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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 23, 2005
Copyright Date: 2005
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1 (Dec. 1, 1975)-
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THE United States
government has deployed
specialists here and is flying
in boats to help evacuate
flood victims as the
international response to the
Guyana Government's appeal
for help gathers momentum.
The International Red
Cross has flown in supplies and
Brazil said it is tomorrow flying
in another shipment of relief
items to help meet the needs of
tens of thousands of flood
victims.
Officials said plans for a
massive tent city for some
20,000 displaced residents at
the Timehri racing circuit were
getting off the ground and food
delivery and health teams
yesterday continued fanning out
in Georgetown and other
affected areas on the East Coast
Demerara, East Bank Demerara
and West Demerara.
The danger of water rising
further on the East Coast
Demerara eased a bit yesterday
with more pumps being
deployed to drain off flood
waters.
Mr. Ravi Narine, Chief
Executive Officer of the
National Drainage and Irrigation
Board (NDIB), told the
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Agency (GINA) that the level
of the flood water had fallen
between Mahaica and Enmore.
However, the level of the
water between Enmore and
Georgetown had only stabilised
due to overtopping from the
East Demerara Water
Conservancy, he told GINA.
Many villages remained
under several feet of water
and thousands of residents
flocked higher ground on the
main roads and gathered at
shelters to collect food and
other supplies.
The government has
installed two more pumps at
Plaisance and Triumph on the
East Coast Demerara, bringing
the number of pumps draining
off flood water on the East
Coast to 32, Narine told GINA.
He said more pumps are to be
installed today.
Officials said more boats
are needed to evacuate residents
from flooded communities and
the U.S. embassy here said
several shallow water boats will
be provided to evacuate those
in need, especially children and
the elderly.


DR. J. F. EVERTSZ>
Dermatologist (Skin Specialist)
will be in Guyana on


Clinics will be held on those days at
Mercy Hospital.
For information
please Call Mercy Hospital on ,
STel: 227-2071-5


The government last week
appealed for boats, inflatable
dinghies, canned food and other
items to support its emergency
relief programme.
In a press release, the U.S.
embassy said that since the
flooding began on January 17,
the U.S. government has
worked closely with the
Government of Guyana and
other donors to provide relief to
victims.
Ambassador Roland Bullen
immediately released more than
G$10M in emergency aid to the
National Disaster Relief
Coordinator and these funds
have already been delivered and
are being put to use, the
embassy said.
Officials from the State


Department, the U.S. Agency
for International
Development (USAID), the
Center for Disease Control
and Prevention and the
Department of Defense have
been meeting constantly with
the Office of the President,
ministries, the Pan American
Health Organization, the
Guyana Defence Force and
other organizations to
identify priorities and needs,
it reported.
The embassy said a team of
disaster relief specialists from
USAID's Office of Foreign
Disaster Assistance (OFDA) is
here. The specialists are
providing expertise and
information to relief agencies, it
said.


It also announced that after
learning of the government's
needs, they have asked for
10,000 5-gallon containers of
drinking water, 10,000 blankets
and other supplies.
Water-borne diseases are
also a major concern for people
who have been exposed to the
flood waters and OFDA will
provide 5,000-10,000 hygiene
kits with disinfectants, the
embassy said.
The Center for Disease
Control and Prevention office is
giving its full support to the
Ministry of Health and the Pan
American Health Organisation
in monitoring health threats and
coordinating relief efforts, it
said.
The embassy said Peace


PRESIDENT Bharrat Jagdeo
was yesterday given an
update on the situation at
shelters in flood-affected
areas in the country by
Deputy Chief of Staff of the
Guyana Defence Force
(GDF), Colonel Chabilall
Ramsarup.
Col. Ramsarup is
responsible for the shelters and
said four are located on the West
Demerara while 23 are on the
East Coast Demerara.
The Government
Information Agency (GINA)
said the shelters vary in size and
facilities, and Ramsarup pointed
out that occupants are provided


with mattresses, blankets,
medical attention and at least
two meals per day.
However, persons have to
register to get into the shelters.
GINA said officials from
the United Nations
International Children's
Fund (UNICEF) visited the
shelters Friday and particular
attention was being paid to
the treatment of children.-
Responding to criticisms
that persons are being turned
away from the shelters, Colonel
Ramsaroop said these were not
functioning at maximum
capacity but that whenever
persons turn up and request
accommodation, this is
pro\ idd
President .Iagdeo on
Friday night visitedd several
shelters around the coast.





The family of the


Corps volunteers have also been
assigned to assist the Ministry
of Health and will be working
at the Georgetown Public
Hospital Corporation.
"The U.S. Government is
closely following the situation
and will continue to monitor the
situation and provide
assistance", the embassy said.
The Brazilian Embassy in
Georgetown yesterday said
another C-130 military aircraft
is due here tomorrow with
water and medicines for the
flood victims. Brazil last week
flew in 16 tonnes of food
supplies for the government's
relief programme.
A shipment of 21 tonnes
of relief items from the
European Union arrived on
Friday and is being
distributed through the Red
Cross.


President updated Government backs Region


10 flood aid scheme
THE government has given the Region 10 '(Upper
Demerara/Berbice) administration $2M to procure
foodstuff to assist flood victims seeking refuge there.
Regional Chairman Mortimer Mingo said many people
affected by floods on the coast have gone to Linden and other
communities in the region and shelters have been set up to help
them.
The Government Information Agency (GINA) said the
support scheme was-being coordinated by the Region 10
Disaster Relief Committee headed by Mingo in
collaboration with the Mayor and Town Council, the
Regional Democratic Council, National Communications
Network Linden, the Chamber of Commerce and the
private sector.
Shelters have been opened at the Regional Guest House,
the Amerindian Hostel and two buildings in Amelia's Ward.
Mingo told GINA other areas have been identified and
members of the public will be notified of the locations shortly.
Donations are also pouring in from sympathetic
Lindeners who are sending in clothing, foodstuff and cash,
the agency said.
And through NCN TV Linden, the Disaster Committee
has organised 1,400 loaves of bread and 200 packs of butter
flaps which will be sent to the Joint Operations Centre
(JOCi in Georgetown. for distribution to residents
along the East Coast and East Bank Demerara. GINA
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POLICE yesterday
reported that three more
persons. have died,
apparently as a result of
the widespread floods on
the East Coast Demerara.
A police press release said
the bodies were found in the
flood waters in three villages
between Friday night and
yesterday.
This brings to five the
number of persons who have
died since the floods a week ago
swept .through Georgetown, the
East Coast Demerara, East Bank
Demerara and the West
Demerara.
Police said the body of
Latchman Mujum, 41, of 12
Enmore Pasture, was found in
the water near a koker (sluice)
on Friday night.
Residents said he was
apparently on his way home
when he drowned.
The body of Nicola
Alleyne, 28, of Watson Street,
North Friendship, was found
floating early yesterday
morning in front of her
house, police said.
Police said she left home
Thursday afternoon to collect
medical supplies on the village
public road.
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floating early yesterday
morning at Industry, East
Coast Demerara.
Police said he was last seen
alive about 18:00 hrs Friday.
Post mortems are to be
done on the bodies.
A three-year-old boy
drowned Thursday afternoon in
a flooded yard at Lusignai, East
Coast Demerara.
Andy Roopnarine was
reportedly playing in flood
water in his parents' yard at
275 South Lusignan when he
went missing.
Police said his body was
later found in the yard where
the water was about four feet
deep:
A 38-year-old man of
Lusignan Pasture, East Coast
Demerara, was the first fatality
in the flooding.
Residents said Chatterpaul
Persaud, known as Sham,
appeared to have drowned in his
yard, which was under about
five feet of flood water, last
Sunday.
Neigbours said Persaud
lived with a sister, who is an
invalid, and was last seen on
Sunday in his yard.


MORE companies have
joined the expanding drive to
get food and other basics to
the thousands severely
affected by the widespread
floods in Georgetown and on
the East. Coast, East Bank
Demerara and West
Demerara.
Edward B. Beharry and
Company Ltd. in a press release
yesterday said it has
contributed more than $3.5M in
flood relief and will continue to
be involved and stand by the
Guyanese people in this "hard
time".


It said relief supplies
were sent to the Central
Emergency Relief Council at
Camp Ayanganna, the
Regional Council in West
Delnerara, the Red Cross,
North and South Ruimveldt
in Georgetown and the Canal
Polders on the West Bank
Demerara.
Members of staff also
pitched in by delivering hot
meals and beverages to persons
in communities along the East
Coast Demerara, the company
said.
Demerara Distillers


Limited (DDL) said it also
continues to lend support at
this time of need.
It yesterday donated
Diamond Mineral Water and
mentholated spirits, vital at this
time, to the Guyana Red Cross
to be used in its relief aid for
flood-affected villages.
The company said
employees are also being
mobilised to help the Red
Cross.
DDL also continues
daily to support the relief
efforts with a water tanker
supplying treated water to


residents of affected
villages on the East Coast
Demerara, a company
press release said.
DDL also announced that
from tomorrow, it will offer
wholesale prices at all of its
retail outlets.
This gesture will continue
until further notice, it said.
DDL initially donated
$1.5M in Diamond Mineral
Water, Wave Juices,
mentholated spirits and
safety matches to the Civil
Defence Commission for its
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programme include the provision of business/advisory services to small and
medium enterprises, the provision of a managed business incubator for new
businesses and the promotion of the region for new investment, both local and
foreign. Accompanying measures include vocational training, institutional
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T&T won't neglect region, says Manning


TRINIDAD Express Prime
Minister Patrick Manning
has said that Trinidad and
Tobago will not neglect its
responsibility to assist any
Caribbean country which
may be adversely affected by
natural disasters.
Manning said he would
never preside over governance,
which would effectively pre-
vent this country from being
"our brother's keeper". He was
speaking during Thursday's
post-Cabinet news conference at
his Whitehall Office, Maraval
Road, Port of Spain.
Manning said this country


would use its discretion in de-
termining the leyel of assistance


to be given to those countries.
And that Government
would not neglect communi-
ties in this country affected
by floods and other disas-
ters.
He said this against the per-
ception that Government may
be lending financial assistance to
CARICOM States at the ex-
pense of citizens at home. "It
might well be that there are
those who might come to that
conclusion. But that is not nec-
essarily follow."
Manning insisted, "If in the
Caribbean and CARICOM in
particular, adversity strikes any


of the countries, and that coun-
try constitutes part of our larg-
est market outside of America,
then the Government of Trinidad
and Tobago will examine that ad-
versity to see whether there is
some positive intervention that
we can make in the interest of
all."
He stressed, "When adver-


sity strikes people, the last
thing that we want to do is to
be taking too cold an approach
to it." Manning said there must
be a humanitarian approach to
governance.
"That is what gover-
nance is all about. It is the
people that we govern and if,
in the conduct of our affairs,


we find that in our relations
with the Caribbean there are
situations developing in re-
spect of interventions re-
quired by us, it will take
place."


Guyana welcome in


Caribbean union PM


TRINIDAD Express A uni-
tary Caribbean State. That's
the ultimate objective behind
Prime Minister Patrick
Manning's political union
move with St Vincent and the
Grenadines and Grenada.
"In the ultimate we would'
like to see a unitary state of the
Caribbean. We know that will
not come in one shot by any
means; it might take a thousand
years, but that's what visions are
all about." Manning admitted'
this in response to question an
the proposal during Thursday's
post-Cabinei news conference at
his Whitehall Office; Maraval
Road, Port of Spain.
Manning slammed Opposi-
tion Leader Basdeo Panday who
was quoted as saying in Inidia


recently that Manning's move
was intended to marginalise
East Indians here.
He said Panday "sees race
in everything that you do... try-
ing to stir updiscord. even
where the potential for such
discord is very minimal."
Manning said the political
union was open for every
CARICOM State. "We are
committed to the integration of
/the region. And if today we talk
about Grenada, St Vincent and
the Grenadines and Trinidad
and Tobago, or any other com-
bination of that, that is merely
what we consider to be a cata-
lyst which we hope will lead to
the complete and total integra-
tion of the region."
Manning added, however,


that an open invitation had
been extended to Guyana to
join the grouping.
Meanwhile, Cabinet did
not discuss providing any aid
to Guyana after severe flood-
ing there. Manning said on
Wednesday he unsuccessfully
attempted to contact Guyana
President Bharrat Jagdeo via
the telephone to discuss the
situation there and has prom-
ised to try again.
He said that, based on
those discussions, Government
would be guided accordingly.
Manning insisted that
Trinidad and Tobago
would not abdicate its re-
sponsibility to assist a
CARICOM state when di-
saster hits.


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New push for



small states

GUYANA'S current flood disaster is the latest of a
series of natural disasters to afflict Caribbean Commu-
nity states in the worst examples being the hurricane-
ravaged economies. It would also highlight some of the
challenges discussed at the just-concluded second
United Nations Conference on Small Island Developing
States (SIDS) in Mauritius.
The conference underscored the need for concerted
and vigorous action to deal with environmental chal-
lenges and economic disadvantages.
Not only small island developing states, but the sus-
tainable development of poor and mainland countries
like Guyana and others also exposed to natural disas-
ters.
Coming as it did, against the backdrop of one of the
worst hurricane seasons, floods and landslides expe-
rienced in 2004 by various member countries of the
Caribbean Community, climaxing with the horrific and
unprecedented tsunami devastation in Asia, the con-
ference was undoubtedly seized with the imperative for
urgency in implementation of decisions.'


Its central guiding agenda was the "Barbados
Programme of Action' that resulted from the historic
first UN conference on Sustainable Development of
Small Island Developing States that took place in Bar-
bados a decade ago.
Participating countries in that 1994 conference,
including those of CARICOM and their partners in the
African Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) states, have
been cooperating with the UN, including agencies like
UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme) and
UNDP to ensure follow-up action on the 'action man-
date' as originated at the first SIDS.
LUN Secretary General Kofi Annan, holding out
much hope for future collaboration between the haves
and the have nots, the strong and the vulnerable, told
the closing session of the conference:
"I have been impressed with the very high level
of attendance... This shows a renewed interest and
commitment on the part of the entire international
community for the issues of concern to these states
from environmental vulnerabilities to small econo-
mies, remoteness from world markets, high energy
costs and waste management problems..."
"Creation of a global early warning system," said
Annan, "should cover not just tsunamis but also natu-
ral threats such as storm surges and cyclones."
CARICOM's Secretary General, Edwin Carrington,
who also addressed the closing session, was to high-
light the critical development gaps ^between devel-
oped and developing nations, as he pointed to the se-
rious problems of economic, social and environmen-
tal vulnerabilities with which subregions of the world
like outs have to contend.
For this region, as Carrington stressed, attain-
ment of the objectives of the Barbados Programme


of Action would depend on "a real and continuing
commitment" by the international community to
confront fundamental challenges, in particular the
underlying causes of climate change, climate vari-
ability and sea-level rise.
After Barbados in 1994, and now Mauritius 10
years later, the UN agencies, international financial
institutions and the rich and powerful donor nations
can expect more critical monitoring of their re-
sponses to the needs for sustainable development
of the small island developing states.


CHRONICLE


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AHEAD of his second term
inauguration on Thursday,
President George W. Bush
administration announced
the abandonment of its
long, and futile search for


PRESIDENT GEORGE W
BUSH

weapons of mass destruction
(WMD) in Iraq.
But there is still no
sign of remorse by the Presi-
dent with whom Britain's
Tony Blair had teamed up to
claim possession of such
weapons by the ousted
Saddam Hussein regime that
they falsely told the world
posed an "imminent threat"
to peace.
Consequently,
Bush's primary reason for
the US-led war launched on
the night of March 20, 2003,
with massive bombardment
amid hopes for a quick vic-
tory and control of Iraq's


great oil wealth, as well as a
much more firm US grip on the
Middle East.
After some seven years
on-the-ground verification by
the United Nations inspectors
had failed to produce evidence
of weapons of mass destruction,
and during which period the
US had blanket coverage of the
length and breadth of Iraq with
its super spy military technol-
ogy, the Bush administration,
nevertheless, was to expedi-
ently resort to faulty US and
British intelligence for the un-
justified war. now in its 22nd
month.
At present. US occupy-
ing forces find themselves in a
quagmire in Iraq, where untold
thousands of Iraq civilians lives
have been lost and many more
thousands injured, missing or
deeply affected in a number of
ways, in addition to some 1100
American soldiers killed and
more than 10 000 injured, some
quite seriously.
But President Bush
cheerily smiled his way to his
second inauguration ceremony
having given up the search for
what he was repeatedly told by
credible experts, did not exist,
0 weapons of mass destruction.
Apart from the strong
case against US claims of
WMDs in Iraq, as first disclosed
by former UN weapons inspec-
tor, Scott Ritter, there were to
follow further credible reports
from the team of UN Inspectors
headed by Hans Blix; US chief


weapons inspector David Kay
and, more recently, that of
America's top investigator,
Charles Duelfer in October


'KIIEM IV NIN ISK
TONY BLAIR


last year.
Focused on winning
a second term at the Novem-
ber elections, Bush was to ig-
nore the views of internation-
ally recognized American and
non-American experts, and
sought temporary refuge in
all the excuses he could mus-
ter the Central. Intelligence
Agency (CIA) having to take
the most of the blame.
Last week, as the
music was being struck up for
the coronation of an Ameri-
can-style emperor, whose ad-
ministration prides itself in
its unilateralism and con-
frontational politics in deal-
ing with the rest of the world,
a still very angry Scott Ritter
was decrying, in a CNN in-
terview, the tragically later
abandonment by the hawks


Bush administration of the
search for WMDs in blood-
letting Iraq.
In a most illuminat-
ing interview with William
Rivers Pitt, published in a
little book in 2002 months
after the 9/11 terrorist
strikes against the USA -
Scott Ritter had not only
made public his conviction
of no threat from weapons
of mass destruction in Iraq.
He provided answers to de-
bunk claims by the Bush
.administration of any link
between Saddam Hussein
and the Al Qaeda terrorist
network.
Also, that Iraq's
chemical, biological and


nuclear capabilities had been
destroyed in the years that
followed the Gulf War that
resulted from Iraq's invasion
of Kuwait. And he was pro-
phetic in comments then
about the killings, destruc-
tion, violence, outrage and
fears that could result from
a war to get rid of Saddam
ostensibly to capture WMDs.
What in effect Presi-
dent Bush and his team of
ideological hawks have suc-
ceeded in doing, must now be
of direct concern to nations
around the globe, including
our own small subregion in
the Caribbean.
They have collec-
tively undermined America's
credibility, leaving even very
friendly nations, like ours,
not to mention its own stout
U'. ,\ C A.; '.;


allies in NATO, about what to
believe when Bush and his
spokespersons tell us about the
dangers being posed to the in-
ternational community by
countries such as Iran, Korea
and Syria. And, yes, Cuba too.
Concerns also over
the litany of denials that con-
tinue to flow about gross hu-
man rights violations, degra-
dation of political prisoners in
torture chambers in Iraq, Af-
ghanistan and at Guantanamo
in Cuba.
This, after all, is a
Washington administration
that has elevated'to an integral
feature of US foreign policy,
post 9/11, torture and degrada-
tion of nationals of a whole
range of countries, but prima-
rily from the Islamic world,
who are being held as 'prison-
ers of war' or unilaterally
deemed 'Al Qaeda terrorists'.
In its just-released
annual world report, Human
Rights Watch, the biggest US-
based rights organisation, has
made a scathing analysis of
America's human rights
record under the Bush admin-
istration, and accused it of un-
dermining international law
and, consequently, eroding its
own global influence in the
safeguarding of fundamental
human rights.
Human Rights Watch
said that the US government's
"embrace of coercive interro-
gation is part of a broader be-
trayal of human rights prin-
ciples in the name of combat-
ing terrorism..."
While HWR was re-
leasing its report, other observ-
ers were noting that this is also
the Republican administration
that seems to be laughing at
allies and opponents alike, as
it remains arrogantly opposed
to:
America's access to the
'Kyoto Protocol' on protection


SADAM HUSSEIN


of the environment, includ-
ing addressing that major
challenge of the 21st cen-
tury, global warming; and
Recognition of the In-
ternational Criminal Court
(ICC), even as it ridicules
protests against violations of
the Geneva Convention gov-
erning prisoners of war, and
leans on states, in and out of
the Caribbean, against ex-
traditing US nationals who
may be wanted by thile ICC
for war crimes or crimes
against humanity by the
ICC.
It is a Republican
presidency that seems bent
on-rewriting laws and alter-
ing conventions on the pro-
tection and promotion of fun-
damental human rights, and
whose policies must, of ne-
cessity, come under constant
scrutiny to avoid being mis-
led as has happened in the
war against Iraq for weapons
of mass destruction.




