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(The Liquor Licences Act 84:10)
Notice is hereby given that
by lawful authority under
the provisions of Section
18 (3) of the Liquor
Licenses Act, Ch. 84:10 the
Licensing Committee for
the Licensing District of
Victoria West, San
Fernando has appointed
Thursday the 24th day of
April 2014 at the hour of
nine o'clock in the
forenoon at the San
Court as the day, hour and
place at which a Special
Session will be held to con-
sider the application of
Ronnie Ragbir of #132A
Buen Intento Road, Princes
Town for a Certificate
authorizing him to obtain a
Spirit Retailer's Licence in
respect of premises situate
at #7 Duncan Village, San
Dated this 11th day of April,
MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT OF
ST. GEORGE EAST
SPECIAL LICENSING SESSION
(Liquor Licences Act 84. 10)
NOTICE is hereby given that
by lawful authority under the
provisions of the Liquor
Licences Act 84:10, the
Liquor Licensing Committee
for the Magisterial District of
St. George East has appoint-
ed Wednesday the 28th
day of May 2014 at 9.00
o'clock in the forenoon at the
Tunapuna Magistrates' Court
as the day, hour and place at
which a SPECIAL SESSION
will be held to hear and deter-
mine the application of
SUPERPHARM LTD for a cer-
tificate authorizing him to
carry on the business of a
SPIRIT GROCER in respect of
premises situate at corner of
Morequito Avenue and
Churchill Roosevelt Highway,
Dated this 24th day of April
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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General
Meeting of the Young Women's Christian
Association, Port of Spain originally set for
Saturday 10th May, 2014 has been rescheduled to
Saturday 7th June, 2014, due to circumstances
beyond our control. AGM will be held at #25
Alexandra Street, St. Clair, Port of Spain
commencing at 3.00 pm.
Registration begins at 2:00pm
1. Minutes of the Annual General Meeting
2. Matters Arising
3. Reports of the Chairman and Committees
4. Auditors Report
5. Financial Statements for the year ending
6. Election of of cers
8. Any other business
By order of
The Board of Directors
Rescheduled to 7th JUNE 2014
BARCELONA---Atletico Madrid's march to the
Spanish league title hit a bump when it lost 2-0 at
Levante yesterday, meaning it likely must win its
remaining two games to hold off Real Madrid and
Barcelona and win its first championship since 1996.
Levante pressed early and was rewarded when
Papakouly Diop's corner kick hit Atletico left back
Filipe Luis in the chest. The ball bounced out of reach
of scrambling goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois before
settling into the net in the seventh minute.
Atletico improved after bringing on substitutes
Arda Turan and Adrian Lopez after halftime but con-
ceded again when striker David Barral beat Courtois
in the 69th.
Atletico's first loss in 10 rounds left it three points
ahead of Barcelona, which hosts Atletico on the sea-
son's last day. Real Madrid trails Atletico by six points
but has two more games to play.
Madrid hosts Valencia later Sunday and travels to
Valladolid on Wednesday before Atletico plays again
next weekend. Atletico holds the head-to-head advan-
tage over Madrid, giving Diego Simeone's team the
tiebreaker if the two sides --- set to meet in the Cham-
pions League final on May 24 --- also finish level on
points in La Liga.
But this stumble throws open the race once again
for all three sides, despite Barcelona's coach and
players saying their title defense had been scuttled
by their 2-2 draw with Getafe on Saturday.
"Now the league is that much more interesting,"
Atletico's path to its first domestic league title in
18 years now goes through wins at home over Malaga
and then at Camp Nou.
Far from bemoaning the setback, Simeone said that
defeat was "the best thing that could happen" to his
team to keep it focused on the run-in not only to the
league title but also to the European final a week after
the league concludes.
"Three weeks of high intensity and emotion await
us," Simeone said. "This is the ideal moment for my
men, for my players. We have three finals ahead of
grip on fourth
PARIS---Saint-Etienne beat Montpellier 2-0 in
the French league yesterday to strengthen its
grip on fourth place and keep alive its slim hopes
of securing a Champions League spot.
Winger Romain Hamouma put Saint-Etienne
ahead in the 48th minute and forward Mevlut
Erding made sure of the win in the 57th.
Saint-Etienne needs to win its last two matches
to stand any chance of overtaking third-placed
Lille, which is five points ahead.
Hamouma, however, thinks settling for fourth
place and a Europa League spot is more realis-
"Finishing fourth is really close to our hearts
and we'll do everything we can to stay there,"
Hamouma said. "We missed out last season and
we don't want that to happen again."
Saint-Etienne is provisionally five points ahead
of fifth-placed Lyon, which travels to sixth-placed
Marseille later Sunday.
Hamouma collected a pass with his back to
goal, turned and hit a powerful shot into the top
right corner from 25 yards (meters) for his ninth
league goal of the season.
Erding pounced after Max-Alain Gradel's free
kick hit the wall and looped up invitingly for the
Turkey striker to also grab his ninth of the cam-
Also Sunday, it was: Lorient 1, Ajaccio 0; Reims
1, Evian 0; Sochaux 2, Nice 0; Toulouse 1, Nantes
1; and Valenciennes 0, Bordeaux 1.
Paris Saint-Germain can clinch the title on
Wednesday if it beats Rennes at home or sec-
ond-placed Monaco fails to beat Guingamp the
same evening. They are playing Wednesday
because Guingamp and Rennes contested the
French Cup final on Saturday, with Guingamp
beating its Brittany rival 2-0 to win the trophy
for the second time.
Bordeaux scored through fullback Julien Faubert
in the 74th to relegate Valenciennes.
Reims stayed in eighth place thanks to a first-
half goal from midfielder Prince Oniangue, while
Evian's defeat leaves it just one point above the
Ninth-placed Lorient took the lead through
forward Jeremie Aliadiere in the 18th minute and
held on despite having defender Bruno Ecuele
Manga sent off midway through the first half.
us and we have to concentrate on the
first of those against Malaga next Sun-
The large contingent of fans who
traveled with Atletico from the Spanish
capital were left disappointed, but they
still applauded their squad after the
final whistle at Ciutat de Valencia Sta-
Four days after its commanding 3-
1 victory at Chelsea to reach the final
of the Champions League, Atletico was
brought down by the modest Levante
side that has outperformed expectations
thanks to coach Joaquin Caparros'
defensive focus. Goalkeeper Keylor
Navas again played a key role as Levante
was left in the middle of the table, turn-
ing away Raul Garcia's and Tobias
Alderweireld's goal-bound strikes in
"We didn't want to mess up a title
for anyone, I hope they (Atletico) win
it," Barral said. "We want to finish the
league in the best fashion we can. Play-
ing teams like Atletico or Barcelona is
always motivating, we wanted to win
it for ourselves."
Elsewhere, Ramon Azeez's last-gasp
goal gave 10-man Almeria a 3-2 win at
home over relegated Real Betis to help
pull his team out of the drop zone.
Almeria climbed to one point above
the relegation zone, pushing Osasuna
down to join Valladolid as the other
two teams currently in danger to join
Betis in the second division next sea-
Atletico's title chase hits bump
Atletico de Madrid's Leo Baptistao from Brazil, left, duels for the ball with
Levante's Simao Mate from Mozambique during a Spanish La Liga soccer match
at the Ciutat de Valencia stadium in Valencia, Spain, yesterday. AP PHOTO
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