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Title: Guyana chronicle
Alternate Title: Sunday chronicle
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 45 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Guyana National Newspaper Ltd.,
Guyana National Newspaper Ltd.
Place of Publication: Georgetown Guyana
Publication Date: January 16, 2005
Copyright Date: 2005
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Subject: Newspapers -- Georgetown (Guyana)   ( lcsh )
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Guyana -- Georgetown
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1 (Dec. 1, 1975)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Publication suspended: Oct. 12-24, 1983.
General Note: Sunday ed. published as: Sunday chronicle.
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By Sharief Khan


FLOOD waters blanketed
much of Georgetown and sev-
eral villages on the East
Coast and East Bank
Demerara yesterday and resi-
dents braced for more as fur-
ther heavy rains threatened
last night.
Families in the city and
other parts of the coast battled
to hold back the rising waters
from their bottom flats, some
stacking sandbags at doors, as
rains continued through the day.
As the floods spread, the
Health Ministry issued a warn-
ing to parents to keep children
indoors, the Fire Service was
deployed to pump water from
the already damaged National
Cultural Centre in Georgetown,
and several business places tried
to shore up makeshift flood de-
fences.
Streets and yards were in-
undated and residents said they
could not recall such wide-
spread flooding in Georgetown
and along the coast in recent
years.
"This is the first time I have
seen my street flooded", a long-
time resident of South
Ruimveldt said, a refrain that



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Sandbags failed to stop the
water from pouring into this
bottom flat in the City
yesterday.

11 TV operations were also af-
fected by the flood.
Normal work at the
Guyana Chronicle was severely
disrupted as water swirled
through the plant in Bel Air
Park, Georgetown. Employees
toiled in several inches of wa-
ter in the editorial and other ofl-
fices to switch around comn-


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water can recede as quickly as
possible," he told the agency.
Xavier said pumps at Kitty.
Lillendaal, John Fernandes,
Muneshwar's and Lamaha were
all working.
He indicated that the floods
stemmed from the persistent
rains that began overnight and
the rising water could not be
drained olT until low tide when
the sluices'werc opened.
A task force President
Bharrat Jagdco set up to deter-
mine the cause of extensive


II- .ding late last month blamed contention that the blame has to
it oni a lack of monitoring and be laid squarely at the feet of
inm.intaining the city's drainage the municipal authority." Cabi
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Keep children out


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Health Ministry advises
IN THE wake of floods in Georgetown and parts
of the coast yesterday, the Ministry of Health is-
sued the following advisory:
1. Use only bottled, boiled or treated water for drink-
ing.
2. Disinfect water for domestic use, including bath-
ing.
3. Seek emergency medical attention at the
Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation or any other
Emergency Room for any vomiting and diarrhoea, cuts
or puncture wounds immediately.
4. Keep out of the flood water (children must not swim
or play in the flood water), Avoid walking without
shoes in the flood water. (Stay at home unless it is
absolutely necessary to be elsewhere).
S. Look out for centipedes, snakes and other poison-
ous pests seeking dry places.
6. As the water recedes, immediately sprinkle Jeyes
fluid or other disinfectants in your surroundings.
7. Sleep under a mosquito net.
8. Disconnect all electrical appliances, tele-
phones and electrical points which can be af-
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Rejected lover stabs woman


A WOMAN is nursing stab
wounds at the New
Amsterdam Hospital after
she was attacked in the town
Friday afternoon by a re-
jected lover.
Unconfirmed reports said


the alleged attacker died after he
drank poison.
Barbara Ramdeen, 43, of
Mayor and Town Council
Housing Scheme, New
Amsterdam, was taken to the
hospital by police ranks.


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net Secretaryi Dr. Luncheon
said last week.
He said the administration
has organised a joint govern-
ment/private &ectoi response to
flooding in the capital city. The
government had no recourse but
to implement mechanical clean-
ing of drains, underground chan-
nels and outfalls and to repair


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THE Fire Service says
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Firemen were deployed
yesterday to pump water
out of the National Cultural
Centre on Homestretch Av-
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The centre was last
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waters and has been closed
for urgent repairs.
It was flooded again
yesterday as heavy rains
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The task force noted that
the city was drained by gravity
drainage that depended on the
operation of sluices and the gra-
dient between the tide (low tide)
and the level of water in the
drainage system.
Drainage is also done me-
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The City Council, in a
statement last week, said
the floods pointed to a se-
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need to resuscitate the en-
tire drainage system and fix
culverts, sluices; outfall
channels and hydro-flow
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A neighbour said the two
separated about three years ago
but the man periodically visited
Ramdeen despite her rejection.
She has a teenage daughter
for the man, the neighbour said.
The assailant walked into
Ramdeen's yard and slabbed her
repeatedly, neighbours reported.
Neighbours said they were
alerted to her cries and heard the
attacker say, "If I can't get you.
no one can".
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police for responding quickly
when they were alerted to the
attack.
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the Octavia Denhart killing was
still at large last night.
New Amsterdam residents
said they had seen him wearing
an army camouflage jacket.
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EDITORIAL


VIEWPOINT

BY RICKEY SINGH
THE INITIATIVE by the well-known Guyanese sports
commentator and militant sports advocate, Joseph
'Reds' Perreira, to establish a 'Reds Perreira Sports
Foundation' in his native Guyana, is an imaginative and
commendable effort by a now St. Lucia-based
Guyanese of the Caribbean diasporas.
Of humble origin and an amazing appetite for sports
as an essential ingredient for national mobilisation and re-
..construction, 'Reds', the Guyanese broadcaster, is today
well known across the Caribbean Community, by friends,
admirers and a lesser quota of detractors.
Who or what may have inspired his idea for a Founda-
tion, the reality is that he has come forward with a signifi-
cant sum of personal money, some US$10,000 (approxi-
mately GUY$2 million) for the inauguration of an initiative
that could only result in the enhancement of sport devel-
opment in this country to which, as I understand it, the


Jagdeo administration is committed.
As a regional sports.personality and visionary, Perreira
could have launched his Foundation in his adopted home-
land, St. Lucia. But 'Reds'; as the regional cricket.commen-
tator is well known beyond the boundaries 'of test cricket,
deliberately, chose to make his impact in the land of his birth.
The hope is that those influential decision-makers and
personalities of CARICOM's sporting world, would share his
vision and commitment by providing practical support, includ-
ing participation in. physical training and workshops.


Practical support would also be required from both the
Guyana Government and this country's Private Sector to en-
able 'Reds' initiative to flower and touch 'the. lives of
Guyanese youth, and more, who have a keen interest in con-
tributing to the nation's development through sports.
It could well evolve as a complementary project to the
government's own overall policy and programmes for the
sports sector.
Perreira is the Guyanese from Pomeroon, who had tri-
umphed over a serious stammering problem to fulfill his
dream in becoming a recognized cricket commentator around
the Caribbean.
With characteristic humility, he said in an interview on
the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) in Barba-
dos last week in explaining -his reason for launching his
Sports Foundation,'that "now is pay back time".
That is, for him to now contribute to the benefit of others,
having himself been fortunate in the support he has received
over the years as he moved up the ladder of whatever fame


he has earned at home and in the region.
Long before he took on the challenge as head of the
.OECS Sports Programme that proved quite a success,
'Reds' had played various roles in sporting activities in
-Guyana.
Not only should the Guyana Government and business
.community come forward with practical forms of support
for his Sports Foundation within an expanded programme
for sports development.
The Minister of Culture and Sports, Gail Teixeira,
should perhaps consider how best to make use of
Perreira's talents and expertise, in whatever capacity
may be appropriate, for the good of sports as a unify-
ing factor in nation building.


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Editor-in-Chief: Sharief Khan
Sunday Editor: Michelle Nurse
Editorial: 227-5216; 227-5204; 22-63243-9
Sports: 225-11i74
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THE HIGH-LEVEL 'Carib-
bean Commission on Health
and Development' (CCHD)
is nearing completion of its
final draft report for submis-
sion to next month's
CARICOM Heads of Govern-
ment Inter-Sessional Meet-
ing scheduled for the
Surinamese capital,
Paramaribo.
Comprising a 14-imenmber
group of eminent persons of the
region under the chairmanship
of tilhe distinguished Sir George
Allevni. tilhe Commission's rie-
')ort is expected to be a seminal
work on the health sector and
related development since the
first dawn of independence in
the English-speaking Caribbean
in the 1960s.
Resulting from a mandate of
the 2001 CARICOM Summit
in Nassau, Bahamas, the Com-
mission was officially convened
in September 2003 and has since
produced a dozen policy papers
to inform the report to be sub-
mitted, in response to a mandate
from the Community's Heads of
Government
The Commission's mandate
includes providing "evidence of
aggregate returns to investment
in health in such areas as foreign
direct investment, tourism and
trade"; as well as to identify
"the economic consequences of
the demographic/epidemiologi-
cal changes in the Caribbean on
the health systems, their costs
and operations"; and estimate
the economic and social ben-
efits of health coverage for the


poor.
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the widest possible inputs from
various stakeholders across the
region, the Commissioners have
been blending research with con-
sultations.
Last month, they were
ready to present in draft forms
policy papers for critical exami-
nation at a two-day 'PolicS
Round-Table Consultation' in
Bailrbados,.
Participants for the Round-
Table. hosted by the PAHO Re-
gional Oftlice in Barbados. in-


cluded representatives from
health, social development,
tourism, finance, disaster man-
agement and trade sectors and
the regional media.
It was my privilege to have
been a participant and experi-
ence Sir George's performance
in the role of a no-nonsense
chairman, as he conducted the
consultation with firmness.
competence and charm, to make
maximum use of time with re-
quired emphasis on specifics.
and suggestions with the mini-
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A wide range of issues were
addressed, based on the work
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SIR GEORGE ALLYNE


ers, including connections be-
tween improved gross domestic
product and obesity: television
viewing and negative impact on
reading and family life as well
as the development of health
problems.
The under-reporting of
HIV/AIDS cases, for a region
that already has the unflattering
image of being the


second worse to be
affected in the
world, was of major
concern to the Corn-


missioners.
The causes as- Rll
sociated i ithll 'men-
tal health" in the re-
gion, with at least
tell per cent of the
overall population .
being affected at any '
one lime. would be
enlightening, especially for those
who often mistakenly confuse
this problem simply with cases
for psychiatric treatment.
Killer diseases like HIV/
AIDS, diabetes and cancer, their
contributing factors and serious
consequences for a robust and
sustained social and economic
environment, will be major as-
pects of the final report of the
Commission.
The report is to be released
after the Commission has had
the opportunity to meticu-
lously rework its draft, follow-
ing inputs received after next
month's CARICOM Heads of
Government Meeting on the
Commissioners findings and
recommendations.
Under-funding of the health
sector across the Caribbean
Community that negatively im-
pacts on various aspects of
health and development, includ-


ing the continuing exodus of
nurses to metropolitan centres;
user-fees and ability to pay for
health services: and the growing
influence of profit-oriented
health care, have been analysed
and reported on. A recurring
problem encountered by the
Commissioners in various coun-
tries was lack of relevant data.
In addressing, on behalf of
CARICOM Secretary General
Edwin Carrington, the opening
session of the Round-Table
Consultation. Assistant Secre-
tary General for Human and So-
cial Development. Edward
Greene. noted:
"The Commission is chal-
lenged to come up with findings
that would help our policy mak-
ers to comprehend several di-
mensions of the health and de-
velopment equation..."

The Mandate
Greene recalled that the
Commission was derived from
two main sources: First, the


velopment strategy.
The Sir George Alleyne-led
Commission is planning to have
a reader-friendly summary of its
findings and recommendations
to coincide with the official re-
lease of its Report on Health
and Development.
The intention is to
sensitise. as much as possible.
Caribbean people about what
they should know about this
major mandate of the
CARICOM Governments.
Members of the Commis-
sion under Sir George's leader-
ship are:
Dr Compton Bourne,
President of the Caribbean
Development Bank; Mr.
Havelock Brewster, Alterna-
tive Executive Director, Inter-
American Development
Bank; Ms. Veta Brown, Car-
ibbean Programme Coordi-
nator, PAHO/WHO; Prof.
Terrence Forrester. Director
Tropical Medical Research.
Institute of the UWI, Dr.


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'Report of the WHO Commis-
sion on Macro Economics and
Health' that provided a useful
model by placing emphasis on
financing options for health:
and.
Secondly, the recommenda-
tions resulting from the Sixth
Meeting of the Council for Hu-
man and Social Development
(COSHOD) in April 2002.
As Greene pointed out, the
work of the Commission in
many ways complements that
of the 'Futures Policy Group'
(FPG), established by the Com-
munity under the chairmanship
of Denis Benn, Michael Manley
Professor of Public Affairs/Pub-
lic Policy, University of the
West Indies (Mona).
The work of the FPG has
been affected somewhat by lack
of funding. But it remains cen-
tral to the Community's effort
to evolve a regional human de-


Greene of the Community
Secretariat: Dr James
Hospedales, Director, Carib-
bean Epidemiology Centre;
Dr Len Ishmael, Director
General .OECS Secretariat;
Dr Jeffrey Koplan, Vice
President for Academic Af-
fairs, Robert Woodruff Health
Sciences Centre, Emory Uni-
versity; Dr Stanley Lalta,
Health Economist, Jamaica
Ministry of Health; Prof.
Elsie LeFranc, Sir Arthur
Lewis Institute of Social and
Ecomomic Studies, UWI; Prof.
Clive Thomas, Director, In-
stitute of Development Stud-
ies, University of Guyana:
Prof. Karl Theodore, Head
Department of Economics
and Coordinator, Health Eco-
nomics Unit, UWI; and Sir
Dwight Venner, Governor
Eastern Caribbean Central
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GUYANA'S six Parliamentary
political parties and several
civil society organizations
have agreed to participate in
a three-day workshop on Con-
flict Transformation, a press
release from the Ethnic Rela-
tions Commission (ERC) said
yesterday.
The workshop, organised
by the ERC with support from
the United Nations Develop-
ment Programme's Social Cohe-
sion Programme, will be held at
the Ocean View Convention
Centre from January 22-24 un-
der the theme 'Exploring Ideas'.
President Bharrat Jagdeo
and Leader of the Opposition,
Mr. Robert Corbin. are to de-
liver remarks at the forum's
opening session.
Other workshop sessions
will provide for discussions of
topics such as 'What is Con-
flict'; 'An Analysis of Distrust


- its Roots and Costs'; 'Conflict
Case Studies': 'Conflict Man-
agement ''ools'; and. 'The Me-
chanics of Negotiation'.
During these sessions, the
main resource person will be
Mr. Roell' Meyer, the distin-
guished South African negotia-
tor, who served as Cabinet
Member in both the F.W, de
Klerk and Nelson Mandela gov-
ernments between 1989 and
1994.
In planning for the work-
shop, participants felt that the
process of exploration of oppor-
tunities to transform Guyunn's
conflicts from a con frontational
environment to a collaborative,
problem-solving one, holds the
best chance for the emergence of
creative ways that could help
the search tor a valid and viable
future 1'or all of Guyana's
peoples.
At the workshop, represen-


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talives fromt each ol tihe six par-
liamienlary political parties will
address the three topics 'Percep-
lions Underpinning Confllict in
Guyana', 'An Analysis of Dis-
trust'. and 'Issues and Lessoins
for Guyana and the Way IFor-
ward', Speakers represent ing
the Peoples Progressive Parly/
Civic, People's National Con=
gress Reform, Guyanan Action
Party, Rise Organise and Re-
build, Working Peoples Alliance
and The United Force will each
make a formal presentation on
their different perspectives on
conflict, distrust and division,
In four working groups of'
the political parties, these per-


captions will be complemented
by the views of the working
group representing citizens'
orgatnisations drawn from the
private sector, trade unions, re-
ligions. cultural, youth and other
organizations. It is expected that
these working group sessions
will result in an exploration of
ideas on how to resolve
Guyana'ns complex conflicts in
imauginative ways.
The ERC release defined
conflict as 'a chronic inabil-
Ity to resolve differences of
principles, beliefs and prac-
tices for which consensus is
vital to the task of building a
modern national.'


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SThe general public is hereby
notified that the deadline for
applications for the State Forest
Exploratory Permits (SFEP's)
1has been extended to
S JANUARY 31, 2005.

"Jiiames Singhl
Commissioner of Forests


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U.S.A.-based software development and
Engineering/IT professional services company
serving U.S. customers since 1996, with offices in
U.S., India and Guyana, has multiple openings in
their Guyana branch office for:
Call Centre Specialist (Marketinq)
1) Builds a suitably targeted database of prospect
companies (Pre-Sales Research): 2) Responsible
for identifying and generating new opportunities on
daily basis; 3) Cold Calls and qualifies best
business prospects from various lead sources.
Branch Administrative Support
1) Assist in recruiting local talent for various
positions in STI. Take complete responsibility of the
facilitation of interviews, hiring and other tasks
related to recruiting and employees in Guyana; 2)
Prepare contracts, letters, etc.; 3) Maintain and
support Guyana facility.
Qualifications for the Above Positions
1) Should have an BA/MA/MBA or college degree;
2) Ability to work under flexible business hours; 3)
Excellent Communication Skills.
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SUNDAY CHRONICLE January 16, 2005



Guyanese-born U.S. doctor




to help tsunami victims


From Bina Mahabir
NEW YORK: From the com-
fort of the living room in his
New York home, Guyanese-
born Dr. Robby Mahadeo saw
the heartbreaking, frighten-
ing images as they splashed
non-stop across the TV
screen.
The horrifying images were
reality to the deeply traumatised
people of the South Asian tsu-
nami-hit region. Those painful
images depicted life after the 9.0
magnitude earthquake, which sent


huge tidal waves from Malaysia
to Africa over two weeks ago.
The images were telling and
tugged at the heart-strings of
people the world over. Graphic
images of grief-stricken, injured
and hungry children and adults
as they raced to meet helicop-
ters bearing much needed medi-
cal supplies, clean drinking wa-
ter and food for their survival
deeply affected millions of
people around the globe. Thou-
sands of people have open their
hearts and wallets and donate
most generously to help the


millions of mentally and physi-
cally bruised adults and children.
Many of those children are or-
phans with nowhere to go.
Dr. Mahadeo's heart went
out to the people of the dozen
countries that were destroyed
by the tidal waves. He wants to
help alleviate at least some of
the people's pain and sufferings.
Being a doctor, he wants to help
in a much more tangible manner.
He feels that if he goes down
there, he would be able to as-
sist on a firstriata Dasis. So, lne
is heading to Sri Lanka this
weekend to lend a medical hand
to the sick and injured, particu-
larly, children. Dr. Mahadeo


counselling on


specialises in children's medi-
cine.
The Guyanese-born medical
doctor is the first from within
the West Indian Diaspora to
volunteer his services to the
tsunamis-hit region. He will
lend his support for two weeks
working to minimise the harsh
conditions under which the chil-
dren, especially now live. He


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and/or Form 3A and pay the relevant taxes not later than the fifteenth (15th) day of
the month following the end of the calendar month to which the return relates, along
with a statement and/or copies of the relevant bills.

NB: January 2005, Consumption Tax Returns must be submitted and taxes paid
on or before Tuesday 15th February, 2005.

Manufacturers are reminded that failure to submit Consumption Tax Returns and
make payments by the specified date of the month, will result in a fine of twenty five
thousand dollars ($25,000) and five thousand dollars ($5,000) for each day the
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anticipates little sleep.
"I know I would not be able
to sleep much. Actually, I'm
looking for little sleep and much
work. That's what I'm going
there for anyway to help the
children and that's what I intend
to do," he said.
His enthusiasm to render
assistance to others in need is
deeply ingrained in his make-
up. Indeed, it is an intrinsic part
of his character. He genuinely
wants to make a-ditlerince--in-
people's lives, nol onl% when
natural calamities trike
Dr. Mahadeo ha: been the
vice president of the U S *-b.'ed


a large scale
DR. ROBBY MAHADEO
Guyana Watch Inc. for seven
years. A group of volunteers
from this organisation makes
yearly trips to Guyana to ren-
der medical assistance to
Guyanese across the country.
The doctor made several visits
to his homeland over the years
with the charitable organisation.
"I've been involved with the
Guyana Watch Inc. for seven
years now and have been to
Guyana with the team of vol-
unteers for several years. We
organise medical outreach
programmes in many communi-
ties in the country." he noted.
According to Dr. Mahadeo,


when he saw the footages on TV,
and the tremendous outpouring
of support from people across
the globe, he decided to go down
to Sri Lanka to help the kids di-
rectly.
"I was just watching the TV
and I saw how this natural di-
saster has touched so many
people across the world, even


help was to go down there and
help the children firsthand," the
Guyanese doctor said.
However, it was easier said
than done.
"I called UNICEF, Doctors
without Borders and Save the
Children, but these
organizations would not help
me," he lamented, adding, "the


DR ROBBY MAHADEO.


some of the journalists began to
cry when they were reporting
the stories," he recalled.
"I saw the outpouring of
support from people around the
world. Everybody was donating
so generously. I saw the out-
pouring of support of the presi-
dent for the tsunami victims and
I feel that the best way I can


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responsibility for coordination and production of gold.
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At the moment, the children

need a lot of love, support

and caring to help them

blend back into their new

lives. I see the need for


entire process was very te-
dious."
"When you call their num-
bers, a receptionist is there who
gave you another number to call.
When you call that number, it's
a recording which instructs you
to fill out a form and then some-
one will get in touch with you."
Dr. Mahadeo was looking
at the news one day when he
saw a feature on the Sri Lankan
Buddhist Temple in Staten Is-
land. New York. The group of
monks and temple members
were busy collecting donations,
both cash and kind. from
sympathizers around the New
York Tri-State region and further
a field. He decided to call them.
As luck would have it. the
monks were extremely helpful.
Immediately, they arranged for
him to go to the Sri Lankan
Consulate in New York for a
visa, related Dr. Mahadeo.
"Then, I had to take about
five to seven vaccines," he
stated.
That was standard proce-
dure, he said, and especially
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Guyanese-born U.S. doctor...


(From page eight)

with the post-tsunami disease
threat that is looming over the
South Asian region, it is critical
for everyone who is going to
help in the region to be prop-
erly vaccinated.
Dr. Mahadeo is bearing the
financial burden of this trip to
the tsunami-devastated country.
"I'm funding the entire trip,
including airfares and other ex-
penditures" he revealed.
Dr. Mahadeo said that the
New York Buddhist Temple has
arranged for a local doctor to
pick him up at Colombo Inter-
national Airport in Colombo,
the capital of Sri Lanka. Soon
after, he hopes to join other US
doctors in the country and those
from other parts of the world to
help the Sri Lankan children.
"I'll start in Colombo. and
then move out to outlying ar-
eas," he said.
Though the doctor is not
collecting private donations to
take with him on his first trip,
he has been stocking up on
medical supplies, toys, candies
and glow in the dark sticks for
the Sri Lankan children.
The decision to take toys
and candies for the children was
not a hard one for him to make.
Dr. Mahadeo has been dealing
with children for more than 15
years now. hence he knows the
secret to keep them happy.
The tsunami-hit children
"went through a deeply trau-
matic experience", he added,
therefore, special care should be
taken to bring them back to a
semblance of normalcy in their
daily lives.
Also. many of these chil-
dren have lost both parents or
in many instances, close rela-


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tives and extended families dur-
ing the tsunami onslaught. In
short, they have become "ex-
pressionless orphans" in just a
split second, with no place to
call their home. This is an un-
imaginable natural phenomenon

Children affected by the Tsi





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for the children. It has robbed
them of the opportunity to
grow up in a normal environ-
ment with loved ones. In es-
sence. these children have be-
come "stoic" and emotionless,
noted Dr. Mahadeo.
"At the moment, the chil-
dren need a lot of love, support
and caring to help them blend
back into their new lives. I see
the need for counselling on a
large scale," he said, adding that
their lives have changed dramati-
call)' without any warnings,
hence they will have to adapt to
their new surroundings.
That adjustment calls for a
lot of patience, understanding


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and love from the adults who are
helping these children, he re-
lated.
"Counselling is needed right
away and this should be on a
long-term basis," he continued,
as those children are in dire need


the human warmth a smile, a
hug or words of encouragement
would go along way.
Sri Lanka, Indonesia. India


and Thailand are among the ar-
eas worst-hit by the December
26 tsunami where the extent of
damages are still not clear. The
Sri Lankan authority has re-
ported that the death toll has
risen to more than 30,000; the
number of miss-
ing has jumped to
more than 6,000
and another
15,000 have sus-
tained injuries
during the disas-
ter. The number
of displaced
people has
topped 480,000,
many of whom
have returned to
their houses that
were badly dam-
aged.
Dr. Mahadeo
grew up in
Georgetown and
is an old school
boy of Rama
Krishna School
and St. Joseph
High School in
Guyana. He mi-
grated more than 24 years ago
with his family. He studied at
Queens College. CUNY. moved
on to SUNY tState University


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of New York) and then to
Downstate Medical School in
Manhattan. During his three-
year residency at Long Island
Jewish Hospital, New York, he
specialised in pediatrics. He did
an additional Fellowship
Programme for two years at
Bellevue Hospital.
Dr. Mahadeo not only prac-
tices; he teaches it as well. He
has been attached to Mount
Sinai Hospital for the past five
years where he is an Assistant
Professor.
In Queens, New York, Dr.
Mahadeo owns and operates
two medical offices, one on the
bustling Liberty Avenue and the
other on Hillside Avenue. A col-
league will run his offices while
he is away. He also owns a res-
taurant which is called 'Da
Circle', located on Liberty Av-
enue.
He is the father of a two-
year-old girl and a three-week-
old baby boy who he is leaving


behind with his wife. While his
family is happy that he is go-
ing to help the children in Sri
Lanka, he said that they are
more concerned about his safety.
Asked what he is expecting
when he arrives in Sri Lanka, the
doctor replied: "I'm expecting to
be overwhelmed when I arrive
there," he added with a smile.
While there, he plans to take
a lot of pictures and footage to
bring back to New York in or-
der to solicit more help for the
Sri Lankan children. He also
plans to keep in touch with at
least one orphanage on a long-
term basis.
He said that he is prepared
for his trip to Sri Lanka, since
he is a thoroughly trained emer-
gency doctor who has experi-
enced worst case scenarios on a
firsthand basis in the operating
room.
"I think that I'm pre-
pared," he said with one of his
trademark smiles.