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The ACS, because of
its vast scope of action in the
Greater Caribbean, has been


A new Instrument for



regional co-operation


Laurence Marianne


with their regional neighbours.
The European Commission ap-


gi
th


COOPERATION has been proved this initiative in 2002 and (A
the aim shared by member in so doing, allocated a budget of C,
governments of the Associa- 24 million euros so that the R(
tion of Caribbean States DOMs can fund their participa- Gi
(ACS) since its establish- tion in regional cooperation ini- re
ment in 1994. Whether at the
regional or international
level, cooperation requires
two main elements: political T h
will and financial capability.
As a result, the involvement i
of Greater Caribbean States Caribbean T
in ACS cooperation initia-
tives has varied. It is not that
there has been an absence of
political will, but rather that
resources have been limited, tiatives. th
as support from donors is We note therefore that Gi
given on a case-by-case basis more and more ACS entities have fo
and in a context where fewer partnership links with the Euro- ad
resources are available. pean Union for matters of regional pr
The task therefore, is cooperation, which would, in the
a colossal one. However, the long term, contribute to the in-
French Overseas Departments sertion of the economies of the
(DOMs) may consider them- Greater Caribbean into the
selves privileged with regard to globalised economy. Applying
regional cooperation, as they methods already in place in Eu-
have been able to combine these rope, Interreg IIIB aims to sup-
two requirements (political and port the sustainable development
financial), which lead to the es- of the Greater Caribbean.
tablishment of the European Being aware of this
Union's programme for the Car- unique opportunity, as early as
ibbean called Interreg IIIB 'Car- 2003 the DOMs have been look-
ibbean Space'. ing for Greater Caribbean part-
France is an Associ- ners with whom to exchange ex-
ate Member of the ACS acting pertise in areas as diverse as trans-
on behalf of its three overseas port, natural disasters, tourism-
departments (DOMs), namely, based activities, networking in-
tL;Y .-up,, 1 1- ,Ii Juiana tU "" lb and Martinique. These three among others. The eligible zone
departments, aware of their of cooperation is very vast as it
geopolitical complexity (as encompasses the French-, Span-
they report to France although ish-, Dutch- and English-speak-
being located in the Caribbean inmg territories.
region), have taken up the chal- Consequently, in order
lenge to strengthen their ties to eliminate the language barrier,
the programme has three Re-







Ministry of Finance


The Ministry of Finance invites applications from suitably
qualified individuals to fill a number of vacancies for:

PLANNERS

Requirements:
A Bachelor's Degree in Economics or other relevant discipline,

Interested persons should send applications no later than 31st
January 2005 to:

Ms. Samantha Ramnarine
Confidential Secretary to the Director of Budget
Office of the Budget
Ministry of Finance
Main and Urquhart Streets
Georgetown

Fax: 226 6913
E-mail: mof@inetguyana.net

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onal Contact Points (RCPs) in
e English-speaking Caribbean
ACS, OECS and
ARIFORUM), in addition to
CPs in Martinique and French
uiana. A Joint Technical Sec-
tariat (JTS) representing the




e Greater

his Week



ree DOMs is located in
Luadeloupe and is responsible
r the technical and financial
administration of cooperation
ojects within the programme.


recognized as a partner institu-
tion of the Interreg IIIB 'Carib-
bean Space' programme, and this


enables it to assume three func-
tions. It is a member of both the
Steering Committee and the Fol-
low-up Com-
mittee of the
programme,
and serves as an
RCP.
The
role of the ACS
ts an RCP is
first and fore-
most to provide
Technical assis-
iance to all
organizationss
that have ideas
for projects in
the Greater
-. Caribbean and
that are seeking
a partner in the
DOMs. It must
also conduct
activities re-
lated to the
ANNE promotion of
the programme. To date, the ACS
Secretariat has provided informa-
tion and/or technical assistance


to various organizations likely to
co-operate with the DOMs, such
as the universities (UWI), trade
organizations (Trinidad and To-
bago Manufacturers' Association
- TTMA; Caribbean Association
of Industry and Commerce -
CAIC; Pro-Contact, etc.) and
tourism bodies (Tourism & In-
dustrial Development Company
of Trinidad and Tobago Ltd. -
TIDCO).
This is the first
programme of its kind in the
Greater Caribbean and the ACS
Secretariat is working on several
co-operation projects that could
be funded by this programme in
2005. Additional information on
the Interreg programme can be
obtained at the ACS or by visit-
ing the site: www.interreg-
caraibes.fr
Ms. Laurepce Marianne is
the Project Officer at the Spe-
cial Fund Office of the Asso-
ciation of Caribbean States.
The views expressed are not
necessarily the official views
of the ACS. Feedback can be
sent to mail@acs-aec.org


Notice of prequalification EuropeAid/120849/DISV/GY
Issued by: The Government of the Co-operative Republic of GUYANA
for a project identified for financing by the European Development Fund (EDF)

1. Project identification and financing:
a) Title: Supervision of Construction for Sea Defence Works
b) Number 8 ACP. GUA 005
c) Source of financing: European Development Fund (EDF)
d) Status of the financing: Approved
2. Contract identification
a) Type of contract Services
b) Subject: Prequalification of Consultants for the Supervision of approximately four (4) kilometres of sea defences in Regions 2 and 3,
ocquibo-GoCst and West Coast Demerara, financed by the 8th European Development Fund (EDF).
c) Number of lots: Not -p .ti.e -- .
d) Variants: No Variant Solution
3. Eligibility and origin and evaluation criteria
a) Eligibility and origin: Consultancy firms from EU member States and ACP countries, signatories to the Fourth Lome Convention Second Protcol.
b) Evaluation: The Consultants will have to produce the documents indicated in the pre-qualication dossier that will be assessed on a
yes/no basis for short-listing. The lack or inadequacy of at least one of the documents will automatically render the tender non-complient.
The consultants should further note that the fact of the company submitting correctly all the requested documents does not automatically
merit short-listing.

4. Location and deadline
a) Project location: Co-operative Republic of Guyana, Capoey/Columbia Region 2, Essequibo Coast, Hague, Dekinderen and Tuschen in
Region 3, West Coast Demerara.
b) Place of delivery, installation or performance: see ,4 (a)
c) Delivery or performance period: 23 months
d) Tender validity period: 90 days

5. Project authorities
a) Contracting authority: The Government of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana, represented by the Minister of Finance, Main &
Urquhart St, Georgetown, Guyana, including his duly authorised representatives and permitted assignees.
b) Supervisor The Chief Sea & River Defence Officer, Ministry of Public Works and Communication, Fort Street, Kingston, Georgetown or
his appointed assignee.

6. Tender documents
a) Type of tender Prequalification for a restricted invitation to tender
b) Terms on which tender documents may be obtained:
Free of charge, at the Europe Aid web site http:/leuropa.eu.int/comm/europeaidlindex_en.htm
c) Inspection of the tender documents in the country of the contracting authority: The Sea and River defence Division in the Ministry of
Public Works, Lot I Water St, Kingston, Georgetown, Guyana. Fax: +592 226 3611.
7. Language, receipt and opening: of the tenders
a) Language: English
b) Date and time (local) for receipt of tenders: 22nd March 2005 at 9:00 hr.
c) Address for the receipt: The Chairman, National Board for Procurement and Tender Administration, Ministry of Finance, Main & Urquhart
Streets, Georgetown, Guyana.
d) Date and time (local) for opening of tenders: 22nd March 2005 at 9:05 hr
e) Address for the opening: As in c) above.

8. Deposits and guarantees
(a) Tender Guarantee: not applicable
(b) Performance guarantee: not applicable
9. Site visit: not applicable

10. Further information
a) REFERENCES: This notice is published pursuant to Annex I to Decision No 3/90 of the ACP-EEC Council of Ministers of 29.3.90
(OJ L-382, 31.12.90). G .. .. ... .. ... ..
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National


budget


presentation


postponed

THE 2005 national budget will not be presented in
the National Assembly tomorrow as was originally
planned, President Bharral Jagdeo said yesterday.
He told reporters the new date for presenting the
budget will be announced later.
"You cannot have the budget now because I think it
would be wrong to divert the attention of everyone at
this time to look at budgeting when we have tltis kind
of tragedy", he said.
Mr. Jagdeo was referring to the current flood crisis
with tens of thousands seriously affected.
It is understood that the 2005 national budget has
been completed and is read) for presentation.


More supplies delivered to

East Coast villages


IliE goierunicni cer-
dlai continued distriibutling
much-needed food supplies to
several villagess on the East
CoasI Demerara hard hit bY
the florid.
Prime Minister Samuel
Hinds, Minister of Local Gov-
ernment and Regional Devel-
opment, Harripersaud Nokta,
and Minister of Fisheries,
Crops and Livestock,
Satyadeow Sawh, accompanied
trucks which travelled from
New Amsterdam, Berbice to
deliver the goods, the Govern-
ment Information Agency
(GINA) reported.
Residents in several vil-
lages including Liliendaal,
Plaisance, Unity. Bee Hive,


Clonbrook. Ann\s Gro'e.
Supply Helena. Haslinglon
and N igilance received peas,
milk. oil. rice. sugar and
other food itenis, thlie agency.
%aIid.
.Al IIh SuppIl and HFl-
ena Primary Schools which
are also temporary shelters
for persons who had to
evacuate their homes, teams
were using the supplies to
cook hot meals.
Residents of Supply
told Mr. Hinds that a pump
is urgently needed in the
area to drain off water that
has accumulated on the
land.
One resident of
Clonbrook thanked the


: 'CARERI


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/':i~i"LBi


to all households.
He also expressed his
gratitude to President
Jagdeo, pointing out that he
had met him and the Presi-
dent had promised that
Clonbrook would receive as-
sktance.
Yesterday, 13 truckload
of food hampers were distrib-
uted to East Coast villages,
G INA said.


Prime Mhinister. on behalf of


Flood relief

i,,under way in

Region Thre

FLOOD relief in Region Three (Essequibo Islands[West
Demerara) was running relatively smoothly, acting Home Af-
fairs Minister, Ms. Gail Teixeira said yesterday.
Site told the Government Information Agency (GINA) the
.region's relief committee was going into areas yesterday to
deliver dry rations.
The agency said the water level has reduced slightly, but
there are still some trouble areas, such as Met-en-Meerzorg
and surrounding communities which officials were looking
into.
Minister Teixeira also noted that the Boerasirie Conser-
vancy Dani, was being monitored closely and added that the
water has receded slightly.


'Channel, SIX",


pulled off the, air'.


THE government last night stoppedCNS Channel Six
TV from broadcasting for one month because it was airing
"inflammatory" programmes despite severaLwarnings.
i1i 8'statement, sa id he
regrettedthat "it has become necessary to %.uspenu at,
Television Broadcasting Station Licenceissued to, CNS'
Channel 6 for one month."
40ver the last month, particularly over Friday'14,4o
Monday 17,january, Regions 3, 4 and 5,have received ex-
ceptionally high rainfall, the highest for over a hundred
years.
"The grai13 of the floods moved President Jagdeo to
declare these regions disa-ster areas". Mr. Hinds noted.
Hoieer. he said that on man. N"oice of the People'
programmes carried on CNS Channel Six hosted by Mr.
C. N. Sharma, "the host and his guests hae misrepre-
,ented the situation b% portraing the go,,ernment as be-
ing insensiffie to the flood and to the suffering and losses
caused to persons therehN."
-The hae continuall. uttered iunammalor state-
ments which %ould create an emironmellL hostile to the
relief effort and that are very likely to create public disor-
der despite calls for restraint front the Prime Nlinisler",
the statement said.



Muslim group

helps relief

effo rts .

PRESIDENT Bliarrat jagdeo yesterday met executive mem-
bers of the Central Islamic Organisation of Guyana (CIOG)
who havc been assisting the government to get relief to those
severely affected by the flood.
The Government Information Agency (GINA) said they met
the President to discuss the list of areas in which the govern-
ment needs help.
President of CIOG, Fazil Feroze. said the organisation will
be seeking assistance from its overseas counterparts.
The CIOG has been working with the Civil Defence Com-
mission (CDC) to provide 1,500 to 2,000 meals per day to af-
fected persons, GINA said.


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Ministry of Culture, Youth & Sport

Designers Meeting

A meeting to discuss the plans for'Mash 2005 Costume Band
and Float Parade Competition will be held on Wednesday
January 26, 2005 at 5.00 p.m. at the Umana Yana.
All designers of costumes and coordinators of floats are invited
to attend.



EXTENSION OF LIFE OF THE COMMISSION OF
INQUIRY INTO ALLEGATIONS OF MINISTERIAL
INVOLVEMENT IN EXTRA-JUDICAL KILLINGS

His Excellency the President of the Republic of Guyana
has approved the extension of the duration of the
Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of Ministerial
Involvement in Extra-Judical Killings for one (1) month
that is up to the 31st day of January, Two Thousand and
Five.



Roger F. Luncheon, M.D.
Head, Presidential Secretariat


GUYANA SUGAR CORPORATION INC.








INVITATION TO BID

Tenders are ,hereby invited for local bulk shipping of sugar for a period of 3 years commencing 1s' March, 2005.
The details are as follows:-
Bulk sugar shipments from Skeldon, Rose Hall & Blairmont to Demerara Sugar
Terminal, Ruimveldt, Georgetown. Average annual tonnages estimated at 153,470
tonnes
Requirements:
Bidders should satisfy the following criteria: -
(a) Barges/Vessels must be seaworthy, fully insured and fit to receive sugar. GuySuCo may authorized
agents to inspect the Barges/Vessels as part of the tender evaluation process.
(b) Barges/Vessels must comply with local and international shipping regulations.
(c) Hatches of Barges/Vessels must be secured to protect the integrity of the cargo. Arrangements to be
approved by GuySuCo prior to contract.
(d) A Performance/security bond of G$5.0 (Five million Guyana dollars) would be required from the
successful tenderer(s).
(e) Ownership/access to at least four (4) barges/vessels to cater for timely movement of sugar.
Bidders who fail to identify Barges/Vessels in the bid document will not be considered.
Bidders who fail to submit the relevant papers for their Barges/Vessels with the bid document will be disqualified.
Bidders who fail to produce their BargesNessels upon request for inspection will bedisqualified.
A complete set of bidding documents could be uplifted by interested bidders from the Marketing Department,
GuySuCo, Head Office, Ogle, East Coast Demerara from Friday 14"' January, 2005.
A bid bond of G$846,000 (Eight hundred and forty-six thousand Guyana dollars) is required.
The closing date for submission of bids is Friday 4" February, 2005 at 2.00 pm.
All bids must be placed in tender box # 13 and addressed to the Company Secretary, GuySuCo Head Office,
'Ogle, East Coast Demerara. On the reverse of the envelope the bidder should clearly mark "Bid for Leasing of
Barges/Vessels and/or Coastal Vessels".
GuySuCo shall not be bound by the highest, lowest or any bid and will not be bound by the bid period and
reserves the right to award for a lesser period or for lesser quantities.
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MINISTRY OF HEALTH
MATERIALS MANAGEMENT UNIT

APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED FROM SUITABLY QUALIFIED PERSONS FOR THE FOLLOWING
POSITIONS:


MANAGER, ADMINISTRATIVE/FINANCE

Requirements
A Degree in Accountancy/Business Management/Public Management from the University of Guyana or
other recognized institution plus three (3) years post qualification experience in addition to excellent
computer skills.

Commencing salary is $63,075.00 per month on GS: Level 9.


MANAGER, COSTING AND SYSTEMS

Requirements
A Degree in Computer Science from the University of Guyana or other recognized institution plus CAT
Level 3 from ACCA, UK in addition to three (3) years experience in Data Management.

OR

Diploma in Computer Science from University of Guyana or other recognized institution plus CAT
Level 2 from ACCA, UK in addition to five (5) years experience in Data Management,

Commencing salary is $63,075.00 per month on GS: Level 9.


MANAGER, STORAGE & DISTRIBUTION

Requirements
An Associate Degree/Diploma in Pharmacy plus a Degree in Business Management/Public
Management from the University of Guyana or other recognized institution along with three (3) years
post qualification experience in addition to excellent Computer skills.

OR

An Associate Degree/Diploma in Pharmacy plus a Diploma in Public Management/Administration from
the University of Guyana or other recognized institution along with five (5) years post qualification
experience in addition to excellent Computer skills.

Commencing salary is $63,075.00 per month on GS: Level 9.

MANAGER, PROCUREMENT

Reguirements
A Degree in Accountancy/Business Management/Public Management from the University of Guyana or
other recognized institution plus three (3) years experience in procurement in addition to excellent
computer skills.

OR

Diploma in Accountancy/Public Management from the University of Guyana or other recognized
institution plus five (5) years experience in procurement in addition to excellent Computer skills.

Commencing salary is $63,075.00 per month on GS: Level 9.

All Applications should be sent to:

Secretary,
Public Service Commission
De Winkle Building,
Fort Street,
Kingston,
Georgetown


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A DEVELOPING country
is, by definition, a country of
shortages. These shortages
are usually food and the
essentials of life, foreign
exchange, technical
equipment, antiquated
infrastructure, transport and
communication systems. Of
special importance is a
shortage of trained
personnel. In the field of
dentistry, statistics from the
International Dental
Federation tell a grim story.
For instance, Upper Volta has
one dentist for every four
million people and Pakistan
has one dentist for every half
million. Here in Guyana,
there is one dentist to every
thirty-two thousand persons.
In the absence of unforeseen
and economical new methods of
treatment, curative dentistry
may increasingly subject to the
law of diminishing returns. The
developed nations spend
billions of dollars and millions
of man hours repairing teeth,
yet for only a small percentage
of their people is positive dental
health achieved. I can think of
no other disease where a healing
professional treats a patient
again and again for the same
recurring condition, while not
doing everything possible to
prevent that disease. Yet that is
what we tend to do in dentistry.
The first and most


important point I wish to
make is this: reparative
dentistry, even when freely
available, has failed to
provide a high level of
positive dental health in the
majority of people in
developed countries.
Therefore, it is essential that
the governments of
developing countries like
Guyana do not pursue the
same path, since with their
shortages of wealth,
communications and trained
personnel, it is even less
likely to prove the shortest
road to health.
I would propose three
steps, which I consider the
essential minimum in any
programme, designed to
produce positive dental
health and prevent
unnecessary disease in the
children of the country.
First, undertake a nation
wide prevalence survey of
dental disease. Second, establish
a dental faculty at the
University of Guyana to train
dental surgeons locally. Third,
set up a network of instructors
in dental health (IDH) who may
be teachers, community
workers, senior primary school
students, etc.
In order to reduce and
eventually prevent dental
. disease in a community, it is
necessary to determine the


prevalence of the disease. It is
possible for one small, efficient
team to conduct a survey of a
large country and produce
meaningful results quickly and
inexpensively, so that the
prevalence of disease in the
several areas may be accurately
compared and subsequently
monitored.
Groundwork should be
started to train dental surgeons
locally. Besides being
comparatively economical, the
pertinent objectives would be
achieved faster. Stage one of a
three-stage strategy
concentrates on primary
school pupils. The nation's
375 primary schools could
be separated into nine
geographical areas with
divisions and sub-divisional
headquarters located in
Georgetown (Winfer
Gardens)', Annandale.
Supply, Linden. Den Amstel,
Parika, Charity, Rosignol,
Alness, New Amsterdam,
Bartica and Lethem. Regional
Project Co-ordinators would be
eleven dental surgeons, most of
whom would be operating in
their presently assigned region
and would be assisted by dental
nurses and aides. All dental
personnel would be collectively
responsible for training the
IDHs (voluntary educators) and
monitoring their activities,
which include oral health


MINISTRY OF HEALTH

The Ministry of Health invites tenders from suitably qualified contractors to submit bids for the
execution of the following Services.

a) Project 1: Provision of Consultancy Services (Building Maintenance/Construction)
b) Project 2: Weeding and Cleaning of Compounds
c) Project 3: Provision of Pest Control Services
d) Project 4: Provision of Portering Services
e) Project 5: Provision of Sanitary Services

Tender documents MUST be uplifted from the Administrative Office, Ministry of Health,
Brickdam, from 09:00 hrs to 15:00 hrs Monday to Friday at a fee of $500.00 for eadh Project.

Each tender must be enclosed in a plain, sealed envelope, which does not in any way identify
the Tenderer, and which should be clearly marked on the top left-hand comer of the envelope
the, project tendered for, e.g. Project 1: Provision of Consultancy Services (Building
Maintenance/Construction)

Tenders should be addressed to the Chairman, National Board for Procurement and Tender
Administration, Ministry of Finance and should be deposited in the Tender Box situated at the
Ministry of Finance, Main and Urquhart Streets, Georgetown no later than February 15, 2005
at 09:00 hours at which time they will be opened. Tenderers and/or representatives are
invited to attend..

Tenders must be accompanied by Valid Certificates .of Compliance from both Guyana
Revenue Authority.and National Insurance.Scheme .

Tenders which do'not meet the requirements stated above will be deemed non responsive.

The Ministry of Health reserves the right to reject any tender without assigning reasons) for
such rejection or not necessarily awarded the lowest tender.

Sonya Roopnauth. .
Permanent Secretary, .

Government ads can be viewed on http://www.gitia;gov.gy ,


education and the topical
application of fluoride.
It is estimated that such
a project would cost about $70
for each of the approximately
96 000 primary school
children (luring its three


The Dentist Advses


month duration. Sponsorship
for schools or parts thereof
may be solicited from NGOs,
private individuals, etc. this
programme is designed for
permanence, with emphasis
on the inculcation of healthy


habits, fortification of the
tooth's enamel against caries
and the effective
dissemination of valuable
knowledge to every
community in the
country.


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 (10) 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"0' 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 Maihematics or Accounts
and English Language plus Pharmacy Assistant Certificate.

OR


Passes in GCE '0' Level Grades A to C including Mathematics or Accounts and English Language plus the
Pharmacy Assistant Certificate.,

Commencing salary is $27,363.00 per month,on GS: Level 3.

All Applications should be sent to:


Secretary,
Public Service Commission
De Winkle Building,
Fort Street,
Kingston,
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comfortable with yourself.
It's your life. At the end of
it you'll answer to yourself
- you'll hold yourself
accountable so it's best to
start doing it now. Don't ever


ignorance, spite or jealousy,
but that has lodged with you.
See it for what it is. Decide
right now to stop giving a
home to this garbage. Starve
it of attention. Laugh at it.


towards others and, thereby,
yourself.

4. ENJOY YOURSELF.
Come on, when was the last
time you took yourself out to


I recently read a book by
Fiona Harrold, The 10 -
minute Life Coach. I started
this book in the morning and
finished on the same day.
The advice given was so
needed on
Sthe day I
read it
Ia so I


from this wonderful lady.
When the going gets tough
and the pressure is on, it's
not necessarily the talented
ones who rise to the
challenge. It's the ones who
love themselves. Learn how
to love yourself with these
five tips.


