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Wednesday, April 11, 2018
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.
IN THE PETTY CIVIL COURT IN THE COUNTY OF VICTORIA
AT SAN FERNANDO
NO. SFMPC 2017-09373
SAGICOR LIFE INC.
(of No. 16 Queen’s Park West, Port of Spain)
(of No. 31 Mc Kenzie Street, Frederick Settlement, Caroni)
TO: RHONDA MAYNARD
NO. 31 MC KENZIE STREET,
TAKE NOTICE that this action has been commenced against
you in the Petty Civil Court in the County of Victoria at San
Fernando, by virtue of Default Summons and Particulars of Claim,
intituled No. SFMPC2017-09373 in which Sagicor Life Inc., a company
reincorporated under the Companies Act of Barbados Cap. 308, whose
Parish of St. Michael, in the Island of Barbados and is registered as
an External Company under the Companies Act, Chap. 81:01 of the
Sagicor Financial Centre, Number 16 Queen’s Park West, in the City of
Port-of-Spain, in the Island of Trinidad, claims against you the following:
1. The said sum of $17,271.00 as money received by the Defendant
in respect of advances paid by the Plaintiff.
2. Interest at such rate as this Honourable Court deems just.
4. Such further and/or other relief as to the Honourable Court may
And that it has been ordered that service of the Default Summons and
Particulars of Claim be effected by way of advertisement in a local daily
newspaper of general circulation in Trinidad and Tobago once weekly for
two consecutive weeks.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that by order made on the 16th day
of March, 2018 by Her Worship Ms. Lisa Singh-Phillip the Plaintiff was
directed to effect service of the Default Summons and Particulars of
Claim in this action by an advertisement in a local daily newspaper
of general circulation in Trinidad and Tobago once per week for two
AND ALSO TAKE NOTICE THAT the matter is adjourned to the 25th
April, 2018 at 8:00 a.m . at the Petty Civil Court, San Fernando.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that you must within fourteen (14) days
from the date of the last publication of this advertisement, which will
appear one week from the date of this advertisement, obtain leave to
defend to the Claim on which the Plaintiff makes on you.
Dated the ________ of _______________________ , 2018.
PETTY CIVIL COURT,
Notice is hereby given that the 71st Annual General Meeting of TECU Credit
Union Co-operative Society Limited will be held at the PETROTRIN Pointe-
a-Pierre Club, Pointe-a-Pierre on Friday 20th April 2018 at 4:30 p.m.
• Receive the reports of the Board of Directors, Supervisory and Credit
Committees and the Financial Statements of the Credit Union for the year
ended December 31st, 2017.
Transact any other ordinary business of the Credit Union
Registration Commences at 2:30 p.m.
Members are advised that Dividends will be credited to your Share Account as
is customary and can be withdrawn from April 23rd 2018.
April 7th 2018
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Williams leaps to victory in triple jump
GOLD COAST, Australia – Jamaican
Kimberley Williams produced a su-
perb final leap to snatch gold in the
women’s triple jump, headlining a
trio of Caribbean winners as fellow
countryman Ronald Levy captured
the men’s sprint hurdles and Gre-
nadian Lindon Victor claimed the
men’s decathlon, on day six of the
Commonwealth Games yesterday.
The defending champion ap-
peared headed for silver after
teammate Shanieka Ricketts laid
down the gauntlet with a sea-
son-best jump of 14.52 metres
in the opening round, to lead
throughout the competition.
However, Williams unfurled a
personal best 14.64m on her final
attempt to overtake Ricketts, who
was forced to settle for silver.
Dominican Thea LaFond
grabbed bronze with 13.92m, to
ensure a Caribbean clean sweep of
Up until the final round, Wil-
liams’s best mark had been 14.37
in the fourth round but came up
with her best following a foul jump
on her fifth attempt.
The 29-year-old won gold in
Glasgow four years ago with a
measurement of 14.21 and only last
month copped silver at the World
Indoor Championship in Birming-
ham with a leap of 14.48.
T&T Ayanna Alexander, who
took bronze at the last Common-
wealth Games, was well below her
personal best with 13.47, which
was only good enough for sixth
Teenaged Guyanese Natricia
Hooper (8th) recorded a per-
sonal best 13.36 while older sister
Natrena (11th) posted a season-best
12.62 but the performances left
them down the field.
Levy, meanwhile, collected his
first global title when he nipped
teammate Hansle Parchment com-
ing off the final hurdle to win the
110m event in a time of 13.19.
Parchment, who looked the win-
ner at the half-way stage, posted
13.22 seconds for silver while Aus-
tralian Nicholas Hough stopped
the clock at a personal best 13.38
to claim bronze.
An Olympic bronze medallist in
London and a silver medallist in
Beijing World Championship three
years ago, Parchment was chal-
lenged by England’s Pozzi early on,
with South African Antonio Alkana
also in contention.
Levy, in lane seven, gradually
gained on the leaders and was level
with Parchment following the last
set of hurdles before out-sprinting
him to the finish.
Barbadian Shane Brathwaite was
sixth in 13.53 while 18-year-old Ja-
maican De’Jour Russell was last in
Victor, meanwhile, made the
most of leader and defending
champion Damian Warner’s mas-
sive stumble, to take the the de-
cathlon title by amassing 8303
Canadian Warner, the Olympic
bronze winner and a former world
silver medalist, entered the second
day of the event as the odds-on fa-
vourite to win but crashed out of
the pole vault after missing three
attempts at 4.50 metres.
He slumped from first to sixth
and then failed to compete in ei-
ther the javelin or the 1500 me-
tres, leaving the door open for his
The 25-year-old Victor grabbed
the opportunity. He cleared 4.60
to win the pole vault in a new per-
sonal best, unveiled an excellent
throw of 71.10m on his final at-
tempt to also win the javelin and
trailed in seventh in the last event,
the 1 500m, in five minutes, 04.75
seconds to formalise his title cap-
Winner Ronald Levy, right), and Jamaican team-mate Hansle Parchment
celebrate their one-two finish in the men’s sprint hurdles.
GOLD COAST, Aus-
netball team crashed
to their third defeat
when they lost to
49-39, in Pool A at
Hoping to regain
their balance after
being flogged by Aus-
tralia in their open-
ing match and then
again by Caribbean
on Monday, Barbados
squandered a 24-20
half-time lead, to suf-
fer yet another blow
to their preliminary
Goal shooter Shon-
ica Wharton led her
side with 27 goals from
29 attempts while goal
attack Latonia Black-
man chipped in with
nine from 12.
For the Irish, goal
shooter Lisa Bowman
led the scoring with 20
from 25 attempts, with
Noleen Lennon, also at
goal shooter, support-
ing with 15 from 16.
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