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Peter Soon and Company Limited
PUBLIC AUCTION SALE AFTER LEVY
Saturday 19th October, 2013 at 1:00 p.m.
LP #161 Eastern Main Rd, Petit Bourg, San Juan
Upon the instructions of SAMUEL WEEKES, Licensed
Bailiff, I will offer for sale by public auction at the time and
place mentioned above the following goods levied upon for
arrears of rent from tenants LOUIS MORENO, HENDEL
CAESAR, and MICHAEL FRANCIS.
One HONDA Civic - PAY 3 3 3 - Chassis Number
Television sets, Stereo sets, Microwave ovens, No-frost
fridges, Gas stoves, Twin-tub washers, Chest-of-Drawers,
Kitchen Hutch, One TOTAL gym 1000, One TKO gym set,
One Casio 8.1MP camera, Two pieces of jewelry, One LOG-
ITECH speaker set, Computer systems, ACER laptop com-
puter, Two 10ft ladders, construction hand tools and much
more items too numerous to mention.
Dated this 8th day of October 2013
Terms of Sale:
1. CASH on the fall of the hammer
2. Goods will be sold "AS IS, WHERE IS"
3. Goods must be removed immediately after sale upon full
payment of bid
4. Goods will be sold subject to storage and auctioneer's handling
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(next to the National Stadium)
Port of Spain, Trinidad W.I.
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The country's most
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar
says she remains committed to the construc-
tion of the Point Fortin highway even as
Highway Re-route Movement leader Dr
Wayne Kublalsingh continues to protest the
construction of the Debe to Mon Desir leg
of the project.
Persad-Bissessar made the statement as the
United National Congress (UNC) local gov-
ernment elections bandwagon rolled into Inde-
pendent Liberal Party (ILP) leader Jack Warner s
hometown of Rio Claro on Saturday night.
Addressing UNC supporters at Rio Claro
Junction on Saturday, Persad-Bissessar reaf-
firmed the People s Partnership government s
commitment to the Point Fortin highway proj-
ect.She openly declared, "We are continuing
with the highway from Debe to Point Fortin."
Her statement comes on the heels of Kublals-
ingh s third arrest in two weeks. He was arrested
and charged when he and his supporters
blocked heavy equipment clearing the Mon
Desir site of the highway. He has also vowed
to continue his protest against the project.
Persad-Bissessar, who was mobbed by eager
supporters when she arrived at the meeting
at 9.20 pm, came bearing gifts for Rio Claro
residents, vowing to construct the San Fer-
nando to Mayaro highway.
She asked supporters to be patient with the
Government as it moves to making the project
"We cannot do everything in one year or
two or three years," she said.
However, she said the Government was
committed to the San Fernando to Mayaro
Election fever was high as supporters of the
various candidates for the Rio Claro/Mayaro
Regional Corporation dancers, waved flags and
Entertainers Soca Elvis, Hunter and Brian
Mohan, whipped the crowd into a frenzy as
they performed the UNC s theme song, Vote
Edwin "Crazy" Ayoung threw CD copies of
his UNC song into the audience as he closed
the meeting with his musical performance.
The Prime Minister asked supporters to give
her government the chance to continue the
work it has been doing in their area and elect
the UNC s slate of candidates for their cor-
She listed projects in the region including
a WASA project in Union and Agostini Village
which brought pipe-borne water to those com-
munities for the first time in 100 years.
Persad-Bissessar said the Government had
succeeded in getting "water flowing every-
She said in 2010 only 18 per cent of the
population received a continuous water sup-
"Today under the People s Partnership gov-
ernment 49 per cent of people receive 24/7
water supply. In 2010, 38 per cent of the people
had water 24/5 under the PP government 71
per cent of people now have water five days
a week for 24 hours," she said.
The Prime Minister said in Tobago 67 per
cent of the population received water five days
a week as opposed 2010 when only 23 per cent
of people received water five days a week.
"This is a national accomplishment," she
She said under the PP Children s Life Fund,
81 children received funding for medical care.
"Eighty-one childrens lives have been saved,"
Persad-Bissessar defended her government s
projects as she said development is happening
She said construction of the Trincity bridge
will begin in two weeks and work on the Deigo
Martin highway is continuing.
"Everywhere you go there is a project. I say
they talk, we will continue to deliver," Persad-
PM: No turning back
on Pt Fortin highway
The Integrity Commission has launched its
annual literary and performing arts competition
aimed at primary and secondary school children.
This year s competition, titled "Do Right Cham-
pions," is open to students in all educational districts,
with prizes being awarded to the best entry in each
standard in primary school and each form in sec-
Participants will compete for a chance to win
several iPad Minis and First Citizen nEo accounts
with bonus cash as a starter. The deadline for the
receipt of entries has been set as November 8.
In a release yesterday, the commission s com-
munications director Mervyn Crichlow said the
results of the competition will be used to assess
students integrity, honesty, consistency of action,
courage of conviction, moral values and ethical
"Children spontaneously seek competition and
have an innate desire to compare themselves with
others and the Integrity Commission remains firmly
of the view that this activity helps to fulfill its man-
date to carry out public education initiatives that
foster an understanding of the standards of Integrity,"
He said the results of previous competitions were
shared with education stakeholders at a symposium
on "The Teacher and Integrity" on September 30.
Crichlow said students of all primary schools will
have to write and submit a short story or an explana-
tory or descriptive report on the theme of integrity.
Students of Standards Two and Three will need
to submit a 700-word short story on: "What super
powers you had, and how you got them; what good
deeds you did your with your powers all day; how
you felt when you helped others; and when you
had to make the right decision although your friends
at school tried to persuade you not to do so."
He said students of Standards Four and Five will
have to submit a 500-word report on something
that happened in school that made them understand
the importance of good ethics or a report to the
teacher about a situation where they displayed
integrity in their school.
Secondary school students in Tobago will have
to perform the traditional Tobago Speech Band.
Each secondary school is invited to enter a Speech
Band from Forms One to Three and Forms Four to
Six. The time limit for each performance varies
from five to seven minutes for the Form represen-
tatives. The commission will provide a band of
musicians to accompany the performances.
Secondary school students in Trinidad have to
perform a monologue, Crichlow said.
Integrity body launches
competition for schools
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar
hugs children during the UNC's meeting in
Rio Claro on Saturday night.
PHOTO: RISHI RAGOONATH
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