Sherry Bollers-Dixon


want to share with you some
of the great advice I learnt


LOVE YOU
Why not? If not, then


who? And why not? Aren't
you loveable? Of course you
are. You'd better believe it.
You have to see it, otherwise
you'll never feel truly good
in your own skin. Right here,
right now, make the decision
to appreciate yourself more,
give credit where it's due, talk
yourself up. Cultivate
kindness, compassion and
respect for you. Face the
truth'. You came into this
world on your own and
you'll leave it on your own.
At some point in between it
makes sense to get


CENTRAL HOUSING & PLANNING AUTHORITY

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR THE YEAR 2005
CONTRACTORS AND SWORN LAND SURVEYORS
1: The Central Housing & Planning Authority is in the process of short listing pre-
qualified Contractors and Swornm Land Surveyors forthe year 2005..

(a) Contractors should clearly state the various types of civil
engineering projects their companies are capable of dealing with
and the Regions of the country in which they can execute works.
(b) Swornm Land Surveyors should clearly state the various types of
surveys their companies are capable of dealing with and the
Regions of the country in which they can execute works.

2. Expressions of interest must be accompanied by the following:-
a) Valid NIS & GRA Certificates:
b) Copy of Registration of company and years of experience.
c) Licence to practice (Applicable to Sworn Land Surveyors)
d) List of Personnel with relevant experience and qualifications.
e) List of Office equipment and their capability.
f) List of Field equipment and proof of ownership, the current status
of the field equipment should also be stated.

3. Applications must be submitted in sealed envelopes bearing no identity of
the Company and clearly indicate at the top, left hand comer the interest
of the Company e.g.
a) Pre-qualification for Contractors
b) Pre-qualification for Sworn Land Surveyors




4. Expressions of Interest must be addressed to: The Chairman, Central
Housing & Planning Authority Tender Board, Ministry of Housing &


Water, Central Housing & Planning Authority, Bureau of Statistics


Ruildina. Rrickdam & Avenue of the Repubic. Georaetown


5. Applications must be deposited in the Tender Box located on the Top
Floor of the stated Address on or before Wednesday, 26," January, 2005
at 2:00. p.m. at which time they will be opened in the presence of the
applicants/representatives who wish to attend.
6. Note:

1) Civil Works include the following:
A. Land Clearing and Levellihg
B. The Construction of Roads, Drains and the Associated Drainage
Structures
C. The Construction of Heavy Duty Bridges
D. The Installation of Pure Water Distribution Networks and Testing
of same.
2) Expressions of Interest which do not comply with the stated instructions
would be regarded as non-responsive.
3) The Central Housing & Planning Authority reserves the right to inspect and
request certification of equipment at any time. .
4) The CH&PA reserves the right to reject any or all submissions.

Chief Executive Officer
January 2005


demean or demoralise
yourself in public or private.
Talk yourself up. Drop false
modesty. Speak only well of
yourself. Exclude self-
assurance, respect for you.


2. CHANGE THE RECORD.
Whose opinions, thoughts,
beliefs are stuck in your mind?
If they're not yours and they're
of no value to you, don't hold
onto them. You're a grown up
now. You can think your own
thoughts. You can choose what
to give room to. It doesn't
matter how long some stuff has
been there. If it's toxic, get rid
of it.
Write down this
statement: 'What I learned
about myself from my
mother/father was.' List all
the main messages from each
parent and asterisk the ones
that leave you feeling uneasy
about yourself. Repeat this
with all principal players of
your upbringing. Enough is
enough. Draw a line under
the stuff that is clearly pure
nonsense, spoken in heat,


IN 1971, Gordon Gill who was
indicted for larceny along
with two others, sought to
have his committal order
quashed by a judge on the
ground that the committal
magistrate had failed to abide


Stop taking it seriously, Only
you know the truth. Only you
get to decide what to believe
about you. You're a work in
progress. Write: 'I now
choose to see myself as?' and
make a list as long as you
like. Be yourself. Be whoever
you like. You decide. Then
live it.

3. REASONS TO LIKE
YOURSELF.
Liking yourself is your
birthright. Maintaining it
requires momentum.
Continually give yourself
good reasons to like yourself.
Remind yourself who you
really are. Be everything you
desire and admire in others,
yourself. This requires right
thinking and right action.
Keep on acquiring more
evidence to sustain your
conviction. Right now, draw
up a list, 'Reasons to like
myself'; include character
traits and specific actions you
are proud of yourself for.
Think about future actions
that you can take to ensure
continued flow of goodwill


law, presumed to know the' law
and was expected to have done
the correct thing, even though
his court record did not reflect
that the question was put.
However, despite the
presumptive right of the
magistrate under the law, there,


.*. was a proviso that the accused
applicant could succeed once he


ByGeorge Barclay


by the requirements of the could prove by evidence that
law. the magistrate did not carry out
He complained that the his, duty in relation to the
magistrate who conducted the statutory compliance.,
preliminary inquiry did not put This proof the defendant
the pertinent question to him: Gill could not provide-and, as a
"Do you wish to call consequence, his Motion to
witnesses". quash the indictment was
The Motion was dismissed d isMissed, by Jutice Frank
- because the magistrate .was, by Vieira. ..........


lunch, or did something special
just for you? Spoil yourself.
Spend some quality time with
you. Wine and dine yourself.
Think about you. What would
be fun for you? Do you know
how to enjoy yourself? Chill
out with your new best friend -
you! Discover your hidden,
depths, your likes and dislikes.
What makes you tick? Get some
strong opinions. Entertain
yourself. If you don't find
yourself good company, how
can others? Treat yourself well,
but above all, treat yourself.

5, LOOK CARED FOR.
You'll give off a far better
air about yourself. Pay
attention to presentation. How
looked after and cared for do
you look? Grooming speaks
volumes. Look immaculate.
Smell divine. Wear great
underwear. Get 'the look'. Buy
the sharpest haircut you can
afford. Stay with it. Last
season's must-have item was
cutting-edge then. Appearances
matter. Keep up. Don't look
neglected. If you have no pride,
nobody will give it to you.


At the hearing of the
Motion, which lasted three
days, Attorney-at-Law, Mr.
Neville Bissember
.represented the applicant
Gill, while Mr. Cecil.
Kennard of the Attorney
General's Chambers. who
later became Chancellor of
the Judiciary. with Lawyer
Mr. L. Rockcliffe, appeared '
for the State.
The facts of the case
disclosed that this was a
motion by the accused Gill,
who was indicted along with
two other accused persons for
the offence of larceny, to
quash the Indictment on the
ground that it was preferred
onia bad and unlawful

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OLD






SAYINGS


I was recently involved
in an eight month affair
with a married man. My
affair with him was not
his first. When ending
our affair, I swore to him
I would not betray him to
his family since I take
responsibility for
knowing what I was
doing when I got involved
with a married man.
Although my decision not
to betray him to his wife and
family remains unwavering, I
would like your opinion in
reference to his wife. Should
she know she has been
deceived? I think if the tables
were turned and I was the one
being cheated on, I would
rather know.


Lauren, your decision not
to betray him to his wife and
family may be unwavering,
but the truth is you would
like to tell and make him pay.
Revenge is a powerful
motivator.
A myriad of sayings
apply to the three sides of
this triangle. Four which
come to mind are: confession
is good for the soul, there is
no honour among thieves,
what goes around comes
around, and knowledge is
power.
Why should your
promise to him mean more
than his vow to his wife?
Why should the word of a
woman willing to cheat be
good?


We are in a quandary.
LAUREN Should we support you in


telling, when your motivation
is nothing more than revenge?
Or should we consider the
wife's vulnerable position,
not knowing her husband is
having sex with multiple
partners?
Almost always we
answer the letter writer, not
other involved parties. We
cannot protect this married
man because his position is
the least defensible. Being
involved with other women
is a betrayal to his wife every
single time. But his wife, the
person most in need of this
information, did not write us.
And what about you? Will
you learn anything or change
if you tell? Probably not.
Mark Twain said,
"Therein lies the defect of
revenge: it's all in the
anticipation." Revenge is cold
comfort. It doesn't advance
your life at all. That is one
thing you could learn.
Francis Bacon said, "A man
that studieth revenge keeps
his wounds green." That is
another thing you could
learn, but may not.
From among all these
sayings, which one do we
believe is most important?
Knowledge is .power.
Someone here could
benefit from the
information you possess.
His wife. Go ahead and
tell.

WAYNE & TAMARA


MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS
PRE-QUALIFICATION OF CONTRACTORS

Contractors are hereby invited to be pre-qualified for works and services to be undertaken by the Sea and
River Defence Division of the Ministry of Public Works and Communication for the following:
1 Rehabilitation/Maintenance of Sea Defence Structures
2 To Provide Surveying Services
3 Hire of Equipment
4 Electrical Works/Repairs to Air Conditioning Units
5 Weeding Sea Dam/Labour Only Contracts

Pre-Qualification form can be obtained from the Office of the PROJECT MANAGER, GUYANA SEA
DEFENCES-EMERGENCY WORKS PROJECT AT FORT STREET, KINGSTON, GEORGETOWN during
the normal working hours from 10th January 2005 to 7th February 2005.
THE COST PER PRE-QUALIFICATION FORM IS G$1000.00
Payment is NON REFUNDABLE and should be made in favour of the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of
Public Works and Communication.
Pre-Qualification Bids for each LOT must be separately enclosed in a sealed envelope, bearing no identity of
the Tenderer and should clearly indicate on the top left hand corner the Lot Tendered for.
Pre-Qualification Bids should be addressed to:
THE CHAIRMAN
MINISTRY TENDER BOARD
MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS AND COMMUNICATION
WIGHT'S LANE, KINGSTON,
GEORGETOWN.

and deposited in the Tender Box at that address on/or before 09:00 hours on Tuesday 8th February 2005.
Pre-Qualification Bids will be opened at 09:00 hours on Tuesday 8th February 2005 in the presence of
Tenderers or their representatives who choose to attend at the Ministry of Public Works and
Communications.
The Ministry of Public Works and Communication reserves the right to accept or reject any or all the
Pre-Qualification Bids without assigning reasons) for such rejection.
KENNETH JORDAN
PERMANENT SECRETARY
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My husband and I are a May-
December couple. We met
when I was 25 and he was 46.
We have a wonderful
relationship in every way.
I admire the maturity he
brings to our relationship, and
he admires my youthful energy
that helps keep him young. He
introduced me to music and
movies that were not part of
my generation, and I taught him
the importance of an open mind
when it comes to new fads,


culture, and technology.
Our families and friends
have accepted us. They tell us
we radiate love. Our philosophy
is that there are so few chances
in life to be truly happy, so if
you see a chance to be happy,
grab onto it with both hands and
never let go.
Neither I, nor my husband,
have been married before or have
any children. I am now 31, my
husband is 52, and we've been
married five years. We are


expecting our first child in June
2005. We are both extremely
excited! However my husband
is concerned about raising a
child at his age. Where can we
find information about support
groups for older dads?

MORGAN

Morgan, congratulations!
Your husband doesn't need a
group for "older" dads. What he
needs is a group for first-time
dads. Ask your obstetrician for
all the groups in your area and
pick one. Don't fear or worry.
You already bring the most
precious gift to your child: a
depth of love for each other.

WAYNE & TAMARA


Ministry of Housing and Water

Central Housing & Planning Authority







A. The Construction of Roads at Vryheid's Lust
B. The Construction ofthe Main Access Road, Martyr's Ville
C. The Construction of Roads at Montrose
D. The Construction of Roads, Enterprise ('BK11') Housing Scheme
E. Pure Water Distribution Network-Hope/Lowlands
F. Pure Water Distribution Network-Block 'Y' Grove M.I. Phases3 and 4
G. The Paving of Roads at Diamond Middle Income Phase 2
H. The Construction of Roads-Grove Squatting Area (Old)
I. Pure Water Distribution Network-Parfait Harmonie Ph. 2
J. Pure Water Distribution Network-Parfait Harmonie Ph.3
K. The Construction of Roads, Drains and Structures-Parfait Harmonie
Ph. 4

1. Interested Contractors are invited to Bid for the above
mentioned projects in the stated housing schemes.
2. The Bid Documents can be purchased from the Cashier's cage located
on the ground floor of the Ministry's Building, Lot 41 Brickdam and
United Nations Place for a nonrefundable fee of $10,000.00. (Beginning
January 12, 2005)
3. Bids must be accompanied by the following:
A. Valid NIS and GRA Certificates
B. Registration of company/firms
C. List of equipment to execute the works and the current status
of same
D. A Bid security of 1% of the tendered sum must accompany the
Bid Document
E. A comprehensive work programme for the execution of the
works
4. Bids must be submitted in sealed envelopes bearing no identity of the
Bidder and clearly indicate at the top, left-hand corner the Title of the
project.
5. Bids must be addressed to: The Chairman, Central Tender Board,
Ministry of Finance, Main & Urquhart Streets, Georgetown.
6. Bids must be deposited in: the tender box located on the first floor of
the Ministry of Finance'o on: r before Tuesday, 25'" January, 2005 at
9:00am at which time they will be opened in the presence of the
bidders/representatives who wish to attend
7. Bids which do not comply' with the stated instructions would be
regarded as non-responsive
8. The CH&PA reserves the right to reject any or all Bids

Chief Executive Officer
January, 2005

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Send letters to: Direct Answers,
PO Box 964, Springfield,
MO 65801 or email:
DirectAnswers@WayneAndTamara.com.


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14 SUNDAY CHRONICLE, January 23, 2005


Region Two administration,


businesses donate


food, boats


East Coast residents to benefit


THE Essequibo Chamber of
Commerce and the Region
Two (Pomeroon/Supenaam)
administration have pitched
in to help residents of the
East Coast Demerara who are
affected by flood waters.
According to Region Two
Chairman, Mr. Alli Baksh,
the Chamber of Commerce
will send several tonnes of
ground provisions, vegetables
and other food supplies to
Georgetown this weekend for
distribution to residents of
flooded areas in Regions
Three (West Demerara/


Essequibo Islands), Four
(Demerara/Mahaica) and Five
(Mahaica/Berbice).
Baksh also announced
that the Region Two Admin-
istration has purchased five
boats with assistance from
Central Government to help
in the distribution of food-
stuff, water and clothing and
transportation in the flood-hit
areas.
The chamber and the Re-
gion Two administration will
also assist several residents
along the Essequibo Coast


and the Pomeroon with
foodstuff and other articles.
Those residents have
also suffered losses and
damage due to flooding
caused by heavy and con-
tinuous rainfall across the
region since last week.
Baksh told the
Chronicle that a survey
will be conducted in the af-
fected areas to determine
the type of assistance per-
sons will need.
Several areas along the
coast are still under flood
waters.


Red Cross coordinates


relief for flood victims


THE Guyana Red Cross So-
ciety yesterday announced
that it was coordinating fur-
ther relief for flood victims
with other organizations and
volunteers.
It said the others include
the International Federation of
Red Cross Crescent Societies
and the Pan American Disaster
Response Unit (PADRU) and
hundreds of volunteers.
They began operations
yesterday to provide relief to
some 1,000 families affected by
the flood crisis.
In a statement, the Guyana
Red Cross Society said it is look-
ing to reach 6,000 more fami-
lies.
An aircraft has arrived from


the PADRU base in Panama with
supplies to boost the national
flood relief effort.
Items to be distributed in-
chide blankets, hygiene kits,
kitchen sets, collapsible jerry
cans, plastic sheeting rolls, oral
rehydration sachets, water puri-
fication tablets, chlorine tablets
and family food packages.
The Guyana Red Cross said
it Monday evening began distrib-
uting more than 2,000 lunches
daily to persons who have been
severely affected by the flood,
particularly the elderly, children
and the disabled.
It said this was in addition
to the usual 100 meals provided
through the Meals on Wheels
programme and 50 for the St.
Andrew's Kirk in Georgetown as
their kitchen is under water.
The Red Cross said it met
more than 50 non-governmental
organizations and the private sec-
tor on Friday to assess how the
relief efforts can be coordinated


to ensure that it is not duplicat-
ing efforts and resources.
It noted that the Chinese
Red Cross also made a donation
Friday through the Chinese Em-
bassy in Guyana.
The Spanish Red Cross and
the Dominica Red Cross have
also sent letters of support. Calls
have been received from other
sister national societies, non-gov-
ernmental organizations and pri-
vate sector agencies to join with
the Guyana Red Cross in its ef-
forts, the local group said.
The Guyana Red Cross
also indicated that it is
finalising the international ap-
peal at this time.
It said donations can be
made in person at the Guyana
Red Cross headquarters in
Kingston, Georgetown, or at
the following banks into the
listed numbers GBTI: C 1814
213; NBIC: 276-3043; Scotia
Bank: 109 778; and Demerara
Bank: 216 2188.


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Tenders ar.aereby.iwed for Caricom bulk shipping for a period of 3 years comn i1 -Ii.] 005. The
details areesfolloWs:-
shipments from Demerara Sugar Termfi i to
markets. Average annual tonnages are 50,

Requiremdfts:
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Bidders vifubmit6dividual tenders for each of the above-mentioned cat'
Bidders must satisfy the following criteria:-
(a)' Vesselssmust be seaworthy, fully insured and fit to receive sugar. GuySU&o reserves the right to
-* engage inspectors to inspect the vessels as part of the tender evaluationprpeessi
M0-Vessels must comply with local and international shipping regulation *, '-.
(). Hatches of Vessels must be secured to protect the integrity of the Cargo. Arrangements effected
must be approved by GuySuCo prior to the award of contract.
(d)- A Performance/security bond of G$ six (6) million would be required from the successful
tenderer(s).
(e) Ownershiplaccess to at least two Vessels to ensure timely delivery of sugar.

Bidders who fail to identify Vessels in the bid document will not be considered.

Bidders who fail to submit the relevant papers for their Vessels with the bid document will be disqualified.

B
A completeset of bidding documents could be uplifted by interested bidders frbo'rth Maiketing Department,
Guyana Stugar Corporation Inc., Head Office, Ogle, East Coast Demerara, Guyaha from Friday 14" January,
2005.

Abid bond of G$ one (1) million is required.

The closing date forsubmission of bids is Friday 4Wt February, 2005 at 2.00 pm.;

All bids must be placed in tender box # 13 and addressed to the Company Secretary, Guyana Sugar Corporation
Inc., Head Office, Ogle, East Coast Demerara, Guyana. On the reverse of the envelope the bidder should
clearly mark "Bid for Caricom Bulk Shipping".

Guyana Sugar Corporation Inc., (GuySuCo) shall not be bound by the highest, lowest or any bid and will not be
bound by the bid period and reserves the right to award for a lesser period (but not less than one year) or for
lesser quantities.
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HIGH TIDE ADVISORY: AH reesldew't. it t rim
and low-lying areas are advised to lt. t
possible flooding due to above normal hRI tides.
SPRINGG TIDE ADVISORY: The spring td eaWS Isory
imoinm unto Nov. 30, 04 ,- .. . .
*Of6R IWATHER RELATED QUE'AS^Al-
619-16 FAX 2681224




DEMERARA HARBOUR BRIDGE CLOSURE TO ROAD
TRAFFIC FOR SUNDAY, JANUARY 23, 2005


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For Ocean Going Vessels opening last about 1-1'"hrs

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FORMER U.S. President
Jimmy Carter will deliver the
keynote address at the inau-
gural Lecture Series of the
Americas at the Organisation
of American States (OAS)
headquarters on Tuesday. He
will share his perspectives on
'The Promise and Peril of De-
mocracy'. The one-hour lec-
ture begins at 3:00 p.m. Wash-
ington Time.
The newly-created'
monthly hemispheric confer-
ence stems from a Summit of
the Americas mandate in
which the hemisphere's
heads of state and government
called for "effective, practical
*and compassionate solutions
for the problems that confront
our societies."
Enshrined in both the
OAS -Charter and the Inter-
American Democratic Char-
ter, democracy features promi-
nently on the inter-American
agenda as a priority issue for
the 'hemispheric
organisation. This first lec-
ture is part of'a series .of
programmes and activities


called for in the Inter-Ameri-
can Democratic Charter "to
promote democratic principles
and practices and strengthen
a democratic culture, in the
Hemisphere."
Based on an initiative
of Peru's Permanent Mission
to the OAS, the
Organisation's Permanent


MR. JIMMY' CARTER


Council established the Lec-
tur6 Series as part of activi-
ties "designed to provide the
peoples of the Americas with
the-best options for solving
the problems that beset them.


The OAS and the San Martin
de Porres University of Peru
signed the agreement estab-
lishing the Lecture Series of
the Americas, at OAS head-
quarters on December 15 last.
Irene Klinger, Direc-
tor of the OAS Department of
Communications and Exter-
nal Relations and Coordina-
tor of the Lecture Series of the
Americas programme, ex-
plained that a total of 12 con-
ferences will be held this year,
covering major topics such as
human rights, hemispheric
security and combating pov-
erty.
Other speakers slated
to keynote subsequent Lec-
tures include Inter-American
-Development Bank (IDB)
President Enrique Iglesias;
International Criminal Court
President Phillipe Kirsch;
and 1992 Nobel Laureate for
Literature Derek Walcott of
Saint Lucia.
The inaugural lecture
will be transmitted live by ra-
dio, television and Internet
throughout the Americas.