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number of scholarships at the postgraduate level for the 2005/2006 academic year in Indonesia,

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons to pursue studies in the following priority
fields:-

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Please note that applicants must have obtained their Bachelor's Degree within the last five years
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iechlloiloyv has led to ihe reerrced to recent natural


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DIEPUT'lY Secretary.-Geneiral of'
ht.I' 'arllbbean Community
(CARlIt'OM), Ms. Lolita
Applewatithe has said that thel
region recognizes that the
creation of a CARICOM
Single Market and Economy
can be better achieved by
Inl'orilation andi
Communications "Technology
(ICT).
She staid ii can enhanced
c.onpeitiveness in services and
seiz/e the opporttanities offered
by H-Comtmilurcce especially for
Small and Medium-siz.c
Enterprises (SMEs), including the
micro-firms which represent a
critical parl of the traditional
business structe ire of the region,
I ler outlook cainme Wednesday
alt tle CARICOM regional
stakeholders initial meeting olf the
World Summit on lthe information
Society (WSIS) at the secretariat's
headquarters in Georgetown.
Applewaitlhe declared:
"Today, we take y'et another step
towards including the region as at
full pariciipamn and player in the
global information society,
However, ev\ein as we do so, we
are mindful that technology is
iletrel at aresoutre it Iust be
placed alt he service of society,"
She added lhatl the global
economy is making a swift'
transition Iromi nl industrialized to
an inftormnaion society, as digital


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increasing use of the ie ineriet and
electronic' commerce, atmtonlg
other areas.
The developments in
electronics have been
underpinned by technological
progress and globalisation, and
have led to cheaper access,
storage and transmission of
information, which is the key
resource of the digital economy,
Applewaithe added.
However, she cautioned
that technology is only a1
resouLrce and as such must be
used to enhance the lives of
people,
"People are the centre of
development and must be the
beneficiaries of technological
development."
Applewaithe said the goal
of CARICOM is to adopt a
culture which embraces
information and communications
technologies as at catalyst for
development so is to create a
Caribbean information society.
She noted that the meeting
was being held at a critical time
- "on tIhe brink of the
CARICOM Single Market and
Economy (CSME)" and less
than a year away from the WSIS
scheduled meeting in November
this year,
Grenada's representative at
the meeting, Mr. Paul Hughes,


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disasters, saying these show
that "we are only tenants on this
planet" and urged the use of
technology to help prepare for
such calamities, as these cannot
be prevented.
"ICT should be a priority
of every state in the Caribbean."
lie said. noting that with an ICT
plan. no one will be left alone
when natural disasters occur.
Hughes reiterated and
called for support for the
implementation of an ICT
strategy.
The meeting last week was
convened to receive and
determine a strategic response
to activities leading up to WSIS.
The WSIS is being held in
two phases the first was
hosted by the Swiss
government in Geneva in
December 2003 and addressed
the broad theme issues and
adopted a declaration of
Principles and a Plan of Action.
The second phase will be
the summit in Tunisia in
November where efforts will be
made to put the adopted Plan
of Action into motion.
Working groups have
been established to find
solutions and reach
agreements in the fields of
Internet governance and
financing mechanisms.





SUNDAY CHRONICLE, January 16, 2004 1





Media Access

-Weekly viewpoint by Robert Persaud


TODAY, there is a
proliferation of media
outlets, print and electronic,
in Guyana. About 23
television stations (only one
is state-owned), three daily
newspapers (here, too, only
one state-owned), two
weekend newspapers and a
plethora of journals and other
publications. These outlets
are located across the
country's ten administrative
regions, including the
hinterland areas. The
blossoming that has taken
place is of revolutionary
proportion when compared
with where Guyana was just
over a decade ago. In those
days, the State maintained a
tight and oppressive grip on
media activities. The small
private media, then, were an
endangered species.
Guyana has moved from a
situation from when the State
nearly totally dominated the
media landscape to where it now
accounts for less than about 10
per cent of the total media
capacity in the country. The
private media continue to grow
at an aggressive pace without
any hindrance from the State.
The PPP/C oversaw the
dismantling of a mammoth State
media presence and has given
way to a behemoth private
media apparatus. This
represents a commitment to a
free media.


Any democracy depends on
people having access to the
media to express their opinions
and concerns on various
subjects. This includes
Government, Opposition and
the wider society, including a
sugar worker or a gold miner.
The media no longer, as
obtained during the pre-1992
era, have to be afraid to carry
the views of the Opposition.
On many of the television
stations, there are numerous
talk-show and call-in
programmes with active viewer
participation. There are about a
dozen newscasts which cover
events, issues and views of all
shades. Even an opposition
party leader has his own
television station. The
newspapers all have letter pages
and opinion columns. Access to
the media today is
unprecedented.
Recently, there have been
the renewed, unfounded claims
of the main opposition party of
not having access to the State-
owned media outlets NCN and
the Guyana Chronicle. This, the
opposition contends, conflicts
with the agreement reached
between President Bharrat
Jagdeo and the Leader of the
Opposition, Mr. Robert Corbin.
Those in the Opposition have
been deliberately
misrepresenting the situation
from two angles.
Falsehood Number 1 No


access to the state media: Any
reader or viewer of either the
Guyana Chronicle or NCN
would confirm the frequent
appearances of the PNCR and
its leaders in/on these outlets.
For example, Mr. Corbin
himself over the past week
made several lengthy television
appearances on NCN. But in
addition to this, the main
opposition has easier and wider
access to the private media than
the Government in some
instances. This is no
exaggeration. HBTV 9, VCT.
CNS 6, HGTV and WRHM are
either owned or operated by
individuals who do not mask
their support for the main
opposition and their resentment
of the PPP/C administration.
And the opposition's easy
access to the other electronic
media houses can be viewed
daily. The PNCR is treated, in
many instances, better than the
Government in terms of length
and prominence of coverage in
the private daily newspapers. If
there is anyone disadvantaged
by lack of access to the media.
it is the Government and the
PPP. The opposition PNCR has
no grounds to stand on when it
claims lack of access to the state
media or the media as a whole.
Falsehood Number 2 -
There is an agreement for
the PNCR and Government
to have equal access to the
State media. The May 6,


THE SUGAR INDUSTRY LABOUR WELFARE FUND COMMITTEE



VACAN CY

The Sugar Industry Labour Welfare Fund Committee is in
search of an:



ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Administrative Manager would be responsible for the overall
Management of SILWFC, its human and financial resources by utilizing
the appropriate business processes and tools to effectively achieve its
goals and objectives.
REQUIREMENTS
The incumbent should possess a Bachelor's Degree in either Public
Management, Management, Economics, Accountancy or any other
social sciences degree from a recognized University and a minimum of
three years. -relevant experience with a large or medium sized
organization.
or
A diploma in any of the above fields and five years relevant experience or
any other equivalent qualifications.
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REMUNERATION
Salary and fringe benefits,
experience.'


commensurate with qualifications and


Please submit application with copies of academic certificates to the
Chairman of SILWFC.c/o Ministry of Labour, 82 Brickdam, Georgetown
on or before 28 January, 2005.
M:A. Akeel, A.A.
Chairman-of SILWFC.


2003 communique signed
between the President and
the Leader of the Opposition
is pellucid on the issue:
Equitable'access (based on
Pa rl i a m e n t a r y
representation) to the state-
owned media by all
Parliamentary parties (as
distinct from Government)
would be instituted without
undue delay). And on
September 17, 2003, the
Follow-Up Statement issued
in the wake of discussions
between the President and
the Leader of the Opposition
stated: The representatives of
the President and the Leader
of the Opposition will meet
on Wednesday 2003
September 17 to consider
both their proposals for giving
effect to the commitment for
equitable access by political


MR. ROBERT PERSAUD


parties (as distinct from
Government) to the State
media. Any agreement on
access to the State media
would be for the
Parliamentary parties,


meaning the PPP would
receive an allocation and so
too would the PNCR, TUF,
(Please turn
to page 15)


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INVITATION FOR BIDS

The Government of Guyana has received a loan from the Inter-American Development
Bank (IDB) towards the execution of SIMAP III Operations. It is intended that such
funds be applied for payment of contracts for projects undertaken by SIMAP Agency.

1. SIMAP Agency, now invites sealed bids forfurnishing the necessary
labour, materials, equipment and services forthe construction and
completion of the following projects:-
i) Rehabilitation of Ocean Garden Area'D' Residential Road Region 3
ii) Rehabilitation of Enterprise Block 8 Road Region 4
iii) Rehabilitation of #22 Bel Air Residential Road Region 5
iv) Rehabilitation of Experiment/Mara Road Region 6
2. Interested bidders can obtain further information and inspect the
bidding documents at SIMAP Agency, 237 Camp Street,
Georgetown, Tel: 227-3554 (Contracts Department).
3. Bids from a Firm/Company must attach a copy of the business
registration. Mandatory submissions include valid Tax and NIS
Compliance Certificates. Careful attention must be paid to the
Evaluation Criteria in the tender documents.
4. The cost of the bidding document is as follows:
a) Items i) and ii) above is (G$5,000 each)
b) Items iii) and iv) above is (G$10,000 each)
Payment can be made in cash or by Manager's cheque in favour of
SIMAPAgency.
5. Bids must be accompanied by a Bid Bond of not less than ?% of the
bid sum. The Bid Bond must be in the form of a Manager's cheque.
in favour of SIMAP Agency OR a Bond/Guarantee from a
Commercial Bank/Financial House/Insurance Company using the
form supplied by SIMAR Personal chequeswill not be accepted.
6. Bids must be appropriately marked and deliveredto SIMAP Agency'
Tender Box, at SIMAP Agency,237 Camip Street, Cummingsburg,
Georgetown on or before 14:00 hrs on Monday, February 7,2005
at whichtime they will be opened in the presence of the
bidders/representatives.
7. SIMAP reserves the rightto reject the lowest or any bid and is not
obligatedto give any reasonss.


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
SIMAP AGENCY


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The Guyana Democratic Consolidation and Conflict Resolution
(GDCCR) Project- a U.S. Agency for International Development in
Guyana (USAID/Guyana) funded project, is inviting Civil Society, Non-
Governmental Organizations and Institutions working with communities
across Guyana, to submit applications for grant funding.
The objective of this undertaking is to build the capacity and credibility of
CSO's to make meaningful contributions to policy-making at all levels.
The GDCCR project is committed to working with national and sub
national CSO's which have the will, commitment and reputation to
support investment in their development as sustainable national and
regional umbrella organizations.
In the initial funding cycle, a set of criterion have been established for
CSO's as a standard for consideration, these include a wide geographic
scope of activities, focus on governance, advocacy, building the capacity
of communities and increasing self-reliance and sustainability after project,
funding has ended.
Deadline for the receipt of applications is the 7"' February, 2005.
To apply or to receive additional information, please contact:
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SUNDAY CHRONICLE Janua r 16, 2005 .13


i At Mauritius conference



Caribbean urges more support for small states


'Continued commitment of the SIDS
political leadership, and the full
engagement of their populations in this
global campaign for their sustainable
development and thus their very future as
well as that of the entire international
community, is indispensable if we are to
come to grips with breaking the
stranglehold of the development
constraints faced by SIDS.'
CARICOM SECRETARY GENERAL.
DR. EDWIN CARRINGTON


The Caribbean Community
(CARICOM) has issued a
call for greater economic and
political support to help small
countries build their capacity
to overcome the economic, so-
cial and environmental
threats they face because of
their size, location and the
external conditions.
The case was made un-
equivocally when the Secretary-
General of CARICOM, Dr.
Edwin Carrington delivered a
statement to the United Na-
tions International Meeting to
Review the Barbados
Programme of Action (BPoA)
for the Sustainable Develop-
ment of Small Island Develop-
ing States (SIDS), which ended
in Mauritius on Friday.
Among the recommenda-
tions Carrington proposed
were:
A commitment by the in-
ternational community to con-
front the underlying causes of
climate change and sea-level rise;
Policy and operational
changes to ensure that multilat-


eral trade policy enable strong
growth in SIDS and
The provision of the re-
sources needed to implement the
agreed development measures.
According to the
CARICOM Secretariat,
Carrington made a call at the
High Level Segment of the meet-
ing on Friday for exemptions for
small countries from the oner-
ous obligations of some interna-
tional agreements or, alterna-
tively, for the provision of re-
sources to facilitate the meeting
of those obligations with devel-
opment aid focusing on youth
and women, as part of a broader


human resource development
strategy.
"Continued commitment of
the SIDS political leadership,
and the full engagement of their
populations in this global cam-
paign for their sustainable de-
velopment and thus their very
future as well as that of the en-
tire international community, is
indispensable if we are to come


to grips with breaking the
stranglehold of the development
constraints faced by SIDS," the
Secretary-General noted.
These actions, he pointed
out, were required urgently
against the background of evi-
dence that the economic, envi-
ronmental and social conditions
and resilience of SIDS in the
Caribbean and elsewhere have


weakened in the 1990s.
Intensified competition
from global trade liberalisation,
deteriorating market access con-
ditions and adverse movements
in the commodity terms of
trade, he said, have led to sig-
nificantly weakened export ca-
pacity, rising trade deficits, and

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The Institute of Distance & Continuing Education (IDCE)

Announces the Commencement of the

Certificate Course in Tourism and Hospitality

on Monday, January 31, 2005

Registration forms and further details could be
obtained from

The IDCE Office
Flat 5
Queen's College Compound
Camp Road
Georgetown

Tel#: 225-1488; 222-3356; 227-0407; 223-7491


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Caribbean urges more... 4


(From page 13)

increased economic vulner-
ability in the region. He pointed
out that while CARICOM, up
to the mid 1980s was a net
food-exporting region, it is now
a net food importer.
The Secretary-General said:
"For CARICOM SIDS, for ex-
ample. the unit value of 7 of
their 11 most important exports
fell between 1995 and 2000: For
5 of these exports, the decline
was by more than 25 per cent.
The trade deficit increased from
US$1.2 billion in 1994 to
US$3.4 billion in 2001."
He noted that this was in
keeping with a general trend
among SIDS, which up to 15
years ago, were self reliant in
food but today face a food se-
curity problem leaving more
than half of them either as net
food importers or as low income
food deficit countries.
On the social side, the
CARICOM official said vulner-
ability in the Caribbean has also
increased due to_persistent
poverty, increasing health


threats such as HIV/AIDS, the
loss of trained and experienced
professionals to developed
countries, drug trafficking and
use, and crime exacerbated by
some developed countries de-
porting to the region hardened
criminals, many of whom have
very little links to the Caribbean.
In the area of the environ-
ment, he noted that climate
change has been evidenced by
more intense droughts and fre-
quent and stronger hurricanes,
which have impacted virtually
every Caribbean State. He high-
lighted the case of Grenada,
where he pointed out that the
destruction was "near total."
Noting that despite adverse
conditions, the region mainly
through its own efforts, has reg-
istered significant progress, Mr.
Carrington said most SIDS in the
Caribbean have resolved to pur-
sue their development and the
implementation of the BPoA
through intensified regional co-
operation and integration as
seen, for example, through the
CARICOM Single Market and
Economy (CSME) and the es=-


tablishment of new Regional in-
stitutions dealing with climate
change, and fisheries.
Culture, the Secretary-Gen-
eral added, was critical in the
sustainable development equa-
tion for small states.
"Caribbean SIDS also
recognize the role of culture
and cultural industries in de-
velopment, and the potential
of culture to build resilience
in the face of certain dra-
matic changes and powerful
intrusions of the global soci-
ety. The forging of greater
partnerships among Carib-
bean peoples at home and in
the Diaspora as well as al-
liances with the rest of the
world is important in enhanc-
ing that resilience. We there-
fore support the call in this
meeting, for a greater role for
culture in sustainable devel-
opment strategies and for the
strengthening of the interna-
tional system to assist SIDS
in the preservation of their
cultural heritage and the de-
velopment of their cultural
industries," Carrington said.


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INVITATION TO TENDER

CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR BUILDING PROJECTS

Tenders are invited from suitably qualified Building Consultants to undertake and complete
Consultancy Services for Building Works for the Ministry of Home Affairs 2005.

The services to be provided include preparation of Drawings and Bills of Quantities as well as
Supervision of Building Works.

Tenderers are required to quote a percentage cost, which must cover traveling expenses and all other
reimbursables.

Tender Documents relative to the above may be purchased from the Cashier, Ministry 'of Home Affairs,
Brickdam, Georgetown for a non-refundable fee of one thousand five hundred ($1,500.00) dollars
during normal working hours.

Tenderers are required to submit their bids with the following:

a. A Valid Compliance Certificate from the Commissioner General, Guyana Revenue Authority.

b. A Valid Compliance Certificate from the General Manager, National Insurance Scheme (NIS).

c. A list of Projects for which Tenderer had provided Consultancy Services in the past, the value of
each Project and the name of the Agency associated with each Project, for which Consultancy
Service had been provided.

Failure to supply the requirements at (a) to (c) above will result in the Tender being deemed as
non-responsive.

Tenders must be placed in sealed envelopes bearing no identification of the Tenderer on tie outside
.and must be clearly marked on the top right hand corners, 'Consultancy Services, Ministry of Home
.Affairs.' The envelopes shlpld be addressed to:

The Chairman
: .. .- atiolouiBoard of Procurement and Tender Administration -
... .... i.- - Ministry of Finance
m '-wt Main and Urquhart Streets ... ;- .'
-GEORGETOWN. 4"- -

Tenders mustlbeubmi aboveaddress not later than 0900 hours on Tuesday 8th Februhry
2 0 0 5 . I'.:.,; I I "

-Tndere sWll hom on Tuesday 8th February 2005 and Terndeer onr their,
,-uthor-e0 .. to observe the opening of Tenders at the. Ministpiyof .-


.The Ministry of bind itself to accept the lowest or any other Tender. -

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Ministry of Home Affaif -, :
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ground in East LaPenitence yesterday.


THE SUGAR INDUSTRY LABOUR WELFARE FUND COMMITTEE



VACAN CY




ACCOUNTANT


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

To manage the Central Accounting Unit of the Agency. Be
responsible for all the Accounting procedures and regulations
pertaining to the Agency.

QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE

The incumbent must have a Diploma in Accounting or Finance
from a recognized University or other equivalent qualifications
o, plus a working knowledge of ComputerAccounting, Excel aL wo
years experience working in the Accounting Field. -.

aWla jMERATION M -, -

alary and fringe benefits, commensurate with quahificati
experience. .. .

il' lnit application with copies of Academic-Geri
M an of SILWFC c/o Ministry of Labour. 82"B
p .,'pgtoyvn on br before 28 January; 2005 -

SM.A.Akeel,A.A. '
Chairman -SILWFC .. .............*


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From January 15th to February 5th 2005


VACANC EAS
Privately owned Import/Export Registered
'Company Centrally located in Georgetown has
vacancies for the following positions:
1. (1) Receptionist
2. (2) Data Entry/Accounts Clerks
3. (1) Driver-Car/Pick-Up Vehicles
Requirements for Positions 1 & 2:
1. At least 3 subjects CXC/GCE inclusive of English
Language & Mathematics. .
2. Computer proficiency in Microsoft Applications,.
3. Previous experience in a similar position would be
an asset.
Requirements for Position 3
, 1. Valid Driver's Licence I
2. Minimum (3) years experience
Benefits:
Attractive salary and allowances incl, Travel, medical,
uniforms, etc.
Hand written applications should be addressed
to:
The Personnel Manager
P.O.Box
12185 Georgetown
Closing date for applications January 31s, 2005.


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SAIDAD Guyana HIV/AIDS
Redution and.Preventiont (GHARP) Prje t
A Joint Government of Guyana "U.S. Government Project

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT


USAID Guyana HIVIAIDS Reduction and Prevention (GHARP) Project (A Joint Government of Guyana U.S Government
SProject) invites applications from suitably qualified persons to fill the positions of: '
uiFaith Based Program Officer ,.. ;
To help address the muld-faceted issues confronting the society in the context of HIV/AIDS epidemic and to encourage-!
an integrated approach to the HIVIAIDS epidemr.c among faith based organizations
MINIMUM RECRUITMENT STANDARDS:
First degree in Social Sciences or the Humanities and experience in project management. Knowledge of HIV/AIDS
essential. Sensitivity to cultural differences and understanding of the political and ethical issues surrounding HIV
infections. Knowledge of French and/or Spanish will be an asset .
OFinance Manager . .
To assume primary responsibility for the..accounting function in USAID GHARP office and to ensr compliance with ::.
the contractual financial requirements of USAl'xidits contracting agency.
MINIMUM RECRUITMENT STANDARDS


University degree in Accounting, Finance or Business: ..
Administration or its recognized equivalent CPA, ACA, .
ICAN and five years experience in accounting related
to NGOs and community level'programs and the use of
MTX double entry accounting system and Excel... ... .
Experience with USAID funded programs '. -. .
MESSENGERIDRIVER. . .
Will be responsible for completing, driving assignments, for clearing and'delivering mail and parcels and for operating
office machines. ., . ....:
MINIMUM RECRUITMENT STANDARDS
Minimum of at least a sound secondary school education and five (5) years driving experience and one (1) year
experience in basic practice. Must be capable of understanding proper record keeping.


All positions are contractual for one (1) year and renewable for up to four (4) years


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Applications must include the name, address ahd contact number of af least two (2) referees, one (1) from a community iiember
and or former employers as to fitness for the position ., '. ... :
Please send.applications to the PROGRAM ASSISTANT, USAID GHARP Project, "3 FRlor, 44 High Street, Kingston,
Georgetown, no later than January 20, 2005 at 16.30 hrs .
Please mark the position applied, for on the top, left-hand corner of the envelope. Job descriptions can be uplifted at the above
address.
USAID/GHARP IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
ONLY SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED. NO TELEPHONE CALLS PLEASE.
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Media Access
(From page 11)
GAP-WPA and ROAR. Further, the amount of time would
be based on parliamentary representation: the PPP would
receive the largest time slot. followed by the PNCR, GAP-
WPA and TUF and ROAR. Time allocated would not be in
ratio to what. the Govprnment uses on the State media to
further national policies, programmes and projects. It must
be pointed out that at the tinme, when the PNCR aborted
the construclive, engagement process there was NO
agreement on the allocation of time. But even in the
absence 'of. an agreement,, (lhe opposition parliamentary
parties have had access to the State' media. Also, there have
been instances when invitations sent to the Opposition by
the Stale' media, for participation in discussions on
important public policy issues, were ignored.
With the impending restart. o political dialogue
between the Government and the Opposition, it serves no
good purpose for any side to misrepresent the letter and
spirit, of discussions and agreements previously reached
between the two sides. And according to the President's new
proposed format for the dialogue shifting it to the National
Assembly. there will be less room for distortions and warped
analyses of these very important deliberations.













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SUNDAY CHRONICLE January 16, 2005 17


American man



finds happiness



through Krishna



Consciousness


By Jasminee Sahoye
HE SAID he was yearning for
happiness and so a friend at
the University of California,
Los Angeles, where he was
studying Sociology and Eco-
nomics, led him to discover
happiness.
At the age of 20, Dane
Holtzman's friend, who was a
member of the International So-
ciety for Krishna Consciousness
(ISKCON) explained the phi-.
losophy of Krishna Conscious-'
ness and that led him in search

I was looking f


ment and Education as well as
inaugural president of Rupanuga
Vedic College (RVC) in Kansas
City, Missouri and RVC-Eu-
rope in Athens, Greece.
Holtzman met the founder
of Krishna Consciousness, A.C.
Bhaktivedanta Swami
Prabhupada in June 1970 and
received his initiation in Febru-
ary the next year. Later that
year, he was appointed temple
president of the Portland,
Oregan branch.
Holtzman has since changed
his name to Danavir Goswami


ment at Santa Cruz.
"I was an athlete, my father
was a champion (volleyball) and
I was also a champion since I
started very young. I was also
a singer and I had a band. We
(the band) performed in night-
clubs and in Hollywood and I
did what every average Ameri-
can did."
When asked how he was
able to manage the transforma-
tion from the background he
came from to that of being in-
volved in devotion, Goswami,
as he prefers to be called, said
it was not very difficult.
"When I joined. ISKCON,
the devotees were so happy and
peaceful, the food was so good,
the spiritual food that it made
an easy transition for me. I was
able to make the transition quite
easily," Goswami said.
Since his involvement in
Krishna Consciousness, this de-
vout devotee said he is now in-
volved in chanting and dancing.
"Chanting and dancing took
the place of sports and chant-
ing took the place of being in the
band also because we all love to
sing and exercise to keep in good
condition, so nothing is really
lost, it's just replaced with
something better," Goswami
said with a wide grin. "Since I
was studying in the University,
I am now studying Prabhupada's
books, the Vedas and I teach
them, so I am very happy with
the knowledge, I am stress
free."
ISKCON has brought to-
gether people of all races, reli-
gion and ethnic background, the
learned philosopher said, "The
body may be different but the
soul is not different, we are in
unity, we are all brothers and
sisters with one father, that is
Krislhna."


Danavir Goswami holding a staff known as the 'Sri Danda',
a symbol of someone who has renounced the material
world and is engaged in using his mind, body and words
in Krishna service. (pictures by Mike Norville ) *


and eternal

for happiness.
"I was looking for happi-
ness, but material happiness is
limited and temporary, spiritual
happiness is unlimited and eter-
nal," Holtzman told the
Chronicle.
He said when he decided to
join ISKON, his family had dif-
ficulties accepting the change,
noting "my family was devas-
tated, because it was a big
shock," he said with a chuckle.
"But eventually the got used to
it."
At age 55, he is an active
monk, travelling the world to
spread the teachings of Krishna
Consciousness and currently
serves as the ISKCON Global
Director of Monastic Recruit-


Danavir Goswami

and is visiting Guyana for the
first time through an invitation
from the local body.
"I am here to talk about
Krishna, try to inspire people
to become more enthusiastic
about Krishna consciousness
and as a Sanyaasi, it is my duty
to travel and spread the word
and message of Krishna,"
Holtzman said.
Prior to joining ISKCON,
he was an athlete and excelled
in the sport of indoor volleyball.
Because of his outstanding per-
formance, he was selected the
'Most Valuable Player of 1970
by the National Collegiate Ath-
letics Association (NCAA). He
also won the international two-
man beach volleyball tourna-


For persons who wish t(
find happiness as Holtzman, h(
said "nobody will be completely,
happy about material pursuits
even if one gets a lot of money
we see so many rich people, s,
many famous people, they als
are not happy, they are als
frustrated because the soul i
yearning for Krishna,....he wil
make us happy."
But what makes one happs
in Krishna Consciousness. Thi:
question was put to Goswami.
"Krishna is the supreme(
loveable object, so we can actu
ally give our love to Krishn;
and he reciprocates. Here in th'
material world, we are trying t(
love each other but none of u
are capable of receiving pur.
love nor is any of us able to givi
pure love to any material per
sons," he said.
Goswami earned the
Bhakti-sastri and Bhakti
vaibhava degrees from ISKOI
and his Masters and Doctora
degrees in Vaisnava Philoso
phy and Vaisnava Administra
tion in 1996 from the Florid.
Vedic Coliege. He has taugh
courses in five major universe
ties, lectured at over 100 col
leges and many diverse reli
gious institutions, and ap
peared on numerous TV an(
radio talk shows.
Danavir Goswami is the
author of .Fortunate Souls
His Divine Grace, Change o
Heart, Vedic Cosmology, Th.
Ultimate system of Self Inm
provement- Bright Side, hi
latest publication, Brail
Drain, RVC Prospectus. Hi
also served as co-author/edi
tor of Vedic Paradigm, Diks:
Diksa, Poison Antidote
Uttama Sloka, I
Attacked...I'll Chant Harn
Krishna, Pcoket Templi
Song Book, and seven vol
umes of Vaisnava Societ:
Journal.


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The distribution of the 2005 Old Age Pension coupon booklets shall commence on the following dates, time and 'locations listed below.
Please walk with your old coupon booklet and I.D or Passport to uplift your 2005 coupon booklet.


Schedule of Distribution of 2005


Region 2

Date

05.01.17&24


05.01.18



05.01.19


Time

8:00am


7:00am to.
11:30am


7:00am to
11:00am


05.01.20 8:00am

05.01.21 7:00am to
10:00am.
10:30 to.
1:30pm.
2:00pm to
4:30pin

05.01.25 8:00am

05.01.26

05.01.27

05.01.28

Region 3 LW.C.D

05.01.17 &.18 8:30am-

05.0118,19 & 20. -do-
". -do-


05.01 18,19 & 20 8.30am :

05.01.19 & 20 8-30am

05.01.24 8:30am
-do-
: do-

05.01.31 8:30am
-do-
do-

Wakenaam

05.01.26 10:00am.


