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ANTILLES EMPLOYEES' CREDIT UNION
(CO-OPERATIVE) SOCIETY LIMITED
VESSIGNY VILLAGE, LA BREA, TRINIDAD W.I.
Tel: (868) 648-7216/7163/8967
To ensure organizational growth, using co-operative principles and good busi-
ness practices, whilst maintaining our humanitarian efforts and keeping abreast
of technological improvement
NOTICE OF THE 66TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
NOTICE is hereby given that the 66H ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the
Antilles Employees' Credit Union (Co-operative) Society Limited will be con-
vened at the Auditorium of Vessigny Secondary School, Vessigny Village, La
Brea on Monday 15th June, 2015 commencing at 5.00 p.m.
I . Registration
2. Meeting called to order
3. National Anthem and Invocation
4. President's Address
5. Feature Address
6. Minutes of the 65th Annual General Meeting and matters arising thereof
a. Board of Directors
b. Credit Committee
c. Supervisory Committee
d. Education/Marketing Committee
9. Election of Officers:-
a. Supervisory Committee
b. Credit Committee
c. Board of Directors
10. Other Business
Bids are invited on the vehicles listed above
Interested parties can call 790-1330
to arrange viewing
Bids Close promptly at 3:00 pm
Wednesday 27th May, 2015
Vehicles will be sold "As is where is"
The mortgagee is not obliged to accept
the highest or any other bid.
Only bids submitted on the approved
form will be accepted.
WIMBERLEY---Floodwaters kept rising
across Texas yesterday, as the search con-
tinued for more than 40 missing people
and storms dumped more rain on the Hous-
ton area, stranding hundreds of motorists
in the nation s fourth-largest city.
Among the missing was a group who
disappeared after a vacation home was
swept away and slammed into a bridge.
Several more fatalities were reported,
including two in Houston, one in a vehicle
on Interstate 45 and one in Central Texas.
That brought to 16 the number of people
killed by the holiday weekend storms in
Texas and Oklahoma.
Crews also searched for victims just
across the Texas-Mexico border in Ciudad
Acuna, where a tornado killed at least 13
people Monday, including an infant.
Firefighters in Houston carried out more
than 500 water rescues, mostly stranded
motorists. At least 2,500 vehicles were
abandoned on the streets by drivers, said
Rick Flanagan, Houston s emergency man-
"It s absolutely massive," Texas Gov Greg
Abbott said after touring the destruction.
Some motorists were stuck on Interstate
45 all night, sleeping in their cars.
NBA fans at a Houston Rockets game
on Monday were asked not to leave the
arena because of the severe weather.
About 400 people remained in their
seats at 1.30 am, choosing to stay in the
Some of the worst flooding damage in
Texas was in Wimberley, a popular tourist
town where the vacation home was swept
The Blanco River crested above 40 feet
(12 metres), more than triple its flood stage
of 13 feet.
It swamped Interstate 35, and rescuers
used pontoon boats and a helicopter to
pull people out.
A spokeswoman for the flood district
of Harris County, which includes Houston,
said up to 700 homes had some level of
The deaths in Texas included a man
whose body was pulled from the Blanco;
a 14-year-old who was found with his dog
in a storm drain; a student who died Sat-
urday after her car was caught in high
water; and a man whose mobile home was
destroyed by a reported tornado.
The Oklahoma Department of Emer-
gency Management reported four deaths
between Saturday and Monday after severe
flooding and reports of tornadoes. (AP)
Roberto Salas, left, and Lewis Sternhagen check a flooded car near the Willow
Waterhole Bayou in Houston yesterday. Floodwaters kept rising across much of
Texas as storms dumped almost another foot of rain on the Houston area. AP PHOTO
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