Carter to deliver keynote


address at new


OAS lecture series


Sonya Roopnauth
Permanent Secretary


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The Ministry of Health invites Tenders from suitably qualified Contractors to submit bids for the
execution of the following:
Extension to Blood Bank, Lamaha and East Streets, Georgetown,
Public Hospital Corporation Compound.
Tender Documents can be obtained from the Administrative Office, Ministry of Health,
Brickdam, during the hours of 9am to 3pm Monday to Friday upon payment of the sum of Five
Thousand Dollars ($5,000.00) each.
Tenders must be enclosed in a plain, sealed envelope, which does not in any way identify the
Tenderer. On the top left-hand corner of the envelope, the Project tendered for must be
clearly written.
Tenders must be addressed to the Chairman, National Board for Procurement and Tender
Administration and must be deposited in the Tender Box situated at the Ministry of Finance,
Main and Urquhart Streets, Georgetown not later than Tuesday, February 1,2005 at 9:00 am.
Tenders will be opened immediately thereafter.
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BRIEFING: acting Agriculture Minister, Mr. Satyadeow Sawh, addresses flood victims at
the Helena Primary School, East Coast Demerara yesterday. The school is one of the
shelters for residents dislocated by the flood. (Delano Williams photo)
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st coast uemerara, on me main roaa yesterday waning


ON HIGH GROUND: cattle tied along the East Coast Demerara road yesterday because
their usual grazing grounds are under water. (Cullen Bess-Nelson photo)


MORE PUMPS: workers installing a 20-inch pump at the Ogle, East Coast Demerara gas
station yesterday afternoon in an effort to reduce the water level on the East Coast.
(Winston Oudkerk photo)


ferrying foodstuff to the Helena Primary School for flood-affected resic


DISLOCATED: because of the severe flooding on the
makeshift homes along the sides of the main road.
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BOAT YARD: building a boat to boost the most popular mode of transportation in flood-hit
areas. (Cullen Bess-Nelson photo)


GETTING THE WATER OUT: drainage pumps at Lilieodaal, East Coast Demerara were in
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-HE nutrition of digs has
received considerable interest
during the past few years and
certain large manufacturers
of dog foods have conducted
extensive research and
feeding trials in order to
establish nutritious diets that
need no supplementation.
America Federal law requires
that all dog food
manufacturers (the ones we
get here in Guyana) provide
a listing of ingredients in
their rations. However, the
required labels often do not
contain enough information
for you to compare one dog


food with another. Well-
known manufacturers, noted
for their research, generally
produce good quality dog
foods you can trust. In
General, commercial dry or
soft-moist foods are more
reliably balanced products
than canned rations. Canned
meat may be added to the dry
food (kibble) for palatability,
but should not exceed 25 per
cent of the total daily ration.
One of the best ways to
gauge the effectiveness of a
product is to observe its effect
upon a dog's stool. Poor quality
protein passes through a dog's


intestinal tract unused, resulting
in loose, mushy, or diarrheal"
stools. Very large stools, on the
other hand, indicate excessive
amounts of fibre and other
indigestibles.
I would prefer if every dog/
cat owner would confer with
his/her vet and then prepare a
diet sheet for a new puppy. The
diet should then be followed, at
least for the first few weeks.
since an abrupt change in diet
can cause digestive upsets.
Puppy chows supply the
protein, carbohydrates, fat and
minerals required to raise
healthy puppies provided they
eat it well (if the pups/kittens
are laden with worms, they will
not have healthy appetites).
Purchase a name-brand product.
one specifically formulated for
puppy growth and
development. Pups under a year
of age require about twice as
much protein and about 50 per


cent more calories per pound ,
tlhanadult-dogs.Thh"feddi.ng'of- ".
young puppies was discussed in
TVA 28/11/2004. '" '.
Puppies six months and '. '
older should be fed twice a day, :. ..
as much as they will eat in 20
minutes. Then pick up the dish.
Labels on dog food packages
provide recommended daily
feeding amounts. They are
useful guidelines but not
applicable to every puppy. As
a rule, feed the puppy up to his .
appetite. The thing to avoid, -;
which happens too often, is
feeding too much. An
overweight puppy is in danger .
of developing structural defects.
Today's (and next week's)
TVA relies heavily on texts
prepared by Drs Carlson and
Giffin in their Pet Care
Handbook.
During this flooding
season, use common sense to
protect your pets. Keep them
on high ground, even inside .;
your house. .
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.


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Cookery Corner


Welcome to the 329'h edition of
/ "Champion Cookery Corner", a
weekly feature giving recipes and
V" 'tips on cooking in Guyana.
Keep it up by following a low fat diet you can change your habits and live the healthy lifestyle
you desire! Here are some more recipes incorporating quality products made by Edward B.
Beharry& Co. Ltd, : t help you achieve you goals!
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'/2 cup onions, chopped
2 cloves garlic, minced
20 ozs chicken or vegetable broth
1 V'/ cup water
6 ozs tomato paste
1 tsp Italian seasoning
1/4 tsp Chico Black Pepper
15 ozs mixed vegetables, canned and
drained
'/2 cup Champion Elbow Pasta,
uncooked


Put onions and garlic in a medium pot and
cook until tender. Add broth, water,
tomato paste, seasoning, and black pepper
to the onions and garlic. Stir and bring to a
boil. Reduce heat to low and cook for ten
minutes. Add mixed vegetables and
macaroni. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to
low and cook ten minutes, or until
Champion Pasta Elbows are done.
6 servings; (with chicken broth) 99 Calories,
2g Fat, 4g Protein, 18g Carbohydrate, lmg
Cholesterol, 1060mg Sodium


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6 ounces Champion Pasta Shells
1 1/4 pounds Fresh spinach
1 pound chicken breasts without skin, grilled,
cut I"
4 cloves garlic, chopped fine
1 teaspoon Olive oil or vegetable spray
1 cup Chicken broth
teaspoon Nutmeg.
Salt and Chico Black Pepper
V2 cfp Parmesan cheese, grated

Method:
Cook the spinach in the broth until tender. Drain
and reserve broth. Mash out excess liquid.
Cook pasta. Preheat a saute pan or heavy skillet


over medium heat, add-the oil or vegetable
spray and saute the garlic, stirring
constantly, until it is white. Don't allow it
to brown. Add the spinach and nutmeg or
mace, salt and pepper. Add the chicken
pieces to the spinach, stir and turn and add
a small amount of the reserved cooking
broth. Stir and turn the spinach until it is
hot, adding broth as necessary. Remove
pasta and immediately drain. Add the
shells into the spinach mixture and blend
well. Serve immediately with Parmesan.

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(From page 12)

committal order made by
a magistrate who had
conducted the preliminary
inquiry.
His counsel submitted that
as nothing was recorded in the
depositions to indicate that the
magistrate did ask the accused
whether he wished to call any
witnesses on his behalf, in
keeping with the requirements
of section 66 (1) of the Criminal
Law (Procedure) Ordinance
Chapter 11, the purported
committal of the accused was
not lawful but was a nullity.
State Counsel submitted
that it was for the defence to
prove that it was the
magistrate's duty to record the
fact of the statutory compliance
and that the onus was on the
accused to rebut the
presumption of regularity.
According to the judge,
Section 66 (1) of the Criminal
Law (Procedure) Ordinance
Chapter 11 provides:
After the proceedings
required by the preceding
section are completed, the
magistrate shall ask the
accused if he wishes to call
any witnesses".
The judge held: (i) there
was no statutory duty imposed
on a magistrate to record the
factum of his having asked the
accused person whether he
wished to call any witnesses on
his behalf:

(ii) a motion to quash the
indictment could not be
properly maintained without
evidence being adduced on the
part of the accused to rebut the
presumption of regularity;

(iii) the accused had failed to
lead evidence to rebut the
presumption of regularity and,
accordingly, the motion would
have to be dismissed, the judge
had said.

Delivering the judgment,
Justice Vieira had said: "The
three accused are indicted for the
felony of larceny, contrary to
section 164 of the Criminal Law
(Offences) Ordinance, Chapter
10.
After this matter was first
called but before the accused
were arraigned, Mr. Bissember
moved a motion to quash the
indictment on the ground that it
was preferred on a bad and
unlawful committal order in that
the Preliminary Inquiry before
the magistrate was conducted in
a manner that contravened the
provision of the Criminal Law
(Procedure) Ordinance, Chapter
11 (hereinafter referred to as the
Ordinance) and, specifically,
Section 66 thereof.
"His argument, as I
understand it, is that as there
. is nothing recorded on the
diepositions to indicate
whether the Magistrate did


in fact ask the No. 1 accused
whether he wished to call any
witness or witnesses on his
behalf, which is a mandatory
requirement under section 66
(1) of the Ordinance, then the
purported committal of the
No. 1 accused (and indeed of
the other two accused as well)
was not a lawful and/ or a
legal committal and,
accordingly, amounts to a
complete nullity.
"He contends that after the
statutory caution is put to an
accused person by a Magistrate
under section 65 of the
Ordinance, he must then enquire
of the accused whether he
wishes to call any witnesses or
not in accordance with section
66 (1) of the Ordinance
'He points out that the
operative words in section 66
(1) are "shall ask", which, he
submits, clearly indicates that
the Magistrate has no discretion
in the matter at all and is
therefore bound to make such a
statutory requirement and
privilege available to the
accused.
"Mr. Bissember stresses
that the original depositions
.now before the court is not only
the primary but, indeed, the
best evidence, which cannot be
varied, added to or altered by:....
evidence and be would strongly
object to any attempt on the
part of the State to call any
witnesses to give eviden4Pta. 'V
what actually took place boe ',
the Magistrate A40rlu
particular, whetherej&'.ihp
Magistrate did, or did not, in .
fact comply with the law.. -
"'Mr. Rockliffe, Wtt^d .
submitted that
authorities cited were not
relevant to the point in issue .
and that it was for 'lt. .
defence to prove that :.
Magistrate was under lth d*
to record the fact whethef'he
asked the No. I accuse if he'
wished to call any witn~mes
or not.
... .. . ,. .


"He contends that the
absence from the record of any
indication whether the No. I
accused was in fact asked by the
Magistrate whether he wished
to call any witnesses or not is
not conclusive or th.; 4t t,.
this was not i'ff -f; "r
sections (1) and '2).i o. "/
66 of the Ordinance imposes on
the Magistrate a duty to make "
a record only if a witness shall
have testified."
"Mr. Rockliffe further
contends that as the point has
been raised in this forum then
the onus is upon the accused to
rebut the presumption of
regularity and, if no such
evidence is called, then the
submissions ought to be
overruled and the trial should
proceed in the normal way".

Concluding his judgment,
Justice Vieira had said,
among other things, "As I


understand it, the maxim
"omnia praesumuntur rite et
solemniter esse acta" means
that all things are presumed
to be done correctly until the
contrary is proved. It is a
rebuttable presumption of
law; (praesumptiones juris)
and is chiefly applied to
judicial and official acts. The
chief features of this


presumption are;


(a) it derives its forces from
law;

(b) it applies to a class, the
conditions of which are fixed
and uniform;

(c) it is drawn by the court
and in the absence of opposing


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Magstates rsupto


No. EuropeAid/120859/D/S/GY
Issued by: The Government of the Co-operative Republic of GUYANA
for a project identified for financing by the European Community (EC)


1. Project identification and financing
a) Title: Supply of Materials for Emergency Repairs of Existing Sea Defences
b) Number 8 ACP. GUA 005
c) Source of financing: European Development Fund (EDF)
d) Status of the financing: Approved

2. Contract identification
a) Type of contract Supplies
b) Subject: Supply of Materials for Emergency Repairs of Existing Sea Defences in Regions 2,3,4, Essequibo Coast, West and East Coast
Demerara,Guyana,financed by the 8th European Development Fund (EDF)
c) Number of lots: Not Applicable
d) Variants: No Variant Solution

3. Eligibility, origin and evaluation criteria
a) Elibility and origin: Consultancy firms from EU member States and ACP countries, signatories to the Fourth Lome Convention Second
Protocol. .
b) Evaluation: see tender documents
Tenders shall be technically evaluated on the basis of information provided by the Tender. Any failure to submit the above adequately
completed information to the required level of detail and to determine the Tenderer's ability to execute the Supply in accordance with the
requirements of the Contract, will lead to the rejection of the Tender.

0 Authority will invite the tender with the lowest financial bid among the teil it duatetenders to sign the Contract.

SLtocation and deadline ... . '- r
a) Project location: The Cooperative Republic of Gyana, La Belle Alliance, Reanrtidehanna Cecila and Anna Regina Region 2, Essequibo
Coast, Den Amstel Region 3, West Coast Demerara, Paradise Region 4, East Goast .merara.
,, Place of delivery, installation or perfonnance: see 4 (a) .
'. Delivery or performance period: 10 months
d) Tender validity period. 90 days

5. ProJect Authorities
a) Contracting authority- The Government of the Cooperative of Guyana represented by-the Minister of Finance, Main & Urquhart Streets,
Georgetown, Guyana, Including his duly authorised representative.
b) Supervisor The Chief Sea & River Defence Officer, Ministry of Public Works aid Communication or his appointed assignee.

6. Tender documents
a) Type of tender Open International Invitation Tender
b) Terms on which tender documents may be obtained: The tender documentca.beipurchased from: The Sea and River Defence Division of
the Ministry of Public Works and Communication, Fort Street, Kingston, Georgetown, Guyana, against payment of the non-refundable 200
EUROS or equivalent in Guyana Dollars, the addresses given in (c), and (d)
c) Inspection of the tender documents in the country of the contracting authority: TheChief en and River Defence Division in the Ministry
of Public Works, 1 Water St, Kingston, Guyana. Fax: +592,226 3611.
d) Inspection of the tender documents in the Member States: Offices of the Commission of the European Communities (see addresses below)

7. Language, receipt and opening of the tenders .. -
- a) Language: English
b) Date and time (local) for receipt of tenders: 26th Apnl 2005 at 9:00 hr
c) Address for the receipt: The Chairman, National Board for Procurement and Tender Administration, Ministry of Finance, Main & Urquhart
Streets, Georgetown, Guyana.
d) Date and time (local) for opening of tenders 26th April 2005 at 9:05 hr
e) Address for the opening: As in c) above.

8. Deposits and guarantees
a) Tender guarantee: 12,000 Euros (twelve thousand) or equivalent in Guyana Currency, Pounds Sterling, US Dollars in favour of: The
Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Public Works and Communication.
b) .Performance guarantee: 10% of the Contract Price

9. Site visit: not applicable

10. Further information
a) REFERENCES: This notice is published pursuant to Annex I to Decision No 3/90 of the ACP-EEC Council of Ministers of 29.3.90
S(OJ L-382 31.12.90). ... .. .... '
Government ads can be viewed on http://llwww.gina.gov.gy


1/22/2005, 9:45 PM


evidence is conclusive for the
party in whose favour they
operate Phipson on evidence,
9th Edition (1952) at pp. 698
699.
After perusing the evidence,
the judge pointed out that in the
course of his arguments, Mr.
Bissember made it clear that the
No. 1 accused would not be
giving evidence neither would
he be calling any witness to
prove what actually took place
before the Magistrate.
Equally, Mr. Rockliffe
emphasised that the State also
would not be calling any
witness on this particular issue",
Justice Frank Vieira said and
added:


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'"In the final analysis,
therefore, for the reasons I
have given, I hold and rule
that the onus is upon No. 1
accused (and indeed on all
three accused) to rebut the
presumption of regularity
that, to my mind, clearly
arises in this matter by sworn
evidence to the contrary
before this court but, as the
No. 1 accused has seen fit to
decline to do so then the
committal by the Magistrate
must be taken to have bee
done both lawfully and
legally and, therefore, the
motion to quash the
indictment is not sustainable
and is accordingly, dismissed.


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Develop and publish web-site to provide information on and promote Guyanese forest products.
Set up database of international s


Interested applicants are required to submit detailed Curriculum Vitae with full contact details, listing three referees, to
the following address:
The Commissioner of Forests
Guyana Forestry Commission
I tilterSircet. Kingston
Genorgetanin., Guyana
South .lmerica
Applications would also be accepted via e-mail and fiax at the following: Email: Project.CoordiHt oriaforestrv.gov. y
or Comitissionerritforestrt.gov.gv Fax:. (592) 226 8956
Additional details about the Project and the terms of reference are available at the Guyana Forestry Commission
websitc: htttl/vw.tforestr aoty' and can be uplifted at the I ead Office at 1 Water Street Kingston, Georgetown. Tel:
+ (592) 226-7272
-Closi1g dateoc applications is.4.-ebtuary, 2005--------------------------.


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The Government of Guyana, in collaboration with International Donors, is seeking to establish a Forest Products
Marketing Council and is inviting applications for the following posts:
1. INTERNATIONAL MARKETING CONSULTANT
Applications are invited for the above post for 175 days over a 12 months period (March 2005 to February 2006). Travel
cost is covered under the conditions of the offer.
Oualification and Experience: The marketing specialist will have a minimum of 10 years experience in
international marketing of tropical forest products and at least a Masters degree in marketing, economics, management,
forestry or related subject. S/he will have been closely involved in the establishment and operation of a Timber
Marketing Board. S/he will have experience with ITTO projects and have lived and worked in developing countries.
Duties
1. Prepare a comprehensive action plan for the establishment of a Forest Products Marketing Council for
Guyana.
2. Oversee the production of two marketing analysis reports:
3. Provide data for, and oversee the development of, a Guyana's forest products information and promotion
web-site.
2. NATIONAL MARKETING CONSULTANT
Applications are invited for the above post for the period of 12 months commencing March. 2005.
Experience and Qualification: The national marketing specialist will have a minimum of 7 years experience in
international marketing of tropical forest products. S/he will have knowledge and experience of the functions of
marketing boards and have experience with investigating niche markets and the potential for lesser-knoWvn species. S/he
will preferably have experience as a consultant on international projects with at least a Masters degree in marketing,
economics, forestry or related area.
Duties
1. Assist lead consultant with Action Plan and Business Plan for the establishment of a Forest Products
Marketing Council.
2. Collect information and draft reports on secondary wood products and lesser used species. Solicit
comments through consultations with the sector and finalize reports.
3. TRAINING CONSULTANT
Applications are invited for the above post for four months commencing at the start of September, 2005.
Experience and Qualification: The training specialist will have a minimum of 7 years experience in providing
training in forestry or related field. S/he will have experience of developing curricula and manuals as well as organizing
training programmes for adults. S/he will preferably have experience as a consultant on international projects with at
least a Masters Degree in forestry, economics, marketing or any related areas.
Duties
1. Develop curriculum for training programme under the advisement of the lead consultant and national
marketing consultant.
2. Develop training manuals through liaising with the lead consu tant for structural guidance.
3. Conduct training course in areas outlined in course curriculum
4. LEGAL CONSULTANT
Applications are invited for the above post for 1 month commencing at the start of March. 2005.
Experience and Qualification: The legal specialist will have a minimum of 7 years experience in practicing law
in Guyana and must have an LLB Degree. S/he will have knowledge of the forestry sector and will preferably have
experience with the establishment of statutory bodies in Guyana.
Duties
1. Advise lead consultant on legal requirements and procedure for establishing a Marketing Council
2. Draft the Constitution of the Marketing Council as recommended by the legal requirement.
5. WEB DESIGN SPECIALIST
Applications are invited for the above post for a period of4 months from June to September. 2005.
Experience and Oualification: The web design specialist will have a minimum of 7 years experience in web-site
design and production, a BSc Degree in Computer Studies and experience in web-mastering. S/he will preferably have
experience providing training in web-site development and maintenance and experience of working with projects.


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Suitably qualified and experienced candidates are invited
to apply for the following vacancies at Toolsie Persaud
Limited Group of Companies viz:-
GEORGETOWN OPERATIONS:
a) Marketing Manager
Minimum Qualifications Degree or Diploma in
Marketing or Business Administration from a
recognized University. Computer literacy is desirable.
Considerable practical experience in marketing with
emphasis on export sales promotion will be a distinct
advantage. Must have excellent public relations and
the capacity to deal effectively and efficiently with both
local and international clients. An attractive package
awaits the right person.
b) Assistant Marketing Officer
Should have Diploma in Marketing or Business
Administration plus at least five (5) years relevant
experience. Computer literacy is essential.
ST MARY'S OPERATIONS
Shipping/Marine Foreman
Should have City & Guilds or equivalent in Engineering
and/or Mechanics plus at least five (5) years relevant
supervisory experience. Must have good knowledge
of Maritime Laws and procedures. A valid Harbour
Licence plus considerable navigational experience are
essential. Accommodation and basic amenities will
be provided free of cost.
ANARIKA & BUTUKARI OPERATIONS
a) Assistant Forestry Manager
Minimum Qualifications A Degree or Diploma in
Forestry or Agriculture from a recognized University
plus at least five (5) years relevant experience and
training in forestry operations at supervisory level.
This position carries an attractive package that
includes free accommodation and other amenities
normally provided for management personnel at our
hinterland locations.
b) 2 Office Clerks
With CXC or equivalent in at least three (3) subjects
including English and Mathematics plus at least three
(3) years experience in general clerical duties that
include accounts.
c) 2 Grade A Heavy Duty Mechanics
With good knowledge of Caterpillar machines and
engines and transmission and hydraulic systems.
City & Guilds or equivalent in mechanics would be a
definite asset. Training at a Technical Institute or
recognized Trade School. Must have at least five (5)
years practical experience with a reputable
establishment or recognized workshop.
The Company has a Contributory Medical and Life
Scheme with a recognized Insurance Company for
employees in the above positions.
Applications together with Curriculum Vitae must be
transmitted to reach the undersigned not later than
Monday 31st January, 2005.
Robinson Bostwick
The Human Resource Consultant
TOOLSIE PERSAUD LIMITED
10-12 Lombard Street, Georgetown.
Fax: 226-2554, 225-9487
Email: tpl@guyana.net.gy


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CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY SECRETARIAT


STAFF VACANCIES

LEGISLATIVE DRAFTING FACILITY


Applications are invited from interested and suitably qualified
nationals of Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Member States and
Associate Member States to fill the following positions with
assigned duty station in Guyana:

(i) Director(1)
(ii) Draftsperson (1)
(iii) Assistant Draftspersons (2)

Full details of these positions may be obtained by accessing the
Secretariat's web page at http://www.caricom.org.