05.01.26 10:00am:

S05.01.27 9:00am'

05.01.27 1.:00pm.

05.01.28 800am..

.Upper West Coast Demerara

05.01.17,19,24&27 830am


05.01.17;19,22,24.318.30am

05.01.17,20,26 8:30am

05.01:18,20.25&28 8 30am

.05.01.18 & 26' 8:30am

05.01.18 & 28 8:30am'

05.01.19,20,27&31 8:30am .


Centre Village .. ,

Charity Ext. center New Rd. & Pomeroon '
Anna Regina Office Mainstay, Henrietta

Danielstown Youth Center La Belle Alliance to W/Castle '
Dartmouth Village Office H/Court to S/Burks ,
Richmond Old Nursery School Henrietta

Taymouth Manor Primary 3 Friends
Queenstown Village Office Capoey Creek
Golden Fleece A/dale

Suddie Primary School J.C. to R/Town

Supenaam Amerindian Hostel Bathaney to S/Gdn


Aurora Youth Centre


.Vilvoorden


Huis't Dieren Primary School M/Ser to Pomona


Upper Pomeroon River

Lower Pomeroon River

Lake Areas

Anna Regina Office



Parika Marketing Centre

Tuschen Post Office
Meten-Meer-Zorg
(Red Spot Road)

Uitvlugt Community Centre

Kamal's Residence

Parika Marketing Centre
Meten Meer Zorg.
Uitvlugt Community Centi

Parika Marketing Centre
Tuschen Post Office
Meten-Meer-Zorg
(Red Spot Road)


M/Slay, T/Cuma. Capoey '. .

Mashabo, Bney,



'EntirePatika to G/Wick Park .

Zeelugl to Philadelphia

De Wdlem to De Kden. ., .

Uilvlugt to Zeeburg.

Good Hope,'E/Bank Esseq

Panka

re Uilvlugl'

Parika
Tusche


Health Center Out Post -
Maria's Pleasure

Health Centre Zeelandia

Belle Plain (Panna.Rum Shop)

Noitgedacht Health Center .' .. "

Magistrate Court



Ministry of Education V/Hoop.P/royen
Resource Center , : .

Stewartville Village Office .' SNille, Leonora

Terry'Foo's Residence .Best Village

Paraig Sukhai's Residence 'Anna Catherina

Veterian's Hall Entire Crane

Den Amstel Village Office Den Amstel, Hague

Windsor Forest Health Centre


Old Age Pension Booklets '
* West Bank Derierara and Leguan

Date : .. :.' Time .,: Centre. Village

05,01.17&8.:, 8 303m Good Intent N,D.C Office" Sseisters Belle Vue ,..

05.01.19. ': 8 30arri Bagotville N D C O. ',ce i Nsmes

05.01,18'; 303m Patentia (Pandit esidence) : les; Viv La Force

05.01.31 Vreed-eri'Hoop'Office ' Goed Fortuin

05.01.19 &24 8:30am Canal #2 N.D.C Entire Canal #2

05.01.26 8:30am Mr. H. Alli's Residence Ind St Grange .

05.01.25:, 8:30am Canal #1 Dispensary .Entire Village

05.01.26 8:30am Inner Stanleytown Library Stahlbytown Are ': ::

05.01.25 8:30am -Goed Fqrtuin Village Office Versailles Area

05.01.28 9:00am Mr. Kuidip's Residehcei, Soesdyke

Leguan .

'05.01.21 12:00pm Success Primary Schopl ..

05.01.21 8:30am Shanta's Residence , ... ::.:

05.01.22 '1:00pm Seegobin's Residence "

Region 4 Georgetown (Block I): Residents of Kitty and Subryanville

05-01-17&, 08:00 am Holy Rosary Catholic Church
14:30 hrs David St Kitty


.05-01-19&20 08:00am-. Kitty PostOffice
S:, .4:30.h rs.

Residents of Newtown and Bel Air

05-01-22- :0 am St Winifred Secondary School .
14 30 hrs

SResidents ofCMille, Sophia and Lamaha Gardens

05-01-24- 0800 am Camplown Youth Centre CVille
14:30'hrs

05-01-25' 08:00 am- -do- .
1 4:30 hrs .. ,

05-01-26. 08:00 am- -do -
.14:30 hrs

Residents of Bel Air Village, Belvoir Court, Atlantic Ville, Turkeyen, C)lodge and Blygezight

05-01-29 08:00 am-.. Bel Air PrimarySclhool
.. :: 14:30 hrs : '' '' . ..

Block ,

Residents of Werk-en-Rust, Stabroek and Chadrestown

05-01-17 to 20 :830 am Carnegie School of Home Economic
2:00pm .. ... ,,

05-01-24 to 28' 06830 am Carhegie School of Home Economic ,.
2:00:pm

05-01-31 08'30 am- Carnegie School of Home Economic :
0 .. pm: .

Residents of Alberttown

05-01-17 to 20 08:30 am Guyana Congregation Union
2:00 pm

05-01-24 to 28 08:30 am do-
: 2:00 pm
05-01-31. 08:30 am -do-
2:00 pm


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SIIMNDAYCHRONICLE January 16. 2005


The distribution of the 2005 Old Age Pension coupon booklets shall commence on the following dates, time and locations listed below.
Please walk with your old coupon booklet and LD or Passport to uplift your 2005 coupon booklet.


Schedi


Residents of Queenstown

Date Time Centre
05-01-17 to 20 08:30 am -
2:00 pm Church Street Masjid

05-01-24 & 26 08:30 am -
2:00 pm do-

Residents of Kingston and Cummingsburg

05-01-17,25&27 08:30 am -
12 noon Kayman Sankar Building


ule of Distribution of 2005 Old



Village


Age Pension Booklets (Cont'd)

Residents of Agricola, Houston and Mc Doom

Date Time Centre
05-01-17 to 20 08:30 am -
2:00 pm Agricola Health Centre

05-01-24 to 28 08:30 am -
2:00 pm

05-01-31 08:30 am -
2:00 pm

East Coast Dem. From Chateau Margot to Strathspey


Block 3
Residents of South Ruimvedlt, North Riveldt and Festival City

05-01-17 to 20 08:30 am -
2:00 pm Festival City Health Centre

05-01-24 to 28 08:30 am -
2:00 pm do -

05-01-31 08:30 am -
2:00 pm do -

Residents of East Ruimveldt, East La Penitence, Guyhoc Park & Roxanne Burnham

05-01-17 to 20 08:30 am -
2:00 pm Night Shelter East La Penitence

05-01-24 to 28 08:30 am -
2:00 pm do -

05-01-31 08:30 am -
2:00 pm -do-

Residents of Durban Backlands and Meadow Brook

05-01-17 to 20 08:30 am -
2:00 pm Co-op Credit Union League

05-01-24 to 28 08:30 am -
2:00 pm do -

05-01-31 08:30 am -
2:00 pm do-

Residents of Durban Street, Lodge, Princess St., Lodge, Norton St., Lodge and Hadfield St.,
Lodge


05-01-17 to 20


05-01-24 to 28


05-01-31


1:00 pm -
4:30 pm

08:30 am -
2:00 pm

08:30 am -
2:00 pm


Lodge Health Centre Hadfield Street


- do-


- do -


Block 4

Residents of Alexander Village and River View Squatting Area

05-01-17 to 20 08:30 am- -
2:00 pm Alexander Village Majid Third & Cross Sfreets

05-01-24 to 28 08:30 am ..
2:00 pm do ''" .

05-01-31 08:30,am'. . --. .;-..
2:00 pm -do- .....' -. ,-

Residents 6f West RIveld, LaingAvenue, Shirley Fields,y e nC,,TT ch"
hand Costeilo HIScheme --

05-01-17to20 08:30am- ._ ,W
2:00 pm' David RQse Centre Wes$

05-01-24to 28 08:30am- .. *.,
2:00 pm -do -. .

05-01-31 08:30 am- . ,, .
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05-01-17 & 18


05-01-17 & 18


05-01-24 & 25

05-01-24 & 25

05-01-26 & 27

05-01-28

05-01-31

East Bank Dem.

05-01-17

05-01-17

05-01-22

05-01-19 & 20

05-01-24

05-01-26

05-01-26

05-01-28

05-01-28

05-01-29




05-01-31

05-01-31


05-01-31


East Coast Dem.

05-01-18



.05-01-18

05-01-20


0&01-20

05-01-20 .


08:00am Buxton Mr. Phulander's
Residence Buxton, F/Ship

08:00am S/Spey Mr. Fazal's
Residence Vigilance Area

08:00am Annandale Mr. Mangal's Residence AJdale

08:00am B/V Village Office

08:00am Lusignan Community Centre Lusigna

08:00am Mon Repos Mr. Raghu's Residence Mon Re

08:00am L.B.I Community Centre L.B.I ar


In

epos Area

ea & C/Margot


-LCED


09:00am St Cuthbert Mission

09:00am Kuru Kuru College

09:00am Kuru Kuru Agri. Centre

08:30am Soesdyke District Office

08:30am Craig N.D.C. Office

08:30am Grove Village Office

08:30am Diamond Community Centre

08:30am Farm/Herstelling NDC Office

08:30am Providence Nursery School

08:30am Mocha Police Station

08:30am St. Timothy Anglican Church,
Mocha

08:00 am Eccles/Ramsburg NDC Office

08:00am Guy Bridge Recreational
Centre

08:00am Eccles New Community Centre


Mission Residence

Kuru Kuru Area

Yarrowkabra

Timehri, Low Wood, Dora

Friendship, New Hope, Craig

Grove, Samata Point

Diamond & New H/Scheme

H/stelling, Farm, G/Gdns,Prosp.

Providence

Mocha Arcadia




Nandy Pk, Rep. Pk, B/town


Peter's Hall, Bagotstown

Eccles (New Scheme) Old
Eccles (Sari Entrance)


08:00am Success Hindu Temple,, Felicity Success,
(87 Manjone St (6th St.)


08-00am- Cecil KItOi-'R .''-vSetter Hope. S/Vryheid's Lust

08:00ahi BetlerHope oCnmft ee a Happy Acres 10 Better Hope
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The distribution of the 2005 Old Age Pension coupon booklets shall commence on the following dates, time and locations listed below.
Please walk with your old coupon booklet and I.D or Passport to uplift your 2005 coupon booklet.


Schedule of Distribution of 2005 Old Age Pension Booklets (Cont'd)


Region 5 Mahaicony District


Time Centre


05.01.25


Village


Date
05-01.-17

05-01-17

05-01-18

05-01-18

05-01-18

05-01-18

05-01-19

05-01-19

05-01-20

05-01-20

05-01-24

05-01-24

05-01-25

05-01-25

05-01-25

05-01-26

05-01-26

05-01-26

05-01-27

05-01-27

05-01-27

05-01-27


Region 6

05.01.17

05.01.18

05.01.19

05.01.24

05.01.25

05.01.26

East and

.05.01.17

0501.18

0501.19

"05.01.20

S05 01.24


08:00am to Mahaicony Reg. Office Yorkshire Hall to Zesker
4:30pm
08:00am to Belladrum N.D.C Profit to Weldaad
4:30pm
08:00am to Bass Shop Cottage M/cony Nowora Novar to De Kir
12:00pm
12:00pm to Fair Field Com. Centre Quaker's Hall to Columt
4:30pm
08:00am to Lichfield Primary School BelleVue to Brahn
12:00pm
12:00pm to Seafield Primary School Weldaad to Bellvue
4:30pm
08:00am to Dundee N.D.C Office Fellowship to Novar
4:30pm
08:00am to No. 28 Church Hall Brahn to Q/wagt
4:30pm
08:00am to Mangal's Residence Mahaica River
4:30pm
08:00am to Bush Lot N.D.C Office Bel Air to Lovelylass
4:30pm
08:00am to Mora Point Health Center Mahaicony River
4:00pm
08:00am to Fort Wellington Church School Hope Town to Fort Welli
4:30pm
08:00am to Perth Society Hall Felicity to C/Camphell
12:00pm
12:00pm to Ramanan Shop Mortice to Wash Clothes
4:30pm
08:00am to Bath Market Craft Centre Bath to No. 12
4:30pm
08:00am to Burma Day Care Centre Little Abarg to Barma Ro
12:00pm
12:00pm to Jaio's Shop Novar to Barma Road
4:30pm
08:00am to No. 8 Primary School No. 12 to No. 5 Vlgs.
4:30pm
08:00am to B.M Persaud Shop, M/cony Columbia to Vygveal
12:00pm
12:00pm to Neville (Lakie) Shop D/Hoop P/Rd. to Broken Wate
4:30pm
08:00am to Shameer's Shop, WCB No. 2 to Cotton Tree
12:00pm
12:00pm to Rakesh Shop No. 2 to No. 5
4:30pm

,- Upper Corentyne:

9:00am to #.54 N.D.C Office # 52 to # 59
4:30pm
9:00am to Benab D&I Office # 60 # 68
4:30pm
& 20 9:00am to Dist. Admin Office Springlands # 69 to Skeldon
4:30pm
9:00am to Crabwood Creek N.D.C. Office Entire Crabwood Creek
4:30pm
9:00am to 4:30pm No. 68 Skeldon Training Centre # 66 to # 70

9:00am to 4:30pm really D.D.O Office Orealla & Siparuta

West Central Corentyne Districts

9:00am to 4:30pm No 51 Post Office # 51 to # 46

do Mibicuri N.D.C. Office Black Bush Polder!

S-do Eversham N'iD,GC. Office # 46 to6Phillipi :. !

do Kildinan N.D.C. Office Maida to A/ture

do Whim N.D.C. Office Bloomfield to Hoggstye


- do Rose Hall Market


05.01.26 do Albion N.D.C. Office

05.01.27 -do Alnes Skilled Training Centre

New Amsterdam and Lower Corentyne District

05.01.17 & 18 9:00am to 4:30pm New Amsterdam Town Hall

05.01.19 & 31 9:00am to 4:30pm Cumberland N.D.C. Office

05.01.20 9:00am to 4:30pm No. 19 N.D.C. Office

05.01.24 & 25 9:ooam to 4:30pm Reliance Post Office

05.01.26 9:00am to 4:30pm Fyrish N.D.C. Office

05.01.27 9:00am to 4:30pm Sister Post Office

Region 7 Bartica

05-01-17 to 21 08:00am Regional Office.

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Bayroc Centre
Silvertown All Stars Centre
Regional Admin Office


Christianburg Centre
Bayroc Centre
Silvertown All Stars Centre
Regional Admin Office


Christianburg Centre
Bayroc Centre
Silvertown All Stars Centre
Regional Admin Office


Christianburg Centre
Bayroc Centre
Silvertown All Stars Centre
Regional Admin Office


Tain to W/Burg

Hampshire to Albion

Manchester to Hoggstye



N/A to Mora

Sheet Anchor to Canefield

Farm to # 19

Canefield to New Forest

# 1 to Fyrish

Edinburg to Lightown



Bartica



1st Alley to B/Berry Hill
Wisrock Area
Silver City to West Watooka
Kaiuruni to Linden


1st Alley to B/Berry Hill
Wisrock Area
Silver City to West Watooka
Kaiuruni to Linden


East Coast Dem. U.C.E.D & L.E.C.D


05-01-17 & 29
05-01-18
05-01-19 & 26
05-01-20
05-01-22 & 28
05-01-24
T 0f1-25
: 0o 1-27

. 05 91-29


08:00am
08:00am
08:00am
08:00am
08:00am
08:00am
08:00am
08:00am
08:00am


Pandit Maestro's Residents Mahaica, Helena 1 & 2
Cane Grove Post Office Cane Grove Area
Ann's Grove N.D.C. Office Ann's Grove, Nabaclis, Victoria
Unity Community Centre Unity and Beehive
Enterprise Community Centre Enterprise Area
Unity Community Centrb Unity
Enmore Office (Village Enmore
,. Malanie Damishana H;using Office Melanie
' Mahai a Village Office Mahaica


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Lord of McDoom, EBD is the lone
player of the 80+ entries category to
win the incentive prize for this
category. Once again,
congratulations to you all.
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from the Georgetown, Head office
on Wednesday, January 19, 2005.
Please present a suitable form of
identification when collecting
payment.
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ANYONE knowing the
whereabouts of CARLA THOM,
formerly of 198 Anaida Avenue,
Eccles, please Contact: 226-
9541. A reward is offered.
ATTENTION ALL MINERS
WITH EXCAVATOR
OPERATIONS AND LAND
DREDGES. POSITION TO
WORK IS BEING OFFERED IN
THE LOCATIONS MENTIONED
BELOW A. 1. NORTH WEST
DISTRICT- SHEETS 4 SE, 5 SW,
9 NE, 10 NW AND 4 SW. 2.
POTARO-KURIBRONG -
SHEET 43 NE. 3. MAHDIA -
SHEET 43 NE. 4. UPPER
MAZARUNI SHEET 24 NW. 5.
MIDDLE PURUNI (PETER'S
MINE, MILLION MOUNTAIN,
CHINESE CREEK) SHEETS 25
NE; JUBILEE CREEK,
PURIARI, OKO, TAKATU,
BLACKWATER AREAS). 26 NW,
26 NE, 27 NW. AREAS ARE
ACCESSIBLE BY ROAD. B.
MINERS WITH CUTTER HEAD
DREDGES CAN ALSO BE
OFFERED POSITIONS TO
WORK ON RIVER CLAIMS
COMMENCING FROM PURUNI
RIVER MOUTH TO LOOKING
GLASS FALLS IN THE MIDDLE
MAZARUNI RIVER AND IN THE
CUYUNI RIVER COMMENCING
FROM KOPANG RIVER MOUTH
TO DEVIL HOLE FALLS. FOR
FURTHER DETAILS AND
INFORMATION KINDLY
CONTACT MR. GHEER,
MANAGER ALFRO ALPHONSO
MINING ENT. 223-5273/5274/
5266.



PLANTS! Unbeatable
prices. Must be sold. Variety;
including hanging baskets.
Call: 220-22297618-1824.



HERBAL Medicines, Skin
infection, asthma, impotent.
cholesterol, blood pressure,
weight loss, gallstone, stricture,
pain, diabetes, internal cleansing
and many more. Appointment 4
220-7342/614-5650



COMMUNICATE with
interested persons by
telephone for friendship or
serious relations. Call CFI -
Telephone Friendship Link -
261-5079, Sunday to Saturday
07:00 to 21:00 h.
MALE Indian Guyanese with
U.S. Citizenship, ex-U.S. soldier,
interested in Guyanese women,
ages 27-40 years, for serious
relationship leading to marriage.
Please send particulars about
yourself correct name, phone #,
date of birth, hobbies, education
and recent photo to: Proposals, C/
o 90-40 180 St., Apt. 1, Queens,
New York 11432, United States of
America. Tel: (718)-725-9878. All
correspondences will be
answered and photo returned.

EDUCATIONAL^


JEAN offers courses in
dressmaking, tie dye fabric
designing, bedroom elegance, soft
furnishing, soft toys, curtains,
cushions, crochet, ribbon
embroidery, hand embroidery.
plastic canvas, smocking, floral,
craft, cake decoration. 159 Barr St.,
Kitty. 226-9548.
TECHNICAL Studies Institute,
The Institute of ,.]-. ,-,I...- 1 '
Shell Road, Kitty i -
Electrical Installation and Wiring,
Television Repairs and Electron-
ics, Computer Assembly and Re-
pairs, Air-conditioning and Refrig-
eration, Building Construction.
DESPAT'S Creative Craft.
Enrol now for courses in Cookery.
Fabric Designs, Floral
-Aqrrqnem Pnt, Cake Decoration,
*_ ,- -Pastries, Bedroom
Elegance. SF .-,.-, ..irtain Making
and more.,- all i- -i Hel-,ia "n f
2 2 7 -0 6 4 6 o r # ,. - -' :,I : ,- i ,1'- ,",,
Service available.
NAYELLI School of
Cosmetology is now enrolling
students for Cosmetology classes.
Evening courses in Airbrushing,
Acrylic Nails, Manicure/Pedicure
and Barbering. Call us on: 226-
2124 or visit us at 211 New Market
Street, North Cummingsburg.
Limited spaces available.
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
COLLEGE. NewCXC Evening Classes
Mathematics, English A. POA, POB,
OP. Social Studies. All classes start
January 10, 2005. Exams in January
2006. 262 Thomas St., South
Cummingsburg. Tel: 225-2397/225-
5474/223-7219.
EVENING CXC Classes for adults
(18- 27) and Forms 3,4 and 5 students
in Principles of Accounts, Principles of
Business. Office Procedure, Social
Studies, Integrated Science, P; I-.
Maths, English 'A, Agricultural :- --"..
and Information Technology. Cost per
Subject -$1,000. Classes commence
on January 17, 2005. Contact: 227-
7627 (Chandra): # 227-3768 (Mrs.
Roberts); 614-0966/615-8463/641-
4163.



NEED a job? Contact the
employment agency. Call: 616-
0905/225-5362.



MUSIC system. wax ma-
chine. Contact Freddy, 43 Bent
Street. Werk-en-Rust. Tel. 231-
7789/621-5984. Reasonable
rates



WE build high. middle and
low-income houses. Special low-
income offer at less than $10
000, monthly. Tel: 227-2479/
226-4652 Office, 227-5192.



HOW to check your battery,
overcome obstacles, win in
emergencies, stop being a victim,
avoi mental tension and old
age? Call: Leonard on Tel. #
225-0691/624-1418,


ARE you cursed, depressed,
demon-possessed OR need
finance? Call Apostle Randolph
Williams #261-6050 (20:00 h
S23:00 h).
ARE you hurt, de-
pressed, lonely, financially
unstable, demonically pos-
sessed, emotionally stressed
and i ? Kingdom Minis-
tries z2o-1930



JEAN offers courses in El-
ementary, Intermediate & Ad-
vanced Dressmaking, also De-
signing. 153 Barr St.. Kittv.
Tel. # 226-9548.
DRESSMAKING &
Designing done also Saturday
classes at Lot 80 Sheriff St..
C'ville., opposite GR Taxi
Service..Tel: 227-6932.



ESCAPE Bodybliss
massages. Alleviate headaches,
insomnia, muscular pains.
tension and stress. Certified
Massage Therapist Ulelli
Verbeke # 226-2669/615-
8747
NEED to activate your body
and mental strength? Come for
a well-balanced health
,,;- -- 1 shower available.
: ii I fr- Singh (daily). Tel:
220-4842/615-6665.



LEARN TO DRIVE. FREE
PICK UP AND DROP OFF, TEL:
616-4567.
PRUDENTIAL SCHOOL OF
MOTORING "You train to pass" Tel.
227-1063, 223-7908.
ENROL now at Soman &
Sons Driving School, First
Federation Building. Manget
Place & Croal Street. Manual &
automatic Phone # 225-4858/
627-9841.
ENROL now at Shalom Est.,
Lot 2 Croal Street. Stabroek,
G'town. You could also obtain an
International Driver's Permit. Fbr
information Call: 227-3869/622-
8162.



GENERATE profits from
home. Info? Contact James
Morrison, 47 Belle Vue, W B
Demerara, Guyana.
HOME based jobs for profits.
Contact Andrew Saul, 225
Springlands Police Compound,
Berbice, Guyana.
SPARE time earnings.
Information Murtland Joseph.
17 Old Road. Vergenoegen.
E.B. Essequibo, Guyana.
Stay at Home. Pay yourself.
Kumarie Williams, 46 Brickdam
and Austin Place Stabroek.
Bourda, Guyana.
GET paid for staying home.
For information, contact Brian
Naurang, 211 Sheildstown, W
B Berbice, Guyana.
MAIL business Home Earner
programme available. Contact


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(0VEft1 EN EAS1 BANK DEMERARA .
A(RIS RI\VIt-RS11. PROPIR'll Wll l lBi Ntl
AND WI AR 'I iLAND MEASLURI ,
225'XSOO5 ALSO .13 ACRES STARTING,
IROIM, t'UBLIC ROAD 10 (ON0,` RVANl Y
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P01NEiIAL PURCHASERS ONLY. FOR
-URItfI INFORMAI'ION CONIA(1
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TECHNICIAN on call for all
your television, VCR and
microwave repairs. We provide
home service. Call: Rvan # 265-
2634/615-7361.
G E N E R A L
CONSTRUCTION. Planning on
building, renovating or 1j,,,,
any kind of construction wor.
give free estimates. Prompt,
reasonable and reliable service,
Call 622-0267/629-2239.


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U.S.A IMMIGRATION
Papers for National Visa
Centre
Processing. Petitions.
Adjustment of Status.
Case Follow-ups,
Enquiries, Consular
Appointments etc.
LLOl D WILLIAMS & ASSOCIATES
[ THE CRUCIBLE]
105 Regent Rd., Bourda.
[ Between Cummings &
Light Sts.,
Georgetown.
Tel#:(592)-223-8115
Fax#:(592)-225-6496
E-mail-
crucible@guyana.net.gy



TWO waitresses to work in
bar. Contact Naka 220-4298'
617-6100,
For Security Guard. Come
into 30 Anira St.. Queenstown or
call 226-3383.
WAITRESS & Cook to work
at Playboy's Hideout Bar, 7",
Street, Success. ECD. Apply in
person.
5 ABLE-BODIED Security
Guards. Apply in person to Mays
Shopping Centre, 98 Regent St.,
G/town.
ONE Barman to run a bar in
a club. Tel: 226-6527/623-7242.
Come in at the Tennessee Night
Club.
VACANCIES exist for Porters.
Apply in person to: May's
Shopping Centre, 98 Regent
Street, Georgetown.
1 TRUCK!VAN Driver with 2
yrs experience, preferably from


JOIN THE PHONICS CENTER. Taltram Seecharran. friendship East Coast. Apply in person to
We teach your child/children the art Village, Corentyne, Berbice. Len's 136 Sheriff & Fourth Sts.,
of reading. See them develop into APARTMENTS in Guyana. Civille.
good readers. Call 618-2068. Barbados. Magnificent view,
fully furnished, kitchenettes, BE YOUR own BOSS! Use SALESCLERK 20-30 years.
ENROL at Samaroo's private bathrooms, seven your spare time filling 100 (2) years experience and ILmust be
Institute. Get an opportunity to minutes to Bridgetown or beach, envelopes for US$500 or more good at Maths & English. Apply to:
,further your study in American Single -US$28 nightly, double weekly. For information send Lens. Sheriff & Fourth Sts., C'ville.
universities. Enrol for Maths US$32. Telephone: 1-246-424- stamped self-addressed envelope Tel: 227-2486.
and English in SAT, GRE and 3005. to: Randolph Williams, PO Box
GMAT courses. Call: 223-1971 12154, Georgetown. ONE experienced Taxi
or 615-7130. ,,,__ WDriver, Also one experienced
........ ..- Dispatcher. Call Mrs. Z. Khan at
EARN a Certificate. Diploma ---226-7948 or Kilty Cab 226-
or Degree in any part of the world INDRA'S Beauty Salon, 122 9167 or 11 Thomas St., Kitty.
in the field of your choice studying Oronoque Street for cold wave, WE service CV joints, rack
from home THROUGH straightening, facial, manicure, & pinior" ,.'-,' boxes and 2 COMPETENT
CORRESPONDENCE For scalp treatment and design on pumps. C ..1 ,. r 225-7493. Seamstresses, Apply with hand-
information, call: CFI Global nails. Also Beauty Culture MAS caing for the written application to: Roxie's
Education Link # 261-5079. available. Tel: 227-1601 Elderl and Disabledso young Fashion, 122 Mrirriman's Mall.
PRACTICAL electronic course DOLLY'S Hairdressing Children. We also do Bourda Saturday, 09:00 12:00
beginning January 13, 2005. Learn Salon, 175 Middle Street .. .. ; ,, etc. Tel: 263-6184. h.
to repair all types of consumer C'burg., Georgetown for cold- TECHNICIANS available 2 EXPERIENCED drivers Must
equipment, TVs, monitors waiving, straightening, styling, 6CH N C a l able
combination stereos, amplifiers etc colour streak. cut-b1oIw dry, for appliance repairs- -washers, have valid Licence for car, van, lorry
For fjinfmation Ca. A anicre pRedicro .ac. ec dryers, microwaves, stoves, deep and mini bus. Excellent wagos,
orfurhrinfaionCaAds' --'----,""..., .. /, in ps4son to Mays Shopping
6551.


