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This notice serves as official legal
notice to the parents of Stefan Phillip
Creeden -- Diane Phillip (mother)
and Brensley Phillip Creeden
(father) -- of custody proceedings
where custody of Stefan Phillip
Creeden will be determined solely
belonging to Peggy Ann Beauchamp
in the Juvenile Court for Hamilton
County, Tennessee located at 1600
East Third Street, Chattanooga,
Tennessee, 37404 on December 5,
between the hrs. of
to facilitate overhead works at
Republic Bank, Fincor Building.
What is our reality?
Bhagawan explains and lov-
ingly teaches us how to sep-
arate the real from th unreal
through a simple and effec-
The body is made up of five elements and is not real
at any time. Body is like a water bubble. The bubble
is born in water, sustained in water and ultimately
merges in the water. Similarly the Self is born from
Divine Consciousness (Satchidananda) and merges
ultimately in the Divine. Birth and death are scenes
in this drama of life; do not consider them to be true.
In your sleep you may have seen many mansions,
but when you are awake, you don't see any of them!
The buildings you see during your day are not visi-
ble to you when you are asleep. Hence both are
untrue - day-dreams and night-dreams at best! The
only fact in it is that 'you' are present in both times.
Similarly though you have a human form, in reality
you are Divine. Therefore sanctify this birth by lead-
ing a pure and sacred life. Don't accumulate the dirt
of worldly life.
Virtue is the salt of life; Love is the highest virtue. Develop
love by sharing it. - Baba
The Opposition People s National
Movement (PNM) has selected
human resource official Cherrie Ann
Crichlow-Cockburn to contest the
Lopinot/Bon Air seat and business-
woman Alisha Romano for St
PNM general secretary Ashton Ford
confirmed the selections after
Wednesday s screening of candidates
for four seats.
Crichlow-Cockburn is the daugh-
ter of late PNM Senator Nathaniel
Crichlow, who was also the first pres-
ident general of the National Union
of Government and Federated Work-
ers (which current PP Senate Vice-
President James Lambert heads).
Romano s 96-year-old grandmother
was secretary of the San Juan con-
stituency for over 20 years.
The screening committee picked
Crichlow-Cockburn over business-
man/PSA member Waldron Louison
and state utility worker Jervon Abra-
ham. The latter got the most nom-
inations from constituency party
Ford added, "The screening process
does not go by the number of party
groups (supporting you), it involves
the way you are screened and if you
fit the criteria PNM seeks."
Lopinot/Bon Air is held by the
COP s Lincoln Douglas and St
Augustine by COP leader Prakash
The PNM s screening committee
rejected the nominees for
Cumuto/Manzanilla, two Sangre
Grande Corporation officials and an
insurance executive, and the area has
to seek fresh nominees.
No decision was taken either on
San Juan/Barataria after the screening
team interviewed nominee Nyan
Gadsby Dolly. It was the second time
that constituency has presented
nominees and not been finalised.
Ford said the PNM hoped to com-
plete selection of candidates for PP-
held areas by year s end.
Director of Highways
Roger Ganesh says the
resembling a Christmas
tree near Grand Bazaar
did not cause taxpayers
any major expense.
In an interview on
Wednesday Ganesh said
the work of putting the
lights together was min-
imal and had been com-
pleted in-house at the
"I was really the
designer. I tried to make
it look like a tree but in
a way that it would not
resemble an actual traf-
fic light. All the work
was done in-house ---
the labour, painting it
selves," he said.
Ganesh said the only
maintenance cost for
the monument would
be for the shrubbery and
plants which surround-
Recurring costs would
also include a power
supply to keep the mon-
ument lit. He said these
costs would be paid by
He had previously
revealed that all of the
traffic lights used for the
monument were recy-
cled from the old inter-
section and so had not
Minimal cost for
Christmas tree traffic light
PNM picks two more
Apart from Crichlow-Cockburn in Lopinot/Bon Air and Romano in St
Augustine, PNM's other candidates so far are:
MP Keith Rowley (Diego Martin West)
MP Terrence Deyalsingh (St Joseph)
Clarence Rambharat (Mayaro)
Maxie Cuffie (La Horquetta/Talparo)
Brig Ancil Antoine (D'Abadie/O'Meara)
Faris Al-Rawi (San Fernando West)
Stuart Young (Port-of-Spain North)
Alif Mohammed (Couva South)
Neil Mohammed (Pointe-a-Pierre)
Terry Jadoonanan (Oropouche East).
Ambassador of Spain José María Fernández López de Turiso, during a courtesy call to Attorney General
Anand Ramlogan on Tuesday at Cabildo Chambers, St Vincent Street, Port-of-Spain.
PHOTO COURTESY MINISTRY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
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