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2 pc "Kitchen Pro- Miracle Cloth -" All-purpose Kitchen Towel --
matching set of stripes and plain 100% Polyester Micro Fiber
Was $19.95 Now $12.95 set of 2
Folding Laundry Hamper 22"X18" 6 Designs
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"Janet" Shower Curtain with Liner, Jacquard Double Swag
70"X72" Fabric covered rings Was $99.95 Now $49.95
Air Brushed Poly Table Cloth
60x90" Easy Wash No Iron Now $29.95ea
"Reagan" Instant Swag Valance with Swing Pocket. Ready to
install Was $69.95 Now $34.95 Ea or 2 for $59.95
"Marika" Crinkle Taffeta Panel with double envelope valance
Was $199.00 Now 2 for $120.00
"Folding Storage Ottoman" Sturdy and Durable Storage and can
also be used as a handy seat -. Covered in our famous imitation
leather Available in Grey only.
Was $199.00 Now $149.95
"Wicker Storage Baskets" Set of Three made by hand of real
wicker lattice. Was $599.00 Now $349.95/ Set
"Chenille Bed Spread" -- Real Chenille. Attractive Colors
Was $199.95 Now Twin $89.95 Full $99.95
"Votive Candle Set" -- Set of 5 Votive Candles on designer tray
with LED lights or can also be used with real Tea-lights.
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SERVING YOU SINCE 1949
Will be CLOSED
SUNDAY 12TH JULY, 2015
for a private function, we apologize for the inconvenience.
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Before a hurricane:
Know the location of the nearest emergency shelter in your area.
Trim the trees in your yard,so limbs won't fly around during a
If you have hurricane shutters, inspect them now and repair dam-
Know the location of the main electrical breaker and the gas and
water valves in your home.
Make a list of the items in and around your yard to bring in or tie
down when a tropical storm or hurricane approaches. For exam-
ple: TV antenna, plants, garbage cans and yard furniture.
Check your insurance policy for coverage on wind and flood dam-
age, especially if you're in a low-lying area.
Keep a portable radio, flashlight (both with extra batteries),
emergency supplies, first aid kit, canned food and bottled water
on hand throughout the hurricane season.
Keep yourself updated as to the weather conditions and the pos-
sibilities of severe weather.
Have your emergency numbers at hand and in a convenient loca-
Designate an interior room with no windows or external doors as
a "Safe Room."
Determine escape routes and places to meet if separated.
Have an out-of-the-area-friend as a family contact so all have a
single point of contact and someone knows where you are.
Make a plan for your pets if you need to evacuate.
Take First Aid and CPR Classes. Your Red Cross can provide you
with the same.
When a hurricane approaches:
A hurricane watch is given when the hurricane is possible within
When a hurricane is 24 hours away, a hurricane warning is issued.
Hurricane landfall is imminent.
When a hurricane warning is issued, you should board up your
windows and doors, bring in loose items from outside, shut off
electrical, gas and water hook-ups and seek safe shelter.
During a hurricane:
Stay away from windows and stay inside if you are not told to
Beware that the centre of a hurricane, or the eye, can be very
calm and deceptive. When the eye passes, the storm is not over.
Stay inside because the fury of the winds will return, this time
from the opposite direction.
Remain in your safe location until the storm has passed com-
pletely and the all clear has been given.
Are you ready for ahurricane?
Source: The T&T Red Cross Society
As we brace for the unpredictability of
the hurricane season, it is important
to be prepared. Here are some simple
steps to help protect your family from
a storm or hurricane.
T&T Red Cross Society
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Two men were shot and killed in separate incidents
on Wednesday, taking the murder toll to 208 for the
For the corresponding period last year the murder
toll stood at 225.
In the first killing, police officers attached to the
Central Division say they are clueless about the motive
behind the killing of 47-year-old Otis Murphy.
According to police, around 9.15 am, three gunmen
stormed Murphy s home at Todds Road, Chaguanas,
opened fire on him, then escaped in a waiting vehi-
cle.The PH driver was taken to the Chaguanas Health
Facility where he died while being treated.
About five hours later gunmen shot Leon Greenidge
at a construction site in Belmont.
Greenidge, 30, of Green Hill, Diego Martin, died
while undergoing treatment at the Port-of-Spain Gen-
Police said around 2.15 pm, Greenidge was at a con-
struction site at Blenman Lane with another man,
whose name was not released, when two gunmen
approached them and fired at the duo. The gunmen
then ran through a track and escaped.
Police say they have no motive for the shooting.
Homicide officers are continuing both investigations.
Two murders in Diego, Chaguanas
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