ONE Handyman to work at
residence in Ogle area (6) (lays per
week $8 400 Apply in writing to
Lot 10 Meadow Bank, East Bank
Der'mera. Telephone: 225-9304
OR 227-8893.
ARE you a good looking
hard working female and like to
wash cars? Then Call 231-1786!"
621-5332._
VACANCIES exist for male
and female guards and
Supervisors. Supervisors must
have their own cycles or
motorcycles. Apply in person to
National Security Service, 80
Seaforth Street Campbellvilie.
REGENCY Hotel, 98 Hadfield
Street. Werk-en-Rust. Georoetown
FRONT DESK CLERK.
Requirements: Maths. English.
Accounts RESTAURANT
SUPERVISOR. Requirements: at
least (3) years experience in Food
,and Beverage Training
ONE Office Assistant. Must have
knowledge of Payroll, NIS. Filing
and must be computer literate. Must
be between the ages of 20 and 30
years old. Must have knowledge of
Maths and English and at least two
(2) years working experience. Len's
Sheriff & Fourth Streets, C/ville.
JOB OPPORTUNITY
available in Barbados. Qualified
Hairdresser with over (7) years
experience. Send application
including qualifications and full-
length photographotograph to e-mail:
melissaclemonds@hotmail.com
or Express mail to: Mel's Exotic
Nail Store and Salon, Worthing
Court, Christ Church, Barbados.
GUYANA EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY. 37 CROAL STREET
(opposite Banks DIH Camp Sitel.
HONE- 227-3339. We presently
have vacancies for the following:
Pharmacist (male), live-in
Caretaker (family'I), Bond
Supervisor, Roti/Puri Black
Pudding Maker. Office Clerk,
Labourers, Block Makers, live-in
Domestic and Industrial
Electricians. There are NO
COSTS attached to you or fees
to be paid upon employment.
APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED
FROM SUITABLY QUALIFIED
PERSONS TO FILL THE POSITION
OF MARKETING MANAGER FOR
RCA TV CHANNEL 8, CHARITY,
ESSEQUIBO COAST.
APPLICANTS MUST BE
COMPUTER LITERATE AND HAVE
AT LEAST 3 YEARS EXPERIENCE.
THEY SHOULD ALSO POSSESS
GOOD INTERPERSONAL SKILLS.
THE SUCCESSFUL APPLICANT
WOULD BE BASED IN
GEORGETOWN. SEND
APPLICATION AND RESUME NOT
LATER THAN 151T JANUARY 2005
TO THE EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN,
16 MUDLOT, KINGSTON.
GEORGETOWN. TEL. # 223-52731
5274.



LAMAHA Gardens $10M:
Canal No. 2 Polder $5M. Tel: 225-
4398.
LAND in Diamond $2.5M.
Contact: Ameer. Tel: 227-5238, Cell:
622-8321.
FARM land situated at
Vilvoorden, Essequibo $40 000
per acre. Call 227-1355.
LAND FOR SALE OLEANDER
GARDENS 89 FT BY 152 FT.
PRICE $25M. CALL: 612-0349.
OGLE $7M. 60 X 170 Airstrip
close to East Coast Public Road
Queenstown $4M. Keyhomes
223-4267.
PRIME commercial land for
sale 115 ft x 31 ft. Charlotte
Street, Bourda. Contact owner -
226-0683 (anytime).
ATLANTIC GARDENS $7M,
Happy Acres, EC Public Road.
Nandy Park. Sheriff Streel $15M.
Keyhomes 223-4267
HOUSE lot for sale Lot 53 Area
-l" Eails Couit. BI, ECD reasonalk'
otfor a0xceptcxl Tel. 227-1711 hlbetin
17:0(0) aind 20:00 his.
TWO transported adjricent lols
in Earl's Court, 1.BI 13 i,08 sq f(I f o-
lal Please telephone (i;'3-7-131 tie-


BEST value in land prime
commercial and residential gated
communities. country areas, etc
UpToTheMinute Realty 226-5240/
225-8097.
SUPPLY, EBD 80 x 1,400: foom
public road to river bulldozed land
ready for construction, good access
to Demerara River $15M, neg. Tel:
225-4398.
1.5635 ACRES land with
house included located at 935
Amelia's Ward. Linden. Ideal
for agriculture, industrial and
other projects. Free access to
river. Cost $2.5M. Contact Cell
# 628-4697/270-4665.
LAMAH-A GARDENS 68 x
128' (8.704 sq. t.) G15M or nearest
offer QUEENSTOWN residential
land) road to alley (9,500 sq. ft.
approx) GS2M. Tel. 225-0642 9
am to 5 pm or 624-8627 anytime.
GATED community with (24)
hours security. Exclusively. Residential
lots at Pin. Versailles. West Bank
Demerara size: 6 000 -12 000sq. ft
pnced from $3.9M. Immediately
Transportable. Contact: Seetaram -
# 264-2946/7.
LAND for sale reasonably
pnced. Transported. (2) acres land/
',. % acres house lots with fruit and
coconut trees near EC Demerara
Public Road and President Jagdeo
Street Unity. ECD. Call: Ramnauth
# 226-2963. evenings 220-0636.
ATLANTIC GARDENS 6M.
Happy Acres $8M, Happy Acres
double tots $12M, Lamaha Street
SOUTH CUMMINGSBURG
S12M, North Road. SOUTH ROAD
REGENT Street others Mentorel
Singh Realty. 225-1017/623-
6136.
ONE square mile of
registered gold and diamond land
claim. Easy access to water for all-
year work. Ideal for land dredging
operation. Minimal vegetation.
Mining will not affect environment
or cause nver pollution. Location:
Imbaimadai Area Upper
Mazaruni. Interested persons
please Phone: 614-9709.
LAND OF CANAAN &
Fnendship (3 acres) respectively
both road to river. Supply (3 acres
infrastructure: Grove (6 acres
Hutson comer) roadside massive
development 68 acres at
Soesdyke please note that the
East Bank could soon be a not
bed of economic activity (prices
have sky rocketed) Keyhomes
223-4267.
COME to Florida the
Sunshine State. Nestled on the
lovely west coast is North Port
Sarasota County, rated in the
top five (5) best places to live
in Florida, just two and a half
hours driving north-west of
Miami. Beautiful lands with
golf courses, tenn s courts,
beaches, marinas, fishing, eco-
tours. shopping complexes,
hospitals, hotels, airports, good
educational facilities, places of
worship and many other
amenities. Lands are neither
swamp lands or land filled and
are excellent for family life.
Land prices start from
US$28,000.00 for 10,000 sq.
ft. fully developed lots, homes
can also be built. Financing
available for both land and
home purchases. Free one (1)
night accommodation in North
Port with meals and a tour of
the city for purchasers. We
have brochures, a video-tape
and other written information
that can be sent to you. For
further information contact New
Vista Properties. Trinidad
Office Tel: 868-657-4609!
FAX 868-697-0024/CELL:
868-688-8582 or Email:
alanram26@msn.com prices of
land go up from 01V01;2005.



ROOMS TO RENT 16
PUBLIC ROAD KITTY. CALL
226-1531.
ROOM for single work-
ing female. Telephone:
227-0928
ONE-BEDROOM APART-
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ATLANTIC GARDENS -
$80 000 NEG. KEYHOMES
223-4267
2-BEDROOM bottom flat
in Grove, EBD. Tel: 265-3111/
233-5421.
ONE 2 STOREY HOUSE
TO RENT IN IRVING STREET.
CONTACT TEL: 225-7643.
HOUSE to rent at
Lusignan and Nootenzuil.
Contact Cheryl at 220-6302.
1 HOUSE furnished,
with big yard space in
Queenstown. # 225-9531.
(1) NEW 3-bedroom top
flat fully furnished, fully
grilled, parking. Call 624-
138.
3-BEDROOM SEMI-
FURNISHED UPPER FLAT -
RESIDENTIAL AREA. # 623-
6564/225-7184.
SHORT-TERM RENTALS
FOR OVERSEAS VISI-
TORS. PHONE 225-9944.
1 3-BEDROOM bottom
flat to rent, 16 Public Road.
Price $35 000 Kitty. Call
226-1531.
(3) APARTMENTS Lot
237 Independence
Boulevard. Tel: 626-8822 -
Michael.
ROOM situated in
Campbeliville area. Contact
telephone 225-7777. Serious
applicants only.
FURNISHED rooms for
students and single, working
male or female. Tel. # 627-8662.
1 BEDROOM apartment,
toilet and bath, etc. 68 Sandy
Babb St. Contact above address.
LAMAHA Gdns 5-
bedroom ( 1 self-contained)
unfurnished house. Tel. 226-
1192/623-7742.
ROOMS and bottom flat to
let 26 Hill St., Albouystown.
Contact: Zaleena # 223-4133.
ONE two-bedroom
bottom flat apartment with
telephone in Kitty. Contact
No: 227-6824.
SHORT terms apartment
available with all modern
facilitate. Contact Tel. 223-1672/
613-1705.
BEL AIR PARK furnished
executive house on double lot
US$1 500. # 223-5204/612-
2766.
QUEENSTOWN $50
000, LA PENITENCE 3-BED
$30 000. KEYHOMES 223-
2467.
APARTMENTS in
Georgetown suitable for
business, storage or residence.
Call: 225-7131/621-2601.
ONE 2- (two) bedroom
bottom flat apartment in Kitty.
Call: 226-5853/226-7995,
Cell: 617-5647.
FURNISHED ROOM -
' DECENT, SINGLE WORK-
ING FEMALE. TEL: 226-
5035 (08:00 17:00 HRS).
WHAT a gift for (3) fully
furnished bedrooms only
US$15, per day prime loca-
tion. Phone: 225-0230 or
223-6900.
LARGE 2nd floor Regent
Rd. & Light Street Cell phone
store, Internet, office or any
business. Tel: 225-4398.
3-BEDROOM flat concrete
house at La Grange, WBD, 1
minute drive from Harbour
Bridge. Tel. 623-3576.
BUSINESS places at
Vreed-en-Hoop for
companies, school, caf6,
clinic, store, etc. Tel: 264-
2650/225-8820.
ATLANTIC Gardens -
large executive property (2)
flats. (3) bedrooms, (2)
bathrooms each flat. Tel: 227-
0972.
ONE two-bedroom lower
flat 36 Public Road,
Bagotstown, EBD rent: $30 000,
per month. Call: 225-1165.
TOP flat to let (2)
bedrooms, hall, dining area,
kitchen and garage Eccles, EB
Demerara. Contact: 226-9541/
226-0207.
2 BRAND new business
spaces in building situate along
UG Road. Ideal for gift shop and
salon, office, etc. Call 623-
3404.
OVERSEAS visitors self-
contained apartments with all
modern conveniences. Along
, UG Road. Cal 623-3404: .


1 SPACIOUS 2-bedroom
apartment in Goedverwagting.
Rental $30 000, monthly. TEL:
222-4045/222-2465.
EXECUTIVE furnished and
unfurnished house and apartments,
offices, bonds, etc. TEL: 226-
8148/625-1624.
FURNISHED/UNFURNISHED
rooms for single, working females
only. Serious enquiries only please.
Tel: 233-2249.
DO You need an honest,
reliable & efficient Real Estate
Agency? Call: UpToTheMinute
Realty. # 225-8097/226-5240.
GUYANA'S only exotic,
naturalac Nite Club, Restaurant and
Bar Bamboo Cabana, 68 Sheriff
St. # 626-8888/226-0476.
APARTMENTS and houses
in great residential locations from
G$40 000. Call: Excellence
Realty # 222-5330/625-7090.
COLONIAL-STYLE building
upper and or lower flats parking
and telephone Queenstown,
Call: 624-4225.
1 UPPER flat 3-bedroom
house on East and New Market
Streets, Georgetown $65,000.
negotiable. Call: 623-6210/623-
2814.
3-BEDROOM apt. Best Vil-
'age, WCD. Fully grilled inside, toi-
let and bath. phone, parking. Call
254-0360 between 8am and 6pm.
EXECUTIVE. fully furnished
apartment secured parking, all
amenities US$30 US$45, per
day. Tel: 226-1769/612-3607.
2 BEDROOM concrete
house, fully grilled 43 Key Drive,
Enterprise. ECD. Call Ganesh at
225-8334 or Shirley 225-8210.
ONE-BEDROOM furnished
bottom flat suitable for overseas
guest as well $40 000. Tel: 226-
971 or 616-1802.
SHCRT-TERM & long-term
apartment. Call: MURRAY'S
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
SERVICES on # 231-3302/614-3884.
CALL the best for sound
professional advice honest, reliable
and efficient service -
UpToTheMinute Realty. 226-5240/
225-8097.
CUMMINGS LODGE self-
contained rooms and apartments
from $18 000 $30 000. Tel. #
226-8261 or 624-5082.
IN Queenstown fully furnished
1 & 3-bedroom apartment to rent
,-,ith parking space. Suitable for
overseas visitors on short term basis.
226-5137/227-1843.
3-BEDROOM lower flat with
mosquito mesh grill situated at
Uitviugl New Scheme. WCD. Tel,
626-0150/277-3743. $20 000 for
month. Working couple.
SHOP space to rent suitable
'cr internet variety store or office,
etc. 48 Princes & Russell Sts.
Phone: 226-6603/225-3497. Call
between 08:00 & 17:00 h.
KITTY secured one-bedroom
apartment all modern amenities,
furnished or unfurnished, front
house, no parking. Ideal for students.
s ngle person. Tel: 225-4744.
OVERSEAS visitors 2-
bedroom apartment with all
modern conveniences, excellent
location -USS50/USS60, daily. Call:
227-0289/222-6996.
QUEENSTOWN, fully fur-
nished 1 & 3-bedroom apartment
with parking space to rent. Suitable
for overseas visitors on short term
basis. Tel. # 226-5137/227-1843.
RESIDENTIAL and commercial
properties furnished and unfurnished.
Prices ranging from $35 000 to US$3
000. Contact Carmen Greene's Realty.
Tel. 226-1192/623-7742.
2-BEDROOM Industry $25
000; furnished three-bedroom $75
000; large building with (5) rooms
in C'ville. can be used as office
and or residence US$1,200. Tel:
225-4398.
FULLY furnished, self-
contained, 2-bedroom bottom
flat at Eccles Old Road modern
conveniences $40 000, monthly
includes electricity. Vacant.
Single person/couple preferred.
Tel: 233-2182.
GUESTHOUSE with 14 to 18
rooms in Regent Street (near Bourda
Market), also to let first floor in the same
building, and bottom flat in Duncan
Street for business only. Tel. # 629-
2401/225-2873/225-2319.
FULLY furnished, self-
contained, 2-bedroom bottom flat
@ Eccles Old Road modern
conveniences $40,000 monthly
includes electricity. Vacant Jan 1.
Single person/couple preferred. Tel:
S233--2182.- . ..........


QUEENSTOWN large three- FUTURE HOMES REALTY -
bedroom air-condtioned fly-meshed, # 227-4040/628-0796. 3-
grilled, one self-contained, bottom flat Bedroom top flat fully
open and tiled, can be used as office, furnished, with AC Robb Street
suitable for embassies or diplomats. $100 000; unfurnished 4-
Price US$1,600. Tel: 225-4398. bedroom in Bel Air Gardens -
US$1 200; unfurnished 4-
FOR immediate lease on bedroom house Dowding Street
Northem 'Hogg Island 200 acres -$100 000; 2-bedroom bottom
of cultivated rice land along with flat with parking, semi-furnished
rice mill complete with drying Prashad Nagar US$300; 3-
floor and dryer. Also tractor, bedroom top flat fully furnished
combine, bulldozer for sale. Sheriff Street $70 000; 2-
Contact: 626-1506/225-2903. bedroom bottom fully furnished
Serious enquiries only. -Roxanne Burnham Gardens -
1 3-BEDROOM bottom flat $60 000; 4-bedroom top flat -
with self- contained room in unfurnished, telephone East
Norton Street $55 000 Street -US$500; 4-bedroom
references neededt. 1 bottomflaStt- unfurnished, parking
edroetmn $tt f 00. 1 -bedu e bedroom house fully furnished,
Street $30 000. 1 3-bedroom in Queenstaster rooms, AC, hot and cold,
bottom flat in Queenstown, parking, security alarm Bel Air
newly constructed $55 000. Park US$2 000. neg.; 3-
615-1793 bedroom house fully furnished,
COMING from overseas, master room- New Providence -
check out Sunflower Hotel and US$1 500; 3-bedroom house -
furnished apartments different unfurnished New Providence -
location, short term long term, US$1 200.
4 hrs, 6 hrs, etc. Call and ask for
Lauren at 223-2173 or
Sunflower, ask for Margaret -
225-3817. We take bookings. BEAUTIFUL LAWNS,
ONE lower business flat situ- EXECUTIVE $16M. KEYHOMES
ated at Lot 1 Non Pariel, Area A, 223-4267.
East Coast Demerara. Apply to
Jerome Fredencks at same loca- 10 ACRES riverside land,
tion. large house, 3 chicken pens. Tel:
FURNISHED HOUSES & Raza 225-6197
FLATS Lamaha GardensiBel Air 1 HOUSE lot with 4 houses:
Gardens/Subryanville, etc. Persons interested please call 333-
US$500/US$3 000. 2420 Price negotiable
UNFURNISHED HOUSES & flats THIRD Avenue.
Cville.i/Kitty/Eccles, etc. $35 000 i A n on
up. Sonja # 225-7197/623-2537 (evi. -,.. Agents. Contact
E m a i I T ...'(evening)
abrahamsonja@hotmail.com PRIME business corner 11 -
QUEENSTOWN 2 bedroom 14 Lombard & Princes St. going
fully furnished US$500 US$1 concern. Tel: Raza 225-6197.
000. Beautiful residence in Bush PRIME BUSINESS CORNER
Lot Village, 3 bedrooms. fully 20 LOMBARD AND HAREL STS.
furnished on 4 lots of land. Price MUST SELL NOWTEL:RAZA225-
negotiable. Contact Joy Reid MUSTSLL-
Realty. Tel; 225-6858 or 247 6197
D Forshaw and Oronoque Street, (I) 3-BEDROOM house -
Queenstown. fully grilled at 5" Field B' South
EXECUTIVE properties in So~hia. Going cheap. Tel 627-
Camp Street, Bel Air Park. Bel 6033.
Air Gardens, Queenstown. FRONT house La
Prashad Nagar, Liliendaal. Ogle, Penitence size of land $2.8
Guysuco Park. New Providence. million 80 ft. x 40 ft. neg. Call
'AA' Eccles. Properties can go 611-0617.
furnished or unfurnished. For
viewing kindly Contact: Future TRIED the rest call the best -
Homes Realty # 227-4040/628- prices you can afford!
0796. pToTheMinute Realty 226-5240/
20796.5-809
FUTURE HOMES REALTY NS
227-4040/628-0796/616-9598 ENTERPRISE GARDENS -
Top flat for office New Market $3.5M, UITVLUGT, WCD $1.5M.
St $100 000, bottom flat KEYHOMES_-.223-426"7.- .
Alberttown $50 000. bottom PROPERTIES for sale one
flat, Regent Street $100 000. wooden and concrete building. lo-
bottom flat, Duncan Street cated at 50E Sheriff Street. Tel.
$100 000, top flat, D'Urban 223-1529.
Street 45 x 25' -$50 000. Bond DOUBLE-LOT 3-bedroom
123 x 33 $120 000. property for sale in Amelias Ward,
KITTY. EXECUTIVE Linden. Price negotiable. Call:
CATEGORY FULLY FURNISHED 223-4938.
GROUND FLOOR CONCRETE
FLAT OF EXCELLENT CARMICHAEL Street large
STANDARD. MAGNIFICENT property- all amenities. Price very
MER NT. REFERENCES good Tel: 233-54211265-3111/623-
ARE OF PRIMARY 8654 .... .........
IMPORTANCE $70 000. THREE GOED FORTUIN 3-bedroom
BEDROOMS, ETC. NELSON'S wooden house on huge lot, phone,
226-8937....... ... ..... ght. etc. S5M neg. Tel 226-1192/
SUBRYANVILLE: L irae 4. 623-7742.
bedroom furnished -LIU: i '1,,":, ALBERTTOWN transported
and a smaller 3-bedroom front building, vacant possession.
US$600. BEL AIR PARK: 3- Price negotiable. K.S. RAGHUBIR
bedroom furnished ground floor AGENCY Office 225-0545.
$90 000 and others at US$1
600. US$1 200 and US$700. (2) TVO-STOREYED business/
KINGSTON: Prime corner residential properties in Robb St.,
ground floor available for office. Bourda. Tel: 225-9816. Monday Sat-
etc. Rent negotiable. ROBB urday (08:00 17:30 hrs).
STREET: Large 4-storeyed in OGLE $27M/Subryanville -
prime location. Rent negotiable, $26M; Oleander Gardens $28M
etc., etc. Call: 226-7128/615- & $35M Charlestown $5M, etc.,
6124. ABSOLUTE REALTY. etc. Sonja # 225-7197/623-2537.
KITTY $35 000: LOT 8 Princes St.. Werk-en-
Campbellville $40 000; Rust, 2nd building North of Camp
CAMPBELLVILLE THREE Street suitable for any business
BEDROOMS $45 000; your dream home going cheap.
Queenstown $50 000; D'Urban Call 226-6017.
Backlands furnished $95 000.
EXECUTIVE PLACES: 6-BEDROOM concrete house,
SUBRYANVILLE, Queenstown, parking, telephone, Prashad
Bel Air Park, Bel Air Gardens, Nagar $23mi11. FUTURE HOMES
Lamaha Gardens, Happy Acres, REALTY. 227-4040/616-9598/628-
Prashad Nagar. OFFICE 0796.
BUILDINGS: Kingston, Main 2 STOREYED top flat, 3
Street, Middle Street, Camp bedrooms; bottom 2 bedrooms.
Street. BUSINESS PLACES: 53 Sandy Babb St. with drive way.
Sheriff Street, Regent Street, Contact 276-3351/618-5839. Price
Croal Street, and others.
MENTORE/SINGH REALTY: 225- neg:
1017, 623-6136. DOUBLE lot 3-bedroom
wood and concrete property for
PRIME CITY LOCATION. sale in Amelia's Ward, Linden.
BRAND NEW SELF-CON- Price negotiable. Call 4 226-
TAINED TWO-BEDROOM CON- 1666 or 611-4248.
CREATE FLATS (GROUND AND
FIRST FLOORS) $45 000 2-STOREYED wooden &
EACH. SLIGHTLY NEGO- concrete house 334 Section 'A'
TIABLE. REFERENCES OF Melanie $2.6M, neg. Contact:
HIGHEST ORDER NEEDED I.E 256-3184/256-3038/621-1271 J.
COMPLETION FIXED FOR 3 B. Persaud or Tony.
WEEKS COMMENCE. VIEW- FOR immediate sale or rental
ING NOW ETC, IN ORDER TO 2-storey house for residential or
HAVE ONE. NUMBER OF CHIL- business purposes, road side
DREN LIMITED. FIRST COME location, Pouderoyen, WBD.
FIRST SERVED". HUMPHRY Muslims preferred. Owner
-. N E L S O WS -.226-883 7 .. .. .. .... 'It- i t a ll 2 -1960 . ... ... .


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1 PRIME residential business
property with land situated at Anna
Catherina Public Road price neg.
Immediate possession. Call: 618-
9414/276-0296.
TWO-STOREYED wooden
and concrete structure located on
the West Bank in residential area.
Price $4 million, negotiable. Tel.
# 233-5597 (between 18:00 & 21:00
h).
SOLID value concrete houses
in residential areas Atlantic
Gardens, Bel Air Park $13M,
$15M, $26M. UpToTheMinute
Realty 226-5240/225-8097.
ENTERPRISE 'C', located on
the East Coast Demerara ranch-
type property fully concreted,
with enclosed garage, no repairs.
Price $7.5M, negotiable. Call:
Vish Realty # 227-4890/225-
9780/614-5717.
1 PROPERTY for sale -
double lots, house upstairs and
downstairs toilet and bath, chicken
pen. Tel: 266-2796/621-2009.
PRICES ranging from $14M to
$30M, Bel Air Park, Queenstown
and Prashad Nagar. Contact: Joy
Reid Realty. Tel: 225-6858 or 247
D Forshaw and Oronoque Streets,
Queenstown.
ONE (1) newly renovated 3-
bedroom house telephone facil-
ity. overhead tank, car park for (2)
vehicles Drysdale Street,
Charlestown. Tel: 225-9816, Mon-
day Saturday. (08:00 17:30 hrs)
ONE two-storey wooden and
concrete 4- bedroom house, South
Ruimveldt Gardens Contact
Ronald on 662-5033 or Samantha
on 624-1370. No reasonable offer
refused. Vacant possession.
I EXECUTIVE 5-bedroom
- master room. three toilets,
three baths, fully filtered, insect-
proof, generator, air-condi-
tioned. large yard space with
beautiful gardens, etc. Bel Air
Park. # 225-9816.
3-STOREYED concrete &
wooden structure located in
prime business area No. 78
Corriverton, Berbice. Ideal for
business and or residential
purposes. Tel: 339-2274/2377;
616-1414. Price negotiable.
LAND OF CANAAN, EBD:
Newly built 3- bedroom con-
crete & wooden 2-storeyed
building with master, ceiling
walls $12M (US$60 000).
Ederson's Realty 226-5496.
Email@guyana.net.gy
17' ACRES of agricultural
land suitable for rice and cash
crop cultivation along with house
at Industry. Mahaica Creek. No
reasonable offer refused. Serious
enquiries. Call: 226-2963/220-
0636/222-691
QUEENSTOWN two (2)-flat
residential bldg. 2 bedrooms. (1)
one self-contained, additional
bath, enclosed garage, AC units,
over head tank (in well kept
condition) G$12.5M. Tel. 225-
0642 (9 am to 5 pm) or 624-8627
(anytime).
QUEENSTOWN corner
property -$8.5M; Camp St. -
$13M: Tucville S6M: Lodge -
2-flat S2.4M; Diamond -2-bed-
room S1.8M; LAND $360 000
$800 000; Courbane Park -
$2M: Queenstown $3.8M. Call:
231-6236.
KITTY $7M; C/ille $9M;:
Bel Air Park $16M & $27M;
Prashad Nagar $15M;
Queenstown $13M; Lamaha
Gardens $25M; Regent Street -
$45M: Sheriff Street $45M.
Contact Carmen Greene's Realty.
Tel. 226-1192/623-7742.
SOUTH PARK & Gardens -
$8.5M; business premises on
Sheriff Street and Mandela
Avenue; residence in Nismes;
Section 'K' Atlantic Gardens;
Hutson Ville: Bel Air Park. Prices
$6.5M $90M. Roberts Realty -
#227-7627 (Office), 227-3768
(Home), 629-9914 (Cell).
QUEENSTOWN $8.5M;
South Park & Gardens $8.5M;
business premises on Sheriff
Street and Mandela Avenue,
residence in Nismes, Section 'K',
Atlantic Gardens, Hutson Ville,
Bel Air Park. Prices: $6.5M -
$90M. Roberts Realty # 227-
7627 (Office), 227-3768 (Home),
6299914 (Cel). ........
POULTRY FARMS Garden
of Eden and Craig Planning for
a bigger yield? We have pens
that can accommodate 15 000
birds and lots and lots of run-
ning water we are situated near
to a creek, 1 Machine Shop In-
dustrial Site with an extra lot.
Call SUCCESS REALTY 223-
6524/628z0747- *** '.