Applications with full curriculum details, including .nationality, date
of birth, work experience, educational qualifications, summary of
professional skills and/or expertise, language proficiency, list of
professional publications, three references (at least two of whom
must be familiar with the applicant's work), and other relevant
information, should be sent to the Human Resource Management,
Caribbean Community-. Secretariat, Sank of Guyana Buildinrg,
Avenue oQfthe RepublI, Georgetown, .Guyana or by e-mi to
applnhrm@caricom. Im

The Secretariat wliWIommence considering 'applfcatlohs io.1 3-
-January2005. . .- -






VACANCIES


RECEPTIONISTS

CONFIDENTIAL SECRETARY

COMPUTER OPERATOR

TYPIST /CLERKS

BOND CLERKS

FACTORY WORKERS (Male and Females)

MERCHANDISERS

OUTDOOR SALES REPRESENTATIVES


Apply in person with written application to:






TWINS MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS

30 Industrial Estate Ruimveldt

Between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
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By Mark Ramotar

SOME 200 tonnes of dry ra-
tions have been distributed to
people affected by the flood cri-
sis, President Bharrat Jagdeo
said yesterday, but reported that
more food and relief supplies
will be needed to see Guyanese
through this national disaster.
"We have already delivered
about 72 truckloads of food to
the various villages on the East
Coast and in Georgetown," the
President announced at a State
House press briefing.
He pointed out that this is
in addition to the more than
20,000 hot and prepared meals
that were being distributed
daily to people in flood-hit com-
munities.
Foodstuff has so far been
distributed to all the villages be-
tween Liliendaal and Bee Hive
on the East Coast, to the Out-
reach Ministry, Channel Nine
TV studio, South Ruimveldt
Primary School, Sophia, and
other places in Georgetown, he
said.
He said the feedback
from the distribution process
has been satisfying.
S "The reports are that
this is satisfying a lot of people
because we've already delivered
about 72 truckloads of food and
on average it's about three
tonnes per truck, so we've de-
livered over 200 tonnes of food-
stuff to these communities."
Mr. Jagdeo, however,
admitted that there are hiccups
with the distribution process,
with some areas getting food-
stuff while people in other ar-
eas are denied or do not have
access to the foodstuff because
they are stranded.
I"Some areas are getting
the foodstuff and they are very
organized but there are other
areas that are not so organised
and people are taking the stuff
and locking them up for just
their families," the President
lamented.


-President reports


He noted that some,
reports suggest that .there is
also favouritism in the deliv-
ery of foodstuff.
"In some areas, be-
cause they are isolated and
because they can't come to the
roadside, they have -not re-
ceived any foodstuff as yet So
we've been getting a feedback
from many of these areas that
have been shut out, such as
North Lusignan, and parts of
Enmore and Haslington and
we're trying to fill these gaps
now," he assured.
"I want to urge people
who are distributing the food-
stuff I know it is difficult on
the ground but they should
try to be very fair."
He also urged commu-
nities to pay greater attention
to the distribution process and
to try to see that people are
treated fairly.
He said the relief ef-
fort was becoming more
organised.
The President said
there are shortages of food-
stuff in the city but conmmit-
ted efforts are being made to
mobilise goods from Berbice
to bring to the city.
He also pointed out
that the food shortage is com-
pounded by rising prices for
many items.
"...we're in a tough
situation and I have to try my
best to deliver support to our
people who are suffering and
we are going to work day and
night. I have put my govern-
ment to work at this. I have
got the ministers working to
help as far as possible.
"I have government
officials working, private
people, the
churches...everybody pulling
together on this front."
I The President also in-
dicated that the G$200M he


has set aside for the national
flood relief effort will not be
enough to deal with the cri-
sis.
"We will have to ex-
ceed this sum but I don't know,
by how much at this point in
time," the President told re-
porters.
He took the opportu-
nity to plead with all employ-
,ers to make sure that they
exercise some amount of un-
derstanding when employees
do not show up for work or
have difficulties since this cri-
sis calls for persons to exer-
cise understanding.
President Jagdeo also
noted that the health teams,
headed by Health Minister, Dr
Leslie Ramsammy, have been
going out into almost all the af-
fected areas and have seen and
treated about 39,000 people.
He said these health
teams are still required to
continue this effort since
more than 100,000 are now
affected and in dire conditions
and needing treatment, espe-
cially in areas on the East
Coast and in the city. I.
Mr. Jagdeo said the
head of the New Guyana Phar-
maceutical Corporation
(NGPC) has assured him that
drugs are available for the
current crisis but if necessary,:
additional drugs can be manu-
factured to cater for expand-
ing needs.
He also noted that
schools cannot be reopened
realistically tomorrow, as was
previously advised by the Min-
istry of Education. He said "we
will have to determine at some
point in time when the schools
can be reopened in
Georgetown".
He denied rumours'
that Guyana has refused as-
sistance from the United
States.


CARICOM Secretariat


closed because,. of floods


Ti (t."ribbean members be cu-. emttontta6tyfromato--
,C-0kn) m u n .i t y rent flood- cr j R,"'n." morroW.; '1
(CAR1i OM) Seere- Guyaig, the s-e.setaiat .The Executive"
tarklt InGeorgetown announced yesterday.. Management Committee
will remain closed in ThesecretairatNsEx also ured.members o0.
light of the difficulties ecutive Managmenim staff who are able to re-':
still being experienced Committee said- there port for'duty to kind) do.:.
by the majority of staff will, however be a skel- so. ,
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Suspected


fraud at Region


Six HDC under


probe


THE Region Six (East Berbice/Corent.,nei Administra-
tion is investigating a $30M fraud allegedly committed by
an official from one of the 16 Neighbourhood Democratic
Councils in the region.
Deputy Regional Executive Officer, Mr. Davendranauth
Ramkissoon, reported that the sum was discovered missing


after an official from the Bank of Guyana telephoned on
December 22 last stating that the account was in overdraft.
Following a letter from the bank. the administration
was informed that the account would be closed if it was not
cleared b3 December 31 last, he said. The overdraft is in
excess of $2.81M.
The regional body on checking the records discovered
that the account had $26NM but imnestigations revealed that
there were irregularities, which subsequently pointed to a
particular Neighbourhood Democratic Council (NDC),
Ramkissoon said.
He said the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of
Local Govurnment was informed and a state audit was sug-
gested.
Ramkissoon told the Chronicle that bn Monday, the
Chairman. Clerk and Overseer of the Kilcoy/Chesney NDC
were summoned to a meeting with the regional body but
one of the three failed to attend and could uot be located.
A preliminary report from the State Auditors is expected
to be handed over shortly.
Meanwhile, workers with the NDC were last week not
paid salaries for January as the bank account has been fro-
zen, Ramkissoon said.


SUNDAY CHRONICLE, January 23, 2005

Big hike in hospital fees
JAMAICA Observer Jamaicans will, as of tomorrow, be re-
quired to pay huge increased fees for services at public hospi-
tals.
The increases, the health ministry said yesterday, should allow
the government to collect about $400 million more annually in fees,
in addition to the $1.1 billion that it currently earns from fees paid
by patients at public hospitals.The new fees will see patients pay-
ing $500 for registration, up from $300, while private patients and
patients with health insurance will be required to pay $1,500, up
from $500.
Public patients are persons who go directly to the hospital for
treatment, while those referred by their personal medical doctor are
considered private patients.General admission will now cost $500
per day, up to six days, and $100 thereafter for public patients,
moving from $200 per day. Private patients and persons with health
insurance will now pay from $4,000, depending on the type of ward,
up from $2,000.Major operations will now cost public patients
$9,000 to $12,000, depending on the type of surgery, and $18,000
to $24,000 for private patients. The costs of major operations have
moved from $5,000 for public patients and $8,400 for private
patients.Meanwhile, minor surgeries will now cost between $250
and $8,400 for public patients, and $400 to $16,800 for private
patients, moving from $1,000 and $3,000, respectively.
Grace Allen-Young, the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry
of Health, told reporters at a press conference on Friday at the min-
istry in Kingston, that the increases were necessary for the health
sector to continue delivering quality health care.


SoWWAorb2421E SA


We take this opportunity to congratulate the winner of last week's Z R L E ZRE E
"Should be Won" Chronicle Crossword Competition. A new "All-
Corerect" puzzle for $40,000.00 plus is now presented to you. This
competition will be drawn on Friday, February 04. 2005.
The Rules governing all Chronicle Crossword Competitions are outlined "A"A
hereunder: 3 ..143 .A4_


1. Any number of different entries may be submitted, but each must be
on the form published in either the Sunday Chronicle or Wednesday's
Guyana Chronicle.
2. Each entry costs $20.00.
3. Cheques and stamps will not be accepted. Consequently, entries
accompanied by any of these will be declared invalid and returned un-
checked.
4. Each entry must be completed in ink (not pencil) and be accompanied
by the name and address of the sender also written in ink, in the space
provided under each coupon. Entries in red ink will be disqualified.
5. Cash must not be remitted through the mail. Entries placed in available
boxes should be accompanied by notes to the value of each entry or
entries.
6. Judging will take place every other week.
7. Coupons ofthe puzzle will be published on Sundays and Wednesdays.
8. Entries must reach the Office of Guyana National Newspapers Limited,
Lama Avenue, Bel Air Park, Georgetown
not later than 15:30 h or 3.30 pm on the
Friday ofjudging. Residents ofEssequibo
must deposit their entries at Anna Regina
and Charity; Post Offices not later than
16:00 h or 4pm on the Wednesday of the ACROSS:
week ofjudging. In eth er areas outside
of Georgetown, the entriesmust be placed
by 16:00 h or 4 pm on Thursday, in the 1. Sound.
week ofthejudginrig of the Crossword.
9. The official solution will be published 3. Word used. as
the following Sunday along with the homophone, i.e, a
winning entiy or entries and the official
solution.- word that is
10. In the event that a player requests a
recheck, he or she must first lodge the sum pronounced in the
of $500 at our Office in Georgetown, same way as
Linden or New Amsterdam before the same way as
recheck is done, and.this NOT later than another but spelt in
10:00 hor 10am on the Tuesday following a different way and
the publication. a different way and
11.The $500 lodged for the recheck will has a. different
be refunded along with the prize money if
the player requestingthe recheck proves to meaning.
be correct.f the claim is not correct the
sum lodged for the recheck will be 5. Female personal
escheated. name.
12. Management reserves the right to nm
reject any entry or entries which it 7. Georgetown (Abbr.)
considers mutilated, illegibly written, or
on which these are erasures or evidence 8. Enthusiasm.
that more than one letter has been written 9. To absolve.
in each space provided on the entry form.
13. The Competition can be 10.Word used as a
discontinued without any notice.
14. Winners in Georgetown'are asked to homophone, i.e, a
call at the Chronicle'sOffice on Lama
Avenue, Bel Air Park with suitable
identification to collect their prize
money, Those outside the winner or winners of the Crossw<
Georgetown area will be sent crossed. Boxes have been placed at the (
chequeby registered mail. Elsewhere, one box each has bee
15. Employees ofthe GNNL and/or their Vreedren-Hoop Police Station, W
immediate families'are debarred from Clifford Carpen's Store, Hampsh
entering the Competition. Clifford Carlp"s Store, ampshi
16. Part of the proceeds .of the. theEastCoast of Demerara.
competition will go to assist, in. '
meeting the needs of sports and The additional incentives of $1,0
deserving causes to be determined by
the Chronicle Crossword Committee. Ifyou need coupons just purchase
* 17.' The Chrbnicle Crossword .and Ge6rgetowh. You canalsoc
Committee will not be responsible for they appear itiheSinday r Wed
entry/entries lost or displaced.. theyappearihe ndayr
.18.. Th. decision of, the. Chronicle .


NAME-
ADDRESS-


word that is
pronounced in the
same way as
another but is spelt
in a different way
and has a different
meaning.
12. Number.
13. Prime Minister
(Abbr.)
15. To give up or
concede.
16. Grave.
17. In the Year of our
Lord.
21. An elaborate lyric.
25. To give birth.
26. Data Transmission
(Abbr.)


27. Sign of the Zodiac.


27. Sign ofthe Zodiac.
28. Country.

DOWN:

2. Seaweed, tangle.
3. Synonym for
vein/streak.
4. Charran took a
photograph of this.
6. At the end of the
lengthy discourse
many persons
expressed a loud

8. Lively.
.11. In the midst of.
14. Large extinct bird;
16.South Africa


NAME-
ADDRESS'


(Abbr.) 22.
Time of the day.
Great Britain. 23.
A man that flattereth
his neighbour 24.
spreadeth a ***'for
his feet.


Doctor of
Divinity.
Eastern Time
(Abbr.)
Metric prefix.


AD, Ada, ahem, am, amen, amid, Angola, -'
Aries, Ava, beget, breed, Canada, DD, Dodo,
DT, ET, GB, Guyana, GT, Ida. Libra, mega,
net, note, ode, one, ore, pail, pale, peta, pm,
PM, release. relieve, S.A, solemn, somber,
strain, stream, stripe, stroke, tera, ten, tone,
two, Virgo, wall, well, yield, zappy, zeal, zest,
.zppy.
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ord Competition and the interpretation of the Ridules of the Competition shall be final. .
GNNL H1ead Office on Lama Avenue, Bel Air Paik, Georgetown (one at the front and another at the back entrance of the building).
in placed at the Chronicle's Office at Vrymans Erven Ave., New Amsterdam; New Graphic Enterprise, Crescent, Mackenzie, Linden;
Vest Bank Demerara; Leonora Post Office, West Coast Demerara; Marcie Fraser's Residence, No. 22 Village, West Coast Berbice; Mr
hire, Corentyne; Suddie, Anna Regina and Charity Post Offices on the Essequibo Coast; Sparendaam and Mahaica Police Stations on'

00.00 and $2,000.00 for the 40+. and 804 entries groupings are still in effect.
e a copyof the Sunday or Wednesday Chronicle. For extra coupons, purchases can be made at our offices in Linden, NewAinsterdam
obtain extra couiotis from inIr. VinceAt Mercurius of D'Edward Village, Rosignol, ferbice. They cost$20.00 eachi or $40.)0 for two as
inesday Chronicle. ' '


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



FOR PROFESSIONAL
COMPUTER Repairs, Sales &
Services Call Kersting's
Computer Repairs & Sales Centre
@ 227-8361/618-8283. Home &
Office services available. 24 hrs.



DANIELLE STEELE, Mary
Higgins Clarke, Harlequin
Super, Historical Romance,
Story Books, Stephen King,
Tom Clancy, Horrors, Text, etc.
Juliette's Book Library, 143
West Ruimveldt. Tel. 223-
8237.



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ENROL at Samaroo's
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EARN a Certificate, Diploma or
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CORRESPONDENCE. For
information, call: CFI Global
Education Unk #261-5079.
JEAN offers courses in
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embroidery, hand embroidery,
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craft, cake decoration. 159 Barr
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JEAN offers courses in El-
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Guyana.
WORK & earn from home.
Write: Jasodra Sarwan, 61 Goed
Banana Land, East Canje
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CONTROL your pay
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Tuschen, E.B. Essequibo,
Guyana.
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envelope to: Randolph
Williams, PO Box 12154,
Georgetown.


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Salon, 175 Middle Street,
C'burg., Georgetown for cold-
waiving, straightening, styling,
colour streak, cut-blow dry,
manicure, pedicure, facial, etc.
Phone: 227-2428.



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small and large amount. Tel.
220-4332 Annandale.
MAGS caring for the
Elderly and Disabled also young
Children. We also do massaging,
etc. Tel: 263-6184.
TECHNICIANS available for
appliance repairs washers,
dryers, microwaves, stoves, deep
fryers, etc. Call 622-4521/263






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TECHNICIAN on call for all
your television, VCR and
microwave repairs. We provide
home service. Call: Ryan # 265-
2634/615-7361.
G E N E R A L
CONSTRUCTION. Planning
on building, renovating or
doing any kind of construction
work? We give free estimates.
Prompt, reasonable and
reliable service. Call 622-
0267/629-2239.



VACANCY exists for
qualified Marketing
Representative. Tel. 223-
7415/629-5240
WAITRESS & Cook to
work at Playboy's Hideout
Bar, 71h Street, Success,
ECD. Apply in person.
ARE you a good looking
hard working female and like
to wash cars? Then Call 231-
1786/621-5332.
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 East Coast. Apply in
person to Len's 136 Sheriff
& Fourth Sts., C/ville.
VACANCIES exist for
Receptionist and Waiter/
Waitress. Must be good
looking. Call: MURRAY'S
TEMP AGENCY # 231-3302.


TWO waitresses to work
in bar. Contact Naka 220-
4298/617-6100.
REGENCY Hotel, 98
Hadfield Street, Werk-en-Rust,
Georgetown. 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.
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
SUCCESSFULAPPLICANTWOULD
BE BASED IN GEORGETOWN.
SEND APPLICATION AND RESUME
NOT LATER THAN 15TH JANUARY
2005 TO THE EXECUTIVE
CHAIRMAN, 16 MUDLOT,
KINGSTON, GEORGETOWN. TEL#
223-5273/5274,



LAND in Georgetown
from $8 million upwards.
Call: 225-2626/231-2064/
225-3068.
LAND FOR SALE OLEAN-
DER GARDENS 89 FT BY
152 FT. PRICE $25M. CALL:
612-0349.
ROBB St. corner lot,
High St. land, Queenstown
- land property TEL: 226-
8148/625-1624.
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. Char-
lotte Street, Bourda. Contact
owner 226-0683 (anytime).
ATLANTIC GARDENS -
$7M, Happy Acres, EC Pub-
lic Road. Nandy Park, Sher-
iff Street $15M. Keyhomes
223-4267
HOUSE lot for sale Lot 53
Area "H" Earls Court, LBI, ECD
- reasonable offer accepted.
Tel. 227-1711 between 17:00
and 20:00 hrs.
TWO transported adja-
cent lots in Earl's Court, LBI
18 080 sq ft total. Please
telephone 623-7438 be-
tween 6-8am and 8-10pm for
details.
DUKE ST., KINGSTON 2
large house lots, ideal school,
luxurious hotel, apartments,
storage bond. $9.5M.
Ederson's 226-5496.
PEARL PUBLIC RD., E.B.D
- large double lot, ideal for
residence or business $2M.
(US$10 000). Ederson's 226-
496.
TWO Transported house
lots $1M, each, also
Transported house on land -
$4.8M. Price negotiable,
reasonable offer accepted,
Singh # 254-0101.
PRICED for sale. New Year
bargains Ogle, Happy Acres,
Oleander Gardens, Le Resouvenir,
Chateau Margot, Grove Public
Road. Tel: # 225-0776/227-0464/
624-8234.
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.


LE RESSOUVENIR, Atlantic
Gardens, Courida Park, Ogle, Kitty,
Guysuco Park, Lamaha Gardens,
Queenstown, Diamond, Robb
Street, High Street. TEL: 226-
8148/625-1624.
LAMAHA GARDENS 68'
x 128' (8,704 sq. ft.) G$15M
or nearest offer. QUEENSTOWN
residential (land) road to
alley (9,500 sq. ft. approx) -
G$20M. 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
12 000 sq. ft priced from $3.9M.
Immediately Transportable.
Contact: Seetaram # 264-2946/
7.
LAND for sale reasonably
riced. Transported, (2) acres
and/'/, 1 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.
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
river pollution. Location:
Imbaimadai Area Upper
Mazaruni. Interested persons
please Phone: 614-9709.
LAND OF CANAAN & Friend-
ship (3 acres) respectively both
road to river. Supply (3 acres in-
frastructure: Grove (6 acres Hutson
comer) roadside massive develop-
ment 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;
HOUSE LOTS Friendship
roadside 37' x 144'; Supply -
from 5 000 sq. ft at $130 per sq.
ft; Alberttown $3M, neg.
AGRICULTURAL& INDUSTRIAL
including riverside) Parika, EB
Essequibo, Victoria, EC
Demerara, Supply: Friendship,
EB Demerara, Land of Canaan.
Barnes Mc Caskey Realty #
266-2111/627-3606.
JEWANRAM'S REALTY.
"HAVE FAITH IN CHRIST, TODAY".
"HAVE FAITH IN CHRIST, TODAY".
Malgre Tout $1.5M; Imax
Gardens $1.5M; Friendship
(EBD) $2M; Annandale $2.8M;
D'Andrade St., Kitty $3.0M/
$3M/$4M/$11M; Chateau
Margot (3 lots and house);
Melanie Public Rd. $4M; Ogle
$5M; Atlantic Gardens/Earl's
Court $6M; Happy Acres $8M/
$14M; Duncan/Garnett Sts. -
$12M; Campbellville/Continental
Park $11M; Water St. $13M/
$10M; Brickdam $25M; Le
Ressouvenir $22M; Bel Air
Gardens $35M/$60M; Church
St. $60M; Mahaicony
(agricultural land) $60M;
LAND Lusignan for gas
station $30M. Jewanram.
Contact: 270-4470/625-4161.



ONE-BEDROOM APART-
MENT FOR UG STUDENT TO
RENT. # 225-9728.
ATLANTIC GARDENS -
$80 000 NEG. KEYHOMES
223-4267
FURNISHED .two-
bedroom apartment. Tel. #
226-4756/622-4429.
1-BEDROOM self-
contained apt. in Newtown.
Tel. 227-6354.
ROOM for single work-
ing female. Telephone:
227-0928
3-BEDROOM flat in
Newtown, Georgetown.
Contact Tel. 225-9457/227-
2910.
OFFICE space:
Brickdam, North Road,
Middle Street. Tel: # 225-
0776/624-8234.


