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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Friday, August 22, 2014
The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
In The High Court of Justice
(Family Court Division)
No. FH: 01525/2014
Rasheed Jamal Ali Respondent
To: Rasheed Jamal Ali - Adrress Unknown
Take Notice that on the 10th July 2014 a Petition
for divorce was filed against you by Julia Brown
formerly Julia Fleary in the Family Court of
Trinidad & Tobago.
And Further Take Notice that as part of an Order
made on the 31st July 2014 the petitioner was
directed to effect substituted service of her
Petition on you by this advertisement in a daily
newspaper of general circulation in Trinidad &
Tobago once weekly for two consecutive weeks
And That you be allowed twenty-eight (28) days
after the date of the second advertisement in
which to acknowledge the substituted service.
If you desire to defend this action, you must state
this within twenty-eight (28) days after the date
of the second advertisement by you filing an
Acknowledgement of Service (Form 5 - available
at the Registry), which must be lodged at the
Registry of the Family Court of Trinidad &
Tobago, Nipdec House, No. 4, Cipriani
Boulevard, Port-of-Spain (Tel. Number 223
1060; Fax. Number 624-0557).
Take Notice that the matter is fixed for hearing
on Monday the 13th October 2014 at 10:00
a.m. in Hearing Room No. 3 and In Default you
filing an Acknowledgement of Service, the Court
may proceed in your absence and may make
any order it considers appropriate, including
granting the divorce.
Dated this 31st July 2014
By the Court
/s/ Tricia Bhagwandeen-Sadho
Family Court of Trinidad and Tobago 0822029
#1,3 & 6 Mc Carthy Street, St. Augustine.
(868) 663-6681, 662-5739
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The Health Ministry has confirmed seven addi-
tional cases of the chikungunya virus.
Director of Emergency, Disaster Management
and Special Services, Dr Marion Bullock DuCasse,
said the positive results were received on Wednesday
from samples sent to the Caribbean Public Health
This brings the total number of confirmed cases
for Jamaica to 17. This includes 14 from local trans-
mission, two imported and one still under inves-
tigation because of the individual s travel history.
The Health Ministry says the affected parishes
remain St Thomas, St Catherine, St Ann and
Kingston and St Andrew.
"I want to emphasise the importance of protecting
oneself from mosquito bites including when trav-
elling to countries with chikungunya transmission,"
She said people should also get rid of mosquitoes
and their breeding sites in and around the home
and be even more vigilant when they
have guests from affected areas.
Chikungunya is spread by the bite
of an infected aedes aegypti mosquito
which is generally found in and around
places where people inhabit.
DuCasse is urging individuals to
protect themselves from mosquito
bites by using insect repellent con-
taining DEET, covering their body as
much as possible by wearing long
sleeved clothing, for example, and by
putting mesh on doors and windows.
7 more ChikV cases
Dr Marion Bullock DuCasse
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