CAMPBELLVILLE TWO
(2)-flat wooden and concrete -
residential, two (2)-family or
residential/commercial bldg. -
G$12.5M; KITTY Alexander
St. (Kitty Market area) two-flat
concrete commercial bldg.
plus back cottage (residential)
- G$25M neg. Tel. 225-0642
(9 am to 5 pm) or 624-8627
anytime).
TWO top properties in
Subryanville one three- storey
wooden, 60 x 100 land, in
Croal Street; 2-storey concrete
AA Eccles for $23M; AA Eccles
two-storey concrete for $24M
and many others. Call Pete's
Real Estate, Lot 2 George
Street, W/Rust. 226-9951/226-
5546. Our Brokers and Sales
Representatives are waiting to
speak to you.
1 3-BEDROOM wooden
and concrete building with
self-contained master room
and a jointing TV room with
air conditioner, fully grilled,
M.M.C. Security System.
Suitable for any business
downstairs, car port, etc. Also
a two-bedroom apartment.
Price $22M negotiable. Tel.
# 226-0170. Inspection
between 4 pm and 6 pm. (No
agent).
SECTION 'K' large
concrete building -$22M:
Sheriff St. business $35M:
Station Street S12M:
Annandale large, newly-built
concrete building $13M;
business -Robb Street. Bourda
- $30M; Atlantic Gardens -
$16M; Lombard Street -
business $45M; Shell Road -
S13M; De Abreau Street -
double lots with one building -
$15M. neg. Tel: 225-4398.
KITTY $8M, PRASHAD
NAGAR $10M. Section K
$16M, Bel Air Park S15M.
S18M, $24M, South Ruimveldt
$9M. Duncan Street New
$20M, EXECUTIVE PLACES
Subryanville overlooking
seawall $53M. Happy Acres
$25M, Republic Park, Eccles,
BUSINESS PLACES Camp
Street S60M, REGENT STREET
$60M, South Road, others
Mentore/Singh Realty 225-
1017/623-6136.
BARR STREET $12M,
South $10M, Eccles S25M,
Vryheids Lust $6.5M, Parika
$11M, Church Street $45M,
Regent Street $150M.
Queenstown $18M, owner
leaving Lodge $3M, Lamrnaha
Gardens $35M, Bel Air Park
$40M, bel Air Park $16M,
Subryanville $25M. Atlantic
Gardens $22M, Continental
Park double lot 420M. Bel Air
Gardens, BEI Air Springs Ole-
ander Gardens, Courida Park,
Happy Acres. KEYHOMES
223-4267.
OGLE: Large 4-bedroom
on 1.38 acres of land on the
air strip road $18M (neg.).
BEL AIR PARK: Large 4-
bedroom S20M. EAST COAST:
Prime location over 10 000
sq. ft S6M. BROAD STREET:
2-Flat good for business -
S7M. SOUTH RUIMVELDT
GARDENS, near Shopping
Plaza very modern 3-
bedroom with beautiful
garden $12M. and lots more
all over. Call: 226-7128/615-
6124 -ABSOLUTE REALTY.
D'URBAN STREET
(WORTMANVILLE) SIZEABLE
LAND CARRYING TWO BUILD-
INGS. REPAIRS NEEDED (EACH).
TRANSPORTED. PRICE NEGO-
TIABLE. (2) CHARLESTOWN
(LAND ONLY) FRONT. RESIDEN-
TIAL CUM COMMERCIAL $1.8M.
(TRANSPORTED). BENT STREET
(NEWBURG) $3.2M
ALBOUYSTOWN $2,5M PRASHAD
NAGAR (4 200 SQ FT OF LAND
INCOMPLETE BUILDING
THEREON $8M CHANDAR
NAGAR STREET (PRASHAD
NAGAR)"AMERICAN" SCHOOL
VICINITY. EXECUTIVE CATEGORY.
FIVE-BEDROOM. $40M NEGO-
TIABLE. TELEPHONE 226-8937.



EARTH FOR SALE.
DELIVERY TO SPOT. TEL. 626-
7127.
STALLS IN STABROEK
MARKET MUST GO. # 225-
6477.
PUREBRED Pit Bull pups.
Call: W. Browne on: 266-2796/
621-2009.
100 LB 4" nylon seine.
No. 12, 50 lb 5" nylon seine.
No. 12. Call: 220-9183.
ONE length of 10-in flex
for dredging. Contact
lel.pl.c.,'oe 2.-3-1229 or 225-
9304 .





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ONE JVC
Camcorder, 2-CD
changer for vehicle and
other articles. Tel: 618-
6341.
ONE 200 YAMAHA
OUTBOARD MOTOR
ENGINE. TEL: 641-
1306/660-0271.
TRANSPORTED
house and land at Eccles
New Scheme. 1 Music
set. Tel: 265-3869,
1 BRAND new
Dell computer. Price -
$200 000. Tel: 611-
1088 or 220-7643.
19" REMOTE
televisions $22 000.
Also, we can repair your
old one. Call: 265-
3050.
DIESEL water pumps
2 and 3 inch. brand new
from UK. Call 261-5403
for details.
- 9NJ po-rf Te w1ed-
ing plan, D.C. Key
start. Tel. # 265-4217.
Call #621-4417.
HOUSEHOLD
ITEMS. CALL 227-1355.
HOUSEHOLD
ITEMS. TEL: 225-3585/
218-1914.
PURE bred Pitbull
Pups. Vaccinated.
Bargain prices. Must
go now. Call Tel. 222-
5331/222-2972.
NEW Honda
generators, manual,
key start, 2.5 KVA 6
KVA, UK standards.
Call 233-5500.
ONE (1) pop corn
machine, one (1) peanut
roaster. Both in good
condition. Serious enq.
Tel. 277-0307.
1 GE
REFRIGERATOR
double-door, (new).
Call: 227-8361/618-
8283. Owner leaving
country.
TIBETAN Terrier
pups, 8 wks old,
vaccinated and
dewormed. Call 233-
2414/233-2354 after
19:00 hrs.
CHLORINE Tablets
3" for swimming pools
only. And 1" for drinking
water. Phone 227-4857
(8 am 4 pm) Mon. -
Fri.
ARGON/Co2 Mixed
gas. Also shock
treatment for swimming
pools. Phone 227-4857
(8 am 4 pm) Mon.
to Fri.
ONE brand new
computer with CD
Burner. CD Walkmans,
car stereo and DVD
Player. Contact 225-
4112, 626-9264.
1 200 HP Yamaha
out board engine
working 1 18 000
watts diesel generator
working. Call 624-3667
or 612-6743.
PARTS for washers/
dryers thermostats,
knobs, belts, pumps,
motors, splines, etc.
Technicians available.
Call: 622-5776.
ONE business
premises in Lombard
Street must go. Heavy-
duty equipment spares
anda hardware items
(cheap). # 225-6477.
2 SURGING
machines, 2 Cover
Stitch machines. Visit:
122 Merriman's Mall,
Bourda. Call: 622-
4386/227-8538.
ATTENTION
Manufacturers! Hot
pepper -$200, Ib
(picked and grind),
ready for
m a n u f a c t u r i n g
Pinea ple available
also. # 226-0476.
1 FULLY GRILLED
concrete stall situated
in Bourda Market
beneath the office).
or further information
Call: 614-6804/619-
4815.
ONE Whirlpool air-
conditioner unit $35
000; one wooden baby
cradle with mattress -
$10 000. Phone: 614-
0209/226-7368.


10 CU. FT GE fridge,
2-burner gas stove, mi-
crowave oven, toaster
oven, Sony CD stereo -
reasonable. # 225-9528/
227-2252 -Ingrid or Mat.
1 FLOOR model
PLASTIC SEALING ma-
chine, 1 PORTABLE
ELECTRIC air compressor
in excellent condition Tel:
222-4507/623-7212
FREON Gas: 11, 12, 22,
502, 134A & 404A. Also
Nitrous Oxide, Argon Gas &
Helium for Balloons.
Phone 227-4857 8 am 4
pm), Mon. Fri.
ONE 150 HP & one 250
HP Yamaha Outboard
engines. Price $700,000
& $1,200,000. Also parts
for 150 HP & 250 HP. Call
629-6651 anytime.
ONE snackette
currently ope ra.t,i,,q, in
-t cr, 'cTm-p rising selling
area, kitchenette and
dining area. Serious enq.
Tel. 277-0307.
MIXED BREED PUPS.
TEL. 225-7554
POOL tables local
and foreign with slates,
including cloth, balls,
pocket, rubber, etc.
Contact Naka, 64 Better
Hope. ECD. Tel. 220-
4298/617-6100.
ONE complete
second-hand engine and
gear box for Mazda T
3500 pick-up truck. Price
$100 000 negotiable.
Contact Tel. 225-0484/
225-0480.
OXYGEN and
Acetylene Gases, fast and
efficient service. 10 -11
Mc Doom Public Road,
EBD. Phone 223-6533 (8
am 4 pm), Mon. to Fri.
(Sat. 8 am -12 noon).
1 HONDA pressure
washer, brand new; 2
drills; 1 saw; 1 Jialing
motorcycle, next to new; 1
amplifier; 1 truck pump; 1
battery charger: 1 bicycle.
Tel. 265-5876.
BAYLINDER speed
boat with Yamaha 115
hp outboard engine,
Kawasaki Jet Ski 750cc
with trailer, Baldor
rinding machine. Tel:
225-2873/629-2401/225-
2319
QUALITY SWEET PO-
TATOES available in
large quantities at very
good prices. Place your
orders early for prompt
delivery. Contact: 621-
0371/226-3563.
ENTERTAINMENT
Centre, 25" Sharp TV,
DVD player, Aiwa stereo,
mechanical tools, fans,
cassettes, Honda car
parts, cell phones, etc.
Owner leaving. # 626-
4104/615-7825.
HONDA power washer
3500 PSI with 13 hp en-
gine, Campbell Hausfeld
airless paint sprayer %
hp, Honda 5000 watts
key-start generator,
Yanmar diesel generator.
Tel: 225-2873/629-2401/
225-2319.
SKY Universal for the
best offer in Phillips digi-
tal dish. View up to 125
channels including Pay
Per View channels and
also Direct TV. Contact:
Gray on Tel. 227-6397/
227-1151 (0), 616-9563.
ONE Intel Celeron
MMX 466 MHZ computer
in excellent condition -
includes mouse,
keyboard, monitor, RW
CD drive, A drive,
Modem, network card,
etc. Call: Anthony #
222-5330/625-7090.
COMPUTER AMD
Duron processor. 1.11
GHZ 352 MB, CD Rom,
Webcam, speakers. mic,
printer and scanner, etc.
# 628-9084 Lindon,
614-5393/229-6563 (eve-
nings) Shivon.
CAUSTIC SODA: 55-
lb $3 600; Alum: 55 lb
$4 000; Soda Ash: 100
lb $8 000, Sulphuric
Acid: 45-Gal $35 000;
Granular Chlorine,
Chlorine Gas. Phone
227-4857 (8 am 4 pm)
Mon. to Fri.


ONE Dell 8300
Dimension computer
system. 1GB Ram,
2.4Ghz Processor, 250
GB Hard drive, 20-inch
monitor, DVD/CD
Writer. Also one (1) DV
Mini Camcorder w/
stand. Best offer is
accepted. 628-8600,
622-1600.
1 TL BEDFORD 500
truck, 1 Wadkin 4-head
moulder, 2 sharpeners,
1- Coats 4050A
vulcanising machine, 1 -
Drill press, 1 band saw,
1 mortiser, 1 metal
late (Metric & Imperial),
1 panel door router. Tel: 270-
6460/622-8124.
BRAND new 64" JVC
TV, SANI SERVE cone ma-
chine, Xerox 5028 plhoto-
copier, _Split,,,AC- Vir1et,
"Sharp 25"and 27" TVs,
Whirlpool, Hotpoint,
Fridgidaire, GE washing
machines. Tel: 225-2873/
225-2319/629-2401.
1 PERKINS gen set
70 kw, 4 cylinder 'turbo
engine, 440/220 volts 3
phase, 1 6 Hp water cool
lister engine, 1 4
cylinder air cool deut
engine with built on
hydraulic pump, 1 215
caterpillar excavator
swing table gear. All in
excellent condition. Call
624-2561 or 771-4187.
ONE (1) TEC Digital
Scale Printer ideal for
Supermarkets or Meat
Centres; One (1) Point of
Sale Cash Register
System includes Receipt
Printer, Bar Code
Scanner. CPU, Monitor,
Cash Drawer &
Programme. Four (4)
Chest freezers ideal for
storing meat. Cell 628-
2318: (home) 225-3015;
cell 613-9796.
WATCH AND
CALCULATOR BATTERIES -
MAXWELL SILVER OXIDE.
DON'T BUY INFERIOR,
INSIST ON MAXWELL
SILVER OXIDE. FITTED
FREE WHILE YOU WAIT.
GUYANA VARIETY STORE,
NUT CENTRE, 68 ROBB
STREET, LACYTOWN.
TEL: 226-4333/227-1228.
C 0 M P U T E R
Programmes from $1 500.
Any Windows, Office
2003, CorelDraw 12,
AutoCAD 2005,
QuickBooks Pro 2003,
Microsoft Encarta Deluxe
2004, Adobe Photoshop
CS8, Adobe Premiere 7,
Print Master Gold,
Pinnacle Easy Copy 8,
Spanish, Typing and
much more. We deliver.
Call: 222-5330/625-
709 0.
NEW SHIPMENT
RECONDITIONED
VEHICLES. CARS:
Sprinter AE 110, Starlet
Glanza Turbo EP 91,
Camry SV 40, Carina AT
192, Lancer CK 2A,
Convertible Toyota Cynos
Sports Coupe EL 54.
WAGONS: Corolla AE
100 G-Touring, Mitsubishi
RVR N 23 W fully
loaded. PICK-UPS: (4x4)
Toyota Hilux YN 100,
Used Carina AT 170, Mark
II GX 81. DEO MARAJ
AUTO SALES, 207
SHERIFF AND SIXTH
S T R E E T S ,
CAMPBELLVILLE. 226-
4939. A NAME AND A
SERVICE YOU CAN
TRUST.


1 BEDFORD
MODEL M TRUCK.
TEL: 455-2303.
ONE Toyota Hilux
Double Cab 4x4. Tel:
226-1629.
1 NISSAN Cara-
van E 24. excellent
condition. Tel. #
220-4782
ONE Bedford TL 7-
ton lorry (not dump).
Tel: 227-1923/616-
5679.
ONE 2000 Yamaha
RI going cheap, legal
documents 226-6527 /
623-3122.


100cc JIALING
motorbike excellent
condition -$120 000. Call:
625-4279.
1 TOYOTA Celica GT
Sport. Fully-kitted. $1.5M
neg. 222-3460/617-4975.



IN GOOD CONDITION
Check your mechanic

Price: $2.5 M negotiable



TOYOTA Corona ST
170 AC, mag rims, good
working condition. Tel.
220-0539.
.. o mini
bus excellent condition,
with music and mags.
Phone 627-6242.
EXCELLENT 192 CARINA -
NEW YORK STYLE.
KEYHOMES 223-4267.
1 NISSAN (Cherry,
Laurel. Stanza) 1 Honda
Accord. Tel: # 220-9245
Buddy.
AT 170 CARINA stick
gear $750 000. Tel: 223-
6218 (David), 226-5546/623-
7805
TOYOTA TT 130 in
excellent condition, music
set, etc. Tel: 220-7419/220-
7165.
4-WD RANGE Rover -
Land Rover with alloy rims &
Sony CD player. Priced to go.
# 621-7445.
1 MITSUBISHI Canter
(3 tons), enclosed. Con-
tact Tel. # 263-5404 after
16:00 hrs, 618-9602, any-
time.
ONE Land Rover
Defender four-wheel drive,
long base, mint condition.
Tel. 619-9536 or 616-6669.
1-TOYOTA Tacoma in
excellent condition.
Calling $2.7M (neg). Tel. #
233-2415; cell 624-6505.
ONE Toyota 4-Runner,
V6 engine, in excellent
condition with music and
mags. Tel. 623-4614/227-
7309.
1 TOYOTA Marino.
stick shift, fully loaded
with DVD, etc. Call Raj
220-7099/613-1648.
1 TOYOTA Corolla
AE 100 car PJJ 3157,
like new. Priced to
sell. Phone: 220-4523.
ONE (1) GT Turbo
Toyota Starlet
(automatic). Contact
Johnny. Tel. 227-
6048. Cell 619-7225.
(1) FORD cargo cab
very good condition.
Price $155 000 neg.
Call 220-1068. Ask for
Ally.
ONE TT 131 CO-
RONA in good condition
mag rims, stick gear,
tape deck. Tel: 626-
6837 after hours #
220-4316.
ONE AA 60 Carina,
in excellent working
condition, needs body
work tape deck, AC
etc. Tel. 617-4063/225-
0236.
1 AE 82 COROLLA
car AC, sound system.
etc., perfect condition.
Call: 227-8361/618-8283.
Owner leaving country.
NISSAN Bluebird
(Delux), PJJ series with
AC, mags and music set,
excellent condition.
Contact 264-3142, 618-
3778_
ONE (1) Toyota
Tacoma, automatic 4-
wheel drive, extra cab
pick-up. $2 8M neg. Tel.
# 220-7430/629-4979.
2 SUNNY Nissan in
perfect working condition.
Price $600,000
negotiable. Contact Sase
Naraine. ; 227-3540.
ONE Celica Sports
car PAA 4888, in
excellent condition.
Contact: J Printery. Tel.
# 333-5602 or # 615-
9321 .


ONE (1) Nissan
Cabstar Canter truck in
good condition for
sale. Price negotiable.
Tel: 613-6979/618-
4239.
1 Nissan Bluebird
car in working
condition. Price $200
000 neg. Contact Fancy
- 444-5547/626-3819.
2 TOYOTA 4 X 4
pick-ups in very good
condition. Price neg.
Contact 225-6759
during working hours,
274-0418 after 5 pm.
1 AT 140 CORONA -
in excellent condition,
no oil leak, engine
overhauled, good tyres,
stick gear. Contact:
Mohan
,- 45bllLUX Single
Cab pick-up left-hand
drive, in good working
condition $750 000,
neg. Contact: Ameer. Tel: 227-
5238/622-8321.
1 4x4 RN Model,
Single Cab, 4-Wheel
Drive. 22 R engine,
double Dess front and
back: 1 Chevy car.
Contact Tel. # 222-5094.
TOYOTA Carina 212,
Toyota Carina 192, 2 -
generators: (1) diesel. (1)
gas 6 250 Watts, 110/220
Volts. Tel: 629-6464. Ask
for Sir Ken.
1 DUMP truck. 1 -
water tender and 330
Timber Jack Skidder all
are in good working con-
dition. For more informa-
tion Contact: 264-2946.


1 ARTICULATED

LOCALLY BUILT LOW

BED TRAILER (21.5' x 8')

CAN BE TOWED BY

TRACTOR/TRUCK-

$900,000 (NEGOTIABLE).

CONTACT



FOR immediate sale 1
Toyota Starlet EP 71
Turbo S. Excellent
condition, PGG series.
$650 000 negotiable.
Owner migrating. Call
628-1960.
ONE (1) Toyota Vista,
PHH Series, fully
powered, alarm.
automatic, excellent
condition, owner driven.
Priced to go. Contact
226-0923 or 623-8384.
ONE (1) TOYOTA
Hiace Super GL 14-seater
mini bus diesel engine,
four (4)-wheel drive dual
air conditioned, CD deck,
BJJ 1995. Call 225-5274/
226-7665.
TWO Kawasaki Ninjas,
ZX 600, excellent
condition. One owner.
One $495 000. Other cat
eyes, helmets,
accessories. No
reasonable offer refused.
Phone 223-1885.
AA 60 CARINA very
good condition $500
00, neg. # 227-4040/
628-0796.ONE 10-ton
dump truck in good con-
dition GEE 8504.
Call: 627-4690 or 621-
5633.
1 TOYOTA Surf. 1 -
600 Genesis cycle -
good working condition.
Contact: Mr. A. King on
Tel. # 622-7628/225-
4443 or 95 Costello H/
Scheme. Cemetery
Road.
AT 192 CARINA, EP
82 Starlet, AE 100
Sprinter, Toyota
Tacoma Pickup (2003),
AT 170 Carina, AE 91
Sprinter. Amnar 226-
9691/72834/621-6037.
TWO (2) fully
powered Long Base RZ
mini-buses '- B H H &
BJJ series, chrome
mag rims, CD players,
etc., excellent
condition. Must be
sold. Call: 222-5013
or # 220-3653.


1 TOYOTA EP 82
Starlet two doors,
automatic, power
windows, AC, CD play er,
spoiler, mags, immacu ate
condition $950 000.
227-4040/628-0796/616-
7840.
1 TOYOTA 4 Runner
(2)-door left hand drive.
ully P/W CD, mags, crash
bar. Excellent condition
quick sale $950 000,
Tel. David 223-6218
612-4477, after 4 pm
231-3690.
TOYOTA 22 R Single
Cab pick-up, Nissau
Serena, diese turbo mini
van, Mitsubishi RVR turbo
Contact: ARK Enterprise
(The Conta ine.rJ- '"rZ
2- T3-3-2.
1 TOYOTA (Surf) 3V
engine, manual gear box
power windows, AC, PH'.
series and immaculate.
condition $2.3M, neg.;
150 Ford Xtra Cab 199
Model $3.3M. Tel: 22
4040/628-0796/616-7841
TOYOTA Corona AT 1;
- manual transmission
lately resprayed $42
000, neg otiable; 1
Nissan Sunny B 12
automatic, resprayed
$400 000, negotiable
Owner leaving. # 626
4104/615-7825.
TOYOTA Celica ST 202
and Nissan Maxima SE -AC.
central locking, power
windows, sunroof, CD player,
anti-lock brakes, rims, alarm.
etc. Prices negotiable. Call:
Roland # 616-4660/226.
6222/220-2142.
YAMAHA R1 cat eye -
$1,000,000. Priced to go;
Yamaha XT 600cc dirt bike.
Yamaha four-wheel Ban-
shee Sports bike, Honda
250cc Rebel, Honda 90cc
ladies. Tel: 225-2873/629-
2401/225-2319.
GMC Sierra Extra Cab
diesel 4x4 (1998) pick-up
GHH series, like new;
Land Rover 110 County -
Turbo diesel, Mazda
Double Cab 4x4 pick-up -
PHH series. Tel: 225-
2873/629-2401/225-2319.
TOYOTA pick-up 2Y
engine $450 000; Toyota
Tacoma never
Registered; Toyota
Tacoma fully loaded.
GJJ series; Isuzu truck -
AC, power steering.
Central Auto Sales #
614-8908.
ONE Mitsubishi Gallant
excellent condition, fully
powered, left-hand drive,
2000cc. Price $800 000.
neg. Tel: 622-4079 or 220-
8253 Afraz.
Toyota 4x4 double
cab pick Diesel engine
priced for quick sale RZ
Toyota mini bus. mags,
music EFI. Priced for
quick sale 3 ton Canter
GHH series. Open back.
Priced for quick sale. 444-
3836. Peter.
1 AE 81 TOYOTA
Corolla in excellent
condition, automatic.
music. AC, HA series.
Price $500 000 neg.
Contact Tel. # 231-5850
or 641-1868. Anytime
inspection can be
arranged.
ONE Mitsubishi
Lancer with 17" wheels.
full crystal lights,
performance exhaust and
air filter, Indiglow gauge,
CD player with speakers,
etc., PJJ series.
immaculate condition.
Call: Vijay # 225-822r
or 616-2495.
(1) MODEL M
Bedford 4x4 truck $400
000: (1) Toyota 2-WD 1991
pick-up LHD -$350 000;
(1) 10-ton trailer $150
000; (1) Jialing 100cc
scooter CD 546 $60
000. # 225-7063/225-
3763.
Ov AUTOMATIC bus -
$4<- :wn Ace. Lite
Ace, RZ buses: Nissan
Caravan. Contact Pete's
Auto Sales 226-6218/
612-4477/623-7805. Lot
10 Croal Street. Stabroek
or Lot 2 George St.