SHORT-TERM RENTALS
FOR OVERSEAS VISI-
TORS. PHONE 225-9944.
BEAUTIFUL, executive,
4-bedroom property Bel Air
Gardens. TEL: 226-8148/
625-1624.
BEAUTIFUL U, 70 Barr
St. Tel: 223-9812. Renting
Stations. Further
information Contact the
above.
TWO-BEDROOM bottom
flat apartment, fully grilled
patio, parking Republic
Park. Tel. # 233-6151/615-
4234.
EXECUTIVE, furnished
and unfurnished houses and
apartments, offices, bonds,
etc. TEL: 226-8148/625-
1624.
KINGSTON executive
residence or business -
entire 3-storeyed property.
TEL: 226-8148/625-1624.
BEL AIR PARK fur-
nished executive house on
double lot US$1 500. # 223-
5204/612-2766.
QUEENSTOWN $50
000, LA PENITENCE 3-BED
- $30 000. KEYHOMES 223-
2467.
ONE 2- (two) bedroom
bottom flat apartment in
Kitty. Call: 226-5853/226-
7995, Cell: 617-5647.
2-STOREYED, concrete,
front property new, fully
secured East Street. Ideal
business spot. TEL: 226-81481
625-1624.
FURNISHED ROOM DE-
CENT, SINGLE WORKING FE-
MALE. 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.
BUSINESS places at
Vreed-en-Hoop for companies,
school, cafe, clinic, store, etc.
Tel: 264-2650/225-8820.
ATLANTIC Gardens -
large executive property -(2)
flats, (3) bedrooms, (2)
bathrooms each flat. Tel: 227-
0972.
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. Call 623-3404.
EXECUTIVE furnished
and unfurnished house and
apartments, offices, bonds,
etc. TEL:. 226-8148/625-
1624.
2-BEDROOM bottom
flat 158 Da Silva St.
Parking space, well-grilled.
Contact Geeta 616-9349.
COLONIAL-STYLE
building upper and or lower
flats parking and telephone
- Queenstown. Call: 624-
4225.
FLAT CHARLESTOWN.
THREE BEDROOMS $30
000. CHILDREN ACCEPTED.
226-8937.
DO You need an honest,
reliable & efficient Real
Estate Agency? Call:
UpToTheMinute Realty. #
225-8097/226-5240.
FULLY furnished, 3-
bedroom, concrete bottom
flat/apartment Kitty $80
000, monthly. TEL: 226-
8148/625-1624.
1 UPPER flat 3-
bedroom house on East and
New Market Streets,
Georgetown $65,000,
negotiable. Call: 623-6210/
623-2814.
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TOP flat $45 000;
house by itself $60 000.
Phone: 225-2626/231-
2064/225-3068.
3-BEDROOM apt. Best
Village, WCD. Fully grilled
inside, toilet and bath,
phone, parking. Call 254-
0360 between 8am and 6pm.
2 BEDROOM concrete
house, fully grilled 43 Key
Drive, Enterprise, ECD. Call
Ganesh at 225-8334 or Shirley
225-8210.
ONE lower business flat
situated at Lot 1 Non Pariel,
Area A, East Coast Demerara.
Apply to Jerome Fredericks
at same location.
SHORT-TERM and long-
term apartment. Call:
Murray's PROPERTY
Management SERVICES on
# 231-3302/614-3884.
REGENT ST., near
Cummings St., vacant top flat,
ideal general store. If
qualified, move in tomorrow.
$70 000 neg. monthly.
Ederson's 226-5496.
SOUTH Ruimveldt
Gardens: 4 1-bedroom
furnished, $15 000 each
monthly; 2 self -contained -
$18 000 monthly. Ideal
students, teachers, nurses.
Ederson's 226-5496.
IN Queenstown fully
furnished 1 & 3-bedroom
apartment to rent with
parking space. Suitable for
overseas visitors on short term
basis. 226-5137/227-1843.
3-BEDROOM lower flat
with mosquito mesh grill
situated at Uitvlugt New
Scheme, WCD. Tel. 626-
0150/277-3743. $20 000 for
month. Working couple.
SHOP space to rent -
suitable for 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,
single person. Tel: 225-4744.
OVERSEAS visitors 2-
bedroom apartment with all
modern conveniences,
excellent location -US$50/
US$60, daily. Call: 227-0289/
222-6996.
QUEENSTOWN, fully fur-
nished 1 & 3-bedroom apart-
ment with parking space to
rent. Suitable for overseas
visitors on short term basis.
Tel. # 226-5137/227-1843.
KITTY ALSO
WORTMANVILLE BEAUTIFUL
GROUND AND TOP FLOORS
FURNISHED EXECUTIVE
FLATS. THREE BEDROOMS
EACH. $70 000 EACH. TEL. #
226-8937.
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, modem
conveniences $40,000
monthly includes electricity.
Vacant Jan 1. Single person/
couple preferred. Tel: 233-2182.
FOR immediate lease on
Northern Hogg Island 200
acres of cultivated rice land
along with rice mill com-
plete with drying floor and
dryer. Also tractor, com-
bine, bulldozer for sale.
Contact: 626-1506/225-
2903. Serious enquiries
only.
COMING from overseas,
check out Sunflower Hotel
and furnished apartments -
different location, short term -
long term, 4 hrs, 6 hrs, etc.
Call and ask for Lauren at 223-
2173 or Sunflower, ask for
Margaret 225-3817. We take
bookings.


HOUSE and apartment -
furnished and unfurnished -
$30 000 US$5 000; business
places around town US$400
up; whole house -business
and residence, (8) bedrooms,
central location, with water,
light, telephone, parking, etc.
Price neg. A & R Real Estate
& Auto Sale # 231-7719.
LAL'S REALTY 231-7325/
612-9574. Regent Street,
ground floor US$5 000; Kitty
Public Road, furnished 2-
bedroom US$600; La
Penitence, Public Road US$8
000 neg.; OFFICE SPACE -
North Road $60 000; Robb St.
- $25 000; Charlotte St. $55
000; Hadfield St. $20 000;
Regent St. $50 000.
PRIME CITY LOCATION.
BRAND NEW SELF-CON-
TAINED TWO-BEDROOM CON-
CRETE FLATS (GROUND AND
FIRST FLOORS) $45 000
EACH. SLIGHTLY NEGO-
TIABLE. REFERENCES OF
HIGHEST ORDER NEEDED I.E
COMPLETION FIXED FOR 3
WEEKS COMMENCE. VIEW-
ING NOW ETC, IN ORDER TO
HAVE ONE. NUMBER OF CHIL-
DREN LIMITED. FIRST COME
FIRST SERVED". HUMPHREY
NELSON'S 226-8937.
FUTURE HOMES REALTY -
# 227-4040/628-0796. 3-
Bedroom top flat fully
furnished, with AC Robb Street
- $100 000; unfurnished 4-
bedroom in Bel Air Gardens -
US$1 200; unfurnished 4-
bedroom house Dowding
Street -$100 000; 2-bedroom
bottom flat with parking, semi-
furnished Prashad Nagar -
US$300; 3-bedroom top flat -
fully furnished Sheriff Street -
$70 000; 2-bedroom bottom -
fully furnished -Roxanne
Burnham Gardens $60 000; 4-
bedroom top flat unfurnished,
telephone East Street -
US$500; 4-bedroom bottom
flat unfurnished, parking -
East Street US$500; 4-
bedroom house fully
furnished, master rooms, AC,
hot and cold, parking, security
alarm Bel Air Park US$2
000, neg.; 3-bedroom house
- fully furnished, master room
- New Providence US$1 500;
3-bedroom house -
unfurnished New Providence
- US$1 200.
JEWANRAM'S REALTY.
"HAVE FAITH IN CHRIST,
TODAY". Montrose $25M;
Vigilance $25 000; Imax
Gardens $30 000; Chateau
Margot $30 000; Kitty $30
000/$40 000/$80 000/$100 000;
Charlotte St. $38 000; LBI -
$40 000; Mon Repos $60 000;
Courbane Park $75 000; East
St. $85 000; Camp St. $120
000; Happy Acres US$500/
US$1 200/US$2 500;
Queenstown US$500/US$1
000; Kitty fully furnished -
US$500; Nandy Park -US$600;
Atlantic Gardens US$800/
US$1 000/US$1 500; Lamaha
Gardens US$900; Bel Air -
US$1 000; Eccles 'AA' US$1
000; Caricom Gardens/
Guysuco US$1 000; New
Haven US$1 200; Bel Air
Gardens US$1 500; Le
Ressouvenir US$2 500;
Shamrock Gardens -US$2
500. Office spaces, bond
spaces. Good Hope. Phone:
270-4470/625-4161.



1 BUSINESS property in
America Street. TEL: 226-
8148/625-1624.
1 HOUSE lot with 4
houses: Persons interested
please call 333-2420 Price ne-
gotiable
TWO-FLAT wooden
building at Stewartville,
W.C.D. Must be sold $2.5M
neg. Tel. 264-2682.
40% REDUCTION on all
properties from $8 million
upwards. Tel: 225-2626/231-
2064/225-3068.
ENTERPRISE GARDENS -
3.5M, UITVLUGT, WCD -
$1.5M. KEYHOMES 223-
4267.
PROPERTIES for sale -
one wooden and concrete
building, located at 50E
Sheriff Street. Tel. 223-1529.
DOUBLE-LOT 3-
bedroom property for sale
in Amelia s Ward, Linden.
Price negotiable. Call: 223-
4938.


DOUBLE property on land
can be sold separately.
Price $4.5M & 9.5M. Tel. #
622-44291226-4756.
HOUSE for sale in
Melanie West. Asking $4M,
negotiable. Also apartments
for rent. Call: 231-5767 or
621-1180.
PRASHAD NAGAR
RESIDENTIAL FRONT. 4-
BEDROOM, OPEN TO A
REASONABLE OFFER. TEL. #
226-8937.
PRASHAD NAGAR
INCOMPLETE BUILDING ON
SPACIOUS LAND $8.8M
NEGOTIABLE. 226-8937.
1 NEW 2-storeyed house,
5 bedrooms, 2 self-contained,
fully grilled, overhead tank,
etc. Tel. 227-3861.
ALBERTTOWN trans-
ported front building, vacant
possession. Price negotiable.
K.S. RAGHUBIR AGENCY Of-
fice 225-0545.
J2) TWO-STOREYED busi-
ness/residential properties in Robb
St., Bourda. Tel: 225-9816, Mon-
day Saturday (08:00 17:30 hrs).
RUIMZEIGHT Gardens,
one new 3-bedroom concrete
building. Tel: 227-0464/225-
0776/624-8234.
MON Repos,
Campbellville, Kitty, D'Urban
Street, South Ruimveldt
Gardens. Tel: # 225-0776/
227-0464/624-8234.
LA PENITENCE Public
Road (2 bids) or separately,
McDoom, Eccles, Land of
Canaan. Tel: # 227-0464/225-
0776/624-8234.
CRANE Highway Junction
- one two-storeyed concrete
building, 5 bedrooms, newly
renovated. Tel: 227-0464/
225-0776/624-8234.
TRIUMPH, Dr. Miller Rd.,
near Bakewell, new 2-storeyed
3-bedroom mansion $7M
(US$35 000). Ederson's 226-
5496.
BENT ST., WORTMANVILLE.
ALSO ALBOUYSTOWN. FRONT
BUILDINGS $2.5M EACH. REPAIR
NEEDED EACH. 226-8937.
LOT 8 Princes St., Werk-en-
Rust, 2nd building North of
Camp Street suitable for any
business your dream home go-
ing cheap. Call 226-6017.
6-BEDROOM concrete
house, parking, telephone,
Prashad Nagar $23mill. FU-
TURE HOMES REALTY. 227-
4040/616-9598/628-0796.
1 PRIME residential
business property with land
situated at Anna Catherina
Public Road price neg.
Immediate possession. Call:
618-9414/276-0296.
BEL AIR PARK $21M,
neg.; 3-bedroom South
Ruimveldt Gardens $8M, neg.;
D'Urban St., Wortmanville -
double property $18M, neg. #
266-2111/627-3606.
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),
REPUBLIC PARK: vacant 2-
storeyed concrete & wooden 7-
bedroom building, area trucks,
buses. $16M. (US$80 000).
Ederson's 226-5496.
KINGSTON, BARRACKS
St. vacant front 2-storeyed 3-
bedroom completed house, ideal
internet caf6, computer, offices
- $13.5M. Ederson's 226-
5496. E Mail:
ederson@guyana.net.gy
GIFT: Nootenzuil, ECD -
vacant 2-storeyed 5-bedroom
mansion, plus extra lot to build
your house $3.5M (US$15000).
Ederson's 226-5496.
GIFT: New Market St.
Doctors: Ideal for your private
hospital, pharmacy, snackette, 2-
storeyed concrete & wooden
building, from road to alley -
$16M. (US$80 000). Ederson's
- 226-5496.
DIAMOND' Housing
Scheme, new 2-storeyed 3-
bedroom concrete 2 years old
building, with all modern
conveniences, parking. $8M
(US$40 000). Ederson's 226-
5496. Website:
www.edersonsrealty.com


1-2 bedroom house on
EBD. $2.4M. Call 627-7167
REGENT & Cummings Sts.
2-storeyed business, top vacant.
Ideal general business, future 4-
storeyed mall/stores $33M.
Ederson's 226-5496.
W e b s i t e
www.edersonsrealty.com
ROBB ST. near Bourda
Market, vacant possession 2-
storeyed concrete property, note
road to alley, ideal 24-mini
malls, liquor, wholesale grocery.
$34.5M (US$170 000).
Ederson's 226-5496.
2-FLOORED house in Bel
Air Park corner property, (3)
rooms upper, (1) large bedroom
lower, hot water, water pump,
water tank, bath tub, new
windows and (2) toilets upper.
Must see. Call: 227-1928.
ONE two-storey wooden
and concrete 4- bedroom house
South Ruimveldt Gardens -
$12 000 000. Contact Ronald
on 662-5033 or Samantha on
624-1370. No reasonable offer
refused. Vacant possession.
UITVLUGT, WCD vacant 2-
storeyed concrete/wooden 3-
bedroom house, bottom 2
bedrooms, with shop, 2-car garage,
land 1447216', house 24734' -
$5M. (US$25 000). Ederson's -
226-5496.
CROAL ST., Stabroek,
vacant possession 3-storeyed
fully grilled colonial 5-bedroom
mansion with fire alarm &
security cameras, monitor by
G.E.B. AC, 18 KVA generator,
double lot, 50'/110' $58M.
Inspection O.K. Ederson's -
226-5496. Website
www.edersonsrealty.com
SUBRYANVILLE: over
looking the Atlantic, vacant
concrete 5-bedroom mansion,
roof gardens, active s/pool,
alarm, generator, grilled/
meshed, 2-car garage. If
qualified, move in tomorrow -
$35M (US$175 000). Ederson's
226-5496.
CAMPBEELLVILLE: vacant
2-storeyed concrete 4-bedroom
mansion, 3 toilets & baths, large
sitting, library, 4-car parking.
Inspection anytime $16M.
Ederson's 226-5496.
HAVE you land, commercial
& residential buildings for sale?
Kitty, South Ruimveldt,
Campbellville, Subryanville,
Prashad Nagar, Bel Air Park,
Lamaha Gardens, Atlantic
Gardens. We have interested
buyers. Ederson's 226-
55496.
GIFT: QUEENSTOWN wise
investment 3- storeyed concrete
building top/middle 2 & 3-
bedroom lu)wurious apartments
for overseas visitors, bottom -
sitting, toilet & bath 4-car garage
$18.5M neg. Owner will give -
$7.5M financing. Ederson's -
226-5496.
GEORGETOWN: vacant 2-
storeyed concrete & wooden
hotel, 18 self-contained rooms
for overseas visitors, TV, phone,
ground floor 50 seated bar/
dance floor. $26 M neg. If
qualified, move in tomorrow.
Ederson's 226-5496.
2-STOREYED property -
Kingston $19.5M; 5-
bedroom property on double
lot Subryanville; beautiful
2-storeyed property Atlantic
Gardens -$26M. TEL: 226-
8148/625-1624.
TWO-STOREYED concrete
building new, three bedrooms
(2 self -contained), corner spot,
Kiskadee Drive, South
Ruimveldt Gardens. Price -
$14.9M. Tel. 225-8303.
ENTERPRISE 'C', located
on the East Coast Demerara -
ranch-type property fully
concreted, with enclosed
arage, no repairs. Price -
7.5M, negotiable. Call: Vish
Realty # 227-4890/225-9780/
614-5717.
ONE (1) newly renovated
3-bedroom house telephone
facility, overhead tank, car park
for (2) vehicles Drysdale
Street, Charlestown. Tel: 225-
9816, Monday 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.


1 EXECUTIVE 5-bed-
room master room, three
toilets, three baths, fully fil-
tered, insect-proof, genera-
tor, air-conditioned, large
yard space with beautiful gar-
dens, etc. Bel Air Park. # 225-
9816.
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
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).
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).
PRIME business place, 38
Cummings and Middle
Streets, Lots A, B and C, triple
lots, 2 large buildings, fully
furnished, parking or 12 cars,
must see. Ready income -
$250 000 monthly, vacant;
move in today. $38 million
negotiable. Agents
welcomed. Phone 624-8402/
225-2503 Mr. Singh.
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).
GOED FORTUIN, WBD -
vacant 2-storeyed concrete
house, general wedding,
party centre, dance floor 2
000 sq. ft., music, catering
rooms, top resident or offices,
back building 2- storeyed
concrete 4-bedroom
apartments, land 40'/294'.
Inspection O.K $20M.
Ederson's 226-5496.
17/2 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.
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-
6524/628-0747.
PROPERTY IN FLORIDA,
USA. NEVILLE A. KELLY, LIC.
REALTOR Buyers agent,
Transaction Broker exclusive
right to sale Palm Coast
Marketing of N.Y. INC. Tel.
(386)517-6767 Fax: # (386) 517-
6780. Your source to residential,
commercial and industrial
procurers in real estate.
Aleksandr M. Samurin (Dr.). E-
mail dukekel@msn.com,
evenings 5pm 9:30 pm. Tel.
386-586-5362.
LAL'S REALTY 231-7325/
612-9574. Regent St. US$650
000 neg.; American St. -
US$550 000 neg.; Water St. -
US$1.2M neg.; Kitty $17M,
$11M, $6M neg.; C/ville $12M
neg.; Water St. $25M;
Kingston $9M, $18M, $12M;
Bel Air Park $35M, La
Penitence Public Road $12M,
$15M; Vreed-en-Hoop $30M.
BARR STREET $12M,
South $10M, Eccles $25M,
Vryheids Lust $6.5M, Parika
$11M, Church Street $45M, Re-
gent Street $150M,
Queenstown $18M, owner leav-
ing Lodge $3M, Lamaha Gar-
dens $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 Oleander Gardens,
Courida Park, Happy Acres.
KEYHOMES 223-4267.


ECCLES 'AA' Block,
Queenstown, Church Street,
property and land (separately);
Kingston, Bel Air Park, Lamaha
Gardens, Prashad Nagar -
$15M; Blygezight Gardens,
Subryanville, Bel Air Village,
Bel Air Gardens, Subryanville,
Guysuco Gardens, Cummings
Lodge $8.5M & $14.5M;
Ogle $8.75; Industry $8.5M;
Oleander Gardens, Le
Ressouvenir, Alberttown, Robb
St. -business, Kitty $4.5M to
$13M; 3-storeyed business &
residence Garnett St. $12M,
properties on double lots -
$22M. TEL: 226-8148/625-
1624.
D'URBAN STREET
(WORTMANVILLE) SIZEABLE
LAND CARRYING TWO BUILD-
INGS. REPAIRS NEEDED
(EACH). TRANSPORTED.
PRICE NEGOTIABLE. (2)
CHARLESTOWN (LAND ONLY)
FRONT. RESIDENTIAL 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
( P R A S H A D
NAGAR) "AMERICAN"
SCHOOL VICINITY.
EXECUTIVE CATEGORY. FIVE-
BEDROOM. $40M NEGO-
TIABLE. TELEPHONE 226-
8937.
JEWANRAM'S REALTY.
"HAVE FAITH IN CHRIST,
TODAY". Non Pariel $5M/
$6M/$8M/$10M; Imax
Gardens $5M/$6M/$8M;
Mon Repos $6M; Roraima
Trust $6M/$11M/$20M; La
Grange $6.5M; Courbane
Park $9M; Kissoon Park/
Good Hope $9.5M;
Alberttown/Covent Gardens
- $12M; Stewartville $13M;
Queenstown $17M/$12M;
Eccles 'AA' $17M/$22M,
'BB' $6M/$20M, 'CC' -
$10M; Duncan St. $21M;
Bel Air Park $22M/$25M;
Happy Acres $26M; Section
'K' Campbellville $30M;
Lens Parika $160M; U.G.
Caricom Gardens $32M;
Courida Park $42M;
Atlantic Gardens $35M/
$20M/$18M; Camp St. -
$55M; Garnett St. $35M/
$12M/$1 O0M/$9M/$8M;
Carmichael St. -$28M.
Contact: 270-4470/625-4161.



4 16 RIMS with
tyres 227-0464/624-
8234.
250 SCOOTER.
CONTACT TREVOR KING.
TEL. # 627-8276.
100 LB 4"-nylon seine,
No. 12, 50 lb 5" nylon seine,
No. 12. Call: 220-9183.
ONE 200 YAMAHA
OUTBOARD MOTOR
ENGINE. TEL: 641-1306/
660-0271.
DIESEL water pumps -
2 and- 3 inch, brand new
from UK. Call 261-5403 for
details.
STALLS in Bourda
Market, Bourda Green,
Kitty Market. TEL: 226-
8148/625-1624.
TRANSPORTED house and
land at Eccles New Scheme. 1 -
Music set. Tel: 265-3869.
ONE 4-cylinder Bedford
portable welding plan, D.C.
Key start. Tel. # 265-4217.
Call #621-4417.
PURE. bred Pitbull
Pups. Vaccinated. Bargain
rice. 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 back wheel drive
AA 60 Carina $400 000.
Price negotiable. Tel.
#226-6451; cell 621-8018.
1 DIESEL Toyota Land
Cruiser, excellent working
condition. 1 Cement mixer,
working condition. Tel. 227-
3861.
CHLORINE Tablets -
3" for swimming pools
only. And 1" for drinking
water. Phone 227-4857 (8
am 4 pm) Mon. Fri.


