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NOTICE OF SALE BY MORTGAGEE
Offers are invited for the purchase of the following property:
Property located at: Number 56 Gooding Village, San Fernando,
known as 56 Cipero Street, San Fernando. The freehold property com-
prises of a two storey structure and a basement thereon.
Sale price- $6,000,000.00 or nearest offer
Offers in sealed envelopes should be sent to: Mortgagee Sale
P.O. Box 621
PORT OF SPAIN
Private and Confidential
CONDITIONS OF SALE:
1. The property is being sold subject to all outstanding rates and
taxes and other outgoings.
2. Terms of payment are 10% down on acceptance of offer with the
balance within 90 days.
3. Mortgage financing available to qualified applicants.
4. Subject to contract (Agreement for Sale).
5. The Mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest
or any offer.
6. Unacceptable offers will not be acknowledged.
Bids close promptly at 4.00 p.m. on December 30, 2013 and must be
received at the above address on
or before the aforesaid time. Bids received after the closing date/time
will not be opened.
INTERESTED PERSONS should telephone
625-3566 Ext. 2222/2211
For further information
Stephenson had 20 points and
11 rebounds to help the Indiana
Pacers improve their franchise-
record home start to 11-0 with
a 99-94 victory over the Char-
lotte Bobcats on Friday night.
Centre Roy Hibbert added 18
points and 11 rebounds as Indi-
ana overcame an off night from
Paul George, who had ten points
on 2-of-12 shooting in the Pac-
ers first game since defeating
the two-time defending cham-
pion Miami Heat on Wednesday
night in a rematch of last sea-
son s Eastern Conference Finals.
Al Jefferson had 21 points and
nine rebounds for the Bobcats,
who extended their losing streak
in Indiana to eight games. Char-
lotte was trying to win on the
Pacers home court for the first
time since November 28, 2008.
Stephenson added seven
assists and David West scored
14 points, George Hill had 13
and Luis Scola 11 for Indiana
(20-3). Rasual Butler, playing
his most significant minutes
(23:47) of the season, scored
eight points on 3-of-5 shoot-
The Pacers led 56-55 at half-
time, but trailed by 90-89 after
Gerald Henderson sank a 15-
foot jump shot with 5:17 left in
the fourth quarter. Stephenson s
layup made it 91-90 with 4:18
to play and Indiana never trailed
THUNDER 122, LAKERS 97
Durant scored 31 points, Russell
Westbrook added 19 points, 12
assists and eight rebounds and
the Oklahoma City Thunder
rolled to a 122-97 win over the
Los Angeles Lakers on Friday
Serge Ibaka added 19 points
and ten rebounds for his 11th
double-double of the season and
Reggie Jackson also scored 19
for Oklahoma City, which has
won five straight and 13 of its
past 14 games.
The Thunder is unbeaten in
11 home games this season and
have won four straight at home
over the Lakers.
Los Angeles has lost all three
games since the return of Kobe
Bryant from a torn Achilles ten-
don. Bryant had 13 assists---just
two shy of his career high---but
showed little of his trademark
offensive ability, finishing with
four points on 2-of-6 shooting.
had 26 points and nine assists,
Chandler Parsons scored 23
points and Houston held off
Golden State in California.
Dwight Howard finished with
18 points and 11 rebounds while
spending most of the night in
foul trouble for the Rockets, who
led by 13 points late in the third
quarter before the Warriors
briefly rallied ahead in the fourth.
Patrick Beverley scored nine of
his 16 points in the final period
to help Houston hand Golden
State its second loss in a week.
David Lee had 23 points and
ten rebounds, and Stephen
Curry had 20 points and nine
assists for the Warriors, who
out-rebounded the Rockets 56-
32. But Houston outshot Golden
State 49.4 to 47.8 percent and
made more big plays late.
WIZARDS 99, OT
ATLANTA---Al Horford scored
a season-high 34 points,
including a jumper as time
expired in overtime, and
Atlanta recovered after blowing
a 15-point lead in the fourth
quarter to beat Washington.
With the game tied at 99 with
1.8 seconds remaining, Pero
Antic passed to Horford, who
hit a short fallaway as the buzzer
sounded. A video review con-
firmed the shot beat the buzzer.
Paul Millsap and Kyle Korver
had 16 points for Atlanta. Hor-
ford grabbed 15 rebounds.
Trevor Booker led Washington
with 24 points and 14 rebounds.
CELTICS 90, KNICKS 86
scored seven of his 13 points in
the fourth quarter, hitting a
three-pointer with 2:38 to play
to give the Celtics the lead for
good, and Boston beat New
Jared Sullinger had 19 points
and six rebounds, all but one
basket in the first half when the
Celtics opened a 17-point lead.
Courtney Lee scored 18 points
and Brandon Bass had ten points
and eight rebounds for Boston,
which snapped a two-game los-
ing streak and held onto first
place in the woeful Atlantic Divi-
Carmelo Anthony scored 26
points and Andrea Bargnani had
22 for the Knicks. But Anthony
missed a jumper that could have
tied it after Bradley gave Boston
the lead, and then he was
blocked by Jeff Green with a
minute to play. (AP)
Pistons 103, Nets 99
Bulls 91, Bucks 90
Pelicans 104, Grizzlies 98
Raptors 108, 76ers 100
Spurs 117, Timberwolves 110
Cavaliers 109, Magic 100
Suns 116, Kings 107
Jazz 103, Nuggets 93
Pacers beat Bobcats 99--94
...up home record to 11-0
Indiana Pacers centre
Roy Hibbert (55)
shoots over Charlotte
Bobcats centre Al
Jefferson (25) during
the second half of an
NBA basketball game
in Indianapolis, Friday
night. The Pacers won
99-94. AP PHOTO
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