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A GRANDE Mark 1 CONTRACT CARS.
GX ,0, GX80; 212 CALL: 223-1160.
Carina: SN 40 C,.. AT ONE TUTOR TO
192 Carina .E 100 TEACH FORM 3
Corolla and Sprinter: AT STUDENT. TEL: 629-
170 Carina and Corona: 4679.
AE 91 Corolla and
Sprinter: AT 150 Corona ONE CARE TAKER
and Carina; AE 81 NEEDED. CONTACT
Corolla; Nissan Century TEL: 225-7643 .......
FB 12 Sunny: ET 176 NOT WORKING
wagon; KT 147 wagon REMOTE TELEVISIONS.
Contact Pete's Auto CALL: 265-3050.
Sales 226-9951/223- 1- LIVE- IN
621 8/61 2-4477/623- Domestic age 35 -
7805. Lot 10 Croal 40 yrs. Contact 225-
Street or Lot 2 George 4403.
and Hadfield Streets.
ONE Cook to make
TOYOTA Raum 4 x 4 purl & egg balls.
(looks like RAV 4), excel- Contact: 226-6649 -
lent condition, PHH se- opposite GPHC,
ries $2.8M: Toyota Surf ONE Cook to work
- -AU, ". n'ew tyres, on East Coast near
(burgundy), manual ~-3'iTef ITel' 259-
$2.4M; Toyota Tundra ---- .. ------
(2002 model), automatic, WE NEED business
Xtra cab $5.8M; Ford space to rent (for
Explorey wagon 4 x 4 restaurant). Contact t:
$1.8M; 2 x 4 Nissan pick up Ken # 624-1800.
$600 000; Ford F 150 Xtra LAND or old
cab pick up, PJJ series property in
$3.3M; Toyota Tacoma Xtra Georgetown between
cab, automatic and manual $2M & $8M. Tel: 624-
pick-up. K & N Auto Sales, 1800 Ken.
227-4040/628-0796. ONE TRUC K AN D
TOYOTA Short Base VAN DRIVER. TEL. NO.
4x4 (enclosed) Land 226-0204/227-3432.
Cruiser very good EXPERIENCE NEEDED.
condition $800 000 AGE 30 35.
Toyota Tacoma Xtra GIRLS with over 5
Cab 4x4 pick-up 1999 yrs. Factory experi-
Model, digital dash yrs o e xe
board, (automatic and ence to assemble la-
fully powered), mint dies garments. Call
condition $3.4M; Sha.rmie 225-2598.
Toyota Hilux Xtra Cab WORKING female to
(diesel). 1998 Model, share two (2)-bedroom
automatic, (3L engine) apartment Tel 615-
$3.4M; Toyota SR 5839 or 233-2541.
Xtra Cab 4x4 pick-up 589.or 2354....
(automatic), GHH series 1 DOMESTIC to
$1.6M; Honda CRV in work 3 days a week
very good condition between ages 20 and
$2.8M;- Toyota Ray 4 25 yrs. ID Card
fully works up $3.6M; required Call 23-1-
Toyota Thundra year 7859.
2002 Model $5.9M; 7 .
Toyota Land Cruiser 1 LIVE-IN Maid -
19 7 Model, 25- 30 yrs. from
immaculate condition country area. Contact
$8.5M. We also have Ram or Silvie 52
other 4x4 vehicles in Evan St., 226-7189.
stock. K and N A uto .... -.. . ......- -.
Sales # 227-4040/628- PAYING CASH for
0796/616-7840. scrap iron. Price $11
AT 212 CARINA- PHH 500 (depends on
series, one owner $1 quality). Call 612-
850 000; AT 192 Carina 8684/618-7939/641-
PHH and PJJ series 7399.
$1.5M. neg.; AE 100 PAYING CASH for
Sprinter $1.3M:
Mitsubishi Lancer PHH scrap ironPrice $6
series $1.7M: SV 40 000 (depends on
Camry (one owner) quality). Call 612-
S1.7M; AT 170 Corona 8684/61 8-7939/64 1 -
and Carina $800 000; 7399.
AT 192 Carina 1 DRIVER for 4 x
manual, one owner 4 vehicle. Must have
$1.31M: Toyota Ceres -
'PHH series $1.4M, neg.; experience i interior
B 12 Sunny -$550000: FB driving. Apply to 279
14 Sunny $12M: SV 30 Forshaw Street, Q
Camry 17 chrome. mags, town .
PGG series. (immaculate) COOKS and d
$1.5M; Toyota Starlet Cleaners. Waiter and
GT Turbo automatic, Waitress Contact: C&S
skirt kit. 15" mags Waitress. Contact: C
S1.2M; AT 140 Corona Restaurant, 28 Sheriff
(manual) $500 000: & FirstI Street.
Toyota Celica ZR 16- Campb.e.l.lv le ... ......
valve, EFI, automatic, REGENT STREET.
i.mint condition) E S T A B L I S H E D
1.3M: Toyota Mark II COMMERCIAL
wagon mags. AC, BUILDING. HUMPHREY
'manual) $975 000: BUILDING. HUMPHREY
KT 147 wagon $675 NELSON'S REALTY.
000. K & N Auto Sales TEL: 226-8937.
# 227-4040/628-0796/ ON E Arc and
6 6- ......7840. Acetylene W elder.
MITSUBISHI RVR Must know grill work.
N23W, Toyota Hiace RZH Contact: 21 Broad
112 mini-bus, Toyota Street. Charlestown.
-Hiiux Surf YN 130 & Tel 225-2835
iRZN 185, Toyota Hilux -- -------
RZN 174, Toyota Ipsum 2 BOYS to work at
5XM10, Toyota Hilux Ex- business place, live-in
tra Cab LN 172 & LN a c c o m m o d a t i o n
170. RAV 4 SXA11, Co- provided. Call 228-
rolla & Sprinter AE 110 2480/229-2997/61 3-
& AE 100. Mitsubishi 8554.___
Truck FE 537, Toyota 2-, ATR -S -E-a
Hilux Double Cab RZN 2 WAITRESSES at
167, Carina AT 212, Open Door Pool Hall in
onda CRV RDI, Mark II Bel Air, next to Texaco
3X 100 & GX 90, Toyota Gas Station. Contact:
Hilux Single Cab LN 167 623-2140.
& LN 106, Toyota Land URGENT Heavy-
Cruiser Prado VZJ 95 & duty Operators and
RZJ 120, Toyota Hilux 2x4 Diesel Mechanics.
YN 86 and many more ApI to Seereeram
other cars. Please Call or Apply to S eereeran of
come into our office Bros. Ltd.. Garden of
Rose Ramdehol Auto Eden. EBD.
Sales, 226 South Road, ONE Mathematics
Bourda, Georgetown Of- Tutor to tea ch
fice. Tel: 226-8953/226- Cambridge Exam
I 1973/227-3185. Fqx: syllabus. Please
227-3185. '" iu Contact Telephone #
the best b...ua. ,au 624-2921 or 226-3414.
deserve the best. RD5,
C.?V Honda Jeep, SALESCLERKS ,
ZCA26, RAV 4, MCU 0 boys and girls. Apply
Harrier Prado, Land in person with written
Cruiser, RZJ95 Prado, application to: TSING
RVR Jeep N23W. TAO Store, 34 Robb
Street, Bourda.


DRIVERS and IASSISIANT to Pro --
Coi tr ct car waolted I ductllI M nK, M
for 24 hrs taxi chine Operator to work
service Cointac ft eight shilt and 1 -Machne
Pacesetters Taxi Opei ator to work day.
Service- 2-23-/909, Call: 615-9752 between
223-7910. 13:00 and 16:00 hrs.
SALESGIR L, D NER /
kitchen staff, live-in -IANDYMAN for private M
area. Nazeerna Delir en e.Apl M cLean carving
- 318 East St., N/C/ person National
Burg, 226-9654/618- Hardware (Guyana) f r
290 2. Limited. 17 19A Water a nam e for
_..... -- -. --- -SIr.. .. .. SStreel, S outh
APARTMENTS Cu mmingsburbI g i r T
flats, houses to rent Georgetown.
Sfromn $25 000 to himself in T&T
US$2500 in/arounrd MAJOR Trading
Georgetown. Prestige Company seeks Office
Realty 231-5304. Assistants. Miinimurn (Please turntopage31) ful to the club's owner John
PROPERTIES for qualification: CXC Maths (Pas turWilliamsandpresidentDarold
rental or sale. and English Grade Ill.
Available client. s Computer knowledge here for the GT Cobras team Mohabir.
Contact: Sonja Realty desired but not is also a member of that The league championship
- # 225-7197/623- compulsory. Application North East Stars team which has four rounds of competition
E mnai: to: Personnel Manager,
TA Drivers.t D Lama Avenue Bel acquired for good the broth- with the professional grouping
i n per so nI tro :T # e # 225-9404or_ ers Clinton and Anton Wolfe, of National Army, Morvant
Manager, Safe wa y 1 FEMALE Ac 'oTrinfdad~ "e~terann f Fire, Caledonia, W. Connection,
Taxi Service, 5 Camp counts Clerk with CXC Trinidad, veteran natiu-. wrtntrik-
St.. Georgetown (next English Maths Ac goalkeeper Trevor ers, Jabloteh the 2003 League
2to Keishar s). Tel. counts. (2) years work- Nottingham and St winners, South West Drillers
ing experience, able to Vincentian Kendall Bellings. and North East Stars.
C a s h i e r, o n e i work independently with Nixon was able to score a The F.A Cup is different as
Cashi on e 9 limited supervision. Ap-
watchniean for A y ply to: Alabama Trading, record 33 goals after Harris was winners from other tourna-
residen ce. Aplyhs Georgetown Ferry Stellin9 brought down in the final game ments, outside the professional
electronic Wod 225-5800/225-3809. against the national Army and ranks qualify for what
Re gent S t r e e t.- -- - Nixon was asked to attempt to Guyanese know as a Champi-
GeoSecurity Guards and Ice get the record by scoring, ons of Champions tournament,

S Plant Operators. Must Nixon was also named the along with the eight professional
have (2) recent Refer- Most Valuable Player in atoss- clubs.
e dance, valdent Poification up with team-mate Guyanese The FA Cup, which was
Rand NIS cards. Apply in Charles Pollard who got another held up at the latter part of
EXPERIENCED DRIVER person to: The Manager, outstanding season, last year due to national
BM Enterprise Inc., GFL With all those honours commitments with a number
BETWEEN50-60 YRS OLD Bank Demerara East McLean is a strong candidate of players, is to resume this
S WANTED MOST UR- for Coach-of-the-Year in the year and coach McLean hopes
rFOR LIGHT DUTIES GENTLY 5 TO 10 ACRES Trinidad and Tobago profes- that his boys, after securing
OF UNCULTIVATED LAND sional football circuit, a win in their first round, will
PLEASANT PERSONALITY POSSESSED OF SEA- The team has now acquired win and hold on firmly to

EXCELLENT SALARY PARIKA TO VREED-EN- full sponsorship from National earn the status of double
HOOP, ALSO AT ANY PART Quarries and McLean is grate- champions.
IOF EAST BANK OF
DEMERARA, TRANSPORT.
MUST BE FREE OF COM-
PLICATION. TELEPHONE u ]
TRUCK Drivers for 226-8937. C S
Haulers. MusI have
truck and tractor Ii- WANTED FOR RUN- Pleae contact:
cences, Police Clear- NING OF CHINESE RES-
ance and two (2) Refer- TAURANT CLEAN HY- Mr. G. Wynter on 333-3154/333-6628
ences needed. Tel: GIENIC COMMERCIAL
226-6744 or 225-0679 SECTOR AT BUSY AREA. or Mr. Clifford Stanley on 618-6538/232-0065
E X P E R I E N C E D NOT AT A MADDENING
Hairdresser. Must thave RENTAL HUMPHREY
clients. Call Xpressions NELSON'S REALTY 226- V
Full Service Salon, 226- 8937 ALSO PURCHASING rs
7268 or come in to 248 WISE OFFICE BUILDING CHURCH View Hotel, TV/VCR Repairs.
Forshaw & Oronoqiue AT DOWNTOWN Main and King Streets, NA. Rosignol Market Stelling
Sts.. Queenstownoque GEORGETOWN TELE- Tel: 333-2880. Gift Flower Road. Telephone # 621-
ONE Manager to work PHONE HUMPHREY and Souvenir Shop, Main & 2256
at HoNel & Nirht Club NELSON'S 226-8937. Vryheid Streets, # 333-3927. .


Mvl u s have experience
and a valid Police
Clearance. Contact:
Hotel Purple Heart on
Tel. # 225-2535.
TWO live-in
Donestics between the
ages of 17 and 20 years
from the country areas.
Also one live-in boy to
do Handyman work
around yard and bond. #
621-4928.
EXPERIENCED
Salesgirls and
hlandyboys. Apply with
written application to
Regent Household
Electronic at 143 Regent
Road, Bourda.
Telephone 227-4402.
EX PERIENCED
Cashiers. Rot 11 Pur i
Makers, Cleaner. Apply in
person with written
application Hack's Halaal
Restaurant. 5 Commerce
Street, G/town. 9 am i
11 am.
GENERAL Domestic -
full-time, Monday to
Friday, 09:00 to 17:00 h -
to work at 220 Camp
Street, Salary: $5 000,
weekly. Contact: Samad -
Tel: 615-9942 or 225-
5026.
FLATS BETWEEN -
$35 000 & $45 000.
Houses between $45 000
& US$2 500. Ready
quality tenants
available. MENTORE/
SINGH REALTY: 225-
1017/623-6136.
ONE Mechanic to
work in interior. Must
have experience with
Bedfords & Perkins en-
gines. All accommoda-
tions provided. Call
624-2659/624-2653/223-
1609.


G U Y A N A
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
37 CROAL STREET
(opposite Banks DIH
Camp Site). PHONE:
227-3339. We presently
have vacancies for the
following: Pharmacist
(male), live-in Caretaker
(family). Bond
Supervisor, Roti'/Puri
Black Pudding Maker,
Office Clerk, Labourers.
Block Makers, live-in
Domestic and Industrial
Electricians. There are
NO COSTS attached to
you or fees to be paid
upon employment.


MINI-BUS (PEE series) -
$450 000, neg. Available for
inspection at Matadeen's Store,
Albion. Tel: 225-0827 or 225-
6807.



CIRCUIT City Internet
Cafe and Computer School,
Lot 2 D'Edward '.'ill.a e 'A'
C/B. All Internet i i,: .r.::
photocopying, Scanning
and Fax Services. Tel.
330-2762/2830 or 625-
7189.



One Ransom 3-Disc
Plough, one pair MF 35-
cage wheel, one 35 MF back
blade, one steel rake Call
Tel: 333-3460
OXYGEN and acetylene
industrial gases. # 58 Village,
Corenlyne, Berbice. Phone:
338-2221 (David Subnauth).
3-STOREYED building
located in New Amsterdam:
pool tables, ice maker
machine, 1 complete gym, 1
- Lister generator. Call: 333-
2457/231-5171.
1 LITTLE Giant dragline
with 371 engine: 1 48" x 36" pitch
propeller; :1) 3W'" dia. x 13 ft 6
ins. propeller shaft; 1 Perkins
marine with transmission; 1 -
Bedford engine block with
standard crank shaft and head;
all sizes of 3-phase motors;
cutting torch; one complete
as elding set; one 371
M 6e0ngine,. Tel: 333-
3226.


DANZIE'S: Brand
name footwear for all.
Stall # D 9 N/A Market.
Tel: 333-4685



UPPER flat of two-
storeyed building for
business purposes -
located in Coburg Street
(next to Police
Headquarters). Call
Telephone # 618-6634.



WOODWORKS Door
Store, panel doors,
cupboard doors, windows
and mouldings. Pitt Street
& Republic Road, N/A.
Tel.333-2558.



PRIME business
property located at Main
and Kent Streets, New
Amsterdam. Call: 225-
7747, weekdays,
1 3-STOREYED
building, newly built in the
heart of New Amsterdam,.
Price reduced drastically,
Call 333-2457, 337-2348,
(1) 2-BEDROOM house
at Whim, Corentyne price -
US$40 000. Phone: 220-
6115. Ideal for
businessperson or law yer
2-STOREY prime
residential property situated
in CanefieId Cane Public
Road. Price $20 million,
negotiable. Contact Tel,
327-7164.


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INTERNATIONAL Olympic Committee (IOC) President
Jacques Rogge endorsed Kenya's proposed bid for the 2016
Summer Games as he wound up his five-day tour of the
country yesterday.
"Kenya has good weather and good facilities which they
used to host the All African Games in 1987 and the
administrative ability to host the Games," Rogge told Reuters
in the north Rift Valley provincial town of Eldoret after a visit
to IOC member and National Olympic Committee of Kenya
(NOCK) chairman Kipchoge Keino's home
"If they place a bid for the Games, yes the IOC will
support them."
The Minister for Sport Ochillo Ayacko caused a stir on
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the 2016 Olympics.
Rogge initially said he was surprised by the
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Joice Clarke. Lidia Fraser, Alphanso,
Trim, Bernadette Av'rni


Cheryl Morgan, Secretary General Dorathy Fraser and
staff of the Red Cross, Sister Parks, Sis sampson,
Pastor Massiah and Assanah, Ironci Blackman, Pastor
Norton of Lamaha Park Ciur lJi of Chriist, M.vliil D L i.-.
Mr Leslie David, Management & staff of Guyana
Chronicle.
" Perhaps you sent a lovely card, or sat quietly in a
chair. Perhaps you spoke the
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thought of us that day. Whatever you did to console our
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SWe. Pastor Paulette Hannibal, the Diaconate
and other members of the Arundel
Congregational Church, Buxton Village, wish
i to express gratitude to all those persons and
organizations who were kind enough to
contribute in any way to the success of our
observance of the 160"' Anniversary of the
church.
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blessings on them and look forward to their
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their sympathy and give their
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In Memoriam
Remembering with cherished memories my beloved husband RALPH REGINALD
BASSOO of Lot'F' Better Hope, South, East Coast Demerara, who died on January 19, 4L 0 u 4
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Two years have passed You were caring We shared dreams and secrets together
No words, however kind can erase Because of your love, you will always be I love you and miss you dearly and you will always be inmy heart
The sadness in my heart in our hearts There is no replacement when tears of love are broken and loved
Or give me peace of mind We are the remembers Ones have to part
In the loss of my beloved one who shared The people left behind i Itleaves a broken heart that no words, no flowers of tears can heal
my life To keep the one who's gone from us Mayyou, soul rest in peace
They took your life and destroyed ours Alive in heart and minrd. we will always n Sadly and deeply missed by your husband Ramnaresh
You were our source of joy and be i\ I' Rangasamy aka Nar. your mother and father Mr. & Mrs.
happiness Chatterpaul Persaud aka Rene and Paul of USA, brothers
Deeply missed and will be forever remembered by your dear wife Shireen, son Chris Eshwar Kaswar and Harramsammy Rangaof USA, father in law akand mother-
two brothers Ronald and Roy, five sisters Maureen, Agness, Monica, Marcie and Pin-law Mr. & Mrs. Ramsammy Rangasamy aka Morris and
Debbie, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friend.Poolo of Canada, sister-in-law Ambeka of Canada and other
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Januarvi 15I1995.
Ten (101 years have passed since thatsad
Wnen my nephew Robert was called to
te miss you Robert, we talk about you
often
,lus wishing your absence wasa dream,
Foievr remembered by his Auntie
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Staniey. (4).t lir dughters Ri6, Dingo,
SJenny. Anita; Kenneth, your friend and
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411-8)
M.Trescothick c Boucher b Steyn 16
A.Strauss c Kallis b Pollock 147
R.Key c Smith b Ntini 83
M.Vaughan not out 82
G.Thorpe c Dippenaar b Ntini 0
M.Hoggard c De Villiers b Ntini 5
A.Flintoff c Smith b Ntini 2
G.Jones c Smith b Pollock 2
A.Giles c Gibbs b Steyn 26
S.Harmison not out 30
Extras (lb-13 nb-5) 18
Total (for eight wickets,
declared, 124 overs) 411
Fall of wickets: 1-45 2-227 3-262 4-
263 5-273 6-275 7-278 8-329
To bat: J.Anderson
Bowling: Pollock 33-12-81-2, Ntini
34-8-111-4, Steyn 21-7-75-2 (nb-2),
Kallis 22-2-79-0 (nb-2), Boje 14-2-52-
0 (nb-1)
SOUTH AFRICA first innings
G.Smith Ibw b Hoggard 29
H.Gibbs not out 136
J.Rudolph c Giles b Hoggard 4
J.Kallis b Hoggard 33
B.Dippenaar c Trescothick
b Flintoff 0
A.de Villiers c Giles b Hoggard 19
M.Boucher c Strauss
b Anderson 64
S.Pollock not out 0
Extras (b-1 lb-7 nb-8 w-5) 21
Total (for six wickets, 91 overs) 306
Fall of wickets: 1-64 2-75 3-1384-149
5-1846-304
To bat: N.Boje, M.Ntini, D.Steyn
Bowling (to date): Hoggard 25-2-
101-4 (nb-4),:Harmison 12.5-4-25-0
(nb-2), Anderson 21-3-84-1 (w-5),
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S.Matsikenyeri
b Enamul Haque jnr 51
B.Rogers b Enamul Haquejnr 29
D.Ebrahim Ibw
b Enamul Haque jnr 12
H.Masakadza c Aftab Ahmed
b Tapash Baisya 43
B.Taylor Ibw b Enamul Haque jnr 2
T.Taibu not out 85
E.Chigumbura
c Mohammad Ashraful
b Tapash Baisya 34
T.Panyangara c Khaled Mashud
b Mashrafe Mortaza 21
G.Cremer b Enamul Haque jnr 1
D.Hondo b Enamul Haque jni 9
C.Mpofu c Mohammad Ashraful
b Enamul Haque jnr 0
Extras (lb-6 b-4 nb-1) 11
Total (all out, 118 overs) 298
Fall of wickets: 1-65 2-96 3-107 4-
111 5-171 6-221 7-257 8-262 9-298
Bowling: Tapash Baisya 22-7-67-
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BANGLADESH first innings
Javed Omar c Taibu b Hondo 34
Nafis lqbal c Taibu b Hondo 28
Habibul Bashar b Hondo 10
Mohammad Ashraful Ibw
b Hondo 5
Rajin Saleh c Masakadza
b Cremer 24
Aftab Ahmed c Matsikenyerl
b Hondo 0
Khaled Mashud b Hondo 0
Mohammad Rafique c Ebrahim
b Masakadza 56
Mashrafe Mortaza not out 4
Tapash Baisya not out 0
Extras (Ib-3 nb-5) 8
Total (for eight wickets, 63 overs) 169
To bat: Enamul Haque jnr
Fall of wickets: 1-58 2-71 3-84 4-85 5-
103 6-107 7-132 8-168
Bowling: Panyangara 13-5-31-0
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The Government of Guyana (GOG) with the support of the European
Union has allocated funds towards infrastructure rehabilitation in
Region 10 which includes rehabilitation of Millie's Hide-Out Road
that runs from the junction of Millie's Hide-Out located on the
Mackenzie/Linden Highway to Friendship on the West Bank of the
Berbice River approximately 74.7 kilometers (46.4 miles) in length.

Under this component, a feasibility study will be carried out to
determine the social and economic benefits of this project.

The Project is being implemented by LEAP (Project 8 APC GUA
009).

LEAP now invites consultants with the relevant experience to submit
proposals for consultancy service.

Terms of Reference may be uplifted at LEAP Office at Casaurina
Drive, Mackenzie, Linden.

Proposals must be deposited at LEAP's Office on or before Monday,
February 21 'at 14:00 hours.

Proposals must be addressed to:

The International Manager
Linden Economic Advancement Programme
Casaurina Drive
Mackenzie
Linden
Or
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(overnight 102-3)
T. Maraj c Wilkinson b Bennett 99
S. Ganga c wk Browne b Hurley 10
*D. Ganga c Wilkinson
b Collymore 22
L. Simmons b Bennett 16
I. Jan c Wilkinson b Collymore 99
S. Babwah Ibw b Hurley 0
+D. Ramdin Ibw b Collymore 7
R. Kelly c wk Browne b Smith 0
D. Mohammed c Hurley
b Collymore 1
A. Jaggernauth not out 1
K. Lynch c Richards b Smith 0
Extras (bl11, lbl., nb3) 25
TOTAL (all out, 1i2,5 overs) 280
Vks fell at: 26,67; 3, 255, 255, 274,
277,278,279,1280,


Bowling: Collymore 23-8-50-4 (nb3),
Bennett 21-7-38-2, Hurley 39-12-95-
2, R.Nurse 21-6-43-0, Smith 4.5-0-6-
2, M. Nurse 2-0-6-0, Graham 2-0-20-
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M. Nurse c Simmons
b Jaggernauth 39
D. Richards not out 54
K. Wilkinson not out 21
Extras (bl, Ib4, wl) 6
TOTAL (1 wk, 35 overs) 120
To bat: *S. Campbell, D. Smith, S.
Graham, +P. Browne, R. Hurley, R.
Nurse,J. Bennett, C. Collymore.
Bowling: Kelly 7-0-32-0, Lynch 7-1-
26-0 (wl), Jaggernauth 11-1-30-1,
Mohammed 5-1-17-0, S. Ganga 5-2-
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THE name Jimmy McLean is
well known to football circles
in Guyana, but recently he
has niched a name for him-
self in the football nation of
Trinidad and Tobago.
He has coached the North
East Stars professional team to
a rare feat, being current hold-
ers of the FA Cup and Profes-
sional League titles.
.W McLean is a mentor of a
group of .youngsters who be-
came known as Topp XX and
had jetted to the top of football
in Guyana at the start of the
1990s.
In :1992, in their first year
at this lewel, they won both the
Upper :Demerara Division One
League title and the NBIC Na-
tional club championship, be-
coming the youngest club to
have achieved ti: Ic.ii
B'. I'B%1'3. u nhN MIcL-an as
coach; Topp XX had supplied
nine plaicr to the Guyana In-
ter-Guijana football team in
Sunnani'.
11 .as as a result of
McLean's belief about training
,',uhg pla er,. He started with
youth camps for the pre-teen
and teenage players and because


of this, today, he is urging the
authorities to "get the school
programmes running properly".
The biggest break in
McLean's devoted coaching ca-
reer has come, following years
of dedication working with
players at the Under-9, -11, -13.
-16 and senior levels in his
hometown of Linden and its en-
virons. He currently does work
with two schools in Trinidad
and Tobago, apart from his pro-
fessional assignment.
McLean had also taken
youth players to Trinidad and
Tobago in 1997 and 1998, and
by 2003 he was recommended
by two players, whom he hlad
taken into his care from their
early beginnings Carey
Harris and Kayode
McKinnon.
These players actually rec-
ommended that McLean take
over as head coach of the one-
year-old North East Stars, a
team they were playing for in
2003, out of Sande Grande.
McLean accepted and jour-
neyed to the Twin Island Re-
public to coach a team that was
losing a lot of matches in the
pro circuit.
What did he do? According
to him in an exclusive interview


with Chronicle Sport. "I went
to the team with a different
brand and approach".
From then the team stai'ted
winning and became contenders
in 2003. He said one has tq in-


vest in the youths and not
choose a player based on a one-
time showing but see them come
through the ranks.


In 2003, North East won
the FA Cup Knockout champi-
onship, was third in the pro
*league after looking good in all
the matches and lost, only los-
ing twice on their home ground.


He said that year "every game
we lost we had control of it".
Also North East Stars lost
in the semifinals of the FCD


Cup. That first year McLean
said "I thank God for something
like that".
From February to Decem-
ber 2003 they had battled to
win that title for the first time
in its 80-year history of the
tournament.
He said "we believed in
ourselves and the players in-
cluded Guyanese national
players Carey Harris, Kayode
McKinnon, Abassy
McPherson, Charles Pollard
who was named the Most
Valuable Player and
Randolph Jerome who was
the leading goalscorer.
But 2004 was even better
for McLean and the North East
Stars. They achieved national
champions status by hand-
somely winning the professional
league championship by six
points and had always been
leading for the championship
race.
The team included all the
Guyanese players with the in-
clusion now of Howard Lowe
who came in after Jerome was
contracted top play in Lebanon.
Trinidad national player
Jerron Nixon who had played

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flesh into smooth curves, pectoral muscles and give a
)wnside is that you will more defined appearance.
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together just about chest level is
one -way. The other is to use
lightweights and perform what
are known as Pectoral Flies. Lie
on your back on the floor, legs
bent and grasp a can in either
I hand. Raise your arms
perpendicular to the floor,
,palms inwards. Then with your
elbows slightly bent, slowly
ack record and hold a extend both arms out to the
sides, at right angles to your
body. Contract your pecs and


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breast appear larger.

It's okay to use your usual
sunscreen on your breasts
FALSE: Breast skin is thin
and delicate. As your boobs and


nipples are usually covered up,
they're unused to harmful UV
rays. So, if you're going topless
on holiday, use a higher factor
sunscreen on them than on the
rest of your body.

The Pill can make your boobs
grow
TRUE: Many women find
their breasts get bigger on the
combined Pill because of the
synthetic oestrogen it contains
.(the mini Pill or progestogen-
only Pill won't have this effect.)
The bad news is your breasts
will reduce in size when you
stop taking it.

