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Monday, April 2, 2018
PROPERTY SITUATE AT HEVRON HEIGHTS
DEVELOPMENT, UPPER MENDES DRIVE, CHAMP
SALE FOR TUESDAY 24th APRIL, 2018
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that by the order of Guardian
Asset Management Limited of 1 Guardian Drive, Westmoorings
and in exercise of the Power of Sale conferred on mortgages by the
Conveyancing and Law of Property Act Ch. 56:01 and contained
in Deed of Mortgage dated 2nd October, 2007 registered as No.
DE200702931185D001 and made among DOROTHY VIERRA
and LEONORA ISABELLA DES LAURIERS of the First Part,
DAVID DES LAURIERS and LEONORA DES LAURIERS
of the Second Part and GUARDIAN ASSET MANAGEMENT
LIMITED of the Third Part, there will be put up for sale by Public
Auction by the undersigned at his Auction Mart at No. 33 Seventh
Street, Barataria between the hours of 10:00 a.m . and 11:00 a.m.
TO VIEW CALL: 226-2706
THE SCHEDULE HEREIN REFERRED TO:
ALL AND SINGULAR that certain piece or parcel of land
situate at Champs Fleurs in the Ward of St. Anns in the Island
of Trinidad comprising One Point Four Eight Zero One Hectares
(1.4801 ha) abutted and bounded on the North by the lands of
Champs Fleurs Estate on the South partly by the lands of Vistaplan
now U.D.E .C .O.T.T. partly by Mendes Drive and partly by an
Access Road on the East partly by Champs Fleurs Estate partly by
the land of Vistaplan now U.D.E .C .O.T.T. and partly by Mendes
Drive and on the West by the lands now or formerly of Muriel
Hall which said parcel of land is more particularly delineated and
coloured pink on the Plan marked “A” annexed to Deed dated
28th June, 2005 registered as No. DE200501647671D001.
ALL AND SINGULAR those two contiguous parcels of land
being two portions of the Vierra Development situate in the
Ward of St. Anns (sometimes erroneously described as being in
the Ward of Tacarigua) in the Island of Trinidad and shown on the
Plan annexed to Deed registered as No. 11899 of 1975 as Lot Nos.
52 and 54 The First being Lot No. “52” comprising SIXTY-
FIVE THOUSAND FOUR HUNDRED AND TWENTY
(65,420) SUPERFICIAL FEET and bounded on the North partly
by the other lands of Clyde Gordon Vierra and partly by Lot No.
54 on the South by Lot Nos. 50, 45, 46, 44, 42 and 40 on the East
by other lands of Clyde Gordon Vierra and on the West partly by a
Road Reserve and partly by the said Lot No. 54 and The Second
Parcel being Lot No. “54” comprising TWELVE THOUSAND
SEVEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY (12,730) SUPERFICIAL
FEET and bounded on the North by other lands of Clyde Gordon
Vierra on the South by Lot No. 52 on the East partly by other lands
of Clyde Gordon Vierra and partly by Lot No. 52 and on the West
by a Road Reserve which said parcel of land is also described in
Deed registered as No. 3715 of 1977.
Dated this 31st day of March, 2018
/s/ Peter Soon
Peter Soon & Co. Ltd
The property above-mentioned will be sold as is where is subject
to all outstanding rates, taxes and assessments due thereon as at
the time of sale.
The 2018 season of True Talk, No Lie,
the open-mic spoken word/musical
series, opened at the Big Black Box in
Woodbrook last Wednesday with far
more of a bang than a whimper and no
shortage of great fun.
On show was an uneven exposition
of amateur talent ranging from one
rambling and amusingly pointless
monologue to an outstanding standup
comedic routine by Anil Kumar to a
traditional poetic offering from Marli
Creese to Shamika Rafael’s angelic
rendition of Skankin’ Sweet by Chronixx
and a range of spoken word treatments.
If there were a modern-day version of
the old-fashioned “variety show” this
would have been it—a delightful one at
that. That’s what open-mic shows are
about and True Talk delivered true to
At the helm is tenacious 30-year-old
impresario/promoter, Yvan Mendoza,
who has held the fort with these
productions since 2013 when the venue
of choice was Martin’s Piano Bar in Port-
“I used to be involved in the spoken-
word scene, around 2005/2006, went
away to study, came back and found
that there were little to no opportunities
for artists that I had when I was
around,” Mendoza told T&T Guardian.
“We used to hop around to three or four
open-mics a month.”
“I always wanted to do my own show,”
he said, “and because of the dearth of
open-mic spaces like that, I thought I
should do one myself.”
There appear to have been few
regrets—whatever the business risks.
Last Wednesday, there was reason
for hope in the face of an overflowing
Woodbrook venue and an even more
intense gush of talent spanning a wide
variety of poetic and musical genres.
There were prospective performers
who had to be turned away, having
arrived too late to register, but they all,
good-naturedly, appeared to linger on to
witness a show that is going to be hard
to beat when the series continues next
However expert the stage
management, there will always be
entertainers who prefer not to stick
to the rules. Seasoned campaigner,
Brendan O’Brien did in fact perform
two instead of one spoken word piece,
including a provocative examination
of the sexual consent debate from the
standpoint of victimised women.
O’Brien’s expert rendition earned him
censure from Mendoza who served as
MC but also an accompanying reprieve.
No such luck for perennial favourite,
Kwame Boatswain, who did not have
his best evening out. Just Liz took a risk
with self-accompaniment on the guitar
and forgot her chords more than once.
That’s showbiz. She has enough talent
to go back and try again.
Split Mind came on stage with a
rap track accompanying a rhythmic
invitation to vigorous sex that raised
a few pores and generated nervous
laughter across the audience. More
disturbingly x-rated stuff from him on
SoundCloud— venture there at your own
Singer/guitarist Chad Affonso brought
some balance back to the proceedings
with Secondary Stress—a well-composed
song on “non-physical forms of
violence,” as he explained.
Marcus Abraham was amusing with
his tribute to doubles and Rae’s new
offering, Speak to me Softer, deserved
an initial listen from an appreciative
Anil Kumar’s expert standup
performance was followed by an almost
equally amusing performance by kaiso
old-stager, Bunny Bynoe. He came
equipped with dark sunglasses, a shiny,
blue outfit, fluffy cap, single white
glove, wooden bead chain, a T&T flag
draped tambourine and a towel hanging
from his back pocket. His song was Love
and the audience loved it.
By the time headline act, Jimmy
October, came on stage the young
crowd was primed for action.
Accompanied by an animated band
comprising Joshua Salcedo (drums),
Reuel Williams (keyboards), Isaac Cozier
(guitar), Antonio Achee working the
samples and bassist Mikhail Gibbings,
the popular young artiste set the venue
October’s Vacation and other
selections brought new life to the
proceedings and closed off the evening
with the bang everyone expected, and
Take a bow, Mendoza and crew.
The tenacious Yvan Mendoza.
PICTURES WESLEY GIBBINGS
breaking the rules
lights up the stage.
Anil Kumar is
True Talk, No Lie...with a bang
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