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Sale of Foton 3.5 Ton Truck
National Quarries Company Limited is inviting tenders from the general
public for the purchase of the following item:
One (1) Only FOTON 3.5 TON TRUCK
Description, Make & Year
: RHD Foton 3.5 Ton Truck/Diesel/ 2011
Colour & Seating Accommodation
: White / Three (3) including Driver
: TCX 8475
This item will be sold on an "as is where is" basis and is located at our
Sand and Gravel Division, Turure Road, Sangre Grande.
Prospective Tenderers may view this item Monday to Friday during nor-
mal working hours (8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) by contacting the Corporate
Administrator, Ms. Samanta
De Freitas or Executive Assistant, Ms. Shalini Kallian for an appoint-
Telephone: 646 -- 3682, 646 -- 2828, 646 -- 2827
Email: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Tenders must be submitted in writing in sealed envelopes and
"TENDER FOR SALE OF FOTON 3.5 TON TRUCK"
The Secretary, Tenders Committee
National Quarries Company Limited
Churchill Roosevelt Highway
The Closing Date for this Tender is 3:00 p.m. Thursday 30th April, 2015.
All Tenders must be deposited in the WHITE TENDER BOX marked
"TENDER FOR SALE OF FOTON 3.5 TON TRUCK " located in the
Reception Area, Churchill Roosevelt Highway, Arouca.
National Quarries Company Limited does not bind itself to accept the
highest or any other Tender.
PROPERTIES FOR SALE BY MORTGAGEE
Address of Properties
Lot Nos. A1 & A2 Saut D'eau Road, Maraval. Offices and warehouse on
560.4 sq m and 663.7 sq m land
Lot 28 Montrose Main Road, Chaguanas. Flat concrete residential / commercial
5,288 sq ft land
No. 9 Palm Avenue, Paxvale, Santa Cruz
3 Bedroom single storey residence with electric gate on 8,395 sq.ft. Freehold Land
Lot #26 Alana Park, North Trace, Off Robert Village, Tableland.
2 level split concrete house on approximately 5000 sq ft land
10 Second Street West, Dinsley Avenue, Trincity. Residential property on
3410 sq ft land
Lp #51 Hassarath Road, Extension, OPP LP #53 Endeavour, Chaguanas. 2 Storey
Residential Bldg on 10,047 sq ft land
#64 Third Street, Barataria. Two storey residential / commercial property
on 5,768 sq ft land
#58 Lamont Street, Longdenville, Chaguanas. Split level residence on
10,605 sq ft land
Lot #16 Malabar Village, (assessed as #13 Vignale Street), Arima.
5,690 sq ft land only
#25 St. Peters Gardens, School Street, Carenage. Single storey flat house,
3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms on 6,191 sq ft land
Off Alenore Gardens, Phase II, off Calvary Hill, Arima. 1 acre, 9 perches
freehold land only
Lot #115 Yorke Street & Lot #117 Yearwood Street, Five Rivers, Arouca.
Comprising 3,961 sq ft & 3,226 sq ft freehold land only
#31 Rose Avenue, Off Gladioli Boulevard, Macoya Gardens, Tunapuna.
Flat residential house converted into two apartments with separate entrances on
3,155 sq ft freehold land
Kindly forward sealed offers in writing to:
THE CREDIT MANAGER
P.O BOX 1153, PORT OF SPAIN
"RE: OFFERS FOR SALE"
For further information kindly call 671-4747 followed by the above extension.
The Mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest or any offer.
Unsuitable offers would not be acknowledged.
TURIN---Turin s archbishop says
interest in the Shroud of Turin is
so keen that many pilgrims who
already saw the burial cloth some
believe covered Jesus are return-
ing to see the linen again when
it goes back on display starting
The 4.3-metre-long (14-foot)
cloth will be displayed from April
19-June 24. Pope Francis will view
it on June 21 on an overnight trip
to the Turin area, which will
include private time with relatives.
Public viewings of the cloth were
last held in 2010.
"Many pilgrims who had already
seen the shroud in past showings
come back, even though some saw
it just five years ago," Archbishop
Cesare Nosiglia said yesterday.
"That s not a long time. And
yet many of the bookings we have
are people who have already seen
the shroud. That means there is a
fundamental need in people s
hearts to renew this incredible
Pilgrims flock for sight of Jesus' burial cloth
Turin Shroud reopens today
experience that they had the first time
they saw it."
Reservations are mandatory but free
of charge to see the shroud, displayed
in a climate-controlled case, in Turin s
cathedral. Turin s mayor said recently
that more that one million people had
made reservations. In 2010, some 2.5
million people came, according to
organisers of the display.
The pope s predecessor, Benedict
XVI, has described the cloth as an icon
"written with the blood" of a crucified
man. Benedict said there was "full cor-
respondence with what the Gospels
tell us of Jesus."
When Pope John Paul II saw the
shroud in 1998, he said the mystery
forces questions about faith and sci-
ences and whether it really was Jesus
burial linen. He urged continuous study.
Skeptics say the linen bearing the
figure of a crucified man is a medieval
Nosiglia said people of all faiths will
come to see the shroud, not just Chris-
"Even non-believers will come. It s
an occasion that brings everybody
together and aims to give a precise
response to the violence in this world.
It tells us that the way to build a fairer
world is not violence, but love," he said.
A detail of the Holy Shroud, the 14 foot-long linen revered by some as the burial cloth of Jesus, is seen as it
goes on display during a preview for the press at the Cathedral of Turin, Italy, yesterday. The long linen with
the faded image of a bearded man, that is the object of centuries-old fascination and wonderment, will be on
display for the public from April 19 to June 24. AP PHOTO
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