Even small-busted women
need to wear a sports bra
TRUE: Even if your boobs
are small, they can jiggle by as
much as 8.5cm when doing
vigorous exercise. The skin and
ligaments that support your
breasts are very fragile and
you'll start to sag if not firmly
supported with a good sports
bra.

Plucking nipple hairs can
damage your breasts
FALSE: Many women have
a few hairs growing around their
nipple area and it's perfectly,
safe to pluck them with'


tweezers, or to use gentle hair
removing creams, or electrolysis
to get rid of them. Avoid
shaving, though, as the hairs
will grow back stubbly and be
more noticeable.


Nipple stimulation can help
prevent breast cancer
TRUE: Australian research
suggests the hormone oxytochin
helps prevent the onset of the
disease. Oxytocin, usually
produced by breast-feeding
mums, can also be created by
rubbing your nipples for two or
*three minutes twice a week. I
say, why not get your man to
do it for you?

Small boobs are mostly fatty
tissue
TRUE: Most breast tissue
consists of fat. Genes determine
how much (or how little) fat
your breast contains. No diet
will allow you to lose (or gain)
weight from just one specific
area. If you suddenly lose a lot
of weight, your boobs could
become saggy and possibly
stretch-marked, while if you eat
more to boost your boob size,
the rest of you will get bigger.,

Most women are wearing the
wrong size bra
TRUE: Experts believe 80
per cent of women aren't
wearing a correctly fitting bra.
Bra size can fluctuate a lot in
your lifetime, because of weight
gain or loss, menstrual cycle, the
:Pill, pregnancy or by getting
older. Regular bra fittings are a
must to accommodate' these
changes. To find the perfect bra
size. it's best to get measured by
an expert. Lingerie and
department stores can do it for
\ou. but if you want to have a


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Measure around your
ribcage directly beneath your
bust. Add three inches to find
your chest measurement. If the
total's an odd number, round up











to the nearest even oe.
To find your cup size,
measure around the fullest part
of your breasts. If the
difference is one inch more than
your chest measurement, you're
an A cup. If it's two inches
more, you're a B cup, three
inches more, you're a C cup,
four inches more, you're a D cup
and so on. The band of your bra
should fit straight across your
"back, the straps shouldn't dig
into your back and the cup
surface should appear smooth
without your boobs spilling out
over the top.

Deodorants can give you
breast cancer
FALSE: You may have
heard a rumour claiming
deodorants and antiperspirants
can cause breast cancer, as they
prevent the body from getting
rid of toxins through sweating.
However, no link between
deodorants and breast cancer has
been found, mainly because the
body doesn't expel toxins
through sweat.

Nipple discharge is a sure
sign of cancer
FALSE: 20 per cent of
women occasionally have
milky or clear-nipple
discharge it's nothing to
worry about However, if you
start expelling bloody or very
watery discharge, see your
doctor. Only-10 per cent of
cases are cancerous, the rest
are usually benign growths,
called intraductal papillomas.


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Nutrition information




or misinformation


Part One


N UTRITION
information is
now more
easily available
than ever before in newspaper
and magazine articles, on radio
and television programmes, and
from the Internet. Without
expert information, it is easy to
believe or become confused by
all that one sees or hears.
Unfortunately, since
misinformation abounds,
wholly adopting all the
information as presented may
result in the unbalanced intake
of nutrients, which may
endanger health. We need, for
example, to be wary of any
information that promotes over-
dependence on one particular
food.to the exclusion of others
that are essential for a balanced
diet, or the use of a particular
food to cure an illness while
appropriate medical treatment
is delayed.
While there is minimal
disagreement on the core issues
of nutrition and dietetics as
they relate to healthy lifestyles,
scientific disagreements may
occur between the nutrition and
other scientific communities on


a particular nutrition issue.
Readers should bear in mind
that nutrition is still a relatively
new science and much research
is in progress concerning the
role that certain foods play in
our health. Misinformation is
often the result of conflicting
messages about healthy eating
that are sometimes reported in
the media when the findings of
new nutrition science research
surface. Such reports are
generally published before the
findings have been fully
- confirmed- by subsequent.-
research that may totally or
partially invalidate previous
conclusions. It is always best to
get advice from a trained
professional. If this is not
possible consult a reliable
website. Some of these are
listed at the end of this article.
This is the first of a two-
part series from Nyam News-
that provides the facts as they
pertain to some common food
and nutrition-related
misinformation or myths.
SOME POPULAR MYTHS
1. All foods labeled 'low
fat'/'low sugar'/'low sodium'


are healthier choices. Fat, sugar
and sodium are essential for a
healthy diet for many persons.
The use of the word 'low' on a
food product label does not
mean that a 'healthy limit' has
been achieved in the product.
Often, this just means that it
has less of the fat/sugar/sodium
than the original product.
Consumers are advised to check
the exact quantities of the fat/
sugar/sodium stated on the label
to ensure that it falls within the
guidelines for a balanced diet.
Readers should also be aware
that some products labeled
'Low Fat; may contain a large
amount of calories from other
sources (carbohydrates
[especially sugars] and
proteins). It is also advisable to
consume such products in
moderation.
2. There are 'good' and
'bad' foods. Generally, allfoods
are good. However, some foods
provide a wide range of
nutrients; others such as sweets/
candy, alcoholic drinks and soft
drinks provide only empty
calories. Any food that
provides mainly calories with
minute amounts of essential


nutrients should be limited to
our diets. It is out food habits
that are more likely to be bad
rather than the particular food.


Eating should be enjoyable and
while it is true that we should
limit our intake of certain foods,
such as those high in fats and
sugars, healthy eating does not
mean cutting out all of your
favourite foods. It is about
balancing your choices from the
six Caribbean Food Groups:
Staples such as cereal-based
products and provisions should
always be included in meals;
legumes such as black eye peas,
channa (chickpeas) lentils, red
beans, nuts are good sources of
protein, fibre, many minerals


and other nutrients; fruits and
vegetables are excellent sources
of many vitamins and minerals
as well as fibre; foods from
animals such as meats and dairy
products are best known for
contributing protein and fats
and oils provide primarily fat.
When planning your daily diet,
include plenty fruits and
vegetables, moderate amounts of
staples and legumes, small
amounts of food from animals
and smaller amounts of fats and
oils. Children also need a
mixture of foods from the same
six food groups.
3. Healthy eating is
expensive. Healthy eating refers
to the type of food choices, the


appropriateness of portion
sizes, and cooking methods. In
making the decision to purchase
an item, factors such as the unit
cost and the quality of the item
for the price, need to be taken
into account. For example, a
cheaper-priced meat may have
a higher fat content thus
resulting in more waste and a
reduced amount of lean available
for eating per dollar spent. In
this case, it may be a wiser
decision to spend a little more
and get more edible portions.
You can even extend meat by


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adding some dried peas or beans
- legumes. Very often, fruits and
vegetables are considered high-
priced items. However, you
could and should, take
advantage of the lower prices
when certain fruits and
vegetables are in season. This
way, you are likely to have
fruits and vegetables from which
to choose all year round. Take
advantage, too, of the many
opportunities to plant home
gardens in even small spaces
that can provide a ready and
cheap supply of home-grown
fruits and vegetables.
4. Snacking will ruin
your diet. Healthy choices for
snacks can contribute to a











balanced diet. Too often,
people snack on unhealthy
foods because they are
readily available. These
choices are usually high in
fat and calories and may ruin
your efforts at eating
healthily. Examples of
healthy snacks are yoghurt,
fruits, raw vegetables and
unbuttered popcorn. When
used in moderation, legumes
and nuts such as cashew,
(Please turn
to page V)


Sunday Chronicle January 16, 2005


I


Page III






A


IjN 1979, a magistrate
jailed Myrtle
Perreira for biting
another'woman in the face,
in a scenario that a judge
later described as an 'eternal
triangle affair'. The woman,
who was sentenced in
abstentia, appealed the
ruling.
L- At the hearing of the appeal
in the matter of Myrtle Perreira
versus Sherman Cato, the Full
Court of the Supreme Court of
Judicature, found that the trial
magistrate fell into error when
he elected to go ahead with the
trial although it was made
known to him that service of a
summons and arrest warrant
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IS
fo
w


President of the Court, Chief
Justice Victor Crane, who later
became Chancellor of the
Judiciary, sitting with Justice
Rudolph Harper, ruled that the
Magistrate had erred.
As a consequence the Full
Court allowed the appeal. The
conviction and prison sentence
were set aside, but in the
interests of justice, the Court
ordered a new trial.
In his ruling the Chief
Justice indicated that the
procedural point taken by the
Full Court in deciding the issue
was one of some practical
importance to magistrates in the
country.
The facts of the case were
-* *h..- .. l.-- .. .... . .....d


charged with the offence of
wounding contrary to section 30
(b) of the Summary Jurisdiction
(Offences) Act, Chapter 8:02.
The complaint was filed on
August 17, 1978, and between
that date and December 20,
1978, when sentenced was
passed, there were six
adjournments caused by the
defendant's non-appearance in
Court.
There was the unsworn
certificate of the constable's
return indicating personal
service of process had been
effected on September 11, 1978.
A warrant for the arrest of
the defendant was issued on
November 29, 1978, but the
Mnatit did ntwitn find


d usU by himI (theC magltalte), that the appeililan a setenc ag111H svtratedc;ui not wau t t inu
>r the arrest of the defendant, in her absence to four months' out what had happened to it,
as not effected. imprisonment in the and proceeded to hear the
In his decision, the then magistrate's court. She was matter ex parte on December

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F.) Bridges and Fences
G.) Surveying

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Contractors or their representatives may be present at the opening of Pre-qualification.


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Region 4


20.
There was no proof upon
oath that the summons was
duly served. The prosecution


legislature that the Court
should pursue more than one
course of action under
section 13; (ii) failure of a
defendant to attend court on
the date fixed for hearing;


(iii) as the magistrate had


Y ^George Barclay

concede at there had been apprehend the defendant and
'no return to the warrant'. The to bring her to Court it was
question on appeal was necessary for there to have
whether, in the circumstances, been a bailiff's or constable's
there had been a proper return to the warrant' before
adjudication of the matter in proceeding to hear the
accordance with the procedure complaint ex parte.
laid out. Attorney-at-Law Mr. C.M.
Llewellyn John had appeared
-4 for the appellant while lawyer
Mr. Carlton Weithers had
appeared for the respondent.
Delivering the judgement,
Justice Crane noted that the
,-' appellant, Perreira, was
-=== ] sentenced in her absence to four
months' imprisonment at a
magistrate's court for the East
PDemerara Magistrate's District.
She was charged contrary to
section 30 (b) of the Summary
Jurisdiction (Offences) Act,
Chapter 8:02, with wounding a
woman called Sandra Higgins on
CHANCELLOR July 18, 1978, by bitiAg her on
VICTOR CRANE the face during a fight in an
eternal triangle affair on the
It was held by the Full Clonbrook Public kioad'.
Court that: (i) Having regard Chief Justice ICr0ne had
to the provisions of the added: "As gleaned from the
Summary Jurisdiction record before us, the complaint
(Procedure) Act, Chapter was filed on 17th Apgust 1978,
10:02, section 13, it was not and between that d4te and 20th
the intention of the December, 1978, when sentence


was passed, there were six
adjournments caused by the
defendant's. non-appearance in
court, notwithstanding the
unsworn certificate of the
constable's return indicating
personal service had been effected
on 11th September, 1978.
"The record also shows that
a warrant of arrest was issued
on 29th November 1978, but
the magistrate did not wait for
any return thereto before he
proceeded to hear the complaint
ex parte.
"The warrant was not
produced as an exhibit in these
proceedings, although it was
conceded by the prosecution
there had been no return to it.
So the question arises, in view
of what had transpired, whether
there has been a proper
adjudication in due form of law".
However, the Chief Justice
noted that on.November 29,
1978, when the warrant of arrest
issued, there was clearly no
proof on oath that the summons
was duly served or that the
defendant willfully avoided
service, from the constable's
unsworn return of service could
not furnish such proof.
"Admittedly, there was
attached to that document a
true copy of the summons
indicating there was
personal service on 11th
September, 1978, but at that
particular point of time, the
constable's certified copy
could not be considered
(Please turn
to page IX)


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Sun'dayv Criidhicle' 'Ja hu'iiry" 16, 200,5-


Page IV


Biting-defendant in 'eternal





triangle affair' landed in jail


Freed on appeal; but new trial ordered


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Sunday Chronicle January i, 2005 .-:: V


I am 25, and my father
was an alcoholic all
my life until two
years ago. My older brother
is an alcoholic in denial. He's
a sweet guy but, even when
sober, can be snappy. I'm
worried because I don't want
to go through what my mum
has gone through. Her
brother is an alcoholic, and
she is responsible for him
even now.
My younger brother seems
okay, but I'm scared something
will happen to him as well. I
love my family and have taken
a lot of their baggage and put it
upon myself. I remember my
mother saying to me when I was
13, "Stop thinking like a 43-
year-old." (Her age at the time.)
To heighten the
unpredictability of living with
an alcoholic father, my dad is a
diplomat, and our family hasn't
lived under the same roof for 14
years. We all have been affected
by him, in the broadest sense,
as his diplomacy gave us
opportunities otherwise
unavailable. However, that was
paired with hurt and
disappointment.


I was bulimic from
I had counselling at
understand why I was
I was. I would like t
counselling with my bi
colleague of mine said I
let go and start my o
but he's my brother.
My boyfriend is a
child of an alcoholic,
comforts me as I think "
after you." I wa
desperately to feel sett
mum is superwoman
God knows what she's
put up with. We are w
are today because
perseverance.


Emma, in
Lewis' boo
Hideous St


a character must choose
sides. One side promises him
power, but they have framed
him for a murder. That group
feeds his negative wants. The
other group contains people
he wishes he was like, but
they don't make him
promises for the future or


feed his negative energy.
The man begs for time to
decide. He wants something
from both groups. He seeks a
middle ground. During his hour
of indecision he is arrested for
murder and thrown in a tiny cell.
Alone, he realises what he's
17 to 22. allowed the negative things in
nd now life to do to him.
the way You also seek a middle
o go to ground. You admit to the
other. A devastating impact of alcohol on
I need to your life, yet you cling to the
wn life, ideal of the perfect family,
one untouched by alcohol.
also the That is not your reality. You
but that credit your mother with
I'll look strength, yet at 13 you acted
ant so like 43. Why? Because you
led. My were trying to parent the people
n. Only around you. The adults did not
s had to possess the strength you
here we needed.
of her Your will is to make the
people around you different
because you want them
EMMA different, but you don't have
that right. You don't have the
power to change who your
C.S. father is, who your brothers
k 'That are, or who anyone is but
strength' yourself. You proved that.


You worked on your bulimia,
understood its roots, and
overcame it.
Even though things are not
working the way you want
them to work, there is an
underlying rightness in this
situation. We each have free
will. Even though your
intentions are good, you cannot
run over someone else's will.
We are born as individuals
on this planet for a reason. Our
first duty is to ourselves. Our
first job is to keep ourselves
alive and whole. If we don't,
we are of no use to anyone else.
To have a purpose which
cannot succeed, because it is
not in our power to make it
succeed, is to waste what we
have.
Do what is right for you -
what you can succeed in doing
so your energies are not
wasted. Take your colleague's
advice. Let go of their lives, and
begin your own. That's the
only life you get to rule, the
only life you get to run, and the
only life you can actually ruin.

WAYNE & TAMARA


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NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GEOLOGY AND MINING
August 25 26, 2005
Le Meridien Pegasus Hotel
Seawall Road
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GUYANA

CALL FOR PAPERS
An invitation is extended to all persons desirous of presenting papers at the
conference to submit abstracts of no more than 200 words to Ms. June Allen at the
contact address, no later than January 30, 2005.
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August 25.2005
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Nutrition ...
(From page IHI)
peanuts and channa/chickpeas, also make good snacks
and are rich in unsaturated fat. Roasting rather than frying
these foods will help to control the total fat content With
the right choices, snacking can also be a useful way of adding
extra vitamins and minerals to your diet. Indeed, snacking
may be well prescribed for some people who have special
needs, e.g. those with small appetites such as the elderly.
toddlers or persons with HIV/AIDS.
5. Vitamin and/or Mineral supplements are needed to complete
one's diet. Most healthy persons can obtain adequate amounts of
vitamins and minerals from their diet. Supplements can be costly
and the money spent to routinely buy them can be used instead
to buy foods that provide vitamins and minerals at a lower cost.
Vitamin and mineral supplementation may be necessary in certain
circumstances, for example, if daily food intake is restricted.
Supplements are also given to pregnant women to protect their
babies' health. Such situations are special and should be so treated.

GET THE FACTS FROM RELIABLE SOURCES

There is no doubt that allowing nutrition myths to dictate
your lifestyle can be detrimental to your nutritional and overall
health. Food advertisements are enticing and the messages that
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accurate. If you are confused about food choices for your health,
it is advisable to get in touch with trained nutritionist and/or
dietitians who are usually stationed in the Ministry of Health.
These trained personnel will be able to guide you. Most of the
main hospitals in your country may also have a professional
nutritionist or dietitian with whom you could discuss your
concerns. In addition, some reliable websites for accurate health
and nutrition information are"

http://www.cfni.paho.org Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute
http://www.eatright.org/Public/index.cfm American Dietetic
Association
http://www.dietitians.ca/- Dietitians of Canada
http://www.bda.uk.com British Dietetic Association
http://www.webmd.com/ Web Md
http://www.mayoclinic.com/ Mayo Clinic

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Bitingdef.Indant Mn
(From page IV) well he might.under section 13 "Had the warrant been the appellant, that is, that
'proof on oath' within (i) (b), clearly it would have executed and the defendant specific illegal
section section 13 (i) above. been impermissible to call up brought before the magistrate, substantially affecting tl
The magistrate apparently the case on an earlier date and he could have then and there merits of the trial wt
realized this fact and in all proceed to an ex parte hearing proceeded to try the case in committed when the learn
probability was thus if proof on oath became the ordinary way, but if the magistrate proceeded to ti
motivated into issuing his available before that 'future return were to the effect that the case without an affidav
warrant to apprehend the day' had arrived. Had he done the defendant was dead or of service or evidence by tl
person so summoned, so, we cannot doubt he would could not be located, there person who served tl
"Nevertheless, on 13th have been pursuing two courses could hardly be justification for summons. I mayv menti


December, 1978, he appeared to
have abandoned all consideration
of the warrant when he elected
to proceed ex parte to the
hearing of the case under section
13 (i) (a) without calling for or
being supplied with any
information as to what had
happened to it.
"It is my considered view
that the learned magistrate
erred in neglecting so to be
informed.
"Section 13 (i) expressly
confers on the court discretion
to adjudicate in only one or the
other of three alternative
situations. On the clear wording
of the section, it appears to me,
it cannot have been the
intention of the legislature that
the court should adjudicate
simultaneously under section 13
(i) (a) and (c).
"I so consider because it is
not reasonably permissible for
the learned magistrate to have
pursued more than one course
of action under section 13 (1) at
one and the same time, and until
there was a return to the
warrant he could not properly
do so. I may illustrate what I
mean by way of example:
suppose the magistrate had
thought it fit 'to adjourn the
hearing to some future day', as


proceeding to an ex parte
hearing.
"In my opinion, it was
very necessary for there to
have been a bailiff's or
constable's return to the
warrant, and I am making
that omission the basic point
of my decision in allowing
the appeal rather than
ground taken by counsel for


LLEWELLYN JOHN


of action under section 13 at
one and the same time,
something which is permissible.
"It seems to me the 'future
day' to which the case was
adjourned would have had to
arrive before he could lawfully
adjudicate in the defendant's
absence.
"By parity of reasoning, I
consider that having decided to.
issue his warrant, when it was
sworn before him, that the'
defendant was willfully,
avoiding service of. the
summons, the magistrate was in
duty bound to await the result
of the constable's endorsed
return to it if he were to do
justice to the case. .


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* Five (5) subjects at one (1) sitting or six subjects at
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that in his reasons for
decision the magistrate
considered that the
prosecution ought to have
produced a proof of service
... from the process server
under s 96 (2) of the
Summary Jurisdiction
(Procedure) Act, Chapter
10:02 instead of a certified
return of service by a


constable and surprisingly
asks us to receive the
affidavit in the Full Court;
in the interests of justice.
"But I do not think that is
at all necessary. It will be
obvious from the view I have
formed of the legality of the
hearing that it has become
necessary for us to decide this
point.
"However, speaking for
myself... I consider that by
enacting Ordinance 51 of
1932, the .legislature clearly
intended that it should be no
longer necessary for the
process server himself to be
called to testify in proof of
service. The long title to
Ordinance 51 of 1932; is to


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facilitate the proof of service
of process", the Chief Justice
had said.
He added: "By discarding
the warrant the learned
magistrate prevented proof of
the second condition that the
summons was willfully
disobeyed. In this state, of
affairs, it seems to me the
proper course to adopt is to
allow the appeal by setting
aside the sentence of
imprisonment and to remit
the case to a magistrate of the
East Demerara magisterial
district for trial de novo (new
trial).
Justice Harper, the other
judge of thy Full Court,
concurred.






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By Bridget Lewis

I COULD hear the
'thump', 'thump', 'thumping'
of my heart as I jogged on the
sea wall. It was my daily
routine and it was in this
quiet setting that I first
encountered 12-year-old Paul.
He was gathering beer and
Pepsi cans along Sheriff Street,
Campbellville. This area
appeared to be most appropriate
for this exercise since most of
the business places along that
street were either grocery and
liquor stores combined or
Chinese restaurants and night
spots. Significantly, they all had
a couple of benches or chairs and


tables where people could 'hang
out'. The more sophisticated of
these seem to be Tennessee and
the Sheriff and the Bamboo
Cabana.
I slowed my pace and
looked at him because I liked the
. way he was picking up the cans.
First, he ran his stick along the
gutters to ensure that none
escaped him, and then one by
one he gathered those from the-
parapet and into a large heap.
Paul told me that his
grandmother, who was left to
bring him up single-handedly,
had died. He has been on the
streets since he was nine. He
never knew what his father
looked like and he had a mere


recollection of his mother being
short and stocky and that her
name was Maya. But it was his
grandmother who provided him
with the barest of necessities at
great sacrifice to her health
because she earned a few meager
dollars working in a baker shop.
Paul was mashing the
cans one at a time with some
rhythm, and as though
kneading dough. He was
using a piece of driftwood as
a rolling pin to flatten out the
cans. He then placed them in
salt bags and took off to
another spot where he found
more cans. It was very
skillfully and artistically
done. As I understood later, he
also collected cans from the
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without competition because
others are doing the same
thing and according to him,
that is why his days are made
longer and he always has to
make an early start.
Selling cans is not the only.
thing Paul does for a living. He
also weeds yards and does other
odd jobs.
He declared: "Miss, I does
do anything for a living, I don't
thief, because I don't want to get
shoot, I does hustle (work) for
a honest living."
Those were the only jobs he
could do having dropped out of
school at eight. School has no
place in his busy life. He had to
make it on his own. When asked
if he would go back to school if
,nen.tnk kn nf him h


nquor st ores l an resaurtantls someone 1 U L care or n im,
F o y in Regent Street and other said: "I enjoy it on the street;
our years I downtown areas to be re- am free, and can do my ow
cycled. But his business is not thing. Besides, I already making


of caring for Drop-in Centre


street dwellers continues to

(GINA) The Night Shelter in the city celebrated its fourth
anniversary-on January 8 2001.
It is governed by the, Ministry of Labour Human Services d
and ocial Slecurity; t.h e is t p pr children
The 'mission of the shelter is to provide.itinerant street (GINA) INAN effort to deal with the increasing number
dwellers with a temporary environment for safety, medical and of children on the streets, the Drop-in Centre for street
_material support and counselling services, aimed at arresting social children was established on June 1, 1999.
and emotional-dysfunction. This is one of the sub-agencies of the Ministry of Labour,
The buildingat olot 1-A Arapaima Street, East Ruimveldt, Human Services and Social Security.
Georgetown, is. geared to accommodate some 150 homeless The Centre is located at 83 Hadfield Street, Wortmanville,
persons. Georgetown.
There are separate quarters provided for males and females. The objective of the Centre is to 'recreate a generation of
The main objectives of the shelter are to provide responsible children'inaharmoniousfamilyunit'.
counselling and medical services to referrals, through the
intervention of Social Workers. Some of the goals which the Centre has set out to achieve
Breakfast and dinner are provided for the destitute. It also are:
develops light recreational opportunities for visitors. to keep children off the street
Over the years, the shelter has been of service to a number to re-integrate,the child into a family system and possibly
of persons. The shelter is occupied by more than 80 persons the school system, to re-educate and provide family counselling
nightly. for children and families.
From the counselling services provided, approximately 26
persons were reunited with their families, while 19 were offered The programme offered at the Centre provides these children
jobs. with opportunities to develop their self-esteem and learn skills
The shelter is managed by an Administrator and 17 staff that %\il enhance their future performance.
members. On entering this programme, each child'is exposed to
The Guyana Goerminent continues to show us commitment counseling and a personal goal plan created for him/her.
to providing better and improved living conditions for the people, Each child is also tutored in basic Ilterac) and given the
meeting the needs of less fortunate Guyanese. opportunity to learn life skills that would enable him/her to
The shelter operates on a daily basis, beginning with gainfully be employed or enter the regular school system.
registration procedures from 14:30hrs, recreation, ablutions and Since the 1980's. Guyana has been trying to cope with the
dinner between 17:00 hrs and 19:00 hrs, and breakfast served at growing phenomenon of urban street children.
7:00 hrs. Government has implemented successful measures to
Admission at the Night Sheller is open to all street 1 help street children. Several other centres and shelters
tdelHers oia di .. .' .'"'opeated. by. the'(Gpvernment tlb'hou' street ihildei ihaIe.
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side off the coin..
"I could afford to build a
cardboard shack, but when ah
done, the rubbish truck does
carry it away," Paul said.
Though Paul appears to be
taking everything in stride, he
spoke of some of the dangers of
being on the streets, and of acts
of God, the police or visiting
junkies interrupting his slumber.
I invited Paul to come and
have breakfast with me when
he was finished working. I
gave him the directions and
within the hour, he was there
with two other boys,
presumably aged seven and
nine. He did not have to say
'thanks' in order for me to
notice his gratitude. But he
did, taking the empty dishes
to the sink. Before he left, he
gave me some very sound
advice on caring for my
plants.