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ARGON/Co2 Mixed YAMAHA Jet Ski 75cc with FAST FOOD EQUIPMENT ONE Toyota Carina 212 1 HONDA Vigor (4-
gas. Also shock treatment trailer (needs servicing), $225 FOR SALE. K.F.C. style table fully powered, excellent door car) executive type,
for swimming pools. Phone 000; Seadoo Jet Ski with trailer and chair $90 000 per set; 3 condition, mag rims, PJJ semi leather automatic,
227-4857 (8 am 4 pm) needs engine, $100 000. Both Henny Penny pressure fryer 2015. Singh # 254-0101. fully powered, AC, spoiler,
Mon. to Fri. in fairly good condition. Sold US$3 000 (minor repairs), 1 TOYOTA Corona AT 150 alarm, mint condition.
ONE brand new com- as is. 624-8402/225-2503. electric display chicken case Price $1.3M. Contact
puter with CD Burner, CD BUGEES live birds, $150 000; all kitchen utensils, full flare, mas, exhaust Roky #225-1400 or 621-
Walkmans, car stereo and about 30 pcs, In cage 6 1 hamburger griddle $100 system, music, newly 5902.
about 30 pcs. In cage 6 sprayed, Tel: 229-6491 5902. ...........
SDVD Player. Contact 225- ftx6ftx4ft with 6 nesting 000; freezer $80 000; (Home), 626-7686 Vishal. 1 KT 147TYOA
-4112, 626-9264. houses, water trough, food stainless steel tables -$80 000 (Home), 626-7686 Viha Corona wagon (back wheel
DASHUND PUPPIES trans, toys, etc. Breeding stainless steel grease trap shed ONE TT 131 CORONA drive) gear magrims,
DOBERMAN PUPPIES, birds, breed in cage now. $80 000 per pc. 225-7648 in good condition mag drive) gear, magrims,
DOBERMAN PUPPIES. Sold as is. $175 000. Call Mon. Sat. 9 am- 5 pm4.. rims, stick gear, tape deck. excellent condition (hardly
CONTACTKARLAT 226-9162. 624-8402/225-2503. 2 PANASONIC AG455 Tel: 626-6837 after hours used). Contact Rice $6#225-1400or
ONE pair Pioneer 12" Camcorders $95 000 # 220-4316. 621-5902.
4 TVs, 1 amplifier, subwoofers dual voice coil each; Panasonic AG1970 ONE AA 60 Carina, in 1 ST 190 TOYOTA
1 Tmicrowavestand, 3 music DVDs,1 800-W each, new; one pair VCR $85 000; Future excellent working condi- Corona (new model) EFI
1 TV stand, 2 DVDspump, 1 12" Kickers subwoofers dual Video Automatic Edit tion, needs body work nwodl F
VCm, 12 tru ckpno:w rking1 vccoi rs0 oe chin Controller-$30 000: two tape deck, AC etc. Tel. 617- (2000 cc automatic, fully
265-T876.ng voice coil -a1200-W each in box, tripod dollies $10 000 4063/225-0236. powered, AC, magrims,
cam TVs265-5876 JVCcarCDplayer,JVCCDplayer. each; 2 line stabilizers (. mint condition) Price
2-5 8 Roydon-#231-7719. 600W, $2 000 each; ONE (1) Toyota $1.6M. Contact Rocky
ONEwith 14" Samurai speakerst-(2)boxes HONDA power washer Cafeteria Food warmer and Tacoma, automatic 4- #225-1400 or 621-5902.
factory-ade, Kenwood Ch 14 Samurai speakers 3500 PSI with 13 hp engine, display case $65 000; wheel drive, extra cab 1 GX 81 TOYOTA
player, plays 200 CDs Call: Campbell Hausfeld airless Brother typewriter $30 pick-up. $2.8M neg. Tel. 1 GX 81 TOYOTA
625-1644. paint sprayer 4 hp, Honda 000; Sharp Microwaveoven # 220-7430/629-4979. Autorkmatic, full condition)
5000 watts key-start generator, $12 000: Microtek Scanne JAGUAR V-12 sports car, AC, magrims, spoiler, CD
10 CU. FT GE fridge, 2- Yanmar diesel generator. Tel: Do$1 Mat Printr NX10 right-hand drive, needs player Price $1.1M. Contact
burner gas stove, microwave 225-2873/629-2401225 000 2 wooden TV/Music some work, sold as is. $200 Rocky #225-1400 or 621-5902.
oven, toaster oven, Sony CD 2319. stands $15 000. Tel. 226- 000 cash. Phone 624-8402/ 1 SV 140 TOYOTA
5stereo reason2252 able. ngrid# 225- SKY Universal for the best 5396. 225-2503. Camry (PHH series) mint
Mat. offer in Phillips digital dish. NEW SHIPMENT ONE Celica Sports car condition, automatic, fully
View up to 125 channels in- RECONDITIONED VEHICLES. PAA 4888, in excellent powered, AC, .chrome
FREON Gas: 11, 12, 22, cluding Pay Per View chan- CARS: Sprinter AE 110 condition. Contact: J magrims, CD, DVD TV.
502,134A&404A. Also Nitrous nels and also Direct TV. Con- Starlet Glanza Turbo EP 91, Printery. Tel. # 333-5602 or Price $2.1M (neg). Contact
Oxide, Argon Gas & Helium tact: Gray on Tel. 227-6397/ Camry SV 40, Carina AT 192, # 615-9321. Rocky #225-1400 or 621-
for Balloons. Phone 227- 227-1151 (0), 616-9563. Lancer CK 2A, Convertible ONE (1) Nissan Cabstar 5902.
4857 8 am 4 pm), Mon. COMPUTER AMDDuron Toyota Cynos Sports Coue ONE Nissan Ca MAZDA RX7 Second
r processor, 1.11 GHZ 352 MB, EL 54. WAGONS: CorollaE condition for sale Price Generation sports car.
ONE 150 HP & one 250 CD Rom, Webcam, speakers, 100 G-Touring, Mitsbishi negondition for sale. Price Grecently, imported from
HP Yamaha Outboard mic, printer and scanner, etc. RVR N 23 W fully loaded 6184239 USA. engine, wheels
engines. Price $700,000 & # 628-9084 Lindon, 614- PICK-UPS: (4x4) Toyota Tregistration not sold with
$1,200,000. Also parts for 150 5393/229-6563 (evenings) HiluxYN 100. Used Carina AT ONE Toyota Corona KT vehicle, no accidents $400
HP & 250 HP. Call 629-6651 Shivon. 170, Mark II GX 81. DE 147 wagon back wheel 0000. Phone 624-8402/225-
anytime. CAUSTIC MARAJ AUTO SALES, 207 drive, AC, mag rims and 2503.
anytime. CAUSTIC SODA: 55-lb SHERIFF AND SIXTH spider, CD Player. Tel. # 0E
SEWING machine $3 600; Alum: 55 lb $4 000; STREETS, CAMPBELLVILLE. 263-7317/618-3881 190E Mercedes Benz: 5-
slightly used in Canada from Soda Ash: 100 lb $8 000, 226-4939, A NAME AND A speed, 2.3 4-cylinder, fully
$18 000. Strictly no plastic Sulphuric Acid: 45-Gal $35 SERVICE YOU CAN TRUST. 1 KT 147 CORONA skirted, customized powered,
parts. Also wedding dresses and 000; Granular Chlorine, wagon. 1 AT 170 Carina CD Player, and screen.
men's suits. Come and make Chlorine Gas. Phone 227- CL E AL car both in excellent Excellent condition. $1.3
an offer. Tel: 625-1644. 4857 (8 am 4 pm) Mon. to condition. Contact Phone million cash. Must see.
MAYTAG washer & Fri. ONE Toyota Hilux 337-4544/4878/626-1525. Phone 624-8402/225-2503.
dryer in next to new 1 TL BEDFORD 500 Double Cab 4x4. Tel: 226- TOYOTA Carina 212, 1 TOYOTA RAV-4
condition, but needs minor truck, 1 Wadkin 4-head 1629. Toyota Carina 192, 2 (1997 model came in
repairs, sold as is as a moulder, 2 sharpeners, 1- 1 BEDFORD generators: (1) diesel, (1) brand new) manual, fully
package $75 000. Phone Coats 4050A vulcanising MODEL M TRUCK. TEL: gas 6 250 Watts, 110/220 powered, AC, chrome
624-8402/225-2503. machine, 1 Drill press, 1 455-2303. Volts. Tel: 629-6464. Ask magrims,roof rack,crashbar,
1 FLOOR model PLAS- band saw, 1 mortiser, 1- metal for Sir Ken. immaculate condition. Price
TIC SEALING machine, 1 late (Metric& Imperial),1-panel 1 NISSAN Caravan E 1 DUMP truck. 1 $3.1M(neg). Contact Rocky
PORTABLE ELECTRIC air doorrouter. Tel: 270-6460/622-8124. 24, excellent condition. water tender and 330 #225-1400 or 621-5902.
com ressor in excellent BRAND new 64" JVC TV, T -. ..220-.4782 ...........Timber Jack Skidder all (Low mileage).
condition Tel: 222-4507/ SANI SERV cone machine, ONE Bedford TL 7-ton are in good working con- 1 AE 81 TOYOTA
623-7212 Xerox 5028 photocopier, Split lorry (not dump). Tel: 227- edition. For more informa- Sprinter (Private) automatic,
POOL tables local and AC units brand new, China 1923/616-5679. tion Contact: 264-2946. magrims, excellent
Cabinet, Sarp slates27'nONEdDtsunaBluebrdShaLINCONastretch condition price $575 000.
foreign with slates, including Cabinet htarpa 25Hapd 27' ONE Datsun Bluebird LINCOLN stretch Contact Rocky #225-1400 or
cloth, balls, pocket, rubber, TVs, Whirlpool, Hotpoint, PCC. Call: 226-6259 or limousine (black in colour), 621-5902.
--. grep-, ,U,. a, 64 Fridgidaire, GE washing ma- 2-4394.
220-4- 6100 ..- T.227-4394 seats 7 persons, needs .
220-4298/617-6100. m i'n TW O Am e a- a7de2 minor repairs, sold as is with 1 TOYOTA SR5 extra
FIBREGLASS matting, bedTWO American-made sofa go ing cheap, legac-"--24 -2-hm-- aber 4x4)
resin, jell coating, hardener,8 beds (queen sizebeds)in ments 226-6527 /623-P mag .
x 4 sheets, etc. We also do reasonable condition $90 3122. FORD tow truck (crash condition. Price $1.6 M.
repairs. 97 Providence, EB 000; one 60-gallon aquarium EXCELLENT192CARINA- truck) in good condition, Cntact Rocky #225-1400 or
Demerara (near Toolsie and stand with 2 waterfall NEW YORK STYLE. installed (will supply), sold .1S ....N...D...
Persaud). Tel: 233-5207/614- pumps, fishes, lots of KEYHOMES 223-4267. as is. $50 000 An absolute 1- NISSAN D 21
8095. ornam ents $150 000 three (singie cab) pickAup's(G G G
8095polish beck toucans in large AT 170 CARINA stick give away. Phone 624-8402/ (singlecab) pick-up' (GGG
OXYGEN and Acetylene cage (6 x 6 x 4ft.) $60 000. gear $750 00.0. Tel: 223- 225-2503. shocks, immaculate
Gases, fast and efficient Phone 624-8402/225-2503. 6218 (David), 226-55416/623- ONE (1) TOYOTA Hiace condition. Price $750 000.
Puserblic Road ED.Mc Phone HARRIS communication 805. Super GL 14-seater mini Contact Rocky #225-1400
223-6533 (8 am 4 pm), equipment, 32 large pieces, TOYOTA TT 130 in bus diesel engine, four (4)- or 621-5902.
Mon. to Fri. (Sat. 8 am -12 sources say some of these excellent condition, music wheel drive dual air condi- 1 TOYOTA RZ (15-
noon). pieces can create, TV set, etc. Tel: 220-7419/220- tioned, CD deck. BJJ 1995. seater) minibus long base
.. station, cellular station, 7165. Call 225-5274/226-7665. (EFI) manual, music set,
1 SET mag rims 13" beeper or pager station. (1) 626 MAZDA AA 60 CARINA very magrims, (BHH series).
(4 holes) with tyres; 1 set Worth almost US$100 000, excellent condition $375 good condition -500 00 Price $1.6M (ne). Contact
BMC (4 holes) 14" rims with bought from US Embassy 000. Contact: 220 7665/615- neg. # 227-4040/628- Rocky #225-1400 or 621-
new tyres; 1 only Toyota 2- (Guy) but sold at give away 7120 0796.ONE 10-ton dump 5902.
E engine & gearbox price at $500 000 for all. Call tu n 1 ton dm
complete and other parts. 624-8402/225-2503. One Toyota Hilux truck in good condition 1 TOYOTA Dyna
Call:'225-1442, Cell: 617- Single-Cab with Off -road GEE 8504. Call: 627- enclosed (3-ton diesel long
2067. CRAFTSMAN 5000 watts tSres Crash Ba rs etc In 4690 or 621-5633. base) manual, double wheel
portable generator 110 220, yres Crash Bars etc. In GG series late), mint
1 HONDA pressure in good condition $100000 good condition.Tel: 628- 1 TOYOTA Surf, 1 condition. Price $!.7M. Contact
washer, brand new; 2 drills; 48" industrial fan, working 8169. 600 Genesis cycle good Rocky #225-1400 or 621-
1 saw; 1 Jialing motorcycle, order $70 000; water ONE Toyota Marino, fully working condition. Contact: 5902.
next to new; 1 amplifier; 1 dispenser floor model $15 powered, AC, CD Player, Mr. A. King on Tel. # 622- 1 AT 170 TOYOTA
truck pump; 1 battery 000, $20 000; commercial mags, spoiler, etc. Tel. 228- 7628/225-4443 or 95 Carina (Private)
charger; 1 bicycle. Tel. large Canon photocopier with 2775; cell 627-6340. Costello H/Scheme. immaculate condition
265-5876. trays. .Working needs minor 4-WD RANGE Rover Cemetery Road. automatic, fully powered,
BAYLINDER speed servicing. Phone 624-8402/ Land Rover with alloy rims & 1 NISSAN (B 12 Sunny) AC, magrims, CD player.
boat with Yamaha 115 hp 225-2503. Sony CD player. Priced to go. PGG series, never in hire Price $900 000. Contact
outboard engine, Kawasaki ONE (1) TEC Digital Scale # 621-7445. manual (5 speed), fully Rocky #225-1400 or 621-
Jet Ski 750cc with trailer, Printer ideal for MITSUBISHI Cant powered, immaculate 902....
Baldor grinding machine. Supermarkets or Meat Centres; 1 MITSUBISHI Canter condition. Price $550 000. 1 AE 100 TOYOTA
Tel: 225-2873/629-2401/ One (1) Point of Sale Cash t (3 tons), enclosed. Con- Contact Rocky #225-1400 or Ceres (PHH.series) chrome
225-2319 Register System includes 16:00 hrs, 618-96024 any 621-5902. magrims, automatic, fully
QUALITY SWEET POTA- Receipt Printer, Bar Code time. 1 TOYOTA (4 x 2) powered, AC, CD player.
TOES available in large quan- Scanner, CPU, Monitor, Cash Extra Cab V6 (GGG late) int condition. Price $1
titles at very good prices. Drawer&Programme. Four (4) ONE Toyota 4-Runner, automatic, magrims, 450 000 Contact Rocky
Place your orders early for Chest freezers ideal for V6 engine, in excellent excellent condition price #225-1400 or 621-5902.
prompt delivery. Contact: 621- storing meat. Cell 628-2318; condition with music and $950 000. ontact Rocky TOYOTA (2-door)
0371/226-3563. (home) 225-3015; cell 613- mags. Tel. 623-4614/227- #225-14000. Contact Rocky 1 TOYOTA (2-door)
9796. 7309., #225-1400 or 621-5902. Celica (immaculate
COMPUTER" CPU 1..1 condition), automatic,
Celeoron processor with NEW music carts (type 1 TOYOTA Marino, 1 AE 100 Toyota fully powered, AC,
DVD ROM and DVD Burner vendors use to sell music in stick shift, fully loaded Ceres (PJJ series- hardly magrims, CD player, flipup
(Sony). Copy DVD in 7 streets), equipped with 200 with DVD, etc. Call Raj usweed) automatic, fully li ts, low mileage. Price
powered, AC, magrims, $1.2M. Contact Rocky
minutes. New case $125 watts amplifier, graphic 220-7.099/613-1648.. price $1 .3M. Contact #225-1400 or 621-5902.
000. Call 624-8402/225- equalizer, Discman or CD To NE (1) GT Turbo ocky #225-1400 or 621- 1 .. ..
2503. Rom drive, 17-plate battery, Toyota Starlet (automatic). 5902. 1 -VNISSAM Path
.................... two 12" speakers, 1 horn, 6 Contact Jo ny Tel. 227 O E M. ....... .... Finder (V-6, EFI 4x4)
2 PROFESSIONAL hair tweeters (very loud), 4 carts 6048. acCell oh619-7225. 227 ONE Mitsubishi automatic, fully powered,
dryers $20 000, 1 pump-up total on wheels. Will give 2 .. Galant excellent AC, magrims. crash bar.
styling chair $45 000. 1 battery chargers, bought as (1) FORD cargo cab condition, fully powered. CD player, roof rack,
ware shampoo sink $25 package 4-together $350 very good condition, left-hand drive, 2000cc. immaculate condition.
000. 1 steam dryer $200 000 or 1 alone $100 000 Price $155 000 neg. Price $800 000, ne. Price $1.6M. Contact
000. 225-7648 9am 5 each. Phone 624-8402/225- Call 220-1068. Ask for Tel: 622-4079 or 220- Rocky #225-1400 or 621-
pm Mon. Sat. 2503. Ally. 8253 A'raz. 5902.


I FOR SALE I


TOYOTA Raum 4 x 4
(looks like RAV 4), excel-
lent condition, PHH series
- $2.8M; Toyota Surf (V6
engine) new tyres, AC,
mags, crash bar, (bur-
gundy), manual $2.4M;
Toyota Tundra (2002
model), automatic,
Xtra cab $5.8M; Ford
E wagon 4 x 4-
$ Nissan pic:
uL $600 000; Ford F
150 Xtra cab pick up, PJJ
series $3,3M; Toyota
Tacoma Xtra cab, auto-
matic and manual pick-
up. K & N Auto Sales,
227-4040/628-0796.


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1 AT 192 TOYOTA
Carina (PHH series)
immaculate condition
automatic, fully powered,
AC, magrims, high spoiler,'
low mileage. Price $ 1
450 000. Contact Rocky
#225-1400 or 621-5902.
1 TOYOTA Land
Cruiser (power wrench),
1994 model, manual,
magrims, power steering,
roof rack, crash bar,
(straight 6) 4x4, AC, CD
player, A-B Bumper. Low
mileage. Price $4.2M
(neg). Contact Rocky
#225-1400 or 621-5902.
TWO (2) fully
powered Long Base RZ
mini-buses BHH & BJJ
series, chrome mag rims,
CD players, etc.,-
excellent condition.
Must be sold. Call: 222-
5013 or # 220-3653.
TOYOTA Coron-a AT
150 manual
transmission, lately
resprayed $490 000,
negotiable; 1 Nissan
Sunny B 12 automatic,
resprayed $450 000,
negotiable. Owner
leaving. # 626-4104/615-
7825.
ONE Suzuki Super
Carry mini-van Reg. #
PFF 5560, in working
condition. No reasonable
offer refused. Contact:
W. Lynch Tel. # 222-
2150 during working
hours 08:00 17:00 h.
AE 100 COROLLA, AT
192 Carina $1.275 -
$1.5M; AT 170 Carina -
$800 000 & $900 000; AE
81 Corolla $425 000
and much more. A & R
Real Estate & Auto Sale
# 231-7719.
FULLY loaded
Honda Accord Inspire -
AC, mags, CD, sun
roof; GSXR 1100cc
motorcycle black,
excellent condition.
No reasonable offer
refused. Owner leaving.
Tel: 231-7719, anytime
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:
_,-loIand-#L616-4660/226-
YAMAHA R1 cat eye
$1,000,000. Priced to
go; Yamaha XT 600cc dirt
bike, Yamaha four-wheel
Banshee 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 4x4 double
cab pick Diesel engine
priced for quick sale RZ
Toyota mini bus, mags,
music EFI. Priced for
quick sale 3 ton Can-
ter GHH series. Open
back. Priced for quick
sale. 444-3836. Peter.
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 -
# 225-8225 or 616
2495.






26 SUNDAY CHRONICLE, January23 2005


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 CarinaAT 170, Mark II GX
81. DEO MARAJ AUTO
SALES, 207 SHERIFF AND
SIXTH STREETS,
CAMPBELLVILLE. 226-4939.
A NAME AND A SERVICE YOU
CAN TRUST.
NEW shipment
reconditioned vehicles. CARS:
Sprinter AE 110, Starlet Glanza
Turbo EP 91, Carina AT 192,
Lancer CK 2A, Cynos Sports
Coupe EL 54, Toyota Cynos
convertible. WAGONS: Corolla
AE 100 G-Touring, Mitsubishi
RVR N 23 W fully loaded.
PICK-UPS: (4x4) Toyota Hilux
LN 170, YN 100. TRUCKS:
enclosed, freezer, open-tray
Mitsubishi Canter. Used Carina
AT 170, Mark II GX 81. DEO
MARAJ AUTO SALES, 207
SHERIFF AND SIXTH
STREETS, CAMPBELLVILLE.
TEL: 226-4939. A NAME AND
SERVICE YOU CAN TRUST.
AT 212 CARINA PHH se-
ries, one owner $1 850 000;
AT 192 Carina PHH and PJJ
series $1.5M, neg.; AE 100
Sprinter $1.3M; Mitsubishi
Lancer PHH series $1.7M;
SV 40 Camry (one owner)
- $1.7M; AT 170 Corona and
Carina $800 000; AT 192
Carina (manual), one owner
- $1.3M; Toyota Ceres (PHH
series) $1.4M, neg.; B 12 Sunny
- $550 000; FB 14 Sunny $12M;
SV 30 Camry 17 chrome, mags,
PGG series, (immaculate) -
$t1 M: Tnovota Starlet T


SALESGIRL, kitchen staff.
live-in girl from country area.
Nazeema Deli 318 East St..
N/C/ Burg. 226-9654/618-
2902.
APARTMENTS flats,
houses to rent from $25
000 to US$2500 in/around
Georgetown. Prestige Realty
- 231-5304.
DRIVER must have valid
Truck Licence. Send
applications to: The Manager,
Keishar's, 5 Camp St., G/town.
ONE Arc and Acetylene
Welder. Must know grill
work. Contact: 21 Broad
Street, Charlestown. Tel:
225-2835
ONE BELLBOY. CONTACT
SLEEP-IN GUEST HOUSE. 151
CHURCH STREET,
GEORGETOWN. TEL: 231-
7667.
UNFURNISHED house
between Pearl & Timehri,
preferably Public Road, for
family of (4). Call: 629-
3918/660-4049, anytime.







