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Mr. Mervyn Baptiste, ABE
Ms. Codisha Matthews, FCCA, BSc.
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COME TO PASS TO PASS"
Trinidad get ready as Bollywood theatre comes to NAPA San Fernando.
D C Shell Theatre and Crazy Catholic are coming down south with
The story of
SAT 6TH JULY
SUN 7TH JULY
GENERAL: SPECIAL RESERVED: $150
FRIDAY 5TH JULY 8.30 P.M.
OPENING NIGHT: 2 persons on 1 ticket ($170)
In the tradition of
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai (2004)
Kabhi Kushi Kabhie Gham (2005)
Chalte Chalte (2006)
Kal Ho Naa Ho (2008, 2013)
Amar, Ackbar, Anthony (2011)
NAPA Box Office opens daily from Wednesday 3rd July 11 am through show time 466-1791, 732-5796, 750-0104, 683-6496, 796-4272
Ticket Outlets: Hi Lo Gulf City Bhagans Drugs Price Plaza Chaguanas Xtra Foods Grand Bazaar 662-8151
lue Star Drugs Movietowne POS NAPA, South 466-1791, 732-5796, 750-0104, 683-6496, 796-4272
Coming next - "Phantom of the NAPA" at NAPA POS September 20th to 24th 2013
FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY. MAGICAL PLAYS RAPUNZEL, GREASE, SLEEPING BEAUTY,
ALADDIN, MAMA MIA AND SO MUCH MORE. ENJOY CHALTE CHALTE LIVE AT THE NEW NAPA.
3 SHOWS ONLY!
Appropriate for all audiences
BRING THE ENTIRE FAMILY FOR A GREAT EVENING
OF SONG, DANCE, COMEDY AND THEATRE IN
ENGLISH - DIRECTED BY THE CRAZY CATHOLIC.
NEW YORK---The price of oil rose
to its highest level in 14 months
on concerns about Middle East
supplies and signs of an increase
in US demand for fuel.
In afternoon trading yesterday,
US benchmark oil was up $1.48 to
$101.08. It rose to $102.18 a barrel
earlier, a high since May of last year.
Oil has not closed above $100 since
May 3, 2012.
Brent crude, which is used to
price oil used by many US refineries
to make gasoline, rose $1.71 to
$105.71 in London.
The Energy Department reported
yesterday that US crude supplies
fell by 10.3 million barrels from the
previous week, more than three
times the drop that analysts had
The drop was likely the result of
reduced supplies from Canada
because of a temporary pipeline
shutdown there, as well as increased
demand from a BP refinery that
restarted in Indiana. But the drop
could also be an indication that US
demand is rising.
At the same time, traders were
worried that political upheaval in
Egypt could slow the flow of oil
from the Middle East to world mar-
Egypt is not an oil producer but
its control of the Suez Canal, one
of the world s busiest shipping
lanes, gives it a crucial role in main-
taining global energy supplies. The
Middle East accounts for about a
quarter of the world s crude oil out-
put, or 23 million barrels per day.
About 2 million barrels of that, or
2.2 per cent of world demand, are
transported daily through the Suez
Canal, which links the Mediter-
ranean with the Red Sea. Much of
that oil is headed to Europe, but a
supply drop anywhere in the world
leads to higher prices everywhere.
Oil above $101 on US supply drop, Egypt
Trader Peter Iocolano works in the oil options pit at the New York
Mercantile Exchange yesterday. Oil climbed above $101 a barrel as the
political crisis in Egypt intensified. AP PHOTO
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