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re freshing determining Lhe %uccesi; of his The phenomenon of

T HERE hasbeen a thing" with he, himself, depicuon.
blooming in the expressions. repression, both vocal and
Winslow Craig "I carve and create to satisfy spiritual, is evident in 'Strangled'
technique. the artistic spirit that is within and 'Raging Season', the artist
Craig's country has become me," he posits, "and when my inserting murderous barbed wire
a teeming landscape of passion spirit is pleased and satisfied, it into the sculpture, with wide,
and frustration and alienation, reaches out through the gaping mouths frozen into a
mingled with the joyousness of sculpture and touches the rictus that is more terrifying
soaring above all this, all viewer." because of the silence coming out
exquisitely fashioned in And the touch is extravagant of them.
sculpture both rugged and and energising and redolent of a 'Flight', a streamlined, bird-
refined, extending the limits of beguiling transcendency that is like figure on a stepped pylon,
the frozen medium to an the preserve of an artist at peace and 'Reaching', a thicket of
incredible degree. hands reaching up, are uplifting
The sculptor manages to 'I caveand create to and optimistic, hymns to
add movement to his pieces with freedom and fulfillment.
extended planes that flatter and satisfy the artistic spirit Craig experiments with his
lift them from their earthbound that is within me and 'Geometrica triptych', with bold
base, freeing them from the law when my spirit is angles and planes reminiscent of
of gravity and sending them pleased and satisfied, it the early Picasso.
flying through the air, allowing 'Raging Season' and
them a freedom that signifies reaches out through the 'Rejection' are a frightening Craig
some native Nirvana. sculpture and touches duo, the latter exquisitely
This tensile technique serves the viewer.' Artist detailed and ornate, the other
Craig well. It informs his work Winslow Craig dominated by an outraged, livid
with a delightful freshness and face, and again barbed wire add
vigour, and the viewer is caught with himself. to the menace of the work.
up in a rush of enthusiasm for 'The Rising', fashioned in But there are other regions
this free spirit that expresses assorted woods and spray paint of Craig country.
himself in such splendid and is testament to the Craig He uses mild steel to fashion
articulate vocabulary, credo, arms uplifted in a voluptuous pair of dancers,


Craig is 'equally
articulate in notes to his
showing at Castellani
House in the city.
Craig's statement tells that,
at first, he was content to carve
wood finely into the shapes and .
forms that adequately expressed
i and reflected his ideas and
perspectives. And members of
his audience were the most
important recipients of his
creations.
Today, however, all this has
changed, and the sculptor's art
"has become a more personal-

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supplication, and head raised
in sweet repose, worshipping
some beneficent god with
whom the figure is about to
become one.
'Orbs of Life', in mahogany,
speaks of fertility, a theme to
which Craig turns to again and
again, the outlandishly distended
abdomen of the pregnant figure
extended to a pair of opulent
breasts and then to a chignon on
the woman's head. 'Fertility
Stones One and Two' are in
similar vein, with symbols of
reproductive organs in primitive


and manages a sense of
choreography, and his mahogany
'Sleeping Beauty' is a study in
repose.
One wonders where
Winslow Craig will go from here.
It could be too early to say
that the 38-year-old artist is at
his peak. Perhaps there is much
more yet to be discovered in the
nether regions of Craig country.
One holds one's breath
for such a discovery. If there
is more to the Craig artistry,
it would be fascinating
indeed,


A street chil
gets hel
from tw
young wome
on Regen
Street


* SCULPTOR, WinslowGraig, explains 'Vibrations of Growth' to Rrime Minister Sam Hind~ I-
/ and his wifeMrs:.voAne Hinds, and other patrons at Castellani HousdPlictures by Cul"i 'Orbs of life' on display a
':i Bess Nelson) CastellanI House


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MINISTRY OF HEALTH
MATERIALS MANAGEMENT UNIT
APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED FROM SUITABLY QUALIFIED PERSONS FOR THE FOLLOWING
POSITIONS:


SUPERVISOR DISTRIBUTION

Requirements
A Diploma in Accountancy/Public Management from the University of Guyana or other recognized institution
plus the Pharmacy Assistant Certificate. Computer skills will be an asset.

OR

CAT Level 3 from ACCA, UK, plus three (3) years experience in distribution logistics.

Commencing salary is $32,236.00 per month on GS: Level 5.

SUPERVISOR (MEDICAL/NON MEDICAL STORES)

Requirements
Diploma in Public Management/Administration from the University of Guyana or other recognized institution
plus four (4) years post qualification experience.

OR

Ten (10) years experience as a Storekeeper 111.

OR

Ten (40) years experience as Pharmacy Assistant/Bond Clerk

Commencing salary is $32,236.00 per month on GS: Level 5.

BOND CLERK

Requirements
Passes in four (4) subjects CXC General Grades 1 to 3 or Basic Grade 1 including Mathematics or Accounts
and English Language plus the Pharmacy Assistant Certificate.

OR

Passes in GCE 'O' Level Grades A to C including Mathematics or Accounts and English Language plus the
Pharmacy Assistant Certificate.:

OR


Five (5) years working experience as .a Pharmacy Assistant.

Commencing salary is $28,611.00 per month on GS: Level 4.

PROCUREMENT ASSISTANT

Requirements .
Passes in four (4) subjects CXC General Grades 1 to 3.or Basic Grade 1 including Mathematics or Accounts
and English Language plus Pharmacy Assistant Certificate.
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Passes in GCE '0' Level Grades A to C including Mathematics or Accounts and English Language plus the
Pharmacy Assistant Certificate.

Commencing salary is $27,363.60 per month on GS: Level 3.

All Applications should be sent to:

* Secretary,
Public Service Commission
De Winkle Building,
Fort Street,
Kingston,
Georgetown-
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MINISTRY OF.PUBLIC WORKS AND COMMUNICATIONS
MAIN ROAD REHABILITATION PROGRAMME PHASE I
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE PROGRAMME FOR PUBLIC ROADS. .
'' Date: Jauary ,5,2005
SLoano. 999/SF-GY
Invitation for Bids No. WSG 1/2005

The Government of Guyana acting by and through the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Pubilc Works and
Communications, invites sealed Bids from bidders to provide services for the routine maintenance of:

Corentyne Highway from New Amsterdam (km 0+000) to Moleson Creek (km 88+000)
The work involves the Maintenance of the Pavement, Shoulder and Verge.

Interested bidders may obtain further information including eligibilityto participate and may nsect ethe bidding
S*documentsas of. January 12, 2005 at the office of the Work Services Groupi, Ministry of Public Works and
CommunicationsWight's Lane, Kingston 'Georgetown, Tel: 223-0905 Et. 123 between 8:00 and
16:30'hours, Monday to Friday. Each document may be purchased on payment by cash only, .ofi$5,000 (five
thousand dollars) and is non-reimbursable.. ., .

A pre-bid meeting.will be held on January 19, 2005 at.10:00 hours in the Conference Room of the Work
Services Group.


Bids mustbe addressed to:


'The Chairman
Central Tender Board
Ministry of Finance ,
Main and Urquhart Streets
Georgetown, Guyana


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Bids must be placed in the Tender Box at theabove address at o. before 9:00 hours, Tuesday February 8,
2005. .

Bids will be opened at a public ceremony, in the presence of, those bidders,or their representatives who
choose to attend at 9:00 hours, Tuesday February 8, 2005 in the Conference Room of the Central Tender
Board at the address shown, above.

Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Public Works and Communications
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GUYANA UNITED SAD R ISLAMIC ANJUMAN
187 Alexander Street, Kitty, Georgetown, Guyana
Te 26-960




For an Extraordinary General Meeting

Notice is hereby given that an Extraordinary General Meeting of the
Guyana United Sad'r Islamic Anjuman of Lot 157 Alexander Street, Kitty,
Georgetown, Guyana will be held on Sunday the 23"' January 2005 at 10:00
am Sharp, attheAnna Catherina Islamic Complex Anna Catherina Public
Road, West Coast Demerara for the following:

1. To review the Management Committee and the way forward a
Report by the General Secretary.
2. Financial Statement/s and or Audit Financial Statement/s for the
Anjuman, including the Shaheed Boys and Girls Orphanages for
the last period a report by the Treasurer.
3. To amend the Constitution.
4. Election for Office Bearers.


:,ReeazKhAn -;', :2 ,- -
General Secretary
Guyana United Sad'r IslamicAnjuman (G.U.S.I.A)
SDated December 23, 2004


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MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE

GUYANA
EDUCATION FOR ALL FAST TRACK INITIATIVE
Ministry of Education
The Printing of Easy Path Series Textbooks in the areas of English
Language, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies for Primary School
Students in Guyana.
Grant No. 053679
Contract/Bid No.: ICB-POPSB/0010/004

1. The Government of Guyana has received financing from the EFA/FTI
Catalytic Fund toward the cost of the Education for All-Fast Track Initiative, and
it intends to apply part of the proceeds toward payments under the contract
ICB-POPSB/0010/004 for the printing of textbooks for Primary School students.

2. The Ministry of Education now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for
the following under ICB-POPSB/0010/004:

Lot 1, Fun with Language Books 5 and 6 with scanning, colour keys
and separation
Lot 2, Mathematics Around Us Books 5 and 6 with scanning, colour
keys and separation
Lot 3, Science Around Us Books 1-6 with scanning, colour keys and
separation
Lot 4, Social Studies For Our Children Books 1-6 with scanning,
colour keys and separation.

3. Bidding will be conducted through the international competitive bidding
procedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement under
IBRD Loans and IDA Credits, (current edition), and is open to all eligible bidders
as is defined in the guidelines.

4. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information and inspect the
bidding documents from the Ministry of Education at the address below during
office hours (08:00 hrs -15:30 hrs Mondays -Thursdays and 08:00 hrs -14:30
hrs on Fridays). A complete set of bidding documents in English Language
may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written
application to the address below and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of
US$50 or G$10,000. The method of payment will be an International Money
Order made out to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education. The
document will be sent by courier service if necessary.

5. All bids must be accompanied by a bid security ofUS$1,840 each for Lots 1
and 2 and US$4,320 each for Lots 3 and 4. All bids must be placed in a plain
sealed envelope and marked on the top right-hand corner "Printing of Primary
School Textbooks EFA/FTI Lot and addressed to the Chairman, National
Board of Procurement and Tender Administration and be deposited in the
Tender Box at the Ministry of Finance, Main & Urquhart Streets, Georgetown, no
later than 09:00 hrs on Tuesday 22nd February, 2005. Bids will be opened
immediately thereafter, in the presence of bidders or their representative, who
choose to attend. Late bids will be rejected.

Ministry of Education
Attn: Mr. T. Persaud, Secretary, Tender Board
21 Brickdam, Stabroek
Georgetown, Guyana
Tel: 592-223-7900
Fax: 592-226-0918

Pulandar Kandhl
Permanent Secretary


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AYI ONAL' INSU iNE'HE ME'


A challenging career opportunity exists for a Computer Operations
Manager.

POSITION SUMMARY
Responsible for directing and co-ordinating the activities in the
Computer Information Systems Department, the development and
maintenance of IT Services and for the effective utilization of resources.

SPECIFICATION
Applicants should possess:-
A degree in Computer Science
PLUS
Three (3) years experience as a Senior IT functionary.

MCSE certification would be an asset

REMUNERATION
The Successful applicant will receive an attractive remuneration package.

Applications accompanied by a detailed Curriculun Vitae (CV) must be
sent by January 20, 2005 to:
The Assistant General Manager, Administration
National Insurance Scheme
6 Camp & Bent Streets
Georgetown.


GOVERNMENT OF GUYANA/WORLD BANK
HIV/AIDS PREVENTION AND
CONTROL PROJECT GRANT
# H079-0-GUA
HEALTH SECTOR DEVELOPMENT UNIT



VACANCIES

Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons to fill
the following vacancies existing at the Health Sector
Development Unit with the responsibility for HIV/AIDS
Prevention and Control:

1. Financial Manager
2. Programme Manager

Terms of Reference for these positions can be collected
from, and applications addressed to:

Executive Director
Health Sector Development Unit
Project Management Unit
Georgetown Public Hospital Compound
East Street, Georgetown
Guyana

Deadline for submission of applications is Monday, 24"'
January, 2005 at 4;OO p.m. OQnly shprt-listed applicants will
" be acknowledged .......


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Post Harvest Management of y


INTRODUCTION
Various types of cabbages
are grown in Guyana, with the
most popular ones being the
compact single-head type
(Brassica oleracea) and the non-
heading Chinese or pak choi
type (Brassica campestris).
Mature single-head cultivars
have a low to moderate
respiration rate and can be
stored for several months at the
appropriate temperature. On the
other hand, the non-heading pak
choi type has a higher
respiration rate and significantly
shorter market life.

HARVEST MATURITY
INDICES
Determining the optimal
time to harvest cabbage is often
difficult and differs between
heading and non-heading types.
Most heading-type cultivars are
ready to harvest several months
after transplanting. The
principal harvest maturity index
is based on size. Heading-type
cabbage may be harvested as
small as 10 cm (4 in) in diameter
and continued until 15 cm to 25
cm (6 in to 10 in). Harvest
maturity for heading-types is
also based on head compactness
and firmness to the touch. A
firm or compact head is mature.
A compact head can be only
slightly compressed with
moderate hand pressure. A very
loose head is immature and
should not be harvested. Harvest
maturity may also be based on
arrangement of the wrapper
leaves; when they are spread
and the head is exposed it is
usually mature. A mature
cabbage has a well-developed
head and good weight in
comparison to its size. Mature
cabbage has a longer postharvest
life than immature cabbage.
Cabbage should be harvested
promptly when the heads are
firm and mature. Delaying
harvest even a few days beyond
maturity can result in split
heads and increased incidence of
field disease, particularly during
wet weather. Pak choi type
cabbage is usually ready for
harvest within 7 weeks after
transplanting, although this may
vary according to cultivar and
environmental conditions. Size
is theprincipal indicator of
harvest maturity and this is
largely based on market
demand. Pak choi should have
well-formed upright petioles
tightly adhering together. Pak
choi should always be picked
when leaves are fresh and crisp
and before the outer leaves turn
yellow.


to decay. The stalk should be
cut flat and as close to the head
as possible, yet long enough to
retain two to four wrapper
leaves. Extra leaves act as
cushions during handling and
may be desired in certain
markets. Yellowed, damaged, or
diseased wrapper leaves should
be removed. Heads with insect
damage and other defects should
be discarded. In the case of pak
choi types, any damaged or.
dead leaves should be removed
and the base should be trimmed,
flush with the first petiole.
Cabbage should be put in
baskets or well-ventilate'd
picking containers and taken out
of the field immediately ;after
harvest. Cabbage put in non-
ventilated field sacks will heat
up due to tissue respiration and
start to wilt. It is recommended
that harvesting be conducted
during the coolest time of the
day, preferably in the morning
when the head is most turgid. It
is essential that heads not
harvested be left undamaged
because fields may be harvested
as many as three times for
maximum yield.


PREPARATION FOR
MARKET
Harvested cabbage is
particularly susceptible to
wilting and should.be removed
from the field and direct sunlight
as soon as possible. The cabbage
should be taken to a: well-
ventilated shaded area for
packing and transport to market.
When there is a delay of.more
than an hour or two between
harvest; and packing, a spray of
clean water to the leaves can
help prevent dehydration:. A
simple field packing station~ can
be constructed from Wodolen
poles ; and a, sheet Aof
polyethylene. Thatch qver the
roof will provide shade and
keep the station cool. The
structure should be oriented so
that the roof overhang keeps 6ut
the majority of the sunfs rays.

CLEANING'
The first step in preparing
cabbage for market is to remove
the torn and loose outer
UTapper leaves so the head has
a clean, compact, and fresh
appearance. Only 3 to 6 tight
wrapper leaves should be left on
the head. Loose leaves interfere
wilh ventilation between heads,
which is important whether the .
cabbage is packed for market or
put into storage. The stem end
should be trimmed close to the
base of the head so it does not
protrude more than'2 cm t.75


(small, medium, large) for
domestic marketing of, cabbage,
based on the weight of the head.
Small sized heads weigh:0.8 kg
(1.7 lb) or less, medium sized
heads weigh between 0.9 kg and
1.4 kg (1.7 lb and 3 lb), and
large sized cabbage heads weigh
1.5 kg (3 lb) or more. Only the
cabbage with crisp and turgid
leaves should be packed for
market. The heads should be a


colour typical of the cultivar (i.e.
green, red, or pale yellow-
green), firm, heavy for the size
and free of insect, decay, seed
stalk development and other
defects.

PACKING
Heading-type cabbages
are generally packed in
fiberboard cartons, wooden or
wire-bound crates, or mesh


bags holding about 23 kg (50
lb). Uniformity of head size
and the proper count per
carton are important.
Normally 18 to 22 heads are
packed in a 23 kg (50 lb)
container. Cartons and crates
are easier to stack and load
and provide considerably
more protection to the
cabbage than mesh bags. Pak
choi cabbage should be


packed in fiberboard cartons
usually holding between 10
kg to 18 kg (22 lb to 40 lb),
depending upon market
preference. Pak choi may be
bunched into groups of 3 to 5
plants using a string or
rubber band. Care must be
taken as plants bruise easily.

TO BE CONTINUED


GUYANA SUGAR CORPORATION INC.







Tenders are hereby invited for Road Transport for bagged brown sugar for a period of 1 year with the option for rollover for 2
years commencing 15r February, 2005. The details are as follows:-
Category (a) Uitvlugt Estate to Georgetown. Estimated annual tonnages are 5,000- 10,000 tonnes.
Category (b) Enmore Estate to Georgetown. Estimated annual tonnages are 5,000- 6,000 tonnes.
Category (c) B lairmnont Estate to Coldingen. Estimated annual tonnages are2,000- 6,000 tonnes.
Category (d) Enmore Estate to Coldingen. Estimated annual tonnages are 2,000- 3,000 tonnes.
Category (e) Uitvlugt to Wales. Estimated annual tonnages are 2,000- 3,000 tonnes
Category (f) Wales to Georgetown. Estimated annual tonnages are 2,000 3,000 tonnes.
GuySuCo would be responsible for scheduling the above shipments.
Bidders may submit individual tenders for one or more of the above-mentioned categories or a collective tender for
all categories.
Bidders must satisfy the following criteria:-
(a) Trucks must be fully insured and in good working condition to receive sugar. GuySuCo reserves the right to engage
inspectors to inspect the Trucks as part of the tender evaluation process.
(b) The Contractor shall ensure that all vehicles are compliant with requirements under the Motor Vehicle and Road Traffic
Act. Cap. 51:02:.
(c) Owners/Drivers.must ensure that trucks are equipped to secure sugarfrom adverse weatherconditions.
(d) Performance/security bond would be required from the successful tenderer(s) for each of the four categories as
follows:-
(i) Category (a) G$120,000


(ii): Category (b)


G$120,000


(ii) Category (c) G$ 90,000
(iv) Category (d) G$ 30,000
(v) Category (e) G$ 48,000


S(i) Category (f)


- G$ 48.000


Ownership of at least three trucks and access to an additional three trucks to cater for timely and efficient movement of sugar
is preferred. -
Bidders who do not identify Trucks in the bid document will not be considered.
Bidders who cannot identify Trucks upon request for inspection and do not submit the relevant papers for their Trucks with the
bid document will be.disqualified.
A complete set of bidding documents could be uplifted by interested bidders from Guyana Sugar Corporation Inc Head
Office, Ogle, East Coast Demerara, Guyana from Friday 7'" January, 2005.
A bid bond is required for each category as follows:-


HARVESTMETHODS in). A fresh cut of the stem end (1) Category (a) G$20,000
Cabbage is harvested by will be necessary if it is (li) Category (b) G$20,000
hand by bending the head (or discoloured. However, it is very
stalk in the case of pak choi) to important not to cut the.stem (ill) Category (c) G$16,000
one side and cutting it with a end too short !so part of the (Iv) Category (d) G$ 5,000
sharp knife or small machete, base of the head is cut. This will ...
The cutting instruments should cause a loss of wrapper leaves '*'(v) Category (e) G$ 8,000
be sharpened frequently to and head integrity. Pak choi will (vi) Category (f) G$ 8,000
reduce harvesting effort and also benefit fr6m re-cutting the
lessen picker fatigue. The head base if it is discoloured or The closing datefor submission of bids is Friday 28 January, 2005 at 2.00 pm.
shodld nritbesrimoofdbds isFrrda
should not be removed by damaged All bids must be placed in tender box # 13 and addressed to the Company Secretary, Guyana Sugar Corporation Inc., -Head
snapping or twisting it, as this Office, Ogle, EastiCoast Demerara, Guyana. On the reverse of the envelope the bidder should clearly mark "Bid for Road
practice damages the head and SORTING transport of Bagged Sugar".
results in jagged appearing stems Cabbage should be sorted
_which extend too far.out.from.. according to size, ,slape, apd, Guyana Sugar Corporation Inc., (GuySuCo) will not be bound by the highest, lowest or any bid and will not be bound by the
jthe ba e'of, the, head. Broken', compactness, 9f the,head. Ther. id, peri, andT ,, s the eightt to award or a es peod (butt less ra onyear)'r folesseruan
,.stems are.plsp,rpgoe su gtedbJe .,faar 3,esa sig4 si4erpatpgqrj s ,,*, ev :aw i


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entitled to it?

ANSWER
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either an Invalidity or a Disablement Pensioner alhd .who is

dependant on custodial care for carrying out his/her daily
II
activities for living.

I The benefit is fixed at Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00) per day I
I for such periods as determined by the General Manager (based I
I on the particular circumstances of the case) but not exedllg-I
! twenty-six (26) weeks. 1N

ConstantAttendance Benefit can be claimed usingform CABI.
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consulting Opportunity

bean Community Secretariat, in seeking to position
becoming more responsive to the many challenges
Community, recognizes the need to become more
4nd efficient. Among the initiatives designed to
is is the conduct of an HR Audit and Assessment of
Requirement for the CARICOM Secretariat.

qard, proposals are invited from suitably qualified
of Member States and Associate Member States of
)bean Community who are desirous, of providing
,nal services for the conduct of this' Audit and
,ent.


Full Cdi ails including a copy of the Terms of Reference for this
assignment can be found at the CARICOM Secretariat's
website at http://www.caricom.org

Proposals must be submitted in hardcopy on or before the
deadline of 5 pm, Thursday, February 3, 2005. .
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D T R E L


0 M I Y


Sunday Chronicle January 16, 2005


Paln XVIII


i







mnrl nu ChronicleJ .bnnuarv 16. 2005.


Vl 1- conJtind
S-continued-


important is the examination
of the pup's attitude and its
behavioral patterns, not
lastly because the pup you


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THIS is d picture of a Clumber Spaniel. Courtesy of
"Pedigree" and Cirkel Distributors Inc.


LAST week, we discussed the
physical examination of
young pups, especially their
reproductive organs. Just as


choose must be compatible
with the type of person you
yourself are.
For example, if you are an
assertive, self-confident
indit idual who is quite
intolerant of weak-% diled or no-
Silled people then you %ill not
be happy with a puppy iand
later a dog i that slinks away into
a corner if you call tt.
SimilarlI. an aggressive
puppy certainly has no place in
a family with curious and
playful kids who will tend to
lift him up and cavort ith hunm.
An unfriendly pup will struggle
and groI and e\en bite to free
itself from the children's arms
Lots of times I see
families procuring cute
Dachshund puppies as
playmates for their children.
%ell. Dachshunds are an
interesting breed. It
originated in Germany. The
word "Dachs" means badger
and "Hund" means dog in
German. This Dachshund
iBadgerdog) w as bred to go after
badgers \\ho were notorious for
stealing farmers' chickens/eggs
and other produce. The dog w as
bred as a ferocious killer
%which could follow the
badgers into their
underground tunnels/lairs
and kill them. That's %h)
Dachshunds have these long
sir. bodies people actually.
call them "sausage dogs" or
"Frankfurters with legs"). It
is only a few decades ago that
these vicious canines became
cute little dogs. ideal for
sitting in old ladies' laps. In


vitality and self-confidence.
Please implement disease
preventative measures
(vaccinations, routine
dewormings, monthly anti-
Heartworm medication, etc)
and adopt-a-pet from the
GSPCA's Animal Clinic and


Shelter at Robb Street and
Orange Walk, if you have the
wherewithal to care well for
the animals. Also, find out
more about the Society's free
spay and neutering
programme by calling 226-
4237.


reality, though, they will
have the in-bred genes for
aggression. Believe me, in a
Vet Clinic, animal doctors
would prefer to deal with 10
Doberman Pinschers than
one Dachshund.
The point I am making here
is that Dachshunds or dogs \% ith
Dachshund -blood" are innately
aggressive, and will react
accordingly. if hfiey feel
threatened. Such dogs are
therefore not ideal compamons.
for children. A- mousers. they
are great though. Dachshunds
usually need a lot of trading and
discipline to calm thetr penchant
for violence and irascibility
Generally Npeaking. young
puppies should be acij\e, alert,
playful and full of itality.
Personaline-' of puppie \%ary
with breed type, but a sweel
disposition is inherent in moi
A puppy %who shrinks away
%when spoken to. or tiuns away
and hides, can be cli-sitied as
shy. Possibly he may overcome
this later, but taking a chance is
not worth%%hile Such a puppy
will not socialize eai.ily
The ideal pupp lfor a
family. pet hold; his't.ul high.
follows you about.. accepli
petung. struggles a bit when
picked up, but then raelae and
lick', our h:ind, or g~t\e
friendly nibbles to hands and
feet if the ow ner and the kids
As good health and good
disposition so often go hand in
hand, it is perhaps \\~ise, in
making the final selection, to
pick the individual that appears
to be really\ bursting with


I-% CHAMPION


8oz Champion Pai. ia twists or Creste
Slb boneless, k unless chicken breasts, cooked
1/8 tspCaiyenine pepper .
1 imediumi bhlibh "-euoning cut into diagonals
I : inp. pine.appl c ljuIc
t1 b|:p -.r.tcJ fieslh ginger
1 tbsp honey:..
I tbsp lemon juice


Preheat oven to 350" F. Brush chicken with oil and
season with cayenne pepper. Bake until cooked
through, about 30 minutes. During the last 2 to 3
minutes, place the scallions in the pan. Remove
from oven, cool slightly and cut the chicken intc
bite-sized pieces. Reserve the scallions. Prepare
pasta according to package directions.


I Low Fat Chocolate Chip Cookies


. These cookies usc the fat of reguLu
ch,)ocolate chip cookies and you can't tell an
ountmee of differencee. They are soft in the
middle if you don't over bake and they literally
: meltin your mouth.

/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup margarine, softened
I tsp. vanilla
3 1 egg white
a I cup flour
D !/ tsp. Champion Bakiting Powder
C 1/4 tsp. salt
V2 cup miniature chocolate chips (must use to
cut the fat)
I I... I I :Cal t- I 2 -I


1 tbsp butter or margarine While pasta is cooking, combine pineapple juice, Nutrition (per cook
I tbsp chopped cilantro ginger and honey in a small saucepan. Bring to a Carbs: 14 g
1 can mandarin oranges boil over medium-high heat and cook until reduced
by half, about 20 minutes. Add lemon juice.
Each servingprovides: 382calories/39gprotein/ Remove from heat and whisk in the butter or
36.2gcarbohydrate/8.5gfat/96.4mgcholesterol/ marine. Toss together the pasta, chicken, Bakingowder
114mgsodium/calories'frimfatlh%' .'. 'scallions, mandarin 'oranges'an sauce. Ga(nish pstard Powder
with cilantro and serve. Serves 4. "pp i
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Pie-lcat o'.cu to 375 degrees In a large bo l I
mix sugars, margarine, vanilla and eg while
Stir in flour, baking soda and salt. Snr in
chocolate chips. Drop dough by using a
rounded teaspoon about 2 inches apart on an
un-greased cookie sheet (You can also use an
air bake cookie sheet with parchment paper.)
You can make the cookies larger but don't
forget the fat grams will increase. Bake 8 to 10
minutes or until golden brown.
Tip: To get soft centered cookies, don't over
bake. After you take cookies out of the oven
they still continue to bake on the cookie sheet
for about 1-2 minutes. I always take my
cookies out when the middle of the cookie is
almost done but not completely, this allows the
middle to fall and stay soft.


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