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Split Peas @$199.00 per bag
12mm Channa @440.00 per bag
Wide variety of peas and beans,
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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
PETER SOON and WILLIAM SOON
ILP leader Jack Warner while in the People s Part-
nership cabinet had said the controversial firetruck
which ran off the road, plunging over a 300-foot
cliff in Blanchisseuse, was valued at $56 million and
he did not tell the truth to the Government, leader
of the Congress of the People Prakash Ramadhar
said on Wednesday night.
"Watch your back with Jack!" Ramadhar added,
dubbing Warner a "neemakharam."
Ramadhar spoke about the firetruck issue at PP s
San Juan campaign meeting. He said he had planned
to confront Warner on the firetruck scandal at
Tuesday s leaders debate which was aborted.
The issue was spotlighted this year when it was
revealed the state paid $6.8 million to remove the
fire truck after it fell over the precipice in November
2011. The water tender from the Arima Fire Station
was responding to a report.
Warner, then minister of national security, had
defended the payment.
Ramadhar, however, said every Cabinet member
had taken blame for the firetruck issue when Warner
had told the Cabinet the value of the vehicle was
He warned voters not to trust Warner or PNM
leader Keith Rowley, both of whom, he said, had
turned on their respective former leaders.
Ramadhar said Warner was the PP s biggest defender
until he was not chosen for the Chaguanas West by
"He turned 180 degrees! He had been attacking me
and the COP since 2011---watch your back with Jack!
Can you trust a man like this? He was works minister
all the time and now he s blaming his former colleagues
for everything. That s the worst kind of "neemakharam"
T&T doesn t want," Ramadhar added.
"Warner is a watermelon---green on the outside,
but PNM inside. He s working hard for his partner
Rowley," he added.
Ramadhar said he had planned at the leaders debate
to confront Rowley at the Section 34 issue since PNM
members had voted for it in Parliament. Ramadhar
said Rowley was an angry, vindictive, spiteful man
though the PNM was trying to polish up his image:
"Where s PNM getting the money for this and its
UNC St Joseph candidate Ian Alleyne has
said the ILP Chaguanas head office building
has no Town and Country Planning approval
and is an illegal structure.
Speaking at PP s San Juan meeting on
Wednesday night, Alleyne read from docu-
ments, including letters from the Chaguanas
Borough Corporation s lawyer and Town and
Country Planning Division on the issue.
He cited a report from the borough s CEO
on an illegal building on Mulchan Seuchan
Road, where the office is located, and read
from various other documents noting notices
were sent on the issue earlier this year, includ-
ing a pre-action protocol letter in March from
the corporation s attorney.
Alleyne added: "I call on the Town and
Country Planning Division and Local Govern-
ment Minister to throw them out. The building
is illegal. Why are they still in it?"
Saying the Town and Country Division
would be after the ILP, Alleyne said ILP would
be "out in the street."
Alleyne whose musical accompaniment was
the tune Hit the Road, Jack, added: "I m not
afraid of Jack Warner or Keith Rowley."
Yesterday, ILP deputy leader Lyndira Oudit
referred queries on the building to the leader.
ILP chairman Robin Montano said: "Does Mr
Browne, sorry, Alleyne, really think this (build-
ing issue) is true and people are concerned
about this? Get a life."
At the PP s San Juan meeting, Prime Minister
Kamla Persad-Bissessar paid tribute to UNC
founder Basdeo Panday and others who formed
the UNC, which marked its 25th anniversary
on Wednesday. (GA)
Alleyne: ILP in an
ads ...who s paying for it?" he asked.
Ramadhar said the PNM had alway
been a friend of "big business" and had
not proclaimed the Fair Trade Act to
curtail groups from hiking prices. He
said Government would implement
the act to ensure fair prices.
Ramadhar said Rowley split the PNM
2010 after being fired and had helped
the PP win office. He said MSJ leader
David Abdulah had asked him to leave
the People s Partnership when MSJ left
but he did not want to destabilise the
Also on PP s platform was former
T&T Guardian graphic artist Kevan
Gibbs, who testified to the value of
the On the Job Training (OJT) pro-
Gibbs, a member of the COP, who
was introduced by Prime Minister
Kamla Persad-Bissessar, explained how
OJT changed his life and he got jobs
at the Express and the T&T Guardian.
The PM also welcomed sportsman
Dwayne Bravo at the meeting.
UNC supporters wave party flags during Wednesday night's public meeting in San Juan. PHOTO: MARYANN AUGUSTE
Controversial firetruck issue...
Ramadhar: Warner did
not tell Govt the truth
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