Duties include cleaning,
laundry and ironing.
Must be pleasant and
trustworthy.
Call: 225-0636 (between
8.30 am to 4.30 pm Mon.
Sat. and 9 am to 5 pm
Sunday).


Turbo automatic, skirt kit, HANDYMAN/Salesman
15" mags $1.2M; AT 140 to run some errands and do
Corona -(manual) $500 general salesman on the side.
000; Toyota Celica ZR 16- Apply Guyana Variety Store,
valve, EFI, automatic, (mint 68 Robb St., Lacytown. .
condition) $1.3M; Toyota MALE and female to sell
Mark II wagon mags, AC, music, movies, computer
(manual) $975 000; KT programme. Salary and com-
147 wagon $675 000. K & mission. Apply Guyana Vari-
N Auto Sales # 227-4040/ ety Store, 68 Robb Street,
628-0796/616-7840. Lacytown.
TRUCK Drivers for Haul-
ers. Must have truck and
tractor licences, Police Clear-
CONTRACT CARS. CALL: ance and two (2) References
223-1160. needed. Tel: 226-6744 or 225-
q N :' JO--o7 NE Manager to work at
4679. Hotel & Night Club. Must have
ONE Cook to make puri & experience and a valid Police
egg balls. Contact: 226- Clearance. Contact: Hotel
6649 opposite GPHC. Purple Heart on Tel. # 225-
WE NEED business
space to rent (for restaurant). HAMIDS General Store.
Contact: Ken # 624-1800. Handyman, Billing Clerk,
Watchman, Porter. 244
LAND or old property in Regent Rd., Bourda. Tel. 225-
Georgeiown between $2M 3811/68961. Come in with
& $8M. Tel: 624-1800 application.
Ken.
TWO live-in Domestics
ONE live-in Domestic. Must between the ages of 17 and
;he matured and responsible. Tel. 20 years from the country
t327-4671 or 225-3125. areas. Also one live-in boy to
GIRLS with over 5 yrs. do Handyman work around
Factory experience to as- yard and bond. # 621-4928.
semble ladies garments. ONE Mechanic to work
Call Sharmie 225-2598. in interior. Must have expe-
1 LIVE-IN Maid 25- 30 rience with Bedfords &
yrs. from country area. Contact Perkins engines. All accom-
Ram or Silvie 52 Evan St., modations provided. Call
226-7189. 624-2659/624-2653/223-
PAYING CASH for scrap 1609.
Simn. Price- $11 500 (depends 1 ASSISTANT to Pro-
on quality). Call 612-8684/618- duction Manager, 1 -Ma-
79391641-7399. chine Operator to work
1 D E or night shift and 1 -Machine
1 DRIVER for 4 x 4 Operator to work day. Call:
vehicle. Must have 615-9752 between 13:00
experience in interior and 16:00 hrs.
driving. Apply to 279 Forshaw
Street, Q/town. DOMESTIC LIVE IN. NO
COOKING. 18 TO 21 YEARS.
REGENT STREET. TO WORK FOR FAMILY OF 2.
ISTABLISHEDCOMMERCIAL WORK PLACE BEL AIR
BUILDING. HUMPHREY PARK. TEL: MRS GOBIN, 227-
NELSON'S REALTY. TEL: 226- 3233.
8937.
FOR PURCHASE house
1 LIVE-IN Domestic in Republic Park not more
age 24 to 38 years old, from than $14M. TO RENT -
country area. Tel. 223-0742. executive house in Lamaha
1 LIVE-IN Domestic Gardens, Bel Air Park,
mnust know to cook, wash and Queenstown, Section 'K'
clean. # 231-7719 Anita. C'ville. # 266-2111/627-3606.
I Urgent. MAID to live-in (No
ONE Cot on cooking), own living
East Coast near Clonbrook. quarters, preferably from
Tel: 259-0953 after 17:00 country area, salary neg.
jhrs- Call 225-4631/225-2503.
Ask for Mr. Jeonar or check
FEMALE pure breed out 68 Robb Street,
Rottweiler (dog) to buy. Lacytown Georgetown,
Preferably 3 month 6 months opposite Salt and Pepper,
... old Call fi24-840l2225.-2503. Guyana Variety Store-....
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EXOTIC stretch limousIne
is seeking a mature Driver with
at least 10 years driving
experience. Must have a
sound secondary education
and a flexible schedule.
Salary and commission.
Guyana Variety Store, 68
Robb Street, Lacytown




Male Security
GUARDS
Between Ages 35-50 Years
Must Be Honest Arind
Have Police Cleorance


BEST

A ..ir as
2 Lamaha And Albert
Street Queeonstown
TEL; 225-4123

1 FEMALE Accounts
Clerk with CXC English,
Maths, Accounts, (2) years
working experience, able to
work independently with lim-
ited supervision. Apply to:Ala-
bama Trading, Georgetown Ferry
Stelling with written appli-
cation. # 225-5800/225-
3809.
WANTED urgently Security
Guards and Ice Plant Opera-
tors. Must have (2) recent
References, valid Police
Clearance, Identification and
NIS cards. Apply in person
to: The Manager, BM Enter-
prise Inc., GFL Wharf, Hous-
ton, East Bank Demerara.
WANTED MOST UR-
GENTLY 5 TO 10 ACRES OF
UNCULTIVATED LAND POS-
SESSED OF SEASIDE ADVAN-
TAGE FROM PARIKA TO
VREED-EN-HOOP, ALSO AT ANY
PART OF EAST BANK OF
IDEMERARA. TRANSPORT.
MUST BE FREE OF COM-
PLICATION. TELEPHONE
226-8937.


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a textbook cover drive to the
fence, and de Villiers struck
three fours in an over from
Hoggard.
Flintoff again brought
England back into contention
when he produced a superb
yorker that drifted slightly and
uprooted the off-stump of
Kallis, who made only eight.
That brought in skipper
Graeme Smith in a new position



WANTED FOR RUN-
NING OF CHINESE RES-
TAURANT CLEAN HY-
GIENIC COMMERCIAL
SECTOR AT BUSY AREA.
NOT AT A MADDENING
RENTAL HUMPHREY
NELSON'S REALTY 226-
8937 ALSO PURCHASING
WISE OFFICE BUILDING AT
DOWNTOWN GEORGETOWN
TELEPHONE HUMPHREY
NELSON'S 226-8937.


Mr. G Wynter on 333-3154/333-6628
or Mr. Clifford Stanley on 618-6538/232-0065


CHURCH View Hotel,
Main and King Streets, NA.
Tel: 333-2880. Gift Flower
and Souvenir Shop, Main &
Vryheid Streets. # 333-3927.



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 Village, W/
C/B. All Internet facilities,
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,
Corentyne 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) 3" 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
gas welding set; one 371
GM engine. Tel: 333-
3226.


TV/VCR Repairs.
Rosignol Market Stelling
Road. Telephone # 621-
2256


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
& Re public 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 lawyer.
2-STOREY prime
residential property situated
in Canefield Canie Public
Road. Price $20 million,
negotiable. Contact Tel.
.327-7164.


.of number five, and he soon
found his stride with two fours
in an over off Flintoff.
de Villiers, by contrast,
became a different player after
a square drive took him into the
90s.
He survived two
confident lbw appeals from
Harmison but played some
rash strokes, almost holing
out to mid-on attempting to
force Giles.
The wily spinner then fired
in a quicker ball that trapped the
20-year-old low on the front
pad as he tried to sweep.
After the South Africans
reached 200 with Flintoff's
eighth no-ball, the burly
Lancastrian tempted Smith
(25) to edge outside off-stump.
Two balls later and Shaun
Pollock's middle stump was
cartwheeling out of the ground
via a tentative inside edge.
Harmison suffered an injury
scare diving in the field, his knee
jarring into the turf but after a
few cautious flexes he appeared
to be satisfied that there was no


serious injury.
Jones was brought back
ahead of the-new-ball,_but
proved far more than a fill-in,
prompting Mark Boucher
(25) to edge to Trescothick,
who had taken the captaincy
while Vaughan was briefly off
the field.
And Graham Thorpe was
perfectly placed just off the cut
strip at short mid-off to pouch
a mis-timed drive by Nicky
Boje, who made nine.
Makhaya Ntini, struck on
the visor early in his innings,
top-edged Jones and Hoggard
took a tumbling catch from mid-
on.
The Welshman thought he
had wrapped up the innings
when Andrew Hail was caught
at fine-leg by Harmison, but
umpire Dar declared the 19th
no-ball of the day.
And with lightning
flashing dramatically under
slate grey skies moving ever
closer, the umpires decided to
abandon play for the day.
(BBC Sport).


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make," Waugh wrote.
"From as far back as Wes Hall and then the great era of
fast bowlers in the 1980s and '90s, the West Indies have
traditionally had three or four genuine quicks in their armoury.
Roberts, Marshall, Holding, Garner, Ambrose, Walsh, Croft,
Benjamin and Bishop, to name a few, have terrorised batsmen
all over the world in the past 30 years."
He added: "Now I look at this team's list and I see
(Mervyn) Dillon, (lan)Bradshaw, (Pedro) Collins(Dwayne)
Bravo. Only Dillon is capable of regularly getting up over the
130 kmh mark, and then only just.
Their team is full of medium pacers and in desperate
need of an injection of pace, although their attack did well
on Friday."
Waugh, an elegant right-hander in his time, was one of
Australia's most prolific batsmen in the contemporary era. He
scored 8 029 runs at an average of 41.81 while compiling 20
centuries and in the One-Day form of the game, he amassed 8
500 runs at 39.35, including 17 centuries.
He pointed out that if the West Indies had genuine fast
bowlers at the moment who were not in the side, they
needed to be included.
"Well, let's see them, because the West Indies are rolling
out a bowling attack resembling a steady first-class outfit,"
Waugh said.
Waugh, who has scored two of his four centuries against
the West Indies in the Caribbean, queried whether the slow
nature of the pitches in the region was at the basis of the
Windies fast bowling woes.
"Maybe the conditions curators produce in the West Indies
have been the biggest cause in the decline of their fast bowlers,"
Waugh wrote.
"The wickets at first-class and Test venues in the West
Indies are some of the slowest and lowest in world cricket."
He added: "If this situation doesn't change shortly the
West Indies will remain a middle-of-the-road team at best
.in Test and one-day.cricket, a tragic,shadow of those.once-
great teams. digti -oi i .A gA11 A 1:o, _di dto u10 )d


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INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK
BASIC EDUCATION ACCESS AND MANAGEMENT SUPPORT (BEAMS) PROGRAMME
CONSTRUCTION OF THE BARTICA SECONDARY SCHOOL
Date of the Invitation: 12"Jan2005
Loan Contract No.: 1107/SF-GY
Invitation for Bids No.: B3.1W.012
1. The Government of Guyana has received financing from the Inter-American Development Bank
towards the cost of the Basic Education Access Management Support (BEAMS) Programme
Phase 1. It is intended that part of the proceeds of this financing will be applied to eligible payments
underthe Contractfor the Construction ofthe Bartica Secondary School.
2. The Government of Guyana acting through the Ministry of Education, now invites sealed bids from
interested Contractors for the Construction of the Bartica Secondary School.
3. Interested Contractors may obtain further information, including eligibility to participate and may
inspect and purchase the Bidding Documents at the address below, as from 31" January 2005 to
18" February 2005. Bid Documents may be purchased by written communication or by applying in
person between 09:30 and 15:00 hours, Monday to Friday, except on public holidays to the office of
the:
Project Manager
Basic EducationAccess Management Support (BEAMS) Programme
Project Implementation Unit
109 BelAir Park
Georgetown
Guyana
Tel. # (592) 226 4401
4. The cost for one set of Bid Documents for the project shall be a non-reimbursable amount of
US$140.00 or G$28,000.00 in the form of a Bank Draft made payable to the "Project Manager,
BEAMS Programme".
5. This Invitation to Bid calls for the Post-Qualification of Contractors. Once the Bids have been
evaluated based on price then Post-Qualification would follow. As such bids must be submitted
using the two-envelope procedure. Both the inner and outer envelopes must be marked at the top
right hand comer Construction of the Bartica Secondary School
The inner envelope will contain the completed Post Qualification Questionnaire with all the
requisite documents. The outer envelope will contain the inner sealed envelope and the priced Bid
Document. The outer envelope should be sealed and addressed to:
Chairman
National Board of Procurement and TenderAdministration
(formally Central Tender Board)
Ministry of Finance Building
Main & Urquhart Streets
Georgetown, Guyana
Bids must be placed in the Tender Box of the National Board of Procurement and Tender
Administration at the address mentioned above before 09:00 on Tuesday, 1st March 2005. It will
not be necessary to submit bids in person since they may be sent by mail. However, the Employer
is not responsible for bids not received thereof after the time and date specified for receipt of bids.
Late bids will be rejected and returned unopened. However, it is advisable that these bids be sent
early to avoid transportation delays.
6. Valid Guyana Revenue Authority and National Insurance Scheme Certificates of Compliance must
accompany bids for firms registered in Guyana. All other requisite documentation must be
submitted along with the bid.
7. Bids will be opened at a public ceremony, in the presence of those Bidders or their.representatives
who choose to attend immediately after 09:00 hours on Tuesday, 1" March 2005 in the
Boardroom of the National Board of Procurement and Tender Administration, Ministry of Finance,
Main & Urquhart Streets, Georgetown, Guyana.
8. Only the outer envelope containing the Bid Price will be opened at this time. The inner envelope
containing the Post-Qualification Document will remain unopened until the Bid Evaluation
Committee decides the ranking of the lowest evaluated bids. At that time the Post Qualification
Document corresponding to the lowest evaluated bid shall be opened in the presence of the
respective Bidder at the National Board of Procurement and Tender-Administration. During Post-
Qualification the first Bidder to post qualify, from the lowest evaluated upwards, will be
recommended for the award of the Contract.

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either an Invalidity or a Disablement Pensioner and who is
dependant on custodial care for carrying out his1her daily
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AND PAYMENT OF LOCAL
CONSUMPTION TAX
Registered Manufacturers of chargeable goods under the Consumption Tax Act,
Chapter 80:02 are required to submit monthly Consumption Tax Returns in
quadruplicate (whether sales have taken place or not) on the prescribed Form 3
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 paio
on or before Tuesday 15th February, 2005.
Manufacturers are reminded that failure to submit Consumption Tax Returns arid
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 ttIe
return and payment are not submitted and paid according to the provisions of tthe
Consumption Tax Act, Chapter 80:02

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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.
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SOMNE of the rebel players who turned their backs on Zim-
bab'we cricket last year have begun discussions with a iem
to returning to the fold.
The Duly Telegraph reports that se'.en of the rebel gioup
met Zimbabwe Cncket repreentante, in Harare.
They are set to resume playing league cricket while effort
conunue to meet their concerns about the way the game is run
and selection pohcN.
The group includes former national team captain Heath
Streak.
The other players mnvolked m talks were Stuart Carhlile.
Tretor Gripper, Craig Wishart Ray Price, Andy Blignaut and
Neil Ferreira.
It was Streak's sacking, and replacement by Tatenda
Taibu, last April which sparked the dispute involving 15
white players.
Their action led to Zimbabwe losing Test status for the resi
of the year and the country's crincket board being invesugated
by the International Cricket Council following allegations of rac-
ism.
The claims were found to be unproven by two judges, .who
had to rely on written submissions after an inquiry heanng was
scrapped because of a procedural dispute.
News of the move towards reconciliation comes ironically
just two days after Zimbabwe won their first match under
Tajbu's captaincy, beating Bangladesh in a one-day international
in Dbaka.
It followed a 1-0 defeat in the Test series, which was
their ru-st for eight months. (BBC Sport)


G4GA UYANA REVENUE AUTHORITY

NOTICE

TAX PRACTICE CERTIFICATE FOR
PROFESSIONALS IN PRIVATE PRACTICE
Professionals listed below, who practise their profession privately for reward are
required by Law, Section 39 of the Tax Act, Chapter 80:01, to obtain their Tax Practice
Certificate in order to practise their profession in Guyana.


Accountants
Architects
Auditors
Dentists
Engineers
Legal Practitioners


* Medical Practitioners
* Optometrists
* Pharmacists
* Physiotherapists
* Surveyors
* Veterinary Surgeons


The Tax Practice Certificate is valid for a period of one (1) calendar year. The fee, which
is due on 1st January, 2005, must be paid on or before Monday February 28, 2005.
Professionals are required to apply to the Commissioner Internal Revenue for the
Certificate and are advised that in addition to paying the prescribed fee they must:
* Submit all tax returns due to the date of application for the certificate.
* Pay all relevant taxes due and payable.


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The Caribbean Community Secretariat, in seeking to position
itself to becoming more responsive to the many challenges
facing the Community, recognizes the need to become more
effective and efficient. Among the initiatives designed to
achieve this is the conduct of an HR Audit and Assessment of
Workforce Requirement for the CARICOM Secretariat.

In this regard, proposals are invited from suitably qualified
nationals of Member States and Associate Member States of
the Caribbean Community who are desirous of providing
professional services for the conduct of this Audit and
Assessment.

F !! details including r copy 'f the Terms of Reference for this
assignment can be found at the CARICOM Secretariat's
website at http./.'w w ,aricom.ol .1

Proposals must be submitted in hardcopy on or before the
deadline of 5 pm, Thursday, February 3, 2005.
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Contractors are invited to be Pre-qualified for works to be undertaken by the
Regional Administration, Region No 3.
Areas of works to be undertaken are as follows:
. A. Construction and Rehabilitation of Buildings
B. Construction and Rehabilitation of Roads
C. Drainage and Irrigation Works
D. -Termite Treatment
E. School Furniture
F. Bridges and Fences
G. Grading of Dams
Contractors are required to submit at the time of tendering:
1. A valid Certificate of Compliance from the Guyana Revenue
Authority. It must be noted that where a Tender is submitted in the
name of a Company/Firm the.Certificate must reflect the name of the
Company/Firm and not the owners.
2 A valid certificate of Compliance from the General Manager, National-
Insurance Scheme.
S3 Evidence of Financial Resources from Banking Institutions available
to undertake works.
4. List of manpower/resource.
5. Record of past performance of works completed
6. List of machinery/equipment.
Pre-qualification must be submitted in a sealed envelope beariig- no identity'
of the Contractor and should clearly indicate on the top, lefthatd corner.the
areas of works to be undertaken.
Pre-qualification should be addressed to:
Chairman
Regional Tender board
Region No. 3
Vreed-en-Hoop
West Coast Demerara
and deposited in the Tender Box at the Regional Administration Office,
Vreed-en-Hoop, West Coast Demerara no later than February15, 2005 at
9:30 hrs.
Contractors or their representatives must be present at the opening of Pre-
qualification.
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Regional Executive Officer
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ndrew Flintoff picked up his line, only occasionally able luck when de Villiers on 34 an excellent catch running
iur wickets as England hit to produce the sort of sliced him to Andrew Strauss backwards as the ball fell out o
ack to restrict South Africa unplayable deliveries that took at gully, who could not hold bright sunshine.
S247-9 at stumps on day two him to world number one last on to the low chance. Master batsman Jacques
f the fifth and final Test at year. The interval revived Kallis got off the mark with
enturion yesterday. Flintoff, rumoured to be England and Hoggard tempted
After no play on the first heading home for surgery Rudolph into a hook, which (Please see page 26)
ay, England chose to field on a after this match, entered the
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bowl in the right areas.
AB de Villiers profited and
hit 15 fours in search of his
maiden century before falling
lbw eight runs short.
Flintoff took two wickets
in an over for figures of 4-44,
with Simon Jones (3-47)
providing good support.
It was a remarkable
turnaround after the England
attack produced a lacklustre
display in the extended morning
session, which South Africa
ended on 108-1.
Herschelle Gibbs was given
a life on eight when Marcus
Trescothick spilled a low edge
at slip off Steve Harmison.
The Durham paceman lost


attack aa struck uid ins a
over as Gibbs edged to keeper
Geraint Jones.
After his wicket maiden he
was taken off as Michael
.Vaughan opted for Matthew
Hoggard to the left-handed
Rudolph.
Whilst de Villiers played a
series of expansive shots on
both sides of the wicket,
Rudolph looked in difficulty
from the outset, surviving a
spate of injudicious shots.
Trying for a quick single,
Rudolph was yards out of his
ground when Flintoff's throw
went past the stumps, but de
Villiers restored calm and
recorded the fifty partnership
from 95 balls.


JACQUES Kallis is yorked superbly by the irrepressible
Andrew Flintoff.


SOUTH AFRICA first Innings M.Ntlnl c Hoggard b S.Jones 64
A.de Villiers Ibw b Giles 92 A.Nel not out I -
H.Glbbs c G.Jones b Flintoff 14 Extras: (b-1, nb-19, w-3) 23
J.Rudolph c Key b Hoggard 33 Total: (for nine wickets,
J.KaHs b FRintoff 8 75.1 overs) 24T
G.Smith c Trescothick b FlIntoff 25 Fall of wickets: 1-27, 2-115, 3-144, 4-
M.Boucher c Trescothick 187,5-200,6-200.7-222, 8-237, 9245.-
b S.Jones 25 Bowling (to dale) Hoggad 18.464-1i-
.Pollock b Flintoff 0 (nb-6), Harmlson 17-2-79-0 (w-2),
N.Boje c Thorpe b S.Jones 9 Fintoff 19644-4 (nb, w-1), SJonsW
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