may have
been a message to a relative who
lives abroad. Police had initially
been baffled as to why anyone
would want the father of two dead,
as he was not known to be involved
in anything illegal or associated
with anyone who was a part of
Police reports are that around
A soldier with seven years serv-
ice died almost instantly when
his car slammed into a concrete
barrier along the Churchill-Roo-
sevelt Highway, San Juan, yes-
According to police reports, Pri-
vate Akeem Pierre, 26, of Siparia,
was heading west along the high-
way to pick up duties at work for
6 am when the accident occurred.
Pierre, who was a cook attached
to Regiment Headquarters, at cor-
ner Knox and Abercromby Streets,
Port-of-Spain, is believed to have
fallen asleep at the wheel when he
A statement from the T&T Reg-
iment s Public Liaison Officer, Capt
Steffan Affonso, yesterday said
Pierre was driving west near El
Socorro Extension Road, El Socor-
ro, at approximately 4 am when
the accident happened.
"The Commanding Officer, offi-
cers, men and women of the
Trinidad and Tobago Regiment
extend deepest condolences to the
members of Private Pierre s family.
May they receive the strength and
guidance from the Almighty God
and the support from relatives and
friends during their time of grief,"
the statement said.
Speaking at the Forensic Science
Centre, St James, yesterday, his
grandfather Hector Joseph said
Pierre joined the regiment "fresh
out of school."
He added that his grandson
joined the army because he always
wanted to. However, he was later
told by regiment officers at the
facility not to speak with the
Pierre is the 48th person killed
in a vehicular accident for the year.
Soldier killed in highway crash
8.50 pm on Tuesday, Howard, 35,
of Queen Elizabeth Avenue, Petit
Valley, was driving east along Carl-
ton Avenue, St James, when a Nis-
san B-13 stopped in front of his
Two men came out and shot
him several times before driving
off. The car was later found aban-
Grande man gunned down Meanwhile, police have arrested a
20-year-old man in relation to the
murder on November 7 last year of
Salim Dalzell, 17. Dalzell was gunned
down outside the Success Laventille
The suspect, who lives at Beetham
Gardens, Laventille, was arrested on
Wednesday and is expected to be
placed on identification parades over
the weekend. He is being
represented by attorney Fareed Ali.
MURDER SUSPECT HELD
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